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****** Page 1 ****** Berkshire 800 Thank you for choosing a Berkshire 800 telephone. You have selected a carefully designed telephone that incorporates the very latest technology, offering a stylish instrument and providing many years of excellent service. This booklet will ensure you obtain the best use of your telephone. User Guide

****** Page 2 ****** Preparing to use the Berkshire 800 INITIAL CHECK Our telephones are checked, tested and leave us in perfect condition. If yours is damaged, please return it to your supplier with proof of purchase, for a replacement. TELEPHONE NUMBER LABELS The telephone incorporates a label underneath the handset for recording frequently used telephone numbers and on the faceplate for recording the numbers stored in the 10 non volatile memory locations, one of the many features of this telephone available to you. To remove the plastic covers, operate the release clips and hinge the plastic covers upward. CONNECTION The Berkshire 800 telephone can be connected either to a Direct Exchange Line, or as an extension to a compatible Company exchange (PABX). HANDSET CORD This cord will require connection between the telephone and the handset. Take ANY end of the handset cord and locate the port marked “HANDSET” on the left hand side of the Berkshire 800 and simply push to locate. Connect the other end to the base of the handset to complete. LINECORD The Berkshire 800 is supplied with 2 line cords, for customer selection. Select your required linecord, (The standard BS6312 BT socket, or the RJ45, category 5 installation socket), The rear of the telephone has a port marked “LINE”. Plug your selected linecord into this port first and then the other end to your telephone line termination point. An RJII linecord is available as an option, ask your supplier for details. For certain non-UK customers, the RJII linecord may be included as standard. DESK BRACKET The Berkshire 800 comes with a desk bracket to angle the telephone, should you require it. The bracket snap fits to the underside of the Berkshire 800. MODEM POINT The Berkshire 800 comes with 2 modem ports, (The BT BS6312 port and the RJII port). The ports are typically used to connect PC’s / Laptops with integral modems or as points of connection for additional telephones. PROGRAMMING PORT The Berkshire 800 has an unidentified port, at the rear of the telephone. Programming of this port is limited to technicians trained in its use. HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY For hearing aid users, an inductive coupler has been installed in the handset of the Berkshire 800, to improve audible efficiency. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) The Berkshire 800 features a Liquid Crystal Display. PLUGTOP PSU A Plugtop PSU is provided to power the Berkshire 800. WARNING:Without the Plugtop PSU connected, the telephone will NOT ring, but it will be possible to make calls using the handset. WALL MOUNTING KIT A wall mounting kit for the Berkshire 800 is available as an option. Please contact your supplier for further details. Setting up the Telephone INITIAL START UP Turn on the plug top power supply. The LCD will display the following: FLASHING oo oo HR . MIN DAY 1 MONTH NO CALL FLASHING 01 101 “CALLS” LOG IS EMPTY (SEE SECTION 5.0) Lift the handset. Dial tone will be heard and the LCD will display the following: FLASHING HR MIN DAY 1 MONTH FLASHING 01 101 TELEPHONE IN HANDSET MOOE HANDSET MOOE Replace the handset.

****** Page 3 ****** SETTING TIME AND DATE If CLI is provided on the line that the Berkshire 800 is connected to, the time and date may be set by calling the telephone from an alternative line, or waiting for a call to be received. ALTERNATIVELY:With the Berkshire 800 “On- Hook”, press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display the following: SET MEMORY Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until “SET TIME / DATE” is displayed on the LCD. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display DISPLAY CONTRAST Whether mounting the Berkshire 800 on a wall or simply sitting the telephone on a desk, it may be necessary to adjust the contrast on the LCD. With the telephone “On-hook” Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display the following: SET MEMORY Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until “DISPLAY CONTRAST’ is shown on the LCD display. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The current setting of the display contrast will flash on the LCD display. the following: THE HOURS “00” WILL FLASH HR. MIN DAY/ MONTH SET TIME/DATE (The Factory Default is “4”). 4 DISPLAY CONTRAST SHOWN FLASHING The “HOURS” digits will be shown flashing. Use either the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to increment (decrement) the “Hour” digits (24 hour clock), or else use the keypad to directly enter the current hour. Once the “hour” has been set, press the (4) key. The “Minutes” digits will then flash. Set the “Minutes” in the same manner, followed by the “Day” (01-31) and “Month” (01-12). Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the Time and Date, or at ANY TIME press the “CANCEL” key or wait till the telephone “TIMES OUT” (Approx 10 Seconds See Section 12.5) to retain the previous settings. The LCD will display the following: (Time and Date set, (For this example): 3.30pm, 15th August) 15 30 15 / 08 NO CALL Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required setting (1—8) is obtained. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the setting. If the MENU/ENTER key is pressed the screen returns to its “On-hook” state. Making a Cal/ USING THE KEYPAD The required number may be pre-constructed, using the keypad and then dialled by lifting the handset or pressing the “HEADSET/DIAL” key, to make the call using the headset (if one is connected) or handsfree modes. To use the telephone in headset mode, ensure that a compatible headset is connected to the “HEADSET’ socket, situated on the left hand side of the Berkshire 800 telephone. The required number may also be dialled after lifting the handset or pressing the “HEADSET/DIAL” key.

****** Page 4 ****** Once the call has been established, the display will appear as shown in the following example: HR : MIN DAY / MONTH oo – 02 – 36 02920500700 The number will self-dial in headset or handsfree mode and the LCD will display the number called and the call duration time. HR : MIN CALL DURATION TIME NUMBER DIALED DAY / MONTH 00-01 -10 123 CALL DURATION TIME NUMBER DIALED Making external calls from a Company exchange (PABX) may require the number to be pre-fixed by an access digit, normally a “9” After a pre-defined period called the “CALL TIMER START’ (See Section 12.6), the “CALL DURATION TIME” is displayed (HR MIN – SEC) and then increments’ until the call is terminated. To terminate the call, replace the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key if the telephone is in headset or handsfree mode. USING THE ONE TOUCH MEMORY To set up the ONE TOUCH MEMORY, (See Section 8.1). Press the required “MEMORY LOCATION” key (MI To continue the call in handset mode simply lift the handset. The one touch memory may also be dialled after lifting the handset or selecting the headset or handsfree mode. USING THE DIRECTORY The directory is where a personal telephone, (Number / Name) directory is stored. For setting up this directory, (See Section 9.0). Press the “DIRECTORY” key. The LCD will display the 1st entry in the directory (i.e. Directory Location 01 ).ln this example the number “02920500700” and Name “ATL TELECOM” has previously been stored in Directory Location 01. NUMBER & NAME MIN DAY/MONTH 01 PREVIOUSLY STORED IN 02920500700 DIRECTORY ATL TELECOM LOCATION 01 DIRECTORY LOCATION 01 CANCEL CD MENU ENTER CD VOLUME Mg MIO FOLLOW ON Either scroll through the directory using the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key for the required number, or use the keypad to search the directory for a stored name, e.g. pressing key “5” once will bring up the first name stored, beginning with the letter DIRECTORY 4th ENTRY DIRECTORY 04 INFORMATION HR: MIN DAY/MONTH 04 02920500701 JOHN SMITH If the memory location contains previously stored information, the LCD displays the stored information as shown in the following example: MEMORY 02 MEMORY 02 INFORMATION HR:MIN DAY/ MONTH 02 123 CLOCK Pick up the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The number will self dial in the selected mode of operation. Replace the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL key” to terminate the call.

****** Page 5 ****** USING THE CALLS MEMORY The CALLS memory, logs the calling numbers. (See Section 10.0 “Calls List”). This feature is useful to return calls without having to dial the number. NOTE: If the “CALLS” log is empty i.e. the LCD displays “NO CALL” this feature will not be available. Press the “CALLS” key. The LCD will display the last caller information i.e. the number, (And name if previously stored in the telephone’s Directory or one touch memories), the time and date of the call and whether or not the call was answered. INITIA CALL ANSWERED HR: MIN DAY/ MONTH 01 02920790152 CALLER INFORMATIO CALL INDICATOR 1st ENTRY IN THE CALLS LOG When the caller has terminated the current call, press the “FOLLOW ON” key to obtain dial tone. Receiving a Call This section assumes that you have subscribed to Call Line Identification (CLI). If not then the calling number will NOT be displayed on the telephone LCD. When a call is received, the Ringer sounds and the LED situated at the top right hand corner of the telephone flashes. The telephones’ memories are searched to check if the calling number is a match. If so the LCD will display both the name and number. If the call is a “New Call” or a “Repeat Call” this information together with the “Call Number” is displayed in the top right hand corner of the LCD. REPEAT CALL INDICATOR To return a call to the displayed number, simply lift the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key and the number will self dial or scroll through the CALLS numbers using the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required number is displayed e.g. ONLY PROVIDED IF THE NUMBER CALLING & ASSOCIATED NAME HAVE PREVIOUSLY BEEN STORED IN THE TELEPHONES’ ME-IVORIES NEW CALL X HR MIN MONTH 01 REP 02920500700 ATL TELECOM REPEAT CALL INDICATOR NEW CAI I INDICATOR 1st CALL IN LOG ENTRY INITIAL CALL NOT ANSWERED (NO LIFTED HANDSET SYMBOL) CALL TIME ANO OATE OF THE ‘LATEST” CALL FROM THAT NUMBER If the caller withholds the number, the LCD will display the following “WITHHELD” screen: HR : MIN DAY/MONTH 02 0292050070 CALLER ATL TELECOM INFORMATION REPEAT CALL INDICATOR 2nd ENTRY N CALLS LOG HR MIN NEW CALL NEW I INDICATOR DAY / MONTH 04 WITHELD Then lift the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The number will self dial. Replace the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key to terminate the call MAKING A FOLLOW ON CALL This feature enables follow on calls to be made without having to return the handset first to the on- hook position and then to the “Off-Hook” position to regain dial tone, if using the handset, or having to press the “HEADSET / DIAL” key if operating the telephone in the headset or handsfree mode. If the caller ends the call before it has been answered, the LED will continue to flash, (Until the “CALLS” key is pressed), and the LCD will display ” “X” NEW CALLS”. “X” being the number of “New calls. If the call is answered, the “Lifted Handset” symbol is displayed in the top left hand corner:

****** Page 6 ****** CALL ANSWERED NAME ONLY PROVIDED IF THE C NUMBER CAL ING & HR . MIN DAY ‘MONTH ASSOCIATED NAME HAVE PREVIOUSLY 02920790152 BEEN STOREO IN THE TELEPHONES’ MEMORIES 27 NEW CALL INDICACTOR 27th ENTRY IN CALLS LOG REPEAT CALL INDICATOR Call Waiting CLI When off hook the Berkshire 800 allows you to receive a second call. Normally the caller receives the “ENGAGED” tone and must re-dial. With your Berkshire 800, the LCD will display that you have a new call and you have the option of interrupting the initial call to take the new call and then return to the initial call. When a new call arrives, a tone will be heard, the LCD will display the “CALL WAITING” symbol “CW” Alternating between Handset, Headset & Handsfree If a headset is plugged into the telephone, the “HANDSFREE” operation will NOT be available. HANDSET TO HEADSET If the HEADSET facility is required, a compatible headset must be plugged into the “HEADSET” socket on the left hand side of the telephone. If you have taken a call on the handset and wish to transfer it to the headset: Press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The LED on the “HEADSET DIAL” key will flash and “REPLACE HANDSET” will be displayed. Replace the handset. The LED on the “HEADSET/ DIAL” key will stop flashing and the call will be transferred to the headset. The LCD will display the and the caller information. INITIAL CALL ANSWERED HR MIN DAY/MONTH CALL WAITING 02920790152 CALLER INFORMATION 06 CALL INDICATOR 6th ENTRY IN CALLS LOG following: HR MIN DAY / MONTH 00-01 -15 HEADSET MODE CALL DURATION TELEPHONE NOW IN HEADSET MODE To take the new call, (Whilst NOT disconnecting with the first call) press the “TRANSFER” key. The LCD will display the “TRANSFER” symbol “R” and the call will be transferred to the new caller: HR. MIN DAY / MONTH 00 -00 -03 CALL TIME SINGLE PRESS OF THE TRANSFER KEY The caller information on the LCD will be replaced by the call time duration. HANDSET TO HANDSFREE If a headset is plugged into the telephone, the “HANDSFREE” operation will NOT be available. If you have taken a call on the handset and wish to transfer it to handsfree: Press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The LED on the “HEADSET/DIAL” key will flash and the display will display “REPLACE HANDSET”. Replace the handset. The LED on the “HEADSET/ DIAL” key will stop flashing and call will be transferred to the handsfree feature of the Berkshire 800. The LCD will display the following: Press the “TRANSFER” key a second time to return to the initial caller. Continue pressing the “TRANSFER” key to toggle between the two callers. To end one of the calls, just hang up on that caller and the telephone will ring you back to connect you with the remaining caller.

****** Page 7 ****** HR : MIN DAY / MONTH 00-01 -18 HANDSFREE MODE CALL DURATION TELEPHONE NOW IN HANDSFREE MODE The caller information on the LCD will be replaced by the call time duration. HANDSFREE TO HANDSET If a headset is plugged into the telephone, the “HANDSFREE” operation will NOT be available. If you have taken a call using the handsfree feature of the Berkshire 800 and wish to transfer it to the handset: Simply lift the handset. The LED on the “HEADSET/ DIAL” key will go off and the call will be transferred to the handset. The LCD will display the following: HR MIN DAY / MONTH 00-01 -18 HANDSET MODE CALL DURATION TELEPHONE NOW IN HANDSET MODE The caller information on the LCD will be replaced by the call time duration. Mute, Redial & Transfer MUTE The microphone in the Berkshire 800 telephone handset or headset can be muted, in order for you to refer to a colleague without the caller hearing the conversation. Press the “MUTE” key at any time during the call. The LED in the “MUTE” key will light and the LCD will display “MUTE”. Pressing the “MUTE” key a second time cancels the mute. The LED is turned off and the LCD will display “CANCEL MUTE”. REDIAL The Berkshire 800 can save in memory, the last 5 manually dialled numbers. To use the redial function, press the “REDIAL” key. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) keys to select one of the last 5 numbers dialled. Then press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key or lift the handset to dial the selected number. TRANSFER The Berkshire 800 telephone is provided with a “TRANSFER” (Recall) key, required by modern PABX’s in order to transfer a call. For this the telephone must be set to either “Time Break Recall” Leg Recall” (ELR), (See Section 12.1) to suit your system requirements. Press the “TRANSFER” key followed by the required extension number. When the extension answers, simply replace the handset or press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The call will then be transferred. If the extension fails to answer, simply press the “TRANSFER” key a second time and you will be reconnected to the caller. One Touch Memory The Berkshire 800 comes with 10 non-volatile memories, for efficient speed dialling. Please note that a press of the “CANCEL” key at anytime will return the screen to its “On-hook” state. The telephone has a “Memory Lock” (See Section 8.4), to protect against accidental editing or erasing of previous entries. The Memory Lock must be set to “OFF” (default) and the telephone must be “On- hook” in order to access the following features: SET MEMORY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display the following: SET MEMORY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. If the Memory Lock is “OFF” the LCD will display the following:

****** Page 8 ****** FLASHING CURSOR 04 MEMORY LOCATION KEY PRESSED MEMORY 01 – 10? Press the required memory location, (e.g. 04). The LCD will display the following: SET MEMORY 04 Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display temporarily displays “ENTER NEW NUMBER”, and then displays the “Entry” screen, as shown below. Key in the Name using the keypad (e.g. two presses of the “2” key will produce a Press the LEFT (3) or RIGHT (4) key to move to the left or right respectively. Press and hold the (3) key to delete the current character. Press and hold the (4) key to delete all characters on the display. Use the STAR key to move the cursor to the left. Use the HASH (#) key to move the cursor to the right. Use the ZERO (0) key to enter a space. 04 ATL TELECOM’ MEMORY LOCATION KEY PRESSED FLASHING CURSOR FLASHING CURSOR 04 MEMORY LOCATION KEY PRESSED Key in the required number (e.g. 02920500700). It should be noted that an access digit (normally “9”) is NOT required, as the Berkshire 800 will automatically dial this digit for you. Unless the feature has been disabled (See Section 13.2). If an access digit is programmed in the memory, then it will NOT be possible to match an incoming CLI number and display the name of the caller. 04 02920500700 MEMORY LOCATION KEY PRESSED FLASHING CURSOR Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the Name. If the “MENU / ENTER” key is pressed the screen will return to its “On-hook” state. EDIT MEMORY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “SET MEMORY”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the displays until “EDIT MEMORY” is displayed. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. If the Memory Lock is “OFF” the LCD will display “MEMORY 01 -10”. Press the required memory location, (e.g. 04). The LCD will display the information stored under that Memory key. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display shows the number stored under the memory key. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the number. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen prompts, “ENTER NEW NAME” which is to be associated with the number entered, followed by the “Entry” screen. 02920500700 MEMORY 04 LOCATION KEY PRESSED FLASHING CURSOR

****** Page 9 ****** Use the LEFT (3) or RIGHT (4) key to move the cursor to the left or right respectively. EDIT the number using the keypad as required. Press and hold the (3) key to delete the current character. Press and hold the (4) key to delete all characters on the display. Use the STAR key to move the cursor to the left. Use the HASH (#) key to move the cursor to the right. Use the ZERO (0) key to enter a space. Press the “MENU/ENTER” number. If the “MENU/ENTER” key displays the Name stored. 04 ATL TELECOM’ key to confirm the is pressed the screen MEMORY LOCATION KEY PRESSED FLASHING CURSOR Use the LEFT (3) or RIGHT (4) key to move the cursor to the left or right respectively. EDIT the Name using the keypad as required. Press and hold the (3) key to delete the current character. Press and hold the (4) key to delete all characters on the display. Use the STAR key to move the cursor to the left. Use the HASH (#) key to move the cursor to the right. Use the ZERO (0) key to enter a space. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the Name. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen will return to its “On-hook” state. DELETE MEMORY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “SET MEMORY”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the displays until “DELETE MEMORY” is displayed. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. If the Memory Lock is “ON” the display will show “MEMORY LOCK ON” and you will be unable to continue until the Memory Lock is set to “OFF” (See Section 8.4). If the Memory Lock is “OFF” the LCD will display “MEMORY 01 – 10”. Press the required memory location, (e.g. 05). The LCD will display the following: MEMORY 05 Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “ARE YOU SURE ARE YOU SURE ? Press the “MENU / ENTER” key to confirm the delete. Pressing the “MENU / ENTER” key now will over-write the previous setting. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen will return to its “On-hook” state. MEMORY LOCK Initiating “MEMORY LOCK will lock all 10 memory locations, disabling the SET, EDIT and DELETE functions. To turn the memory lock OFF or ON: Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “SET MEMORY”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the displays until “ADVANCED” is displayed. ADVANCED Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. The display will show either “MEMORY LOCK OFF” or “MEMORY LOCK ON”. MEMORY LOCK OFF Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. The “OFF” will flash.

****** Page 10 ****** key. The LCD displays MEMORY LOCK OFF OFF FLASHES Press the “MENU/ENTER” “ADD ENTRY”. ADD ENTRY Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to toggle between “OFF” and “ON”. MEMORY LOCK ON Press the “MENU/ENTER” memory lock requirement. DIRECTORY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. If the Directory Lock is “OFF” the LCD will flash “ENTER NEW NUMBER” and then display the next available entry location. ON FLASHES key to confirm the FLASHING CURSOR 01 NEXT AVAILABLE ENTRY LOCATION The Berkshire 800 directory can store up to 100 entries, organised by name (See Section 3.3). The telephone has a “Directory Lock” (See Section 9.4), to protect against accidental editing or erasing of previous entries. The Directory Lock must be set to “OFF” and the telephone must be “On-hook” in order to access the following features: ADD ENTRY It is also possible to add entries to the directory, from the calls list (See Section 10.1). With the telephone “On-hook”, press the “DIRECTORY” key. If there are no entries in the Directory, the LCD will display the following: HR MIN DAY / MONTH MEMORY IS EMPTY If there are entries in the directory, the screen will default to the first (Alpha) name in the directory, Key in the required number (e.g. 02920500700). You do NOT need to program an access digit (normally as the Berkshire 800 will automatically dial this for you. Unless the feature is disabled, (See Section 13.2). 02920500700 4] 01 DIRECTORY LOCATION FLASHING CURSOR Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the number. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen prompts, “ENTER NEW NAME”, followed by the “Entry” screen. 01 DIRECTORY LOCATION HR: MIN DAY/MONTH 01 NUMBER & NAME DIRECTORY LOCATION 01 STORED IN DIRECTORY LOCATION 01 02920500700 ATL TELECOM FLASHING CURSOR Enter the Name using the keypad (e.g. for “ATL” press the keys 2#8#555). Press the LEFT (3) or RIGHT (4) key to move to the left or right respectively. Press and hold the (3) key to delete the current character. Press and hold the (4) key to delete all characters on the display. Use the STAR “*” key to move the cursor to the left. Use

****** Page 11 ****** the HASH (#) key to move the cursor to the right. Use the ZERO (0) key to enter a space. 01 ATL TELECOMO DIRECTORY LOCATION FLASHING CURSOR Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the Name. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen will EDIT ENTRY Press the “MENU / ENTER”. 03 123 Edit the number as required. DIRECTORY LOCATION FLASHING CURSOR return to its “On-hook” state: HR MIN DAY/ MONTH X CALLS EDIT ENTRY “X NEW CALLS” IF NEW & NOT VIEWED CALLS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED OR ” NO CALL” IF THE CALLS LOG IS EMPTY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the number. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen displays the Name associated with the directory With the telephone “On-hook”, press the “DIRECTORY” key. If there are entries in the directory, the screen will default to the first (Alpha) name in the directory, e.g.: location. DIRECTORY NAME CLOCK INORMATION 03 DIRECTORY LOCATION NUMBER & NAME STORED IN DIRECTORY LOCATION 01 MIN DAY/MONTH 01 02920500700 ATL TELECOM DIRECTORY LOCATION 01 Either, use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the Directory entries until the required entry is displayed or use the keypad to locate the relevant area of the directory. E.g. pressing the “2” key three times will bring up the first entry beginning with “C” etc. DIRECTORY 03 INFORMATION HR : MIN 123 CLOCK DAY MONTH 03 3rd DIRECTORY ENTRY Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “ADD ENTRY”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through displays until “EDIT ENTRY” is displayed. Edit the Name using the keypad (e.g. two presses of the “2” key will produce a “B”). Press the LEFT (3) or RIGHT (4) key to move to the left or right respectively. Press and hold the (3) key to delete the current character. Press and hold the (4) key to delete all characters on the display. Use the STAR key to move the cursor to the left. Use the HASH (#) key to move the cursor to the right. Use the ZERO (0) key to enter a space. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the Name. If the “MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the screen will return to its “On-hook” state. DELETE ENTRY With the telephone “On-hook”, press the “DIRECTORY” key. If there are entries in the directory, the screen will default to the first (Alpha) name in the directory. Either, use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the Directory entries until the required entry is displayed, or use the keypad to locate the relevant

****** Page 12 ****** area of the directory, (e.g. pressing the “5” key will bring up the first entry beginning with “J”). Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to toggle between HR MIN DAY/ MONTH 05 02920212068 JOHN SMITH DIRECTORY ENTRY 05 “OFF” and “ON”. DIR LOCK ON Press the “MENU/ENTER” directory lock requirement. Calls List ON FLASHES key to confirm the Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “ADD ENTRY”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through displays until “DELETE ENTRY” is displayed. Press the “MENU/ENTER” show “ARE YOU SURE Press the “MENU/ENTER” delete. DIRECTORY LOCK key. The display will key to confirm the The initiation of “DIRECTORY LOCK” will all future ENTRIES, EDITS or DELETES telephones Directory. To turn the Directory Lock OFF / ON: disable to the Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD displays “SET MEMORY”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the displays until “ADVANCED” is displayed. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. The LCD displays “MEMORY LOCK ON / OFF”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to scroll through the displays until “DIR LOCK ON / OFF” is displayed. If the Directory Lock is “OFF” the LCD will display the following: DIR LOCK OFF Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. The “OFF” will Information in the calls list can be subsequently stored in the Berkshire 800 directory. This is a particularly useful feature as the first time a call is received; only the number, time and date of the call will be displayed on the LCD. By entering the number into the directory (See Section 9.1) and then editing the Directory to add the name associated with the number, (See Section 9.2), the next time this call is received, the “Name” will also be displayed. The number may also be stored in one of the telephones 10 non-volatile memory locations, (See Section 8.1 or simply used to return the call. USING CALLS TO ENTER CALLER INFORMATION INTO THE DIRECTORY With the Berkshire 800 “On-hook”, press the “CALLS” key. The LCD will display the following: IF THE CALL IS A ‘REPEAT CALL” IT IS THE TIME & DATE OF THE LATEST CALL TIME & DATE OF THE CALL CALLER NUMBER NAME OF THE CALLER HR. MIN OAY/MONTH 02 REP 02920500700 ATL TELECOM SHOWS “CALL” OR “NEW CALL” CALL NUMBER INDICATES MORE THAN ONE I FROM THIS NUMBER flash: DIR LOCK OFF OFF FLASHES The call was NOT answered, as there is NO “Lifted Handset” symbol displayed in the top left hand corner of the LCD display. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display shows “SAVE TO DIR”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key a second time. The display shows:

****** Page 13 ****** SAVE TO DIR ? Pressing the “MENU/ENTER” key again will enter the caller information into the next available location. The display will then return to the “On-hook” State. The storing of “CALLS” information may be carried out whilst the call is “Live”. In this case the display will return to show the call duration time and the mode that the telephone is operating in, (HANDSET, HEADSET or HANDSFREE). In this example the telephone is being operated in “HANDSET” mode. HR : MIN DAY / MONTH 00-01 -15 HANDSET MODE CALL DURATION TIME USING CALLS TO ENTER CALLER INFORMATION INTO THE MEMORY With the Berkshire 800 “On-hook”, press the “CALLS” key. The LCD will display the information about the last call received. Select the caller information that you wish to save to memory, by using the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display shows “SAVE TO DIR. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “SAVE TO MEM”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the display will show: SAVE TO MEM ? Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again. The screen will prompt for the memory location (“MEMORY 01 – 10″). Press the required memory key (01 – 10). The LCD will reflect, (Show), the key pressed. Press the MENU/ENTER” key again to store the information into the selected memory location. This will overwrite any information previously stored there. The display will then return to the “On-hook” State. USING CALLS TO CLEAR AN INDIVIDUAL CALL The “CALLS” log can be purged of individual caller information. With the Berkshire 800 “On-hook”, press the “CALLS” key. The display shows the last caller details. Scroll through the CALLS log using the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required information is displayed. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display shows “SAVE TO DIR”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “CLEAR CALL” Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the screen will prompt for confirmation: ARE YOU SURE ? Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the If you confirm to clear the caller information, the screen displays “PLEASE WAIT” and then returns to the “On-hook” screen USING CALLS TO CLEAR ALL CALLS The “CALLS” log can be purged of ALL calls. With the Berkshire 800 “On-hook”, press the “CALLS” key. The display shows the last caller details. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display shows “SAVE TO DIR”. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “CLEAR ALL CALLS”. Press the “MENIJ / ENTER” key again and the screen will prompt for confirmation: Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the delete. If you confirm to clear the caller information, the

****** Page 14 ****** screen displays “PLEASE WAIT’ and then returns to the “On-hook” screen. Volume and Pitch Controls The Ringer volume and pitch and the telephone’s speaker, handset and headset volumes can be set for individual preference. RINGER VOLUME CONTROL There are 4 Ringer Volume settings available, (1 = Low, 4 = High). The Factory Default is With the telephone “On-hook”, press the “VOLUME” key. The display shows “RINGER VOLUME: X, where “X” is the current volume setting (Factory Default = 4). Press the “MENU/ENTER” key and the display shows: RINGER VOLUME Press the “MENU/ENTER” key and the current Ringer Volume setting flashes on the LCD: Press “MENU/ENTER’ key and the display shows “RINGER VOLUME”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “RINGER PITCH”. RINGER PITCH Press the “MENU/ENTER” key and the current Ringer Pitch setting flashes on the LCD: 1 RINGER PITCH CURRENT SETTING OF THE RINGER PITCH FLASHES 4 RINGER VOLUME CURRENT SETTING OF THE RINGER VOLUME FLASHES Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required Ringer Volume setting is obtained. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the current setting. The display will show the “On-hook” screen. RINGER PITCH CONTROL There are 6 Ringer Pitch settings available. The Factory Default is With the telephone “On-hook”, press the “VOLUME” key. The display shows “RINGER VOLUME: X, where “X” is the current volume setting (Factory Default = 4). Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required Ringer Pitch setting is obtained. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the Ringer Pitch setting. The display will show the “On-hook” screen. SPEAKER VOLUME There are 8 Speaker Volume settings available. The Factory Default is “5”. If a headset is plugged into the telephone, the “HANDSFREE” operation will NOT be available. Press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. Dial tone will be heard. The LED on the “HEADSET/DIAL” key will light, the LCD display will show “HANDSFREE MODE”, and after a few seconds, (8—10), the call timer will start: HR MIN DAY / MONTH CALL oo -01 -15 DURATION TIME HANDSFREE MODE Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required Speaker Volume setting is obtained.

****** Page 15 ****** HR MIN DAY / MONTH SPEAKER VOLUME: 5 Press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The LED on the “HEADSET/DIAL” key will go off and the display will show the “On-hook” screen. The latest setting for the speaker volume will be retained for the next time the telephone is used in handsfree mode. The Speaker Volume can be adjusted during a “HANDSFREE” telephone call. This may be particularly useful if the telephone is being used to make a conference call HANDSET VOLUME There are 8 Handset Volume settings available. The Factory Default is Lift the HANDSET. Dial tone will be heard. The LCD display will show “HANDSET MODE”, and after a few seconds, (8—10), the call timer will start: HR MIN DAY / MONTH CALL 00-01 -15 DURATION TIME HANDSET MODE Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required Handset Volume setting is obtained. MODE”, and after a few seconds, (8—10), the call timer will start: HR : MIN DAY / MONTH CALL 00-01 -15 DURATION TIME HEADSET MODE Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the required Headset Volume setting is obtained. HR . MIN DAY / MONTH HR MIN DAY / MONTH HANDSET VOLUME: 5 Replace the HANDSET. The LCD display will show the “On-hook” screen. The Handset Volume will return to its default value the next time the handset is lifted. HEADSET VOLUME There are 8 Headset Volume settings available. The Factory Default is Press the “HEADSET/DIAL” key. The “HEADSET/ DIAL” key LED will light and dial tone will be heard in the headset. The display will show “HEADSET HEADSET VOLUME: 5 Press the “HEADSET/DIAL” KEY. The “HEADSET/ DIAL” key LED will go off and the display will show the “On-hook” screen. The latest setting for the headset volume will be retained for the next time the telephone is used in headset mode. The Headset Volume can be adjusted during a “HEADSET telephone call. Advanced Features RECALL TYPE The Berkshire 800 is set up for “Time Break Recall” (TBR) as the Factory Default. If your PABX requires the telephone to be set up for “Earth Leg Recall” (ELR), carry out the following:With the telephone “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER’ key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER’ key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “RECALL TYPE: TBR”. RECALL TYPE TBR Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “TBR”

****** Page 16 ****** will flash. Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to toggle between “TBR and “ELR”. RECALL TYPE : ELR ELR FLASHING Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the ELR setting. TBR PERIOD The TBR period is set to 100mS, but is selectable between 50mS and 600mS in steps of 50mS. To set the TBR Period the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “TBR PERIOD (MS)”. TBR PERIOD (MS) Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “TBR” between 100mS and 1000mS in steps of 100mS. To set the ELR Period the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ELR PERIOD (MS)”. ELR PERIOD (MS) Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “ELR” Period will flash. 800 CURRENT ELR PERIOD FLASHES Period will flash. 100 TBR PERIOD (MS) CURRENT TBR PERIOD FLASHES Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to step through the available “TBR” Period settings. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the TBR Period setting. ELR PERIOD The ELR period is set to 800mS, but is selectable ELR PERIOD (MS) Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to step through the available “ELR” Period settings. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the ELR Period setting. PAUSE TIME ADJUSTMENT Some PABX’s require a “Pause” between the access digit and the first digit of the external call number. The “PAUSE TIME” is set to 1 Second, but is selectable between 1 Second and 4 Seconds in steps of 1 second. To set the Pause Period the telephone must be “On- hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows” ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “PAUSE TIME (sEcy.

****** Page 17 ****** PAUSE TIME (SEC.) Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again “PAUSE TIME” Second will flash. and the 1 PAUSE TIME (SEC.) CURRENT PAUSE TIME FLASHES Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to step through the available “PAUSE TIME” Period settingsPress the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the PAUSE TIME setting. KEY TIME OUT The period of inactivity, before unsaved entries are cancelled can be selected between 500mS and 5000mS in steps of 250mS. The Factory Default is set to 3000mS. To set the KEY TIME OUT Period the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key display until the display shows “KEY TIME OUT”. KEY TIME OUT Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “KEY Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to step through the available “KEY TIME OUT” Period settings. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the KEY TIME OUT Period setting. CALL TIMER START The CALL TIMER START can be selected from 2, 5, 10 or 15 Seconds. The Factory Default is set to 10 Seconds. To set the CALL TIMER START Period the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “CALL TIMER START”. CALL TIMER START Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “CALL TIMER START” period will flash. 10 CALL TIMER START CALL TIMER START SETTING FLASHES TIME OUT” period will flash. 3000 KEY TIME OUT KEY TIME OUT TIME PERIOD FLASHES Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to step through the available “CALL TIMER START” Period settings. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the CALL TIMER START Period setting. FIRST RING DISABLE The FIRST RING DISABLE can be enabled or disabled. The Factory Default is “DISABLED”. To set the FIRST RING DISABLE the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display

****** Page 18 ****** shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “FIRST RING DISABLE”. FIRST RING DISABLE Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “FIRST RING DISABLE” setting will flash. FIRST RING ENABLE 1 FIRST RING ENABLE DISABLE FLASHES Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to toggle between “ENABLE” and “DISABLE”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the FIRST RING DISABLE / ENABLE setting. Line Access Settings ACCESS DIGIT The ACCESS DIGIT is the number that some PABX’s require to enable an external call. The number is selectable between “0” and “9”. The Factory Default is set to “9”. To set the ACCESS DIGIT the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ACCESS DIGIT”. ACCESS DIGIT “ACCESS DIGIT” setting will flash. ACCESS DIGIT 9 NUMBER FLASHES ACCESS DIGIT Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to step through the available “ACCESS DIGIT” digits. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the ACCESS DIGIT setting. ACCESS DIGIT ON/OFF The ACCESS DIGIT may be set “ON” or “OFF” The Factory Default is set to “ON”. To set the ACCESS DIGIT “ON” or “OFF” the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the LCD displays “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “ACCESS DIGIT ON”. ACCESS DIGIT ON Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “ACCESS DIGIT” ON / OFF setting will flash. ACCESS DIGIT OFF ACCESS DIGIT ON 1 OFF FLASHES Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to toggle between the ON or OFF options. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the ACCESS DIGIT setting. SET ACCESS The SET ACCESS feature enables selection of “0” or “ALL” The Factory Default is set to

****** Page 19 ****** NOTE: If is set, ACCESS DIGIT is set to “ON” and ACCESS DIGIT is set to “9”, all the numbers dialled from memory (this includes the Directory, Calls list and one touch memories) will be prefixed with the digit 9 if the number starts with a “0”. To select the SET ACCESS the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the LCD displays “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows ACCESS IS O or ALL”. ACCESS IS Press the “MENU/ENTER” key again and the “0 or ALL” setting will flash. ACCESS IS ACCESS IS O O ALL FLASHES Use the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key to toggle between the 0 and ALL options. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm the SET ACCESS setting. SET FACTORY DEFAULT Should it be necessary, the user can reset the Berkshire 800 to the FACTORY DEFAULT. WARNING:This will ERASE ALL the non-volatile memories, including the Directory, Memory locations and the Calls log. To reset to the FACTORY DEFAULT the Berkshire 800 must be “On-hook”. Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The LCD will display “SET MEMORY”. Press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the LCD displays “ADVANCED”. Press the “MENU/ENTER’ key, then press the UP (5) or DOWN (6) key until the display shows “FACTORY DEFAULT”. FACTORY DEFAULT Press the “MENU/ENTER” key. The display will prompt for confirmation “ARE YOU SURE?). Press the “MENU/ENTER” key to confirm. If the MENU/ENTER” key is pressed the LCD will display “PLEASE WAIT…..” as the telephone is reset. The display returns to the “On-hook” screen: MIN DAY/ MONTH NO CALLS Compliance TIME & DATE FLASH CALLS LOG PURGED The Berkshire 800 may be connected to the following types of installation: Direct Exchange Lines (DEL)Compatible Private Automatic Branch Exchanges (PABX). Please contact the supplier of your Berkshire 800 to confirm compatibility with your PABX. Disclaimer Whilst the Berkshire 800 is compliant as an extension to a compatible PABX System or Direct Exchange Line (DEL), it cannot be guaranteed to operate under all possible conditions of connection. Any case of difficulty should be referred in the first instance to the supplier of your telephone. The information contained in this document is confidential to ATL Telecom Ltd. and may not be disclosed or reproduced in whole or in part without their written consent. O ATL Telecom Ltd 2004. Note: The information contained in this document is supplied without liability for errors or omissions.

****** Page 20 ****** ATL Telecom Limited reserves the right to make changes to this document at any time without notice. Power Rating Information – AC Plug Top Adapter Input 230V 50 Hz, 50mA. Output 7.5V 50 Hz, 300mA. ATL recommends only using the approved adapter supplied with this product (ATL Part Number 5/500/ XOO/064). Further concerns may also be addressed by calling our Technical Support Department on 0845 421 0730 or visiting our website, atltelecom.com/support. Safety Statement The plug top power supply serves as the disconnection device; therefore a socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment, and shall be easily accessible. Disconnect the line cord before attempting to remove the plug top power supply input jack. Guarantee Your Berkshire 800 telephone is designed and manufactured to exacting quality standards. This enables ATL Telecom Limited to offer a 10-year guarantee from the date of purchase. This guarantee protects against faulty material or workmanship, and applies to the UK only and is not transferable. The terms and conditions under which the guarantee will be valid are as set out below. Misuse or any modification carried out to the telephone, or operation other than in accordance with the instructions supplied, will invalidate the guarantee. Damage arising from incorrect installation, accidental damage or consequential loss, are not covered under the guarantee. In the event of a fault developing during the period of the guarantee, the complete telephone should be returned to your supplier, adequately and safely packed, together with proof of the date of purchase. The liability of ATL telecom Limited will be limited to the cost of repair or complete replacement of the same defective instrument, at the discretion of the company. In the event that the same item is not available, a suitable alternative will be offered. The terms of this agreement do not affect your statutory rights. Manufacturers Declaration* ATL Telecom Limited declares that this product is in conformity with the essential requirements of the R & TTE directive 1999/5/EC. *A copy of the Declaration of Conformity is available, upon request, from ATL Telecom Limited. ATL Telecom Limited, Lakeside, Fountain Lane, St Mellons, Cardiff CF3 OFB Telephone: 0330 333 8250 Facsimile: 0330 333 8251 atltelecom.com 1/344/003/610 Issue 04 April 2010

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