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PDF Content Summary: 1 Table of Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of 1 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................................. 4 fire, electric shock and injury, including the following: 1) Read and understand all the instructions. 2) Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 2 INSTALL YOUR PHONE ...................................................................................................................................... 5 3) Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 2.1 CONNECT THE BASE STATION............................................................................................................................... 2.2 INSTALL AND CHARGE THE BATTERIES.................................................................................................................. 5 4) Do not use this product near water (for example, near a bath tub, kitchen sink, swimming pool). 5) Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock. 6) Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to Binatone under the following conditions: • When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed. 3 GET TO KNOW YOUR PHONE ........................................................................................................................... 6 • If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. • If the product has been dropped and the cabinet has been damaged. 3.1 HANDSET OVERVIEW............................................................................................................................................ 6 3.2 BASE STATION OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................................... 7 3.3 HANDSET LCD DISPLAY....................................................................................................................................... 7 3.4 MENU STRUCTURE ............................................................................................................................................... 8 3.5 TEXT AND DIGIT ENTRY TABLE.............................................................................................................................. 8 3.5.1 LATIN CHARACTER TABLE................................................................................................................................... 9 3.5.2 RUSSIAN CHARACTER TABLE ............................................................................................................................ 10 3.5.3 GREEK CHARACTER TABLE............................................................................................................................... 11 • If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. 7) Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 8) Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. 9) Use only the supplied NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries! The operation periods for the handsets are only applicable with the default battery capacities 10) The use of other battery types or non-rechargeable batteries/primary cells can be dangerous. These may cause interference and/or unit damages. The manufacturer will not be held liable for damage arising from such non-compliance. 11) Do not use third party charging bays. The batteries may be damaged. 12) Please note the correct polarity while inserting the batteries. 4 USE YOUR PHONE............................................................................................................................................ 12 13) Do not immerse batteries in water, do not place in fire. 4.1 POWER ON THE HANDSET ................................................................................................................................... 12 4.2 MAKE AN EXTERNAL CALL.................................................................................................................................. 12 CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS 4.2.1 PREPARATORY DIALING..................................................................................................................................... 12 4.2.2 DIRECT DIALING................................................................................................................................................ 12 4.2.3 CALL FROM THE PHONEBOOK ............................................................................................................................ 12 Package contents The package contains the following items: 4.2.4 CALL FROM THE CALL LIST................................................................................................................................. 12 4.2.5 CALL FROM THE REDIAL LIST.............................................................................................................................. 1 4.2.6 CALL TIMER...................................................................................................................................................... 12 4.3 ANSWER A CALL ................................................................................................................................................ 12 4.4 END A CALL ....................................................................................................................................................... 12 4.5 ADJUST EARPIECE AND HANDSFREE VOLUME ..................................................................................................... 12 4.6 MUTE A CALL..................................................................................................................................................... 12 4.7 SET THE SILENT MODE ....................................................................................................................................... 12 4.8 REDIAL .............................................................................................................................................................. 12 4.8.1 REDIAL A NUMBER FROM THE REDIAL LIST .......................................................................................................... 12 4.8.2 SAVE A REDIAL NUMBER INTO THE PHONEBOOK .................................................................................................. 13 4.8.3 DELETE A REDIAL NUMBER ................................................................................................................................ 13 4.8.4 DELETE THE ENTIRE REDIAL LIST ....................................................................................................................... 13 4.9 KEYPAD LOCK.................................................................................................................................................... 13 4.10 FIND HANDSET ................................................................................................................................................. 13 4.11 MAKE AN INTERNAL CALL................................................................................................................................. 13 4.11.1 INTERCOM ANOTHER HANDSET ........................................................................................................................ 13 4.11.2 TRANSFER AN EXTERNAL CALL TO ANOTHER HANDSET ...................................................................................... 13 4.11.3 SWITCH CALLS BETWEEN AN EXTERNAL CALL AND AN INTERNAL CALL................................................................. 13 4.11.4 MAKE A 3-WAY CONFERENCE CALL .................................................................................................................. 13 5 PHONEBOOK ..................................................................................................................................................... 14 The maximum range between the base station and the handset is approximately 300 meters. Depending on the surrounding conditions as well as spatial and structural factors, the range may be reduced. The range indoors is 5.1 ADD A NEW ENTRY............................................................................................................................................. 14 normally less than outdoors. 5.2 EDIT AN ENTRY................................................................................................................................................... 14 5.3 VIEW AN ENTRY.................................................................................................................................................. 14 5.4 DELETE AN ENTRY.............................................................................................................................................. 14 5.5 DELETE THE ENTIRE PHONEBOOK....................................................................................................................... 14 5.6 VIEW PHONEBOOK CAPACITY ............................................................................................................................. 14 6 CALL LIST .......................................................................................................................................................... 15 6.1 VIEW THE CALL LIST........................................................................................................................................... 15 6.2 STORE A CALL LIST NUMBER INTO THE PHONEBOOK........................................................................................... 15 6.3 DIAL A CALL LIST NUMBER................................................................................................................................. 15 6.4 DELETE AN ENTRY IN THE CALL LIST................................................................................................................... 15 6.5 DELETE THE ENTIRE CALL LIST........................................................................................................................... 15 7 CLOCK & ALARM .............................................................................................................................................. 17 7.1 DATE & TIME...................................................................................................................................................... 17 7.1.1 CHANGE DATE FORMAT..................................................................................................................................... 17 7.1.2 CHANGE TIME FORMAT...................................................................................................................................... 17 7.1.3 SET THE DATE .................................................................................................................................................. 17 7.1.4 SET THE TIME................................................................................................................................................... 17 7.2 ALARM............................................................................................................................................................... 17 7.2.1 TURN OFF THE ALARM....................................................................................................................................... 17 7.2.2 SET AND TURN ON THE ALARM........................................................................................................................... 18 7.2.3 SET THE ALARM MELODY................................................................................................................................... 18 8 SETTINGS........................................................................................................................................................... 19 8.1 HANDSET SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................................... 19 8.1.1 SET THE AUDIO VOLUME ................................................................................................................................... 19 8.1.2 SET THE INTERNAL RINGER MELODY................................................................................................................... 19 8.1.3 SET THE EXTERNAL RINGER MELODY.................................................................................................................. 19 8.1.4 ADJUST THE RINGER VOLUME........................................................................................................................... 19 8.1.5 SET THE ALERT TONES...................................................................................................................................... 19 8.1.6 SET LANGUAGE (OPTIONAL) .............................................................................................................................. 8.1.7 RENAME THE HANDSET ..................................................................................................................................... 19 8.1.8 SELECT A WALLPAPER....................................................................................................................................... 20 8.1.9 SELECT A COLOR THEME................................................................................................................................... 20 8.1.10 SET THE CONTRAST LEVEL .............................................................................................................................. 2 8.1.11 TURN ON OR OFF THE AUTO ANSWER ............................................................................................................... 20 8.1.12 SET THE CALL BARRING................................................................................................................................... 20 8.1.13 SET THE SOS NUMBER ................................................................................................................................... 21 8.1.14 SELECT BASE STATION.................................................................................................................................... 21 8.1.15 RESET HANDSET SETTINGS TO DEFAULT........................................................................................................... 21 8.2 BASE SETTINGS ................................................................................................................................................. 21 8.2.1 DE-REGISTER A HANDSET................................................................................................................................. 21 8.2.2 CHANGE THE DIAL MODE ................................................................................................................................... 21 8.2.3 CHANGE THE FLASH TIME ................................................................................................................................. 22 8.2.4 CHANGE THE SYSTEM PIN CODE ...................................................................................................................... 22 9 ANSWERING MACHINE (For Activity 2610 only) ........................................................................................... 9.1 TURN THE ANSWERING MACHINE 9.2 LISTEN TO THE MESSAGES IN THE ANSWERING MACHINE ..................................................................................... 23 59.3 DELETE ALL MESSAGES IN THE ANSWERING MACHINE ........................................................................................ 23 9.4 RECORD MEMO .................................................................................................................................................. 24 9.5 ANSWERING MACHINE SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................ 24 9.5.1 SET THE ANSWER MODE................................................................................................................................... 24 9.5.3 RECORD YOUR OWN OUTGOING MESSAGE (OGM)............................................................................................ 24 9.5.4 PLAYBACK (OGM)............................................................................................................................................ 24 9.5.5 SET THE ANSWER DELAY.................................................................................................................................. 25 9.5.6 SET THE RECORDING TIME OF INCOMING MESSAGE ........................................................................................... 25 9.5.7 ACTIVATE REMOTE ACCESS.............................................................................................................................. 25 9.5.8 CALL SCREENING ............................................................................................................................................. 26 10 TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................................................... 27 2 11 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY................................................................................................................ . 28 with CLEANING AND CARE Do not clean any part of your Activity 2600 / 2610 system with benzene, thinner or other solvent chemicals this may cause permanent damage which is not covered by the Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth. Keep your Activity 2600 / 2610 hot, humid conditions or strong sunlight, and don't let Every effort has been made to ensure high standards of reliability for your Activity 2600 / 2610 if something does go wrong, please do not try to repair it yourself consult your supplier or the Helpline. 2 INSTALL YOUR PHONE 2.1 Connect the Base Station 1) Plug the power supply Single • 1 Handset • 1 Base station • 1 Mains power adapter • 1 Telephone line cord • 2 rechargeable batteries • 1 User manual Twin system away from • 2 Handsets • 1 Base station • 1 Mains power adapter system However, • 1 Telephone line cord • 4 rechargeable batteries • 1 User manual • 1 Charger pod with a connected Triple • 3 Handsets • 1 Base station • 1 Mains power adapter • 1 Telephone line cord • 6 rechargeable batteries • 1 User manual • 2 Charger pods with connected 4 mains power adapter mains power adapters Quad • 4 Handsets • 1 Base station • 1 Mains power adapter • 1 Telephone line cord • 8 rechargeable batteries • 1 User manual • 3 Charger pods with connected mains power adapters 1 2 3 into the base station. 2) Plug the power supply & line cord into the wall socket. 3) Always use the cables provided in the box. 2.2 Install and Charge the Batteries 1) Slide out the battery compartment cover. 2) Place the two supplied batteries as indicated. Respect polarity. 3) Slide the battery compartment cover back. 4) Put the handset on the base and charge the battery for 14 hours first time. A beep indicates that the handset is properly placed on the base or charger. Use only the NiMH battery pack provided. 3 Handset LCD Display 5 6 7 8 9 10 3.5.3 Greek Character Table (Uppercase) (Lowercase) USER GUIDE Activity 2600 / 2610 it get wet. Digital Cordless Telephone THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT DESIGNED FOR MAKING EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CALLS WHEN THE POWER FAILS. ALTERNATIVE ARRANGEMENTS SHOULD BE MADE FOR ACCESS TO DIAL EMERGENCY SERVICES. Before operating this set, please read these instructions carefully. In idle / predialing mode : In Redial list / Call List/ (For Activity 2610 only) & line cord 1 4 USE YOUR PHONE 4.1 Power on the Handset If your handset is powered off before, press and hold <TALK OFF> to turn on the handset. You can press and hold <TALK OFF> again to power off the handset. 4.2 Make an External Call 4.2.1 Preparatory dialing Enter the phone number and press <TALK ON> or <SPEAKERPHONE> to dial the number. Press <Clear> to clear the entry. 4.2.2 Direct dialing Press <TALK ON> or <SPEAKERPHONE> to take the line and enter the phone number. 4.2.3 Call from the phonebook Press <Right Soft key> to access the phonebook and press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired phonebook entry (if there are entries stored in the phonebook). Press <TALK ON> or <SPEAKERPHONE> to dial out to the selected phonebook entry. 4.2.4 Call from the call list Press <RIGHT> to access the call list and press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired call list entry (if there are entries kept in the call list). Press <TALK ON> or <SPEAKERPHONE> to dial out to the selected call list entry. 4.2.5 Call from the redial list Press <DOWN> to access the redial list and press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired redial number (if there are redial numbers kept in the redial list). Press <TALK ON> or <SPEAKERPHONE> to dial out to the selected redial number. 4.2.6 Call timer Your handset automatically times the duration of every call. It is shown in hours, minutes and seconds format (HH:MM:SS). 4.3 Answer a Call If the handset is not on the charging cradle: When the phone rings, press <TALK ON> / <SPEAKERPHONE> / <Accept> to answer a call. If the handset is on the charging cradle or the base station and when Auto Answer is set to On: When the phone rings, pick up the handset to answer a call. 4.4 End a Call During a call connection, press <TALK OFF> to end the call. OR Put the handset on the base station to end the call. 4.5 Adjust Earpiece and Handsfree Volume 5 volume levels (Level 1 to Level 5) are provided to choose from for each of earpiece and handsfree volume. During a call: Press <UP> or <DOWN> to increase or decrease the volume level respectively. The current setting is shown. When you end the call, the volume settings will still remain at the last selected level. 4.6 Mute a Call You can talk to someone nearby without letting the caller hear you during a call. During a call: Press <Mute/Left Soft key> to mute the microphone. Your caller cannot hear you. Press <Unmute/Left soft key> again to unmute the microphone. 4.7 Set the Silent Mode In idle, press and hold <#> to turn off the ringer. The “RINGER OFF” icon is displayed on the LCD. 4.8 Redial You can redial up to 20 of the last numbers called. If you have stored a name in the phonebook to go with the number, the name will be displayed instead. 4.8.1 Redial a number from the redial list 1. Press <DOWN> to access the redial list. 2. Press <UP/DOWN> to browse the redial list. 3. Press <TALK ON> to dial to the selected redial number. Note: If there are no numbers in the redial list, the display shows “List Empty”. 4.8.2 Save a redial number into the phonebook 1. Follow steps 1 and 2 in section 4.8.1. 2. Press <Select> to select the redial number. 3. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Add to PB. 4. Press <Select> to enter the name, edit the number if necessary and select the melody. Note: Press <DOWN> to go to next field to enter the number and press <DOWN> to select the melody by pressing <RIGHT> or <LEFT>. Name and number should be entered in order to save a new phonebook entry. 5. Press <OK> to save the redial number into the phonebook. 4.8.3 Delete a redial number 1. Follow steps 1 to 2 in section 4.8.2. 2. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Delete. 3. Press <OK> to confirm. 4.8.4 Delete the entire redial list 1. Follow steps 1 to 2 in section 4.8.2. 2. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Delete All. 3. Press <OK> to confirm. 4.9 Keypad Lock You can lock the keypad so that it cannot be used accidentally while carrying it around. 1. To lock the keypad: In idle mode, press and hold <*> key, the <Keypad lock icon>will display. 2. To unlock the keypad: In idle mode, press and hold <*> key, the <keypad lock icon> will disappear. 4.10 Find Handset You can locate the handset by pressing <PAGE> on the base station. All the handsets registered to the base will ring up for 60 seconds and “--Paging--” is displayed on the LCD. You can stop the paging by pressing any key on the handset except <Silent / Right soft key> or pressing <PAGE> on the base to stop paging. 4.11 Make an Internal Call This feature is only applicable when there are at least two registered handsets. It allows you to make internal calls, transfer external calls from one handset to another handset and make conference calls. 4.11.1 Intercom another handset 1. Press <INT> and the registered handsets will be listed. Note: If there are no additional handsets registered in the system, press <INT> will display “Unavailable”. 2. Press <the handset number> or <LEFT> or <RIGHT> to select the handset that you want to make an internal call with. 3. Press <Select>. Note: Press <9> to ring all the registered handsets. 4. The called handset rings and press <TALK ON> on the called handset to establish the internal call. 4.11.2 Transfer an external call to another handset During a call: 1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in section 4.11.1. 2. The external call is put on hold automatically and the called handset rings. 3. Press <TALK ON> / <SPEAKERPHONE> / <Accept> on the called handset to establish an internal call. 4. Press <TALK OFF> on the calling handset to end the current call with the external party. 5. The external call is transferred to the called handset. 4.11.3 Switch calls between an external call and an internal call During a call: 1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in section 4.11.1. 2. The external call is put on hold automatically and the called handset rings. 3. Press <TALK ON> / <SPEAKERPHONE> / <Accept> on the called handset to establish an internal call. 4. Press <INT> on the calling handset to switch the call connection with the external party while putting the internal call on hold. 5. Press <INT> on the calling handset to switch the call connection with the internal party while putting the external call on hold. 4.11.4 Make a 3-way conference call The conference call feature allows one external call to be shared with two handsets (in intercom). The three parties can share the conversation and no network subscription is required. During an external call: 1. Follow Steps 1 to 3 in section 4.11.2. 2. Press and hold <INT> to establish the 3-way conference. Any handset hangs up during a conference call will leave the other handset still in connection with the external call. 11 13 5 TECHNICAL DETAILS Standard Frequency range Channel bandwidth Operating range Operating time Temperature range Electrical power Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) 1.88 to 1.9 GHz (bandwidth = 20 MHz) 1.728 MHz Up to 300m outdoors; up to 50m indoors Standby: 100 hours Talking: 10 hours Battery charge time:15 hours Operating 0 C to 40 C Storage -20 C to 60 C HANDSET 600mAH NiMH 1.2V rechargeable battery x 2, AAA size. Base UNIT input 230V AC 50Hz output 6VDC 200mA. CHARGER POD input 230V AC 50Hz output 6V DC 200mA. Port specification The port (connect to the mains power supply) is a SELV port with respect to EN41003. The port (connected to the telephoneline) is a TNV port respect to EN41003. 23 (For Activity 2610 only) (For Activity 2610 only) (For Activity 2610 only) ON/OFF ........................................................................................................... 23 9.5.2 SET THE O UTGOING MESSAGE (OGM) LABGUAGE ........................................................................................... 24 UP EARPIECE RIGHT SOFT KEY In menu mode: In idle mode: Press to scroll up the menu items Press to access the phonebook In Phonebook list / Redial list /Call List: In sub-menu mode: Press to scroll up the list Press to go back to previous level During a call: In editing / predialing mode: Press to increase the volume Press to clear a character / digit LEFT SOFT KEY In idle mode: Press to access the main menu In editing / predialing mode: Long press to delete all the characters / digit In sub-menu mode: Press to confirm the selection During a call: Press to mute/unmute the microphone During call screening: Press to intercept a call RIGHT/CALL LIST In Idle: Press to access the call list. In predialling / editing mode: Press to move the cursor one character to the right TALK OFF LEFT During a call: Press to end a call In editing/predialling mode: Press to move the cursor one character to the left and go back to idle screen In menu / editing mode: Press to go back to idle screen In Idle: Press and hold to power off the handset When the handset is power off: Press and hold to power on TALK ON the handset Press to make a call DOWN / REDIAL LIST In idle mode: Phonebook entry: Press to make a call to the selected entry in the list During ringing: Press to answer a call During call screening: Press to intercept a call Press to access the redial list In menu mode: Press to scroll down the menu items In Phonebook list / Redial list / Call List: Press to scroll down the list During a call: Press to decrease the volume ALPHANUMERIC KEYPAD, * (STAR), # (HASH) Press to insert a digit / character / * / # 3 GET TO KNOW YOUR PHONE 3.1 Handset Overview MICROPHONE RECALL / FLASH SPEAKERPHONE During a call: Press to turn on / off * key in idle mode: Long press to turn on/off the keypad lock * key in editing mode: Long press to switch the character set * key during a call: Short press to switch to tone dialing mode temporarily if using the speakerphone. Call List / Phonebook entry: Press to make a call with speakerphone During ringing: Press to answer a call with speakerphone During answering machine message playback/call screening: Press to play the message via speaker In idle / predialing mode: Press to insert a flash During a call: Press to dial a flash INTERCOM In idle mode: Press to access the intercom list to make internal call During an external call connection: Long press to initiate a conference between the external call and the internal call pulse dialing mode currently # key in editing mode: Long press to toggle between uppercase or lowercase character input # key in Idle mode: Long press to turn on / off the ringer 0 key in idle / predialing / number editing mode: Long press to insert a pause 6 CALL LIST This feature is available if you have subscribed the Caller Line Identification service with your network service provider. Your phone can store up to 30 answered calls and unanswered with date/time information in the call list. The number will be shown on the LCD when the phone is ringing. If the number matches with one of the entries in your private phonebook, the caller’s name stored in the private phonebook will be displayed with the number. Missed calls are marked with an “*” at the beginning of the missed call entry. Once the missed call has been read, the “*” will be removed. If the caller number is withheld, “Withheld” will display. If the caller number is unavailable, “Out Of Area” will display. 6.1 View the Call List All unanswered and answered calls are saved in the call list with the latest call putting at the top of the list. When the call list is full, the oldest call will be replaced by a new call. The unanswered call which has not been read is marked with “*” at the beginning of the missed call entry. 1. Press <RIGHT> to access the call list. OR 1. Press <Menu> to access the main menu and press <UP/DOWN> to select Call List. 2. Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired entry. 3. Press <Select> to view the details of the call list entry. 6.2 Store a Call List Number into the Phonebook 1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in Section 6.1. 2. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Add to PB. 3. Press <OK> and <UP/DOWN> to enter the name and number. Note: You can press and hold <#> to toggle between the uppercase and lowercase letters. Name and phone number are mandatory to enter in order to save it as a phonebook entry. During editing the name, you can also press and hold <*> to toggle among different character sets. 4. Press <DOWN> to access melody and <RIGHT/LEFT> to select the melody. Note: Name and number are mandatory to enter in order to save it as a phonebook entry. 5. Press <OK> to confirm. 6.3 Dial a Call List Number 1. Follow steps 1 and 2 in Section 6.1. 2. Press <TALK ON> to dial out to the call list number. 6.4 Delete an Entry in the Call List 1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in Section 6.1. 2. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Delete. 3. Press <Select> to confirm. 4. Press <OK> to reconfirm. (This step is optional.) 6.5 Delete the Entire Call List 1. Follow steps 1 to 3 in Section 6.1. 2. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Delete All. 3. Press <Select> to confirm. 4. Press <OK> to reconfirm. 14 15 12 16 3.2 Base Station Overview 1. PAGE Press the Page on the base station to page your handset. It will ring for approximately 60 seconds. Press any key on the handset except <Silent> or <PAGE> on the base to stop the paging. 2. CHARGING CRADLE 1 2 3.Following icons will be displayed according to the current status of the phone operation. Icons Description Steady when the handset is in range of the base. More bars will show when the signal strength is strong. Flash when the handset is not registered to the base, in marginal range or out of range of the base. Indicate that the alarm is set. Flash when the alarm time is reached. Turn off when the alarm is off. Indicate an intercom is in progress. Indicate a call is in progress. Flash when ringing. Indicate that handsfree is being used. Indicate that the ringer is switched off. Indicate the answering machine is turned on. Turn off if the answering machine is turned off. Flash when the answering machine memory is full. Indicate when new VMWI message is received. Indicate that the keypad is locked. Indicate when the battery is fully charged. Indicate when the battery is 2/3 charged. Indicate when the battery is 1/3 charged. Flash when low battery is detected to indicate that it needs charging. Animate during charging 5 PHONEBOOK Your phone can store up to 100 private phonebook entries with names and numbers. Each phonebook entry can have a maximum of 24 digits for the phone number and 12 characters for the name. 5.1 Add a New Entry In idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to phonebook. 2. Press <Select> to access the phonebook menu. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select Add. 4. Enter the name and press <UP/DOWN> to enter the number and select the melody. Note: You can press and hold <#> to toggle between the uppercase and lowercase letters. Name and phone number are mandatory to enter in order to save it as a phonebook entry. During editing the name, you can also press and hold <*> to toggle among different character sets. 5. Press <DOWN> to access melody and <RIGHT/LEFT> to select the melody. 6. Press <OK> to save the phonebook entry. Note: Once a new entry is added, the phonebook entry will be displayed in alphabetical order. If the same name entry was entered in the phonebook, the screen will display “Name Existed”. 5.2 Edit an Entry Remarks: Applicable if there are phonebook entries in the phonebook. In idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to phonebook. 2. Press <Select> to access the phonebook menu. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select Edit. 4. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select your desired phonebook entry. 5. Enter the revised name, phone number and Melody. 6. Press <OK> to confirm. 5.3 View an Entry Remarks: Applicable if there are phonebook entries in the phonebook. In idle: 1. Press <Right Soft Key> to access the phonebook. 2. Enter the first character of the name by multi-tap. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> to highlight your desired phonebook entry. 4. Press <Select> to view the details of the selected phonebook entry. OR 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to phonebook. 2. Press <Select> to access the phonebook menu. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select View. 4. Press <UP/DOWN> to highlight your desired phonebook entry. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 5.4 Delete an Entry Remarks: Applicable if there are phonebook entries in the phonebook. In idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to phonebook. 2. Press <Select> to access the phonebook menu. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select Delete. 4. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to choose the phonebook entry that you want to delete. 5. Press <OK> to confirm or <Back> to cancel. (This step is optional.) 5.5 Delete the Entire Phonebook Remarks: Applicable if there are phonebook entries in the phonebook. In idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to phonebook. 2. Press <Select> to access the phonebook menu. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select Delete All 4. Press <OK> to reconfirm or <Back> to cancel. 5.6 View Phonebook Capacity In idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to phonebook. 2. Press <Select> to access the phonebook menu. 3. Press <UP/DOWN> to select PB Status. 4. Press <Select> to display the number of entries remaining in the phonebook memory. 3.4 Menu Structure In idle mode, press <MENU> will firstly access the Call List menu. In main menu, press <UP/DOWN> to access other main menu items. Main Menu <UP/DOWN> Key Press <MENU> <UP/ DOWN> <UP/ <UP/ <UP/ <UP/ <UP/ <UP/ DOWN> DOWN> DOWN> DOWN> DOWN> DOWN> Call List Phonebook Clock/ Alarm The following menus can be accessed by pressing relevant keys in idle mode: 3. Text and Digit Entry Table The following tables show you where each letter and punctuation character can be found. Every time you press and hold <*> will switch the following character tables. This will be helpful when storing a name in the phonebook and renaming your handset. In editing mode, a cursor is displayed to indicate the current text entry position. It is positioned at the right of the last character entered. Writing Tips: 1. Once a character is selected, the cursor will move to the next position after a short pause. 2. You can move the cursor within the text by <4-way key> to amend the text entry. 3. Press <Clear> to delete the last character. 4. Press and hold <Clear> to delete the entire text string. HS Settings Base Settings Registration Answer Machine Sub menu (List Empty) Date & Time OR Alarm (Display Call List Entries) Add to PB Delete Delete All View Add Edit Delete Delete All PB Status OR (List Empty) Add PB Status Audio Setup (Optional) Ring Setup Tone Setup Language Rename HS Wallpaper Colour Theme Contrast Auto Answer Call Barring SOS Number Select Base HS Default Delete HS Dial Mode Flash Time Modify PIN BS Default Playback Delete All Memo TAM On/Off TAM Settings Keys Down/REDIAL Right / Call List Left Right Soft Key List Empty or Display Redial List List Empty or Display Call List List Empty List Empty / Display Phonebook entries Sub menu Add to PB Delete Delete All Add to PB Delete Delete All (List Empty) OR (Display Phonebook Entries) 190 8.2.5 RESET BASE SETTINGS TO DEFAULT................................................................................................................... 22 8.3 REGISTRATION ................................................................................................................................................... 22 Base 1 Base 2 Base 3 Base 4 (For Activity 2610 only) 3.5.1 Latin Character Table (Uppercase) (Lowercase) 3.5.2 Russian Character Table (Uppercase) (Lowercase) 7 CLOCK & ALARM You can set date and time in different format as well as an alarm time with your Activity 2600 / 2610. 7.1 Date & Time 7.1.1 Change date format In Idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Clock/Alarm. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Date & Time. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Date Format. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired date format from DD-MM-YYYY or MM-DD-YYYY 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 7.1.2 Change time format In Idle: 1. Follow steps 1 to 2 in Section 7.1.1. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Time Format. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired time format from 12 Hours or 24 Hours. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 7.1.3 Set the date In Idle: 1. Follow steps 1 to 2 in Section 7.1.1. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Set Date. 3. Press <Select> to enter the date according to the date format you set in Section 7.1.1 Note: If incorrect input is detected, an error tone will be emitted , the date will not be saved and you can try again 4. Press <OK> to confirm. 7.1.4 Set the time In Idle: 1. Follow steps 1 to 2 in Section 7.1.1. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Set Time. 3. Press <Select> to enter the time according to the time format you set in Section 7.1.2. Note: If incorrect input is detected, an error tone will be emitted and the cursor will stop at the incorrect input. 4. When the cursor is at the AM/PM field, press <UP/DOWN> to select AM or PM. Note: Time input is time format dependent. Use 24 hours input if time format is 24 hours. 5. Press <OK> to confirm. 7.2 Alarm You can use this phone to set an alarm clock. When an alarm is set, the <ALARM Icon> displays on the LCD. When the alarm time is reached, the <ALARM icon> and “Alarm On” flash on the LCD ringing with the alarm melody for a duration of 45 seconds. You can press any key to disable the alarm. If snooze function is activated, the alarm will sound again at the end of the snooze period of two minutes. When the alarm time is reached, you can press <Off> or <TALK OFF> to disable the alarm or press <Snooze> to activate the snooze. Note: a. Key press is still applicable if handset keypad is locked and when the alarm time is reached. b. The alarm volume level is the same as the settings of the handset ringer volume. If the handset ringer is set to Volume Off, the alarm still sounds at Volume 1 level. c. During an external call or internal call, if an alarm is set and when the alarm time is reached, the <ALARM icon> and “Alarm On” will still flash. Once user presses any key to activate the snooze or press <Off> or <TALK OFF> to disable the alarm, it will revert to the call duration screen. d. During ringing, the alarm will not sound when the alarm time is reached. However, if snooze function is enabled, the alarm will sound again at the end of the snooze period provided that it is not ringing or in paging mode at the end of the snooze period. 7.2.1 Turn off the alarm In Idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Clock/Alarm. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Alarm. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Alarm Off. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 8 SETTINGS Your phone comes with a selection of settings that you can change to personalize your phone the way you like it to work. 8.1 Handset Settings 8.1.1 Set the audio volume In Idle: 1. Press <MENU> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Audio Setup. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Speaker Volume or Ear Volume. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> or <LEFT/RIGHT> to select the volume level from level 1 to level 5. 5. Press <OK> to confirm. 8.1.2 Set the internal ringer melody In Idle: 1. Press <MENU> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Ring Setup. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Internal Ring. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired internal ringer melody (10 ringer melodies and 5 standard tones are provided). Note: The respective ringer melody will be played while browsing the melody list. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.3 Set the external ringer melody 1. Press <MENU> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Ring Setup. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select External Ring. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired internal ringer melody (10 ringer melodies and 5 standard tones are provided). Note: The respective ringer melody will be played while browsing the melody list. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.4 Adjust the Ringer Volume In Idle: 1. Press <MENU> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Ring Setup. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Ring Volume. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> or <LEFT/RIGHT> to select your desired ringer volume level from Level 1 to Level 5 or Ringer Off. Note: The respective ringer volume will be played during your selection. If Volume Off is selected, <Ringer Off> icon will display. 5. Press <OK> to confirm. 8.1.5 Set the alert tones A single beep is emitted when you press a key. You can turn on or off the key tone. You can also turn on the alert tones when low battery and out of range are detected. 1. Press <MENU> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Tone Setup. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Key Tone / Battery Low / Out of Range. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to turn on or off these tones. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.6 Set language (Optional) 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Language. 3. Press <Select> and < UP/DOWN> to select the desired language. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.7 Rename the handset 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Rename HS. 3. Press <Select> to enter your desired handset name. Press <Clear> to delete one character or press and hold <Clear> to delete the whole character string. Note: The maximum number of characters of handset name is 12. 4. Press <OK> to confirm. 7.2.2 Set and turn on the alarm 8.1.8 Select a wallpaper 8.1.13 Set the SOS number 8.2.3 Change the Flash Time In Idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. This function allows you to enter a number which is permitted to be called even when the call barring function is The flash time settings is country dependent. Please contact your local service provider for the correct settings. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Clock/Alarm. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Wallpaper. enabled. The maximum length of SOS number is 4 digits. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Base Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Alarm. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired wallpaper (Two wallpapers are provided). The 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Flash Time. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Alarm On. respective wallpaper will display while browsing the wallpaper list. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired flash time (Short, Medium, Long). 4. Press <Select> to enter the alarm time. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 5. Press <OK> to confirm the alarm time. 8.1.9 Select a color theme 6. Press <UP/DOWN> to select Snooze On or Snooze Off. 7. Press <Select> to confirm. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Colour Theme. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired color theme (Four colour themes are provided). The respective color theme effect will display while browsing the colour theme list. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.10 Set the contrast level 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Contrast. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired contrast level (5 contrast levels are provided). The respective contrast effect will display while browsing the contrast level list. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.11 Turn on or off the auto answer 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Auto Answer. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to turn on or off the Auto Answer feature. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 8.1.12 Set the call barring Your phone can set to disable external outgoing calls according to up to four barring numbers. If call barring is activated, internal calls and conference calls are still available. 8.1.12.1 Turn on or off the call barring 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Call Barring. 3. Press <Select> to enter the 4-digit system PIN (Default 4-digit system PIN: 0000) Note: If the PIN code is entered incorrectly, “PIN Invalid” will display. 4. Press <OK> to confirm. 5. Press <UP/DOWN> to select Barring Mode. 6. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to turn on or off the call barring. 7. Press <Select> to confirm. Note: If Barring Mode is set to On, “Call Barred” will display in idle. 8.1.12.2 Set the call barring number 1. Follow steps 1 to 4 in Section 8.1.12.1 2. Press <UP/DOWN> to select Call Barring 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Barring Numbers. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Bar Number 1/2/3/4. 5. Press <Select> to enter the number for the selected barring number. Note: Each barring number can include up to 4 digits including “*” and “#”. Press <Clear> to delete a digit or press and hold <Clear> to delete the whole barring number. 6. Press <OK> to confirm. Note: If Barring Mode is set to On and Barring Number is set, your phone will check the first 4 digits of your dialing number with the set bar numbers. If the dialing number matched with any one of the set bar numbers, “Call Barred” will display. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select SOS Number. 3. Press <Select> and you are requested to enter the 4-digit system PIN. (Default 4-digit system PIN is 0000). 4. Enter the system PIN. 8.2.4 Change the System PIN Code 7.2.3 Set the alarm melody In Idle: 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Clock/Alarm. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Alarm. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Alarm Melody. 5. Press <OK> to confirm. 6. Press <UP/DOWN> and <Select> to select SOS Number 1/2/3. 7. Enter the SOS number. 8. Press <OK> to confirm. Note: If the PIN code is entered correctly, the SOS number will be saved and “Saved” will display. If the PIN code is entered incorrectly, “PIN Invalid” will display. A 4-digit system PIN code is used for changing the system settings of the base station. It is used to protect your phone against unauthorized use. The default system PIN code is 0000. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Base Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Modify PIN. 3. Press <Select> and you are requested to enter the 4-digit system PIN. 4. Enter the old system PIN. 8.1.14 Select base station Note: If the old system PIN is incorrect, “Old PIN Invalid” is displayed and will return to Modify PIN menu. 4. Press <Select> to select your desired alarm melody. If your handset is registered to more than one base station, you can select which base station to use. 5. Press <OK> and enter the new system PIN. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 6. Press <OK> and enter the new system PIN again. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Select Base. Note: If the new PIN entered in Step 6 is not matched with the new system PIN entered in Step 5, user is requested 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired base station. to enter the valid system PIN again in Step 5. Note: An “*” is marked at the end of the currently used base. 7. Press <OK> to confirm. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. Note: If the selected base is found successfully, “Saved” will display, otherwise, “Failed” will display. 8.2.5 Reset base settings to default 8.1.15 Reset handset settings to default You can reset your phone to the default settings. After reset, all your settings related to handset will be deleted, but your phonebook entries remain unchanged. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select HS Default. 3. Press <Select> to enter the 4-digit system PIN (Default 4-digit system PIN: 0000) 4. Press <OK> to confirm. 5. Press <OK> to reconfirm. Note: If the PIN code is entered correctly and is confirmed to restore the HS settings to default settings, “Reset” You can reset your phone to the default settings. After reset, all your settings related to base unit will be deleted, but your phonebook entries remain unchanged. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Base Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select BS Default. 3. Press <Select> to enter the 4-digit system PIN (Default 4-digit system PIN: 0000) 4. Press <OK> to confirm. 5. Press <OK> to reconfirm. Note: If the PIN code is entered correctly and is confirmed to restore the Base settings to default settings, “Reset” will display. If the PIN code is entered incorrectly, “PIN Invalid” will display. will display. If the PIN code is entered incorrectly, “PIN Invalid” will display. 8.3 Registration 8.2 Base Settings Your handset and base station is pre-registered. Up to 8.2.1 De-register a Handset You are requested to enter the 4-digit PIN in order to de-register a handset from the base station. The antenna icon on the de-registered handset will be off. If for some reason, the handset is not registered to the base station (<Antenna icon> is flashing), register your handset according to the following procedure. 1. Press and hold <PAGE> on the base station for about five seconds, the base station is entered into registration mode. Note: You cannot de-register the handset that you are currently using. 2. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Registration. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Base Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Delete HS. 3. Press <Select> and you are requested to enter the 4-digit system PIN. 4. Enter the 4-digit system PIN. 5. Press <OK> and a list of registered handsets is displayed. 6. Press <UP/DOWN> to select one of the handsets that you want to de-register. Note: If handset de-registration is unsuccessful, “Invalid HS” will display. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select the base station. 4. Press <Select> to enter the 4-digit system PIN. 5. Press <OK> to confirm. If the handset registration is successful, you will hear a confirmation tone and will return to idle screen. The <antenna icon> will stop flashing. The handset will automatically be allocated the next available handset number. This handset number is shown in the handset display in standby mode. The base station that is successfully registered is in bold in the Registration menu. 7. Press <Select> to confirm. Note: If handset de-registration is successfully done, “HS Deleted” will display. 18 19 20 21 22 to enter a valid date. five handsets can be registered to a single base station. 9 ANSWERING MACHINE (For Activity 2610 Olny) 9.2 Listen to the Messages in the Answering Machine When new messages are recorded on the answering machine, Old messages will be played after all new messages are played completely. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Playback. 3. Press <Select> to start new message playback and the screen displays the date and time information of the message received. Remarks: An asterisk is placed at the beginning of the new message number to indicate that it is a new message. If this message has been read or listened, the <STAR icon> will disappear and will be reflected next time when you listen to this message again. During message playback, press <UP> or <DOWN> to increase or decrease the message playback volume respectively. Note: After new message is played, the new message will be saved as an old message automatically unless it is deleted. 4. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Stop, Next, Previous or Delete 5. Press <Select> to perform the following functions during message playback. Stop: Stop the current message playback and return to the Answer Machine menu. Next: Skip to play the next message. The date and time information of the next message will display if there is next message. Previous: Skip to repeat playing the current message from the beginning. The date and time information of the current message will display. Delete: Delete the current message and the next message will be played. Note: Alternatively, you can use the following shortcut keys on handset to control different operation during message playback. Press <Key 5> to stop message playback. Press <Key 4> once to skip to repeat playing the current message from the beginning. Press twice to skip backward to play the previous message. Press <Key 6> to skip to play next message. Press <Key 2> to delete the current message playback. 9.3 Delete All Messages in the Answering Machine 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Delete All. 3. Press <Select> to confirm. 4. Press <OK> to delete all old messages. (Note: New messages will not be deleted). 8.2.2 Change the dial mode 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Base Settings. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Dial Mode. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Tone or Pulse. 4. Press <Select> to confirm. 17 23 9.4 Record Memo 9.5.4.2 Restore to default OGM 9.5.7.3 Access Your Answering Machine Remotely 10 TROUBLESHOOTING 11 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Your phone includes a telephone answering machine (TAM) that records unanswered calls when it is on.The answering machine can store up to 59 messages within the maximum recording time of approximately 12 minutes. As well as recording incoming messages, you can record memos for other users of your phone. If the answering You can record your memo message for another user. the message can be played back in the same way as 1. Repeat Steps 1 to 4 in Section 9.5.4.1 answering machine messages. Memo recording can still function even when the answering machine is turned off. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Default. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 3. Press <Select> and <OK> to confirm restoring to default OGM. You can ring your Activity 2610 from another tone-dialing phone to switch on or off the answering machine If you have difficulty with your phone, please try the suggestions listed below. We the manufacturer / Importer : : Binatone Telecom Plc 1 Apsley Way London 1. Place a call from a tone-dialing phone to your Activity 2610. machine memory is full, the <TAM On> icon will flash. Turn the Answering Machine On/Off You can turn the answering machine on or off using the handset menu. When the answering and is in Answer & Record mode, calls will be answered after the set 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Memo. 3. Press <Select> to start memo recording and “Recording” is displayed. 4. Press <OK> to stop memo recording and save the memo. OR 9.5.5 Set the Answer Delay 2. When the answering machine answers the calls and during playing the OGM, press <KEY *>. You can set the number of rings before the answering machine answers and starts playing your OGM. You can set Note: Enter the * while OGM is still playing and proceed the following in order to access the answering machine Problem Cause Solutions the answering machine to answer after two to nine rings or Time Saver. 4. Press <Cancel> to stop memo recording without saving and return back to Answer Machine menu. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Delay (Available options: 2 Rings, 3 Rings, 4 Rings, 5 Rings, 6 Rings, 7 Rings, 8 Rings, 9 Rings or Time Saver). remotely. 3. Enter the 4-digit Remote Access PIN. Note: Press <*> key after OGM playback cannot access your answering machine remotely. If the 4-digit Remote 9.5 Answering Machine Settings You can use the TAM Settings menu through the handset to change the settings of your answering machine. Declare under our sole responsibility that the following product Type of equipment: Digital cordless telephone Model Name: When the answering machine is set to OFF, calls will be answered after 10 rings and the be played to your callers. They will not be able to leave you a message. Access PIN is entered incorrectly three times consecutively, the line will be released automatically. 4. Press the following keys to carry out your desired function. No dialing tone when pressing <TALK ON> key Country of Origin: China Brand: complies with the essential protection requirements of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC on the approximation of 9.5.1 Set the Answer Mode 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired answer delay. By default, the answer machine is set in Answer & Record mode which allows callers to leave a message. This 5. Press <Select> to confirm. mode can be changed to Answer Only which does not allow callers to leave a message. In that case, your callers Keys Functions While message is not playing While message is playing the Member States relating to Radio Spectrum the approximation of the laws of the Member Statesrelating to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the European will be prompted to call back later. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2 Delete the current message playback 4 Repeat playing the current message from the beginning. Press twice to skip backward to Community Directive 2006/95/EC relating to Electrical Safety. Assessment of compliance of the product with the requirements relating to the 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. play the previous message. essential requirements according to Article 3 R&TTE was based on Annex III of the 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Mode. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer & Record or Answer Only. and listen to your messages remotely. NW2 7HF. 9.1 machine is set to ON answer delay and the caller can then leave you a message. answer only message will a. Check the connections. Unplug and plug back in the mains. Binatone Activity 2600 / 2610 Series Check that the telephone line cord has been plugged into the base station and the phone socket. Binatone 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to TAM On/Off. b. Check the base station plug and the 220V plug (remove and plug- in). the laws of Matters, the Council Directive 89/336/EEC on 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to On or Off. c. Wait until the line is unoccupied. 4. Press <OK> to confirm. ➢ ➢ If answering machine is set to On, If answering machine is set to Off, the <TAM ON> icon will not be on the handset display. 5 Play the message Stop the current message playback 6 Skip to play the next message Directive 1999/5/EC and the following standard: 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 7 Turn on the answering machine Radio Spectrum: EN 301406: V1.5.1:2003; Language The answering machine announces the outgoing message when it answers a call. There is a pre-set OGM for each Answer & Record mode or Answer Only mode. You may be able to d. Use the original connection cord. When connect to a PBX, no and/or wrong connection after dialing. Dialing prefix is needed. Insert the dialing prefix "Searching" is displayed. Base station out of range. Base station not connected to mains. 8 Stop the current message playback 9 Turn off the answering machine * Enter the 4-digit remote access PIN EMC: EN 301489-1:V1.5.1:2005; EN 301489 - 6:V1.2.1;2002; Electrical Safety: EN 60950 - 1:2006. OGMs. Note: If your answering machine is switched off, the phone will enter into the remote access mode after 10 rings. You can then enter * followed by the 4-digit remote access PIN (Default Remote Access PIN is 0000) to activate the remote access feature. When your answering machine memory is full and the answer mode is in Answer & Record, the answer mode will change to Answer Only automatically. It will change to Answer & Record mode automatically after some Manufacturer / Importer (signature of authorized person) messages have been deleted. 9.5.8 Call Screening When the answering machine is on and takes a call, you can listen to the caller leaving a message. You can then The conformity to the requirements is validated by the symbol. identify the caller and decide whether to take the call in person. If the answering machine is set to ON, when there is an incoming message, the handset will display “Screen?” NOTE: In compliance with Directive 2002/96/EC, when you purchase a product that comes with the symbol shown on the right, you are required to dispose of electrical and electronic equipment by separate waste collection 1. Press <OK> to start call screening. The handset who picks up the call can listen. You can listen to who is leaving the message and decide whether to pick up the call or not. 2. The handset will display “Screening”. 3. You can adjust the speaker volume by pressing <UP or DOWN>. OR 3. Press <Back> to return to previous screen and you cannot hear the recording. At any time if you want to pick up the call, you can press <PickUp> or <TALK ON> and the message recording will be stopped automatically. If the answering machine is in the process of recording, the message already stored will be saved. and you cannot dispose of the product as normal waste. This equipment and all its components, subsystems and consumable materials formed an integral part of this product and when you decide to dispose of them you have to takethem to the local recycling centres for appropriate waste disposal, in compliance with the current regulations. Details your local about authority. the location of these centres can be obtained from 24 25 26 27 28 UK (BTP) Ver 1, Jul 2008 31 a. The connection cord of the base station is not plugged in. b. The adapter cord is not plugged in correctly in the base station. c. The line is busy, as another handset is used. d. Wrong connection cord (no Euro AS) 9.5.6 Set the Recording Time of Incoming Message the <TAM ON> icon will be shown on the handset display. You can set the maximum length of the recording time of the incoming messages. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Recording Time (Available options: 60 Sec, 120 Sec, 180 Sec, or Unlimited). 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select your desired recording time. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. 9.5.7 Activate Remote Access Your phone lets you check your messages, or otherwise operate your answering machine, by calling the answering machine when you are away from home by entering a 4-digit remote access PIN on a tone-dialing phone. Use the 4-digit remote access PIN code to prevent other people from unauthorized access of your answering machine. 9.5.7.1 Change the 4-Digit Remote Access PIN 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Chg Remote PIN. 4. Press <Select> to enter the Old remote access PIN (Default Remote Access PIN is 0000). Note: If the Old remote access PIN is incorrect, “Old PIN Invalid” is displayed and will return to Chg Remote PIN menu. 5. Press <OK> to enter the new remote access PIN. 6. Press <OK> to enter the new remote access PIN again. 7. Press <OK> to confirm. Note: If the new remote access PIN entered in Step 6 is not matched with the new remote access PIN entered in Step 5, “New PIN Invalid” is displayed. User is requested to enter the valid remote access PIN again in Step 5. 9.5.7.2 Activate or Deactivate the Remote Access 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Remote Access. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select On or Off to turn on or off the remote access respectively. 5. Press <Select> to confirm. Reduce the range. Connect base station to mains. The call does not work. Service not activated or wrong operator or wrong setting Check your Subscription with network or change the dial mode. No display. Empty battery Recharge battery 9.5.2 Set the Outgoing Message (OGM) Please contact the technical support of the network provider for further information. of select a different language for your default This telephone is not equipped with a grounding function! Therefore some of the functions may be limited when 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to Answer Machine. used in PBX systems. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to TAM Settings. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to TAM Language. The default remote access PIN is 00000. Technical Support 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to scroll to your desired OGM language, if available. 5. Press <Select> to confirm the language. CONFORMITY This unit conforms to the following rules and regulations: 1995/5/EC Radio frequency and telecommunication equipment and the mutual acceptance of conformity. The CE mark proves the above. 29 30 03 Apr 2008 If the fault persists... Date Signature Disconnect all other instruments connected to the same line as the Activity 2600 / 2610 and try to make a call. 9.5.3 Record Your Own Outgoing Message (OGM) Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and plug a different phone into the master telephone socket. You can record your own OGM for Answer & Record mode or Answer Only mode. When you record your own Try making a call. If this works, the line is OK. OGM, it will be used when the answering machine answers the call. 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. If the call does not work, and you are using a two-way socket adapt er, remove it and plug a telephone directly into the socket. If the call now works, the adapter may be faulty. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select OGM Settings. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer & Record or Answer Only. 5. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Record. 6. Press <Select> to start recording your personalized OGM and “Recording” is displayed on the screen. 7. Press <OK> to stop and save your personalized OGM or press <Cancel> to return to previous screen without If you still cannot identify the cause of the problem, please read out the serial number of this telephone to saving the personalized OGM. the Binatone Customer Service Center. The serial number can be found in the battery compartment after having Note: Any subsequent newly recorded OGM will overwrite the previously recorded OGM. After the recorded OGM is saved, the phone will playback the newly recorded OGM automatically. the batteries removed. For technical support, call Binatone Customer Service at 0845 345 9677 (UK only). 9.5.4 Playback (OGM) You can playback your own personalized OGM or the pre-set OGM for Answer & Record mode or Answer Only mode. 9.5.4.1 Playback the OGM 1. Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer Machine. 2. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select TAM Settings. 3. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select OGM Settings. 4. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Answer & Record or Answer Only. 5. Press <Select> and <UP/DOWN> to select Playback. 6. Press <Select> to playback your personalized OGM (if you have recorded a personalized OGM before) and “Playing” is displayed on the screen. 7. Press <Back> to stop the OGM playback and return to the previous menu. Note: If a personalized OGM is not recorded before, the pre-set OGM will be played. If you cannot make a call, the fault may be on the exchange line. Contact the service provider (the BT engineers on 151 for UK only, or your cable company).


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