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6.2 MODIFIER LE TYPE DE NUMEROTATION
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3.3 RAPPELER LE DERNIER NUMERO COMPOSE
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Sur TEMPORIS 26 uniquement.
3.4 ADDITIONAL SERVICES ACCESS KEYS
The function keys , and give you access to additional
Your TEMPORIS 16/26 telephones are approved in conformity with European regulations, as attested by the CE mark. You are covered by a legal warranty on these products; for all information concerning this warranty, please contact your reseller. Regardless of the legal warranty covering the product, the reseller guarantees conformity of the products with their technical specifications for a period of twelve (12) months, parts and labour, starting from the date appearing on the proof of purchase of the product. You should therefore retain your invoice or till receipt specifying the date of purchase of the product and the name of the reseller. However, if the legal warranty applicable in your country exceeds twelve (12) months, then the legal warranty alone applies. The non-conforming part or product will be repaired or replaced free of charge, by an identical part or product, or one at least equivalent in terms of functionality and performance. If it proves impossible to repair or replace the item, the product will be reimbursed. The spare product or part, which may be either new or reconditioned, is guaranteed either for three months from the date of repair or until the end of the initial warranty period, whichever is the longer. All parts or products returned and replaced become the property of the manufacturer. However, this warranty does not apply in the following cases: - installation or use in a way that fails to comply with the instructions contained in this guide; - incorrect connection or non-standard use of the product, notably with accessories not designed for the purpose; - devices subjected to shocks or falls; - devices damaged by lightning, voltage surge, heat sources or radiation therefrom, water, exposure to excessive humidity, or any other cause external to the product itself; - normal wear and tear;
conformement aux dispositions de la nouvelle directive 1999/5/CE du Parlement Europeen et du Conseil du 9 mars 1999 concernant les equipements hertziens et les equipements terminaux de telecommunication et la reconnaissance mutuelle de leur conformite;
Tab for wall mounting
3 direct memories Label for the numbers recorded
4. USING THE MEMORIES
Your telephone set can record thirteen 16-digit numbers, 3 of which may be direct access numbers.
Memory programming key
Ringer volume slide switch
4.1 PROGRAMMING THE MEMORIES
Programming without calling:
Indirect memory access key
Pick up the handset (or press Press.
Enter the number. Press.
Press one of the 3 direct access keys or one of the keypad keys (from 0 to 9) for the indirect memories.
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Hands-free volume slide switch*
Do not take care of this sub-chapter, this feature is not available on Temporis 16/26 phones.
* On TEMPORIS 26 only.
** Contact your fixed network operator.
4.2 DIALLING FROM A MEMORY
Pick up the handset (or press
then one of the keys numbered from 0 to 9.
Plug the telephone cable into the connector located under the phone and plug the telephone jack into the wall socket ( ).
To modify a number, record a new number in its place (see paragraph 4.1).
SUBJECT TO LEGAL PROVISIONS, ALL WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE DESCRIBED HEREIN ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.
DECLARATION DE CONFOR MITE CE
5. ADJUSTING THE RINGING VOLUME
You can adjust the ringing volume when your telephone is ringing.
To reduce or increase the volume, move the slide switch on the right side to one of the 3 positions:
8. CUSTOMER SERVICE
The shop from which you bought this telephone can give you information and provide you with after-sales service.
2. WALL MOUNTING
Extract the tab located on the top of the phone base, just under the cradle switch, from its housing (small plastic part), then reinsert it upside down. Place the cable in the slot underneath the base. Drill two horizontal holes 70 mm apart. Insert two wall plugs then screw in wood screws (diameter: 3 mm, length: 25 mm) without tightening them. Hang the phone on the screws.
minimum volume, average volume, maximum volume.
" The changes you have made are recorded. You can take the call. 6. CONFIGURATION FOR PROFESSIONAL USE
If your TEMPORIS 16 / 26 is directly connected to the public network, this chapter does not concern you.
EN 60950-1 (2001) EN 55022 (1998) + A1 (2000) EN 55024 (1998) + A1 (2001)
The TEMPORIS 16 and TEMPORIS 26 telephones are designed to transmit and receive telephone calls and be connected to public and private telephone networks. To clean your phone, use a lightly moistened antistatic cloth. You can choose between two ways of dialling: - dialling after lifting the handset, - dialling in on-hook mode.
6.1 MODIFYING THE FLASH TIME
Before you do anything else, disconnect the telephone line cable.
Remove the black label located under the phone.
Genevieve LARBRE Product management director
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative document(s) provided that it is installed, maintained and used in the application for which it is made, with respect of the " professional practices " relevant installation standards and manufacturer's instructions:
According the disposition of the directive 1999/5/EC of the European parliament and of the councll of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
To modify it, move the mini-switch with the tip of a ballpoint until it points to the flash time you want.
FLASH 100 ms 300 ms TONE
Type of dialling
3.1 DIALLING IN ON-HOOK MODE*
, then dial your correspondent's number.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Pick up the handset to set up the conversation.
3.2 HANDS-FREE KEY*
During a call, press the conversation.
6.2 MODIFYING THE TYPE OF DIALLING
By default, your telephone uses voice frequency (TONE) dialling.
so that the people near you can take part in
Adjust the volume with the slide switch located on the right of the phone. To deactivate the hands-free function, pick up the handset. To end the call, press been deactivated). (unless the hands-free function has already
To switch it to pulse dialling, move the mini-switch with the tip of a ballpoint until it points to PULSE.
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative document(s) provided that it is installed, maintained and used in the application for which it is made, with respect of the professional practices relevant installation standards and manufacturer's instructions:
declare under our sole responsibility that the product Alcatel 2416 / Temporis 16
According the disposition of the directive 1999/5/EC of the European parliament and of the council of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
declare under our sole responsibility that the product Alcatel 2426 / Temporis 26
41, Boulevard de la Republique 78400 Chatou France
EN 60950 (2000) EN 55022 (1998) + A1 (2000) EN 55024 (1998) + A1 (2001)
Juan ALVAREZ Market Engineering manager
Pick up the handset. Press.
On TEMPORIS 26 only.
Chatou, the 9th June of 2004
3.3 LAST NUMBER REDIAL
Chatou, the 24th February of 2004
By default, the flash time is 300 ms.
3. GENERAL USE
Chatou, le 09 juin 2004
Thomson Telecom hereby declares that the TEMPORIS 16 and the TEMPORIS 26 conform to the essential requirements and other applicable provisions of European directive 1999/5/CE. The certificate of conformity will be sent on request.
Juan ALVAREZ arket Engineering manager
The TEMPORIS 16 and 26 are designed for connection to a TNV3-class analogue telephone line as defined by the EN 60950 standard.
9. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
le produit Alcatel 2426 / Temporis26 est conforme aux normes et autres documents normatifs suivants :
4.3 MODIFYING A MEMORY
- maintenance, modification or repair of the product by persons not authorised by the manufacturer or reseller;
conformement aux dispositions de la nouvelle directive 1999/5/CE du Parlement Europeen et du Conseil du 9 mars 1999 concernant les equipements hertziens et les equipements terminaux de telecommunication et la reconnaissance mutuelle de leur conformite ;
" The pre-recorded number is dialled automatically.
- failure to comply with the technical and safety standards prevailing in the state or country of use
Cette conformite s'entend pour autant que le produit pour lequel elle est donnee est installe et utilise suivant les instructions fournies dans le manuel d'utilisation.
Plug one end of the spiral cord into the handset and the other under the phone ( ).
- negligence or poor maintenance;
1. INSTALLING THE PHONE
Press one of the 3 direct memory keys.
Chatou, le 24 fevrier 2004
Programming during a call:
1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.10 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4 4.5.5 4.5.6 DESCRIPTION OF THE TEMPORIS 500 PAGE
Display.... 4 Equipment supplied.... 5 Characteristics.... 5 INSTALLING YOUR TEMPORIS 500 PAGE
Connecting the handset... Connecting the base.... Wall mounting.... Inserting or replacing the batteries... Declaration of conformity... GENERAL USE PAGE
Message waiting / Ringing indicator light.. 9 Call in progress light... 9 Pre-dialing / on-hook dialing... 9 Dialing using a memory... 10 Receiving a call.... 11 Using hands-free mode... 11 Adjusting the handset volume... 11 Using the mute function... 11 Putting a call on hold / transferring a call.. 12 Redialing the last numbers called... 12 PROGRAMMING YOUR TEMPORIS 500 PAGE
Contrast.... 15 Language.... 15 Selecting and adjusting the melody & the volume..16 Setting date and time.... 17 Call setting..... 18 Area code.... 18 Prefix number.... 19 Voice mail setting.... 20 Dial mode setting.... 21 Flash time setting.... 22 Pause time setting.... 23 1
4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9
5. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 6. 6.1 6.2 7. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6
Lock / Unlock.... 24 Creating / Modifying or deleting a directory record / direct access memories. 25 Changing the PIN.... 28 Programming the mailbox number... 29 USING THE "CALLER IDENTIFICATION" SERVICES PAGE 30
List of Calls....30 To consult the call log... 31 Saving a record from the list of calls... 32 Deleting a record from the list of calls... 32 Calling a correspondent from the list of calls...32 CONNECTING AND USING A HEADSET PAGE 33
Connecting a headset.... 33 Using a headset.... 33 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PAGE 34
Troubleshooting... 34 Defaults settings.... 35
Guarantee.... 36 Environment... 37 Safety.... 37
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE TEMPORIS 500
Peg for wall mounting
M1.M10 memory keys CANCEL button Navigator button Confirm menu button LED for ringer, new events Voice mail Call list menu button Phonebook button Hands-free button Ringer and hands-free volume control
Mute button Loudspeaker Flash button
1.1 DISPLAY The TEMPORIS 500 has a three-line display: 1 line of icons and information about the functions 1 line 16 digits. 1 line of 16 alphanumerical characters.
Mute microphone and hold Phone Lock Battery status Icon Missed calls (New calls) with total counter and Repeat Indicator Message in voicemail Date (Day / Month ) Time ( Hour : Minute ) Scroll up or down for more information
1.2 EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED 1 TEMPORIS 500 telephone set 1 coiled cable 1 RJ11/RJ11 telephone cable (depends on countries) 1 memory label 7 user guides (English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portugese and Italian) 1 plug adapter (depends on countries)
1.3 CHARACTERISTICS 50 names and numbers phonebook directory RJ9 headset connection Calls can be made by selecting the name from the directory 10 direct access memories Access to Caller Name and/or Calling Line Identification services* Caller's name and number displayed* Lists the last 30 calls received* Voice mail access* Duration of call displayed 5 extended last number redial function 4 ringtones selection Adjustable ringer volume with silent option Mixed dialing: tone or pulse (33/66) or pulse (40/60) Pre-dialing / on-hook dialing Adjustable handset volume Hands-free mode with adjustable loudspeaker volume Mute key to disable the microphone or put the caller on hold Date and time settings Call barring
* If the service is available and a subscription has been taken out (on public service telephone line only).
2. INSTALLING YOUR TEMPORIS 500
2.1 CONNECTING THE HANDSET Connect one end of the coiled cable (A) to the handset and the other end (B) to the plug on the left-hand side of the base.
2.2 CONNECTING THE BASE Connect one end of the telephone cable to the socket on the back left-hand side of the base (C). C
NOTE: The other socket (D) is for connecting a modem. 2.3 WALL MOUNTING To wall mount the telephone set, remove, reverse and reinsert the mounting peg as shown in the figure below. Drill two horizontal holes of 6mm diameter with 86mm apart. Insert two wall plugs and screws (3.5mm diameter and 25mm long) leaving the screw head protruded. Place the cord in the slot under the base and hang the telephone onto the screws.
Wall mounted position
2.4 INSERTING OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES Your phone uses 4 LRO3-AAA 1.5V alkaline batteries (not included). Insert or replace the batteries as described below: For safety reasons, always unplug the telephone line first. Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the base. Push down hard on the door while sliding it back. Remove the used batteries and insert the new ones. Pay attention to the '+' and '-' polarity indicated in the battery compartmentt. Close the battery compartment and re-connect the telephone set. Batteries will last for approximately 6 months under normal conditions of use. will start flashing. When the batteries are drained, the battery icon You must then replace them with a fresh batteries as soon as possible. NOTE: Your TEMPORIS 500 still work properly without batteries or with empty batteries. However if you disconnect it from the telephone line, it will lose information like the date and time and directory records except the content of the one-touch memories.
2.5 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY The TEMPORIS 500 is certified in accordance with European regulations, as indicated by the CE marking. The TEMPORIS 500 is intended to transmit and receive telephone calls and for connection behind a private branch exchange (PBX) or a public network of the European community. It is designed for connection to a TRT3 class (telecommunications network voltage) analogue telephone line, as defined in the EN60950-1 standard. Thomson Telecom hereby declares that the TEMPORIS 500 conforms to the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of directive 1999/5/CE.
3. GENERAL USE
3.1 MESSAGE WAITING / RINGING INDICATOR LIGHT When you receive a call, the light flashes with the same rhythm as the ringtone. If you have subscribed to the "Caller Identification" service, the light also indicates that there are new calls or messages in the list of calls. If you are connected to a private ALCATEL telephone system with a messaging service, this light indicates that there is a message in your voice mailbox. 3.2 CALL IN PROGRESS LIGHT When you pick up your handset or seize the line in hands-free mode, the light associated with the button will come on and stay on as long as the line is busy.
3.3 PRE-DIALING / ON-HOOK DIALING Insert or replace the batteries as described below: MAKING A CALL
Dial your correspondent's number. Press the button to delete any incorrect numbers. or button.
The loudspeaker light lite on.
Adjust the volume using the Press the
button to end the call.
Lift the handset to continue with the conversation in private.
NOTE: The call duration counter starts about 16 seconds after the last digit has been dialled.
OTHER WAYS OF MAKING A CALL
You can also make a call in other ways:
Dialing the number and then lift up the handset. Press the
button and then dial the number.
Lift up the handset and then dial the number.
3.4 DIALLING USING A MEMORY Each memory can hold 20 digits and 16 characters. CALLING FROM THE DIRECTORY
There are two ways of searching for a number: Use the and buttons to scroll through the names in the directory until the one you want is displayed. Use the and then 16 digits. Press the Use the buttons to shift the phone number if more
button to make the call. to enter your correspondent's number.
lift the handset to make the call.
NOTE: The call duration counter starts 16 seconds after the last digit has been dialled. CALLING FROM A DIRECT MEMORY
Just press the selected direct access memory button. The loudspeaker light lite on. Pick up the handset when your correspondent answers. Start the conversation in hands-free mode.
NOTE: The call duration counter starts 16 seconds after the last digit has been dialled.
3.5 RECEIVING A CALL There are two ways to answer the call: Lift the handset. Press the button, then start the conversation in hands-free mode. NOTE: If the ringer is disabled, the incoming call will signal on both the display and LED (flashing). Answer the call as described above. The call duration counter starts as soon as you answer the call. 3.6 USING HANDS-FREE MODE If you are in conversation using the handset and wish to change to the loudspeaker instead:
button and replace the handset.
The others around you can participate in the conversation.
Adjust the volume using the
Lift the handset to return to a private conversation.
3.7 ADJUSTING THE HANDSET VOLUME When the loudspeaker is disabled, you can increase the handset volume.
Press the Press the
button in order to increase the volume. button in order to decrease the volume.
3.8 USING THE MUTE FUNCTION This feature allows you disable your conversation from being heard by your correspondent during a conversation.
Your correspondent can no longer hear you. The mute icon will bedisplayed.
button again to resume the conversation.
3.9 PUTTING A CALL ON HOLD / TRANSFERRING A CALL You can put your correspondent on hold whilst you transfer your call to another parallel telephone in another room.
Your correspondent can no longer hear you. The mute icon will be displayed.
Replace the handset. Both you and your correspondent hear a beep in approximately 10 seconds interval. Mute icon will start flashing. Pick up the handset to resume the conversation. or Pick up the handset of the second telephone set to resume the conversation on that phone. The TEMPORIS 500 releases the line.
3.10 REDIALING THE LAST NUMBERS CALLED The redial memory's capacity is 32 digits. There are two ways to redial the last number called: IN OFF-HOOK MODE
The telephone automatically dial the last number called.
IN ON-HOOK MODE - EXTENDED REDIALING OF LAST NUMBER The TEMPORIS 500 records the last 5 numbers called.
The last number called is displayed.
buttons to display the last 5 numbers called.
button or lift the handset or press the hands-free key
The telephone will dial the number automatically. DELETING A NUMBER If you do not want the last numbers you called to be reviewed, you can delete them individually.
buttons to select the number to delete.
Press the Use or number)
button. buttons to select "ERASE?" (to delete the selected
or "ERASE ALL?" (to delete all the number)
button confirm erase.
4. PROGRAMMING YOUR TEMPORIS 500
Your TEMPORIS 500 has a configuration menu. To access the different sub-menus, when the telephone is in stand-by mode, follow the instructions given below. You can return to stand-by mode from any point in the menu or sub-menu by pressing the button again. Any procedure that has been started but not terminated will be aborted. If you make an error, e.g. entered wrong data, you will be prompted with 3 beeps tone.
12 NEW CALLS
Stand-by screen. button.
Select language. button gives access to the next subSet contrast. Set language. Set ring tone. Set date and time. Set call setting. Or unlock?
Each new press on the menu.
Call barring menu.
CHANGE PIN CODE?
Change the PIN.
NOTE: When a function is validated the screen displays "SAVED" and the telephone returns to the previous state after 1.5 seconds.
button to adjust the contrast.
button to confirm.
The TEMPORIS 500 offer 7 languages display: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Italian.
button, to confirm the language selection.
NOTE: Repeat the same procedure for other languages.
4.3 SELECTING AND ADJUSTING THE MELODY & THE VOUME There are two ways of selecting and adjusting the melody: - You can change the melody while the telephone is ringing before answering the call.
buttons to adjust the volume.
buttons to select the melody.
NOTE: When the changes are recorded. you can answer the call.
button until the screen displays "RING TONE".
Pick up the handset.
1 RING TONE
The telephone starts ringing.
buttons to modify the melody (1 to 4) off.
3 RING TONE
buttons to increase or decrease the volume.
Replace the handset.
4.4 SETTING DATE AND TIME The date and time icons flash until the date and the time are updated.
button until the screen displays "DATE/TIME".
Use the keypad to change the date in DD/MM.
18/05 10:20 SET DATE
button to save.
24H HOUR FORMAT
Select 12H or 24H using
Note: In certain countries, the date and time are update automatically if you subscribe to the CLI service.
4.5 CALL SETTING
4.5.1 AREA CODE When receive a CLI number that does not match with the area code, a prefix number should be added to the first number for redial.
Select "CALL SETTING" using the
Press the using the
button to confirm, and select "AREA CODE" and button.
302 AREA CODE
If it is necessary to change the area code, enter the new code using the "0~9" numeral keys. The cursor will move to next digit automatically.
22 AREA CODE
Note: Once a number key is pressed, the preset area code will be cleared. Remark: Whenever "CANCEL" key has pressed, whole area code is deleted.
button to confirm the change.
Remark: Area code is not in use in European countries and should be left blank.
4.5.2 PREFIX NUMBER
button to confirm, and select "PREFIX NUM" and button.
Press the button to confirm. The prefix number will be displayed and flashing.
020 PREFIX NUM
If it is necessary to change the prefix number, enter the new number using "0~9" nemeral keys. The cursor will move to next digit automatically.
35 PREFIX NUM
Note: Once a number key is pressed, the preset prefix number will be cleared.
Remark: Whenever "CANCEL" key has pressed, whole prefix code is deleted.
After 2 second, it returns to standby mode. Remark: Prefix code is not in use in European countries and should be left blank.
4.5.3 VOICEMAIL SETTING To verify or change voicemail number (16 digits):
button to confirm, and select "VOICEMAIL" or button.
Press the button to confirm and the voicemail number will be displayed.
If it is necessary to change the voicemail number , enter the new number with "0~9" numeral keys. The cursor will move to the next digit automatically.
Note: Once a number key is pressed, the last set voicemail number would be cleared. Remark: When the entry is more than 16 digits, the unit will emit error beep tone.
button to validate.
Note: Default setting: the voice mail number is empty.
4.5.4 DIAL MODE SETTING To select dial mode (tone / pulse 40 / 60 / pulse 33 / 66):
button to confirm, and select "DIAL MODE" or button.
Select "DIAL MODE" using the
4.5.5 FLASH TIME SETTING
button to confirm, and select "FLASH TIME" or button.
Press the button to confirm, and select "FLASH TIME INPUT" using the or button.
085 FLASH TIME INPUT
If it is necessary to change the flash time, enter the new setting with the "0~9" numeral keys. The cursor will move to next digit automatically.
125 FLASH TIME INPUT
Note: 1. Once a number key is pressed, the last set flash time will be cleared. 2. The flash time setting range is between 70ms~650ms. 3. If the entered value is not within this range, it will reset the last set value.
button to confirm the edit.
Note: Default flash setting: 100ms
4.5.6 PAUSE SETTING
button to confirm, and select "PAUSE TIME" or button.
Select input (Either 2 or 4 sec) using the
2 PAUSE TIME INPUT
Note: Default setting: the pause time is 2 seconds.
4.6 LOCK / UNLOCK When your telephone is locked: You can receive a call. You can dial up to 6 digits. The default PIN is 0000.
until you reach "LOCK?" menu.
ENTER PIN CODE
Enter your PIN.
If the PIN is incorrect, the display inform and ask you to try again.
If the PIN is incorrect, the display inform and ask you to try again. NOTE: If you forget your PIN, consult the " TROUBLESHOOTING " chapter.
4.7 CREATING / MODIFYING OR DELETING A DIRECTORY RECORD / DIRECT ACCESS MEMORIES You can use this sub-menu to program both the directory and the direct access memories. Your telephone has a directory with 50 entries. Each record is made up of a name and a number.
button or access keys (from M1 to M10). button until
Press the button, then press the the screen displays the right sub-menu.
Use the keypad to enter your correspondent's name. Wait for the cursor to moved before entering the next letter. To display M press the To display A press the To display R press the To display Y press the To insert a space, press
button once. button once button 3 times. button 3 times.
Use the keypad to enter your correspondent's number.
button to save the data in the directory.
NOTE: - Use the button to change a wrong entered character or number before saving.
MODIFYING A DIRECTORY RECORD
Press the record.
button then use
buttons to select the
button to confirm the selection. to modify the number and then
Modify the name, press press.
Use the button to delete any characters. Use the keypad to modify name or number.
ERASING A DIRECTORY RECORD Repeat step 1 and 2.
Select "ERASE?" using the
ERASING ALL DIRECTORY RECORD Repeat step 1 and 2.
Select "ERASE ALL?" using the
4.8 CHANGING THE PIN To access some features of the TEMPORIS 500 you need to use a PIN. The default PIN is 0000. You can change it to your own code.
button until the screen displays "CHANGE PIN CODE?".
ENTER OLD PIN
Enter the old PIN.
____ ENTER OLD PIN
ENTER NEW PIN
Enter the new PIN.
____ ENTER NEW PIN
CONFIRM NEW PIN
Confirming the new pin by entering it again.
4.9 PROGRAMMING THE MAILBOX NUMBER If you have programmed a mailbox number, it will dial automatically when you press the mailbox key.
button until the screen displays "CALL SETTING".
button to select voice mail.
Enter the phone number.
5. USING THE "CALLER IDENTIFICATION" SERVICES*
Your operator offers some services that are only available if you subscribe to them. The TEMPORIS 500 can work with the Caller Identification (CLI) service in on-hook mode or in conversation mode with a call waiting. The CLI service informs you of the calling party's number or name before you answer the call. This service is only available by subscription on public service telephone lines and on some PBXs. To subscribe: please contact your operator. 5.1 LIST OF CALLS* The list of calls is linked to the CLI service offered by your operator. It can record 30 different numbers of people whom have contacted you. When there is insufficient memory space, the oldest record will be replaced by the latest one. The display gives you the following information about the CLI service:
Missed calls (New calls) with total counter and Repeat Indicator Message in voicemail Date (Day / Month ) Time ( Hour : Minute ) Scroll up or down for more information
When a new calling line identity is received, the related information is recorded in the list of calls and the indicator light starts flashing. * On subscription from your network operator, subject to availability.
5.2 TO CONSULT THE CALL LOG
New calls in the list of calls.
The message light flashes.
New message your mailbox.
New calll Call number 12
Date of last call from JOHN Time of last call from JOHN 09/10 08:05
13585686845 JOHN You have been called by: JOHN
From line 13585686845 Last call was on October 9th at 8.05 PM.
You see the second new call.
11 09/10 08:05
5.3 SAVING A RECORD FROM THE LIST OF CALLS When a call record is displayed:
Enter the name, if not already proposed, and press to confirm. Modify the number if necessary and press
to save record.
5.4 DELETING A RECORD FROM THE LIST OF CALLS When a call record is displayed:
buttons and select erase?
5.5 CALLING A CORRESPONDENT FROM THE LIST OF CALLS When a call record is displayed:
button, or pick up the handset.
13585686845 JOHN Set up the call by either by picking up the handset or changing to hands-free mode.
6. CONNECTING AND USING A HEADSET*
6.1 CONNECTING A HEADSET
Plug the headset cable into the socket on the base of the telephone.
6.2 USING A HEADSET To use the headset, once you have plugged it in:
Slide the switch on the base towards the headset icon. Dial the number. You can now use the telephone in the normal way.
If you want to continue with your conversation using the handset instead, slide the switch back towards the handset icon.
* Not included with the TEMPORIS 500. Your headset must have an RJ9 connector. Please use headsets that are compliant with EN60950-1 and designed to be used with telephones.
7. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
7.1 TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM
The screen have no display. There is no dial tone. The screen have no display. There is dialing tone.
The telephone is not properly connected. The telephone was not initialised or the batteries are not in place.
Try re-connecting the telephone.
Pick up the handset and wait for the information to be displayed on the screen. Or insert the batteries. (See installation section) Refer to the " Selecting and adjusting the melody & the Volume" chapter. 1. Unplug the line code. 2. Remove the batteries (if batteries are used). 3. Wait for a minute. 4. Replace with battery. In case of use without batteries, connect the line cord. 5. Within 2 seconds, press " " key, then " R " key.
(All memory & setting will be deleted)
The telephone does not ring.
The ringer has been disabled.
Unable to unlock PIN.
Wrong PIN code.
No dialing tone when the set is The phone is configured connected to a "Telephony on in pulse dialing mode. Internet" box.
Press "Menu" key, then "OK". Go to "CALL SETTING" press "OK". Go to "DIAL MODE" Press "OK". Choose "TONE" Press "OK".
7.2 DEFAULTS SETTINGS Contrast Language Ring tone Area code Voice mail Dial mode Flash time Pause time Level 3 French 1 Empty Empty Tone 100ms 2S
7.3 GUARANTEE Your TEMPORIS 500 telephone is approved in conformity with European regulations, as attested by the CE mark. You are covered by a legal guarantee on this product. For all information concerning this guarantee, please contact your reseller. Regardless of the legal warranty covering the product, the reseller guarantees conformity of the products with their technical specifications for a period of twelve (12) months, parts and labour, starting from the date appearing on the proof of purchase of the product. You should therefore retain your invoice or till receipt specifying the date of purchase of the product and the name of the reseller. However, if the legal warranty applicable in your country exceeds twelve (12) months, then the legal warranty alone applies. The non-conforming part or product will be repaired or replaced free of charge, by an identical part or product, or one at least equivalent in terms of functionality and performance. If it proves impossible to repair or replace the item, the product will be reimbursed. The spare product or part, which may be either new or reconditioned, is guaranteed either for three months from the date of repair or until the end of the initial warranty period, whichever is the longer. All parts or products returned and replaced become the property of the manufacturer. However, this warranty does not apply in the following cases:
installation or use in a way that fails to comply with the instructions contained in this guide;
incorrect connection or non-standard use of the product, notably with accessories not designed for the purpose; normal wear and tear; failure to comply with the technical and safety standards prevailing in the state or country of use; devices subjected to shocks or falls; devices damaged by lightning, voltage surge, heat sources or radiation therefrom, water, exposure to excessive humidity, or any other cause external to the product itself; negligence or poor maintenance; maintenance, modification or repair of the product by persons not authorised by the manufacturer or reseller. SUBJECT TO LEGAL PROVISIONS, ALL WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE DESCRIBED HEREIN ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.
7.4 ENVIRONMENT This symbol means that your inoperative electronic appliance must be collected separately and not mixed with the household waste. The European Union has implemented a specific collection and recycling system for which producer's are responsible. This appliance has been designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components that can be recycled and reused. Electrical and electronic appliances are liable to contain parts that are necessary in order for the system to work properly but which can become a health and environmental hazard if they are not handled or disposed of in the proper way. Consequently, please do not throw out your inoperative appliance with the household waste. If you are the owner of the appliance, you must deposit it at the appropriate local collection point or leave it with the vendor when buying a new appliance. - If you are a professional user, please follow your supplier's instructions. - If the appliance is rented to you or left in your care, please contact your service provider Please help us protect the environment in which we live! 7.5 SAFETY Your telephone must be kept away from sources of excessive heat (radiators, direct sunlight, etc.) and protected against vibrations and dust. Never allow your telephone to come into contact with water or other liquids or aerosols. Working temperature range: + 5 C to + 40 C. Your telephone must be installed at least 1 metre away from electrical equipment such as a TV, mobile phone, computers, minitels, halogen hot-plates, halogen lamps. If you use your telephone on a broadband line (ADSL modem), remember to use an ADSL filter. To clean your telephone, use a lightly moistened antistatic cloth. Warning: the same standard classifies the mains voltage as dangerous.
Warning, your telephone must never come into contact with water.
You may, however, use a damp cloth to clean it. Never use solvents (trichlorethylene, acetone, etc.), which may damage the plastic surfaces. Never spray cleaning products on your phone. We advise you not to use the telephone during storms. Only use batteries with specifications identical to those mentioned in this guide (see the section "Inserting or replacing the batteries"). The use of batteries that do not conform represents a health risk and may damage your telephone. Do not attempt to open the batteries, as they contain chemical substances. In the event of leakage, avoid contact with the skin, eyes, mouth and nose. In the event of contact, rinse the affected part for twenty minutes in running water and seek medical assistance immediately. In the event of danger, the mains adapter acts as 230V power isolating device. It should therefore, as a precaution, be installed close to the appliance and be easily accessible. Clean the telephone with absorbent paper or a dry cloth and contact your reseller to change your batteries. !Do not use your telephone to notify a gas leak when you are in the vicinity of the leak. We recommend that you avoid using this device during electrical storms.
Ref: 905-T500004-00 06/12/05
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