for Cellular phone, 0.8 oz, Mic: Built-in - boom, Uni-directional
The JABRA BT200 is perfect combination of form and function. Its discreet, ergonomic design contains the latest Bluetooth technology to give you crystal clear sound quality whilst being simple to use and supporting all the voice-activated functions you enjoy in your Bluetooth mobile phone. Weighing only 23 grams, the design of the JABRA BT200 fits comfortably and securely behind the ear, the soft, one-size-fits all JABRA MiniGel channeling sound into the ear canal for perfect clarity. Being cord... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Jabra BT200 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|gary0033||7:29am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|I use the BT 200 on my land line in my office and the BT250 for my Mobile. Love the BT250. It seems to fit much better than the BT 200. Jabra is the best at what they do! This headset blows everything else out of the water.|
|dehuszar||11:58am on Friday, August 20th, 2010|
|I have a motorola v330. Went with the motorola 850 but could not hear due to flat ear piece.|
|Michael Spencer||11:51pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010|
|This is the only headset that is an aftermarket bluetooth unit that will work with my Sprnt PCS phone. It is a great headset!|
|dmwilson||8:45am on Friday, June 4th, 2010|
|product is great if you want to avoid the hassle of messing with wires when trying to use a headset, really good especially for driving. however.|
|southbeach||12:52pm on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|I have a motorola v330. Went with the motoro... priced right static all the time Works fine as soon as it answers... On my Treo 600, I had to turn the headset on, wait till it made reception, then answer my phone.|
|wardrobe||5:14am on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|Reception gave no problems but poor build quality is the major flaw as my first Jabra BT200 broke after 6 months and the replacement one has now gone ...|
|Honey5009||1:28am on Tuesday, April 13th, 2010|
|Better compatibility with my Treo 600 using the Jabra A210 receiver... BUT, the reception seems worse and only about two weeks after buying it.|
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Learning to Use the JABRA FreeSpeakTM BT200 Wireless Mobile Headset for Bluetooth Phones
JABRA Corporation 91 Towne Centre Drive, Suite San Diego, California 921 USA 800 EAR 2230 (USA and Canada) Tel: 9955 Fax: 0353 E-mail: email@example.com www.jabra.com www.jabra.com/fscs
2002 JABRA Corporation, a GN Netcom company. All rights reserved. Patents pending. JABRA, the JABRA logo, and EarGels are registered trademarks of JABRA Corporation in the USA and may be registered in other countries. FreeSpeak, MiniGel and Eargonomic are trademarks of JABRA. Bluetooth is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and is used by JABRA under license. Design and specifications subject to change without notice. The JABRA FreeSpeak headset may not be authorized for use in some countries. 500-00225-00
This Manual is in English Spanish/Espaol (page 27) French/Franais (page 53)
Headset for Bluetooth Phones
FreeSpeak.The best connection is cord-free.
LED in-use indicator Multi-function on/off
JABRA FreeSpeak Wireless Mobile Headset Table of Contents
What is Included in This Package?...3 Headset Feature Overview....4
Preparing Your JABRA FreeSpeak...6
Charging the Battery and Talk Time....6 Turning Your Headset ON and OFF....7 Introduction to Bluetooth Pairing....8 Pairing to a Bluetooth Phone....8 Attaching the Charging Cradle Clip....9
Lets others know youre on the line.
Supports voiceactivated dialing and answer/ end commands.
(Varies with phone model.)
Using Your JABRA FreeSpeak Headset..1 0
About the MiniGel....10 Choosing Left or Right Ear Wearing Style...10 Placing the Headset on Your Ear...Making a Call.....Ending a Call......Answering a Call.....Transferring a Call.....Call-waiting.....1
Channels sound for superior clarity and reception. Pivots for use in either ear.
Lithium polymer battery
Charger/holder Uni-directional microphone
Emphasizes your voice over any background noise.
Versatile all-in-one design includes a belt clip.
Other Useful Things to Know....1 3
3 Controlling Headset Volume....Understanding the FreeSpeak Indicators....Frequently Asked Questions....Troubleshooting.....1 FreeSpeak Specifications....19 FreeSpeak Models.....20 Safety, Electromagnetic Interference, and General Information..21 FCC Notice to Users and Product Statements...22 European CE Notice to Users and Product Statements..23 Industry Canada Notice to Users and Product Statements..23 Contacting JABRA.....24 JABRA Limited Product Warranty...25
Provides easy, one-touch access.
Introducing Your JABRA FreeSpeak Wireless Mobile Headset for Bluetooth Phones
Thank you for purchasing the JABRA FreeSpeak headset. Your FreeSpeak enables convenient cord-free communications with Bluetooth mobile phones and other Bluetooth devices. It works with Bluetooth devices from a variety of different manufacturers, provided they are compatible with Bluetooth (version 1.1 or higher) and support the Bluetooth headset profile. To learn how to use your FreeSpeak appropriately, please take a few moments to read the manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. For your safety, please ensure that you are fully accustomed with FreeSpeak before using it while driving. Thank you again for choosing JABRA. We trust that FreeSpeak will become a valuable part of your mobile communications. Please remember to register your FreeSpeak and to contact us with your feedback at www.jabra.com/fscs.
What is included in this package?
Your JABRA BT200 FreeSpeak headset package includes: One JABRA FreeSpeak headset
One JABRA charging cradle for holding the FreeSpeak and charging the headset battery
Removable charging cradle clip for belt or purse
One AC power adapter used with charging cradle for charging headset (not exactly as shown)
Three JABRA MiniGels (one attached to headset, plus two additional)
Headset Feature Overview
Name Headset Indicator Light (LED)
Description Indicator light shows status of the headset ACTIVE (call in progress) STANDBY (ready for call) OFF Controls various functions of the headset including initiating, answering, transferring, and ending calls. Also used for turning headset on and off, as well as pairing the headset to a Bluetooth phone.
Multi-Function or Answer/End Button
Labeled and referred to by the 11 symbol: To make the button easy to locate, it is slightly raised. 3 3. 4. 7 5. 6. Volume Control Button Microphone Speaker MiniGel Adjusts the loudness of the sound that you hear. Labeled by: For outgoing audio. For incoming audio. One-size-fits-all gel for either ear. (FreeSpeak should only be used with the MiniGel in place.) Contacts for charging the battery. 13 N/A N/A 10
Preparing Your JABRA FreeSpeak
Charging the battery and talk time
Before using FreeSpeak you will need to put the headset in its charging cradle and charge it fully. (The headset may be either on or off.) Insert FreeSpeak carefully by holding it on both sides and pushing it in while rotating counterclockwise, as shown below. To remove the headset, carefully hold the headset on both sides and pull while rotating clockwise, following the same sequence shown below, but in reverse.
Full charging provides up to 3 hours of talk time or up to 96 hours of standby time. FreeSpeaks battery does not need to be completely used before charging. If the charger is left connected, it will not overcharge the battery. Low Battery Warning Indicators: The headset needs to be recharged (steps 1-5) when you hear 3 rapid high-pitched tones through the headsets speaker at 30 second intervals, or when you see the indicator flash quickly 3 times every 3 seconds. Once the low battery indicators start, you have approximately 3 to 5 minutes of talk time remaining.
Turning your headset ON and OFF
To turn your FreeSpeak ON: 1 Remove the headset from the charging cradle. 1 To begin charging: 1 Plug the AC power adapter into the charging cradle. 2. Plug the AC power adapters plug into an electrical wall outlet. 3. While charging, the indicator light on the headset is on and remains lit until charging is complete. The FreeSpeak headset indicator light will only turn on if the headset is fully inserted into its charging cradle. If the light on the FreeSpeak still does not turn on, see Troubleshooting. 4. Charge the unit for approximately 2 hours or until the indicator light goes out. 5. You can now remove the headset from the charging cradle. If you remove your headset from the charging cradle (with the AC power adapter plugged in), then your headset will automatically turn on (standby mode). If there is an incoming call and your headset is in the charging cradle (with the AC power adapter plugged in), then you can answer the call on your headset simply by removing your headset from the charging cradle. 2 2. Press and hold the button firmly for at least 3 seconds until the indicator light emits a very short burst of flashes and the speaker emits a quick series of beeps in ascending order. 3. Without delay, release the button. An indicator light on the outside of your FreeSpeak will flash every 3 seconds while the headset is turned on. The headset is now in standby mode and ready for use. If you remove your headset from the charging cradle (with the AC power adapter plugged in), then your headset will automatically turn on (standby mode). To turn your FreeSpeak OFF: 1 Press and hold the. button firmly for at least 3 seconds until the indicator light emits a very short burst of flashes and the speaker emits a quick series of beeps in descending order. 2. Without delay, release the button. The headset is now turned off. There will be no indicator light activity in this mode. You will need to wait 5 seconds before turning it on again. As long as you are recharging your headset regularly, you do not need to turn your headset off after using it you only need to end the call (see Ending a call ).
Introduction to Bluetooth pairing
With a Bluetooth phone or other device, you must pair the headset with the device before you use your headset for the first time. Pairing creates a unique wireless link between two Bluetooth devices, eliminating the need to repeat the pairing process during future use. The pairing process may vary depending on the device with which you pair FreeSpeak (see the devices operating guide). The following section describes how to pair your FreeSpeak headset to a typical Bluetooth phone.
8. Your phones display may also ask whether you want to change the headsets name. If so prompted, we recommend that you approve the JABRA BT200 name rather than modify it. 9. If the FreeSpeak indicator light is still steadily lit, pairing was unsuccessful and you will need to turn FreeSpeak off, return to step 1, and try again.
Attaching the charging cradle clip
The charging cradle can be fastened to a belt or purse using the supplied clip. To attach the clip: 1 Locate the two slots on the charging cradle as shown below. 2. Position the clip with one flange in one slot. (Ensure that the hinge of the belt clip is in the same orientation relative to the charging cradle as shown.) 3. Press clip gently onto the charging cradle until the other flange fits into the other slot securely. You should hear a clicking sound when the clip is correctly attached.
Pairing to a Bluetooth phone
To pair your FreeSpeak with a Bluetooth phone: 1 Ensure that the FreeSpeak headset is off (see Turning your headset. ON and OFF ). 2. Press and hold down the button for approximately 7 seconds until the headset indicator light turns on steadily. (There will be some short flashes before it goes on steadily.) 3. While the light is still steadily lit, release the button. The indicator light will remain on, indicating that the FreeSpeak is in pairing mode and waiting to communicate with another Bluetooth pairing device. 4. Follow the operating instructions for your Bluetooth phone to start the pairing process. Typically, this is done by going to a setup or connect menu and then selecting the options to discover Bluetooth devices. It may take several seconds to establish a connection. 5. Your phones display should indicate to you that it found the JABRA BT200 headset and ask if you want to pair it. You should confirm this. 6. The phones display should then prompt you for a passkey or PIN. Enter a sequence of four zeros: 0000. 7. To indicate that pairing has been successful, the headset indicator light will briefly flash rapidly before it goes back to flashing every 3 seconds (standby mode).
Using Your JABRA FreeSpeak Headset
Once you have charged, paired, and placed FreeSpeak in standby mode, you are ready to wear and use FreeSpeak.
Making a call
Now that you are wearing FreeSpeak (in standby mode), there are different ways to make a call. Calling with the phones keypad 1 Using the phones keypad, dial the phone number. 2. Press the phones send key the phone initiates the call and transfers the call from the phone to the headset automatically. Calling with the headset using voice commands If your phone supports voice-activated dialing, you can use this feature with FreeSpeak. Note that voice-activated dialing on your phone must be enabled and voice tags (names and commands) previously stored. (Please refer to the phones user guide for instructions on storing voice tags.) 1 Place the headset in the desired wearing style. 2. Briefly press the button on the headset. 3. After the tone, say the name of the person you wish to call. 4. The phone automatically dials your selection, and you see the details of the call on the phone screen (varies with phone model). 5. When connected, you are free to communicate normally. Hint: We recommend that you record all such voice tags using FreeSpeak in order to train your phone to recognize voice tags that come through FreeSpeaks microphone instead of the phones microphone. Please consult your phone manufacturers web site for the latest recording methods and known issues.
About the MiniGel
If this is your first JABRA product, you may be new to the MiniGel, which is an evolution of JABRAs EarGel. The soft ergonomic gel tip on the end of the FreeSpeak is partially inserted into your ear canal. It channels sound directly into your ear without occluding it. This improves your ability to hear conversations clearly even when your local environment is noisy. The MiniGel works for either the left or right ear depending on your preference. To care for your MiniGel, remove it from the headset by gently lifting and pulling it off the speaker housing. Then, wash it in warm, soapy water. Never use your FreeSpeak headset without a MiniGel.
Choosing left or right ear wearing style
FreeSpeak can be worn on either ear. The MiniGel is attached in the factory for wearing in the right ear. To reposition it for wearing in the left ear: 1 Carefully remove the MiniGel by gently lifting and pulling it off. the speaker housing. 2. Rotate the MiniGel 180 degrees from its original orientation. 3. Replace the MiniGel onto the speaker housing.
Placing the headset on your ear
Initially, you may find it convenient to use a mirror as you follow the instructions below. After some practice, you should be able to place the headset on your ear with just one hand. 1 Place headset behind your ear. 2. Loop top of headset over front of ear 3. Insert MiniGel into ear canal
Ending a call
Use either of the following methods to end a call: To end a call from the headset press the headsets End a call from the phones keypad. After either method you should hear a series of descending tones. The indicator light on the headset should also be flashing once every 3 seconds indicating that the headset is in standby mode and that you have ended your call. button.
Answering a Call
Once FreeSpeak is in standby mode, it enables you to receive incoming calls without handling your phone. During an incoming call, a ring tone will sound on your phone, as usual. You will also hear ring tones through the headsets speaker. When you hear the tones, answer your incoming call by pressing the button on your FreeSpeak and speak normally. If there is an incoming call and your headset is in the charging cradle (with the AC power adapter plugged in), then you can answer the call on your headset simply by removing your headset from the charging cradle. You may also answer the call by using your phones keypad. In this case you can transfer the call to the headset by following the instructions in the next section.
Other Useful Things to Know
Controlling headset volume
Decrease Volume FreeSpeak offers louder speaker volume than most headsets due to its active battery-powered amplifier. You may adjust the volume of its speaker to eight pre-set levels. A recessed oval area identifies the part of the button which decreases the volume. As you press the units volume control, you should hear the volume change. At the loudest and softest levels, you will hear a single beep, indicating maximum and minimum volume. In addition, some phones allow you to control the volume of FreeSpeak by using the phones volume controls. This feature varies by manufacturer.
Transferring a call
To transfer a call from the phone to the headset, briefly press the headsets button. If the headset is off, you will simply need to turn it on (see Turning your headset ON and OFF ). To transfer a call from the headset to the phone, turn the headset off (see Turning your headset ON and OFF ). Note that some phones will require you to complete the transfer using the phones keypad.
Understanding the FreeSpeak indicators
FreeSpeak provides indications of charging, pairing, and calling status as described in the following table. Headset Status (Visible) Power Off Standby (ready for call) Active (call in progress) Charging In Process Charging Complete Pairing Mode Pairing Successful Headset Indicator Light
OFF Flashes every 3 seconds Flashes every second ON (while FreeSpeak is in charging cradle) OFF (while FreeSpeak is in charging cradle) ON (when FreeSpeak is not in charging cradle) Brief series of rapid flashes after pairing mode
Some phones allow you to accept another incoming call while you are using FreeSpeak. This feature varies by mobile service provider and phone model. If you normally hear a beep, you will still hear this beep with your headset. If your phone service supports this feature, you can use either your phones keypad or your headset. To use your phones keypad (recommended), you can switch between calls using the standard method as specified by your phone manufacturer. To use the headset to switch between calls, briefly press FreeSpeaks button once. As with your phone controls, you may then return to the initial call by briefly pressing the button once more.
Headset Status (Audible) Volume Limit Headset Indicator Tones
Frequently asked questions
How far from my phone will my JABRA wireless headset work? Your JABRA headset range is typically up to 30 feet (approximately 10 meters) from the Bluetooth phone. In general, you will get the best performance when there are no obstructions (including parts of your body) between your FreeSpeak headset and Bluetooth phone. As the limits of the range are reached, you will hear a crackling noise along with your conversation. Will anything interfere with my conversation when I use a JABRA wireless headset? Appliances such as cordless phones and wireless networking equipment may cause interference with your conversation, usually adding a crackling noise. In rare cases, interference may prevent the headset from communicating altogether. To reduce any interference, keep FreeSpeak away from other devices that use or produce radio waves. Will my JABRA wireless headset interfere with my cars electronics, radio, or computer? Your JABRA wireless headset produces significantly less power than a typical mobile phone. It also emits signals only in compliance with the international Bluetooth standard (www.bluetooth.com). Subsequently, you should not expect any interference with standard consumer-grade electronics equipment. Can my conversation be heard by other Bluetooth phone users? When you pair your headset to your Bluetooth phone, you are creating a private link between only these two Bluetooth devices. The wireless Bluetooth technology used in your headset is not easily monitored by third parties. In addition, Bluetooth wireless signals are significantly lower in power than those produced by a typical mobile phone. Thus, these signals are much harder to detect by third parties. What about radio frequency power? The FreeSpeak headset produces 1%, or less, of a typical mobile phones radio frequency power. Is it OK to wear my FreeSpeak in the rain or shower? FreeSpeak is NOT a waterproof device. Do not wear your headset in the rain or shower. Exposure to water may damage the product.
Single beep when either lower or upper volume limit reached
Low Battery Indicator 3 rapid beeps repeated every 30 seconds while on a call. 3 beeps every 5 minutes in standby mode indicates 3 to 5 minutes left of talk time. Out of Range Pressed Incoming Call Pairing Confirmation Active Mode Started
(Establish Audio Link)
No audio indications: deterioration of audio quality will alert user Single high-pitched beep Ring tone Single high-pitched tone Quick series of 4 tones, low to high pitch Quick series of 4 tones, high to low pitch
Active Mode Ended
(End Call/Audio Link Closed)
Power On Power Off
Quick series of 4 tones low to high pitch Quick series of 4 tones high to low pitch
16 What is that beeping sound in my ear? Beeping sounds may come from a number of sources. They may be part of the mobile service/phone indicating that you have a call-waiting or that your mobile phones battery is low. You will also hear a beeping sound when the JABRA headsets battery is low. This beeping will sound like a short sequence of tones as described in Understanding the FreeSpeak indicators. Nothing is working what should I do? The best place to start is at the Troubleshooting section of this manual. If none of the suggestions work, then please visit our web site at www.jabra.com/fscs for the latest customer support information or contact us through the methods listed. Will FreeSpeak work with laptops, PCs, and PDAs? The FreeSpeak headset will work with all devices that are compliant with Bluetooth version 1.1 and include the headset profile. The first such suppliers included many cellular phone manufacturers and some personal digital assistant (PDA) manufacturers. As Bluetooth becomes widespread, more and more manufacturers will support headset profile implementations of Bluetooth. Can the battery be recycled? Yes, lithium polymer batteries can be recycled. Recycling regulations vary depending on where you live so please dispose of the headset accordingly. Why dont I get as much talk time as I used to? Your battery may have exceeded the manufacturers total number of recharging cycles. Contact JABRA customer support or go to www.jabra.com/fscs for further information. How do I take care of FreeSpeak? The headset is virtually maintenance-free. 1 To clean the headset, use a clean, soft cloth that is slightly damp. 2. Do not expose FreeSpeak to extreme temperatures, such as storing it on a vehicle dashboard.
Learning how to use a Bluetooth headset takes more time than a regular headset, but it offers considerable benefits once youve mastered it. Here are some common symptoms and solutions that will help get you going quickly. Symptom Indicator light on headset does not turn on when charging Solution Ensure that the headset is fully inserted into the charging cradle. Ensure that the AC power adapter is plugged firmly into an electrical wall outlet. Ensure that the cable coming from the AC power adapter is firmly plugged all the way into the charging cradle. Headset indicator light does not blink Headset does not pair with Bluetooth phone Phone does not respond quickly when is pressed Ensure that the headset is charged, on, and not in pairing mode. If your phone indicates that pairing was unsuccessful, then ensure that all other nearby Bluetooth devices (except the FreeSpeak headset) are off and reattempt pairing. You may have to wait a little longer than usual when activating calls on your regular mobile phone. If the delay is too long and you miss a call, you can either change the number of rings before your phone goes to voicemail or you can answer calls using your phones keypad first. If you connect to numerous Bluetooth devices and have previously paired them with your phone, you may find that your phone responds faster if you eliminate any unneeded devices from the list of Bluetooth devices registered in your phone.
18 Phone does not respond quickly when is pressed (continued) Your phones manual should indicate how to do this. Some phones have difficulties with Bluetooth devices. You may need to turn off the power to your phone and then turn it back on again. There may be interference present in your environment; distance yourself from any known wireless devices. Phone or headset does not respond at all when is pressed Some phones have difficulties with Bluetooth devices. You may need to turn off the power to your phone and then turn it back on again. You may need to reset the headset. This can be done by placing the headset back into the charging cradle for recharging (see Charging the battery and talk time ). Wait 5 seconds while the reset process completes. Then you can disconnect the charger and attempt to use your headset again. Crackling noise There is an interfering signal nearby. You have exceeded the 30 ft. wireless range. button too The indicator light on You may have pressed the long when you were answering or making a my FreeSpeak went call. The headset went into pairing mode. on unexpectedly and To turn the headset off press and hold the isnt going off button for 3 seconds. You will NOT have to pair your headset again.
Bluetooth Compliance With Bluetooth version 1.1 devices that support the headset profile Bluetooth Power Maximum Cord-free Link Distance Headset Weight Typical Talk Time Typical Standby Time 2.5 milliWatts (0.0025 Watts) 30 feet (approx. 10 meters) 0.8 oz or 23g 3 hours 96 hours
Typical Charging Time 2 hours Battery Type Other Comments Rechargeable lithium polymer (recycle accordingly not field serviceable) Not waterproof
The following product models are available for FreeSpeak in North America. Other products and accessories are under development, so please check our web site for more information. Product and Part Number Headset for Bluetooth Phones 1 00-91 000000-02 Package Contents JABRA FreeSpeak headset Charging cradle (charger/holder) AC power adapter (VAC, 60Hz) one-size-fits-all MiniGels Illustrated user guide in 3 languages: English, Spanish, French
Safety, electromagnetic interference, and general information
Warning: Contains small parts which may be hazardous to children under the age of 3. If any part of this product should fall into a liquid, or should liquid fall into it, unplug all electrical connections. Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility. Switch OFF FreeSpeak before boarding any aircraft to prevent the risk of interference with aircraft communication systems. Switch OFF the headset in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals and healthcare facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to EMI. Patients with implanted cardiac pacemakers should consult their physicians before using FreeSpeak.
Headset and Adapter for Non-Bluetooth Phones 1 00-91 030000-02
JABRA FreeSpeak headset Multi-adapter (charger/holder/ Bluetooth adapter) with belt clip 2.5mm, 3-conductor audio plug AC power adapter (VAC, 60Hz) one-size-fits-all MiniGels 1 stylus Illustrated user guide in 3 languages: English, Spanish, French JABRA FreeSpeak headset Multi-adapter (charger/holder/ Bluetooth adapter) with belt clip 2.5mm, 4-conductor audio plug for Nokia 3300 and 8800 series phones Audio socket adapter for Nokia 5100, 6100, 7100 series phones AC power adapter (VAC, 60Hz) one-size-fits-all MiniGels 1 stylus Illustrated user guide in 3 languages: English, Spanish, French
Headset and Adapter for Non-Bluetooth Phones (version for certain Nokia Phones) 1 00-91 430000-02
FCC notice to users and product statements
This device complies with part 1 of the FCC Rules. Operation is 5 subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by JABRA (GN Netcom) will void the users authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 1 of the FCC Rules. 5 These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
European CE notice to users and product statements
This product is CE marked according to the provisions of the R & TTE Directive (99/5/EC). Hereby, GN Netcom, declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. For further information please consult http://www.gnnetcom.com. Please note that this product uses radio frequency bands not harmonized within EU. Within the EU this product is intended to be used in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland. Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and within EFTA in Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.
Industry Canada notice to users and product statements
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause interference and (2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and away from windows to provide maximum shielding. Equipment (or its transmit antenna) that is installed outdoors is subject to licensing. The term IC: before the certification/registration number only signifies that registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that industry Canada approved the equipment.
Mail JABRA Corporation 9171 Towne Centre Drive, Suite 500 San Diego, CA 921 USA 22 General: www.jabra.com FreeSpeak Customer Support: www.jabra.com/fscs Information: firstname.lastname@example.org Sales: email@example.com Tech Support: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 1 (800) 327-2230 (toll-free in U.S. and Canada) Tel: (858) 622-9955 Fax: (858) 622-0353
JABRA limited product warranty
JABRA warrants to Purchaser that for a period of one (1) year after the date of purchase (the Warranty Period) of any JABRA Product (Product) by Purchaser, the Product will substantially conform to JABRAs published specifications for the Product on the date of Purchasers purchase of the Product, subject to the terms herein. Purchaser shall notify JABRA of any nonconformance during the Warranty Period and obtain a return material authorization (RMA), by phone at (800) 327-2230, or (858) 622-9955, or by email at email@example.com or in writing to the address listed below. Purchaser must send the nonconforming Product with the original receipt, or a copy of the original receipt, as proof of purchase date and the RMA number that has been issued for the nonconforming Product to: JABRA Corporation, 91 Towne 71 Centre Drive, Suite 500, San Diego, California 921 22, Attn: RMA #, freight prepaid by Purchaser, with a statement describing the nonconformity. JABRAs exclusive obligation with respect to nonconforming Product shall be, at JABRAs option and expense, to repair or replace such Product so that it substantially conforms with its published specifications on the date of Purchasers purchase, or, if JABRA, in JABRAs sole discretion, determines that it is not possible to repair or replace the Product, JABRA may, at JABRAs option, refund to Purchaser the purchase price paid for the Product. THE FOREGOING IS PURCHASERS SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY BY JABRA WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. The warranty set forth above shall not apply to any Product which has not been properly used or handled in accordance with the instructions supplied by JABRA, or which has been modified, repaired or altered, except by JABRA authorized service facility, or which has been subjected to faulty installation, misuse, abuse, or which the Product defect is attributable to any failure or damage which is beyond reasonable control of JABRA. This warranty is available only to Purchaser, and does not extend to any distributors, retailers, or other resellers of the Product. THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE THE SOLE WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, GIVEN BY JABRA IN CONNECTION WITH THE PRODUCT, AND JABRA DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. JABRA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE PRODUCT, EVEN IF JABRA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THE LIABILITY OF JABRA HEREUNDER FOR ALL CLAIMS SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY PURCHASER TO JABRA FOR THE PRODUCT GIVING RISE TO JABRAS LIABILITY.
JABRA BT200 User Manual
For Non Bluetooth Phones
Bluetooth Mobile Headset
FOR ALL BLUETOOTH MOBILE PHONES
English.... 3 Franais... 29 Deutsch... 57 Italiano... 83 Nederlands... 111 Espaol... 139 Dansk... 166 Suomi... 193 Svenska... 219
Introduction..... 4 Whats in the Package?..... 5 JABRA BT300 Bluetooth Headset Features... 6 Choose Right or Left Ear Wearing Style.... 8 Placing the Headset on your Ear.... 9 Using your JABRA BT300 Headset.... 10 Charging & Battery Time..... 13 Linking (Pairing) the Headset to the Multi-adapter... 15 Making a Call with the JABRA BT200.... 16 Speaker Volume & Volume Control Buttons... 20 Optimising Audio Quality..... 21 Using JABRA BT200 Bluetooth Phones... 22 Audio & Visual Indicators.... 22 JABRA BT200 Specifications.... 24 Storage of Headset..... 24 Certification & Safety Approvals / General Information... 25 Warranty & Parts Replacement..... 26
PART NUMBER BT200-31
REVISION NUMBER Revision A
The JABRA BT200 Bluetooth Headset is a lightweight wireless headset utilising Bluetooth technology. The Bluetooth Multi-Adapter supplied plugs directly into your non-Bluetooth phone to allow convenient cordless connection. (Connection varies with phone model and may require an audio adapter) The Headset contains a microphone and a speaker, and is intended for hands free communications with mobile phones. Power for the Bluetooth Multi-Adapter and Headset are provided by an integral rechargeable battery. The battery must be charged with the supplied charger / holder and mains power adapter. Battery Life is approximately 3 hours (Talk Time) and 96 hours standby time. Please read this user booklet before you start using the product and make sure that you:
Whats in the Package?
Your JABRA BT200 Bluetooth headset includes a Bluetooth headset, Bluetooth Multi-Adapter and charging solution. Enclosed in this package you will find:
One JABRA BT200 Bluetooth headset (Headset Includes One JABRA MiniGel) One JABRA Multi-Adapter Bluetooth Adapter, Audio Connector, headset holder and
One JABRA mains power adapter used with the Multi-Adapter for charging the
headset and Multi-Adapter batteries. (Please use only the supplied compatible charger for this device)
Fully charge your JABRA BT200 headset and Multi-Adapter before you use it the first
time. (see Page 13)
Make sure that connect the Multi-Adapter to your mobile phone before you start
making calls. (see page 16) Thank you for choosing the JABRA BT200, we hope that you are happy with your choice!
One removable charging cradle clip to attach the headset to you for easy carrying One JABRA Audio socket adapter (included in certain versions) One small stylus for pairing the Multi-Adapter. Two spare JABRA MiniGels One JABRA BT200 User Guide
JABRA BT200 Bluetooth Headset Features
1. Headset Indicator Light (BLUE LED) Indicates the status of the headset. 2. Multi-Function Button (MFB): controls various functions of the headset. 3. Volume Control Button: adjusts the speaker (receive) volume + / -. 4. Speaker: for incoming audio. 5. Microphone: voice input for outgoing audio. 6. MiniGel: One-Size-Fits-All for either ear. (JABRA BT200 should only be used with the MiniGel in place.) 7. Charging Port: contacts for charging the battery. 8. Audio Connector: Plugs into your phone to connect the headset and phone together. 9. Stylus Switch: Switch used to pair the Multi-Adapter with the headset or to adjust audio quality. 10. Multi- Adapter Indicator Light (LED): Indicator used to show operating mode of the Multi-Adapter.
Choose Right or Left Ear Wearing Style
The JABRA BT200 Bluetooth headset can be worn on either ear, the MiniGel is attached to the product for wearing on the right ear. To position for wearing on either ear please use the simple instruction as follows: 1. Hold the headset firmly and carefully remove the MiniGel by gently lifting and pulling it from the speaker housing. 2. Rotate the MiniGel 180 from its position. 3. Replace the MiniGel onto the speaker housing. 4. The Headset is now ready for wearing on the left ear. 5. To change from left to right wearing styles please repeat the steps above rotating the MiniGel position for either left or right ears. 8
Placing the Headset on your Ear
In order to wear the headset please follow these instructions: 1. Place the JABRA BT200 Headset behind your ear. 2. Loop the top of the headset over the top of your ear. 3. Place the MiniGel into your ear canal. 4. The microphone will then be positioned in the direction of your voice.
Using your JABRA BT200 Headset
The multi-adapter needs to be ON for the headset to work. To turn the multi-adapter on: 1. Remove the headset from the multi-adapter, this will automatically turn the multi-adapter ON. 2. The multi-adapter will then be in standby mode and ready for use. 3. The indicator light will flash every 3 seconds. 4. To turn the multi-adapter OFF, simply insert the headset to the multi-adpater holder. Turning your headset ON and OFF To switch your JABRA BT200 on: 1. Remove the headset from the multi-adapter. 2. Press and hold the Multi-Function button firmly for at least 3 seconds until the indicator light flashes rapidly. 3. Release the Multi-Function Button. 4. The headset will now be switched ON (standby mode) and the indicator light will continue to slow flash every 3 seconds.
To switch your headset off: 1. Press and hold the Multi-Function Button for 3 seconds until the indicator light flashes rapidly. 2. Release the button. The headset is now turned off and the indicator light will no longer flash. (Please note you will need to wait at least 5 seconds before switching the headset back on.) Attaching the charger cradle clip The charging cradle can be fastened to your belt or clothes using the supplied clip. To attach the clip to the cradle follow these simple instructions: 1. Locate the two slots on the charging cradle as shown. 2. Position the clip with one end in the top slot on the cradle. 3. Press the clip gently onto the charger cradle until the other end fits into the bottom slot securely. 4. You will hear a clicking sound when this is correctly attached.
Using the stylus switch Inside the multi-adapter there is a hidden switch which is used for a number of functions. The stylus switch is accessible via a hole in the multi-adapter, just next to the charging port socket. Inside the hole you will see a small white rectangle which is the stylus switch. Using the stylus provided in the pack, you can press the switch when instructed in this user guide. Using the audio adapter Some mobile phones do not have standard sockets for headsets to be connected. So, these phones often have adapters available to make your phone compatible with standard headsets. Depending on the version of JABRA BT200 you have, your package may include a JABRA audio adapter. To connect the multi-adapter to your phone using the audio adapter: 1. Plug the audio adapter into your phone. 2. Plug the jack plug from the multi-adapter into the socket on the audio adapter. 12
Charging & Battery Time
Before you can use your JABRA BT200 headset, you need to place it in its Multi-Adapter and charge it fully. SEE FIGS 1 & 2 (Please note that the headset can be ON or OFF while charging.) A fully charged battery provides up to 3 hours of talktime, and up to 96 hours of standby time. The JABRA BT200 battery does not need to be completely used before charging you can re-charge the product at any time. If the charger is left connected and charging it will not over charger the battery.
To charge the headset and multi-adapter , please follow this guide: 1. Insert the travel chargers electrical plug into an electrical outlet. 2. Plug the mains travel charger connector into the charger port on your multi-adapter.
3. While charging, the indicator light (BLUE LED) on the headset and multi-adapter are lit, and will remain lit, until both the headset and multi-adapter are fully charged. (The LED will only turn on if the headset is correctly inserted into the multi-adapter.) 4. Charge the headset and multi-adapter for approximately 2 hours, or until both the indicator lights go out. 5. You can now remove the headset from the multi-adapter and it will be ready to use. If you remove the headset from the multi-adapter (with the power supply plugged in) the headset will automatically turn on (standby mode). If there is an incoming call when the headset is in the multi-adapter then you can answer the call as described in section making and receiving calls. Low Battery Warning: The headset needs re-charging when you hear three rapid high tones through the headsets speaker at 30-second intervals, and see the LED flash quickly 3 times every 3 seconds. Once the low battery warning indicators start you have 3-5 minutes of talktime left and you will then need to follow the above steps 1-4.
Linking (Pairing) the Headset to the Multi-adapter
Pairing creates a unique wireless link between two Bluetooth devices such as the JABRA BT200 headset and multi-adapter. You should NOT have to pair your headset and multiadapter they have already been paired in the factory for you. If you want to use a different JABRA multi-adapter or headset, then please follow the steps below: 1. Ensure that the main power adapter is not plugged in. 2. Ensure that the JABRA BT200 is switched OFF. 3. Using the stylus supplied, press down on the stylus switch (see Using the Stylus Switch section) for 6 seconds until the multi-adapter indicator light stays lit. Then Release. (Note that the indicator light will flash during the 6 seconds but keep pressing until on constant.) 4. Without delay, press the multi-function on/off button on the headset for 6 seconds until its indicator light stays on constant. Then release the button. 5. After a short period, both the indicator lights will flash in standby mode (every 3 seconds). 6. The headset and multi-adapter are now paired. You will not need to repeat this process in the future because the headset and the multi-adapter are now paired. 15
Connecting the multi-adapter to your phone The multi-adapter needs to be connected to your phone. To enjoy cordless communication with the JABRA BT200 simply: 1. Locate the headset socket on your phone. 2. Plug in the jack from the multi-adapter.
b) Making a Call Using Voice Dialing 1. Place the headset in the desired wearing style. 2. On the Headset - Press the Multi Function Button. 3. A short tone will prompt you to say the name of the person you wish to call (as entered in the phones voicedial phonebook directory). Speak the voice tag name. 4. The phone automatically dials your selection, and you see the details of the call on the phone screen. 5. When connected you are free to communicate normally via the headset. (Note : Please refer to the phone user guide for instructions on storing voice tags.) c) Making a Call Using Voice Dialing If your mobile phone supports voice dialing, you can use this feature with the headset. (Voice dialing on your phone must be turned on and voice tags stored) Please refer to your phones user guide for more information on voice control. (Note : Please refer to the phone user guide for instructions on storing voice tags.) 1. Ensure that your headset is in standby mode by removing it from the multi-adapter. 2. Press the multi-function button on the headset this puts the headset into active mode and will establish a link between the multi-adapter and the headset. (The indicator lights will flash every 3 seconds you may also hear background noise as well.) 17
Making a Call with the JABRA BT200
a) Making a Call from the Mobile Phone 1. Ensure that your headset is in standby mode by removing it from the multi-adapter. 2. Place the headset on your ear in the desired wearing style. 3. Press the multi-function button on the headset this puts the headset into active mode and will establish a link between the multi-adapter and the headset. (The indicator lights will flash every 3 seconds you may also hear background noise as well.) 4. Using the phones keypad, dial the phone number. 5. To start the call, press the phones SEND / CALL key the phone initiates the call. 6. The call will then transfer automatically to the headset when connection is made.
3. Place the headset in the desired wearing style. 4. Use the phones keypad to initiate the voice dialling. 5. A short tone will prompt you to say the name of the person you wish to call (as entered in the phones voicedial phonebook directory). Speak the voice tag name. 6. The phone automatically dials your selection, and you see the details of the call on the phone screen. 7. When connected you are free to communicate normally via the headset. d) Ending a call from the Headset To end a call when wearing the headset - press the headsets Multi Function Button. Or you can simply end the call from the phone keypad. e) Receiving/Answering a Call Any of three methods can be used to answer a call. In each way you must first press the multi-function button on the headset to put it into active mode. During active mode the LED will flash every second. 1. Headset First Briefly press the multi-function button to make the headset active then answer the call from the phones keypad in the usual way. 18
2. Keypad First Answer the call as usual by using the phones keypad. In this case your can then follow instruction in the section Transferring a Call. 3. From the Multi-Adapter If there is an incoming call and your headset is in the multi-adapter then you must:
Disconnect the power adapter (if plugged-in) Remove the headset from the multi-adapter, and make sure it is switched on. Press the headset multi-function button to put the headset in active mode. Answer using the phones key pad.
f) Transferring a Call To transfer a call from the phone to the headset, briefly press the headset Multifunction button which will start the active mode. Plug the jack of the multi-adapter into your phones headset socket. To transfer a call from the headset to the phone, press the multi-function button which will place the headset in standby mode. Then remove the jack from the headset socket on your phone.
Speaker Volume & Volume Control Buttons
The JABRA BT200 offers louder speaker volume than most headsets due to its active battery powered amplifier. You can adjust the volume to 8 pre-set levels. Volume up (+) and volume down () button will regulate the volume to the speaker in these 8 steps. One step per key press increases / decreases the desired volume until a satisfactory level is reached. An audible tone is played for each step +/- and when either the minimum or maximum volume has been achieved.
Optimising Audio Quality
On some phone models you may hear the echo of your own voice when you are talking. You will then need to lower the echo level by adjusting the volume of your multi-adapter. To adjust the echo level you need to use the stylus switch and follow these instructions:
Ensure the AC mains power is not plugged in. Ensure the multi-adapter is in active mode. (see Answering a Call) Use the stylus supplied to press and hold down the switch for more than 6 seconds
until the multi-adapter indicator light stays on constant.
This is similar to the pairing process, but CONTINUE to hold the stylus switch down
while the light is ON.
After a few more seconds you will see 1, 2 or 3 longer blinks (flashes). After the
blinking stops, the standard standby mode will flash every 3 seconds. There will also be beeps/tones in then headset you may find it easier to listen.
The number of tones or flashes corresponds to the output level of the multi-adapter. 1 Tone / Blink 2 Tone / Blink 3 Tone / Blink High Setting Medium Setting Low Setting 21
Using JABRA BT200 with Bluetooth Phones
If you purchase a new Bluetooth enabled mobile phone you only need to pair the headset and phone together. You do not need to but a new headset product the JABRA BT200 headset only will then work with the Bluetooth phone without the need for the multi-adapter or phone connector.
Multi-Adapter State Power ON Pairing Mode Standby Mode Active Mode Audio Indicator Chart
LED Indication State LED ON with JABRA BT200 in the multi-adapter LED ON with JABRA BT200 in the multi-adapter Flashes every 3 seconds no audio link between headset & adapter Flashes every 1 second call in progress and linked.
Audio & Visual Indicators
Indicator Light Chart Headset State Power Off Standby Mode Charging In Process Charging Complete Low Power Pairing Mode Pairing Successful Active / On Call Indicator 22 LED Indication State LED OFF LED ON Flashes every 3 seconds LED ON (while in charging cradle) LED OFF (while in charging cradle) LED ON Rapid flashes LED ON Constant LED Series of blue rapid flashes LED Flashes every second
Headset State Volume limit Low Battery Tone Out of Range Incoming Call Pairing Confirmation Active Mode Power On/OFF
Audio Indication Repeated single tone when either lower or upper limit achieved Three rapid tones repeated every 30 seconds No audio indications, deterioration of audio quality will alert user Ring tone Single High Pitch Tone Quick series of 4 tones low to high. Quick Series of 4 Tones low to high pitch. 23
JABRA BT200 Specifications
Bluetooth Compliance Bluetooth Power Maximum Cordless Distance Weight of Headset Typical Standby Time Typical Talktime Typical Re-Charge Time Battery Type Other Comments Bluetooth 1.1 with Headset Profile 2.5 Milliwatts (0.0025 watts) 30 Feet (10 meters) 23g / 0.8oz 96 Hours 3 Hours 2 Hours Lithium Polymer (Rechargeable) NOT Waterproof
Certification and Safety Approvals / General Information
This product is CE marked according to the provisions of the R & TTE Directive (99/5/EC). Hereby, GN Netcom, declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. For further information please consult http://www.gnnetcom.com. Please note that this product uses radio frequency bands not harmonised within EU. Within the EU this product is intended to be used in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland. Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and within EFTA in Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by JABRA (GN Netcom) will void the users authority to operate the equipment. BLUETOOTH is a trademark owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Storage Of Headset
1. Always store the JABRA BT200 with power off and safely protected. 2. Avoid storage at high temperatures (above 60 C / 134F) such as in a hot vehicle or in direct sunlight. (Storage at high temperatures can degrade performance and reduce battery life.) 3. Do not expose the headset or any of its supplied parts to rain or other liquids. 24
Warranty & Parts Replacement
Battery: The JABRA BT200 is equipped with a lithium polymer rechargeable battery. Replacement or service must be done at a qualified service centre or returned to the manufacturer. Use only the battery supplied. Use only the supplied and approved AC charger. JABRA (GN Netcom) warrants this product against all defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase. The conditions of this warranty and our responsibilities under this warranty are as follows:
Any implied warranty on JABRA (GN Netcom) products is limited to two years from
the date of purchase on all parts, including any cords and connectors.
Specifically exempt from any warranty are limited-life consumable components
subject to normal wear and tear, such as microphone windscreens, ear cushions, decorative finishes, batteries, and other accessories.
JABRA (GN Netcom) is not liable for any incidental or consequential damages arising
from the use or misuse of any JABRA (GN Netcom) product.
This warranty gives you specific rights and you may have other rights which vary from
area to area.
The warranty is limited to the original purchaser. A copy of your receipt or other proof of purchase is required. Without proof of
purchase, your warranty is defined as beginning on the date of manufacture as labelled on the product.
Unless otherwise instructed in the User Guide, the user may not, under any
circumstances, attempt to perform service, adjustments or repairs on this unit, whether in or out of warranty. It must be returned to the purchase point, factory or authorised service agency for all such work.
The warranty is void if the serial number, date code label or product label is removed,
or if the product has been subject to physical abuse, improper installation, modification, or repair by unauthorised third parties.
The JABRA BT200 is perfect combination of form and function. Its discreet, ergonomic design contains the latest Bluetooth technology to give you crystal clear sound quality whilst being simple to use and supporting all the voice-activated functions you enjoy in your Bluetooth mobile phone. Weighing only 23 grams, the design of the JABRA BT200 fits comfortably and securely behind the ear, the soft, one-size-fits all JABRA MiniGel channeling sound into the ear canal for perfect clarity. Being cordless, hands-free communication becomes so much simpler. Using the JABRA BT200 actually makes calls on your mobile feel as natural as face-to-face conversations.
|Product Type||Headset - Bluetooth|
|Recommended Use||Cellular phone|
|Additional Features||Answer/end button, volume control|
|Headphones Type||Headphone - monaural|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over-the-ear|
|Connectivity Technology||Wireless - Bluetooth|
|Sound Output Mode||Mono|
|Type||Built-in - boom|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Uni-directional|
|Radio Transmitter Power||2.5 mW|
|Transmission Range||33 ft|
|Included Accessories||Belt clip|
|Power Device||Power adapter + charging stand - external|
|Voltage Required||AC 120/230 V|
|Battery||1 x headset battery - rechargeable - lithium polymer|
|Run Time (Up To)||3 hour(s)|
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