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1. Introduction 1.1 Front View of the Phone
Menu : Activates Main Menu state. Clear : Deletes the last digit, or moves previous Menu. OK : Used to store an entry or to accept a command. Message : Activates SMS Menu state. Up Key (+) : Moves up in the Menu or Volume Up.
Menu Clear OK Message
Down Key () : Moves down in the Menu or Volume Down. END/PWR : Deactivates states, or Power ON/OFF.
Vol END /PWR Redial /Flash Mic
Redial/Flash : Activates Redial/Flash state, or views Call History. ( ) : Activates hands free function. MIC * : Inputs Symbol *, or makes a phone input SPACE during text entry operation. # : Inputs Symbol #, or makes a phone lock after longpress. Attached Antenna.
1.2 LCD Display
The LCD shows icons on the top of the LCD screen. Different indicators appear based on the phone's operating mode. Icon Operating Condition RSSI Indicator : Indicates the signal strength in the service area. No Service : The phone is not receiving any system signal. In Use : Displayed when a call is in progress or the phone is in off-hook state. Text Message : Displayed when a text message is received. Voice Message : Displayed when voice message is received. Alarm : Displayed when alarm time is set. Incoming Call Indicator : Displayed when the Incomming Call is received. Not used. Battery Charge Level : Indicates charged battery level.
STEP I. Check Components
The following components are supplied Fixed Wireless Phone.
STEP III. Connect Components
(Please refer to Installation Steps in 1.4)
Connect the antenna to the TNC antenna connector located at
1. LSP-430 Main Phone with Handset (Including inner backup battery) 2. Dipole Antenna 3. AC/DC Power Adapter 4. User Guide
the top of the phone.
If you have placed the phone on a flat surface, position the
Connect the curl cord of the handset to the RJ-11 port located
Please make sure that these components are present before you
on the left side of the phone.
Connect the AC/DC Adapter cable to the DC input port located
begin to install the phone. If any of the components are missing or damaged, contact your service provider immediately.
at the top of the phone. - If it is correct, a beep tone will be heard. - If it is not correct (Booting fails or beep tone is not heard), you will have to reconnect the adapter or reset the battery.
Please observe the following to get better voice quality.
STEP II. Place the Terminal
Place the phone on the stable flat surface area (desk, table, etc).
You should follow each step carefully as shown below in order to guarantee the proper operation of CDMA Fixed Wireless Phone.
Serious damage may result if the phone is dropped. Do not place the phone within 1 meter of heaters or radiators.
This phone is designed for desktop usage. Avoid the direct
1. Keep away from electrical appliances such as TV, computer, radio etc. 2. Keep the phone in a high and central location without any obstructions. 3. Raise the integral antenna of the phone to get maximum strength as shown in the figure.
exposure to sunlight and dampness.
Read the SAFETY INFORMATION located in the first part of this
document before you lace the phone.
END /PWR Redial /Flash Mic SPACE
AC/DC Power Adapter
STEP IV. Check the LCD Display
After you follow the installation instruction step I to step III,
2. Basic Operation 2.1 Making a Call
You can make a call as follows: 1. Pick up the handset or press button. 2. Listen for dial tone and enter the phone number. 3. Wait for the Auto Time-out or Press Redial/Flash button. 4. The call is connected and you may start conversation. 5. To disconnect the call, replace the handset or press button. Method 2 1. Press Redial/Flash button while you are in telephonic conversation with 1st party. 2. If you listen to the dialing tone, Press the phone number of the 2nd party phone. 3. Press Redial/Flash button. And press Redial/Flash button again. This service should be provided by your service provider. please check the LCD for normal operation.
If you do not see the status of service, please repeat the 4th
instruction of step III.
Then confirm the status of phone to get the proper signal
strength from the service operator system.
2.4 Call Wait
1. Press Redial/Flash button, you may start conversation with called number. 2. Re-press Redial/Flash button, you may start conversation with previous number.
2.2 Redialing Last Number 1.4 Installation Steps
Please follow the procedure below to install the phone properly. 1. Pick up the handset or press 2. Listen for dial tone. 3. Press Redial/Flash button. 4. The call is connected and you may start conversation. Connect the antenna to the TNC connector (Turn right). 5. To disconnect the call, replace the handset or press button. button.
Connect basehandset to the handset connector.
2.5 Volume Control
1. Press Up/Down button of navigation while in a call, to adjust speaker volume. 2. Press Menu + 1( Mute/Unmute ) to prevent sound from your end during the call. To cancel Mute, Press again Menu + 1( Mute/Unmute ). 3. Press Menu + 4 ( MIC Level ) during a call and select Low or High by pressing Up/Down button, to adjust MIC volume.
Turn the antenna upright.
2.3 3-way Call Conferencing
Connect the AC power supply. Method 1 1. Enter the phone number of the 2nd party phone while you are in telephonic conversation with 1st party. 2. Press Redial/Flash button. And press Redial/Flash button again.
END /PWR Redial /Flash Mic
Press END/PWR button to operate initially.
2.6 Receiving a Call
When the bell rings in idle state, you can receive a call as follows:
3.1 PHONE BOOK
Up to 300 entries can be listed here. To store phone number : 1. Enter the area code and phone number (Max. 32 digits) in onhook state. 2. Press OK key and enter name. 3. Enter the desired memory location. 4. The phone will display a message asking you whether to keep your number as secret or not. Select No or Yes using Up/Down button and press OK key. button.
3.1.3 Erase All
1. Press Menu + 1 ( PHONE BOOK ) + 3 ( Erase All ) in on-hook state.
1. Pick up the handset or press the
2. Start a conversation. To disconnect the call, replace the handset or press the button.
The phone can store up to 50 messages in each Inbox and Outbox. If you press Message Key, SMS Menu is activated. In the list of Inbox, all sorts of the icon have the meaning as follows : ! : Unread message V : Read message In Inbox, the meaning of (5/37) beside Inbox is that 5 out of 37 messages are unread.
Allow you to store number during the call. To store number : 1. Press Menu + 2 ( Memo ). 2. Enter up to 32 numbers using the keypad. 3. Press OK key to save. To retrieve an In Call Memo : 1. Press Redial/Flash button to see saved number.
1. Press Menu + 1 ( PHONE BOOK ) + 1 ( Find ) in on-hook state. 2. Select a desired search Menu. Address, Name, Number : Enter full or part of name(number), select OK. 3. Select desired item. OK key : can edit item. Message key : can delete item.
1. Press Message + 1 ( Write ) in on-hook state. 2. Enter phone number or press Message to search from phone book or call history. 3. Write messages. 4. Press OK key to send message.
2.8 Lock Mode
1. Press # button for some time. The phone is now locked. To unlock, press Menu and enter lock code (Default 0000). Also you can lock your phone manually. If you need to modify the lock code, you may modify it using the New Lock Code within the security menu.
1. Press Message + 2 ( Inbox ) + in onhook state. 2. To view desired message, select OK. 3. To delete desired message, select Message key. 4. Press Menu to reply, forward, erase a message or save the senders number in the phone-book.
You can save up to 300 entries in your LSP-430 phonebook. 1. Press Menu + 1 ( PHONE BOOK ) + 2 ( Add ) in on-hook state.
3.2.3 SMS 8282
1. Press Message + 3( SMS 8282 ) in on-hook state. 2. You may select from nine items (1. Whats New? / 2. News / 3. Cricket / 4. Astrology / 5. Win Prizes / 6. Stocks / 7. Fun / 8. Lifestyle / 9. More ). Delivery ACK 1. Press Message + 7 ( MSG Settings ) + 2 ( Delivery ACK ) in on-hook state. Defer Delivery 1. Press Message + 7 ( MSG Settings ) + 3 ( Defer Delivery ) in on-hook state. Valid Period 1. Press Message + 7 ( MSG Settings ) + 4 ( Valid Period ) in on-hook state. Save Sent MSG 1. Press Message + 7 ( MSG Settings ) + 5 ( Save Sent MSG ) in on-hook state. Auto Del. Inbox 1. Press Message + 7 ( MSG Settings ) + 2( Auto Del. Inbox ) in on-hook state.
3.3.1 All Call
1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 1 ( All Call ) or Redial/Flash button. 2. To view desired item, press OK key. 3. To erase desired number, press Message key. 4. After you press OK key, press Message key to see more information and press OK key to save the number in the phone book. All Dialled 1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 6 ( Call Duration ) + 2 ( All Dialled ) in on-hook state. All Calls 1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 6 ( Call Duration ) + 3 ( All Calls ) in on-hook state. Reset 1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 6 ( Call Duration ) + 4( Reset ) in on-hook state.
All your successfully sent messages are saved here. 1. Press Message + 4 ( Outbox ) in on-hook state.
3.2.5 Voice Mail
1. Press Message + 5 ( Voice Mail ) in on-hook state. 2. Pick up the handset or press button to make a call back your voice mailbox if the number of the voice mailbox is provided by the telecom service companys system.
1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 2 ( Missed ) in on-hook state.
3.3.7 Erase History
You may erase all history from five options (1: Erase All Call / 2: Erase Missed / 3: Erase Received / 4: Erase Dialled / 5: Erase Memo). 1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 7 ( Erase History ) in on-hook state.
1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 3 ( Received ) in onhook state.
3.2.6 Erase Messages
You may erase all messages from tree options (1: Inbox & Voice / 2: Outbox / 3: All Messages). 1. Press Message + 6( Erase Messages ) in on-hook state.
3.3 CALL HISTORY
The phone can store up to 30 Missed, 30 Received, 30 Dialled calls, and 30 In Call Memo in Call History. All sorts of the icons have the meaning as follows : - Received : - Dialled : - Missed : ! - In call Memo : - Call Waiting : - Call Conferencing :
1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 4 ( Dialled ) in onhook state.
3.4.1 Ring Type
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 1 ( Ring Type ) in on-hook state. 2. Select one of the following : R (R i n g / O n e - B e e p / L i g h t)
3.2.7 MSG Settings
Priority 1. Press Message + 7 ( MSG Settings ) + 1 ( Priority ) in onhook state. 2. You may select from four options (Normal / Emergency / Urgent).
3.3.5 In Call Memo
1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 5 ( In Call Memo ) in on-hook state.
3.4.2 Ring Tone
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 2 ( Ring Tone ) in on-hook state.
3.3.6 Call Duration
Last Dialled 1. Press Menu + 3 ( CALL HISTORY ) + 6 ( Call Duration ) + 1 ( Last Dialled ) in on-hook state.
3.4.3 Ring Volume
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 3 ( Ring Volume ) in on-hook state.
3.4.4 Ear Volume
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 4 ( Ear Volume ) in on-hook state.
3.5.2 Clock Type
You can select time format for your phone. 1. Press Menu + 5 ( DISPLAY ) + 2( Clock Type ) in on-hook state. 2. Select from T y p e - A _ A M / P M, T y p e - A _ H o u r, T y p e B _ A M / P M, or T y p e - B _ H o u r. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 1 ( Phone ) + 2 ( Speed Dialing ) in on-hook state. DTMF Length This function allows you to the setting of Key beep playback length. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 1 ( Phone ) + 3 ( DTMF Length ) in on-hook state. Version 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 1 ( Phone ) + 4 ( Version ) in on-hook state. 2. To confirm next page, press Message key. My Number 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 1 ( Phone ) + 5 ( My Number ) in on-hook state. 2. To modify your phone number, press OK key. Call Waiting When call wait is enabled, you can put the activate call on hold while you answer the other incoming call. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 2 ( Calling ) + 2 ( Call Waiting ) in on-hook state. You would need to call 121 to get this service activated. Call Timer This function allows you to select call timer indication. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 2 ( Calling ) + 3( Call Timer ) in on-hook state.
3.4.5 Key Volume
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 5 ( Key Volume ) in on-hook state.
3.4.6 Speaker Volume
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 6( Speaker Volume ) in onhook state.
Allows you to choose the settings of the LCD backlight. 1. Press Menu + 5 ( DISPLAY ) + 3( Backlight ) in on-hook state. 2. Select among A l w a y s O f f / F o r S e c o n d s / F o r S e c o n d s / A l w a y s O n.
3.4.7 Message Alert
1. Press Menu + 4 ( SOUND ) + 7( Message Alert ) in on-hook state. R O L O 2. Select from Alert Type : (R i n g/O n e - B e e p/L i g h t/O f f) Alert S 5 O E Tone : (S M S A l a r m 1~5 ) MSG Reminder : (O n c e/E v e r y 2 M i n/O f f). O
1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) in on-hook state. 2. Enter password. (Default 0000) Lock Phone 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) + 1 ( Lock Phone ) in on-hook state. Emergency No Emergency number can store up to three numbers. (Default 100, 101, 102) 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) + 2 ( Emergency No ) in on-hook state. New Lock Code 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) + 3 ( New Lock Code ) in on-hook state.
Auto Time-Out Setting the length of time the phone waits before automatically dialing a number. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 1 ( Phone ) + 1 ( Auto Time-Out ) in on-hook state. Speed Dialing To speed dialing press the memory number (1 through 300) corresponding to the appropriate memory location and hold for a few seconds. This function can be used when the speed dialing is set to Enable.
Call Forward Call Forward lets you forward your incoming calls to another number. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 2 ( Calling ) + 1 ( Call Forward ) in on-hook state. 2. Select from Immediate / When Busy / No Reply. You would need to call 121 to get this service activated.
Allow you to choose the settings of the LCD banner. 1. If you want to edit banner, press Menu + 5 ( DISPLAY ) + 1( Banner ) + 1( My Banner ) + OK key in on-hook state. 2. If you want to activate or deactivate the banner, press Menu + 5 ( DISPLAY ) + 1 ( Banner ) + 2( Banner On/Off ) in on-hook state.
Restrict Call You can restrict your outgoing calls including numbers / numbers beginning with specified digit in the Black List. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) + 4 ( Restrict Call ) in on-hook state. 2. Select among N o R e s t r i c t i o n, R e s t r i c t i o n or E m e r g e n c y O n l y and press OK key. 3. If Restriction is selected, Enter the numbers / starting digit of specific numbers to be restricted in the B l a c k L i s t. Enter the number / starting digits of the numbers to be allowed in the W h i t e L i s t. 4. If E m e r g e n c y O n l y is selected, your phone is enabled for only emergency numbers. Hot Line Hot Line automatically calls to registered number by passing setup time in off-hook state. 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) + 5( Hot Line ) in on-hook state. 2. If E n a b l e is selected, press OK key and enter the hotline number. Hot Line Time 1. Press Menu + 6 ( SETTINGS ) + 3 ( Security ) + 6 ( Hot Line Time ) in on-hook state. Battery fails to charge. Bell sound isnt heard.
Set Time 1. Press Menu + 7 ( ORGANISER ) + 1 ( Alarm ) + 1 ( Set Time ) in on-hook state. 2. Press OK key to enter alarm time and press Message key to select AM or PM and press OK key. Set Ringer 1. Press Menu + 7 ( ORGANISER ) + 1 ( Alarm ) + 1 ( Set Ringer ) in on-hook state.
Please check the following items before contacting service center.
Phone doesnt operate at all. Because of noise and cross talking, call status is bad. When I press button to call, cant hear the dial tone. Phone does not switch on. Calls cannot be received. Emergency calls cannot be made.
Check that the phone is installed correctly. Check that the battery is fully charged. Check that the power is on. Keep away from electrical application such as TV, computer, radio and so on. Check that phone cord or power is connected correctly. Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly connected to the phone. Check incoming calls may be barred. Check that the antenna symbol is displayed- Move to the coverage area and operate your phone when the antenna symbol is displayed. Ensure that adapter is approved LSP-430 adapter. If bell sound is low, please adjust the volume level.
5. Important Information 5.1 Safety Instruction
WARNING / CAUTION To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture. Do not use this unit in swimming pools or other water bodies. - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Place the radio or television farther away from the unit. - Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the unit is presently connected. - Consult the Authorized LGE Dealer for assistance of an experienced radio/TV technician. Use battery, antenna and AC power supply provided by LGE. Using spares made by any other manufacturer may invalidate the warranty. Only authorized personnel should service the unit and its accessories. Faulty installation or service can be dangerous and may invalidate the warranty. Do not use the unit in any designated no cellular phone use area. Avoid using the unit in high temperature or humidity. Avoid spilling any liquid on the unit. If the unit gets wet, turn the power off immediately and remove the backup battery and AC power supply. If the unit doesnt work, please contact service provider immediately. Avoid shock or impact. We recommend you to charge the backup battery before initial use. The backup battery may be discharged during delivery.
The power supply cord is damaged or frayed. Liquid has spilled into the unit. The unit has been exposed to rain or water. The unit has been dropped or damaged. The unit does not function normally even after following the
Avoid using the unit in high temperature or
humidity. Avoid spilling any liquid on this unit. If the unit gets wet, turn the power off immediately and remove the backup battery and AC power supply.
Keep the unit dry. Submersion, humidity and
5.2 Optimal Phone Performance
5.4 Safety Information
For safety, use only an adapter approved by LG.
liquids containing minerals may corrode internal electronic circuits.
Do not store or use the unit in dusty or dirty
Do not hold the antenna when operating the unit, or operate the unit when someone is within four inches (ten centimeters) of the antenna. Both cases affect the call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than required. For the best call quality, keep the antenna free from obstructions and position the antenna upright. Do not use the unit if the antenna is damaged. Get the damaged antenna replaced through a qualified technician. Use only a manufacturer-approved antenna. Non-approved antennas, modifications or attachments may impair call quality and damage the unit. RF (Radio Frequency) energy may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded personal medical devices such as pacemakers or hospital monitors. Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices to determine whether they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Turn your unit OFF in health care centers if any regulations posted in the area instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care centers may be using equipment that may be sensitive to external RF energy. If this unit causes 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:
LG does not bear responsibility for any faults that may arise due to non- conformation to this guide.
Do not, in any way, cause a short-circuit. It may
areas as this can damage the moving parts.
start a fire or the unit may explode causing injury.
Do not create a sudden impact on the battery
Do not store the unit in hot areas. High
temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.
Do not store the unit in cold areas. When the
5.3 Care and Service
Before cleaning, always unplug the unit from the wall outlet and remove the antenna (or disconnect the antenna cable). Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners; use a damp cloth for cleaning. If the unit doesnt work, do not attempt to disassemble it; contact the phone service agent for assistance. If any of the following conditions exist, unplug the unit from the wall plug, remove the battery and call a qualified technician.
by throwing it. Do not dispose off batteries by putting them in a fire. They may explode or catch fire due to the electrolyte within. CAUTION
Do not use the unit with a car battery. It may
unit warms up to its normal operating temperature, moisture can form inside the unit, which can damage the internal electronic circuit boards.
Do not attempt to open it.
cause electric shock, fire, breakdown or transformation.
Non-expert handling of the device could damage it. It may cause fire, electric shock and breakdown. Consult your authorized LG dealer for assistance.
Do not drop, knock or shake the unit. Rough Do not remodel the power cord or disassemble
6. General Information 6.1 Main Unit
Item LSP-430 Digital: 824 ~ 849 MHz Digital: 869 ~ 894 MHz 1.25 MHz Digital: LOWER: 0.2W ~ UPPER:1W -104 ~ -25dBm 177.5(W) X 159.5(D) X 69.2(H) (with handset) 524 gram (with Battery) -10 ~ 50 C Tx Frequency Rx Frequency Channel Bandwidth Tx Power Rx Sensitivity Size (mm) Weight (gms) Operating Temperature it. If the power cord or plug is impaired, do not use it. It may cause fire or electric shock.
Do not install the unit in an ill-ventilated place.
handling may break the internal circuit boards.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or
strong detergents to clean the unit. Wipe it with a soft cloth that has been slightly dampened in a mild soap and water solution.
Do not paint the unit. Paint can clog the
It may cause fire or a breakdown.
Do not touch the plug with wet hands. When
device's moving parts and prevent proper functioning.
During lightning, do not touch the power plug
disconnecting the power cord of any accessory, grasp and pull out the plug itself and not the cord. It may cause fire or electric shock.
Do not put heavy objects on the power cord.
or the phone line. It may result in an electric shock or death.
Do not install the unit under direct sunlight or
Do not bend the power cord too much. It may cause fire or electric shock.
Use only an LG-approved battery or adapter. If
6.2 AC/DC Adapter
Item Input Voltage Input Frequency Output Voltage, Current SMPS Type Description AC 100 ~ 240V 50 / 60Hz 12V(DC), 0.5A/5V(DC), 1A
on an uneven surface.
not, it may cause an explosion or result in a short-circuit. LG does not bear any responsibility for the damage.
When you disconnect the power cord of any
Before using the plug, check the available power
voltage. Inaccurate power voltage may cause fire and damage. Example: LSP-430 Input Voltage: 100-240V.
Do not plug many power cords into one outlet.
accessory, grasp and pull the plug itself and not the cord. It may cause the adapter to breakdown.
Item Capacity Talk time / Standby time Charging time duration Description 3.7V Li-ion / 800mAh Over 2 Hours / Over 120 Hours 3.5 Hours
It may cause fire or electric shock.
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