Motorola HS810 Bluetooth Headset
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User reviews and opinions
|MatrixM||10:25pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010|
|Solid Car Charger Not many of these left around! Our previous one was stolen in a car theft and this one is doing the job great.|
|TerryE||9:37am on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|This is one of the most compact headsets and has good sound. worked ok, speaker volume too low!|
|greenhulk||10:37am on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|Works as expected Works as expected...what more can you say about a car charger for a Bluetooth Headset? Works great This product recharges my Motorola bluetooth hands free device quickly and easily. Highly recommend.|
|mcole||9:04am on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|Is my review on teh Motorola HS-850 which i won right here on this very forum! Thanks Nick!! I was ever so pleased and suprised when i got this. My husband bought me mine because of driving down country lanes taking the kids to school and when i drive to London. The Motorola HS810 Bluetooth Headset is a fantastic piece of kit for the modern ultra-hip businessman/woman.|
|distance||11:37am on Saturday, May 29th, 2010|
|Profile. Price: You will pick up a Motorola HS810 for around 49 but you may fint it cheeper on e-bay.|
|flooter||2:01am on Monday, April 19th, 2010|
|The Motorola HS810 looks good and is comfortable to wear but has very poor battery life, only an hour or so of talk time. Great bluetooth and would recommend any of the Motorola models to anyone. Talk time is great, very lightweight.|
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Casque sans fil
Guide de lutilisateur
Gua del usuario
The Motorola Wireless Headset HS810 with Bluetooth technology defies traditional expectations. This third generation product by Motorola makes connectivity invisible and reliable. It is astonishingly advanced, yet intuitive and simple to use. It is decidedly smaller than its predecessors, yet more eyecatching than ever. And although you are no longer connected by wires, you are intrinsically connected to a growing group of leading-edge technology pioneers who are embracing the global Bluetooth movement. Innovation is a recognized part of Motorolas 75-year heritage. A company that understands the way the world is moving.and then jumps in to intelligently shape its direction. Motorola consumer products with Bluetooth wireless technology are challenging the expected and defying the traditional rules. Connectivity is bringing us togetherneed it be hampered by wires? Technology is making life more integratedmust it be complicated? Motorola is actively creating Bluetooth solutions for work, for play, for home, for lifeeverywhere around the globe. Welcome to the movement. And thank you for choosing the Motorola Wireless Headset HS810!
Safety and General Information.3 Introduction.6 What Is Bluetooth Wireless Technology?.6 How Can I Use My Wireless Headset?.6 Headset Features.7 Using Your Headset.8 Charging Your Headset.8 Wearing the Headset.10 Pairing Your Headset and Phone.12 Controlling Headset Volume.14 Placing and Receiving Calls.15 Using Your Headset Indicators.17
Safety and General Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION. READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR DEVICE. Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.21. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is 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. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.19(3).
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your device in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy. 3
When instructed to do so, turn off your device when on board an aircraft. Any use of a device must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Hearing Aids Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult with your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives. Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Industry Canada Notice to Users
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 Ref IC RSS 210 Sec. 5.11. 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. See Ref IC Self-Marking 6(f) and RSP-100 Sec. 4.
FCC Notice to Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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 the receiver. Connect the equipment to 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. 5
What Is Bluetooth Wireless Technology?
Bluetooth wireless technology propels you into a new dimension in connectivity. Bluetooth devices communicate without wires, using built-in radio transceivers that operate on a globally available radio frequency to ensure worldwide compatibility. Your Bluetooth Wireless Headset can communicate with other Bluetooth devices within a range of approximately 10 meters (33 feet).
How Can I Use My Wireless Headset?
Your Wireless Headset equipped with Bluetooth technology lets you connect with other similarly equipped devices such as a Motorola V600 with integrated Bluetooth technology. Use your phone hands free. Handle incoming and outgoing calls with the headset multifunction control button (MFB). Use voice activation to make calls. Note: The HS810 supports both Headset and Hands Free Bluetooth Profiles for increased functionality and compatibility with more products. Consult your Users Guide for more information. 6
Introduction Headset Features
Headset Off (boom closed) 4 Headset On (boom open) 6
1Headset Indicator LED Provides visual cue about headset status. 2Volume Control Buttons Adjusts speaker (receive) volume up and down. 3Microphone Picks up your voice input. 4Boom Contains microphone and controls power (On/Off) status of headset. 5Earhook Attaches headset to ear. 6Speaker Plays the sound you receive on the call. 7Charging Port Receives the plug for your battery charger. 8Lanyard Loop Lets you attach a lanyard to the headset, so you can wear the headset around your neck and always keep it near. 9Multifunction Button E Controls several headset functions. 10Removable Speaker Shroud Helps channel sound to the ear. Shroud may be removed if it causes discomfort. 7
Using Your Headset
Charging Your Headset
When to Charge
First-Time UseBefore you can use your headset, you need to charge its self-contained battery for two hours. RechargingWhen you hear five rapid high tones through the headset speaker, repeated at 20-second intervals, the headset battery needs to be recharged. Over extended periods of time, batteries gradually wear down and require longer charging times. This is normal. The more you talk on the phone with the headset, the less standby time your battery has. The rechargeable batteries that power this product must be disposed of properly and may need to be recycled. Contact your local recycling center for proper disposal methods. Never dispose of batteries in a fire because they may explode.
How to Charge
Step 1 Plug the Motorola charger into the headset, with the chargers release tab facing down and the headset facing up.
Release Tab Facing Down
2 Plug the other end of the charger into an electrical outlet. During charging, the headset indicator turns on and remains lit until charging is complete. The headset will not function while charging. Your headset requires approximately two hours to receive a full charge. 3 When charging is complete (indicators off), remove the charger from the electrical outlet, press the release tab, and detach the charger cord from the headset. Note: You can also use a Motorola Original Vehicle Power Adapter to charge the headset while in your vehicle. A fully charged headset battery provides approximately: talk time5 hours standby time (boom open)100 hours 9
Using Your Headset Wearing the Headset
Placing the Headset on Your Ear
When packaged, the headset is configured for wear on the right ear. Step 1 Open the boom, then open the earhook (45 from the headset). 2 Loop the earhook over your ear. 3 Press the headset to your ear. 4 Point the boom toward your mouth.
Changing for Wear on the Left Ear
When packaged, the headset is configured for wear on the right ear. To change it for wear on your left ear: Step 1 Open the boom, then open the earhook (90 from the headset).
2 Gently lift and pull the top of the earhook up and off the upper hinge pin. Then pull it away to remove it.
3 Flip the headset over. 4 Hook the bottom of the earhook onto the lower hinge pin, then lift and pull the top of the earhook over the upper hinge pin. 5 To change the volume button orientation, see Controlling Headset Volume on page 15. 11
Using Your Headset Pairing Your Headset and Phone
Note: You must pair your headset and phone before you can make a call. Pairing creates a link between devices equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology and allows the phone to remember the headsets unique ID. Once your headset and phone are paired, your headset automatically connects to your phone any time you open the boom.
With the headset and phone in close proximity: Step 1 Put the headset into pairing mode. a With the headsets boom closed, press and hold the Multifunction Button E until the headset indicator turns on (about 3 seconds). b Release the button, then open the headset boom. The indicator remains lit. Result The headset indicator turns on.
Step 2 Perform a device discovery from the phone. For details on device discovery for your phone, refer to the users guide for the phone. 3 Select the Motorola HS810 from the discovered devices list and confirm following the on screen prompts. 4 When prompted by the phone, enter The device ID is now stored in the phones memory. the passkey 0000 and confirm to pair the headset with the phone. Pairing is successful when the headset indicator flashes 10 times rapidly. Result When the scan is complete, the phone displays the devices found.
Paired Link to Additional Devices
Your headset can store pairing information for up to eight different devices equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology. Devices are stored in a Paired Device List in memory in chronological order. When an attempt to pair to more than eight devices is made, the oldest paired device is removed from the list. Any of the eight paired devices can initiate a paired connection to the headset. 13
The headset will only automatically initiate a paired connection (via opening the boom) with the last device it was connected to. If you want to connect the headset to another device in the paired device list, you must initiate the connection from that device. Whichever of the eight devices initiates a connection to the headset afterwards, that device then becomes the last connected device.
Controlling Headset Volume
Increasing and Decreasing Volume
To increase speaker volume, press the top volume button repeatedly until you reach the desired volume level. To decrease speaker volume, press the bottom volume button repeatedly until you reach the desired volume level.
Volume Orientation Technology
To change the volume button orientation for left or right ear: Step 1 With the headsets boom closed, press and hold the Multifunction E button until the headset indicator turns on (about 3 seconds). 2 Press the volume button that you want to use as the volume up. The headset indicator will flash several times to indicate success. Repeat the above steps anytime to change the volume button orientation. 14
Using Your Headset Placing and Receiving Calls
Your headset supports both Hands Free and Headset Profiles. Accessing call functions depends on which profile your phone supports. Note: Some phones do not support all features listed. Please consult you phone users guide. You can activate call functions for both Hands Free and Headset Profiles according to the following table:
Device Status Phone Headset Off (boom closed) On Action Hands Free Profile Headset Profile Press & hold E until LED remains lit. Release E, open boom. Short press E, speak name, phone dials call N/A Long press E Press E, speak name, phone dials call Press E, call is sent Press E, (recalls last phone number) Press E, (call is sent) Press E
Function Enter Pairing On (Configuration) Mode Make a Voice Dial Call
On in idle
Dial a Number Onuser On dials number Redial a Number End a Call OnVoice On dialing turned (Idle) on or off Onin call On
Short press E
Function Put Active Call On Hold Receive a Call Reject a Call Answer 2nd incoming call
Device Status Phone Headset Onin call Onphone rings Onphone rings Onin call, 2nd call coming in Onin call, 2nd call on hold Onin call On On On On
Action Hands Free Profile Long press E Short press E (call is answered) Long press E Long press E, places 1st call on hold, answers incoming call Long press E N/A Press E (call is answered) N/A N/A Headset Profile
Toggle between two active calls Transfer call from phone to Headset
Short press E, (call transferred to headset)
Press E (call transferred to headset)
Note: If the link is abnormally disconnected (e.g., out of range) the headset tries to reestablish the link. 16
Using Your Headset Using Your Headset Indicators
Headset Indicator (LED)
With charger plugged in: Headset Indicator ON OFF With no charger attached: Headset Indicator OFF ON (steady) 10 rapid flashes flashes at a 3-second interval (.1 seconds ON 2.9 seconds OFF) Headset power off pairing mode pairing successful standby (not on a call) Headset charging in progress charging complete
pulses at an 8-second interval connected (on a call) (2.0 seconds ON, 6.0 seconds OFF) Note: When the wireless headset is paired to the phone and there is no activity for 5 minutes, the blue flashing LED turns off. Any button press on the headset will reawaken the headset and the flashing resumes. If you press the up and down volume buttons simultaneously during a call, the pulsing LED turns off for the duration of that call.
Audio Tone single high tone when pressing volume button five rapid high tones, repeated every 20 seconds no audio indications; deteriorating audio quality series of 4 tones, low to high ring tone single high tone single low tone dual high/low tone single high tone series of 4 tones, high to low fast high/low tone every 5 seconds (max. & min. volume confirm beep) no tone 18 Headset Status volume maximum or minimum reached low battery out of range audio link open (Headset mode), active call (Hands Free mode) incoming call pairing confirmation initiate voice activation voice tag not recognized end call audio link closed (Headset mode), call ended (Hands Free mode) no network/service power ON/OFF
Bluetooth Wireless Headset Quick Start Guide
Charge Your Headset For 2 Hours.
Turn On Your Phones Bluetooth Feature.
Before you can use your Bluetooth headset you must:
1. Charge your headset for 2 hours. 2. Turn on your phone's Bluetooth feature. 3. Pair your headset and phone.
Release tab down
Bluetooth power option is OFF by default. Bluetooth power option must be ON to search for devices. Find this feature on your Motorola phone: M > Settings > Connection > Bluetooth Link > Setup > Scroll to Power: Select Change. Scroll to On. Press Select. For other phones, please refer to your phones users guide.
Pair Your Headset and Phone.
3. Perform a device discovery from your Motorola phone: Find this feature on your Motorola phone: M> Settings > Connection > Bluetooth Link > Handsfree > Look for Devices 4. Select Motorola HS810 or HS850 from the list of Bluetooth devices. 5. Select YES to bond with the Motorola HS810 or HS850. 6. Enter the passkey 0000 on the phone. Select OK. 7. The LED indicator flashes rapidly when pairing is completed.
Turn Your Headset On or Off
Headset Off Headset On
Get more information about using your headset from the user's guide we've provided.
You must electronically pair your headset and your Bluetooth enabled (S) phone before you can make a call.
Please read this first!
1. Plug the Motorola phone charger into the back of the headset, with the charger's release tab facing down and the headset facing up. The indicator LED turns on. 2. When your headset fully charges (about 2 hours) the indicator LED turns off.
Indicator LED 1. With the headset boom closed, press the MFB button Euntil the indicator LED turns on (about 3 seconds).
Open the boom to turn your headset on and connect to your phone. When the headset is ON, the LED flashes every 3 seconds. Close the boom to turn your headset off.
If you need more help with this headset, Contact us at 1-877-MOTOBLU (1-877-668-6258) or go to www.hellomoto.com/bluetooth and click on "Support"
2. Open the headset boom while holding the MFB button. The LED remains on.
Guide de dmarrage rapide sur le casque sans fil Bluetooth
Charger le casque pendant 2 heures
Avant dutiliser votre casque Bluetooth, vous devez :
1. Charger le casque pendant 2 heures. 2. Activer la fonction Bluetooth de votre tlphone. 3. Apparier le casque et le tlphone.
Loquet de dclenchement vers le bas
Activer la fonction Bluetooth de votre tlphone
Apparier le casque et le tlphone
2. Ouvrez le micro-rail tout en maintenant la touche multifonction enfonce. Lindicateur DEL reste allum. 3. Effectuez une dcouverte de dispositif partir du tlphone Motorola : Trouvez cette fonction dans le menu de votre tlphone Motorola : M> Rglages > Connexion > Lien Bluetooth > Mains libres > Chercher des dispositifs 4. Slectionnez Motorola HS810 ou HS850 dans la liste des dispositifs Bluetooth. 5. Slectionnez OUI pour connecter le casque au Motorola HS810 ou HS850.
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