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Issued by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG Schlavenhorst 66 D-46395 Bocholt Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG 2005 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. www.siemens.com/gigaset
Gigaset SL100 colour
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Gigaset SL100 colour / IM_eng / A31008-M1571-R221-2-7619 / SAG_covers_I-II.fm / 04.11.05
The handset at a glance
Reception strength Talk key Answer a call Initiate dialling Display (display screen) Charge status flat fully charged flashes: battery is almost flat or is charging
INT 1 20.05.05
Control key Opens the menu, directory, voice-activated dialling. Navigation in the input field Handsfree key
Toggle between "ear-
Current functions and display keys The display keys give you access to the functions shown in the display. End call key, On/Off key
End call Cancel function One menu level back
piece" and handsfree mode Lights up: Handsfree is activated Flashes: incoming call, automatic last Open directory Key 1 network mailbox
Back to idle status
(press for approx. 1 second) Handset on/off (press for approx. 2 seconds) Message key
Accesses the lists of
Star key Ringer on/off (press for approx. 2 seconds) Toggles between upper/ lower case and digits Recall key Insert a dial pause (hold key down)
Microphone Socket for headset and PC interface
text messages, network mailbox, calls list, Flashes: new SMS, messages, calls
Hash key Keypad lock on/off (press for approx. 1 second) Speed dial list key Open the speed dial list (short press)
Gigaset SL100 colour / IM_eng / A31008-M1571-R221-2-7619 / SL_100IVZ.fm / 04.11.05
The handset at a glance. 1 Safety precautions. 5 Preparing to use your phone. 6
Installing the base station. 6 Connecting the base station. 7 Preparing to use the handset. 8 Attaching the belt clip. 9 Activating/deactivating the handset. 10 Activating/deactivating the keypad lock. 10
Operating the telephone, menu guidance. 11
Keys. Correcting wrong input. Idle status. Graphic main menu. Menu operation, with "Handsfree Volume setting" as an example. 13
Date and Time. 14
Setting the date and time. Setting the alarm clock. Setting an appointment. Viewing missed appointments, anniversaries. 15 16
Making calls. 17
Making external calls and ending a call. Answering a call. Calling Line Identification. Handsfree. Muting. 18
Using the directory and other lists. 19
Directory and speed dial list. Managing entries in the directory and speed dial list. Voice-activated dialling. Last number redial list. Email directory. Display available memory. Opening lists with the message key. 29
Making cost-effective calls. 32
Linking a call-by-call number with a phone number. 32 Automatic network provider preselection. 32
SMS (Text Messages). 35
General. Before you can send and receive text messages. Sending and receivingtext messages. Text message sending and the draft message list. Sending a text message to an email address. Receiving text messages and incoming message list. Using several text message mailboxes. Notification by SMS. Using new ringer tones for handsets. Text messages to a PABX. Errors when sending and receiving a text message. 52
Registering and de-registering handsets. 54
Manual registration: Gigaset SL1 colour to Gigaset SL100 colour. Manual registration: Gigaset 1000 to 4000 and other handsets with GAP functionality. De-registering handsets. Looking for a handset ("Paging"). Changing the base station. 55
Using several handsets. 56
Internal calls, ending a call. Changing the name of a handset. Changing a handset's internal number. Internal enquiry calls. Accepting/rejecting call waiting during an internal call. Listening in to an external call. Using a handset as a room monitor. Setting the Walk and Talk mode. 59 62
Handset settings. 64
Changing the Display language. Setting the display. Logo display. Activating/deactivating Auto Answer. Adjusting the loudspeaker volume. Changing the ringer. Sound Manager. Activating/deactivating advisory tones. Restoring the handset factory settings. 71
Setting the base station. 72
Protecting the telephone from unauthorised access. Changing the name of the base station. Repeater support. Restoring the base station to factory settings. 73 73
Connecting the base station to a PABX. 74
Dialling modes and and recall. Storing the access code (outside line code). Setting pauses. Switching temporarily to tone dialling (DTMF). 75 75
scribed from page 54. You can get help from a table containing basic questions and answers (page 76). 4. Now leave the handset in the charger for the battery to charge the battery is supplied uncharged. Battery charging is indicated in the top right of the display by the battery icon flashing: Battery 1/3 charged Battery (almost) flat Battery 2/3 charged Battery fully charged
To register additional handsets, refer to page 54. For the initial charge we recommend a continuous, uninterrupted charging period of 2.5 hours, whatever charge status is indicated. After a while the charge capacity of the battery will decrease for technical reasons.
The battery charging status is correctly displayed only after uninterrupted charging/ discharging. You should therefore avoid removing the battery unnecessarily and ending the charging process prematurely.
Once initial charging is complete, you can replace your handset in the
charging shell after each call. Charging is controlled electronically. This ensures that the battery is charged in a way that maximises its life. The battery heats up during charging. This is normal and not dangerous.
Your telephone is now ready for use. To correctly record the time of calls you have to now set the date and time (page 14).
Attaching the belt clip
Push the belt clip onto the back of the handset until the lugs click into the recesses on either side of the handset.
Activating/deactivating the handset
To activate hold down the end call key a. You will hear a confirmation tone.
A deactivated handset activates automatically when placed in the charger.
Activating/deactivating the keypad lock
You can "lock" the keys on your handset, e. g. when carrying the unit in your pocket or bag. This protects the keypad against inadvertent activation. Activating keypad lock: Press the hash key R and hold (confirmation tone). The icon appears in the display. The keypad lock is still indicated if you have installed a logo as display graphic (page 65). When the keypad lock is active, you cannot even call emergency numbers. Deactivating keypad lock: Press the hash key R and hold down (confirmation tone). The keypad lock deactivates automatically when you receive a call. It re-activates when the call is finished.
If you want to change the voice pattern, you have to delete it (page 25) and then record it again.
If your two recordings are too different from each other, you will be
prompted to repeat them.
A message tells you if your speech pattern is too much like another
user's. Close this message with , go back to the start of the voice pattern recording sequence and repeat the recording.
Using voice-activated dialling
The display prompts you to speak. Select the voice pattern, e.g. Anna. If the name matches the recorded voice pattern, it is repeated. The telephone number is dialled.
Using the directory and other lists Phone announces the caller's name
When you receive an external call, you hear the ringer and can also have the telephone announces the caller's name. Precondition: Calling Line Identification is active (page 17) and you have recorded a voice pattern for the incoming number (page 24). Activating/deactivating the name announcement
v Ringer Settings
Confirm. You hear the current volume. Scroll to the Announce line and activate/deactivate name announcement. Now press the display key to confirm the setting. Long press (back to idle status).
Playing the voice pattern
Open the directory for voice-activated dialling (see Step 1, page 24). Now:
Select the entry with. Press the display key. Long press (back to idle status).
Deleting voice patterns
Deleting a voice pattern for an entry does not affect its number or name they are retained. This does not affect the voice patterns of the other users. Open the directory for voice-activated dialling (see Step 1, page 24). Now:
sv s a
Changing a user name
Delete Name OK
Select an entry (highlighted with ) and open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. The entry is displayed without. Long press (back to idle status).
s s s ~ a
Open the directory.
Select an entry and press the display key. Select the user, e.g. User 2. Now press the display key to start making the changes. Enter the new name and save it. Long press (back to idle status).
[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Edit R[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Save
Last number redial list
The last number redial list contains the ten last dialled numbers. If names have been stored for these numbers in the directory, then the names will be displayed.
Manual last number redial
Open the last number redial list. Select the entry and press the talk key. The telephone number is dialled. If a name is displayed, use display key View to show the corresponding number.
Open the calls list.
Mark as new OK
The key only flashes until it is pressed again and a list or list entry is opened.
The numbers of the last 30 calls are saved in the calls list. The oldest entry is deleted when the calls list is full and new entries are added. Precondition: The caller's number has been identified (page 17). Depending on the setting, either All Calls or only Missed Calls (factory setting) will be saved (page 30). Depending on this setting, several calls from the same number are entered in the calls list as follows: More than once when All Calls is set, Once and only the last missed call when Missed Calls is set.
Here is an example of how the calls list ("Calls List:") appears in the display:
Calls List: 01*02
Number of new entries in the list Number of old, read entries in the list
Example for a list entry:
List type: Missed Calls or All Calls
____ Missed Calls___ New Call 01+12.07.05 09:45
First call of a total of two calls Telephone number or name date and time
This entry shows the status of a call:
New Call Old Call Answ.
The call is new in the list. The call is old in the list. The call was taken (All Calls setting only, page 30).
Caller list settings
f Calls List:
The current selection is marked.
v Calls Settings
Only calls which you could not take: Confirm. All calls: Select the menu item and confirm. Long press (back to idle status).
The currently set list type is shown in the calls list display heading. Changing the list type does not affect the existing entries in the list.
Opening the calls list
New calls (calls list) are indicated by the f key flashing and by a confirmation tone.
Calls List: OK
Select the menu item and confirm. The entry received last is displayed. Select entry.
To delete an entry , press Delete.
Using the directory and other lists Calling back a caller
Making cost-effective calls Storing a preselection number
First save the preferred preselection number in the preselection list.
v Preselection Preselect. No. ~ a
Enter or change the preselection number and press the display key.
Saving/changing entries in the preselection lists
Each of the two lists can hold 11 entries: 5 entries with up to 6 digits, and 6 entries with up to 2 digits. Depending on the particular country, the "with preselection" list may already contain preset numbers. This means, for example, that all national calls or calls into the mobile phone network will be automatically linked to the call-by-call number which you have previously stored.
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select the entry and press the display key. Enter or change the first digits of the number and press the display key.
Without Presel. OK
s R[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Edit ~
Save Entry OK
Making cost-effective calls Dialling with and without preselection (automatic call-by-call number)
Your telephone checks the numbers you enter as you dial. When you press the talk/ handsfree key the first digits of the number you have dialled are compared with both lists: If they match none of the entries on either list or if they match an entry on the list "without preselection", no call-by-call number will be placed in front of them. Not even if the first digits of the number also match an entry in the list "with preselection". If the first digits only match an entry in the list "with preselection", the call-by-call number will be placed in front of the number you are dialling.
Temporarily cancelling preselection
c v Aut Preselct off
If you want to permanently deactivate the preselection function, delete the number saved.
Gigaset SL100 colour / IM_eng / A31008-M1571-R221-2-7619 / sms_neutral_Woody.fm / 04.11.05
SMS (Text Messages)
You can send and receive SMS text messages (Short Message Service) with your handset. You can write, edit, read, delete or forward text messages from any registered handset. When several handsets are in use at any one time, only one handset can access the SMS function.
Please remember that when the SMS function is active the first ring is suppressed (page 69).
Text messages are exchanged between SMS centres that are operated by service providers. The telephone number of the SMS centres through which you wish to send and receive text messages have to be entered in your phone. Up to five SMS centres can be entered. SMS centres may be preconfigured at the factory. You can change the telephone numbers of the SMS centres.
v s ~ ~
Mailbox 1 OK
If more than one mailbox is activated (page 47), select a mailbox and confirm, e.g. Mailbox 1. If required, enter the mailbox PIN and confirm. Confirm. The input field opens. Input your text (for text input see page 79).
EATONI predictive text activated. The counter shows how many more characters you can write. It 470(2)__________Abc counts from 612 characters downwards (maximum number of characters permitted with linking). with tomorrow Upper/lower case and digits The number in brackets indicates the message you are in (with W linked messages). Example: You are in the second message.
Predictive text The EATONI predictive text feature helps you write your message (page 80). The icon indicates whether EATONI is active or not (factory setting: On). You can switch EATONI off at any time using , s Predictive Text OK.
Use 1 to insert a space, and P to toggle between upper case, lower
case and digits (page 79).
You can find out how to correct text on page 12. If you receive a text message that is incomplete (e.g. because your
phone's memory is full), you will see a message.
Storing text messages
Precondition: You have written a text message (page 38) and the input field is open. Press the display key to open the menu.
Select the menu item and confirm. You can send your text message later (see page 39).
The message is stored in the draft message list. It can be retrieved and sent at a later time (page 41).
Sending a text message without saving it
Precondition: You have written a text message (page 38) and the input field is open.
Send SMS OK OK
Press the display key to open the menu. Confirm. Confirm. Enter the recipient's number (with prefix).
Send text messages to: 1234567890
Selecting a number from the directory: Open the directory. Select the entry and confirm. The number appears in the display. Press the display key to open the menu.
. then Confirm.
The recipient's number always has to include the area code (prefix),
even if you are in that area.
Insert Sound OK OK
Insert e-mail Adr. Anna@. OK OK
Receiving text messages and incoming message list
New text messages are indicated by the message "You have new messages ", by the message key f flashing on all handsets and by an advisory tone. The date and time (as received from the SMS Centre) are shown for each received SMS message. In the incoming message list the new (unread) messages are shown before the old messages. New and old messages are sorted according to their time of arrival: oldest new message,. , newest message, oldest old message,., newest old message. Linked messages are displayed as one message (assuming your service provider supports text message linking). If an incoming linked message is too long or has not been transferred completely, it will be split into individual messages and stored in the incoming message list.
Opening the incoming message list
The incoming message list shows you: All received messages, Messages that could not be sent despite several attempts. These messages are all stored with an error status (page 52). The message list is displayed for example as follows:
Number of new entries in the list SMS: 01+05 Number of old, read entries in the list Name of the general or personal mailbox
Opening with the message key Precondition: There is at least one new message in the list.
Press the message key.
SMS: 01+05 OK
Select the mailbox (if necessary) and enter the mailbox PIN (page 47). The incoming message list is opened and the first new message is displayed.
______SMS ____ New 01/12.07.05 09:45
Total number SMS Serial number of the displayed SMS
The display tells you if the message memory is full. Press OK to confirm and delete messages you no longer require from the incoming and draft message list. Opening with the menu
Confirm. Confirm. If more than one mailbox is activated (page 47), select a mailbox and confirm. If required, enter the mailbox PIN and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm.
OK Incoming 01+05 OK
Notification by SMS
You can have a notification sent to any device with SMS functionality, e.g. your mobile phone, by SMS. You first have to store the destination number in your phone which is at home (factory setting: Off). Precondition: The caller's number was identified when a call was missed (CLI).
SMS (Text Messages) Storing the notify number
v Settings Notify Number ~ a
Setting the notify type
You can select which calls will be notified: Missed calls from the calls listv SMS Settings Notify Type either. Enter the number (e.g. of your mobile phone) and press the display key.
Activating/deactivating missed calls: In the line Missed Calls: select On or Off. Now press the display key to store the setting. Long press (back to idle status). If Greek or Russian is set as the display language on your handset, you will be notified in English.
Using new ringer tones for handsets
You can load other melodies than the selection already in the handset provided they have the format "iMelody". Melodies are available on the Internet at www.siemens.com/ ringtones. Which data is available in your country is shown on the Internet pages. Ask your service provider whether it supports the downloading of melodies via SMS. Once you have ordered the loading of a melody, you will receive one or more SMS messages (in the incoming message list, page 43) with the corresponding data.
Loading data will incur a charge. Please ask your service provider.
You can load up to five new melodies. The new melody will replace one of the ten melodies in the handset, namely melodies 610.
SMS (Text Messages) Loading a new ringer tone
You will now see You have new messages in the display.
Press the key to open the incoming messages list (page 43). The first new SMS is now displayed. Scroll to another text message if necessary. Press the display key. You can tell from the title or icon that you have been sent data for loading the melody you selected. You will hear the new melody. If you like the melody: Press the display key to start the loading process. Press the display key to load the new melody. Select the number of the old ringer melody you want to replace with the new one. As a precaution you will hear the old ringer melody. Confirm.
To cancel the ringer in the idle status, press the P key and hold until the icon appears. The ringer cannot be re-activated while an external call is in progress.
To cancel the ringer for the current call, press the display key Silence.
Activating/deactivating the alert tone
When you activate/deactivate the ringer you can activate an alert tone. When you get a call, you will hear a short tone (beep) instead of the ring tone.
[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Beep on
Press the star key and hold and within 3 seconds: Press the display key. Then an incoming call is signalled by a short alert tone. You will now see in the display. Activating/deactivating the alert tone: Press the star key and hold. The ringer is switched on again.
Incoming calls and other messages are signalled with a vibration. This setting is independent of the ringer settings.
Handset settings Activating /deactivating suppression of the first ringer tone
The first ring is muted so that you are not disturbed by an incoming text message. You can change this setting so you can hear the first ring too.
v NO1O Q 1
Open the menu. Press keys. You want to hear the first ring: Press the key. You do not want to hear the first ring: Press the key. Confirm.
If you accept a call on the first ring and if this ring has signalled a text message, then the message will be lost.
You can use the Sound Manager to record polyphone melodies (maximum length 4 seconds) or transfer them with a data cable (max. 16 kb) (page 81). You can store up to 16 melodies.
Recording a melody
v Sound Manager
<New Sound> Record Sound? OK OK
Confirm. Confirm. Press the display key or wait 4 seconds, the recording is terminated. Your recording is played back automatically. Store the recording. Enter a name for the melody. Store the name. Long press (back to idle status).
Handset settings Playing back the melody, editing the entry
v Sound Manager s
Select the melody. Playing back the melody: Press the display key. Changing an entry: Press the display key. Scroll to the Volume line to change the volume. Scroll to the Edit Entry line to change the name. Scroll to the View Entry line to view the file name. Scroll to the Delete Entry line to delete the entry. Long press (back to idle status). either.
Activating/deactivating advisory tones
Your handset uses "advisory tones" to tell you about different activities and statuses. The following advisory tones can be activated and deactivated individually (the factory setting: On). Key click: Every key press is confirmed Acknowledge tones: Confirmation tone (rising tone sequence): at the end of an input/setting, when the handset is placed in the charging unit and when a new text message or a new entry arrives in the calls list Error tone (a falling tone sequence): with incorrect input End of menu tone: when scrolling at the end of a menu Battery tone: The battery needs recharging.
Manual registration: Gigaset SL1 colour to Gigaset SL100 colour
You have to initiate handset registration on the handset and on the base station.
1. On the handset
v Register H/Set s ~
Base 1 OK OK
Select base station (14) and confirm, e.g. Base 1. Enter the system PIN (the factory setting: 0000) and confirm.
Base 1 flashes in the display when the system PIN has been entered.
2. On the base station
Press the registration/paging key on the base station for 3 seconds. Registration is initiated.
The base station search is cancelled after 60 seconds. If registration has not completed inside this time, repeat the process. After successful registration, the handset will be assigned the lowest free number.
Manual registration: Gigaset 1000 to 4000 and other handsets with GAP functionality
This section describes how to connect handsets belonging to the Gigaset families, handsets A 2, C 1, S1 colour or handsets of other devices with GAP functionality to your Gigaset SL100 colour.
Start to register the handset as described in its operating instructions.
The next unassigned internal number (1-6) is automatically assigned to the handset as it is registered. If all the numbers have been assigned, number 6 is overwritten provided the handset is in idle status.
You can de-register any registered handset from any registered SL1 colour handset.
Open list of handsets.
______ Internal ______1 Call All INT 1 < Anna
The handset you are using is marked with <.
sv s ~
De-reg. H/Set No. OK OK
Select the handset you wish to de-register (your own handset is marked with <) and open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter the current system PIN (the factory setting is 0000) and confirm. Press the display key to confirm the prompt.
Looking for a handset ("Paging")
If you have mislaid your handset you can "page" it with the help of the base station. The registration/paging key is on front of the base station.
Press the registration/paging key on the base station for 1 second. All handsets will ring at the same time ("Paging"). End paging: Press the registration/paging key on the base station again for 1 second or the talk key c.
Using several handsets Changing an external "call to" number
Precondition: You are in the entry field for the room monitor (Step 1, page 60).
Scroll to the Call to: line and press the display key. Delete the number. Enter the external telephone number: Enter the new telephone number. Press the display key to open the menu.
Confirm. The entry is stored. Enter the internal telephone number: Press the display key. Select the handset and confirm.
Continue from Step 4 as described on page 60.
Changing an internal "call to" number
Scroll to the Call to: line and press the display key. Press the display key to confirm the prompt. Press the display key. The input field for the telephone number is opened. Enter an internal number as the "call to" number: Press the display key. Select the handset and confirm. Enter an external number as the "call to" number: Enter the telephone number. Press the display key to open the menu.
[RRRRRRR ] INT
Confirm. The entry is stored.
Deactivating the room monitor remotely
Take the call from the room monitor and key in 9 ;. The room monitor function will deactivate around 90 seconds after the call ends. The room monitor will make no further calls. The other room monitor functions on the handset (e.g. no ringer) will remain activated until you press the display key Off on the handset that is in the baby's room.
To reactivate the room monitor function with the same telephone number, you have to turn on the activation again and save with Save.
Setting the Walk and Talk mode
The Walk and Talk function allows two handsets to communicate with each other no matter how far they are from the base station. Example: You go on holiday and take two handsets with Walk and Talk functionality with you. Set the Walk and Talk function on both handsets. You can now communicate using the handsets. Precondition: Both handsets have been registered to the same base station or Both handsets are registered to different base stations and both are set to Best Base (page 55) or One of the handsets is not registered to any base station and the registered handset is set to Best Base or Neither handset is registered to a base station. Please remember: The maximum range between handsets in Walk and Talk is 300 metres outdoors. The handsets cannot be reached by incoming calls. Walk and Talk mode severely reduces handset operating times.
Activating/deactivating the Walk and Talk mode
v Walk and Talk
Deactivating the Walk and Talk mode:
If you now press the talk key c or handsfree key d , the call is sent to all handsets that are in Walk and Talk mode. The connection is made with the first handset to answer the Walk and Talk call.
Abu Dhabi. 00 Argentina. Australia. 14 Austria. 04 Bahrain. 34 Bangladesh. 47 Belgium. 21 Bosnia Herzegovina. 49 Brazil. Brunei. Bulgaria. Cambodia. Canada. China. Croatia. 81 Czech Republic. 27 Denmark. Dubai. 33 Egypt. 11 Estonia. Finland. 00 France. 00 Germany.222 Greece. Hong Kong. Hungary. 44 Iceland. India. 89 - 98 Indonesia. Ireland. 77 Italy. 00 Ivory Coast. Jordan. 42 Kenya. Kuwait. Latvia. Lebanon. Libya. 82 Lithuania. 10 Luxembourg. Macedonia. Malaysia. 18 Malta. 32 Mauritius. Mexico.Morocco. Netherlands. 0900-3333102 New Zealand. 63 Norway. Oman. 12 Pakistan. 00 Philippines. 18 Poland. 30 Portugal. 04 Qatar. Romania. 00 Russia. (800) 10 Saudi Arabia. 43 Serbia. 85 Singapore. Slovak Republic. 66 Slovenia. 36 South Africa. 57 Spain. 61 Sweden. 11 Switzerland. 00 Taiwan. 04 Thailand. 18 Tunisia. 08 Turkey. Ukraine. United Arab Emirates. 78 United Kingdom. USA. Vietnam. 22 44
In some countries repair and replace services are impossible where the products are not sold through our authorised dealers. Your Gigaset is designed for operation in your country, as indicated on the packaging and on the device itself. Country-specific conditions have been taken into account. If you have any questions about the differences between the public phone networks, please contact your specialist dealer or network provider.
This device is intended for analogue phone lines in the UK. Country-specific requirements have been taken into consideration. We, Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, declare that this device meets the essential requirements and other relevant regulations laid down in Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity is available at this Internet address: http://www.siemens.com/gigasetdocs.
Lithium-Ion (LiIon), 700 mAh (Valid when these operating instructions were printed) The device is supplied only with a recommended battery.
Handset operating times/charging times
Capacity (mAh) 700 Standby time (hours) min. 290 (12 days) Calling time (hours) approx. 18 Charging time (hours) approx. 2.5
These operating and charging times apply only when using the recommended battery.
or entry. 19
OK key. 12 On/Off key. 1 Open directory. 11 menu. 11 Operating time of the handset. 78 Operation (preparing to use your phone). 6 Order in directory. 80
PABX. 74 pause after access code. 75 set dialling mode. 74 set recall. 74 Setting pauses. 75 Storing an access code. 74 switch to tone dialling. 75 Pack contents. 6 Paging. 55 Paging key. 55 Pause after access code. 75 after Recall key. 75 change after line seizure. 75 Pauses for a PAXB. 75 PC Interface. 81 Phone cord. 7 Phone jack. 7 PIN SMS PIN. 47 Playing voice patterns. 25 Polyphone melodies. 66, 69 Power supply unit. 5, 7 Precondition sending and receiving SMS. 36 Predictive text. 39, 40, 80 activate/deactivate. 80 Prefix, see area code Preparing the telephone handset. 8 Telephone. 6 Preselection. 32 suppressing. 34
Name changing the name of the base station. of a handset. Network access list store a number. Network provider (numbers list). Network provider preselection, automatic. Night mode. Not kept anniversary. appointment. Notification, see SMS Notify number see SMS Notify type see SMS Number, see telephone number 16 16
Protect telephone from access. 72 Provider. 35 Service Provider. 35 Setting alarm clock. 14 appointment. 15 Base station. 72 date. 14 Display language. 64 external calls. 66 handset (individual). 64 handset volume. 65 loudspeaker volume. 65 melody. 66 Name announcement. 66 pauses. 75 recall. 74 ringer (melody). 66 ringer volume. 66 room monitor function. 60 time. 14 Time control. 66 time control. 66 volume. 66 Walk and Talk mode. 62 Setting name announcement. 66 Setting sensitivity in room monitor mode. 60, 63 Short Message Service, see SMS Shortcut. 84 Signal strength. 6 Signal tone, see Advisory tones SMS. 35 activate/deactivate mailbox. 48 activating/deactivating the function. 36 assigning a PIN. 47 change mailbox. 49 Character set. 38 copying number to directory. 46 delete list. 42, 45 editing/returning. 45 Entering an email address. 40 entry language. 38 errors in reception/transmission. 52 forward. 45 Insert picture. 42 Insert sounds. 42 loading a ringer tone. 51 mailbox ID. 47, 49 mailboxes. 47 notification by SMS. 49 notify number. 50
Questions and answers. 76
Range. 6 Recall. 74 Recall key. 1 pause after. 75 Receive (SMS). 43 Recording voice patterns. 24 Registering handsets. 54 Reminder call. 23 Remove protective film (display). 8 Repeater. 73 Reset, see Factory settings Ringer activating the. 68 changing a. 66 deactivating the. 68 melody settings. 66 set volume. 66 suppress. 35 suppressing. 69 time control for volume. 66 Ringer echo. 66 Ringer tone, see SMS Room monitor. 59 activating the. 60 Setting the sensitivity. 63 setting the sensitivity. 60 using in Walk and Talk mode. 63
Safety precautions. 5 Saving access code for a PAXB. 74 directory entry. 19 SMS. 39 Select menu option. 11 Select option (menu). 11 Send directory entry to a handset. 22 SMS. 39, 42 Send service centre see SMS Service. 77
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The solution has been designed to supply security and service quality with high availability, prioritizing global network management and supporting its operation and maintenance. Scalability and investment protection are critical factors. Mobility, as an information access concept, and independently from the physical loation and the medium used, is a top priority in todays world. For that reason, Siemens S.A. has designed a solution that matches the needs of El Porteo Building: A Mobile and Fixed Voice and Data Communication System Call Center, Billing and Administration Applications Conference and Alarm Management Application Internet Service Access Management
FAENA HOTEL+UNIVERSE, at El Porteo Building, will be the new Buenos Aires luxury hotel. El Porteo, located at the exclusive Puerto Madero area, is a great work that combines design, technology and comfort for its guests. This project started by recycling of an old grain mill and will continue with a second apartment building across El Porteo Building, called La Portea. Both of them will turn this area into one of the most exclusive residential areas in Argentina. The Challenge, Deploy a communication infrastructure that will allow El Porteo Building to supply services that offer world class services to its dwellers, ocassional visitors and guests of the Faena Hotel+ Universe.
El Porteo Building,
Through Siemenss solution, El Porteo Building strengthens its position of excellence in customer service.
The Solution, The Network proposal for El Porteo Building considers the use of combined technologies. Its purpose is to have the best cost - benefit ratio, and provide a range of services in the field of voice and data communications. Voice Communications: the HiPath Server will supply a robust, scalable platform, rich in facilities both for fixed telephony (Back of the House, Room Bathrooms) and Cordless Telephony. There is Conference and Alarm Management System: will support ad-hoc conferences, by simulating a "trunking" radio system. Data Communications: they will be based on the High Speed Fixed Ethernet Network and on the Wireless Mobile Network. They will use the 802.11b standard, and support network access from any compatible terminal in any area of the facilities. Internet Access: will be supplied and managed by a Proxy Gateway via user names and passwords. IT Security: for all the system, will be managed by a Firewall that will protect both the Back-ofthe-House Network (corporate network) and Hotel users (Wired and Wireless).
Design and Quality. Siemenss
products mean the highest quality and the best design throughout the world. This is deeply connected to the customer target of El Porteo Building.
System Integration. Siemens
was the only vendor to offer a complete solution according to business requirements.
Service Approach. Siemens has set up a specific Service Level Agreement (SLA) for El Porteo Building so as to ensure the highest quality in maintenance services.
basements, 8 floors and common areas such as, for instance, the Swimming Pool. Siemens Gigaset SL1 Professional is the telephone of choice that will be supplied to guests when they check in, allowing them to move around with absolute freedom with a single contact number. In the first stage, the number of mobile phones in place will be approximately 200.
complete Cordless coverage throughout the facilities, including 2
Benefits, Absolutely all systems to be integrated will be based on mature technologies in the market. This grants El Porteo Building systems the highest reliability.
Siemens, Competitive Advantages, always
With Siemens, you can count with the best technological partner, through continuous support and understanding of your needs
SIEMENSs marketing network is present throughout the country so as to be closer to your needs, either through our branches or our Certified Partner Network. We have our own application lab and showroom to offer you products that match your requirements. Our Customer Service Center has been thought of so as to offer the best service, by combining state-of-the-art technology in Customer Relationship Management applications with a team of people trained to solve any of your concerns in excess of your expectations. Also, when your company buys any of our products, it has the support of our Technical Support network throughout the country.
Being a Siemenss customer means having the support of a leading company, with worldwide recognition for its orientation to innovation and state-of-the-art technology. Wherever you want to have business, you can be sure that Siemens will be there, because you can count on us in more than 160 countries. Our products and solutions have been developed with the highest quality standards in the market. This sets us apart from our competitors. Through joint efforts together with our customers, we have managed to create competitive advantages supported by top technological design to match your current and future needs.
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