Sony SPP-A941, size: 1.4 MB
Sony SPP-A941 Annexe 1
Sony - 1-line - With Answering Machine - With Speakerphone
This Sony analog 900MHz cordless/answering machine features up to 7 hours of talk time and 6 days standby. The extended range feature improves corded quality range by making clearer conversations possible farther from the base. The tapeless all-digital answering machine allows 15 minutes of recording time with three individual message boxes that can be accessed by guided operation remote. Other features include 10-number speed dial and permanent flash memory.
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|elute96||4:14pm on Saturday, July 17th, 2010|
|SONY BEST CORDLEES PHONE i got this phone 2 months ago this is the best phone that i ever had it range is 900 foot in outdoors and 500 indoors.|
|pilgrim||1:04am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|None that I can find Bought 3, NONE worked Digital answering machine. Cordless handset. speed dial. none. Digital Answering Machine ummm...well. Comfortable handset, clear communications coming and going At less than 1 yr old, mailbox messages are sounding very grainy -and- HANDSET DIED!|
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INFORMATION FOR GENERAL TELEPHONES
1. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company. 2. The applicable registration jack (connector) USOC-RJ11C is used for this equipment. 3. This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a compatible modular jack which is Part 68 compliant. The FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this equipment. 4. The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the RENs should not exceed five (5.0).To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company. 5. If your equipment (SPP-A941) causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isnt practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons by battery, read and follow these instructions. 1. Use only the following type and size battery pack: Sony BP-T23. 2. Do not dispose of the battery pack in a fire. The cell may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions. 3. Do not open or mutilate the battery pack. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be toxic if swallowed.
6. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service. 7. If trouble is experienced with this equipment (SPP-A941), for repair or warranty information, please contact Sony Direct Response Center: Tel 1-800-222-7669. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. 8. All repairs will be performed in an authorized Sony service station. 9. This equipment cannot be used to party lines or coin lines. 10.This equipment is hearing aid compatible.
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 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.
If your telephone is equipped with automatic dialers
When programming emergency numbers and (or) making test calls to emergency numbers: 1. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call. 2. Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evenings.
Note on Warranty
Be sure to save the receipt and attach it to your warranty card when having your equipment repaired at an authorized Sony service center.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
Table of contents
Read this first Step 1: Checking the package contents 8 Step 2: Setting up the base unit 11 Step 3: Preparing the battery pack 12 Step 4: Choosing the dialing mode 13 Identifying the parts 30 Playing back messages 31 Adjusting the speaker volume 31 Erasing messages 32 Selecting the Announcement Only Mode 33 Screening calls 34 Recording a memo message 35 Operating from an outside phone 35 Setting the remote ID code (security code) 36 Picking up new messages
16 Making calls 17 Redialing 18 Receiving calls 42 43
Mounting the base unit on a wall Notes on power sources Maintenance Troubleshooting Specifications Index
Telephone Features 19 Speed dialing 19 Storing phone numbers 20 Making calls with speed dialing 21 Setting the ringer type 21 Turning off the ringer 21 Checking the ringer type 22 Setting the base ringer 23 Paging Answering Machine Features 24 Setting up the answering machine 24 Setting the time and day of the week 25 Recording the greeting 27 Setting the number of rings 28 Setting the audible message alert 29 Turning on the answering function
Back cover LIMITED WARRANTY
Read this first
Before you use your phone, you must first set it up. Heres a quick way to set up your phone: Steps 1, 2 , 3 and 4.
(page 7) First, unpack the phone and the supplied accessories.
(pages 8 to 10)
Next, you need to do three things to set up the base unit, including finding the best location for the base unit. Base unit
(pages 11 to 12)
Then, insert the battery pack into the handset and charge it for more than 10 hours.
Finally, select an appropriate dialing mode (tone or pulse) for the telephone to work property.
About the cordless telephone
Each time you place the handset on the base unit, a random security code is automatically assigned between the base unit and the handset. (The IN USE lamp flashes during the initialization, then turns off when the initialization is complete.) Only a handset which has this unique security code can make calls through the base unit. This system prevents the possibility of other cordless telephone handsets making calls through your base unit.
6US Getting Started
Step 1 Checking the package contents
Make sure you have received the following items in the package. If anything is missing, contact your local Sony dealer.
AC power adaptor (AC-T130)
Telephone line cords (2)
Wall bracket for base unit
Rechargeable battery pack (BP-T23)
Step 2 Setting up the base unit
Do the following steps: Choose the best location Connect the base unit Choose the dialing mode
Choose the best location
Where you place the base unit affects the reception quality of the handset.
Away from television sets and other electronic equipment Away from noise sources such as a window by a street with heavy traffic Away from heat sources, such as radiators, airducts, and sunlight Away from a microwave oven Away from excessive moisture, extremely low temperatures, dust, mechanical vibration, or shock
Away from a personal computer Near a central location and on a level surface Away from another cordless telephone CAUTION: Should you experience intermittent loss of audio during a conversation, try moving closer to the base or move base unit away from other noise sources. The cordless telephone operates at a frequency that may cause interference to nearby TVs and VCRs; the base unit should not be placed near or on the top of a TV or VCR; and, if interference is experienced, moving the cordless telephone farther away from the TV or VCR will often reduce or eliminate the interference.
Note Battery life may vary depending on usage condition and ambient temperature.
Step 4 Choosing the dialing mode
For the telephone to work properly, select an appropriate dialing mode (tone or pulse). The default setting is tone.
1 Press (PGM).
The TALK/BATT LOW lamp flashes.
2 Press (*TONE). 3 Press (#) for pulse dialing or (*TONE) for tone dialing. 4 Press (SPEED DIAL).
You hear a confirmation beep and the TALK/BATT LOW lamp goes off. 12
Identifying the parts
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.
qs qd qf 0 qa
1 Antenna 2 Speaker 3 TALK/BATT LOW lamp
Lights up during a call, flashes when you store a phone number for speed dialing.
9 PGM (Program) button (p. 12, 21)
Used to store numbers for speed dialing.
0 CHANNEL button (p. 16)
Used to select a better channel.
4 VOL (volume) switch (p. 16)
Adjusts the handset volume.
qa OFF button (p. 16)
Allows you to disconnect the call.
5 TALK/FLASH button (p. 16, 18)
Lets you make or receive a call.
qs REDIAL/PAUSE button (p. 17, 20)
Redials the last number called / inserts a pause in the dialing sequence.
6 Dialing keys (p. 16) 7 Battery compartment (p. 11) 8 TONE button (p. 12, 16)
Allows you to switch temporarily to tone dialing.
qd SPEED DIAL button (p. 12, 19)
Used to make a call with speed dialing.
Identifying the parts (continued)
0 qa qs qd qf qg qh qj
1 Message counter (p. 29)
Indicates the number of new messages recorded. A appears in the announcement only mode. F appears when there is no space to record messages.
6 REPEAT/SLOW button (p. 30)
Press to repeat the current message or go back to the previous message. Keep the button pressed for slow playback of messages.
2 REC/MEMO button (p. 25, 34)
Records a greeting or memo message.
7 CHARGE lamp (p. 11)
Lights while the battery is being charged.
3 ERASE button (p. 26, 31)
Erases the recorded greeting or messages.
8 IN USE lamp (p. 18)
Lights when the cordless handset is in use.
4 SELECT button (p. 24) 5 TIME/SET button (p. 24, 35)
Press when setting the day and time, or to check the current time. Also used when setting the remote ID code (security code).
9 MIC (microphone) (p. 25, 34) 0 Antenna (p. 9, 37) qa MENU button (p. 24) qs Speaker
14US Getting Started
qd ANSWER ON/OFF button (p. 29)
Turns the answering function on or off.
qk Hook for AC power adaptor cord (p. 9) ql DC IN 9V jack (p. 9, 37) w; LINE (telephone line) jack (p. 9, 37)
qf VOLUME +/ buttons (p. 31)
Adjusts the speaker volume.
qg SKIP/QUICK button (p. 30)
Press to skip to the next message. Keep the button pressed for quick playback of messages.
qh PLAY/STOP (MAILBOX 1, 2, 3) buttons (p. 30)
Plays back the messages in each mailbox.
qj HANDSET LOCATOR button (p. 23)
Allows you to page the cordless handset.
1 Pick up the handset from the
TALK/BATT LOW lamp
2 Press (TALK/FLASH).
TALK/BATT LOW lamp lights up, then youll hear a dial tone. If you hear beeps, move closer to the base unit.
3 Dial the phone number. 4 When youre done talking, press
(OFF) or replace the handset on the base unit. The TALK/BATT LOW lamp goes off.
To Select a better channel Adjust the handset volume Switch to tone dialing temporarily Switch to another call (call waiting service*) Do this Press (CHANNEL). Set the VOL switch to H (high), M (middle) or L (low). Press (*TONE) while using the telephone after youre connected. The line remains in tone dialing until disconnected. Press (TALK/FLASH) to access the flash function. Press (TALK/FLASH) again to return to the first caller.
*Contact your telephone company to subscribe to this service. Notes Before dialing, make sure you can hear the dial tone, otherwise you cannnot dail correctly. When the TALK/BATT LOW lamp lights up by pressing (TALK/FLASH) , the IN USE lamp on the base unit lights up simultaneously.
If the handset battery becomes weak during a call
You hear a beep every three seconds and the TALK/BATT LOW lamp on the handset flashes. The call will disconnect soon. Replace the handset on the base unit to charge. For optimum performance, charge the battery for a full 10 hours. Note that during the first 10 - 15 minutes of charging, the phone will be inactive, i.e., unable to make or receive a call. After this initial 10 - 15 minutes, you may be able to use the phone, but the battery duration will be very short; thus it is recommended that you fully charge the battery before the next usage.
2 Press (REC/MEMO).
Now recording is announced and a long beep sounds. Answering Machine Features
3 Speak into the base unit
microphone (MIC). The display starts counting. You can record up to 90 seconds.
4 To stop recording, press (PLAY/STOP).
Your greeting replays automatically.
Notes If you do not record your own greeting, the prerecorded greeting will be assigned automatically (see page 26). If your greeting is less than two seconds, the greeting is not recorded. The prerecorded greeting will be assigned automatically. If a call comes in during recording, recording stops automatically. If 90 seconds have passed or memory becomes full in step 3, recording stops automatically. Memory full is announced if no recording space is available when you press (REC/MEMO). Erase unnecessary messages (see page 31). Tip To record a greeting for the announcement only mode, select the announcement only mode first (see page 32), then follow the instructions above. Otherwise, the normal greeting will be recorded.
Setting up the answering machine (continued)
To check the greeting
Press (MENU) repeatedly until Set out-going message is announced. Then press (PLAY/STOP) to play back the greeting.
To change the greeting
Record a new greeting by following the instructions on the previous page. The new greeting replaces the old one.
To erase the greeting
Press (MENU) repeatedly until Set out-going message is announced. Press (ERASE).
Notes You can also erase the greeting during playback. If you have erased your own greeting, the prerecorded greeting will be assigned automatically.
Normal mode: Hello, Im unable to answer your call right now. Please leave your name, number and message after the tone. Hello, Im unable to answer your call right now. Please call again. Thank you.
Announcement only mode:
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Setting the number of rings
You can select the number of times the phone rings before it answers to take a message. There are four modes: 2, 4, 6, and Toll Saver.
Press (MENU) repeatedly until you hear Set number of rings. - - blinks on the display. Press (SELECT) repeatedly to select a ring duration (2, 4, 6, or Toll Saver). To answer after 2 rings, select 2. To answer after 4 rings, select 4. To answer after 6 rings, select 6. Select Toll Saver to answer after 2 rings when there are new messages, and 4 rings where there are no new messages. Press (TIME/SET). The ring duration setting is announced. Press (PLAY/STOP) to exit the menu setup mode. Answering Machine Features
Notes When the number of rings is set to Toll Saver, the phone answers after 2 rings if new messages are recorded. If no new message are recorded, it answers after 4 rings. When you hear 3 rings, you will know that there are no new messages. You can save the toll for the call when you pick up messages from an outside phone. The number of rings is preset to 4 rings.
Setting the audible message alert
You have the option of having a beep tell you if you have received any new incoming messages.
you hear Set audible message alert. - - blinks on the display.
2 Press (SELECT) to set the 3 Press (TIME/SET).
The setting is announced.
audible message alert on or off.
menu setup mode.
Notes When the audible message alert is turned on, you will hear a beep every 10 seconds if there are any new messages. To stop the beep, press any button related to the answering machine function or (VOLUME)(+)/ (-). The audible message alert is preset to off.
28US Answering Machine Features
Turning on the answering function
Press (ANSWER ON/OFF) on the base unit. The ANSWER ON/OFF button lights up.
This phone offers you three voice mailboxes, providing a convenient way to share the mailbox feature with other members of your household or business.
When a caller calls
The caller can choose one of the two ways to leave a message: If calling from a touch-tone phone, the caller select a mailbox by pressing (*)(1) (MAILBOX 1), (*)(2) (MAILBOX 2) or (*)(3) (MAILBOX 3) while the caller hears the greeting. The greeting stops and a beep will sound, then the caller can start recording a message Wait until the greeting finishes, then start recording a message. When the caller does not select a mailbox, the message is automatically recorded to MAILBOX 1.
Notes If four minutes have passed while recording the incoming message, the line will be disconnected automatically. If the message is shorter than two seconds, it will not be recorded.
To turn off the answering function
Press (ANSWER ON/OFF) on the base unit. The ANSWER ON/OFF button goes off.
Note The answering function is preset to on. Tip The answering machine will automatically answer a call after 10 rings, even if the answering function is off and announces Please enter your security code to prompt the caller to turn on the answering function.
When the memory is full
The total recording time of this answering machine is approximately 15 minutes (including the greeting, messages, and memo). When the remaining recording time becomes less than 30 seconds, F flashes on the display and the answering machine goes into the memory full status. In this status, the answering machine will not answer a call until after 10 rings even if the answering function is on. To avoid this erase unnecessary messages (see page 31). You can also erase the messages from an outside phone (see page 36).
Playing back messages
If there are new messages, the display flashes the number of new messages. You will hear beeps if the audible message alert setting is on (see page 28).
Press a mailbox button ((MAILBOX 1), (MAILBOX 2) or (MAILBOX 3)) to play back new messages in the selected mailbox.
Additional tasks when playing back messages
To Stop playback Repeat the current message Skip the current message Do this Press a mailbox button ((MAILBOX 1), (MAILBOX 2) or (MAILBOX 3)). Press (REPEAT/SLOW) during play back. Press (SKIP/QUICK).
Go back to the previous message Press (REPEAT/SLOW) within the first two seconds of the current message playback. Play back slowly Press and hold (REPEAT/SLOW) during play back. Release (REPEAT/SLOW) to return to normal. Press and hold (SKIP/QUICK) during play back. Release (SKIP/QUICK) to return to normal.
Play back quickly
Notes If a call comes in, the play back will stop. A time and day stamp is announced after each message. Tips If there are no new messages, all the previously reviewed messages are played back. The messages are saved even after a power failure.
30US Answering Machine Features
Adjusting the speaker volume
To adjust the speaker volume, press (VOLUME)(+) or (-).
Notes When you have reached the minimum or maximum volume level, you will hear three short beeps. You cannot adjust the speaker volume while the phone is ringing. Tip There are 8 steps for the volume level (1 to 8). The volume level is preset to 5.
recording. The message number on the display increases by one.
Notes If the memory becomes full, the answering machine will stop recording. Memory full is announced if no recording space is available when you press (REC/MEMO). If your message is shorter than two seconds, the recording will be canceled. The display flashes 99 if you record a memo for more than 99 seconds. If a call comes in during recording, the recording will be stopped.
34US Answering Machine Features
Operating from an outside phone
Setting the remote ID code (security code)
To operate the answering machine from a touch-tone phone while you are away from home, you need to set the remote ID code (security code).
you hear Set security code.
2 Press (SELECT) to change the 3 Press (TIME/SET) to confirm
your choice. The new remote ID code (security code) is announced.
remote ID code (security code) setting.
Note Press and hold (SELECT) to increase the remote ID code (security code) by 10.
Operating from an outside phone (continued)
Picking up new messages
Call your telephone number from a touch-tone phone. When you hear the greeting, press (#) and enter your remote ID code (security code). You will hear a confirmation beep. The number of new messages will be announced. Press the keys in the Table of control codes below for the desired operation command. When you are finished, disconnect the line.
Notes Do not let two seconds elapse between each digit of the remote ID code (security code) and the control code. If you did not turn on the answering machine, your phone answers automatically after 10 rings. If the message recording memory runs out, the answering machine turns off automatically. Memory full. Please enter your security code is announced. If you enter wrong remote ID code (security code) three times, the line will disconnect. If no keys are pressed within 20 seconds, the line will disconnect. Tips Press (*)(0) on the touch-tone keypad or (PLAY/STOP) on the base unit to disconnect the line. Cut off the Remote Control Card and carry it with you to see how to operate from an outside phone.
Table of control codes
To Play back messages in MAILBOX 1 Play back messages in MAILBOX 2 Play back messages in MAILBOX 3 Repeat/skip backward Key (#)(1) (#)(2) (#)(3) (#)(4) Notes Plays back from the first new message. Plays back from the first new message. Plays back from the first new message. Press during play back to repeat a message. To skip backward, press within two seconds after the current message starts. Press to access simple voice menu. Press again to access advanced voice menu. Stops every function Press during play back to skip forward. Now recording is announced. Review your greeting Select the mailbox by entering 1, 2 or 3. Press during play back Turns the system on/off. Answer machine on or Answer machine off is announced.
Get help Stop operation Skip forward Record greeting Check greeting Record a memo Erase individual messages Turn answering machine on/off
(*)(5) (#)(5) (#)(6) (*)(7) (#)(7) (*)(8) (#)(9) (#)(0)
36US Answering Machine Features
Mounting the base unit on a wall
1 Raise the hang-up tab. 2 Plug the telephone line cord to 3 Attach the wall bracket to the
center of the base unit.
the LINE jack and the AC power adaptor to the DC IN 9V jack, and hook the cords. Use the shorter cord for mounting.
AC power adaptor cord
Align the f marks of the wall bracket with those of the base unit.
4 Plug the telephone line cord to
Telephone line cord
the telephone outlet, and hook the base unit to the wall plate.
5 Plug the AC power adaptor to
an AC outlet. Then raise the antenna so that it points towards the ceiling.
AC outlet AC power adaptor
Tip To remove the wall bracket, press the lower tabs. Additional Information
Notes on power sources
On battery pack
Store the battery pack at a temperature between 41F (5C) and 95F (35C) for best performance. If you do not use the handset for a long period of time, remove the battery pack after charging for more than 10 hours. This maintains battery life.
For the customers in the USA RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
Nickel-Cadmium batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your unwanted batteries to your nearest point for collection, recycling or proper disposal. Note: In some areas the disposal of nickelcadmium batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited. RBRC (Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation) advises you about spent battery collection by the following phone number. Call toll free number: 1-800-822-8837 (United States and Canada only) Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking nickel-cadmium batteries.
On power failure
During a power interruption, you cannot make or receive calls, and you cannot use the answering machine.
Clean the cabinets with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water or a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine as they may damage the finish of the cabinet. If the charge terminals of the base unit and handset are soiled, wipe them with a soft cloth. If you have any questions or problems concerning your phone, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
If youve experienced any of the following difficulties while using your phone, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Symptom You hear four short error beeps when you press (TALK/FLASH). Making calls Remedy Make sure you have set up the base unit correctly (page 8). Move the handset closer to the base unit. Replace the handset to the base unit for a while to reset the random security code. Make sure the telephone line cord is securely connected to the telephone outlet. Make sure the battery is fully charged (page 11). Make sure the dialing mode is set correctly (page 12).
You hear no dial tone.
The phone does not connect at all, even though the number you dial is correct. The phone does not redial correctly. The handset does not ring.
Make sure the last dialed number is really the one you want to dial. Make sure the ringer is turned on (page 21). The battery may be weak. Charge the battery for more than 10 hours (page 11). Make sure you have set up the base unit correctly (page 8). Move the handset closer to the base unit. Replace the handset to the base unit for a while to reset the random security code. Make sure the telephone line cord is securely connected to the telephone outlet. Make sure the ringer is turned on (page 22). Move the handset closer to the base unit. Place the base unit away from noise sources (page 8). Press (CHANNEL) for a channel that gives better reception. The battery is weak. Charge the battery for more than 10 hours. Make sure you follow the procedure in storing the number correctly. Replace the handset to the base unit for a while. You pressed the number button to which no phone number has been stored. Store a correct number.
Receiving calls The base unit does not ring. During conversation You hear interference during conversation.
You hear a beep every three seconds during the conversation. You cannot store a speed dialing number. You cannot make a speed dialing call. Speed dialing is incorrect.
Symptom Paging The handset does not ring when calling from the base unit. Remedy The handset may be engaged in conversation. The battery may have little or no power. Charge the battery for more than 10 hours. Replace the handset to the base unit for a while. Raise the antenna of the base unit vertically. Place the base unit away from noise sources. The remaining recording time is less than 30 seconds or 99 messages were recorded. The answering machine becomes Memory full status and does not record messages. Erase messages (page 31). The message is less than two seconds. The answering machine does not record messages less than two seconds in length. Adjust the speaker volume (page 31). The callers message is too long. The callers voice is too low. The unit disconnects the line when it detects seven seconds of silence. There was a power interruption. Reset the time (page 24).
Message is not recorded.
Answering machine Operating from an outside phone
No sound from the speaker of the base unit. The callers message is interrupted. The clock is incorrect.
The phone does not accept your Make sure you call from a touch-tone phone. remote ID code (security code). Make sure the remote ID code (security code) is correct. Make sure you entered the remote ID code (security code) within two seconds after youve entered (#). The line is disconnected when you call your phone from a touch-tone phone. The CHARGE lamp does not light up when you place the handset to charge. You entered wrong remote ID codes (security codes) three times. Wipe the charge terminals of the base unit and the handset with a soft cloth for better contact of the charge terminals. Make sure the handset is placed on the base unit properly. The battery pack was charged less than 10 hours (due to power failure, etc.). The usage life of the battery has expired and needs replacement.
The battery duration is short.
40US Additional Information
The message counter on the base unit shows the following information.
When the counter shows Flashing number CL It means Number of messages not yet played back. Flashes when the day and time is cleared or delayed due to a power interruption, or when you connect the base unit to the AC outlet for the first time. Reset the time correctly (page 24). The announcement only mode is selected (page 32). The recording area is full. Erase unnecessary messages (page 31).
Frequency band 902 - 928 MHz Operating channel 30 channels Dial signal Tone, 10 PPS (pulse) selectable Supplied accessories See page 7.
Power source DC 9V from AC power adaptor AC-T130 Battery charging time Approx. 24 hours Dimensions Approx. 155 x 60 x 220 mm (w/h/d), antenna excluded (approx. x x inches) Antenna: Approx. 120 mm (approx. 4 inches) Mass Approx. 520 g (approx. 1 lb 2 oz), wall bracket excluded
Power source Rechargeable battery pack BP-T23 Battery charging time Approx. 10 hours Battery life Standby: Approx. 6 days Talk: Approx. 7 hours Dimensions Approx. 56 x 183 x 43 mm (w/h/d), antenna excluded (approx. x x inches) Antenna: Approx. 32 mm (approx. inches) Mass Approx. 230 g (approx. 8 oz), battery included
Maximum recording time About 15 minutes, using incorporated IC Greeting message Up to 90 seconds per each Incoming and Memo message Up to 4 minutes per message
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
42US Additional Information
Adjusting volume handset volume 16, 18 speaker volume 31 Announcement only mode 32 Answering machine playing back messages 30 setting up 24 turning on 29 Audible message alert 28
Location, base unit 8
Screening calls 33 Setting up answering machine 24 base unit 8 handset 11 Speaker 31 Speed dialing 19 Stamping messages with day and time 24, 30
Mailbox 29 Making calls 16 Memo 34 Messages pick up from an outside phone 35 playing 30 Mounting the base unit on a wall 37
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CORDLESS TELEPHONE WITH ANSWERING SYSTEM
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM BASE RF Board
See page 43 for IC Block Diagrams.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM BASE MAIN Board
See page 31 for Waveform.
5-10. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM BASE I-TAD Board
5-11. PRINTED WIRING BOARD BASE KEY Board 5-12. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM BASE KEY Board
BASE KEY BOARD
KP2, LD1 ANSWER ON/OFF KP2
VOLUME KP42 TIME/SET KP41 SELECT KP40 MENU KP30 + KP31
KP12 KP12, LD4 3
KP20 SLOW REPEAT KP11, LDKP22 QUICK SKIP
KP10, LD2 MAIL BOX 1
KP16 HANDSET LOCATOR
Ref. No. LD1 LD2 LD3 LD4 LED1 LED2 U1 Location C-6 H-5 G-5 F-5 I-2 H-2 C-4
BASE MAIN BOARD J3
5-14. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM HAND RF Board
5-15. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM HAND MAIN Board
See page 44 for IC Block Diagrams.
IC Block Diagrams U1 U1
TA31103F (BASE MAIN Board) TA31103F (HAND MAIN Board)
COMP MUTE EXP MUTE THROUG VREF PRE OUT EXP OUT
U2765B-AFSG3 (BASE RF Board) U2765B-AFSG3 (HAND RF Board)
DEM NTANK DEM TANK LIM1 OUT
E-RECT VCC PRE NF RO1
GND3 LIM2 IN LIM2 REF GND4
GND2 NC VCC3
15 + VREF RO2 AMP 8
G EXP MUTE SUM AMP + VREF THROUG COMP MUTE VREF + G 6
LOCAL OSC BUFFER
PRE AMP VREF THROUGH
MIX LIMITER AMP RSSI COMPARATOR + SLICER +
FILTER AMP 6 7
GND1 MIX OUT VCC1 MIX NOUT
FIL2 IN FIL1 OUT
TB31202BFN-EL (HAND RF Board) TB31202BFN-EL (BASE RF Board)
XOUT GND VCC CP2 XIN SW BO
SWITCH 1/2 PHASE COMPARATOR OUTPUT L. OSC BUF
MC74HC595AF (BASE MAIN Board)
PARALLEL DATA OUTPUT
LP2953IM (HAND MAIN Board)
SERIAL DATA INPUT
SERIAL DATA OUTPUT
MIC NF MIC IN GND
1 32, 33
PROGRAMABLE DIVIDER REFERENCE DIVIDER
PROGRAMABLE DIVIDER SHIFT REGISTER
PHASE COMPARATOR OUTPUT
CAT93C46KI (BASE MAIN Board)
ORG GND NC
KA8602D (BASE MAIN Board)
5 HIGH VOLTAGE GENERATOR ADDRESS DECODER
BIAS CIRCUIT IN+ 1 IN 2 + AMP1 + AMP2
MEMORY ARRAY 128X8 bit/ 64X16 bit
RIPPLE 8 REJECTION 7 MUTE
DATA REGISTER BUFFER DECODE & CONTROL LOGIC
+ FILTER AMP 1 + + 2 3
IN 2 AMP
SUM VREF AMP +
MIC AMP +
GND 1 NC 2 OUTPUT 3 ERROR AMP +
16 GND 15 INPUT
SENSE 4 SHUT DOWN 5 +
13 5V TAP
SHUT DOWN COMPARATOR DROP OUT DETECTION AMP ERROR 6
+ 12 VREF 1.23V 11 COMP IN 10 COMP OUT 9 GND
NC 7 GND 8
|Product Type||Cordless phone w/ answering system|
|Transmission Band||900 MHz|
|Dialing Modes||Pulse, tone|
|Function Buttons||Speed dial button, program button, channel button, flash button, pause button, redial button|
|Speed Dial Capacity||10|
|Speed Dial Max Digit Qty||20|
|Answering System Type||Digital|
|Recording Capacity||15 min|
|Tapeless Microchip Technology||Yes|
|Message Counter Display||Yes|
|Audible Message Alert||Yes|
|Placing / Mounting||Wall-mountable, table-top|
|Cables Included||2 x phone line cable|
|Type||Power adapter - external|
|Battery||1 x battery|
|Technology||Rechargeable - nickel cadmium|
|Talk Time||420 min|
|Standby Time||Up to 144 h|
|Audible Battery Alert||Yes|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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