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|heikolein||11:10pm on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|Still abit laggy due to WM, but it is the best of all. Hope the market place will have more app choices. Huge screen for web browsing, wifi router.|
|Sky_Writer||10:07am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|This is the most power packed smartphone you can find currently. Big screen, good multitouch, extremely responsive Poor battery life, no more wm 7|
|musingattheruins||9:28pm on Sunday, April 18th, 2010|
|A beast - great when tamed Ideal for Windows Mobile enthusiasts - powerful, full featured, well built hardware. HTC HD2 The phone is everything I expected, excellant display and good operating software. No regrets buying this inovative phone.|
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VTECH Printed in China 91-01468-006
Dear Parents: At VTECH we know that a child has the ability to do great things. Thats why all of our electronic learning products are uniquely designed to develop a childs mind and allow them to learn to the best of their ability. Whether its learning about letters, numbers, geography or algebra, all VTECH learning products incorporate advanced technologies and extensive curriculum to encourage children of all ages to reach their potential. When it comes to providing interactive products that enlighten, entertain and develop minds, at VTECH we see the potential in every child.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION.. 1 SETUP.. 2 POWER SOURCE.. 2-4
MAIN UNIT BATTERY INSTALLATION.. 2 MAIN UNIT AC ADAPTOR CONNECTION.. 2 BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION... 3 KEYBOARD BATTERY INSTALLATION.. 3 BATTERY NOTICE... 3 IF YOUR UNIT DOESNT TURN ON OR STOPS RESPONDING. 3 STILL HAVING PROBLEMS?... 4
MAIN UNIT BUTTONS.. 4-5 INFRARED KEYBOARD.. 5-8 MODE DESCRIPTION.. 9 DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES.. 9-14 ALARM CLOCK... 14-15 CARE AND MAINTENANCE. 16
Hello! Its nice to meet you! I am VTECHs Me-Mo-Mo. I have come to Earth to learn about your world, language and people I am so happy to meet a good friend like you! At first, I may have trouble speaking English, but the more you play with me, the more I will learn! I also want to learn the alphabet and numbers will you help me? You can see that I am happy when I shake and when my antennae blink. But sometimes, I get sleepy, fall asleep and dream. Dont tell anyone that I snore! That will be our secret. I know 25 learning activities and games to play with you. Sometimes, I really want to show you something I am learning, and I will guide you through the questions in Me-Mo-Mo Mode (thats me!). But if you want to show me how much you are learning, just press the Activity Mode button and you can select the activities. I just cant wait to play with you!
LIGHT-UP, SHAKING ANTENNAE
LCD SCREEN POWER BUTTON
POSEABLE LEGS WITH SUCTION CUP FEET
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1. For first time setup of Me-Mo-Mo, please insert 2 AA batteries in the keyboard. (2 AA batteries are not included for the keyboard). and watch Me-Mo-Mo spring to life! 2. Press the Power button any key on the keyboard to exit the demo mode. Press
again and the clock mode will appear. You can 3. Press the Power button set the clock by following the directions in the "SETTING THE TIME" section of this manual.
Me-Mo-Mo operates on a total of 6 AA (UM-3/LR6) batteries and 1 CR2032 backup battery. It will also operate using a 9V 300mA AC center-positive with 2 AA (UM-3/LR6) batteries and 1 CR2032 backup battery. (sold separately)
MAIN UNIT BATTERY INSTALLATION
(4 AA batteries come installed in the unit.) 1. Make sure the unit is turned OFF. The screen will be blank or will show the clock mode. 2. Locate the battery cover on the back of Me-Mo-Mo and open it. 3. Insert 4 new AA (UM-3/LR6) batteries, as illustrated. (The use of alkaline batteries is recommended for maximum performance.) 4. Close the battery cover.
MAIN UNIT AC ADAPTOR CONNECTION
Use a standard 9V 300mA AC center-positive adaptor instead of the 4 AA batteries in the main unit. The power adaptor is sold separately. 1. Make sure the unit is OFF or in the clock mode. 2. Locate the adaptor jack at the bottom of Me-Mo-Mo. 3. Plug the adaptor into the units adaptor jack. 4. Plug the adaptor into a wall outlet. NOTE: Do not leave the adaptor plugged in for long periods of time if the unit is not in use. 2
BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION
(1 backup battery comes installed in the unit) 1. Make sure the unit is turned OFF. The screen will be blank or show the clock mode. 2. Locate the backup battery cover at the bottom of Me-Mo-Mo and open it. 3. Insert 1 CR2032 battery, as illustrated. When replacing the backup battery, make sure the main batteries are already installed or AC adaptor is plugged in. 4. Close the battery cover. NOTE : Recommend to replace the backup battery at least once a year.
KEYBOARD BATTERY INSTALLATION
(2 AA batteries for the keyboard and sold separately.) 1. Locate the battery cover at the bottom of the keyboard and open it. 2. Insert 2 new AA (UM-3/LR6) batteries, as illustrated. 3. Close the battery cover.
Install batteries correctly observing the polarity signs (+,) to avoid leakage. Do not use rechargeable batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not use batteries of different types. Remove batteries from equipment when the unit will not be in use for a long time. Do not dispose of batteries in fire. Do not attempt to recharge ordinary batteries. The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
IF YOUR UNIT DOESNT TURN ON OR STOPS RESPONDING
If the unit does not respond when pressing the POWER button , or if the unit suddenly stops responding, the batteries may need to be replaced or the unit may need to be reset. Before inserting new batteries, press and hold the RESET button on the bottom of the unit. Use a small blunt object to gently press the RESET button. 3
STILL HAVING PROBLEMS?
If the problem persists, please call our Consumer Services Department at 1-800-5212010 in the U.S. or 1-800-267-7377 in Canada and a service representative will be happy to help you.
MAIN UNIT BUTTONS
Press this button to turn the unit ON or OFF. When the unit is OFF, the alarm clock will be displayed.
If there is no input into the VTECH Me-Mo-Mo for a few minutes, the unit will automatically shut off to save power. Press the POWER button again to restart the unit.
Press this button to light up the LCD screen.
Adjust the volume by sliding the VOLUME switch left to lower the volume, and right to raise the volume.
ALARM TIME HOUR SET SELECT MIN. SET
Press this button to adjust the brightness of the screen.
Press this button to view and activate/ deactivate the alarm clock. 4
TIME SELECT BUTTON
Press this button to change the time and the alarm in the clock.
HOUR SET/MIN. SET BUTTON
HOUR SET MIN. SET
Press this button to set the time.
VTECH Me-Mo-Mo has an infrared QWERTY keyboard with 50 keys and a four directional Cursor key. The keyboard works within six feet of the main unit.
ME-MO-MO MODE BUTTON
Press this button to enter Me-Mo-Mo Mode and let Me-Mo-Mo lead the way!
ACTIVITY MODE BUTTON
Press this button to enter Activity Mode and select your own destinations and activities. 5
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Press this key to go Home. In Activity Mode, select any of the Logic & Games activities at this location.
Press this key to go to School. In Activity Mode, select any of the Language Arts & Music activities at this location.
Press this key to go to the Park. In Activity Mode, select any of the Math & Logic Puzzles at this location.
Press this key to see a short demonstration and fun animations of Me-Mo-Mo.
Use the four-directional Cursor key to move the on-screen cursor up, down, left, right.
These number keys are for all the math-related activities, as well as Music Library and Big Buyer activities.
Use these keys to input answers for word-related activities.
Use this key to delete the last letter or number typed.
Use this key to exit the current activity.
This HINT key will give you a hint. The applicable activities are: Beginning Letter; Missing Letter; Spelling; Addition; Subtraction; Big Buyer.
Press this ENTER key to confirm your answer.
Press this key to see the correct answer. For Move the Blocks and Face It! activities, press this key to start a new question.
Press this key when a true/false question is correct.
Press this key when a true/false question is incorrect.
This key will repeat the last question.
Use these keys to create your own melodies in Melody Maker.
Press this key to add a pause or rest into the music you are creating in Melody Maker.
Press this key to hear the music you composed in Melody Maker.
Press this key to erase the music youve created in Melody Maker. 8
There are two modes of play to choose from: Me-Mo-Mo Mode and Activity Mode. When Me-Mo-Mo is powered ON, it will automatically be in Me-Mo-Mo Mode.
In this mode, Me-Mo-Mo guides the player to activities and questions that MeMo-Mo wants to play. The player can press the HOME / SCHOOL / PARK keys to send Me-Mo-Mo to a different location, but Me-Mo-Mo will choose the activity.
In Activity Mode, the player can choose their favorite activities.
DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES
Me-Mo-Mo or his friends will appear on the left side of the screen, use the Cursor key to select the matching shadow. Press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
MATCH THE EYES
A pair of unmatching eyes will appear on screen. The left eye will stay unchanged, but the right eye will show different expressions. When the matching eye appears, press the ENTER key and win the game!
The left half of a picture will appear on screen. Use the Cursor key to find the matching right half of the picture. Press the ENTER key to confirm your answer and see an animation of the picture!
FOLLOW MY EYES
This activity tests your memory and computer skills. You will see Me-Mo-Mo look in different directions (up, down, left, right). Watch closely and remember the pattern. When it is your turn, use the Cursor key to repeat the pattern.
This is a fun activity that lets you change Me-Mo-Mos reflection in a funhouse mirror. Use the Cursor key to bend the mirror and change Me-Mo-Mos look!
In this activity, you can see Me-Mo-Mos friends from all his travels. On the left side of the screen you will see a face. Use the Cursor key to change the face on the right, and find the exact match.
Me-Mo-Mo loves to listen to music! For your musical enjoyment, we have included 8 of his favorite songs. Press a number between 1 and 8 to hear them. 1. Comet Tail 2. Asteroids 3. Moon Dance 4. Planets 5. Space Waltz 6. Sunshine 7. Me-Mo-Mos Anthem 8. Me-Mo-Mos Dance In Melody Maker, you can compose your own melodies. Use the musical keys to create and play your music. If you want to hear Me-Mo-Mos song, don't press any key for one minute, and he will start to sing! 10
There are 2 versions of this activity described below. 1) LETTER TYPING In Me-Mo-Mo Mode, this version can appear. The 26 letters of the alphabet will pop out on screen. You must find that letter and type it in correctly. When Me-Mo-Mo has learned all 26 letters, this game will not play again, until the unit is reset.
2) FIND THE COMMON LETTER: This activity appears in both Me-Mo-Mo Mode and Activity Mode. Three words appear on screen with only one common letter in all the words. Find the common letter and type it in.
Two types of questions will randomly appear in this activity. 1) LETTER ORDER: On screen, letters in alphabetic sequence appear. If the order is correct, press the YES key. If the order is incorrect, press the NO key. 2) MISSING LETTER: A sequence of letters appears on screen with one letter missing. Type in the missing letter to make the sequence in order.
A picture will appear on screen followed by a word with the beginning letter missing. Using the keyboard, find the correct letter and type it in.
A picture of a word will appear, followed by its spelling. One letter will be missing from the word. Using the keyboard, type the missing letter.
A word will appear on screen, followed by several pictures. Using the Cursor key, choose the picture that matches the word and press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
A picture will appear on screen, followed by a screen with blanks for letters. Fill in the blanks by typing in the correct spelling of the picture shown. Press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
LOOKS LIKE NUMBERS
An object will appear on screen. Look carefully, because that object will have the shape of a number 1 through 28. Type in the number that resembles that object, and press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
A number of objects will appear on screen. Count the objects and type in the number. Press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
Two types of questions will randomly appear in this activity. 1) NUMBER ORDER: A sequence of numbers will appear on screen. If the numbers are in the correct order, press YES. If the numbers are not in the correct order, press NO. 2) MISSING NUMBER: A sequence of numbers will appear on screen with one number missing. Type the missing number and press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
MORE & LESS
You will see two groups of objects, one set on the left and one set on the right. Me-Mo-Mo will ask you a question (either Which side has more? or Which side has less?). Use the Cursor key to choose the correct side, and press the ENTER key to confirm your answer.
An addition problem will appear on screen. Type in the answer and press the ENTER key to confirm.
A subtraction problem will appear on screen. Type in the answer and press the ENTER key to confirm.
Can you help Me-Mo-Mo buy a snack? First choose a snack from the 3 pictures on screen by using the Cursor key and the ENTER key. You will see the price of the snack on the left side of the screen and some coins on the right side. Type the number of the coin you want to use, until you have reached the correct price and press the ENTER key when you have entered the correct amount.
HIDE & SEEK
There are 3 trees that Me-Mo-Mo will use as a hiding place. Use the Cursor key and the ENTER key to select the tree you think he is behind!
Me-Mo-Mo is very curious about the plants on Planet Earth. On the right side of the screen you will see the kind of leaf Me-Mo-Mo is trying to collect. There are 3 columns where leaves of different types will be falling. Use the Cursor key to move the hand at the bottom of the screen to catch the matching leaves while avoiding all the other leaves. Try to collect 3 matching leaves to win the game!
MOVE THE BLOCKS
Me-Mo-Mo needs your help to escape the block maze! There is an exit on the right side of the screen but there are heavy blocks ( ) and light blocks ( ) in his way. Use the Cursor key to push the light blocks out of the way and clear a path to the exit. Remember, Me-Mo-Mo is not strong enough to move any heavy blocks or 2 light blocks at the same time!
There are 2 garbage bins showing on the screen, one for recyclable( ) and one for non-recyclable( ). Use the Cursor key to move the bin to the right place to catch the correct kind of garbage. RECYCLABLE OBJECTS
Me-Mo-Mo also doubles as an alarm clock. When Me-Mo-Mo is powered OFF, the clock will be displayed. Alarm on
TIME HOUR SET SELECT MIN. SET
SETTING THE TIME
The time can be set by using the buttons on the back of the unit or the keyboard. 1. Press the POWER button so that the time appears on the screen.
2. To begin setting the clock, press the TIME SELECT button. The hour field should be flashing. 3. Press the TIME SELECT button again (or the up/down Cursor key) until the desired hour appears. 4. Press HOUR SET/MIN. SET button (or press the left/right Cursor key) to confirm the hour and to change into minute field. The minute field should now be flashing. 5. Press the TIME SELECT button (or the up/down Cursor key) again until the desired minute appears. 6. Press HOUR SET/MIN. SET button (or the ENTER key) to confirm the minutes and return to the clock.
SETTING THE ALARM
The alarm time can be set by using the buttons on the back of the unit or the keyboard. 1. Press the POWER button so that the time appears on the screen.
2. Press the ALARM button, if the bell icon appears, the alarm is set to sound. If the bell icon does not appear, the alarm will not sound. Press the ALARM button again to check or change the alarm time. 3. To change the alarm time, press the TIME SELECT button. The hour field should be flashing. 4. Press the TIME SELECT button again (or the up/down Cursor key) until the desired hour appears. 5. Press HOUR SET/MIN. SET button (or press the left/right Cursor key) to confirm the hour and to change into minute field. The minute field should now be flashing. 6. Press the TIME SELECT button (or the up/down Cursor key) again until the desired minute appears. 7. Press HOUR SET/MIN. SET button (or the ENTER key) to confirm the minutes and return to the clock. 8. Your alarm should now be set to ring. When the alarm rings, you can press any key on the keyboard, or the main unit to turn it off.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1. Keep the unit clean by wiping it with a slightly damp cloth. 2. Keep the unit out of direct sunlight and away from direct sources of heat. 3. Remove batteries when the unit will not be in use for a long period of time. 4. Do not drop the unit on hard surfaces. 5. Do not expose the unit to moisture or water. 6. Suction cups for use on tabletops or floors only. 7. Handle with extra care when removing Me-Mo-Mo from any flat surface. Release all the suction cups on the feet as shown before pulling it up.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Creating and developing electronic learning aids is accompanied by a responsibility that we at VTECH take very seriously. We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information that forms the value of our products. However, errors sometimes can occur. It is important for you to know that we stand behind our products and encourage you to call our Consumer Services Department at 1-800-521-2010 in the U.S. or 1-800-267-7377 in Canada with any problems and/or suggestions that you might have. A service representative will be happy to help you.
This equipment uses and generates radio frequency energy and if installed and used improperly, that is, not in strict accordance with the manufacturers instructions, it may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been typically tested and found to comply within the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause 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 the receiving antenna relocate this product with respect to the receiver move this product away from the receiver
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VTECH COMMUNICATIONS LTD. Distributed in the U.S.A. by VTECH Communications, 8770 SW Nimbus Avenue / Beaverton, Oregon, 97008 Distributed in Canada by VTECH Electronics Canada Ltd., 200-7671 Alderbridge Way, Richmond. B.C. Copyright 1996 for VTECH COMMUNICATIONS LTD. 91-4010-13-00
VTECH COMMUNICATIONS LTD.
INTRODUCTION 2 Parts Check List:.. 3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.4 HANDSET BATTERIES 6 Charging the Handset Batteries. 6 Replacing The Handset Batteries.7 GETTING STARTED 8 Setting Up Your VTech 900i. 8 WALL MOUNTING.. 10 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE 11 INITIAL POWER-UP.. 11 VTech 900i Cordless Telephone.11 VTech 900i Integrated Telephone Answering Device (ITAD).12 CORDLESS PHONE OPERATION. 13 Making Calls.. 13 Disconnecting.. To Put A Call On Hold. The Mute Feature.. 13 Changing Channels. 14 Temporary Tone.. 14 Programming the Ringer Type.I 4 Turning Off The Ringer. 15 Checking the Ringer..15 Memory Dialing.. 15 To Store a Number into Memory.l5 To Dial a Number From Memory.l6 To Changeor Replace a Stored Number.16 Storing Pauses in Memory. 16 Using Redial.. I 6 Storing a Redial Numberin Memory Dial. I 7 The Page Feature.17 Tone Definitions.. 17
INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE (ITAD) OPERATION 18 LCD DISPLAY.. 18 LCD Display Icons. 18 LCD Display Digits.. 19 BASE KEYPAD FUNCTIONS.19 Main Function Keys. 19 Message Playback Keys.. 22 INITIAL SET-UP.. 23 Ring Type Programmi. 23 Security Code Programming.. 23 Time and Day Setup. 24 Mailbox Programming. 24 Selecting the Announcement.25 Recording the Announcement.25 Leaving a Message. 26 Recording a Memo.. 26 Listening to Messages. 27
REMOTE OPERATION OF ITAD 29 ACTIVATING REMOTEOPERATION.29 To activate remote operation from your cordless handset.. 29 To activate remote operation from a different telephone line.. 29 VOICE PROMPTS. 30 Listening to Messages.. Changing the Announcement. Recording a Memo.. 31 REMOTE COMMANDS. 32
. 35 OUT OF RANGE INDICATION.36 IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY. 37 WARRANTY STATEMENT. 39 FCC AND IC REGULATIONS. 40 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS..43
Congratulations! You have purchased one of the most sophisticated cordless telephones on the market! The VTech 900i has been designed to offer a new standard in cordless telephone technology. Unlike most other cordless phones, the VTech 900idigitizes your voice to give the minimum amount of noise. In most conditions you will not be able to tell you are using a cordless phone. Gone are t h e annoyances of static, interference and having to listen to other people's conversationson your cordless phone. The VTech 900i scrambles your voice before it transmits it. This allows you the security of knowing that no one can tune in and eavesdrop on your conversations. The phone will also alert you when you are "Out of Range" even when you're not using the phone! In this way you will not miss an incoming call just because you were not close enough to the base unit. Cordless Telephone Features: 10 Number Speed Dial Memory 10 Channels of Operation Automatic Channel Selection 65,000 security code combinations Page HOLD, REDIAL, MUTE and FLASH features Programmable Ringer Types Digital Volume Adjust Temporary Tone Dialing The VTech 900i base unit includes an Integrated Telephone Answering Device (ITAD). It uses digital memory to record messages, eliminating the need for cassette tapes. You can access your messages from the base unit, the handset or from a remote location.
ITAD Features: 30 or 15 minutes standard record time option Base LCD display for ease and clarity of operation. Time and day stamp for incoming messages. Digital message counter indicates number of messages received. Auto disconnect stops ITAD from answering call when an extension is picked up. Skip messages, scan forwards or backwards through your messages instantly. Selective message delete allows you to keep important messages. Message length control; stops recording after 5 seconds of silence in recorded message. Memory backup to protect against power failure. Ring pick-up selection; unit can be set to pick-up and record messages after 2 rings, 4 rings or play announcement only with no message recorded. Toll saver for remote operation. Memo record capability. Programmable security code for remote operation. Volume control with 4 levels for the ITAD speaker. 04 i n d i v i d u a l m a i l b o x e s f o r personalized message storage and retrieval. This manual is designed to familiarize you with the VTech 900i. To get the most use out of your VTech 900i, we strongly recommend you read the manual before using your phone.
Parts Check List: 1. Handset 2. Base unit and AC adapter 3. Telephone line cord 4. Molded Battery pack 5. Wall mounting screws and caps 6. Wall mounting bracket
BASE UNIT and AC ADAPTER
TELEPHONE LINE CORD
MOULDED BAlTERY PACK
WALL MOUNTING SCREWS and CAPS
WALL MOUNTING BRACKET
IMPORTANT SAFETY.INSTRUCTIONS -.
When usingyourtelephone equipment, basicsafety precautionsshould always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Read and instructions. understand all
7. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your dealeror localpower company.
12. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and referservicingtoqualified service personnel under the following conditions: A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
E. If the product has been dropped and thecabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13. Avoid using a telephone (otherthan a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lighting.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
8. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it.
6. If liquid has been spilled into the
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
14. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
4. Do not use this product near water (for example, near a bath tub, kitchen sink, or swimming pool).
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
9. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
10. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product, but take it to a qualified serviceman when some service or repairwork is required. Opening or removing cabinet parts other than specified access doors may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembling can cause electric shock when the appliance is subsequently used. In addition, attempting to service the unit yourself may void your warranty.
D. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions because improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation. To protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked by placing the product on the bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not be placed in a built-ininstallationwhere proper ventilation is not provided.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
11. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Charging the Handset Batteries The handset of your VTech 900i cordless telephone is powered by rechargeable batteries. They charge automaticallywhenever the handset is in the base. You should charge the batteries for 24 hours when you first receive your phone. You'll know the batteries need charging when:
The phone beeps when you press the PHONE key. -The LOW BAT I MUTE LED is flashing. The handset seems completely dead and does not beep when you press the keys.
IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO OVERCHARGE THE BATTERIES
If the Batteries Don't Recharge The battery pack can be recharged many times, but if you get a low-battery signal even after 24 hours of charging, the battery pack should be replaced. Optional Accessory Battery and Charger Your 900i uses a molded battery pack which may need to be replaced at some point in the future. VTech offers an accessory battery, as well as a battery and charger (model# TBC-900) which is compatible with your 900i. Please contact your local VTech dealer, or call VTech directly.
To purchase replacementbattery packs and other accessories: In the US call: VTECH Communications at 1-800-624-5688 In Canada call: VTECH Electronics at
Replacing The Handset Batteries 1. Remove the old molded batterv pack by pressing on the battery release button and slide the battery downward.
CAUTION: To Reduce the Risk of Fire or Injury to Persons, Read and Follow the Instructions
1. Use only Vtech battery, part number: 80-4016-00-00.
2. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be toxic if swallowed.
To Charge The Batteries Place the handset in the base unit. The CHARGE indicator will light to show the handset is seated properly and the batteries are charging. The CHARGE indicatorwill flash if the handset battery is not charged enough for the handset to operate. Once the battery reaches the minimum level needed to operate, the CHARGE indicator will illuminate steadily and the battery will continue to charge up to its full potential.
It is recommended that the battery be charged for 24 hours. You can use your telephone before that with diminished capacity, but it is best to let them charge fully. To maximize the charge capacity of the NiCad battery pack, recharge the battery for several cycles. Once you have properly conditioned the rechargeable battery, the maximum battery life should be 6 hours of continuoustalk time or5 days of standby.
2. Discard the old battery pack. Don't
3. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery with conducting materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery or conductor may overheat and cause burns.
4. Do not dispose of the battery in a
put the old battery pack in a trash compactor or a fire - it could burst.
3. Slide the new molded battery pack
fire. The cell may explode.
on its track, until it is firmly in place. 4. The new molded battery pack must be charged before using your telephone. Place the handset in the cradle of the base unit to allow it to charge for 24 hours.
PUT BATTERY PACK SLIDE FORWARD
IMPORTANT: Do not dispose of this battery into household garbage. For information on recycling or proper disposal, consult your local solid waste
Setting Up Your VTech 900i 1. Choose an area near an electrical outlet and a telephone wall jack.
4. Plug the AC power adapter into an electrical outlet. The ONlOFF LED will flash during initialization for about 20 seconds. After initialization of the ITAD, the LCD clock display will flash until it is set. NOTE: Connect power to the base unit before placingthe handset in the cradle.
4. Set the TONUPULSE switch on
THE HANDSET BATTERIES BEFORE USE. The batteries recharge automaticallywheneverthehandset is in the base unit cradle. The batteries must be charged for 24 hours before using your phone for the first time. The CHARGE LED will flash until the handset is laced in the base cradle and the batteries are charged.
CAUTION: 1. Neverinstalltelephonewiring during a lightning storm. 2. Never installtelephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
3. Never touch uninsulatedtelephone
AC ELECTRICAL OUTLET
TELEPHONE WALL JACK
the base unit. If you have touch tone service on your phone line, set the switch to TONE. If you have rotary service, set the switch to PULSE.
7. CHECK FOR A DIAL TONE.
2. Install optional 9V back-up battery in compartment located on underside of 900i base unit. This battery retains memory in the event of a power outage. VTech recommends the use of an alkaline battery.
Afterthe batteries are charged, pick up the handset and press the PHONE key. The PHONE indicator should light up, and you should hear a dial tone. If not, see IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY.
To Dial a Number From Memory 1. Press PHONE to get the dial tone. 2. Press MEM and the number key
If your phone is connected to a PBX you can store the PBX access number and a pause before the phone number. For example, to store 9-PAUSE-555-1234 in memory location 8, do the following: 1. Press PRG 2. Press 8 3. Press 9 4. Press HOLD 5. Dial 555-1234 6. Press MEM
Storing a Redial Number in Memory Dial To store the last number you dialed as a regular Speed Dial number, press PRG, a number key (0.9), REDIAL, MEM.
STORE A REDIAL NUMBER INTO MEMORY
Tone Definitions A long warbling tone signals an incoming call. This tone is programmable. See Programming The Ringer Type.
A long series of beeps signals a page.
A short buzz when you press PHONE signals the batteries need charging. A short beep signals that you are either out of range, or that a call is on HOLD. A long buzzing tone signifies an invalid key operation.
DIALING FROM MEMORY
i!T!E%fgLSE-555-1236, FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE
3. PRESS A MEMORY LOCATION
For example, to dial the number you assigned to key '8', you would press PHONE, MEM, 8. To Change or, Replace a Stored. Number To change or replace a stored number simply enter the new number and store it in the memory location you wish to change. Storing Pauses in Memory To insert a pause in a phone number, press HOLD at the appropriate point when storing the number. This inserts a 1.5 second pause. Forlongerpauses, press HOLD two or more times. Each press makes the pause 1.5 seconds longer and is treated as a stored digit.
The Page Feature From the base unit, press PAGE to signal the person at the handset. To end the page at the base, press PAGE again. To end the page at the handset, press OFF.
Using Redial To REDIAL the last number you dialed out, press PHONE then press REDIAL. The phone will automatically dial out the number.
TO REDIAL LAST NUMBER
This feature is also useful if you have misplaced the handset. To locate the handset press PAGE at the base. This starts a paging tone at the handset. When it is located, cancel the paging tone by pressing OFF on the handset.
INTEGRATED TELEPHONE ANSWERING DE@- (ITAD)-OPERATION. -. -
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REC REC (the Record icon) flashes when either of the two outgoing announcements(Announcement1 or 2), or a memo is being recorded. MEMO The MEMO icon remains on steadily during memo playback. MEMOalsoremains on steadilyduring recording of a memo. ANNC The Announcement icon, ANNC, illuminates steadily in conjunction with one of the Announcement Number icons (1,2 or OGM) to indicate which outgoing announcement has been selected. ANNC and the corresponding Announcement Number icon also illuminate steadily when the announcement is being recorded. DA Y The Day icons (SUN-SAT) indicates thecurrent day by steadily illuminating the corresponding day icon when the ITAD is not in use. If the clock has not been set the SUN day icon will flash. The Dayicon also indicates the day a message/memo was recorded by steadily illuminatingthe corresponding day icon for the duration of the message/memo playback. Allof the Dayiconsflashwhen memory is full. BATTERY The Battery icon will flash when the back-up battery is in need of replacement. This will only function when power is applied to the unit; it will not function when the back-up battery is in use.
LCD Display Digits
In the Volume Setting mode, the message counter will display an 'L'in the first digit, followed by a 1,2,3, 4 or in the second digit corresponding to the current volume level setting.
BASE KEYPAD FUNCTIONS CLOCWTIME STAMP DISPLAY
LCD Display Icons
MAILBOX The MAILBOX icon and the Mailbox Number icons remain on steadily if the ITAD is set-up for 1 or more mailboxes. Otherwisethey remain off for zero mailboxes. See Mailbox programming. The Mailbox Number icons flash (in conjunction with MESG'S icon) to indicate new messages designated for specific mailboxes. New messages for the Generic mailbox do not cause the MAILBOX icons to flash. MESG'S MESGIS(the Messages icon) flashes to indicate new messages and/or memos. MESG'S will always flash if a new message/memo is present, independent of the current mailbox selection. MESG'S remains on steadily if there are messages in memory, but no new messages.
The fourdigits on the leftof the display, including the colon and the amlpm icons, display currenttime of day when the ITAD is not in use. If the clock has not been set it will remain flashing until it is properly set (See Time and Day Setup). Duringmessage/memo playback,the clock will steadily display the time stamp for that message/memo. During the recording of either memos or outgoing announcements,the clock will display the elapsed time in minutes:seconds. MESSAGE COUNTER Main Function Keys
FUNCTIONS ON 1 OFF
The two digits on the right hand side of the display form the message counter. They displaythe total number of messages (old and new) in the current mailbox selection (the default selection is All Mailboxes).
ONIOFF This key is used to turn ON and OFF the ITAD. While in the OFF state, the cordless phone will still operate normally. When the ITAD is ON, the power LED besidethe ONIOFF key is illuminated.
Regardless of whether the ITAD is on or off, the message counter, and current timelday are still displayed. *When OFF, the ITAD can be reactivatedremotely by 10successive rings on an incoming call. The ITAD is activated whenever the cordless handset is used to access the 900i by pressing PHONE, *, # (see Activating Remote Operation). MAILBOX
TO RECORD : PRESS and HOLD
Press and hold ANNC for 2 seconds to begin announcement recording (see Recording the Announcement). MEMORY
To see the different set-up options, keep pressing SETUP key briefly (1 press per option). To terminate Set-up mode, either press STOP or it isdone automatically by not pressing any keys for a 5 second period. VOLUME
Message Playback Keys
PRESS ONCE TO ERASE CURRENT PLAYING MESSAGE
PRESS and HOLD TO ERASE ALL REVIEWED MESSAGES
REPEAT The REPEAT key is used to return to the beginning of a message during message playback. If this key is pressed prior to a message, the previous message will begin. The previous message will also begin if this key is pressed twice quickly during message playback.
PLAY *The PLAY key is used to begin playback of all messages/memos (new and old) in the current mailbox selection (the default mailbox selection is All). This key is also used to play the current announcement message by pressing and holding it for more than 2 seconds.
if there are new messages/ memos present in memory; otherwise, answers call after 4 rings. Thus, if Toll Saver is active and your ITAD rings 3 times when you call, you can hang-up to avoid any long distance charges. To change ring type setting: 1. Press and hold the SETUP key for 2 seconds. The ITAD will beep and the LCD will display "rt"(ring type) and the current ring type setting.
2. Use the REPEATand SKlP keys to scroll to the desired ring type. Forwardselection is in the following order 2 rings, 4 rings, Toll saver.
ERASE The ERASE key is used to delete old messages (previouslyreviewed) from the ITAD. Pressing ERASE during message playback deletes that message. If this key is pressedand heldfor more than 2 seconds, all old (previously reviewed) messages in the current mailboxselection will be deleted (This feature works only when the answering machine is idle; it does not work during message playback). To prevent accidental deletion of new messages, you are not able to delete a message unless it has been listened to first!
TO STOP MESSAGE PLAYBACK TO STOP MEMO RECORDING TO STOP ANNC. RECORDING TO EXIT SET-UP MODE PRESS
TO PLAY NEXT MESSAGE :
STOP *The STOP key is used to exit the current mode of operation and return to the ITAD Standardoperationmode. Use STOP to stop message playback, stop memo or announcement recording, or exit the set-up mode.
SKlP *The SKlP key advances to the beginning of the next message during message playback.
3. Press the SETUP key to exit ring type programming mode, and advance to security code programming, or press the STOP key to exit the set-up mode, and
TO REPLAY CURRENT PLAYING MESSAGE : PRESS TO PLAYBACK ALL MESS PRESS ONCE
INITIAL SET-UP Press the SETUP key for more than 2 seconds to enter the set-up mode or until it beeps once. Here you can set the ring type, security code, timelday and mailbox programming as follows.
4. Press ANNC key or STOP to stop the recording.
5.To review a recorded announcement, press and hold the PLAY key for 2 or more seconds.
LEAVING MEMO INTO MAILBOX
Example Announcements: ExampleforAnnouncement 1withzero mailboxes (acts as standardanswering machine):
Hello. You've reached 555-1234, 1 can't come to the phone right now. Please leave a message afterthe beep. Thank you
L i s t e n i n g t o Messages When new messages and/or memos are in the ITAD, MESG'S (messages icon) will flash. If the messages or memos have been sent to a specific mailbox, the corresponding Mailbox number icon will also flash. To playback messages: Press MAILBOX to reach the mailbox from which messages will be played. The message counterwill indicate the total number of messages (new and old) present in the current mailbox selection. A voice prompt will indicate the -number of new messages present in the current mailbox selection.
To delete messages: Press ERASEbutton at any time during messageor correspondingtime and day stamp to delete current message. When all messages have been heard, all messages within that mailbox can be deleted by pressing the ERASE key for more than 2 seconds. New messagesthat still exist in that mailbox will be saved, only the old messages will be deleted.
before they can be used (see Mailbox
Example for Announcement 1 (with all mailboxes on): Hi! We can't come to the phone right now. If you have a message for John press 1,if you have a message for Jane press 2, ifyou have a message forJack press 3, if you have a message for Jill press 4. If you have a message for
Recording a Memo To record a memo at the base unit: 1. Press MAILBOX key to select the mailbox where you want to record the memo. If current mailboxsetting is All, the memo will be stored in the Generic Mailbox.
2. Press and hold the MEMO key for 2 seconds until a beep is heard. The MEMO, MAILBOX and corresponding Mailbox Number icons will illuminate, the REC icon
TO ERASE CURRENT PLAYING MESSAGE
The time and day stamp is announced after each message is played. After all messages and memos have been played, the final voice prompt will be "End of messages ".
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TO ERASE ALL PLAYED MESSAGES
Messagelmemo playback begins with a voice prompt indicating the total number of messages present in the current mailbox selection. It then proceeds to play the messages; the most recently recorded messages are heard first. New messages are preceededwith the voice prompt "New messageUandmemos are preceeded with the voice prompt "Memo" (new memos are preceeded by "New memo ").
playing messages at the ITAD base, you can stop message playback by
Remote operation allows you control the functions of the VTech 900i when you are away from the base unit. Therefore remote operation can be accessed from the handset of your 900i cordless phone or at a phone connected to a different telephone line. The ITAD cannot be accessed from another telephone on the same line as your VTech 900i. You can access many of the ITAD functions from a remote location such as listening to messages, changing recordedannouncement,and recording a memo. To access the ITAD from a remote location you must use a phone with TouchTone Service. Remoteoperation can only be accessed from a touch tone phone. If the remote phone is set to pulse dialing, switch it to tone. If tone dialing is not available you will not be able to access the ITAD. ACTIVATING REMOTE OPERATION To activate remote operation from your cordless handset 1. Pick up handset and press PHONE to get a line, you will hear a dial tone.
2. If your phone is set on pulse dial,
4. You did it! You are now in remote operation mode. Now you will hear a series of voice prompts. You will use the number keys to control any of the available ITAD functions.
ENTER REMOT OPERATION FROM YOUR 9001 HANDSET
Note: Whenever you access the ITAD from the 900i handset by pressing PHONE, *, #, the ITAD will be automatically turned ON.
To activate remote operation from a different telephone line 1. Dial the telephone number of your VTech 900iand wait for the ITAD to answer. If the ITAD is OFF when you call, simply let the ITAD ring 10 times, and it will automatically turn itself on and answer your call.
2. Once the ITAD answers, it will begin playing the currently selected announcement (as with any incoming call).
press the key to enter touch tone dialing mode. Otherwise omit this step.
3. Press the
key followed by the # key within 1Oseconds. This enables you to release the connectionto the phone line and allows you to communicate directly with the ITAD. If a mistake is made press the PHONE key again and re-enter the * followed by $.
3. Enter the * key followed by the 2 digit security code during the announcement.
9 RECORD ANNOUNCEMENT *Press 9 to record a new announcement. "Record *You will hear announcement X after tone, press 4 to end recording", where X is either 1or2, depending on the current announcement selection. If your current selection is Outgoing Message, you will hear "Cannot record outgoing message". Press 4 to complete announcement recording.
0 RECORD MEMO Press 0 to record a new memo to the
currently selected mailbox. If the current mailbox selection is All Mailboxes, then the message is recorded into the Generic mailbox. You will hear either "Record memo for mailbox X after tone, press 4 to end recording", where X is 1-4, or "Recordmemo forgeneric mailbox after tone, press 4 to end recording ". If you have set the ITAD for zero mailboxes, you will hear "Record memo after tone, press 4 to end recording". Press 4 to STOP recording You can press 3 (skip) to bypass the voice prompt, and youill hearthe beep to start recording.
# OFF Press # to switch the ITAD off. You will hear "Answering machine off ". Now the ITAD will only be reactivated to answer an incoming call if the caller lets it ring 10 times.
TAKING CARE OF YOUR TELEPHONE. Your VTech 900i cordless telephone contains sophisticated electronic parts so it must be treated with care. Avoid rough treatment Place the handset down gently. Save the original packing materials to protect your telephone if you ever need to ship it. Avoid water Your telephone can be damaged if it gets wet. Do not use the handset outdoors in the rain, or handle it with wet hands. Do not installyour base unit near a sink, bathtub or shower. Remember that electrical appliances can cause serious injury if used when you are wet or standing in water. If your base unit should fall into water, DO NOT RETRIEVE IT UNTIL YOU UNPLUG THE POWER CORD AND TELEPHONE LINE CORDS FROM THE WALL. Then pull the unit out by the unplugged cords.
Electrical storms Electrical storms can sometimes cause power surges harmful to electronic equipment. For your own safety, use caution when using electricappliances during storms. Cleaning your telephone Your telephone has a durable plastic casing that should retain its luster for many years. Clean it only with a soft cloth slightly dampened with water or a mild soap. Do not use excess water or cleaning solvents of any kind.
NOISE OR INTERFERENCE Your VTech 900i cordless telephone has auto-channel scan circuitry which will detect excess noise and change the channel of the phone to reduce it. This is done automatically. Since the VTech 900i is a fully digital phone it does not suffer from noise associated with regular cordless phones. At times you may experience occasional "drop outs" especially at the extreme edges of the phone's range. Simply move closer to the base unit and this will disappear. AUTOMATIC SECURITY CODING Everytime you place the handset in the base, your VTechgOOiphone randomly picks one of 65,000 possible security codes. This allows your handset and base to recognize each other, and minimizes the possibility of another cordless phone usings your telephone line. OUT OF RANGE INDICATION If the handset is movedto a point where the base and handset can no longer communicate, the handset will make a quick series of beeps to signal "Out of Range." It will continue to make the beeps at 10-30 second intervals. OUT OF RANGE WHEN PHONE IS ON, If you are presently engaged in a phone conversation move closer to the base. If the base unit does not communicate with the handset within 30 seconds of losing contact it will automatically hang UP.
OUT OF RANGE WHEN PHONE IS OFF If the phone is OFF, the handset and base still monitor each other to make sure that they can communicate. If the handset is moved out of range, the handset will make a series of beeps at 10-30 second intervals. This tells you that the handset may not ring for incoming calls. If you wish to stop the "Out of Range" tones, simply press and hold any number key on the handset until the handset beeps an acknowledgment. The handset will not work until the handset is brought closer to the base. The base unit will continue to function during this time. When the base unit is unplugged from the power supply, the handset will begin to give the "Out of Range" warning beeps. This will continue until the base is powered again and the handset is placed into the base cradle for re-initialization. If you wish to turn off the "Out of Range" beeping, simply press any key on the handset and hold until the handset beeps an acknowledgment.
If you have difficulty operating your phone, the suggestions below should solve the problem. If you still have difficulty aftertrying these suggestions, In the US call: VTECH Communications at 1-800-624-5688. In Canada call: VTECH Electronics at 1-800-267-7377 THE PHONE DOESN'T WORK AT ALL. Make sure the power cord is plugged in. Make sure the telephone line cord is plugged firmly into the base unit and the telephone wall jack. Make sure the batteries are properly charged. If the MUTEILOW BAT indicator is on, the battery needs charging. If the IN USE and PHONE indicators do not light when you press PHONE, you must charge the batteries. If you recently installed a new battery pack, makesureit is installedcorrectly. Follow the procedure: 1. Remove battery from handset. 2. Disconnectpowersupplyfrom base unit. 3. Wait a few minutes. 4. Re-connect power supply to base unit. 5. Replace battery in handset. 6. Place the handset in the charge cradle. Wait 60 seconds. Pick up the handset and press PHONE.
NO DIAL TONE. First checkall the suggestions above. If you still don't hear a dial tone, disconnect the base unit from the telephonejackand connect adifferent phone. If there is no dial tone on that phone either, the problem is in your wiring or local service. Call your local telephone company. YOU GET NOISE, STATIC, OR A WEAK SIGNAL EVEN WHEN YOU'RE NEAR THE BASE UNIT. -Place the handset in the base momentarily to re-set the security code. Then press PHONE to get a line. Household appliances plugged into the same circuit as the base unit can sometimes cause interference. Try moving the appliance or the base unit to another outlet. YOU GET NOISE, STATIC, OR A WEAK SIGNAL WHEN YOU'RE AWAY FROM THE BASE UNIT. You may beout of range. Either move close to the base, or relocate the base unit. -The layout of your home may be limiting the range. Try moving the base unit to the second or third floor.
FCC Part 68 The FCC requires that you connect your cordless telephone to the nationwide telephone network through a modular telephone jack (USOC RJ11C or RJ11W).
this unit not expressly approved by the party responsibleforcompliance'scould void the user's authority to operate the The equipment has been tested and found to comply with part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipmentgenerates, 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 and correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Your telephone company may discontinue your service if your equipment causes harm to the telephone network. They will notify you in advanceof disconnection,if possible. During notification,you will be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Occasionally, your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operation, or procedures that could affect the operation of your equipment. If so, you will be given advance notice of the change to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
for repaidwarranty information. The telephone company may ask you to disconnectthis equipmentfromthe line network until the problem has been corrected. Your VTech900iis designedtooperate at the maximum power allowed by the FCC and IC. This means your handset and base unit can communicate only over a certain distance - which will depend on the location of the base unit and handset, weather, and the construction and layout of your home or off ice.
IC (Industry Canada) This telephone is registered for use in Canada. Notice: The lndustry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network, protective, operational and safety requirements, lndustry Canada does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user's satisfaction.
Before installingthis equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connections. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not preventdegradation of service in some situations. Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunicationscompany cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas.
Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
The Load Number (LN) assigned to this device denotes the percentage of the total loadto be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device to prevent overloading. The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the load numbers of all the devices does not exceed 100. This device complies with RSS-210 of lndustry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference,including intederencethat may cause undesired operation of the device.
FREQUENCY CONTROL Crystal Controlled Dual Synthesizer
TRANSMIT FREQUENCY Handset : 925.05 MHz to927.75 MHz (All ten channels within this range)
Base : 902.3 MHz to 905.0 MHz (Allten channels within this range)
WEIGHT Handset : 345 grams (with battery) Base : 1075 grams(with AC adapter) SIZE Handset : 20.0cm x 6.2cm x 4.3cm (L x W x T) maximum (antenna excluded) Base : 22.0cm x 19.5cm x 6.lcm (L x W x T) maximum (antenna excluded) POWER REQUIREMENTS Handset : Self-contained nickelcadmium rechargeable battery supply, 6.OV nominal, 6OOmAh capacity.
Power Adapter1 2VDCQ500mA
RECEIVE FREQUENCY Handset : 902.3 MHz to 905.0 MHz (All ten channels within this range)
Base : 925.05 MHzto927.75 MHz (All ten channels within this range)
NOMINAL EFFECTIVE RANGE Maximum power allowed by FCC and IC. Actual operating range may vary according to environmental conditions at the time of use.
The range quoted for this phone is based on open field measurements under W condmms.
AND MAY CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Vtech 900i Cordless Telephone
Wall Mounting Template
Use this template when wall mounting your base unit. To mark the positions of the mounting screws, hold this template against the wall, and press a pencil or pen point through the center of each crossmark.
Select a spot where you can screw into a wooden stud within the wall. The mounting screws will not hold securely in plaster or wallboard alone.
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