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TEMPORIS 12 / TEMPORIS 22
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Plug one end of the spiral cord into the handset plug (A), and the other end into the socket located on the left-hand side of the phone (B).
Plug the telephone cord into the socket (C) situated on the back of the set and plug the other end (D) into the telephone wall socket.
NOTE: The spare socket (E) enables a modem to be connected.
Stick the emergency number label in the appropriate place.
2. WALL MOUNTING
To mount your telephone set on the wall, remove the wall mounting peg and put it back in reverse position as described below. Bore two 6mm-large holes, spaced 70 mm apart. Put two plugs in place, then, place in two screws (3.5 mm and 25 mm long) without tightening them. Place the cord in the slot situated underneath the set.
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Peg for wall mounting
Stick the phone number label there
10 memories Message waiting lamp Memories and set programming key Redial/Pause Mute key Additional services access key
Loudspeaker key * Loudspeaker and ringer * sound level adjustment
* on TEMPORIS 22 only
3. GENERAL USE
3.1 LINE LAMP / MESSAGE WAITING LAMP This light flashes in rhythm with the ringing when you receive a call. It lights up as soon as you take the line. If you are connected to a private ALCATEL telephone system equipped with mail, the message waiting lamp informs you of a message in your mail box. Dialling can be done in two different ways: l By lifting the handset then dialling. l By dialling in on hook mode. 3.2 DIALLING IN ON HOOK MODE* Press the loudspeaker key then dial your correspondents number. Go off hook to establish the conversation. 3.3 LOUDSPEAKER KEY* During a call, press the Loudspeaker key so that the people around you can hear the conversation. l Adjust the sound level with the and keys.
Deactivate the loudspeaker by pressing the Loudspeaker key again.
3.4 HANDSET SOUND VOLUME* When the loudspeaker is deactivated, you can increase the handset sound volume.
To return to the initial volume, press the
3.5 MUTE l Press the Mute key. Your correspondent can no longer hear you during this waiting time. l 1 beep is generated on the line every 10 seconds. l To resume the conversation, press the Mute key again. 3.6 LAST NUMBER REDIAL
Go off hook. Press the Last Number Redial key. Go off hook. Press the Programming key twice. Press the Last Number Redial key.
To erase the last number redial
3.7 ADDITIONAL SERVICES KEYS
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Function keys allowing access to additional services. (Ask at your local Telecom company or your fitter for information).
4. USING THE MEMORIES
NOTE: When programming your TEMPORIS communicates with you using BEEP. 1 Beep : Whilst programming, each key pressed is validated by 1 BEEP. 2 Beeps : Indicate that your programming is correct. 3 Beeps : Something is wrong in your programming; Restart from the beginning. Your telephone set can store 10 numbers of up to 24 digits. 4.1 PROGRAMMING THE MEMORIES
Programming without calling l Go off hook. l Press the Programming key. l Enter the number. l Press one of the ten memory keys. Programming whilst calling l Go off hook. l Enter the number. l Press the Programming key whether you are in conversation or not. l Press one of the ten memory keys.
4.2 DIALLING FROM A MEMORY Go off hook. l Press one of the ten memories keys. The loaded number is dialled automatically.
4.3 ERASING A MEMORY Go off hook. l Press the Programming key twice. l Press the key corresponding to the memory to be erased.
5. CHOOSING AND ADJUSTING THE RINGER
You can choose and adjust one of the four melodies available when your telephone is ringing, or at any time after entering the programming mode. 5.1 WHEN YOUR TELEPHONE IS RINGING Modification of the ringer can be carried out during a ringing phase. l Press one of the keys 1, 2, 3 or 4 to change the melody. l To reduce or increase ringing volume, press or on TEMPORIS 22 or press or on TEMPORIS 12. Your modifications are memorized, you can answer the call. 5.2 WHEN IN PROGRAMMING MODE To access the programming mode: Press and hold keys 1 and 3 simultaneously. l Pick up the handset. l Release the keys. l Access to programming mode is confirmed by 1 beep.
To adjust the ringing: l Press the Programming key then key 1 (current melody is heard). l To reduce or increase ringing volume, press or on TEMPORIS 22 or press or on TEMPORIS 12.
Pressing a key between 1 and 4 changes the melody.
To put ringer ON/OFF: l Press the Programming key then key 0. l Press to put the ringer OFF. When ringer is OFF, 4 BEEP are heard when picking up the handset. l Press to put the ringer ON. l Put the handset on hook.
6. LOCKING THE TELEPHONE SET
Thanks to a 4-digit password, your can: l Forbid access to the ringing tone programming. l Forbid access to the configuration for professional use. l Limit calls to phone numbers of up to 6 digits maximum. The initial password is 0000. 6.1 ACCESSING THE PROGRAMMING MODE Your are offered 3 operations. For each of them, access the programming mode again. l Press and hold keys 4 and 6 simultaneously. l Pick up the handset. l Release the keys. 6.2 LOCKING / UNLOCKING
Press the Programming key followed by 1. key.
Locking l Press the l Go on hook.
Unlocking l Press the # key. l Enter the password. l Go on hook.
6.3 MODIFYING THE PASSWORD Access the programming mode again and then: l Press the Programming key followed by 2. l Enter the current password. 2 beeps are generated. l Enter the new 4-digit password. 2 beeps are generated. l Enter it a second time. 2 beeps are generated. l Put the handset on hook.
6.4 IF YOU FORGOT THE PASSWORD Access the programming mode again and then: l Press the Programming key followed by 0. l Press the * key. l 2 beeps are generated. l Go on hook. This last operation erases the WHOLE programming including F memories. The password is 0000 again.
7. CONFIGURATION FOR PROFESSIONAL USE
If your TEMPORIS is connected directly to the public network, do not pay attention to this chapter. 7.1 ACCESSING THE PROGRAMMING MODE Your are offered 3 operations. For each of them, access the programming mode again. l Press keys 1 and 3 simultaneously. l Go off hook. l Release the keys. 7.2 TYPE OF DIALLING l Press the programming key followed by 2.
For pulse dialling
Press the Go on hook. Press the Go on hook.
For tone dialling
7.3 FLASH DURATION (R) Access the programming mode again and then: l Press the Programming key followed by 3. l Press : 1 for a 80 ms flash, 2 for a 100 ms flash, 3 for a 180 ms flash, 4 for a 250 ms flash, 5 for a 300 ms flash, 6 for a 600 ms flash. l Go on hook.
This product is guaranteed according to the clauses offered by your distributor. To get this guarantee you must use your telephone according to the instructions of the user guide and you have to keep the invoice or ticket mentioning purchasing date and distributor name. The guarantee doesnt apply in case of: - problem due to abnormal use, - telephone damaged by shocks or fall, - telephone damaged by overvoltage, lighting, fire or water, - maintenance by unauthorized person.
9. CUSTOMERS SERVICE
The store from which you bought the set is in a position to give you information and/or provide after-sales service. This product is designed to be connected to an analog telephone line classified TNV3.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
According the disposition of the directive 1999/5/EC of the European parliament and of the council of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and Telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity. The certificate of conformity is available from the following Internet site: www.atlinks.com.
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An ALCATEL/THOMSON multimedia Joint Venture Company
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the specifications of its products in order to make technical improvements or comply with new regulations. Nanterre companies registry number: 059.
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