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NTRODUCTION
Dear customer,
Thank you for purchasing a Sagemcom DECT telephone we appreciate your trust in us.
This product was manufactured with the utmost care, should you encounter difficulties during its use we
recommend that you refer to this user guide. You can also find information on the following site:
http://www.sagemcom.com
For your comfort and safety, we ask that you read the following section carefully :
R
ECOMMANDATIONS ET CONSIGNES DE SECURITE
Your DECT telephone must not be installed in a humid room (wash-up room, bathroom,
laundry room, kitchen, etc.) unless it is 1.50 m away from a water point or outside. Your
telephone must be operated at temperatures ranging from 5°C and 45°C.
Only use the supplied power adapter, connect it to the base socket according to the
installation instructions provided in this booklet and the indications on the identification
label affixed to it (voltage, current, electric network frequency). As a precaution, in case
of danger, the mains adapters act as a disconnecting mechanism for the 230V power
supply. They should be placed near the device and should be easily accessible.
This telephone was designed for use on the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
In case of a problem you must first contact your reseller. Only use the supplied
telephone cord.
For your personal safety, never place your handset on the base without the batteries,
or without the battery cover, you could get an electric shock.
To avoid damaging your handset, only use certified rechargeable AAA batteries NiMH
1.2 V 400 mAH, never use non rechargeable batteries. Insert the batteries in the handset
battery compartment respecting polarity.
At the end of their useful life, batteries must be disposed of according to the recycling
instructions presented in this booklet.
Your DECT telephone has an inside radio range of about 50 metres and up to
300 metres in open space. The immediate presence of metal parts, (of a television for
example), of any electric appliance may result in range reduction.
Some sensitive medical equipment and safety equipment may be affected by the radio-
frequency transmissions of your telephone. In all cases, we ask that you respect the
safety recommendations.
In areas where storms are frequent, we recommend that you protect your telephone line
using a surge protection device .
This equipment does not function in the case of an electric network shutdown: for
emergency calls, it is recommended to use another unit during power cuts.
The CE marking certifies that the product meets the essential requirements of Directive
1999/5/CE of the European Parliament and of the Council pertaining to microwave radio
equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment, for the safety and health of
users, for electromagnetic interference. Furthermore, it efficiently uses the frequency
spectrum attributed to ground and spatial communication to prevent damaging
interference.
The declaration of compliance may be looked up on the www.sagemcom.com site
"support" section or can be obtained from the following address :
Sagemcom Broadband SAS
250, route de l'Empereur - 92848 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex - France
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EFORE YOU BEGIN
Make sure your package includes the following: Base unit, handset, one battery compartment cover,
telephone line cord, AC power supply, two rechargeable batteries, and this user guide.
In the case of purchasing a pack duo or trio, you will find in addition for each additional handset: a
handset charger, one battery compartment cover, two rechargeable batteries.
Installing the phone
!
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+
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+
Paging button
- Pressed briefly : telephone set paging.
- Hold down pressed (4 seconds minimum) :
telephone set registration.
Rechargeable
batteries
Power socket
Telephone socket
1. Insert the batteries, taking care to respect the polarity as indicated in the compartment.
2. Put the compartment door back on. «SEARCHING...» appears on the screen.
3. Connect the end of the mains power unit lead to the bottom of the base and the mains power unit to
the mains socket.
4. Plug the power supply cord into AC outlet and the other end into the power jack on the base bottom.
5. A welcome message in all the languages supported by the telephone is displayed on the screen,
press OK *.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Place the handset in the base station to charge for 15 hours prior to first use.
6. After charging, press
key. You can hear dial tone.
* :
depending on country
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Handset keys
Intercom key
Earpiece
Red key:
Talk off /
Switch handset on/off
Access to phonebook /
Navigation key down
Navigation key up /
Access the caller list
Deactivate / Activate handset
ringer (Press and hold)
Microphone
Screen
Access to outgoing call list
Menu key
OK key:
Selection / Validation
Green key:
Talk on
A
ctivate, deactivate keypad lock
(Press and hold)
R key:
Second call / conference
Back key / Cancel /
Correction /
Change standby screen
(Press and hold)
Mute:
A
ctivate / Deactivate the microphone
Quick guide to handset display icons
Signal strength icon (blinking when no signal or the signal strength is weak).
Call (blinks when you receive a call)
Voicemail icon: indicates that new messages are present in your voicemail box.
Handset ringer muted.
Received call list (appears when a new call is in the caller list).
Memory.
Charging status icon ( : Full ; + flashing (charger not connected) : Flat; blinking
during charging).
Changing the batteries
Make sure the telephone is OFF before you replace batteries.
1. Remove the batteries compartment door.
2. Remove old batteries.
3. Insert the batteries in the handset battery compartment respecting polarity.
4. Put the batteries compartment door back on.
5. Place handset in the base to charge.
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ENU STRUCTURE
Quick reference
phonebook New entry Clock&alarm date / time
List Set format
Edit entry Alarm
delete Alarm tone
delete all
Directe mem. Advanced set Change pin
registration
Unregister
contry
reset
Personal set Handset name AUTO PREFIX
Handset tone Recall time
LANguage Dial mode
Auto hang-up First ring
Navigation
To navigate among the menus, use the keys: MENU, or, OK and .
Example: To change the ring tone, go to the menu Personal set / Handset tone / ring tones.
To do this:
1. Press MENU. Select " Personal set " using the or key.
2. Press OK. Select " Handset tone " using the or key.
3. Press OK. Select "ring tones " using the or key.
4. Press OK. 10 melodies are available: " melody 1 "… " melody 10 ".
Select the desired melody using the or key.
5. Press OK key to confirm your selection.
C
ALLS
Make a call
Ensure that the handset is switched on.
1. Press the Talk key
.
You will hear the dialling tone and the display will show you the phone icon
.
2. Enter the phone number.
- OR-
1. Enter the phone number first and then press
key.
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Answering a call
When the phone rings, press the key to answer the call.
You can adjust the volume of what you hear through the handset at any time by
pressing or ҏkey.
Ending a call
To end a call press .
Microphone mute function
- Enable MUTE function: press the key. The display shows "mute on".
- Disable MUTE function: press the
key. Your correspondent can hear you again.
Voice Mail (According to operator)
With this function you can receive calls in your absence on a voice message recorder in the switched
telephone network. To indicate that a new message has been received the envelope icon
and the
new event message "
voicmail
" are displayed on the Handset screen.
Your voicemail number is not set in the factory.
- Dial the number of your operator’s voice message recorder.
- The envelope icon
disappears when there are no more new messages.
C
ALL LOG
Calling line identification presentation (CLIP)
This CLIP phone stores and displays CLIP information provided by your local telephone company.
You must subscribe to CLIP service in order to use this unit.
If you have not subscribed to CLIP service or if the caller number is suppressed, the display shows
“unknown”.
Display of numbers not available:
-
Unavailable
: you are not in same area as your contact.
-
Hide id
: your contact does not want their number to be displayed.
Received call log
The received call log presents the calls you received. (max.10 last calls).
6. Press
, the icon is displayed.
7. The most recent name or call number is displayed according to whether your contact's number is
included in your phonebook or not.
8. Press OK to display the date and the time of the call.
9. Press the or key to go through the list.
If the number is too long (more than 12 digits), the screen will not show the number
in full.
Press OK key to go to last number page for CID length.
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Diallled call log
The dialled call log presents the calls you made (max. 5 last calls).
To consult the list:
1. Press briefly
.
2. The last dialled number is displayed.
Press the
or
key to consult the list of the last 5 numbers dialled.
Calling back a caller
1. Press the or key.
2. Press the or key to select a call record.
3. Press the key to dial the number.
Making an entry in the directory from the list of calls received.
1. Press the or key.
2. Use or to select the desired caller number.
3. Press MENU key, then select "save number ".
4. Enter the name of the entry. Press OK.
Deleting caller list record
1. Press the or key.
2. Press or key to select a call record.
3. Press MENU.
- Select " delete " to delete the current record.
- Select " delete all " to delete the entire Caller list.
4. A confirmation screen appears.
5. Using the telephone touch keys:
- If you do not wish to delete the current record, press
.
- To confirm the deletion of the entry, press OK.
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HONEBOOK
You can store 50 phonebook entries (24 digits and 12 characters) in your phonebook.
Dialling a memory number
1. Press key to consult the list of contacts.
2. Press theor key to consult directory entries.
3. When you have selected the desire number, press
.
Creating / Storing a memory
1. Go to the menu " phonebook " / " new entry "
2. Enter the name of the entry. Press OK.
3. Enter the number of your entry using the keypad keys. Press OK.
Editing a memory
1. Go to the menu " phonebook " / " edit entry ".
2. Select the entry you want to edit using or . Press OK.
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3. You will then enter the name input screen and the cursor will be at the end of the name:
- The information is accurate. Press OK key.
- To correct the name, press
key to delete characters.
- Enter the new name and press OK key.
4. You will then enter the number screen and the cursor will be at the end of the number :
- The information is accurate. Press OK.
- To correct the number, press
to delete the numbers.
- Enter the new number and press OK.
Deleting a memory / the whole phonebook
1. Go to the menu " phonebook " / "delete " (or " delete all " to delete the entire phonebook list).
2. Select the entry you want to delete using or . Press OK :
- If you do not wish to delete the entry, press
.
- To delete the entry, press OK.
Assign a shortcut
This menu allows you to record two quick dial numbers assigned to the keys 1 and 2 on the keyboard.
1. Go to the menu " phonebook " / " directe mem. ".
2. Select the key you want to assign a number (1 or 2).
3. Press OK, " no number " is displayed on the screen.
4. Press MENU.
5. " edit number " appears on the screen.
6. Press OK.
7. Enter the name of the entry and press OK to confirm.
8. Enter the number of the entry. Press OK to confirm. You will hear a confirmation tone.
To call the number you have assigned to one of the shortcut keys, 1. Hold down the key on which the
number was programmed (1 or 2).
Inserting a pause (in dialling)
You can insert a pause in dialling a phone number if you want to wait before actually ringing.
While dialling the number you want to call, press and hold the key
to insert the pause:
The display shows a ’’P’’.
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SING THE MULTI
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HANDSET CAPABILITIES
These functions are used for handset management when two or more handsets are registered on the
same base.
Intercom Call/Intercom
1. Make sure your handset is on standby mode.
2. Press the
key on the handset.
- If your installation has two handsets, the second handset is directly called, and, "handset "
followed by the handset number are displayed on the screen.
- If your telephone installation has more than two handsets, the icon INT blinks on the screen and
the number of all registered handsets.
- Enter the desired handset number or press the
key if you want to call all handsets.
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Answering an internal call
1. The ring melody from an internal call is different from an external call. " handset " and the calling
handset number appear on the screen. The "
" is blinking.
2. Press the
key to answer. The " " stop blinking.
3. Ending an internal call press
.
Managing an external and an internal call
Transfering an external call to another handset registered on same base
1. During a call, press . The external user is put on hold.
2. Enter the internal call number. When the user answers, you can announce the call.
3. Press the
key to transfer the call.
To switch from one call to another, press and hold down the key until an aural
signal is heard.
If the called handset does not answer, press to take back the call.
Making conference calls (3-way conversation)
You can connect one external call to two handsets registered at the base station. To set up a telephone
conference from an external call:
1. Press
. key. The external user is put on hold.
2. Enter the internal call number. Wait until the internal user answers.
3. Press and hold
key, until an aural signal is heard to start a three-way conference. "conference"
is displayed on the handset screen.
Two outside calls
Taking a second call while you are already on line
During a call, a beep is emitted by your operator to inform you that a second call is on hold. A screen
displays the number of this second caller on hold.
Press
then the key to take back this new call.
Your first contact is put on hold and you can talk with the second caller.
Making a second call while you already on line
During a conversation, press
then dial the number to be called.
The call in process is then put on hold and you can take the second call back.
Switching from one call to the other
To switch from one call to the other, press
then the key .
The call in process is then put on hold.
Ending one of the two calls
To end one call and continue with the other, press then the key .
The call in process is then ended finally and you take the second call back.
To set up a 3-way conference (the 2 calls and yourself)
During a conversation, press then the key .
You can then talk with the 2 contacts at the same time.
To end the 3-way conference, press the red key
.
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Spécifications du D142 de la marque Sagemcom

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Généralités
Marque Sagemcom
Modèle D142
Produit Téléphone
Langue Anglais
Type de fichier PDF
représentation / réalisation
Type Téléphone DECT
Répondeur intégré Non
Caractéristiques du téléphone
Haut-parleur Non
Compatible avec plusieurs combinés 2
Capacité du répertoire 50 entrées
Gestion d'appel
Identification de l'appelant Oui
Design
Boutons rétroéclairés Oui
Type de montage Bureau
Couleur du produit Noir
Écran
Écran integré Oui
Écran LCD
Nombre de couleurs affichées Monochrome
Couleur de Backlight Blanc
Connectivité
Raccordements sans fil Oui
Entrée DC Oui
Autres caractéristiques
Bande de fréquence 1.9 GHz
Compatibilité Mac Non
Voyant LED d'alimentation Oui
Puissance
Temps de communication 8 h
Autonomie en veille 100 h
Contenu de l'emballage
Manuel d'utilisation Oui
Guide de démarrage rapide Oui
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