Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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Dear customer: Thank you for purchasing a SAGEM DECT telephone; we appreciate your trust in us. This product was manufactured with the utmost care, should you encounter any difficulties during its use, we recommend that you refer to this user guide. You can also find information on the following site: http://www. sagem. com/faq For your comfort and safety, we ask that you read the following paragraph carefully:
Recommendations and safety instructions
Your DECT telephone must not be installed in a humid room (wash 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 to 45°C. [. . . ] On the receiver handset: On the navigator key , press or until the ACCESSORIES screen
is displayed, press OK to confirm.
ROOM MONITOR. Press Call .
Select the sender handset using
The sender handset rings, pick up using the green key
- Room Monitoring Mode?Sender Yes No
On the transmitter handset: A screen invites you to activate the monitor mode (sender mode). Press Yes .
- Room Monitoring Sender 2 Stop
Both handsets are now in monitor mode. The handset in sender mode does not ring to notify you of incoming calls. It can therefore be placed in a room where someone is sleeping.
- Room Monitoring Mode Receiver Call Stop
Keep the receiver handset with you. When in monitor mode, the receiver handset can be used to make calls, dial the number or answer a call. At the end of the call, the handset will automatically return in monitor mode.
To stop monitoring: - Press Stop R on the transmitter set. - Press Stop Stop
on the receiver set and confirm by pressing Yes
on the transmitter handset at the same time.
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SECURITY Return Valid
This menu enables you to change or customise the security parameters of your telephone. You can: · lock the keypad, · programme an emergency number, · modify the base code, · define the call time limit, · define forbidden prefixes, · authorise or deny communication to a number of handsets, · hide your telephone number.
Locking/unlocking the keypad
To lock/unlock the keypad, press and hold the keypad key some time. On the navigator key , press or until the SECURITY screen is for
displayed, press OK to confirm.
KEYPAD LOCK Return KEYPAD LOCK?Press Valid
To lock the keypad, press Yes
KEYPAD LOCKED LONG PRESS ON * FOR UNLOCK
A screen indicates that the keypad is locked.
Programming an emergency number
This function allows you to define an emergency number which can be enabled or disabled. Once it is activated, the emergency number will be automatically dialled when the green key · is pressed from the idle screen. Once activated, you can however call a different number with predialling by dialling a number and pressing
The following types of numbers should not be programmed: Fire, emergency and police rescue services. . .
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On the navigator key , press or until the SECURITY screen is
displayed, press OK to confirm.
Select EMERGENCY using
. Press Valid
EMERGENCY OFF Valid Edit
An information screen displays the current stored emergency number and indicates whether it is enabled or disabled. · · To keep the setting, press Valid To modify the setting, press Edit
A list of various executable actions appears: - ACTIVATE: to activate the emergency number. - CHANGE NO: to modify the emergency number.
CHANGE NO Return EMERGENCY NO: <Enter no>
To modify the emergency number, select CHANGE NO. To activate/deactivate the emergency number, select the corresponding , the active mode is set automatically.
An information screen presents the new emergency number. · · To modify the setting, press Edit To keep the setting, press Valid
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1) Defects breakdown or malfunctions due to: · failure to properly follow the installation process, the operating manual and/or the instructions for use; or · an external cause to the Equipment (including but not limited to, shock, lightening, fire, vandalism, malevolent action, contacts with various liquids or vermin or water damage of any nature, inappropriate electric voltage); or · modifications to the Equipment made without the written approval of SAGEM; or · a lack of every day maintenance (as described in the documentation supplied with the Equipment) or to a lack of supervision or care; or · bad storage or environmental conditions, particularly those related to temperature and hygrometry, effects of variations of electric voltage, parasites from the electric network or from the earth; or · repair, work (opening or attempt to open the Equipment), alteration, tampering or maintenance of the Equipment by persons not authorised by SAGEM. 2) Damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of Equipment when returned to the Authorised Repair Centre. 3) Wear and tear from normal daily use of the Equipment and its accessories. 4) Communication problems related to an unsuitable environment, including in particular: · problems related to access to the telephone network such as interruptions by access networks or malfunction of the line used by the subscriber or his correspondent, poor line telephone quality, · transmission faults (for example, poor geographical coverage by radio transmitter line quality, or any interference between the environment and the radio transmitter), · modifications of parameters of telephone network carried out after the sale of the Equipment. [. . . ]