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euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 1 IRL Euroset 5015 Quick Guide Keys 1 Repertory keys 2 Last number redial key 3 Recall key 4 Mute key 5 Shift key 6 Quiet key 7 Loudspeaker key (handsfree) 8 Loud key 9 Set key 10 Lock key 11 Reset key (call duration) 12 Pause key Display symbols P In setting mode ‡ Shift key pressed --- Ready for use y Microphone off o Entry mark when setting (e.g. volume) u Recall key pressed P Pause z No memory content ---- PIN entry zzzz Telephone locked 0 – 9 Phone number With tone dialling: n – * key pressed - – # key pressed With additional services from public network providers: ë Call waiting ™ Call forwarding immediately ˜ Call forwarding on no reply — Call forwarding when busy Safety precautions When installing, connecting and operating the telephone, always observe the following precautions: ◆ Only use the plugs and leads supplied. ◆ Only connect the connecting lead to the socket/jack provided for that purpose. ◆ Only connect approved accessories. ◆ Arrange the connecting lead where it will not cause accidents. ◆ Position the telephone on a non-slip surface. ◆ For your safety and protection, the telephone must not be used in bath or shower rooms (wet locations). The telephone is not splash proof. ◆ Never expose the telephone to sources of heat, direct sunlight or other electrical devices. ◆ Protect your telephone from moisture, dust, corrosive liquids and vapours. ◆ Never open up the telephone yourself. ◆ Do not touch the plug contact with pointed or metallic objects. ◆ Do not carry the telephone by the leads. ◆ If you give your Euroset 5015 to someone else, make sure you also give them the user guide. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via desig- nated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities. This crossed-out wheeled bin symbol on the product means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC. The correct disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environ- ment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 12 11 10 9
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 2 IRL Preparing the telephone for use Recommended installation of telephone ◆ Do not expose the telephone to direct sunlight or other sources of heat. ◆ Operate at temperatures between +5°C and +40°C. ◆ Maintain a distance of at least one metre between the telephone and radio equipment, e.g. wireless telephones, wireless pagers or TV sets. Otherwise, telephone communication could be impaired. ◆ Do not install the telephone in dusty areas as this can shorten the service life of the telephone. ◆ To clean, wipe with a moist or antistatic cloth only, never with a dry cloth (risk of electrostatic charging and discharge) or harsh cleaning agent. ◆ Furniture lacquer and polish can be damaged by contact with parts of the unit (e.g. device feet). Connecting Insert the short end of the coiled handset cord in the socket provided in the handset and the long end in the socket marked with an a on the underside of the device. Plug the phone cord into the outlet on the wall and the other end into the socket marked with a Y on the underside of the device. Then your telephone is ready to use. Making calls Dialling a number co Lift handset, dial number. Any digits after the 20th digit are moved from right to left in the display. The Pause key < can be used to insert pauses when dialling, starting from the 2nd digit. Last number redial (one of the last 5 call numbers) The last 5 different call numbers dialed are automatically saved (max. 32 digits each). c Lift handset (or press the Loudspeaker key L until the dialling tone is audible). ;...; Press the Redial key repeatedly until the required call number appears with the place number (1...5 on the left). o Enter the place number (1...5). The relevant call number is redialed. Dialling using the repertory keys c Lift handset (or press the Loudspeaker key L until the dialling tone is audible). (If necessary, press = for a 2nd level repertory key). : Press repertory key.
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 3 IRL Saving numbers Different telephone settings must be completed with the Set key ? so that they are available permanently. In order to cancel without saving, e. g. after an incorrect entry, replace the handset instead of pressing ? at the end. The original setting is then retained. Saving with notebook function You can also save phone numbers during a conversation with the notebook function. Saving repertory numbers You can save up to 20 phone numbers (or even functions, see page 6) on both levels of the repertory keys. c? Lift handset, press the Set key. (For 2nd mem- ory level, also press =.) : Press the repertory key under which you want to save the repertory number. A number that has already been saved is shown in the display. If the memory for this repertory key is empty, z appears in the display o Enter the number to be saved (up to 32 digits). or ... Saving from the redial list: ;...; Press the Redial key repeatedly until the desired phone number is displayed on the screen. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Pressing < allows you to save pauses (not at the 1st digit). After the 20th digit, any following digits are moved from right to left in the display. Delete all repertory numbers c?1251 Lift handset, initiate function. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Adjusting the telephone Adjusting the ringer volume The volume of the ringer can be set to one of 7 levels and can also be deactivated completely (default setting: level 7, highest level) or deactivated completely. When the ringer is deactivated an incoming call is notified in the display only. ◆ To adjust when the telephone is idle: c?5 Lift handset, initiate function. H...I Adjust the volume with the Loud/Quiet key. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. ◆ To adjust while the telephone is ringing: Press H...I before lifting the handset. The last value set is saved. Setting the ringer frequency The frequency (speed) of the ringer can be set to one of three levels (default setting: level 3). c?6 Lift handset, initiate function. 1...3 Press one of the keys 1...3: 1: highest frequency; 3: lowest frequency. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Setting the ringtone Ten different ringtones can be set for the ringer (default setting: ringtone 0). c?7 Lift handset, initiate function. 0...9 Press one of the keys 0 ... 9 ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Setting the handset volume The volume on the handset can be set to one of 3 levels and saved (default setting: level 1). c?9 Lift handset, initiate function. H...I Adjust the volume with the Loud/Quiet key. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Mute You can deactivate the telephone's handset and microphone. Then the other party can no longer hear you. J During a call: Press the Mute key Activate: Press the key again.
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 4 IRL Adjusting the loudspeaker While in handsfree mode, you can set the volume to one of 7 levels and save it (default setting: 7). H...I Adjust the volume with the Loud/Quiet key. Activating/deactivating open listening The built-in loudspeaker means anyone in the room can lis- ten-in on a call. L During a call: press the Loudspeaker key. To deactivate open listening: press the key again. When the loudspeaker is activated and the handset is lifted, open listening is activated. The handsfree micro- phone is switched off. When the loudspeaker is activated and the handset is replaced, handsfree talking via the handsfree microphone is activated. Activating/deactivating handsfree mode With this telephone you can also make calls without lifting the handset. The optimum distance for speaking into the microphone is around 50 cm. ◆ Activating via the handset during a call: L + a Replace the handset while pressing the Loud- speaker key. ◆ Activating before dialling a phone number L Before you dial: press and hold the Loud- speaker key until the dialling tone is audible. Deactivating handsfree mode: c Lift the handset during a call. Activating/deactivating the mute melody You can activate and deactivate the mute melody for the mute (default setting: on). c?19# Lift handset, initiate function. 0/1 0: deactivate; 1: activate. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Baby call (direct call) number setting If a phone number is set for the Baby Call function, it is dialled automatically when the telephone is locked after you lift the handset (or press the Loudspeaker key) and press any key (except ?, M, L, H and I). The telephone does not allow other phone numbers to be dialled, but incoming calls can be received. c?M8 Lift handset, initiate function. o Enter the PIN (default setting: 0000). Activating o Enter direct call number (max. 32 digits; not < for pause function!). or ... Deleting ; Press the Last number redial key. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Locking/unlocking the telephone Only the Baby call number can be dialed when the tele- phone is locked. c?M Lift handset, then start the function. 1 or 2 0: unlock; 1: lock o Enter the PIN (default setting: 0000). ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. If the telephone is locked, the display shows zzzz. Temporarily deactivating the telephone lock (for one call) cMo Lift the handset, press the lock key, enter the PIN (default setting: 0000). o Dial a call number. The telephone lock is active again when the handset is replaced. Locking/unlocking repertory numbers so they cannot be changed c?M6 Lift handset, initiate function. (If necessary, press = in order to lock/unlock the repertory key on the 2nd level.) o Enter the PIN (default setting: 0000). 0 / 1 0: Repertory keys not locked 1: Repertory keys locked. ?a Press the Set key. Replace the handset.
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 5 IRL Changing the PIN c?M9 Lift handset, initiate function. o Enter the current PIN (default setting: 0000). o Enter a new PIN (four digits). o Enter the new PIN again to confirm. ?a Press the Set key. Replace the handset. Call duration display The telephone can display the approximate call duration in the display (up to 99 min. 59 sec.). If the call duration dis- play is activated, the time display begins 12 seconds after the last digit is dialled. Resetting the counter After dialling the first digit or at any point during a call: N Press the Reset key. The counter goes back to 0 min. 0 sec. Deactivating/activating The call duration display is activated by default. c?18# Lift handset, initiate function. 0/ 1 0: deactivate; 1: activate. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Setting the pause time If necessary, the pause time of the Pause key < (pause function from second input position) can be changed to 1, 3 or 6 seconds (default setting: 3 seconds). c?102 Lift handset, initiate function. 0...2 0: 1 sec.; 1: 3 sec.; 2: 6 sec.. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Changing the dialling mode c?# Lift handset, initiate function. 1/ 2 1: Tone dialling. 2: Pulse dialling without flash function. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Changing dialling modes during a call If your telephone is set to pulse dialling and you want to use functions that require tone dialling (e.g. remote access to an answering machine), you can change the dialling mode during a call. * With an open connection: press the star key. o Enter digits for remote control/data transfer. The telephone is reset to the original dialling mode by hang- ing up the handset. Operation on a PABX Enter/delete an external line prefixe If you are using your telephone on a PABX, you may have to save one or more external line prefixes. A dialling pause is set automatically with the external line prefixe. You can save up to three external line prefixes. c?0 Lift handset, initiate function. If no external line prefixe has been set in a location, z appears in the display. If several external line prefixes are saved, these are displayed next to one another; the current external line prefixe to be edited flashes. If necessary, use the ; key to toggle between the external line prefixes displayed, to edit them as follows: To delete an external line prefix: ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. To enter an external line prefixe: o Enter a one- to three-digit code. Enter additional external line prefixes: ; o Press the Last number redial key, enter next external line prefixe. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Recall key (on a PABX) During an external call, you can make a recall or divert the call. To do this, press the Recall key >. The subsequent procedure depends on your PABX. By default, the Recall key is preset to a flash time (interruption time) of 90 ms for use of new features on public telephone systems. With a connection to a PABX, it may be necessary to change the flash time (e.g. 600 ms). To do this, please refer to the operating instructions for your PABX.
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 6 IRL Setting the flash time for the Recall key c?195 Lift handset, initiate function. 0...4 Enter desired flash code: 0: 90 ms (default setting); 1: 120 ms; 2: 270 ms; 3: 375 ms; 4: 600 ms. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Using functions for additional services of public telephone systems If you want to use services that are to be triggered with the Recall key, make sure beforehand that the correct flash time is set for the key. Recall key (in public telephone systems) In public telephone systems, this key is required to use certain additional services. The appropriate flashtime for the specific country must be set before using the Recall key can be used: ◆ Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland: 120 ms (access code 1) ◆ France, Luxemburg, Portugal, Germany, Greece: 270 ms (access code 2) ◆ other European countries: 90 ms (access code 0). Using the repertory keys as "function keys" Different public telephone services/functions – possibly by order/request – can be selected via predetermined key com- binations which you can obtain from your network provider. You can save the necessary key combinations like normal phone numbers on repertory keys and similarly "select" and also deactivate the service again. Note: If you activate the symbol display and save the function calls on the 2nd level of the repertory keys, you can link the activation and deactivation of different services for each "function key" with the display or hiding of certain symbols on the display. Therefore, when setting the repertory keys on the 2nd level, bear in mind that activating and deactivating the dis- play symbols ™, ˜, — and ë is linked to very specific keys in the 2nd level – regardless of the phone numbers or function calls stored on it! Deactivating/activating the symbol display for additional services Displaying the symbols can be activated or deactivated as needed. In the default setting, the display is deactivated. c?145 Lift handset, initiate function. 0/1 0: deactivate; 1: activate. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Recommended assignment of symbols to keys When the symbol display = is activated and you then press one of the following repertory keys, the display sym- bol assigned to each is activated or deactivated respectively (key numbering from top to bottom): Example: Call forwarding In the following, you will see an example of repertory keys used as "function keys". If the symbol display is activated, in the "call forwarding" example when the service is activated, the symbol provided for it is displayed, or hidden when the service is deactivated. The key sequence for activating the function "call forward- ing immediately" from your network provider consists of e.g. three parts: You now have the following options: ◆ You can dial the entire key sequence each time on the keypad. ◆ You can save the key sequence on repertory keys as an entire function together with the phone number of a set forwarded call destination =+ Assignment Display icon : 1 Call forwarding immediately off ™ : 2 on : 3 Call forwarding on no reply off ˜ : 4 on : 5 Call forwarding when busy off — : 6 on : 7 Call waiting off ë : 8 on Select function Forwarded call destination End of function *21* Phone number of the forwarded call destination #
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 7 IRL or only the select function and the function end. With this, you still have the option to set a forwarded call destination that may change on a case-by-case basis. Saving call forwarding on a function key c?= Lift handset, initiate function. : Press the repertory key that is designated for the symbol display "™ on" (see page 6). A number already saved is shown in the display. If the memory for this repertory key is empty, z appears in the display. *21* Enter the select function for "Immediate call forwarding". (a) Set the phone number for the call forwarding o Enter the phone number of the forwarded call destination. # Press the hash key to mark the function end. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. or ... (b) Reserve changeable call forwarding = Press the Shift key. When "Call forwarding immediately" is acti- vated later, this key makes the cursor for enter- ing the phone number of the forwarded call destination flash. # Press the hash key to mark the function end. ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Activating call forwarding with a function key c= Lift handset, press Shift key. : Press the repertory key for the symbol display "™ on". ™ appears in the display. (a) Phone number for call forwarding set You may hear an announcement that the service is activated. a Replace the handset. From now on, incoming calls will be forwarded to the forwarded call destination. Your tele- phone will not ring. (b) Changeable call forwarding o ; Enter the phone number of the forwarded call destination, press the Last number redial key to mark the end of the phone number entered. You may hear an announcement that the service is activated. a Replace the handset. Incoming calls will be forwarded from now on to the for- warded call destination. Your telephone will not ring. Saving "Deactivate call forwarding" on a function key The call forwarding, as described in the previous example, can be deactivated again with your network provider e.g. with key sequence #21#. You can save this key sequence on a dedicated repertory key as well. If the symbol display is activated and the service is activated as described, the ™ symbol in the display disap- pears after the service is deactivated. c?= Lift handset, initiate function. : Press the repertory key that is designated for symbol display "™ off" (see page 6). #21# Enter the select function for "Immediate call forwarding". ?a Press the Set key. Replace handset. Deactivating call forwarding with a function key c= Lift handset, press the Shift key. :a Press the repertory key for symbol display "™ off". Replace handset. The ™ symbol disappears. You may hear an announcement that the service is deactivated. Appendix Care To clean, wipe with a moist or antistatic cloth only, never with a dry cloth (risk of electrostatic charging and discharge) or harsh cleaning agent. If your telephone is not working perfectly No signal tone: The tone volume might be set to 0. Lift handset, no dialling tone: Is the connecting lead correctly plugged into the telephone and the telephone socket?
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 8 IRL Dialling tone audible but telephone will not dial: The connection is OK. Is the dialling mode set correctly (see page 5)? PABX only: No connection or incorrect connection when dialling from memory (e.g. redial, speed dial): Program external line prefixe. The other party cannot hear you: Have you pressed the Mute key? Press the key again. Is the plug from the handset cord inserted correctly? Recall key does not work: Set appropriate flash time. Insert strips Blank insert strips for the repertory keys can be found on the Internet at http://www.siemens.com/euroset. Contacts If you should encounter any problems when operating the telephone connected to a communication system with analogue network access, please contact the network operator responsible or your dealer. Authorisation This device is intended for analogue phone lines in your net- work. Country-specific requirements have been taken into consid- eration. We, Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, declare that this device meets the essential requirements and other relevant regulations laid down in Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity is availa- ble at this Internet address: http://www.siemens.com/gigasetdocs. Guarantee Certificate Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer’s Guarantee under the condi- tions set out below: ◆ In the case of new devices and their components exhib- iting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or mate- rial faults within 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the said device. In respect of parts sub- ject to wear and tear (including but not limited to, batter- ies, keypads, casing), this warranty shall be valid for six months from the date of purchase. ◆ This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect is attributable to improper care or use and/or failure to comply with information contained in the user manuals. In particular claims under the Guarantee cannot be made if: ◆ The device is opened (this is classed as third party inter- vention) ◆ Repairs or other work done by persons not authorised by Siemens. ◆ Components on the printed circuit board are manipu- lated ◆ The software is manipulated ◆ Defects or damage caused by dropping, breaking, light- ning or ingress of moisture. This also applies if defects or damage was caused by mechanical, chemical, radio interference or thermal factors (e.g.: microwave, sauna etc.) ◆ Devices fitted with accessories not authorised by Sie- mens ◆ This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to services performed by the authorised dealer or the customer themselves (e.g. installation, configuration, software downloads). User manuals and any software supplied on a separate data medium shall be excluded from the Guarantee. ◆ The purchase receipt, together with the date of pur- chase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims under the Guarantee must be submit- ted within two months of the Guarantee default becom- ing evident. ◆ Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to Siemens shall vest in Siemens.
euroset 5015 / EU ger-eng-cre-slov / A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 / 5015.fm / 14.03.2006 11 SLO Issued by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG Schlavenhorst 66 D-46395 Bocholt © Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG 2006 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Order-Nr.: A30350-M208-D801-3-Z419 (03/2006)
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