Are you looking for the the instruction manual of the Siemens Gigaset ? View the user manual of this product directly and completely free. registration key! E Connector socket for AC power adapter CZ4-C Base Station Gigaset isdn. Explanation. Front view. Back view. Two new GAP-compliant products for the Gigaset range were shown for the first time at Telecom Geneva in October – Gigaset and Gigaset i.

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Please read these instructions, with their safety precautions, before using this equipment! Viewing or Setting all harge Totals per Internal Station: Enter or hange ollective all Group Gigaaet llocation: Enter or hange Group all Ring llocation: Enter or hange Number of Ring ycles for Group all XB Introduction bout this Device With the purchase of Gigasetyou have selected a cordless system which combines the advantages of unrestricted freedom of telephoning with the convenience of a first rate telecommunications system.

This device is equipped with modern digital technology based on the latest European standards for cordless telephones DET and GP. The DET technology offers, among other things, a high level of security against unauthorized eavesdropping within the radio cell as well as good digital voice quality.

In addition, it enables the simple expansion of the Gigaset basic configuration — for example one base station, two mobile units — to a telephone system which can be used to place external and internal calls.

Mobile units of the Gigaset series and upward can be operated on Gigaset Gigaset can be used for both private and professional purposes, for example in office buildings and small companies. In addition to the usual telephone functions, it offers, among other things: Direct dial to the mobile units or auxiliary devices 2 simultaneous external calls Operation of 8 mobile units and 2 non-cordless auxiliary devices on one base station No-charge internal calls among 6 mobile units Simultaneous use of ggiaset maximum of 6 cordless devices oding of transmissions between mobile unit and base station Operation of a mobile unit on up to 4 base stations, thus expanding ggiaset radio range within which you can place and receive calls.

To do so, please read the chapter Putting Into Service. The device is pre-set in the factory so that, after putting the base station and mobile unit into service, you can begin using the telephone without making any additional settings. Information about operation of the telephone can be found in the sections: Operation with Gigaset S standard mobile unit Operation with Gigaset comfort mobile unit Operation with non-cordless auxiliary devices. The other chapters of the operating instructions deal with the special functions and the expansion of Gigaset We recommend that you read these additional chapters in order to acquaint yourself fully with the capabilities of your Gigaset t the end of the operating instructions, you will find a capsulated version of the instructions, including the most important functions.

The table of contents and index are provided to help you find functions, system settings and other information expeditiously. B Non-cordless auxiliary device to register the with the telephone number 0 mobile units – blinks during registration Non-cordless auxiliary device with the telephone number 9 -is lit when plug-in power D onnection jack for supply is connected telephone line 1 Lamp is identical to the E onnection jack for the registration key!

XB Important Tips Safety Precautions For your safety and protection, do not use the base station or mobile units in bathrooms or showers damp areas ; the telephones are not waterproof. Never use other rechargeable battery cells or normal non-rechargeable batteries. These might short circuit or destroy the battery casing dangerous. Follow the instructions found on the labels in the battery compartments of mobile units and charging units. The symbols on these labels state: Use only the type listed in the operating instructions See chapter Inserting and Loading the Batteries, page 14 Use only rechargeable batteries and in the polarity shown.

Do not dispose of old defective batteries in your normal household trash. Batteries become warm while charging; this is normal and does not represent a danger. Do not use charging units from other manufacturers, since these could damage the batteries. Use only the adapter delivered with your device, bearing the number Z The mobile unit must not be operated in environments where there is danger of explosion. This telephone system fulfills the requirements set forth in the EU Guidelines: In some cases, it might be necessary to change the setting to the old dialing mode of pulse dialing.

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Instructions on how to determine and set the dialing mode are found on page 20 and on page If the proper telephone adaptor jack TE is not available at the installation site, it can be ordered from the German Telekom G.

Use only original Siemens connection cables. Other cables may have a different configuration.

Power Supply Unit The power supply unit included with the device is necessary for operation of your telephone system. Telephone Systems The telephone system is suitable for connection to telephone systems with signal key functions consultation Flash and Ground. New Features for Telephone Service Systems connected to a digital switching exchange of the German Telekom G have access to a number of new features such as call waiting, call forwarding, lock and others.

If you want to take advantage of these features, please consult the German Telekom G.

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Your Gigaset is equipped to accommodate these features. XB Putting Into Service Step by Step Instructions In order to put the Gigaset telephone system into service, follow the simple step by step procedure illustrated below: Page 6 2 ssemble charging unit and put into service Instructions for charging unit 3 Prepare mobile units for putting into service Pages ssemble base station and put into service Pages Put the mobile units into service Std.

System ode In order to put your base station into service and to change your settings, you must first enter a four-digit code, the system code.

The procedure for doing this is described in the operating instructions. You must use this pre-set “” system code to register the first mobile unit. We recommend that the system code be changed after registration of the first mobile unit see page The system code “blocks” your system from being accessed by any unauthorized individuals. Registration of additional mobile units as well as system settings can only be carried out after entering this system code.

XB Putting Gkgaset Service Base Station Gigaset Tips for the Most dvantageous Installation of the Base Station If you are using non-cordless telephones along with this cordless telephone, we recommend that you keep as great a distance as possible between the telephone and the base station in order to prevent humming technical source noises on giigaset telephone. Place the base station at the most central site possible within the range in which you want to be able to use the phone.

The base station should, if possible, be installed at an easily accessible site. If you also want to be able to use the phone outside of the building, install the base station: In order to prevent mutual interference, the installation site should not be in direct proximity to other devices such as, for example, a HiFi, office equipment or microwave appliances.

It should not, for example, be installed in the bathroom, laundry room, damp basement rooms or near heat sources, such as, for example, radiators. It should also not be installed at a site exposed to direct sunlight. Within buildings, depending on spatial and structural conditions, a range of up to 50 m is possible. If you should leave the range, you will lose the radio contact to the base station and the symbol on the screen will blink.

First plug the mini western plug of your telephone cord into the jack labeled “L1” or “L2” bottom of base station. If only one external telephone line is to be connected to Gigasetthe “L1” should be used. Plug the mini western plug of the cable into the plug-in power supply, using the jack labeled bottom of base station.


Place the cable inside the molded channel. If you want to mount the device on the wall, follow the steps below after carrying out those above; if it is not to be wall mounted, proceed to step 8: Screw the gitaset into the wall, leaving 2 mm between the head of the screw and the wall.


Hang the base station on the wall by lining up the heads of the screws with the holes in the base station and pushing down briefly on gigasrt base station until it is firmly mounted. Insert the TE plug of the telephone connection cable into the telephone jack. In the case of loss of power, it is still possible to place a call using a supplemental non-cordless telephone connected to the 0 jack. Use the plug-in power supply delivered with your unit, Z Be careful not to mix up the connections for the telephone cable and the plug-in power supply on the base station.

If these are plugged incorrectly, the base station will not function; damage to the base station could also result. XB Putting Into Service Mobile Unit The Standard mobile unit can be used in temperature ranges between 10 and 55, the omfort mobile unit in ranges between 0 and Do not expose to water. Tips for Individuals with Hearing ids Individuals with hearing aids should be gugaset that radio signals are projected into the hearing aid and, if strong enough, can result in a very disturbing humming tone.

Installing and harging the Rechargeable Batteries The mobile unit receives its power via 2 rechargeable batteries.

In order for the mobile unit to function, these batteries must be installed in the battery compartment and the compartment cover giggaset be closed. Installing the batteries in the mobile unit Hold the mobile unit with the dialpad facing down. The compartment for the two rechargeable batteries is in the lower part of the mobile unit.

Slide the rechargeable batteries included with your unit into the compartment, as shown in the figure below. Be sure that the polarity orientation of the batteries is correct. The plus and minus signs are labeled in the battery compartment see figure below. From the top, slide the battery compartment cover into the slots see figure of the mobile unit and snap into place. If the rechargeable batteries are not correctly installed, the mobile unit will not function.

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To charge the batteries, place gjgaset mobile unit in the charging unit not 10054. The dialpad can be facing either up or giyaset. However, the charging contacts on the bottom of the mobile unit must be in contact with those on the bottom of the charging unit. If the mobile unit is properly inserted for charging, the LED light-emitting diode B will remain lit, signalling that the battery is charging.

The charging logic of the mobile unit always guarantees, however, an optimum charge gigaest the rechargeable batteries. Grasp the mobile unit, holding the dialpad in the palm of your hand. You will see small holes parallel to the screen. Insert the clip first into the hole on one side and then snap it into the hole on the other side. Important Tips for Using the Rechargeable Batteries The mobile unit comes with two rechargeable Nickel admium batteries Mignon cells Use only the batteries which come with the product.

If replacement is necessary, use only approved batteries of the following types: The use of other battery types or of non-rechargeable batteries can cause problems with operation, and may even damage the giyaset.

The manufacturer does not accept any responsibility in such cases. Do not use normal batteries! Use only approved rechargeable batteries! When putting into service and using the rechargeable batteries, please observe the following basic principles: Before use, be sure that the batteries are adequately charged.

We recommend that they be charged without interruption for about 16 hours — for example overnight — and that, during the first week of use, the mobile unit always be replaced in the charging unit after use.