Alcatel-Lucent e100 duo-trio User Manual

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4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
KEY BEEP and then press OK to select.
5. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ON or OFF and then press OK key to 
  confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Activate/deactivate auto hang-up
This function enables you to end a call automatically by simply placing the 
handset on the base station. By default, the Auto Hang up feature is ON.
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
PERSONAL SET and then press OK 
  key to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
AUTO HANG-UP and then press OK 
  key to select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ON or OFF and then press OK key to 
  confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set date/time format
You can set your preferred date/time format for your phone. The default 
format is DD/MM and 24 HOURS.
Set time format
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK 
  key to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
SET FORMAT and then press OK key 
  to select.
4. Press OK key to enter 
TIME FORMAT. The current setting is displayed.
5. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
12 HOURS or 24 HOURS and then 
press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set date format
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key 
to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
SET FORMAT and then press OK key to 
select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
DATE FORMAT and then press OK key 
  to select. The current setting is displayed.
5. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
DD/MM or MM/DD and then press OK 
  key to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set alarm
The handset has an alarm clock feature, and when the alarm is set, the      is 
shown on the handset display.
When the alarm time is reached, the display flashes --
ALARM-- and the alarm 
melody is played for 1 minute or until any handset key is pressed.
If the alarm is set for ON DAILY and the alarm will sound again on the next day.
If the alarm was set for ON ONCE, the will be turned off.
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key 
to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ALARM and then press OK key to select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
OFFON ONCE or ON DAILY and then 
  press OK key to confirm.
  If you select 
ON ONCE or ON DAILY, enter the time (HH-MM) for the alarm 
  and press the UP/DOWN key to select AM or PM if the time is in 12 HOURS 
  format.
5. Press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set alarm tone
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key 
  to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ALARM TONE and then press OK key 
  to select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
MELODY 1MELODY 2 or MELODY 3 
  and then press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Advanced use of your telephone
Change Master PIN
The Master PIN is used for registration/unregistration of handsets. The default 
Master PIN number is 0000. The maximum length of the Master PIN is 8 digits.
Note: If you forget your PIN code, you can reset it to its default 0000 using a 
handset Reset (see section Reset Unit).
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ADVANCED SET and then press OK key 
  to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
CHANGE PIN and then press OK key to 
  select.
Enter the current Master PIN when prompted and then press OK key to confirm. 
As you enter the PIN it will be shown as asterisks (*) on the screen.
(Enter the new PIN and then press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is 
played.)
Register your handset
IMPORTANT: When you purchase a telephone, all handsets are already 
registered to the base, so you do not need to register them. Handset 
registration is only necessary when you buy extra handsets or if a handset 
has become faulty.
The procedure described below is for Versatis E100 or Versatis E150. They 
may be different if you want to register another handset model, in which case 
you should refer to its user guide.
Additional handsets must be registered to the base unit before you can 
use them. Up to 4 handsets can be registered to one base station.
The Master PIN is required before you can register or unregister handsets. 
By default, the Master PIN is 0000. 
On the base station, press and hold the HANDSET LOCATOR key for 
approximately 5 seconds.
1. On the handset, press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ADVANCED SET and then press OK                                      
key to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
REGISTRATION and then press OK   
key to select.
Note : If no action is taken on the handset within 10 seconds, the 
registration procedure will be aborted. If this happens, repeat the first step.
WAITING is displayed on the screen. A confirmation beep is played to 
indicate successful registration, and the handset will return to idle mode, 
with its handset number displayed. 
Note : If no base is found within a certain period, 
NO BASE will be 
displayed with an error tone to indicate failed registration and the handset 
returns to idle mode, and you will need to repeat the registration sequence.
Unregister your handset
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ADVANCED SET and then press OK 
key to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
UNREGISTER and then press OK key 
to select.
4. Enter the Master PIN when prompted and then press OK key to confirm. 
  (the default master PIN is 0000)
5. Press NAVIGATION key to select the handset number to unregister and 
then press OK key to confirm.
A confirmation beep is played to indicate successful unregistration.
Note : If no action is taken on the handset within 15 seconds, the 
unregistration procedure will be aborted and the handset returns to idle 
mode.
You must use another handset to unregister handsets from the base.
Change recall time
You may need the R button to send a Recall signal (also called Flash or 
Timed Break Recall) if you are connected to a PBX. You should normally 
leave the Recall Time at its default setting of Short (100ms), as this is the 
standard recall required in the telephone network, but it can be changed to 
Medium (270ms) or Long (600ms) if your telephone is connected to a PBX 
that requires a different recall time.
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ADVANCED SET and then press OK 
  key to select.
CONFORMITY
This unit conforms to the following rules and regulations: 1995/5/EC Radio frequency and 
telecommunication equipment and the mutual acceptance of conformity. 
The CE mark proves the above.
ENVIRONMENT
 
This symbol means that your inoperative electronic appliance must be collected 
                   separately and not mixed with the household waste.The European Union has
                   implemented a specific collection and recycling system for which producers are
responsible.
This appliance has been designed and manufactured with high quality materials and 
components that can be recycled and reused. Electrical and electronic appliances are liable 
to contain parts that are necessary in order for the system to work properly but which can 
become a health and environmental hazard if they are not handled or disposed of in the 
proper way. Consequently, please do not throw out your inoperative appliance with the 
household waste.
If you are the owner of the appliance, you must deposit it at the appropriate local collection 
point or leave it with the vendor when buying a new appliance.
- If you are a professional user, please follow your supplier's instructions.
- If the appliance is rented to you or left in your care, please contact your service provider.
Keen to preserve the environment, ATLINKS has equipped this appliance with a switching 
power supply, offering better energy efficiency. The advantages include not only very low 
electricity consumption, but also a more compact format than the conventional power 
supply units used by the previous range.
The used batteries from your telephone (if it has batteries) must be disposed of in 
compliance with current environmental protection regulations. Comply with your local 
regulations.
Return your batteries to your reseller or dispose of them at an approved recycling centre.
Help us protect the environment in which we live! 
Model E100 / E100 Duo / Trio
E150 / E150 Duo / Trio CG1
A/W No. : 10000330 Rev.0 (EN)
Made in China
Delete a Call Log entry
1. Press       in idle mode to go to the call list.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select an entry and then press MENU key.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
DELETE and then press OK key to select.
(Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.)
Delete all entries in the Call Log
1. Press       in idle mode to go to the call list.
2. Press MENU key.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
DELETE ALL and then press OK key 
to select.
(Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Using the intercom
Intercom, call transfer and conference are only possible with at least 2 handset 
registered to the same base station. It allows you to make free internal calls, 
transfer external calls from one handset to another, and set up a 3-way 
conference with two handsets and an external call.
If you try to make a call while another handset is already on an external call, 
you'll hear a busy tone for a few seconds before the display returns to idle.
Intercom another handset
   
Press INT key in idle mode.
   
Intercom is established immediately if there are only 2 registered 
   
handsets.
If there are more than 2 registered handsets, the handset numbers which 
are available for intercom, and a  *  will be displayed. Press the specific 
handset number you wish to call, or press to ring all handsets, to start 
intercom.
Transfer an external call to another handset
   
During the call, press INT key to put the external call on hold 
   
(the caller can no longer hear you).
Intercom is established immediately if there are only 2 registered handsets.
If there are more than 2 registered handsets, the handset numbers which 
are available for intercom, and a *  will be displayed. Press the specific 
handset number you wish to call, or press * to ring all handsets, to start
intercom.
The store where you bought your telephone can also provide you with information and after-sales support.
SAFETY
In the event of an electrical hazard, the mains adapter acts as 230V power isolating device. It should 
therefore, as a precaution, be installed close to the appliance and be easily accessible. To disconnect the 
device from the primary power source, the mains adapter must be removed from the 230V AC/50 Hz socket.
If the mains adapter fails, it must be replaced by an identical model.
If not connected to the mains power or if there is a mains power failure, telephones that use cordless 
handsets will not work.
You will then be unable to make or receive calls in the event of an emergency.
This is why we recommend that you also keep a conventional telephone – one that doesn’t require a power 
supply – as a backup.
! Do not use your telephone to notify a gas leak when standing in the vicinity of the leak.
It is recommended that you avoid using this device during electrical storms.
Do not attempt to open the batteries, as they contain chemical substances. In the event of leakage, 
avoid contact with the skin, eyes, nose and mouth. In the event of contact, rinse the affected part for about 
twenty minutes with running water and seek urgent medical attention. Clean the product with absorbent 
paper or a dry cloth and contact your reseller for replacement batteries.
ATLINKS hereby declares that the following models conform to the essential requirements and other 
applicable provisions of European directive 1999/5/EC.
Versatis E100 / Versatis E100 Duo / Trio
Versatis E150 / Versatis E150 Duo / Trio
ATLINKS, 22 quai Gallieni 92150 Suresnes – France
S.A.S. (Simplified Joined Stock Company) with capital of 500 000 Euros - 
Registration number: 508 823 747 R.C.S. Nanterre.
© ATLINKS 2011 - Reproduction prohibited.
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the specifications of its products 
in order to make technical improvements or comply with new regulations.
ALCATEL, VERSATIS and ATLINKS are registered trademarks.
The Alcatel logo and Alcatel name are trademarks of Alcatel and used under 
license by ATLINKS.
www.atlinks.com
If there are more than 2 registered handsets, the handset numbers which are 
available for intercom will be displayed. Press the specific handset number 
you wish to call to start intercom.
   
Press TALK key on the called handset to answer the internal call, where
both internal callers can talk. Intercom is established.
   
Press and hold INT key for 2 seconds on the first handset to start the
three-party conference.
   
CONFERENCE will be displayed on the screen once the conference 
call is established.
Handset Tone
Set the ring volume
There are 5 ringer volume options (OFF, LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2, LEVEL 3 and 
LEVEL 4). The default level is LEVEL 2.
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
PERSONAL SET and then press OK 
  key to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
HANDSET TONE and then press OK 
  key to select and show 
RING VOLUME. Press the OK key again to select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to your desired volume level and then press OK 
  key to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set the ring melody
There are 10 ring melodies available on your handset.
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
PERSONAL SET and then press OK key 
  to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
HANDSET TONE and then press OK key 
  to select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
RING TONES and then press OK to 
    select.
5. Press NAVIGATION key to your desired melody and then press OK key to 
  confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Activate/deactivate key tone
A single tone is emitted when a key is pressed. You can enable or disable the 
key tone. By default, the key tone is ON.
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
PERSONAL SET and then press OK key 
  to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
HANDSET TONE and then press OK key 
  to select.
   
Press TALK key on the called handset to answer the internal call, where
both internal callers can talk. Intercom is established.
   
Press HANG-UP/EXIT key on the first handset to transfer the external 
call to the called handset. The external call is transferred.
Note : If there is no answer from the called handset, press INT key to resume 
the external call.
Answer an external call during intercom
During intercom, a new call tone is emitted when there is an incoming external 
call.
   
Press TALK key to answer the external call and end the intercom. 
   
Connection with the external call is established.
Note : To put the internal call on hold and answer the incoming external call, 
press INT key.
Switch between an internal and external call
   
During the call, press      key to switch between an internal or external
call.
Establish a three-party conference call
The conference call feature allows one external call to be shared with two 
handsets (in intercom). The three parties can share the conversation and no 
additional network subscription is required.
   
During an external call, press INT key to put the external call on hold 
(the caller can no longer hear you).      
Technical details
 
Using the call log
To receive Caller ID you may need to contact your telephone service provider, 
and they will inform you also of any charges for it.Caller ID lets you see the 
phone numbers of your callers on the handset display, before answering and 
in your Call Log afterwards.The Call Log stores the last 10 external calls, 
whether or not you answered the call, so you can call them back later.
Only the most recent call is saved if there are repeat calls from the same 
number. When the Call Log is full, the next new call will replace the oldest 
entry.  
If you've got a new call in the Call Log,        will appear on the handset display.
If the received number is the same as one in your phonebook, the name from 
the phonebook will display as well as the number.
If a call is from someone who withheld their number, the display will show 
WITHHOLD ID.
If the call is from someone whose number is unavailable, or if you have not 
subscribed to Caller ID but have set the date and time, the display will show 
CALLING when it is received and UNAVAILABLE in the Call Log.
Access call log
Press       in idle mode and press NAVIGATION key to browse the call list. 
The calls are displayed in chronological order with the most recent call at the 
top of the list.
1. Press OK key to display more details of the call, including the date and time.
Save call list entry into the phonebook
2. Press       in idle mode to go to the call list.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select an entry and then press MENU key.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
SAVE NUMBER and then press OK key 
to select (Enter the name of the contact (maximum 12 characters) and then 
press OK key to confirm.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
RECALL TIME and then press OK key 
  to select.
4. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
SHORTMEDIUM or LONG and then 
  press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Reset unit
You can reset your phone to its default settings with this feature.
Note: Upon reset, all your personal settings, call log and redial list entries will 
be deleted and the phone will return to its default settings. However, your 
phonebook will remain unchanged after reset. 
1. Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
ADVANCED SET and then press OK 
  key to select.
3. Press NAVIGATION key to select 
RESET and then press OK key to select.
4. Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation beep is played and the unit is 
  reset to its default settings.
* Value may vary according to environment.
** Depending on initial battery charge.
Free field range
Up to 300 meters*
Indoor range
Up to 50 meters*
Handset battery life 
(average values)
7 hours talktime**
100 hours standby**
Number of handsets
Up to 4
Intercom mode
Yes
Three -way confere
(1 outside correspondent +
2 internal correspondents)   
Yes
Electrical connection / 
Base mains adapter / 
Charger
Base: S003IV0600050 or IA5060
Charger: S003IV0600015 or IA5060
Input: 100-240 V / 50-60 Hz   
Output:  6V DC / 500 mA(BASE) 
              6V DC / 150mA (charger) ; (500mA for IA5060)
Only use the adapters supplied with the telephone. 
Single-phase AC, excluding IT installations defined by 
the EN 60950 standard. Caution: the network voltage is 
classified as a hazard by the criteria of this standard.
Telephone connection
Appliance  designed  for  connection  to  a TNV3  class 
(telecommunications  network voltage) analogue 
telephone line as defined by the EN 60950 standard.
Batteries
Corun / Sanik – AAA – 1.2 V – 400 mAh
Only use the batteries supplied with the telephone.
Using any other type of battery presents a risk of 
explosion. 
Used batteries must be disposed of in compliance with 
current environmental protection regulations.
Operating temperature
From 5 to 40° C
Troubleshooting
If you have difficulty with your phone, please try the suggestions listed below. 
As a general rule, if a problem occurs, remove the batteries from all the 
handsets in your installation for about 1 minute, then disconnect and reconnect 
the power supply to the base and reinstall the handset batteries.
ALWAYS check first that:
You have followed all the steps listed in the user 
manual to install and set up your telephone.
All connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets. 
Mains power to the base unit is switched on at the 
socket.
The handset’s batteries are correctly and securely 
installed and are not run down.
Everyday use
“I cannot make or answer calls” 
 
“I cannot make a call” 
“When I press on the keys,
nothing happens”
“The phone does not ring”
“I hear ‘beeps’ from my 
handset while I’m on a call” 
“When I try to make a call, I 
hear busy tone”
“The volume in the earpiece is 
low when I’m on a call”
Batteries
“The handset’s battery cells 
are running low within 
an hour or two”
 
“I try to recharge the batteries 
but I still get a warning that 
they are low”
If the fault persists...                       
                  
                                                 
If the handset’s display is blank, it may have been
switched off. Press and hold the HANG-UP/EXIT 
key to switch it back on. 
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is 
plugged in and power is switched on. 
The base unit needs mains power for normal 
operation of the phone 
- not just for charging the batteries. 
Make sure you are using the telephone line cable 
supplied with your telephone. Other telephone line 
cables might not work. Move the handset closer to 
the base unit.
Check the battery level symbol on the display. If it 
is low, replace the handset on the base unit or 
charger pod to recharge the batteries.
Switch off power at the mains socket, wait for a 
short time and then switch back on. This may 
solve the problem.
If the handset display shows KEYS LOCKED, 
press and
 
hold the * button to unlock it before you 
make a call. 
Only one handset (or the base unit) can be 
connected to the outside line at a time. If another 
handset is already using the line, you need to wait 
until it has finished its call.
Make sure the batteries are fitted in your handset
If the Battery Level symbol on the display shows
‘low’, put your handset back on the cradle to 
charge.
Try a different position for the base unit – 
somewhere higher if possible, or further from other 
electrical equipment.
Try moving the handset closer to the base unit.
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter 
is plugged in and power is switched on. 
Check that ring volume is not on OFF
You may be going out of range of the base unit.
Move closer or your call may be cut off.
Check the Battery Level symbol on the display. If 
it’s low, recharge the batteries.
If you’re using a multi-handset system, check 
whether another handset is already on a call. 
Make sure you’re holding the earpiece correctly 
over your ear. 
Adjust the volume using the UP/DOWN key.
Before you first use the handset, you should have 
left it on the base unit or charger pod for 15 hours 
to charge the batteries fully. You may need to 
replace the batteries. Check the connection 
between the base unit and the mains power 
socket. unit.
You need to replace the batteries. Dispose of 
used batteries safely – never burn them, or put 
them where they could get punctured. Do not use 
non-rechargeable batteries in your handset – they 
may explode, causing damage.
Disconnect all other instruments connected to the 
same line and try to make a call. 
Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line 
and plug a different phone into the master 
telephone socket. Try making a call. If this works, 
the line is OK. 
If the call does not work, and you are using a 
two-way socket adapter, remove it and plug a 
telephone directly into the socket. 
If the call now works, the adapter may be faulty. If 
you cannot make a call, the fault may be on the 
exchange line. Contact the service provider.        
“When I key in a number, it 
appears on the display, but I 
cannot make an outside call”
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