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Mains power connection 5 Handset registration 12

Phone Function Keys What's on the display? Advanced use of your Phone 13
EARPIECE Battery safety 5
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Display The display of your telephone Handset advanced settings 13


CALLER ID (CID) button Installation and Set-up 5
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contains one line of text Set to default settings 13


Press to view caller ID list Choose a suitable site for the base unit 5
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UP and DOWN button (showing details of names and Change your PIN code 14
Press to scroll through the
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PHONEBOOK button numbers) and two lines of icon Connect the telephone line cord into 5 Select dialing mode 14
list of stored numbers Press to store names and numbers the base unit Set flash time (Recall) 15
Press during programming Press to access phonebook What the symbols mean? Plug the main adaptor into your wall socket 5 To turn Baby call ON/OFF: 15
to move through the menu Charge the batteries 5 Troubleshooting 15
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Signal Level This shows that there is signal between the handset and its
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HANG UP / CLEAR button


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base. If it flashes, it means that there is no signal. Connect the base unit to the telephone line 5 Cleaning and Care 17
change the volume in the Press to end call
earpiece This shows when somebody is using the telephone. It Your Phone Operations 6 Declaration of Conformity 17
Press during programming to Call U

MEN U flashes while your handset is ringing for an incoming call. Switching on/off your phone 6 Guarantee and Service 18
MENU button go back to the previous option
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or to clear digits or characters When ever this shows . , it indicates 'nearly empty’; put To lock/unlock the key pad 6
Press to access menu for Battery Charge Technical Details 18
programming from the display. Level the handset on the base unit to charge the battery. While
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Read First Before Use


OO KK Press and hold to turn the handset the battery is being charged, the level shown keeps changing. Choosing a site for the base unit and charger pod
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PHONE / OK button OFF, and press and hold turn back on. If you h a ve a B r oa d a n d lin e
Press to make or answer a MEN U
REDIAL / PAUSE button This flashes while your handset is ringing for an intercom
phone call Intercom Call If you connect your telephone to a line with a broadband
call and shows on the screen when the call is connected.
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Press to view redial list connection, you will need to insert a microfilter between
Press to select or confirm Press to pause (you may
a menu option.
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Phonebook This appears when you are using the Phonebook. You can the telephone line, otherwise you may get interference MEN U

need this function when your


store names and numbers or make calls to contacts. between the telephone and the broadband, which could
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STAR / KEYPAD LOCK phone is connected to a PBX) A BC D EF

button
A BC D EF
Caller Display This appears when your calls log has new records. cause problems. G HI JK L MN O

HASH / MUTE button


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In a home with broadband, every telephone must have a


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Press and hold to lock/unlock G HI JK L MN O Keypad Locked This appears when the keypad is locked IN T

keypad Press to mute when speaking microfilter connected, not just the one at the telephone
on the phone Ringer Off This appears when the handset ringer is off point that your modem is connected to. If you need more
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RECALL button PQ RS TU V W XY Z
Press to view additional digits when broadband microfilters, contact your broadband supplier.
You may need the Recall a number in memory exceeds 10 digits. Redial This appears when you are reviewing the redial list or
function during a call if your Press to view date/time of a call in calling a number from the redial list The base unit and charger pod(s) should be to placed on level surface, in a position where:
phone is connected to a PBX Caller ID list. the mains adapter plug will reach an easily accessible 230-V AC switched mains supply
or if you use BT's Select
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Answering This appears when your answering machine (TAM) is socket - never try to lengthen the mains power cable
Services. INTERCOM button IN T Machine on and flashes when a message is received. the base unit's telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension
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(Only for Style1210 model)


Press this to make intercom calls. socket (the charger pod does not have a telephone line connection)
MOUTHPIECE Contents Page
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Page it should not close to another telephone - this can cause radio interference
Cover Page 1 it should not close to a sink, bath or shower , or anywhere else where it might get wet
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* Style 1210 TAM shortcut button definition, please refer to TAM Operation guide. Set time and date 6
Charging batteries for the first time 1 Change your handset’s name 6 it should not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing machines, microwave ovens,
Base station Unpacking your phone 1 fluorescent lights, televisions etc.
Select your phone language 6
it is away from hot, humid conditions and strong sunlight
Your Phone Function Keys 2 Making and answering calls/earpiece
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Radio signals between handset and base unit


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Base station 2 volume adjustment during calls 7


To use your handset and base unit together, you must be able to establish a radio link between
Mute function 7
What’s on the display? 3 them. Be aware that:
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Last number redial function 7 any large metal objects, like a refrigerator, a mirror, filing cabinet etc, between the
HANDSET LOCATOR button What the symbol mean? 3
-Register handsets Memory/Phonebook management 7 handset and the base unit may block the radio signal.
Read First before Use 4 other solid structures, like walls, may reduce the signal strength.
Dialing from phonebook 9
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Press this to make the Choosing a site for the base


handset ring, if you have Caller ID log 9 Interference
unit and charger pod 4
forgotten where you put it Handset ringer volume, melody & key tone10 If the sound quality gets worse as you move around while on a call, this is probably caused by
(the button is located under Radio signals between handset and
base unit 4 Using a multi-handset system 11 interference between the handset and the base unit, perhaps because you are too near to
the base) Paging handset 12 another phone or other electrical equipment.
Interference 4
Move to a different position to clear the interference. If you do not move, it might caused a short
“Out of range” warning 5 break or your call may be cut off.
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"Out of range' warning


If you hear a warning tone during a call, and the sound in the earpiece becomes faint or Your Telephone Operations Press the DOWN button four times, the display shows "HANDSET"
distorted, you may be going out of range of the base unit. Switching on/off OK Press the PHONE/OK button and the DOWN button twice then press "OK"
Move nearer to the base unit within 20 seconds, until the warning tone stops. Otherwise, your The screen displays the current language “ENGLISH”
call may be cut off. C Press and hold to turn the handset 'ON'
Press UP or DOWN button to go through the language list.
Mains power connection Press the HANG UP/C button and hold for three seconds for 'OFF'
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OK Press PHONE/OK button to select the language
IMPORTANT - The Style 1200/1210 base unit and charger pod must be used with the mains ** You can switch the handset off and save battery charge.
adapter supplied with the unit. Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
Notes: When the handset is OFF, it cannot be used for making calls including emergency
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Using any other adapter will result in non-compliance with EN60950, and will invalidate any Making and answering calls / Earpiece volume adjustment during calls
calls. When the handset is OFF, only the base unit will ring during an incoming call.
approval given to this apparatus.
To answer a call when the handset is switched off, you need to switch it back on. Make a call
Battery safety Press the PHONE/OK button to make the call
It may take a some time for the handset to re-establish a radio link with the base unit OK

ONLY use the rechargeable batteries supplied with the handset. The screen displays the call icon and you should hear the dialing tone.
DO NOT use non-rechargeable batteries - they may burst and cause damage to your telephone. To lock/unlock the key pad Dial the telephone number that you require.
CAUTION: Risk of explosion is replaced by an Incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according To lock: press the STAR button and hold for 2 Press UP or DOWN button to adjust the volume of
to the instructions. Use only with GP/SANIK, type no. GP30AAAM3BMX/ 3SN-2/3AAA 30H-S-JP1 seconds until the key symbol appears on the LCD the earpiece during your conversation (3 volume levels)
rated 3.6VDC 300mAh Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack or GP / SANIK type no. GP30AAAKC
To unlock: press the STAR button and hold for Press the HANG UP/C button to end the call
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SN-AAA30J rated 1.2V 300mAh "AAA"size Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries.
2 seconds until the key symbol disappears on the LCD Note: You can also make a call by using the Pre-dial function: Dial your correspondent
Set time & date telephone number first (if you enter a wrong number use the HANG UP/C button to delete
Installation and Set-up Set time and date and re-enter) then press the PHONE/OK button to make the call.
1/ Choose a suitable site for the base unit (see page4 )
Press the MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
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Answer a call
2/ Connect the
Press the DOWN button , the display shows “DATE/TIME” Note: you can also answer a call by using the Auto-answer function, see page13 for how
telephone line cord into the base unit to switch it on.
Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the Press the PHONE/OK button Twice
Press the PHONE/OK button to answer a call when the telephone rings
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jack on the back of the base Enter the date using the digit keys 0 to 9 - format DD/MM
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The screen displays shows the call icon.


3/ Plug the mains adaptor into your wall Press the PHONE/OK button
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Press UP or DOWN button to adjust the volume of the earpiece during your
socket. If you have one or more charger Enter the time using the digit keys 0 to 9 - format HH:MM (It’s a 24 hour clock)
conversation(3 volume levels)
pods, plug the mains adaptors accordingly Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
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Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode


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Make sure that the 230V AC, 50hz mains socket Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
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is switched OFF when you plug the mains adapter Note: You can turn on/off the time on standby display. Mute function
into the socket. Switch it ON only when you st
time use The mute function will mute the microphone of your telephone so that the person
Press the MENU button, then DOWN to select the DATE/TIME,
have the adaptor plugged in safely. at the other end will not be able to hear you.
Press the Phone/OK button then DOWN once to show "DISPLAY",
4/ Fit the rechargeable batteries in To Mute: press the HASH button for 2 seconds until the display shows MUTE.
Press the Phone/OK button to switch between ON( ) and OFF(X) and when you have
each handset To Un-mute: press the HASH button for 2 seconds until MUTE disappears.
maybe your selection. Press the HANG UP/C button.
Push down on the top of the battery compartment Note: The microphone will be un-muted automatically when a new call is made.
cover (located on the back of the handset) and slide the Change your handset's name
Last number redial function
cover off as shown. Life the battery pack and connect its plug Press the MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK” Each handset has a Last Number Redial list to store the last 10 different number dialled out.
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the jack inside the compartment.


BLACK RED
RED Press the DOWN button four times , the display shows “HANDSET” To access to the Last Number Redial list press the DOWN button
5/ Charge the batteries for 15 hours before 1st time use
The Redial icon will appear, along with the last number dielled
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Before you use the handset for the first time, it is important + OK
Press the PHONE/OK button twice
that you charge the batteries fully. You will hear a 'beep' The screen displays the current handset name “HANDSET” Press UP or DOWN button to get the number you want to redial
when the handset is correctly positioned on the charging cradle.
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C Press HANG UP/C button to delete the text and enter up to 8 characters for OK
Press PHONE/OK to make the call to the number selected.
Leave the handset on the base unit or charger pod for 15 hours
the new name of your handset by using the digit keys C
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
To keep the batteries charged, whenever you don't need to use OK
Press PHONE/OK button to confirm Memory/Phonebook management
the handset (such as overnight, or when you go out), leave it on the base unit or charger pod.
6/ Connect the base unit to the telephone line
C Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode Each handset has a phonebook memory, which can hold up to 40 names and numbers.
Switch OFF power at the mains socket and insert the telephone line plug into the socket then Select your phone language How to enter characters?
switch mains power back ON. MEN U Press the MENU button, the display shows "PHONEBOOK" To use the characters you press the button where you
see the character e.g. if you want to insert the letter ‘A’
Plug the adaptor to the socket-outlet that near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
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Press the HANG UP/C button to delete numbers


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you press ‘2’, if you want to insert the letter ‘B’ you press
A BC
A BC D EF Use the digit buttons to insert new numbers Press the UP button to access the caller ID log
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twice and for ‘C’, three times etc. If you want to insert Once you have edited the number press PHONE/OK, the display will show “MODIFY" and the caller ID log icon would disappear
‘AA’ then you will have to wait for the first ‘A’ to stop G HI JK L MN O Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
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Use the UP/DOWN button to go to the entry you want to one
flashing then insert the second ‘A’. Press for space. To store a last number redial entry in phonebook Press the MENU button , the display shows “COPY TO PB”
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press "0" for "+ - 0".


PQ RS TU V W XY Z Use the DOWN button to get to the number you want to store e.g. 12345678 Press the PHONE/OK button
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To create a contact in your phonebook The redial icon will appear Use the digit buttons to insert the name
Press the PHONEBOOK button MEN U

Press MENU button , the display shows “COPY TO PB” Press the PHONE/OK button and the number that your have stored will appear
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The phonebook icon will appear Press PHONE/OK to confirm. Use the digit buttons to insert the name
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Press the PHONE/OK button again, then press the HANG UP/C button go back to
OK
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Press the MENU button . If the phonebook is empty the OK Press the Phone/OK button and the number you are storing will apear. idle mode.
display shows "ADD?". If the phonebook is not empty, the display shows the first entry, Use the HANG UP/C button and digit buttons to modify the number.
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Handset ringer volume, melody and key tone
so then press the MENU button for the display to show "ADD" Press the Phone/OK button to confirm and store the entry.
Change handset ringer volume
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OK Press the PHONE/OK button to add a name , the display shows “NAME” Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
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Use the digit keys to insert characters for the name (max: 8 characters) e.g. “JANE”
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Dialing from phonebook Press the DOWN button twice , the display shows “HS RINGER”
OK Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
Press PHONEBOOK button Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “HS VOLUME”
Use the digit keys to insert the telephone number (max: 24 digit) e.g. “12345678”
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Use the UP/DOWN button or digit buttons to go through your Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “VOLUME 7”
OK Press PHONE/OK button to confirm and the display will show "SAVED" phonebook to find the person you want to call
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and then returnto the name Use the UP/DOWN button to adjust volume.
Press the PHONE/OK button to make the call and the phone icon will appear There are seven levels (VOL 1 - 7 / OFF).
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The screen displays the telephone number you are dialing Press the PHONE/OK
OK . button to confirm
To view contacts in your phonebook. C
Press the HANG UP/C button to end the call
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
Caller ID log
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Press the PHONEBOOK button, the display shows "FIRST NAME".


Press the UP/DOWN button to step through the list, or use the digit buttons for short- Caller display lets you see the phone number of your callers on the handset's display before Change handset ringer melody
cuts to names with the same inital letters as the button characters. you answer. Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
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To see the number stored with the name, press the HASH(#) button. Press the HASH The Style 1200/1210 will store the numbers of the last 20 callers, so you can call them back Press the DOWN button twice , the display shows “HS RINGER”
button twice to see the rest of the number if it is more than 10 digits long, and press the later. When the Caller ID log is full, the next incoming number will overwrite the oldest one. Press the PHONE/OK button ,the display shows “HS VOLUME”
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STAR(*) button to go back to the previous page and press again to go back to the name. If the incoming number matches an entry in the phonebook, it will display the name from the
Press the DOWN button once , the display shows “HS MELODY”
To delete a contact in the phonebook phonebook. OK
Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “MELODY 4”
Press the PHONEBOOK button. The phonebook icon will appear and the first entry. If the call is from someone who withheld their number the display will show "WITHHELD", or
Use the UP/DOWN button to choose melody.
Press the UP/DOWN button to get to the contact you want to delete. if it is from someone whose number is unavailable ( e.g. an international call) it will display"UNKNOWN". There are eight options.
Press the MENU button and then the DOWN button to display DELETE.
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If the caller ID icon is on, it indicates one or more new calls have heen received. OK
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
Press PHONE/OK to delete it, and the display will then show the next phonebook entry. When the calls list is viewed the caller ID icon will be turned off.
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
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To review the caller ID log C

To delete all phonebook entries


Press the PHONEBOOK button. The phonebook icon will appear and the frist entry. Press the UP button to access the caller ID log and the call ID log icon will disappear Turn on/off key tone
Press the MENU button and then the DOWN button to display DELETE ALL.
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Use the UP/DOWN button to go through the caller list. Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
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OKPress PHONE/OK twice to confirm the delete, and the display will go back to idle mode. ** You can call the caller directly by pressing the PHONE/OK button Press the DOWN button four times , the display shows “HANDSET”
Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “H/S NAME”
To edit contacts in phonebook Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
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Press the PHONEBOOK button To delete the caller ID log Press the DOWN button once , the display shows “KEYTONE ” (ON)
The phonebook icon will appear Press the UP button to access the caller ID log and the call ID log icon will disappear OK Press the PHONE/OK button to turn key tone on( ) or off(X).
Use the UP/DOWN button to get to the contact you want to edit Use the UP/DOWN button to go to the entry you want to delete C Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
Press the MENU button , the display shows “ADD” Press the MENU button and DOWN key twice, the display shows “DELETE”
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Press the DOWN button twice , the display shows “MODIFY”


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Base ringer volume and melody
* To delete all entries in your caller ID log, press the DOWN button three times.
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm Change base ringer volume
OK Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm and the next number will appear
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Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”


Press the HANG UP/C button to delete characters
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* Press the PHONE/OK button twice to confirm delete all Press the DOWN button three times, the display shows “BS RINGER”
Use the digit buttons to insert new characters
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Once you have edited the name press PHONE/OK and the telephone number will appear then go back to idle mode
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Guarantee and service
Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “BS VOLUME”
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Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows “VOLUME2 ”
The Binatone Style1200/1210 is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of purchase shown
on your sales receipt. This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects caused by
Style 1200/1210 Stylish Digital Cordless Telephone
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Use the UP/DOWN button to adjust volume. There are three levels.
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
accidents, misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect, faults on the telephone line, lightning,
tampering with the equipment, or any attempt at adjustment or repair other than
Digital Cordless Telephone with Caller U SER G U I D E
Display, Name and Number Phonebook
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode through approved agents.
and Answering Machine (Style 1210 only).
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Change base ringer melody Please keep your sales (till) receipt – this is your guarantee. You should also keep the
original packaging material.
Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
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Unpacking your phone
Press the DOWN button to select “BS RINGER” In the unlikely event that you need to return your Style1200/1210 to our Repair Centre while In the box you will find:
it is under guarantee, there will be a £5 handling charge. x the cordless handset (two handsets with a
Press the PHONE/OK button , then
While the unit is under Guarantee Twin system, three with a Triple system and
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Press the DOWN button to select “BS MELODY”


four with a Quad system)
Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “MELODY 1” 1. Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and the mains electricity supply
Use the UP/DOWN button to change the melody. There are 3 options. x the base unit, with attached mains power lead
2. Pack up all parts of your Style1200/1210, using the original packaging. Remember to
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Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm include the mains adapter and adapter
x rechargeable batteries and a battery
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode 3. Return the unit to the shop where you bought it, making sure you take your sales receipt.
compartment cover for each handset
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Using a multi-handset system After the Guarantee has expired x a telephone line cable for the base unit

Make intercom calls If the unit is no longer under Guarantee, first follow steps 1 and 2 as for repair under x charger pods, each with an attached mains power
Guarantee. Then… lead and adapter, for multi-handset system
IN T Press the INTERCOM button on any handset (i.e. handset 1)."
The intercom icon INT will appear, e.g. "INT 2". 3. Call our Service Department on 0845 345 9677 and ask for a quotation of the repair
Use the digit buttons to press the handset number 2 you want to call, and the charge and details of where to send your Style1200/1210 for repair. ** Keep your sales receipt as it is your guarantee
display shows e.g. "CALL INT 2". 4. Make sure you include with your Style1200/1210:
Your name and address
Handset 2 will ring A cheque or postal order for the value of the repair charge
On the handset being called, press the PHONE/OK button to answer and the
5. Return your Style1200/1210 to the address given by the Service Department.
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intercom icon ‘INT’ will appear on the display e.g. “INT 1”


Press the HANG UP/C button to end the call
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Binatone Helpline (for UK only)
Transfer intercom calls Technical details Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm
When one handset is on an external call and wants to transfer the call to another handset Standard Digital Enhancement Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) Tel: 0845 345 9677
IN T Press the INTERCOM button on the handset on the external call(i.e. handset 1) **Please note that all calls are charged at local rate
Frequency range 1.88 to 1.9 GHz (bandwidth = 20 MHz)
The intercom icon I N T would appear e.g. “INT 2”
Channel bandwidth 1.728 MHz Or visit our website: www.binatoneonline.com
Use the digit buttons to press the handset number you want to transfer the call to (the
external line will be on-hold at this moment) Handset 2 will ring Operating range Up to 300m outdoors; up to 50m indoors
Charging batteries for the first time
OK Press PHONE/OK of handset 2 to answer the intercom call Operating time Standby: 80 hours Before you start to use your telephone make sure that all batteries are fully
Press HANG UP/C button on handset 1 to transfer the call to handset 2 Talking: 8 hours charged for 15 hours.
Battery charge time: 15 hours
Shuttle between two calls
When an external call and an intercom call are in Temperature range Operating 0 ºC to 40 ºC
Storage -20 ºC to 60 ºC Important note: This telephone is not designed for Emergency calls
progress at the same time you can shuttle between the two calls by
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pressing the INTERCOM button on your handset. Electrical power HANDSET – 300mAH NiMH rechargeable battery pack.
For Emergency calls you should have a basic phone that does not need
Set up a three-way conference Base UNIT/CHARGER POD – input 230V 50Hz 30mA; output DC7.5 300mA 2.25VA a mains power, connected to your line so that you can make calls during
You can have a three-way conference when you are on a call with an external line Port specification a power failure.
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When you are on the phone press the INT button The port (connected to the telephone line) is a TNV port with respect to EN41003.
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Press the handset number you want to join the conference. Handset 2 will ring
Press PHONE/OK to answer intercom call
Press and hold * key to enter conference
UK (BTP) Ver 2, June 07
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New call tone Select a base unit Press the DOWN button to select “DEFAULT”
When there is an external call during your intercom call, a new call tone will be heard. Press MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
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Press the R button to answer the external Press the DOWN button to select “SEL BASE” OK Press the PHONE/OK button to reset , the display shows “DEFAULT”
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Press the PHONE/OK button Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
Paging handset Select the base unit you want to register your handset to.. The number not
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The paging function is useful when you need to locate your handset(s). flashing is the base which is currently selected. Set base settings to default
On the underside of the base set you will find the HANDSET LOCATOR button. (Select 0 = Auto mode to automatically link with the first available base) MEN U
Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
Press the HANDSET LOCATOR button and your handset(s) will ring OK
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm. The handset will display "RANGE OUT" Press the DOWN button to select “BASE”
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Press PHONE/OK button to stop it ringing. for a short while until it links with the new base. OK Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “PIN CODE”
To register to a different brand of base unit. Press the DOWN button to select “DEFAULT”
Handset registration
Your Style1200/1210 handset can be registered to any GAP-compatible base unit, or OK Press the PHONE/OK button,the display shows “CONFIRM ?”
* When you purchase a Style1200/1210 multi-handset system, all handsets are already you can register other GAP compatible handsets to your Style1200/1210 base unit, Press the PHONE/OK button to reset, the display shows “DEFAULT”
registered: you do not need to register any of the handsets.
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but we do not guarantee that all features or display messages will be available when Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
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using other manufacturers' equipment.


* Up to 4 handsets can be registered to your Style1200/1210 base. Change your pin code
* Each handset can be registered to up to 4 base units. Advanced use of your phone The PIN code is only used when registering new handsets to the base, see page 12.
Registering a handset Handset advanced settings MEN U
Press MENU button,the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
Press the HANDSET LOCATOR button at the base station until you hear the registration Auto-answer Press the DOWN button to select “BASE”
tone (continuous beeps). The base station will stay in registration mode for 60 seconds. With auto-answer is turned on, you can answer an incoming call by simply lifting the handset OK
Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows “PIN CODE”
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Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK” from its place on the base unit or charger pod. If the current Pin code is not the default (0000) the display shows "PIN _ _ _ _".
Press the DOWN button six times, the display shows “REGISTER” To turn auto-answer on and off: Then key in the current Pin code.
Press the PHONE/OK button “BS 1234” (234 will flash)
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Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK” (If the current Pin code is the default (0000), this step will be skipped.)
Press the DOWN button to select “HANDSET”
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* Flashing numbers indicate base registrations not used OK Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows "NEW _ _ _ _"
Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “H/S NAME” Key in your new Pin code
Select your base using the digit buttons, e.g. press 1 for BASE 1. OK

Press the DOWN button to select “AUTO ANS /(ON) OK


Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm, , the display shows "NEW _ _ _ _"
Enter the PIN using the digit buttons (default PIN is 0000). Press PHONE/OK to turn off auto answer, the display shows “AUTO ANS X” (OFF)
Press PHONE/OK to confirm, the display shows “WAIT” OK Key in the new pin code again
*Press PHONE/OK again to turn auto answer back on.
OK

Wait until the handset beeps and the free handset numbers are shown on the display
OK Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
C Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
(this may take a short while). Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
C

Select the handset number you require using the corresponding digit button. To clear handset phonebook and redial memories. Select Dialing Mode
There will be a double beep tone and the handset will return to idle mode with the new You should normally leave the dialing mode at its default setting of TONE (also called DTMF).
MEN U
Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
handset number shown. To change the dialing mode if necessary.
Press the DOWN button to select “HANDSET”
De-registering a handset OK Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows “H/S NAME” MEN U
Press MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
*This may be necessary if one of your handsets is lost or out of order and needs to be replaced. Press the DOWN button to select “BASE”
Press the DOWN button to select “CLEAR MEM”
Press MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK” Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows “PIN CODE”
Press the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “CONFIRM?”
MEN U
OK

Press the DOWN button seven times, the display shows “DEL H/S”
OK

Press the PHONE/OK button to clear or press the HANG UP/OK button to not clear Press the DOWN button once, the display shows “DIAL MODE”
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm OK

the memories and then to return to idle mode Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows “TONE”
All the handset numbers registered to that base will appear on the display
OK

Set to Default Settings Press the UP or DOWN button to change between TONE and PULSE
OKEnter the handset number you want to de-register
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm your selection, the display shows “DIAL MODE”
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode Set handset settings to default
OK
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* The handset that has been de-registered will show "UNREGISTER" on its display, if Press MENU button , the display shows “PHONEBOOK”
MEN U Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode
C

it is not registered to any other base. Press the DOWN button to select “HANDSET” Note: If PULSE dialing is set, you can press the * key to switch to TONE dialing for
OKPress the PHONE/OK button , the display shows “H/S NAME” the rest of that call.

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Set Flash time (Recall) Intercom and transfer


“I cannot make a The handset’s keypad may be locked. Unlock it before you make a
You should not need to change the setting from the default of SHORT (100ms), unless call” “I can’t transfer a call" Make sure the other handset is in range of the base unit.
call.
you're having a problem with the Flash (Recall) when using your phone on a PBX. Make sure you are dialing the correct number for the other handset.
Only one handset (or the base unit) can be connected to the outside Batteries
MEN U
Press MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK” line at once. If another handset is already using the line, you need to “The handset’s Before you first use the handset, you should have left it on the base
Press the DOWN button to select “BASE” wait until it’s finished its call. battery pack is unit or charger pod for 15 hours to charge the batteries fully.
Press the PHONE/OK button “PIN CODE” “When I press Make sure the batteries are fitted in your handset. If the Battery running low within
OK You may need to replace the batteries
Press the DOWN button twice , the display shows “FLASH” keys, nothing Level symbol on the display shows ‘low’, put your handset back on an hour or two” Check the connection between the base unit and the mains power
Press the PHONE/OK button, the display shows “SHORT” happens” the cradle for it to charge. socket
OK

Press the DOWN button to select SHORT (100ms), MEDIUM (250ms) or “When I key in a Try a different position for the base unit – somewhere higher if “I try to recharge You need to replace the batteries. To find out how to obtain
LONG (600ms). number, it appears possible, or further from other electrical equipment. the batteries but I replacements call the Binatone Spares Department on 0845 345
OK
Press PHONE/OK to confirm,the display shows “FLASH” on the display, but still get a warning 9677 from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
I can not make an Try moving the handset closer to the base unit. that they are low”
C
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode Dispose of used batteries safely – never burn them, or put them
outside call. where they could get punctured.
To turn Baby call ON/OFF:
“The phone does Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is plugged in and Do not use non-rechargeable batteries in your Style1200/1210 –
MEN U Press MENU button, the display shows “PHONEBOOK” not ring” power is switched on. The base unit needs mains power for normal they may burst, causing damage.
Press the UP button to select, the display shows “BABYCALL” operation of the phone – not just for charging the batteries If the fault persists…
OK Press the PHONE/OK button,the display shows “ON/OFF ” (X) Make sure you are using the telephone line cable that was supplied Disconnect all other instruments connected to the same line as
Press the PHONE/OK button to select Baby call, the display shows ON ( ) or OFF (X) with your Style1200/1210. Other telephone line cables might not work the Style1200/1210 and try to make a call
OK

If you have selected to the ON( ), press " " button and you can enter the number Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and plug a
“My call was cut Move the handset closer to the base unit before you try again to
then press OK different phone into the master telephone socket. Try making a call.
off when I went out make a call.
C
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go back to idle mode If this works, the line is OK.
When Baby Call is turned on, the number is shown on the display, with a lock symbol of range. Now I can’t If the call does not work, and you are using a two-way socket
on the display. use my handset. adapter, remove it and plug a telephone directly into the socket.
“There is Move the handset closer to the base unit, or to a different position. If the call now works, the adapter may be faulty.
Troubleshooting If you cannot make a call, the fault may be on the exchange line.
You have followed all the steps listed on page 5 to install and set up interference and Try moving the base unit so that it’s not near other electrical
ALWAYS check noise on the line” Contact the service provider (the BT engineers on 151, or your cable
your Style1200/1210 equipment, such as a television or a computer.
first that: company).
All connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets You’ll get the best sound if you place the base unit as high as
possible. For example, in a two-storey house, the first-floor landing If you still cannot identify the cause of the problem, contact the
Mains power to the base unit is switched on at the socket Binatone Help Line on 0845 345 9677.
The handset’s batteries are correctly and securely installed and are is an ideal place.
not run down “I hear ‘beeps’ You may be going out of range of the base unit. Move closer or Cleaning and care
Everyday use from my handset your call may be cut off. Do not clean any part of your Style1200/1210 with benzene, thinner or other solvent
“I cannot make or If the handset’s display is blank. It may be switched off. Press the while I’m on a call” Check the Battery Level symbol on the display. If it’s low, recharge chemicals – this may cause permanent damage which is not covered by the Guarantee.
answer calls” HANG UP button to switch it back on. the batteries. When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth.
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is plugged in and “The Caller Display You need to subscribe to the Caller Display feature from your Keep your Style1200/1210 away from hot, humid conditions or strong sunlight, and
power is switched on. The base unit needs mains power for normal feature isn’t network service provider. You should find contact details on your don’t let it get wet.
operation of the phone – not just for charging the batteries. working” phone bill. Every effort has been made to ensure high standards of reliability for your Style1200/1210.
Make sure you are using the telephone line cable supplied with your The caller may have withheld their number by dialing 141. Or they However, if something does go wrong, please do not try to repair it yourself – consult
Style1200/1210. Other telephone line cables might not work. may be calling from a network that does not transmit the caller’s your supplier or the Binatone Help Line.
Move the handset closer to the base unit number (e.g. it may be an international call.) Declaration of conformity
Check the battery Level symbol on the display. If it is low, replace the “When I try to If you’re using a Style1200/1210 multi-handset system, check Binatone Style1200/1210 complies with the essential protective requirements and objectives of:
handset on the base unit or charger pod to recharge the batteries. make a call, I hear whether another handset is already on a call. EC R&TTE Directive 2006/95/EC
Baby Monitor may be turned on. You need to turn it off before you Busy tone.” And conforms to the following relevant harmonized standards:
can make calls. “The volume in the Make sure you’re holding the earpiece correctly over your ear. Radio: EN 301406 (TBR 6)
Switch off power at the mains socket, wait for a short time and then earpiece is low Adjust the volume using the UP/DOWN button. EMC: EN 301489
switch back on. This may solve the problem. when I’m on a call” Safety: EN 60950, EN 41003
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