Alcatel E192

Alcatel E192 manual

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  • USER'S GUIDE
    GUÍA DE USUARIO
    ENGLISH
    Before 1st use
    Connecting your phone:
    - Connect plugs in corresponding sockets in the base station.
    Plug the telephone line into telephone socket and insert power
    plug in an electrical outlet.
    - Insert batteries in handset.
    Before you start to use your telephone, charge the AAA batteries
    continuously for 15 hours.
    Only use plug adapter supplied with the unit and
    rechargeable batteries with your phone.
    What the icons means?
    Phone Function Keys
    1 OK key
    2 Back / Clear key
    3 Navigation key
    4 Talk key - (Handsfree E192 only)
    5 Hang-up / Exit key
    6 Recall (Flash) key - Access to operator service*
    7 Menu key
    8 Redial Key
    9 Start key
    10 Hash key - To lock or unlock / to toggle between the external and
    internal calls when both are set up.
    11 Mute key
    12 Call transfer/Intercom key
    Fast blink indicates battery low.
    .
    Indicates that an external call is connected or held.
    Icon blinks when receiving an incoming call.
    Indicates you have a new voice mail message*.
    Indicates you have new missed calls*, or the call log is being
    viewed.
    Displays when the phonebook is accessed.
    Displays when the alarm clock is activated.
    Displays when handsfree is activated (E192 only).
    Displays when ringer volume is turned off.
    Indicates that the handset is registered and within range of the
    base station.
    Icon blinks when the handset is out of range or is searching for a
    base.
    Displays menu mode to confirm your selection.
    Indicates that more options are available.
    Use the UP / DOWN keys to scroll up / down.
    Displays menu mode.
    Select BACK to return to the previous menu level.
    Your Telephone Operations
    Switching on / off
    - Press and hold the key.
    Notes: When the handset is OFF, it cannot be used for making calls
    including emergency calls. There will be no ringing during an
    incoming call.
    To answer a call, you will need to switch it back on. It may take
    some time for the handset to re-establish a radio link with the base
    unit.
    To lock / unlock the keypad
    - Press and hold the   key.
    Note: Incoming calls can still be answered even if the keypad was
    locked.
    SAFETY
    This telephone is not designed for Emergency calls when the main
    power fails.
    Do not use your telephone to notify a gas leak or other potential
    explosion hazard!
    Do not open your device or its power supply to avoid risk of
    electrical shock. Do not attempt to open the batteries, as they
    contain hazardous chemical substances.
    Your telephone must be located in a dry place away from hot,
    humide and direct sunlight condition. To avoid radio signal
    interference, place the phone at least 1 meter away from other
    electrical appliances or other phones.
    ENVIRONMENT
    This symbol means that your inoperative electronic
    appliance must be collected separately and not mixed
    with the household waste.
    Help us protect the environment in which we live!
    Paging
    -
    Press located at the back of the base station. All the registered
    handsets start to ring.
    - Once retrieved, press any key on the handset or the again to
    end the paging.
    Call waiting
    If you have subscribed to Call Waiting service, the earpiece will emit
    a beep tone to inform you that there is a second incoming call.
    The number or name of the second caller will also be displayed on
    your phone if you have subscribed to Caller Line Identification
    service (CLI). Please contact your network provider for more
    information on this service.
    Phonebook settings: 50 entries
    Store a contact in the phonebook
    - / or to select PHONEBOOK / / to enter NEW
    ENTRY / enter the name of contact / / enter the number of
    contact / / confirmation beep ( to delete characters).
    Access phonebook
    -
    or to select PHONEBOOK / / or to select LIST
    / .
    Note: Instead of pressing or to browse the phonebook
    entries, you can press the numeric key corresponding to the first
    letter of the entry you wish to locate.
    Modify a phonebook entry
    - / or to select PHONEBOOK / / or to select EDIT
    ENTRY / / or to select an entry to edit / / current name
    is displayed / edit the name / / edit the number / / confirmation
    beep.
    Delete a phonebook entry
    -
    / or to select PHONEBOOK / / or to select
    DELETE / / or to select entry to delete / / /
    confirmation beep.
    Change the display language
    - / or to select AJUSTES PERS / / or to select
    IDIOMA / / or to your desired language / /
    beep.
    confirmation
    Note: Once the display language is set, the option menus on the
    handset will switch to display in the selected language immediately.
    Add / edit direct access memory
    - /
    or to select PHONEBOOK / / or to select
    DIRECT MEM. / / or to select KEY 1 or KEY 2 / / stored
    name displayed, or NO NUMBER displayed if it is empty / to
    Using the call log: stored up to 10 external calls
    Access call log
    - /
    or / .
    Save call list entry into the phonebook
    -
    / or to select an entry / / or to select SAVE
    NUMBER / to select and enter the name of contact (maximum
    12 characters) / .
    Delete a Call Log entry
    -
    / or / / or to select DELETE / / /
    confirmation beep.
    Delete all entries in the Call Log
    -
    / / or to select DELETE ALL / / / confirmation
    beep.
    Save a redial number into the phonebook
    - 
    / or to select an entry / to display SAVE NUMBER
    / to display ENTER NAME / enter the name of contact
    (maximum 12 characters) / / return the display to redial list.
    Delete direct access memory
    -
    / or to select PHONEBOOK / / or to select
    DIRECT MEM. / / or to select KEY 1 or KEY 2 / / stored
    name displayed (or NO NUMBER if it is empty) / to enter direct
    memory menu / or to select DELETE / / / confirmation
    beep.
    Using the redial list
    The redial list stores the last 5 numbers dialed.
    Access redial list
    -
    / or to browse the redial list / to view details.
    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:
    Everyday use
    “I cannot make or
    answer calls”
    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.
    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.
    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...
    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 press on
    the keys, nothing
    happens”
    “When I key in a
    number, it appears
    on the display, but I
    cannot make an
    outside call”
    “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”
    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.
    “I cannot make a
    call”
    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.
    - On the base station, press and hold the key for 5 seconds
    - On the handset, press / or to select ADVANCE SET
    / / or to select REGISTRATION / / enter Master PIN
    when prompted / / WAITING displayed / confirmation beep.
    Unregister your handset
    -
    / or to select ADVANCE SET / / or to select
    UNREGISTER / / enter Master PIN when prompted / /
    or to select the handset number to unregister / /
    confirmation beep.
    Change recall time
    -
    / or to select ADVANCE SET / / or to select
    RECALL TIME / / or to select SHORT, MEDIUM or
    LONG / / confirmation beep.
    Change the dial mode (dual mode dialing version only)
    You should normally leave the dialling mode at its default setting of
    TONE (also called MF or DTMF).
    However, you can change to PULSE if necessary.
    Note: If PULSE dialling is set, you can press to switch to TONE
    dialling for the rest of that call.
    - / or to select ADVANCED SET / / or to select
    DIAL MODE / / or to select TONE or PULSE / /
    confirmation beep.
    Reset unit
    -
    / or to select ADVANCE SET / / or to select
    RESET / / / confirmation beep.
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    ATLINKS Europe, 147 avenue Paul Doumer 92500 RUEIL-MALMAISON – France
    © ATLINKS 2016 - 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 and ATLINKS are registered trademarks.
    The Alcatel logo and Alcatel name are trademarks of
    Alcatel-Lucent and used under license by ATLINKS.
    E132 / E132 Duo / Trio
    E192 / E192 Duo / Trio
    A/W No. : 10001557 Rev.0 (LA-EN)
    Made in China
    Delete all entries from the phonebook list
    -
    / or to select PHONEBOOK / / or to select
    DELETE ALL / / / confirmation beep.
    Set date format
    -
    / or to select CLOCK&ALARM / / or to select
    SET FORMAT / / or to select DATE FORMAT / /
    current setting display / or to select DD/MM or MM/DD / /
    confirmation beep.
    Set alarm
    -
    / or to select CLOCK&ALARM / / or to select
    ALARM / / or to select OFF, ON ONCE or ON DAILY / .
    - if select ON ONCE or ON DAILY, enter time (HH-MM) for alarm
    / or to select AM or PM if in 12 HOURS format / /
    confirmation beep.
    Set alarm tone
    -
    / or to select CLOCK&ALARM / / or to select
    ALARM TONE / / or to select MELODY 1, MELODY 2 or
    MELODY 3 / / confirmation beep.
    Register your handset
    IMPORTANT: Handset registration is only necessary when you buy
    extra handsets or if a handset has become faulty.
    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.
    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.
    Note: If you forget your PIN code, you can reset it to its default 0000
    using a handset Reset.
    - / or to select ADVANCED SET / / or to select
    CHANGE PIN / / enter current master pin when prompted / /
    enter new PIN / / confirmation beep.
    Handset Tone
    Set the ring volume
    There are 5 ringer volume options (OFF, LEVEL 1, LEVEL 2,
    LEVEL 3, LEVEL 4 and LEVEL 5). The default level is LEVEL 3.
    - / or to select PERSONAL SET / / or to select
    HANDSET TONE / to select RING VOLUME / / or to
    the desired volume level / / confirmation beep.
    Set the ring melody: 10 ring melodies
    -
    / or to select PERSONAL SET / / or to select
    HANDSET TONE / / or to select RING TONES / /
    or to the desired melody / / confirmation beep.
    Using the intercom (Duo / Trio versions)
    Intercom another handset
    - If only 2 registered handsets: .
    - If more than 2 registered handsets: the available handset number
    and * displayed / enter the handset number.
    - To ring all handsets to intercom: .
    Transfer an external call to another handset
    During the call:
    - If only 2 registered handsets: .
    - If more than 2 registered handsets: the available handset number
    and * displayed / enter the handset number.
    - To ring all handsets to intercom: .
    - on the called handset to answer the internal call / on the
    first handset transfer the external call to the called handset /
    external call tansferred.
    Note: If there is no answer from the called handset, press key
    to resume the external call.
    Answer an external call during intercom
    - / answer the external call and end the intercom.
    Note: To put the internal call on hold and answer the incoming
    external call, press key.
    Switch between an internal and external call
    - During the call, press and hold .
    Establish a three-party conference call
    - During call, / enter handset number / on the called handset
    to answer / long press on the first handset.
    CONFERENCE will be displayed on the screen once the
    conference call is established.
    The store where you bought your telephone can also provide you
    with information and after - sales support.
    Use handsfree (only for E192)
    - To activate / desactivate handsfree : .
    Adjust the earpiece volume
    During a call, press or to select from VOLUME 1 to VOLUME 5.
    Mute / unmute microphone
    - to turn on / off the microphone.
    Set time and date
    Note: If you subscribe to the Caller Display service, the time and
    date will be set automatically when you receive a call, but you may
    still need to set the correct year.
    - / or to select CLOCK & ALARM / / to select
    DATE / TIME to display the last stored date / enter the current
    (YY - MM - DD) / / enter the time (HH-MM) / .
    Change your handset’s name
    - / or to select PERSONAL SET / / or to select
    HANDSET NAME / to display the current handset name /
    to delete the characters / enter the new name (maximum 10
    characters) / / confirmation beep.
    Make and answer calls
    Make a call
    - either before or after dialing your number.
    - From redial list : / or / .
    - From call log list*: / or / .
    Note: You need to subscribe to Caller Line Identification service to
    be able to see the caller’s number or name in the call log.
    - From phonebook: / or / .
    - From direct memories : long press on KEY 1 or KEY 2 in idle mode.
    Answer and end a call
    - / .
    IMPORTANT NOTE: You can simply place the handset back on its
    base station or charger pod to end the call.
    Activate / deactivate key tone
    -
    / or to select PERSONAL SET / / or to select
    HANDSET TONE / / or to select KEY BEEP / / or
    to select ON or OFF / / confirmation beep.
    enter direct memory menu / or to select EDIT NUMBER / /
    currently stored name displayed (or ENTER NAME if there is no
    number stored) / edit or enter the name / / confirmation beep.
    Set date / time format
    Set time format
    -
    / or to select CLOCK&ALARM / / or to select
    SET FORMAT / / to enter TIME FORMAT / current setting
    displayed / or to select 12 HOURS or 24 HOURS / /
    confirmation beep.
    PLEASE READ THIS USER'S GUIDE BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE
    FAVOR DE LEER TODO EL MANUAL ANTES DE UTILIZAR SU TELÉFONO
    * Subject to subscription and availability of the service from the fixed line
    operator.
    2
    1
    4
    6
    9
    3
    12
    5
    8
    10
    11
    7
    E132 / E132 Duo / TRiO
    E192 / E192 Duo / TRiO
    A Displays Icons
    B Displays in menu mode to confirm
    your selection.
    C Indicates that more options are available.
    Use the UP / DOWN keys to scroll up/down.
    D Displays in menu mode.
    Select BACK to return to the previous menu
    level. Select BACK to delete the last digit/
    character entered.
    Call screening
    Call screening allows you to hear the caller while he is leaving
    a message.
    You can then decide if you want to talk to the caller directly.
    HANDSET LOCATOR button
    Press to page handsets.
    Press and hold to start registration
    procedure.
    Activate / deactivate auto hang-up
    -
    / or to select PERSONAL SET / / or to select
    AUTO HANG-UP / / or to select ON or OFF / /
    confiramtion beep.
    C
    D
    A
    B
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JOSEFINA, 2019-09-20 17:04:31 Sin comentarios

A PARECE LINEA EN USO Y NO SUENA CUANDO HACEN LLAMADA QUE PUEDO HACER

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Rossi lopez, 2020-08-23 21:02:11 Sin comentarios

Cómo le subo el volumen al timbre

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María Janette , 2020-04-09 00:04:26 2 comentarios

A mi teléfono le aparece reg teléfono

Marta , 2020-05-28 23:02:05

Sale aviso que dice Buscando

Maricruz Morales, 2020-07-01 22:15:25

Mi teléfono Alcatel E192 no se escucha el timbre

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julian del rosario, 2019-11-16 15:37:48 1 comentario

se queda buscando senal

alfredo, 2020-02-16 23:06:11

se queda buscando senal

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Rubiel, 2019-07-18 03:09:46 1 comentario

No puedo hacer llamadas ni contestar que puedo hacer

Hugo Calderon, 2020-10-16 01:37:57

El teléfono no tiene tono no puedo hacer llamadas

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Javier Castro, 2019-07-15 00:37:04 Sin comentarios

Buenas noches, quisiera saber si mantener el teléfono en la base, tiene algún problema o inconsistencia, en la baterías o sobre carga, gracias

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Luis Tejada , 2019-07-06 21:43:53 Sin comentarios

Se quedó pegado en registro de agenda y no le permite usarlo

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monica patarrroyo, 2019-03-20 17:51:13 Sin comentarios

porque me aparece linea en uso

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Gloria Hernández, 2019-01-16 00:34:55 Sin comentarios

Por favor quiero q me informen q debo hacer con el teléfono porq yo hago una llamada y al otro lado q yo llamo me escuchan pero yo no escucho del otro lado q solución abría

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carlos olivas, 2018-10-09 23:28:31 1 comentario

solo aparece "reg telefono" y no permite usarlo

Luis diaz, 2020-04-13 20:30:26

Asi quedo el mio

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Especificaciones de Alcatel E192

General
Marca Alcatel
Modelo E192
Producto Teléfono celular
Idioma Español, Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF
Aprobaciones reguladoras
Certificación CE
Desempeño
Tipo Teléfo✗ DECT
Contestador automático
Tipo de auricular Terminal inalámbrico
Intercomunicador
Modo silencioso
Número de niveles del ajuste de volumen 5
Número de niveles de volumen del auricular 5
Número de melodías 10
Rango máximo en interiores 50m
Rango máximo en exteriores 300m
Diseño
Color del producto Blue, White
Tipo de montaje Escritorio
Teléfono Ancianos
Bloqueo del teclado
Características del teléfono
Altavoz
Capacidad de lista de direcciones 50entradas
Micrófono mudo
Función de paginación
Gestión de llamadas
Identificador de llamadas
Registro de llamadas 10
Transferencia de llamada explícita
Características de administración
Alarma
Control de volumen Digital
Otras características
Alerta automática para fuera de alcance
Indicación
Indicación de batería baja
Exhibición
Pantalla incorporada
Número de colores de la pantalla Mo✗cromo
Peso y dimensiones
Dimensiones de auriculares (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura) 46 x 25 x 151mm
Dimensiones de base 90 x 47 x 85mm
Puertos e Interfaces
Conector de RJ-11
Control de energía
Tipo de batería AAA
Tiempo de conversación 7h
Tiempo de reposo 100h
Tecnología de batería Níquel-metal hidruro (NiMH)
Numero de baterías soportadas 2
Capacidad de batería 300mAh
Contenido del embalaje
Estación base
Número de teléfonos móviles incluidos 1

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