geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone FEATURE

geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone

geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone PRODUCTCAUTION:
this telephone is specifically designed for the people with hearing difficulties and is provided with a handset earpiece volume control for individual requirements. Due care must be taken by all users that the handset earpiece volume control is set to the lowest level acceptable by each respective user. Care should therefore be exercised to ensure that any naive users are familiar with this requirement.
Normal operating temperature for the product (e.g. 0oC ~ 40oC).
Description
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1. 3 emergency numbers 10. Flashing incoming ring indicator
2. Reception tone adjustment 11. Mute
3. Clip for wall mounting 12. Handsfree/Headset Key()
4. Speaker volume adjustment 13. Direct memories
5. Reception volume adjustment 14. Ring alarm setting
6. Handset cord socket 15. Ring Hi / Low / OFF Switch
7. Last number redial 16. Extra volume and tone adjustment
8. Time break recall 17. Red light of tone / volume activation
9. Memory storing

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18. Line socket 24. Memo card
19. Adaptator socket (AmpliPOWER40: DC9V) (AmpliPOWER50: DC12V) 25. Dialling mode Pulse/Tone
20. Volume and tone adjustment ON/OFF switch 26. Time break recall
21. Hotel switch message 27. Battery compartment
22. Shaker socket 28. Handset cord
23. Headset socket 29. Holes for wall mounting

Setting up

Connecting the telephone

  • Connect the handset cord (1).
  • Unclip the battery door with a screw driver in the hole. Insert 4 x AAA alkaline batteries (not included) (2). In case of power failure, batteries are required for the ring.
  • Snap the battery door back in place.
  •  Connect the line cord (*) (3).
  •  Connect the shaker cord (optional).
  •  Connect the headset cord (optional).
  •  Connect the PTT plug to the wall socket (*) (3)
  •  Connect the adaptor cord to the telephone (4).
  •  Connect the adaptor to you wall socket (**)(4).
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  • (*) Classified TNV-3 according to EN62368-1 standard.
  • (**) Classified “hazardous voltage” according to EN62368-1 standard.

 Alarm and ringer volume setting

  • A 3 position switch located on the right side of the phone allows the settings below:
  • 0 : Only the ringer is activated.
  • Ringer and shaker are activated.
  •  Ringer and flash LED are activated.

Ringer settings
A switch located on right side allows the ringer to be switched HI, LOW, OFF :

  • : Off, : Low, : Hi.

Your phone comes with the ringer switched to «High» and the melody set to «6».

Low Mid High
Melody 1 1 2 3
Melody 2 4 5 6 (by default)
Melody 3 7 8 9

If you don’t like the ringer melody, you can choose a new one by changing the settings as follow:

  • Lift the handset.
  •  Press utton.
  • Press # button.
  •  Press any button 1 to 9.

Ringer will be activated on next call.
Tone/Pulse switch (T/P)
The Tone/Pulse switch is factory pre-set to Tone position. In the UK, all telephone exchanges now use Tone (T) dialing. If your phone does not dial out, it is probably being used from an older private switch board (PBX). In this case, the Tone/Pulse switch must be changed to Pulse (P).
geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone 04Time Break Recall setting (300/100)
For the UK, the TBR switch is factory pre-set to 100ms. It can be switched to 300ms for other locations or PBX’s.
geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone 04Hotel message waiting switch
These are used with the new services provided on hotel network. A switch located behind your phone allows to set ON the hotel message waiting function. When the switch is setting ON and when you receive a message, the red light is lit to inform you that you have a message on the phone.
 Wall mounting
Drill 2 holes in the wall (80 mm apart).
Insert the wall plugs and the screws leaving about 6 mm of the screws projecting from the wall. Slide the telephone downwards to secure.
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Using the phone

If you are using this telephone with a hearing aid, set your hearing aid to the “T” setting.
 Answering incoming call
Without headset :

  • When an incoming call is received the phone will ring and flash, to answer the call lift the handset and speak.
  • On completion of the call, carefully replace the handset in the cradle to release the line.

With headset (option) :

  • When an incoming call is received and if you wish to answer the call with the headset, press button and speak.
  • On completion of the call, press button again to release the line.

In handsfree mode :

  • When an incoming call is received the phone will ring, to answer the call press button.
  • On completion of the call, press the button to release the line.

 Receiving volume and tone adjustment
You can increase the volume and adjust the receiving tone according to your own hearing requirements. The button +40dB allows extra receiving and tone functions to be activated or not during the conversation. When the function is activated, the red light of extra receiving and tone function located near the button is lit. Adjust the TONE and VOLUME buttons to move the level to your own hearing requirements.
geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone 07Note :

  • When the switch located behind the phone is ON, the extra -receiving and tone functions are automatically activated each time you use the phone. When the is switched OFF, you will need to activate the function by pressing the button
    +40dB (or +60dB for the AmpliPOWER50).
  •  Tone and volume adjustment (20dB  40dB for the AmpliPOWER40 and 30dB  60dB for the AmpliPOWER50) is only activated when the button is set to ON.
  •  When this button is set to OFF only the volume can be adjusted from 0dB to 20dB (0dB  30dB for the AmpliPOWER50)

Making a call
Without headset :

  •  Lift the handset.
  • Await the dial tone and dial required number
  •  On completion of the call, carefully replace the handset in the cradle.

With headset (option) :

  • Press the button.
  •  Await the dial tone and dial required number.
  •  On completion of the call, press the button again to clear the line.

In handsfree mode :

  •  Press the button.
  • Await the dial tone and dial required number.
  • On completion of the call, press the button to release the line.
  • If your correspondent doesn’t answer your call, press the button again to release the line.

Note :

  •  To deactivate the handsfree function during a call, lift the handset. To activate the handsfree function during a call, press the button and place the handset on the
    cradle.
  •  During a call in handsfree, you can adjust the speaker volume  to a desirable level. Simply use the slide control VOLUME located on the left of the unit.

 Last number redial

  •  Lift the handset.
  •  Await the dial tone and press button.
  • The previously dialled number will be automatically redialled (not in use for memory numbers).

 Recall (R), * & # buttons
These are used with the new services provided on digital exchanges. For details please contact your network operator.
Mute button
If you wish to speak privately to someone else in the room without your caller overhearing, press and hold the button. You will still be able to hear the callers but they cannot hear you during the mute operation. To resume normal conversation, release the button.
 Storing telephone numbers
Your telephone can store12 direct memories including 3 priority numbers (21 digits maximum for each memory). For example, the 3 priority P1, P2, P3 memories allow you to store the 3 numbers below: geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone 10To store a number please follow instructions below:

  • Lift the handset.
  •  Press button.
  •  Press M1, M2, …, or M9 or one of 3 priorities numbers to store your number.
  • Dial the number.
  •  Press button again.

Numbers will be lost after a few hours if you disconnect your phone. Entering a new number in memory will automatically erase the previous number.
 Dialing stored numbers
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  •  Lift the handset and await the dial tone.
  •  Press appropriate button M1, M2, …, or M9 or one of 3 priority memories, the stored number will be dialled automatically.

To register your stored phones numbers, use the index located under the base.

 Direct vibe handset (optional)
If you have conductive hearing loss you can use a Direct Vibe Handset, try placing the Direct Vibe handset on your telephone, in front and slightly below your ear or behind your ear to see which position works best for you. If you require a Direct Vibe Handset ref: CLA4 you may purchase it from your retailer or audiologist. In case of difficulty please visit our website www.geemarc.com To set up the Direct Vibe handset, disconnect the standard handset from the curly cord, then replace it with the Direct Vibe handset.
Shaker (optional)
If you wish to compliment your phone by using a SHAKER ref:
CLA2 connect the shaker plug in the socket located over the back edge of the telephone. When an incoming call is received, the shaker will be activated when the phone rings.
Note :
This option must be set in the ALARM AND RINGER OPTIONS item (page 5) to be activated. To purchase a SHAKER see item 1 above.
Headset with microphone (optional)
If you wish to answer or make calls by using a Geemarc headset ref: CLA3, connect the headset plug in the headset socket located over the back edge of the telephone.
Note:
When using a headset, the speaker will be activated and it’s recommended to adjust the speaker to the low position.
General informations
Recycling directives:
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) has been put in place for the products in end of life are recycled in the best way. When this product is out of order, please do not put it in your domestic waste bin.
Please use one of the following disposal options :

  • Remove the batteries and deposit them in an appropriate WEEE skip.
    Deposit the product in a appropriate WEEE skip.
  • Or hand the old product to the retailer. If you purchase a new one, they should accept it.

Thus if you respect these instructions you ensure human health and environmental protection.
Guarantee:
From the moment your Geemarc AmpliPOWER40/50 is purchased, Geemarc guarantee it for the period of two years. During this time, all repairs or replacements (at our option) are free of charge. Should you experience a problem then contact our helpline or visit our website at www.geemarc.com. The guarantee does not cover accidents, negligence or breakages to any parts. The product must not be tampered with or taken apart by anyone who is not an authorised Geemarc representative. The Geemarc guarantee in no way limits your legal rights.
Important:
YOUR RECEIPT IS PART OF YOUR GUARANTEE AND MUST BE RETAINED AND PRODUCED IN THE EVENT OF A WARRANTY CLAIM.
Telephone connection: Voltages present on the telecommunication network are classified TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network Voltage) according to the EN62368-1 standard.
The telephone does not operate if the line current is lower than 18mA.
Declaration :
Hereby Geemarc Telecom SA declares that this AmpliPOWER40/50 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 2014/30/EU and in particular article 3 section 1a, 1b and section 2. The declaration of conformity may be consulted at www.geemarc.com
Statement for Battery:
 Caution:
Risk of explosion if battery is an incorrect type; Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.

  •  The applied nameplate is located at the bottom the product.
  •  The mounting height of the equipment should be less than 2 meters.
  •  Avoid using battery in following conditions:
  • High or low extreme temperatures that a battery can be subjected to during use, storage or transportation;
  • Low air pressure at high altitude;
  • Replacement of a battery with an incorrect type that can defeat  a safeguard;
  • Disposal of a battery into fire or a hot oven, or mechanically crushing or cutting of a battery that can result in an explosion;
  • Leaving a battery in an extremely high temperature surrounding environment that can result in an explosion or the leakage of flammable liquid or gas;
  • Extremely low air pressure that can result in an explosion or the leakage of flammable liquid or gas.
  •  For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet (power adaptor) shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
  •  Use only power adaptor supplied with the product.

For servicing or replacement, you can purchase a suitable headset through service center or retailer shop.

Documents / Resources

geemarc AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone [pdf] User Manual
AmpliPOWER 40, Multifunction Telephone, AmpliPOWER 40 Multifunction Telephone, Telephone, AmpliPOWER 50

References

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