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Operating Manual ascom Eurit 20 Operating and Display Elements 1 2 3 11 xscom 5 P 10 9 6 8 7 Operating and Display Elements 1 The display Your telephone is equipped with a character display 2 Foxkey multi-function bar key Press the Foxkey briefly to switch to function mode Press the Foxkey for 3 seconds to switch acom programming mode 3 Memory key Scrolls the list of callers, stores programmed procedures, speed-dialling 4 Emergency switch Beneath the label 5 Inscription field 6 Dial pad For dialling telephone numbers the letters have no function!

Switches the set back to default mode 8 Parking key Parks or retrieves a furit 9 Loudspeaker key Switches the loudspeaker on and off for listening by loudspeaker and hands-free calling, sets volume in handset 10 Last number redial Allows the last 9 dialled numbers to be retrieved 11 Quick-reference guide 1 ascom Eurit 20 By purchasing an ascom Eurit 20 you have chosen a Swiss eutit product.

Thank you for putting your trust in us. Please read this operating manual carefully to become fully acquainted with all the advantages of your new ascom Eurit Keep this manual in a safe place!

Important information on your ISDN connection The number of features depends on the type of connection you have ordered.

Contents Principles of Operation Example of activating a function: Handset on-hook Display in default mode, showing date and time Press the Foxkey The function mode is displayed Enter the desired function number e. Display symbols Loudspeaker key Ring-back Date Time Charge 3-way conference call Call forwarding 4 Making a call Incoming calls For incoming calls, the caller’s number is displayed even before you lift the handset. Long numbers can be scrolled by pressing the Foxkey followed by the memory key.

On-hook dialling Enter the number you wish to call, lift the handset or press the loudspeaker key once the connection has been established. Dialling a number from the speed-dial memory Press the memory key followed by the number under which the full telephone number is stored 0 to 9lift the handset or press the loudspeaker key.

See page 13 for instructions on how to programme your speed-dial memory. Dialling using the last number redial key Press the last number redial key, several times if necessary, to retrieve one of the last 9 dialled numbers, lift the handset or press the loudspeaker key. To delete numbers from the last number redial memory, press the last number redial key repeatedly until the number to be deleted is displayed.

Press the END key for 3 seconds to delete the number. Long telephone numbers can be scrolled by pressing the Foxkey. Dialling a number from the caller list The display indicates the number of unanswered calls maximum Press the memory key twice to show the number of the last caller. Press again to show the next stored number, and so on. Lift handset or press loudspeaker key. To delete numbers from the caller list, press the memory key until the number to be deleted is displayed.


Then press the END key for 3 seconds to delete the number. However, since there is no hands-free microphone, you can only talk through the handset. Press the loudspeaker key at any time during the call. If you wish to continue the call over the handset only, press the loudspeaker key again. During a call, you can increase the volume of the handset or the loudspeaker by doubleclicking on the loudspeaker key, and reset to normal volume by double-clicking again. Date and time The date and the time are supplied automatically from the ISDN and do not have to be set manually.

When the telephone is first connected, or after a power cut, the time display blinks.

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As soon as you make a call, the date and time are reset and the time display stops blinking. Any differences in the displayed time and the system time are corrected every time a call is made. For telephones connected to a PBX, it may be necessary to set the date and time manually see pages 12 and The functions are activated or deactivated by eurif the Foxkey followed by the corresponding number see also page 4, Example of activating a function.

Reject incoming calls The number of the calling party is displayed on your telephone. If you do not wish to answer an incoming call, you can reject it and store the number in the caller list.

Enquiry call, brokering, accepting a second call You can call another party enquiry call without having to terminate the first call, and switch between the two calls brokering. The display always shows the number of the active call. Press the END key to terminate the enquiry call.

Your Telecom will provide information on the introduction date for this service. Even after the call is transferred, it is charged to the original calling party.

The two calls remain active and you can switch between them brokering. You can only forward incoming calls if the corresponding destination number has been programmed see p. The function is deactivated and the call forwarding symbol asvom no longer displayed.

The exchange registers the numbers of the calling subscriber, together with the date and time of the call. Display for CLIR If the calling party has suppressed his number, no number is displayed display blank Your number is suppressed only for the call you euirt about to make.


Once the handset is replaced, CLIR is switched off. Automatic ring-back if busy Automatic ring-back must be available for your connection and the called line must have an ISDN connection.

You have dialled a number which is engaged, and want to call back as soon as the line is free. Ring-back signal on the display indicates that you can use the ring-back function. Lift the handset within 15 seconds to automatically make the connection. If you lift the handset without opting for automatic ring-back, the ring-back signal disappears and the display returns to default mode.

A ring-back remains active for around 40 minutes, after which it is automatically cancelled by the exchange. The programmed number is dialled immediately the handset is lifted and any key is pressed. The telephone is set for direct calling. The preprogrammed direct-call number is displayed even in default mode. During the call after around 8 seconds the display indicates the charge and duration of the active call, provided you are a subscriber to this service.


After around 8 seconds the charge is automatically indicated. The “Display charge during after a call” service must be requested separately depending on the type of connection.

Please note that for technical reasons the displayed call charges may differ from the amount invoiced by your telecoms company. The amount shown on your bill is binding. During the call, press the park key and replace the handset. The call is now parked. Lift the handset and press the park key again to retrieve the parked call. To retrieve the call, enter the parking ID again!

A call can be parked for a maximum of three minutes, after which time the connection ascm automatically cleared wscom the exchange. If you receive a call while programming, the programming procedure is automatically aborted. Programming mode Default display date and time Press the Foxkey or memory key for 3 seconds to switch to programming mode.

Enter the desired programming number e. The display switches to a prompt. In this example the prompt asks you to enter the direct-call number. Enter the desired direct-call number. Programming is stored by pressing the memory key. This completes programming and the telephone switches to default mode displaying date and time. If you receive a call during programming or lift the handset or press the loudspeaker key or press the END key, programming is aborted and the telephone returns to default mode.

If this happens you must restart acom. Setting the time Press the Foxkey for 3 seconds, followed by the numbers “1” and “4”. Enter the correct time. Press the memory key to store the corrected time.

Asscom the correct date. Press the memory key to store the corrected date. Programming the speed-dialling memory You can program up to 10 frequently used numbers in the speed-dialling memory.

Press the memory key for 3 seconds and enter the code one digit under which you wish to store the telephone number. The display prompts you to enter the full number.

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Enter the full number. Press the memory key to store the number. Use the Foxkey to delete a preprogrammed speed-dialling number digit by digit. If you press the END key for 3 seconds, you have the option of deleting the corresponding speed-dial memory.

Enter the direct-call number. Use the Foxkey to delete a preprogrammed direct-call number digit by digit. Enter the desired number. Press the memory key to store the MSN. If you wish your telephone to ring for all incoming calls, do not program any MSNs.

Use the Foxkey to delete a number digit by digit and then terminate the procedure using the memory key. Programming a destination number You can only program a destination number if MSN A has been programmed. The call forwarding symbol is displayed. Enter the destination number.

Press eeurit memory key to store the destination number. Use the Foxkey to delete a preprogrammed destination number digit by digit, and terminate the procedure using asdom memory key.