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For more information, please refer to the operating instructions for your base station. After a short while the LED stays on permanently indicating that registration is complete and that the unit is ready for operation. The Gigaset Repeater can be registered independently of the length of an audible registration tone or a display at the base station. In this case, repeat the procedure. Before registering the Gigaset Repeater once again e.
The Gigaset repeater enables you to switch on a verification tone. With the verification tone the customer is able to establish whether or not the handset is working in the extended area of the Gigaset Repeater. This tone is audible on the activated handset as long as the unit is connected to the Gigaset Repeater.
Carry out the procedure described below in order to switch the verification tone on and off:. Switch on again. If the LED on the unit is flashing slowly, switch it off again. The Gigaset Repeater is now ready to be registered again as described above. This is signalled by the LED which flashes intermittently once the power plug is reconnected. Before you start to register the units, install the Gigaset Repeater in close proximity to the base station and to a power supply point.
If a Gigaset Repeater is already in use, it must be switched on and positioned next to the base station before registration can commence. Once you have registered your Gigaset Repeater you can install it where you would like to extend the reception range of your handsets.
However, you must ensure that there is a power point at the place of installation and that the LED remains on constantly after the device has been switched on. If the LED flashes, the Gigaset Repeater is too far away from the base station or reception is being hindered by thick walls or metal objects for example e.
To help you find a suitable site for the Gigaset Repeater, use a portable handset to find a location that is still within range of the base. To operate a handset for the first time in the extended Gigaset Repeater area, switch off the handset within the new reception range of the Gigaset Repeater, but outside the reception range of the base station and then switch it back on again.
Support for Gigaset Repeater. Welcome to the support resource for your Gigaset Repeater. On this page you will find answers to frequently asked questions. Manuals as well as software and firmware are available for download. You will also find video tutorials , which will help you to get started.
Should your device have a defect, you can register your Gigaset Repeater for repair. Furthermore you will find accessories for your Gigaset Repeater.
If you're looking for products matching your Gigaset Repeater, have a look at our compatibility database. You can also find out how to register your Gigaset Repeater with other devices. You have questions regarding your Gigaset product?
Here you will find answers. Switch on the Gigaset Repeater connect the power plug. Switch on for 1 to 5 seconds and switch it off again. Switch on for 25 to 35 seconds and switch it off again. How can I check if the power supply is faulty? Special setting. Switch it on again. The verification tone is then activated. The verification tone is then deactivated.
What do I need to know about reregistering? Tips on siting. Installing Before you start to register the units, install the Gigaset Repeater in close proximity to the base station and to a power supply point.
What is the function of the LED display? There are two green LEDs on the centre front of the housing. Activate a verification tone. Activate a verification tone The Gigaset repeater enables you to switch on a verification tone. How is a Repeater registered to a Base? Get manuals or software updates for your Gigaset product.
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