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1. Introduction ……………………………………6

    1. Control buttons………………………….6

1.2 Turning Your Pager On…………………..11

1.3 Turning Your Pager Off…………………..13

2. Getting Started …………………………………13

2.1 Using the Function Menu……………..…13

2.2 Message-Status Screen……………………15

2.3 Receiving/Reading Personal Messages….16

2.3.1 Reading an Incoming Message………17

2.3.2 Reading a Stored Message…..………18

2.3.3 Message Reading Features….….……18

2.3.4 Message Preview…………………….19

2.4 Display Zoom……………………………….19

2.5 Setting The Time and Date…………………...20

2.6 Setting Message Alert…………………………22

2.7. Locking/Unlocking Message…………………24

2.8 Deleting Message………………………………26

2.8.1 Delete a Single Message………………...26

2.8.2 Delete all Unlock, Un-alarmed and Read Messages………………………………….26

2.9 Pager Alarm……………………………………27

2.9.1 Set a One-Time Alarm……………………28

2.9.2 Set the Alarm to Alert Daily………………30

2.10 Message Alarm……………………………….32

2.10.1 Set a One-Time message Alarm………….33

2.10.2 Set Daily Message Alarm………………...36

2.11. Private Time…………………………………36

2.11.1 Set Private Time………………………37

2.11.2 Disable Private Time………………….39 

2.12 Stopwatch…………………………………39

3. Notebook…………………………………………41

3.1 Storing Personal in Your Notebooks……..42

3.2 Message Storage……………………………42

4. Duplicate Message……………………………….43

5. Backlight…………………………………………45

6. Low Battery Indication…………………………45





  1. Introduction

1.1 Control Buttons

▲ / ▼ Up/Down Directional Buttons

Used to navigate through the Function menu and through you messages

  • Function/Select Buttons

Used to display the Function menu, to select a pager function, and to activate your selection, and turn on your pager.

Read/Escape Button

Read messages and Exit setting pager and confirm it.

Pager Symbol

Choose Alert

Set Time and Alarm

Private Time Enabled

■ Private Time Disable

ON time was to Start, OFF time was Exit of time

Set display Zoom 1

Set display Zoom 2

Set display Zoom 3

Audio alert

Alert mode

Turn Pager Off

Delete Message

Delete All Messages

Lock Message

Alarm

Notebook

Stop watch

Other Symbols



In range

Silent Alert

Vibration alert

 Message icon

Add to Notebook

24hr 24 Hour Time

AM AM Time

PM PM Time

Enable Alarm

  • Disable Alarm


Low battery Indicator

¼ Battery Indicator

½ Battery Indicator

¾ Battery Indicator

Full Battery Indicator

1.2 Turning Your Pager On


Press over 3 second, the pager is on and a start-up screen is momentarily displayed, then your pager activates the currently selected alert.

Note: Press any button to stop the alert.

When the pager is on and no activity is taking place, the Standby screen is displayed. The Standby screen displays as below.

That includes: welcome words (pager), Private message icon, Group message icon, notebook message icon, time and date, the battery-indicator and may display other pager status indicators.
1.3 Turning Your Pager Off

    1. Press to display the Function menu.

    2. Press ▲ to move the cursor to ().

    3. Press TURN PAGER OFF? is displayed.

    4. Press again to turn the pager off.

Your pager is now off and the screen is blank.

2. Getting Started

2.1 Using the Function Menu

The Function menu provides access to the many features of your pager through the use of symbols and prompts.

  1. Press to display the Function menu. When the Function menu is initially displayed

flashes to indicate the location of the cursor.



Example of Fully Displayed Function Menu

  1. Press ▲, ▼to move the cursor within the Function menu. As you move through the Function menu, the pager function symbols flash to indicate the present location of the cursor. To exit from the Function menu without making any changes press .

Note: Some symbols may not display on your pager, depending upon your pager’s features and whether it has messages.
2.2 Message-Status Screen

From the standby menu, move shade to any of the three directories, The Message-status screen shows the current status of your messages. For example, unread messages are indicated by a flashing  symbol, locked messages are indicated by .

The Messages-status screen also displays the time and date and any activated pager settings. The message-status screen can be accessed by pressing ▲ , ▼ from the standby screen.



Example of the Message-Status Screen

    1. Receiving/Reading Personal Messages

Your pager can receive up to 19 personal messages. When a message is received, your pager alerts according to the current alert setting (audible, vibrate, audible add vibrate, no alert). Same time, message displayed on the screen. When you want to read the message saved, standby menu shows the message items number and with flashed unread items number. When you entered, a new message is indicated by a flashing  symbol. When a message is selected the symbol changes to .


      1. Reading an Incoming Message

  1. Press any button to stop the alert.

  2. Press to display your message.

A flashing in the right corner of the screen indicates the message is continued on an additional screen (s).

  1. Press to exit.




      1. Reading a Stored Message

  1. From the Message-status screen press▲ , ▼to move the cursor to the message you want to read.

  2. Press to read the message.




      1. Message Reading Features

Press▲ , ▼ while reading a message to read the previous or next message.

Note: When and unread message exists, your pager gives a periodic reminder alert until all unread messages are read.

2.3.4 Message Preview

This feature allows you to scan the first line of your messages. Enter one directory.

  1. Press .

  2. Use the ▲, ▼buttons to move the cursor through your messages.

Note: Previewing an unread message does not remove the unread message status from the message.


    1. Display Zoom

When this feature is enabled, the standard 4-line display is converted to a 2-line display. The characters are enlarged vertically. Increasing message readability.

  1. From the Function menu, press ▲ to move the cursor to (zoom 2) or (zoom 1)

  2. Press , Display zoom is now active.

All new and stored messages including notebook messages are displayed by setting format.

2.5 Setting the Time and Date


  1. From the Function menu, press ▲ to move the cursor to .

  2. Press to display the Set-time-and-alarm screen.

  3. Press ▼ to move the cursor to the hour digit.

  4. Press adjust the hour.

  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the minutes, AM/PM/24 Hr., month, day and year.

  6. Press to activate the time and date setting.



Example of Set-Time Screen

If you move the cursor past the last symbol in the now (far right), it automatically wraps around to the first symbol in the beginning of the same row (far left).

Note: To exit from any screen without making changes, press .

2.6 Setting Message Alert


You can set your pager to alert with 4 modes, move cursor to alert mode location and selected, there are Audible, vibrate, audible and vibrate, silent 4 modes can be choice. Press ▲ , ▼ to move the cursor to the desired alert mode. The pager gives a sample of each alert mode as you move through the selections. When you confirmed one of the modes, the standby menu will display the according symbol.

When audible or audible and vibrate mode be selected. There would a music item be added to the function menu.

  1. From the Function menu, press ▲ to move the cursor to .

  2. Press to display the choose alert menu.

  3. Press ▲ , ▼to move the cursor to the desired alert. The pager gives a sample of each alert as you move through the selections.

  4. Press to activate your selection. The pager gives a sample of the alert to confirm your selection.



Example of Alert Mode Screen

2.7 Locking/Unlocking Messages


Up to 16 messages can be locked to prevent them from being deleted or from being replaced when memory is full.

When a message is locked, the  symbol is replaced by the symbol indicating the message is locked.

Lock or Unlock a Message


  1. From the Message-status screen, press ▲ , ▼ to select the message you want to lock or unlock.

  2. Press .

  3. Press ▲ to move the cursor to to lock the message, or to unlock the message.

  4. Press .

To lock or unlock a message while reading it, follow steps 2 through 4 above while the message is displayed.

2.8 Deleting Message


This feature allows you to delete unlocked and un-alarmed messages.

2.8.1 Delete a Single Message


  1. From the Message-status screen, Press ▲ , ▼ to select the message you want to delete.

  2. Press .

  3. Press ▼ to move the cursor to .

  4. Press DELETE MESSAGE? is displayed..

  5. Press again to delete the message.



2.8.2 Delete All Unlocked, Un-alarmed and Read Messages


  1. From the Function menu, Press ▼ to move the cursor to .

  2. Press , DELETE ALL MESSAGES? is displayed.

  3. Press . All unlocked, un-alarmed and read message are deleted.

Note: Notebook messages are not deleted with this feature.

2.9 Pager Alarm


Your pager has an alarm that can be set for a specific time and date, or a specific time on a daily basis.

At the selected alarm time, your pager alerts.



Example of Set-Alarm working screen

2.9.1 Set a One-Time Alarm


(1) From the Function menu, press ▲ to move the cursor to .

(2) Press . The Set-time screen is displayed.

(3) Press . The Set-alarm screen is displayed.



Example of Set-Alarm screen for a Specific Time and Date
The alarm symbol shows the current alarm status. is displayed if the alarm is enabled, is displayed if the alarm is disabled.

  1. Press ▼ to move the cursor to the alarm symbol.

  2. Press until is displayed.

  3. Press ▼ to move the cursor to the hour digits.

  4. Press adjust the hour digits.

  5. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to adjust the minutes, AM/PM/24 hr., and date.

  6. Press to activate your selection. The symbol is displayed on the Standby screen.

2.9.2 Set the Alarm to Alert Daily


  1. Follow steps 1 through 8 in “To Set a One-Time Alarm” to set the alarm time.

  2. When setting the date in step 8, press until you see double dashes for the month, day, and year (--/--/--).



Example of Set-Alarm Screen for a Daily Alert

(3) Press to activate your selection. The alarm is now set to alarm every day at the specified time and is displayed on the Standby screen.

2.10 Message Alarm


This feature allows you to set a one-time or daily alarm for a selected personal message. You can set an alarm for up to five personal messages. When a message alarm is set, replaces  in the Message-status screen.



Example of message-Alarm working screen 

2.10.1 Set a One-time Message Alarm


  1. From the Message-status screen, press ▲ , ▼ to select the message you want to alarm.

  2. Press .

  3. Press ▼ to move the cursor to .

  4. Press . The Set-message-alarm screen is displayed.



Example of Set-Message-Alarm Screen

The alarm symbol shows the current alarm status. is displayed if the message alarm is enabled, is displayed if the message alarm is disabled.

(5) Press until is displayed.

(6) Press ▼ to move the cursor to the hour digits.

  1. Press to adjust the hour digits.

  2. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to adjust the minutes, AM/PM/24 Hr., and date.

  3. Press to activate your selection.

You can also set a message alarm while reading the message by following steps 2 through 9 above.

2.10.2 Set Daily Message Alarm


  1. Follow steps 1 through 8 to set the message alarm time.

  2. When setting the date in step 8, press until you see double dashes for the month, day and year (--/--/--).

  3. Press to activate your selection. The alarm is now set to alert every day at this specified time.



2.11 Private Time


You can select a time period during which your pager is completely silent. Your pager still receives messages but is does not alert. The pager alerts only if an alarm expires or a priority message is received.

2.11.1 Set Private Time

  1. From the Function menu, press ▲ to move the cursor to .

(2) Press .
When the Private-time screen is first displayed, the cursor is at the flashing symbol on the far left, indicates private time is enabled,  indicates private time is disabled.



Example of Set Private-Time Screen

(3) Press and release until is displayed.

  1. Press ▼ to move the cursor to the hour digit.

  2. Press to adjust the hour digit.

  3. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust the on and off time setting.

  4. Press to activate you selection.

The symbol is displayed in the Standby screen when private time is enabled.

Note: If the on time is equal to the off time, private time is not enabled.

2.11.2 Disable Private Time

  1. Press .

  2. Press ▲ to move the cursor to .

  3. Press .

  4. Press and release until  is displayed.

  5. Press to disable private time.

2.12 Stopwatch function

From the Function menu, press ▼ to move the cursor to , Press to activate stopwatch function.



 start counting, again to stop counting. ▲ or ▼ to reset , to quit.

3. Notebook


Your pager has a personal notebook for storing personal messages, From standby menu move shade to Notebook directory, press to enter. .



Example of Notebook

3.1 Storing Personal in Your Notebooks


  1. From the Message-status screen, press ▲ , ▼to move the cursor to the personal message you want to move into the notebook.

  2. Press .

  3. Press ▼ to move the cursor to .

  4. Press . The message is now in the notebook.

3.2 Message Storage


Your pager cart store up to 19 personal messages in memory.

Note: Stored message difler from locked messages. They can be deleted or overwritten when memory is full and a new message comes in .

4. Duplicate Message

If the same message is received more than once. DUPLICATE MESSAGE is displayed at the beginning of the new message. The new duplicate message replaces the older duplicate message and contains the latest time and date stamp.



Example of Duplicate Message

5. Backlight

You can manually turn the backlight on or off at any time by pressing and holding any key over two seconds. The backlight automatically turns off when the pager returns to the standby screen or holding any key over two seconds.
6. Low Battery Indication

When the energy level of the battery is low, the battery icon will change from to .





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