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MAX™ IP Response Point™
CLEARONE PART NO. 800-158-380 (REVISION 1.0) October 2008
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MAX™ IP Response Point™
Unpack and setup
the lCd display
Using the phone
Make a Call
answer a Call
end a Call
turn the ringer On/Off
adjust ringer volume
dial an internal Call
Using Microsoft® Response Point™
adding a new phone
Appendix : A - Compliance
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MaX™ ip respOnse pOint™
UNPACk ANd SETUP
Unpacking information and setup instructions for your MaX ip response point product are found in the Quick start
guide and administrator’s guide.
press to answer an incoming call.
press to activate the phone and receive a dial-tone.
press again to disconnect an active call.
while on a second line, press this button to disconnect the call (for
example: when listening to voicemail or a getting a busy signal during
a 3-way call).
press to access the response point directory automated receptionist.
press once to dial the last number called.
press and hold for two seconds to enter program mode.
press once during a call to place the first line on hold and receive a
dial tone for a second line.
press again after the second call answers to connect a 3-way call.
places the active call on hold. if you are not on a 3-way call, press to
toggle between lines.
if pressed during a 3-way call, both lines are placed on hold. a
second press releases all the active line(s).
press once to delete the last digit entered.
press and hold to clear all digits.
press to exit program mode.
adjusts volume while on a call.
when not on a call, pressing these buttons will adjust ringer volume.
press once to mute the microphones during a call. press again to
if the phone is ringing, press once to mute the ringer for the inbound
the MaX ip™ response point™ is an audio conferencing solution for your response point system. Unpack, plug-in
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and set up your phone using the Configure phone wizard in the response point administrator’s guide.
ThE LCd dISPLAy
the lCd display acts as a legend for the various modes, codes and functions of the device. each function is cov-
ered in this manual or the administrator’s guide.
USINg ThE PhONE
Make a Call
key to activate the phone. you will hear a chime or spoken prompt.
speaking clearly, say the name of the person in your Contact list you wish to call.
key to activate the phone. you will hear a dial tone.
dial the number as you would on a standard phone. the number appears on the lCd screen.
you can also pre-dial the number while in standby mode and press the
key to connect the call.
to add a pause to the number you are pre-dialing, press and hold the pound (#) key.
Answer a Call
when there is an incoming call, the following will occur:
the phone will ring (unless the ringer is turned off).
the phone’s 3 leds will flash.
the phone icon on the lCd screen will flash.
End a Call
Turn the Ringer On/Off
press and hold the “*” key until the ringer Off icon appears on the lCd display.
Adjust Ringer Volume
while the phone is ringing, press
while the phone is inactive, press
. the ringer melody will play once at the new level.
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dial an Internal Call
to dial an internal company extension using voice dialing:
button on the phone.
say the name of a person in your directory (e.g. “denise smith”). you can also speak the name of a specific
location or department, such as “kitchen” or “accounts payable,” as long as those extensions are listed in
to dial a call manually (using the keypad:)
dial the extension number (optionally, followed by “#”) of the co-worker or department you wish to contact.
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AddINg A NEw PhONE
To add the MAX IP Response Point in Response Point Administrator
launch response point administrator.
Connect to the server.
ensure the MaX ip response point is powered and connected to the network.
the MaX ip response point will appear in the device list.
Using MiCrOsOft® respOnse pOint™
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highlight the device, click
to assign or Create a user and click
from the list, choose the user you wish to assign to the phone, highlight and click
to Create a new User: select
and follow the new User wizard.
assign your user to “recieve calls on this phone”. Click
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name the phone, click
to complete the process.
the MaX ip response point is now ready for use with your response point system.
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appendiX : a - COMplianCe
Conformity of the equipment with the guidelines below is attested by the Ce mark.
eC declaration of Conformity
edgewater Corporate park south tower
5225 wiley post way, suite 500
salt lake City, Utah 84116 U.s.a.
eU representative name:
ClearOne Communications ltd.
eU representative address:
MaX ip response point & MaXattach ip response point
Product Standard(s) to which Conformity of the Council directive(s) is declared:
EMC - 2004/108/EC “Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) directive”:
en 55022: 2006 (emissions)
information technology equipment - radio disturbance characteritics
- limits and methods of measurement.
en 61000-3-2: 2004
part 3: limits - section 2: limits for harmonic current emissions.
en 61000-3-3: 2002
section 3: limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in low voltage
supply systems for equipment with rated current up to and including
en 55024: 1998 (immunity) + a1+a2
information technology equipment - immunity characteristics -limits
and methods of measurements.
en 61000-4-2: 2001
electrostatic discharge immunity
en 61000-4-3: 2002
radiated rf immunity
en 61000-4-4: 2004
electrical fast transients immunity
en 61000-4-5: 2005
lightning surge immunity
en 61000-4-6: 2004
Conducted rf immunity
en 61000-4-8: 1993
power frequency Magnetic field immunity
en 61000-4-11: 2004
voltage dips and voltage interruptions
Safety - 73/23/EEC “Low Voltage directive (LVd)”:
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ieC 60950-1: 2001
safety of information technology equipment, including electrical
RohS - 2002/95/EC Restrication of the Use of certain hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (EEE) & wEEE - 2002/96/EC waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE).
we herein certify that the products listed above are in compliance with the eU directive 2002/95/eC and eU directive
we, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above directives and
standards. date of issue: ?
legal representative in europe
/s/ greg a. leClaire
greg a. leClaire