Nortel Networks 2211 Telephone User Manual

Chapter 6 WLAN Handset, headset, batteries, chargers, and accessories 53
WLAN IP Handset 2210/2211/2212 User Guide
Figure 5 WLAN Handset 2210 and 2212 battery pack location
Low battery indicators
The WLAN Handset notifies you when the charge on the battery pack is low by displaying the
battery icon (B). If you are not in a call, you hear a loud beep. If you are in a call, you hear a soft
beep through the earpiece every six seconds. At this point, your handset has 15 to 30 minutes of
battery life left.
The low battery icon (A), the Low Battery message in the display area and a loud beep indicate a
critically low charge. The handset will not work until the battery pack is charged.
Remove and insert the battery pack
To remove the battery pack
For the WLAN Handset 2210 and WLAN Handset 2212:
1 To release the battery pack, press down on the latch on the battery pack.
For the WLAN Handset 2211:
1 To release the battery pack, hold the handset in one hand, with the keys facing up.
2 Press both battery release buttons on the left and right sides of the handset with your other
The battery pack should drop into your hand.
Note: Do not pry the battery out of the handset.