CABERG JUST SPEAK MANUAL PDF

View and Download Caberg Just SpeakS user manual online. Bluetooth Headset & Intercom for Scooters and Motorcycles. Just SpeakS Motorcycle Accessories. Caberg Just Speak Manual Online: Charging The Battery, Pairing. Before Using The CABERG JUST SPEAK System, The Battery Inside The Helmet Must Be. just looking at the screen, keeping an eye on the distance-to-turn CABERG JUST SPEAK EASY .. the manual says it stops “after 30 seconds of silence”.

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When fully charged the LED turns green.

Charging The Battery; Pairing – Caberg Just Speak User Manual [Page 26]

Page of 80 Go. The main difference between the Master and the Slave is that ONLY the Master helmet at switch-on performs the search for the second helmet pre.

Connect the battery charger to the mains V. Each helmet can be paired several times with any.

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A helmet may be paired as a Master or Slave. You can then charge the battery briefly, though it’s best to fully charge it each time, if possible: Charging The Battery; Speam. Proceed with the pairing procedure with the two helmets close to one another metres.

Comments to this Manuals Your Name. This means that, if the mobile phone receives. With the battery fully charged, the system mamual about 10 hours standby in continuous communication with another helmet and about 16 hours in phone.

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Never use other devices to charge the battery.

Caberg just speak User Manual: Charging The Battery; Pairing

Never do the pairing procedure when driving. Never wear your helmet when charging the battery. The green LED comes on.

These two pairings must be done in quick succession. Any helmet Master or Slave in Intercom mode can use the mobile phone to which it has been paired.

Use only the battery charger provided. By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page. The battery charger works with a voltage of between min. Decide which helmet you want to be the Master and which the Slave. The red LED comes on, meaning that the battery is being charged. Remove the cover of the USB port located on the outside of the communicator and insert the battery charger jack. When the battery runs low during use, the system switches off: In phone mode the standby reduces depending on the conversation time, down to a minimum of 10 hours in continuous communication.

Enter text from picture: The way the buttons must be pressed differs for Master pairing and Slave pairing. If the device is not used for long periods, the battery needs to be recharged occasionally.

When the battery has a residual standby of about 1 hour, 3 consecutive beeps will be heard in the helmet every 5 minutes. In any case, if a helmet has already been paired as.

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To print the manual completely, please, download it.

Don’t have an account? The pairing procedure is. Got it, continue to print. The pairing procedure only needs to be repeated when you change the helmet or mobile phone you want to speak to. To decide whether to pair your helmet as the Master or Slave you must understand the difference.

Do not wear your helmet when charging the battery! The Master helmet must be paired to both the Slave helmet and the mobile phone to communicate with both.

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Don’t show me this message again. Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add. The difference between Master and Slave is merely that the Master searches for the Slave at switch-on, they are equivalent for sspeak the remaining. Also See for just speak Safety and instructions for use – 84 pages. Switch the helmet off when charging the battery. All pairings stay in the helmet memory even when switched off and are kept when you. In order to communicate with each other, helmets must be paired or “twinned”i.