Support for Gigaset AL275

Welcome to the support resource for your Gigaset AL275. 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 AL275 for repair. Furthermore you will find accessories for your Gigaset AL275. If you're looking for products matching your Gigaset AL275, have a look at our compatibility database. You can also find out how to register your Gigaset AL275 with other devices.

Answers to frequently asked questions

You have questions regarding your Gigaset product? Here you will find answers.

Top 10 FAOs

  • First steps for troubleshooting
  • It is practically impossible to determine the battery capacity or state of charge of a NiCd or NiMH battery by fast measurement. For the charge management of the Gigasets, it is only possible to recognize completely empty or completely full (just charged) batteries by the voltage. In most cases, however, the display will show 1/3 or 2/3 because the flat discharge curve, the temperature dependence of the voltage and the different battery types do not allow the charge level to be clearly identified.

  • NiZn (Nickel Zinc) batteries are not suitable for use in Gigaset handsets.

  • Discharge should take place at room temperature. At temperatures below 0° C, the capacity of the batteries decreases considerably.
    Charging should preferably take place in the range of 10 - 35°C, as this is where the batteries have the greatest capacity.
    With NiMH batteries, the handset interrupts charging at temperatures above 45° C, with LiIon batteries below 5° C and above 40°-45° C, as the batteries must not be charged outside these temperatures.

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      • Discharge should take place at room temperature. At temperatures below 0° C, the capacity of the batteries decreases considerably.
        Charging should preferably take place in the range of 10 - 35°C, as this is where the batteries have the greatest capacity.
        With NiMH batteries, the handset interrupts charging at temperatures above 45° C, with LiIon batteries below 5° C and above 40°-45° C, as the batteries must not be charged outside these temperatures.

      • NiZn (Nickel Zinc) batteries are not suitable for use in Gigaset handsets.

      • It is practically impossible to determine the battery capacity or state of charge of a NiCd or NiMH battery by fast measurement. For the charge management of the Gigasets, it is only possible to recognize completely empty or completely full (just charged) batteries by the voltage. In most cases, however, the display will show 1/3 or 2/3 because the flat discharge curve, the temperature dependence of the voltage and the different battery types do not allow the charge level to be clearly identified.

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