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RTX 4002

RTX 4002 ‘End of Life’ Notice

RTX have discontinued their 4002 repeater, we have now sold our final remaining unit of this product which has been replaced by the new 4022. The 4022 is very similar to the old 4002, with just a couple of adjustments.

What’s New?

  • 2-colour LED for radio link quality indication
  • New dedicated programming key for easy reset and configuration of repeater
  • One SKU for both Europe and the UK (4022 comes with both power supplies)

Yealink W52P & RTX 4002P – Setting up Daisy Chain

Yealink W52P & RTX 4002P – Setting up Daisy Chain

*RTX4022P can not be set up in Daisy Chain with 3rd party devices such as Gigaset and Yealink*

* Requires RTX PC Software *
* Maximum of 3 Repeaters in a Daisy Chain *

1) Enable Repeater mode on the W52P:

– Press OK on the W52H ‘handset’ and then go to settings. Choose “System Settings” and then select “Repeater Mode”.

2) Pair the first RTX repeater in the chain to the base:

– Plug in the RTX repeater for 1-5 seconds (We count to 3) and then unplug it.

– Plug it in again and leave it. The LED indicator on the RTX repeater will then flash slowly (This means the repeater is ready for manual registration).

– Press the paging key on the W52P base until the “Handset” LED light on the base starts flashing.

– The LED on the RTX repeater will now change to flash faster than it did before.

3) Assign a repeater number to the RTX repeater from 2 to 7, for up to 6 repeaters. (The W52P takes repeater number 1)

– Dial #*9 on the W52H ‘Handset’, it will stay on this call for the duration of this procedure. The LED on the repeater will be lit solid.

– Press a number between 2 and 7. The LED indicator on the repeater will flash a corresponding number of times and then stay solid.

– Accept the registration by pressing the * key and end the call on the W52H ‘Handset’.

4) Configure the repeater:

– Connect this repeater to the RTX USB cable, power supply and your PC.

– Load the RTX software on the supplied CD.

– Select the COM port the USB cable is connected to.

– Press the “load” button.

– Write down the “RFPI” number from the “Repeater” section.

– Disconnect this repeater but do not close the software.

4.1) Configure the next repeaters

– Connect the next repeater that will be used in the daisy chain.

– Type the “RFPI” number you have written down into the “RFPI” box in the “Network Device” section.

– Tick the “Ignore Hop Control” box and optionally the “Monitor Beep” if you want that on (useful for testing).

– Increment the “RPN” number in the “Repeater” section. This need to go up by one for each repeater in this chain.

– Press “Save”.

– If this isn’t the last repeater in the chain, click “Load” and write down the “RFPI” number from the “Repeater” section (This will then be used by the next repeater in the chain in it’s “Network Device” section).

– Pair this repeater to the base by following the procedure in steps 2) & 3).

* Repeat step 4.1) for each repeater in this chain.

* Repeat steps 2) to 4.1) for each chain.

RTX4002 DECT Repeater beeping

If you find that when using an RTX4002 DECT repeater (with any device such as Gigaset) and you are hearing beeps on the phone then you will have inadvertently turned on the “verification tone”.

The idea of this is so you know when the repeater is being used but the procedure to turn it on is very similar to putting the device into Registration mode so it’s easily done by mistake.

To turn it off (or on for that matter), do this:

– switch off the unit (disconnect the power supply)
– switch on for 1-5 seconds and switch it off again
– switch on again. When the LED of the unit starts to flash slowly, switch it off again
– switch it on again. The verification tone will then be turned on or off (depending on whether it was on or off before).

Registering RTX4002 Repeater with N300/N510 IP Base

Updated 09/02/2018 – Luke Warby

*RTX4022P can not be set up in Daisy Chain with 3rd party devices such as Gigaset and Yealink*

Updated 10/01/2014 – Chris Wright

Below are some instructions that will help in registering a RTX repeater with Gigaset Base station.


1. Set the range extender up near the Gigaset Base Station, you can move it to its final
destination later.

2. Turn off Eco Mode through the Gigaset handset, go to Settings – Eco Mode. Untick the boxes if necessary

3. Turn on Repeater Mode through the Gigaset handset, go to Settings – System – Repeater Mode.
(If you are using firmware 42.194 or greater, you will need to disable the Encryption setting at this stage rather than enabling Repeater mode. More info here)

Updated 28/03/2018 – Jordan Carr

*RTX4022: press the button on the back of the repeater for 5 seconds instead of plugging the power in*

4. NOW PLUG THE POWER INTO THE RTX 4002 for 5 seconds and turn it off again; then turn it back on.

Note: The LED on the RTX 4002 slowly flashes showing that it is now in registration mode.
This should be a single flash, if it is a double flash please go back to Step 1 and retry.

5. Turn on Registration on the Gigaset Base Station, by either:
a. In the web GUI, go to Management > Miscellaneous > Start Registration’

b. On the Gigaset Base Station, press and hold the PAGE/FIND button for approximately 3-5 seconds

Note: The LED on the RTX 4002 flashes quickly to show that it is in ‘learn’ mode.

6. On the Handset – Key in X* – where ‘X’ is a number between 2 and 7. (This relates to the repeater number – the first repeater is number 2 as the N300 is the first link (1).)
Then press the green SEND button.

The LED will stop flashing for about 5 seconds; press * again to confirm the pairing. The LED should now show a steady light without flashing.

Note: If the LED goes back to flashing quickly then the new settings have not been saved or accepted by the RTX 4002. Repeat item 5. If the LED goes back to flashing quickly again then repeat item 5 with a different X.

7. Now position the RTX 4002 where required, ensuring that it is still within range of the Gigaset Base Station.

** If you hear a chirping/beeping noise when on call within range of the RTX, you may have enabled the verfication tone. For instructions on turning this off, please view our blog post**