Pairing & Connecting

Pairing Specs

ERA supports Bluetooth version 4.0 LE and is backwards compatible.

Offers simultaneous multipoint functionality, meaning the headset is capable of pairing with up to 8 devices at once and connect to 2 of the 8 concurrently.

Provides standard Bluetooth range of approximately 33 feet.

Must first be paired with a device before the two can establish a Bluetooth connection; once both paired and connected, the headset is ready to make/receive calls and to stream audio.

Pairing for the First Time

When powered on for the first time out of the box, ERA automatically enters pairing mode, indicated by a flashing red/white light. With the headset in this state, follow these steps to complete the pairing and establish a Bluetooth connection:

  1. Enable the Bluetooth feature on the secondary device.
  2. Search or scan in the secondary device for a new Bluetooth connection.
  3. When ERA is detected, approve the pairing and connection. If prompted for a pairing passkey, enter four zeros (0000).
  4. Once connected, the headset announces “ERA paired,” and the LED stops flashing.

To confirm the connection, press the TALK button once. ERA will announce the remaining battery life if connected to a device. If there is no active connection, the headset will confirm “No Bluetooth devices connected.”

Future Pairings

To establish a new pairing/connection, first put ERA in pairing mode:

  1. Start with the headset powered OFF.
  2. Press + hold the TALK button as you power ERA ON. The LED will begin flashing red/white, indicating the headset has entered pairing mode.
  3. Enable the Bluetooth feature on the secondary device.
  4. Search or scan in the secondary device for a new Bluetooth connection.
  5. When ERA is detected, approve the pairing and connection. If prompted for a pairing passkey, enter four zeros (0000).
  6. Once connected, the LED on ERA stops flashing.

To confirm the connection, press the TALK button once. ERA will announce the remaining battery life if connected to a device. If there is no active connection, the headset will confirm “No Bluetooth devices connected.”