Panasonic KXTCD951 User manual

Panasonic KXTCD951 User manual
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Digital Cordless Phone
Model No.
KX-TCD951EB
Operating Instructions
INT'
OK
C
RDL
PROG
1
GH I
2
DE F
3
6
9
AB C
4
JK L
5
MNO
7
TU V
8
WXYZ
PQRS
0
RCL
PWR
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE.
Charge the batteries for about 4 hours before initial use.
This equipment is not designed for making emergency
telephony calls when the power fails. Alternative arrangements
should be made for access to emergency services.
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Important Information
APPROVED for connection to
telecommunication systems specified in the instructions for use
subject to the conditions set out
in them.
610110
Do not connect the AC adaptor to any
AC outlet other than the standard AC
230–240 V, 50 Hz.
• Outlet voltage DC1 8 V, 300 mA
Outlet voltage DC2 9 V, 200 mA
• The apparatus is approved for use
with the KX-TCA9E or KX-TCA11E
power supply.
• CAUTION: Do not remove cover.
Live parts inside.
This apparatus has been approved for
the use of the following facilities:
1) Storage of telephone numbers for
retrieval by a predetermined code
2) Last number redial
3) Simple telephone facility
4) PBX earth register recall (option)
PBX timed break register recall
5) MF signalling
6) LD signalling
7) Pause
8) 1 way paging
9) Call prohibition
10) Call restriction
11) Direct call
12) Intercom between handsets
13) Transferring a call from one handset to
another
14) Conference
15) Setting the call waiting tone
16) Accessing the base unit
2
Any other usage will invalidate the
approval of the apparatus if as a
result, it then ceases to conform to
the standards against which approval
was granted.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN):
This relates to the performance of the
apparatus when used in combination
with other items of apparatus. It
enables the calculation of the
maximum number of items of
apparatus that may be connected
simultaneously to the line by
summing the REN values of each
item. A BT supplied instrument has a
REN value of 1 unless otherwise
marked.
A maximum REN value of 4 should
not be exceeded. The REN value of
this apparatus is 1.
Method of connection
This is connected to the exchange
line or PABX/PMBX (Private
Automatic/Manual Branch Exchange)
extension by the new standard British
Telecom plug and socket.
Arrangements for provision of this
type of termination can be made
through the nearest British Telecom
Sales Office. The apparatus may be
connected to the following types of
installation. The apparatus has been
approved for use under the following
conditions:
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a) This apparatus may be used on
telecommunication systems
employing LD and MF signalling. It
is suitable for connection to a
direct exchange line on the PSTN
(Public Switched Telephone
Network) or via a compatible PBX
(Private Branch Exchange).
(Contact the supplier for an up to
date list of compatible PBX’s.)
b) This apparatus is not suitable as
an extension to a payphone or for
use on a party line with shared
service.
This cordless telephone has been
designed to operate on radio
frequencies which have been
assigned to the exclusive use of
cordless telephones. As the use of
cordless telephones becomes more
widespread users may experience a
reduction in the quality of service
obtainable from this apparatus.
Although this equipment can use
either loop disconnected or DTMF
signalling, only the performance of
the DTMF signalling is subject to
regulatory requirements for correct
operation. It is therefore strongly
recommended that the equipment is
set to use DTMF signalling for access
to public or private emergency
services. DTMF signalling also
provides faster call set up.
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999 or 112 can be dialled on the
apparatus for the purposes of making
outgoing calls to the BT Emergency
(999 or 112) Service.
WARNING:
The apparatus may be unable to
make emergency 999 or 112
telephone calls, under certain
conditions, e.g.
• Radio interference caused by
another cordless telephone
operating on the same radio
frequency.
• The portable handset battery needs
recharging, or has failed.
• The portable handset cannot be
used while charging.
Any cases of difficulty should be
referred in the first instance to the
supplier of the apparatus.
NOTE:
If you experience any problems with
the normal use of your apparatus,
you should unplug it from the
telephone outlet and connect a
known working telephone in its place.
If the known working telephone still
gives problems, then please contact
the customer service department of
your PSTN operator. If it operates
properly, then the problem is likely to
be a fault in your apparatus. In this
case, contact your supplier for
advice. Your PSTN operator may
charge you if they attend a service
call that is not due to apparatus
supplied by them.
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Before Initial Use
Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic digital
cordless telephone.
For your future reference
Serial No.
Date of purchase
(found on the bottom of the unit)
Name and address of dealer
Included with this unit
4
AC Adaptor (p. 10)
Part No. KX-TCA9E or
KX-TCA11E
Telephone Line Cord (p. 10)
Part No. PQJA87S
Battery (p. 9)
Part No. Panasonic P-03H
(BYD PQP25AAA)
one
one
three
Handset Cover (p. 9)
Part No. PQKK10091Z1
Belt Clip (p. 40)
Part No. PQKE10071Z1
Operating Instructions
Part No. PQQX12191Z
one
one
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For Best Performance
Battery Charge
Rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries power the handset.
Install the batteries (p. 9) and charge them for
about 4 hours before initial use (p. 11).
Base Unit Location
Calls are transmitted between the base unit and the handset using wireless radio waves. For
maximum distance and noise-free operation, the recommended base unit location is:
Away from electrical appliances such as a TV,
radio, personal computer or another telephone.
In a HIGH and CENTRAL location with
no obstructions such as walls.
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Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 3
Preparation
Advanced Operations (Special
Programming Features)
Location of Controls ......................8
Display .............................................9
Settings ............................................9
Summary of Programmable
Functions........................................22
Installing the Batteries in the
Handset .........................................9
Setting the Password ....................23
Connections ................................10
Setting the Direct Call Mode ........24
Battery Charge..............................11
Dialling the Stored Number ..........24
Turning the Power ON..................12
Call Prohibition ..............................25
Selecting the Dialling Mode..........13
Call Restriction ..............................26
Selecting the Handset Ringer
Volume/Pattern .............................14
Other Programmable Settings......27
Selecting the Base Unit
Ringer Volume ..............................15
Setting the Range Warning
Alarm ............................................27
Direct Call .......................................24
Setting the Key Tones ..................27
Setting the Battery Low Alarm......27
Chapter 2
Basic Operations
Making Calls ..................................16
Answering Calls ............................17
Speed Dialling ...............................18
Storing Phone Numbers
in Memory ....................................18
Dialling a Stored Number .............18
Special Features ...........................19
How to Use the Pause Feature
(For Analog PBX Line/Long
Distance Service Users) ..............19
Handset Locator ...........................20
Temporary Tone Dialling (For
Rotary or Pulse Service Users) ...20
Setting the Key Lock ....................20
Using the Recall Feature..............21
6
Selecting the Talk Mode Display ..28
Clearing the Settings
in Memory ......................................29
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Chapter 5
Multi-Unit User Operations
Useful Information
For Optional Multi-Unit Users.......30
Replacing the Batteries.................39
Operating More than One
Handset ........................................30
Using the Belt Clip .......................40
Operating More than One Base
Unit ...............................................30
Safety Instructions ........................44
Adding Another Phone..................45
Registering a Handset in the
Base Unit ......................................31
Important Notice Concerning the
Correct Use and Charging of
Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) Batteries .................45
Selecting the Base Unit Access ...32
Term Definitions............................46
Chapter 2
Registration ....................................31
Before Requesting Help ...............41
Chapter 1
Chapter 4
Cancelling a Handset ...................33
Bell Selection .................................34
Paging/Intercom.............................36
Paging All Handsets from
the Base Unit................................36
Chapter 3
Selecting the Stand-by Mode
Display ............................................34
Intercom between Handsets.........36
Conference ..................................38
Setting the Call Waiting Tone .......38
Chapter 4
Transferring a Call from One
Handset to Another.......................37
Chapter 5
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Location of Controls
Base unit
Charge Contacts (p. 11)
Antenna
Charge Indicator (
Page Button
(p. 20, 31, 36)
In Use Indicator (
) (p. 11)
) (p. 20, 31)
Handset
Display (p. 9)
Talk Button
Navigator Key F, G
(p. 14, 16, 17, 18, 22)
(p. 16, 17)
Intercom Button INT
(p. 13, 22, 36)
Cancel Button C
(p. 16, 17, 18, 22, 23)
INT'
C
OK Button OK (p. 14, 22)
OO
K
K
PROG
RDL
Program Button PROG
(p. 13, 18, 20, 22)
GHI
PQRS
Tone Button
1
ABC
2
DEF
4
JKL
5
MNO
6
7
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
(p. 20)
3
Redial/Pause Button RDL
(p. 17, 19)
0
RCL
PWR
Recall Button RCL (p. 21)
Charge Contacts (p. 11)
8
Power Button PWR (p. 12)
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Display
Icons
The call prohibition icon is displayed
when this mode is turned on (p. 25).
The page/intercom icon is displayed
when paging or using the intercom. It
flashes when another unit pages the
handset.
The program icon indicates that the unit
is in the programming mode.
The talk icon is displayed when making or
answering calls. It flashes when an
outside call is being received.
Preparation
The direct call icon is displayed when
this mode is turned on (p. 24).
The in range icon indicates that the
handset is in range of the base unit. It
flashes when the handset is out of range.
Chapter 1
(The display shows all possible configurations.)
The battery icon indicates the battery
strength (p. 11).
Characters
P
RDL is pressed while dialling.
F
RCL is pressed while dialling.
4
is pressed while dialling.
is pressed while dialling.
Settings
Installing the Batteries in the Handset
Install the batteries as shown. Then install the handset cover.
• If the rechargeable batteries are not inserted correctly, the handset will not work.
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Settings
Connections
Plug in the AC adaptor and the telephone line cord to the bottom of the unit. Then connect the
cords as shown.
Fasten the cords to prevent them
from being disconnected.
Hooks
To Mains Outlet
(AC 230–240 V, 50 Hz)
8V
AC Adaptor
9V
Telephone AC
Line Cord Adaptor
Telephone Line Cord
* The abbreviation TNV means
“Telephone Network Voltage”.
To B.T. Socket
TNV*
• USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR KX-TCA9E OR KX-TCA11E.
• Be careful not to confuse the telephone line jack with the AC adaptor jack on the base unit. If
connected improperly, the base unit will not work and damage may occur.
• The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during
use.)
• To connect a standard telephone on the same line, see page 45.
CONNECTION OF POWER SUPPLY
This apparatus is intended for use when powered by the KX-TCA9E or KX-TCA11E.
Using other power supplies will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus.
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Battery Charge
• The charge indicator (
Chapter 1
At the time of shipment, the batteries are not
charged. To charge, place the handset on the base
unit. Please charge the batteries for about
4 hours before initial use.
OR
) lights.
Charge Indicator (
)
You can check the present battery strength on the display.
Fully charged
Battery strength
Medium
Low
No power
Battery icon
Preparation
Battery strength
(Flashing)
Recharge
When “
” flashes or the unit beeps every
15 seconds, recharge the batteries.
Battery information
After your Panasonic batteries are fully charged:
Operation
Approx. Ni-Cd battery life (Included)
Approx. Ni-MH battery life (Optional)
While in use (Talk)
Up to about 6 hours
Up to about 12 hours
While not in use (Stand-By)
Up to about 65 hours
Up to about 130 hours
• Battery life may vary depending on usage conditions and ambient temperature.
• Clean the handset and the base unit charge contacts with a soft, dry cloth once a month.
Clean more often if the unit is subject to grease, dust or high humidity. Otherwise the batteries
may not charge properly.
• If the batteries are fully charged, you do not have to place the handset on the base unit until
“
” flashes. This will maximise the battery life.
• The batteries cannot be overcharged.
• Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries (AAA size) are available (see page 39).
• Read “Important Notice Concerning the Correct Use and Charging of Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) Batteries” on
page 45.
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Settings
Turning the Power ON
Display
Power Button PWR
Press PWR .
• After all possible configurations briefly appear,
the display will change to the following. Then
the handset is in the stand-by mode.
The current connected base unit number is
displayed.
- i• You can choose whether to display the base
unit number, handset number or no display in
the stand-by mode by programming (p. 34).
12
To turn the power OFF, press and hold
PWR until a beep sounds.
• The display will go blank.
• The handset will not ring.
• Depending on the programming mode, you
may not be able to turn the power off. First
make sure the handset is set to the stand-by
mode.
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Selecting the Dialling Mode
1
Press PROG then I NT .
1
2
Press 3 .
Ensure that the dialling mode is selected
tone.
2 Press
3o - - - 3
Enter the base unit password.
• The factory preset is 0000. To change the
base unit password, see page 23.
4
, then identify the dial tone.
Preparation
You can determine which type of local BT
exchange you are connected to using the
following procedure.
Chapter 1
You can program the dialling mode to tone or pulse. If you have touch tone service, set to tone. If
rotary or pulse service is used, set to pulse. The factory preset is tone.
Make sure that the power is ON and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
3 Dial a number you are familiar with.
4 If the call is successful, you are
connected to a tone exchange.
Therefore, leave the dialling mode as
tone.
Press 1 .
• The current mode is displayed.
1: Tone
2: Pulse
Ex. Tone is selected.
5 If the call is not successful, you are
connected to pulse exchange.
Therefore, set the dialling mode to pulse.
3 iu i
5
To select Pulse, press 2 .
OR
To select Tone, press 1 .
6
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
• If 5 beeps sound in step 3, the entered
password is incorrect. Enter the correct
password.
• To cancel during programming, press PROG ,
then start from step 1.
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Settings
Selecting the Handset Ringer Volume/Pattern
You can program the desired handset ringer volume and pattern.
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
Ringer volume
Ringer pattern
7 levels are available. The lowest level is 1. The
highest level is 6. The factory preset is 3. When
set to OFF, the handset will not ring.
You can program the desired handset ringer
pattern (6 patterns). The factory preset is
pattern 1.
1
Press PROG .
F iU
2
Press G or F until “F22 ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F23 ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
• The current ringer pattern is displayed and
rings.
Ex. Pattern 1 is selected.
• The current volume is displayed and rings.
Ex. Level 3 is selected.
F23U i
4
4
Press G or F to select the desired
level.
• Each time you press a button, the selected
volume is displayed and rings.
• To set to OFF, erase “ ” by pressing G
until “
” is displayed.
5
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
• When set to OFF, “
” will be
displayed.
14
Press G or F to select the desired
pattern.
• You can press 1 to 6 to select the
pattern.
• Each time you press a button, the selected
pattern will be displayed and sound.
5
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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Selecting the Base Unit Ringer Volume
1
Press PROG then I NT .
3
• Each time you press a button, the selected
volume is displayed and rings.
2
Press 2 TWICE.
• The current volume is displayed.
1: LOW 2: MEDIUM 3: HIGH
0: OFF
4
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the display
will return to the stand-by mode.
Preparation
Press the desired volume level 1 , 2 ,
3 or 0 .
Chapter 1
4 levels (HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW, OFF) are available. The factory preset is MEDIUM. When set to OFF,
the base unit will not ring.
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
Ex. MEDIUM is selected.
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Making Calls
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12).
1
Press
2
Dial a phone number.
.
• The dialled number is displayed.
• If “
” flashes and an alarm tone sounds
after pressing
, move closer to the
base unit. Then try again.
• You can choose whether to display the length
of the call or phone number in the talk mode
by programming (p. 28).
i2345678
• After a few seconds, the display will start
showing the length of the call.
888800 - 00 - 00
3
To hang up, press
or place the
handset on the base unit.
To select the receiver volume
3 levels (HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW) are available.
The factory preset is MEDIUM.
While talking, press F or G to select the
desired level.
Ex. LOW is selected.
• The handset will return to the stand-by
mode.
To dial after confirming the
entered number
1
Enter a phone number.
• The entered number is displayed.
• If you misdial, press C . Digits are
erased from the right.
• To cancel, press C firmly.
• If your line has rotary or pulse service, any
access numbers entered after pressing
will not be included when dialling.
2
3
Press
OR
In the stand-by mode, proceed as follows.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F6 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
• The current level is displayed.
Ex. LOW is selected.
.
F6
• After a few seconds, the display will start
showing the length of the call.
3
To hang up, press
or place the
handset on the base unit.
Press F or G to select the desired
level.
4
Press PROG .
• The handset will return to the stand-by
mode.
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• After a few seconds, the display will return to
the length of call.
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To redial the last number dialled
Press
➡
To redial after confirming the
numbers in redial memory
Press RDL .
• The last number dialled is displayed.
Select the desired number by pressing
RDL .
.
• The number is dialled automatically.
• If your line has rotary or pulse service, any
access numbers entered after pressing
will not be included when redialling.
To clear all of the numbers in the
redial memory
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F9 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
3
Press PROG .
Basic Operations
• You can also search from the most recent
to oldest number by pressing G. To
search from the oldest to most recent
number, press F.
” denotes the end of
•“
redial memory.
• To exit the list, press C firmly.
Press
Chapter 2
The unit automatically stores the last
10 numbers dialled into redial memory.
2
3
RDL .
• The last number dialled is automatically
redialled.
1
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Answering Calls
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12), otherwise the handset will not ring.
If the handset is off the base unit, press
.
To turn the handset ringer off
temporarily
• You can also answer a call by pressing any
dialling button 0 to 9 ,
or
(—Any Key Talk).
When the handset starts ringing, press G
firmly.
OR
•“
” is displayed and the handset
stops ringing.
If on the base unit, just lift up.
• The handset and base unit will not ring if both
ringer volumes are set to OFF (p. 14, 15).
• The ringer will turn back on for the next call.
• This function will not work when the handset is
on the base unit.
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Speed Dialling
Storing Phone Numbers in Memory
You can store up to 20 telephone numbers in the handset.
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
1
Press G or F until a desired memory
station number (00 to i9 ) is displayed.
• You can enter the desired memory station
number after pressing G or F.
00 2
Press PROG .
3
Enter a phone number, up to 24 digits.
00 - 3334444
• If you misdial, press C . Digits are
erased from the right. To erase all digits,
press C firmly.
4
Dialling a Stored Number
Press G or F until the desired phone
number is displayed.
• You can enter the desired memory station
number (00 to i9 ) after pressing G or F.
• To exit the speed dialler memory, press C .
2
Press
.
• The number is automatically dialled.
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Memory card
Use the memory card on page 43 as a name or
phone number index for speed dialling. Cut out
the card and attach it in a convenient place.
To erase a stored number
1
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
• To store other numbers, repeat steps 1
through 4.
1
• If a pause is required for dialling, press
RDL where needed. Pressing RDL
counts as one digit (p. 19).
• To cancel during programming, press PROG ,
then start from step 1.
• If your line has rotary or pulse service, any
access numbers stored after pressing
will
not be dialled.
Press G or F until the desired phone
number is displayed.
• You can enter the desired memory station
number (00 to i9 ) after pressing G or F.
2
Press PROG .
3
Press C .
4
Press PROG .
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Special Features
How to Use the Pause Feature
(For Analog PBX Line/Long Distance Service Users)
We recommend you press RDL if a pause is required for dialling with a PBX or to access a long
distance service.
Ex: Line access number 9 (PBX)
9
➡
RDL
➡
Phone number
Setting the pause timing
1
Press PROG then I NT .
2
Press 3 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
• The factory preset is 0000.
4
Press 3 .
5
To select 5 seconds, press 2 .
OR
To select 3 seconds, press 1 .
6
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Basic Operations
You can set the pause timing to 3 seconds or 5 seconds, depending on your PBX requirements. The
factory preset is 3 seconds.
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
Chapter 2
• Pressing RDL once creates a pause.
This prevents misdialling when you redial or dial a stored number.
• Pressing RDL more than once increases the length of the pause between numbers.
• The current timing is displayed.
1: 3 seconds 2: 5 seconds
Ex. 3 seconds is selected.
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• If 5 beeps sound in step 3, the entered
password is incorrect. Enter the correct
password.
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Special Features
Handset Locator
From the base unit, you can locate the handset or page a person at the handset with ring tones.
1
Press
Handset 1 display
.
• The in use indicator (
) flashes on the base unit.
• The handset rings for 1 minute and “
” flashes.
• The base unit is displayed as “[0] ”.
2
To stop paging, press
again or press
[ i ]- [ 0 ]
on the handset.
Temporary Tone Dialling
(For Rotary or Pulse Service Users)
Press
before entering access numbers which require tone dialling.
• The dialling mode changes to tone. You can enter numbers to access an answering service,
electronic banking service, etc. When you hang up, the mode will return to pulse.
Setting the Key Lock
You can lock the handset dialling buttons. Only incoming calls are accepted until the key lock is
cancelled.
When the unit is in the stand-by mode, press and hold
PROG until a beep sounds.
•“
” is displayed and all dialling buttons are locked.
To cancel the key lock
When the unit is in the stand-by mode, press and hold PROG for about 2 seconds.
•“
” will disappear and the key lock will be cancelled.
• The key lock will also be cancelled when the power is turned OFF (p. 12).
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Using the Recall Feature
RCL is used to access special telephone services (optional) such as call waiting. Contact your
telephone company business office for details.
Example: British Telecom call waiting
When a call waiting tone is heard during a conversation:
a) To hold the existing call and accept the waiting call
Press RCL .
• Depending on the provider, you may need to enter a code after pressing RCL . Follow the
instructions given by your provider.
b) To accept the waiting call and hang up the existing call
Press
. When the unit rings, press
to answer the new call.
If your unit is connected to a PBX, pressing RCL allows you to access some features of your host
PBX such as transferring an extension call.
Selecting the earth (option)/time break recall mode
The earth relay can be installed as an option depending on your PBX requirements. Please consult
your nearest Panasonic Service Centre for installation. Then you can select the time break recall or
earth mode. The factory preset is time break recall.
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
1
Press PROG then I NT .
2
Press 3 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
• The factory preset is 0000.
4
Press 2 .
5
Basic Operations
c) To reject the waiting call
Wait for the call waiting to time out. This will take about 40 seconds.
Chapter 2
• Each time you press RCL , you can switch between the first and second call.
To select “Earth”, press 2 .
OR
To select “Time break recall”, press 1 .
6
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
• The current mode is displayed.
1: Time break recall 2: Earth
Ex. Time break recall is selected.
32u i
• If 5 beeps sound in step 3, the entered
password is incorrect. Enter the correct
password.
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Summary of Programmable Functions
You can program the following function items using the handset near the base unit. See the
corresponding pages for function details.
Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
<Stand-by mode>
- i-
Press G or F until a desired function code is
displayed, then press OK .
Press PROG .
Press PROG then I NT .
Code
F1
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F31
F32
F41
F42
F5
F6
F70
F71
F9
F0
Function item
To select the base unit access (p. 32)
To set the key tone (p. 27)
To select the handset ringer volume (p. 14)
To select the handset ringer pattern (p. 14)
To set the call waiting tone (p. 38)
To set the range warning alarm (p. 27)
To set the battery low alarm (p. 27)
To select the stand-by mode display (p. 34)
To select the talk mode display (p. 28)
To set the call prohibition mode (p. 25)
To set the direct call number (p. 24)
To set the handset password (p. 23)
To select the receiver volume (p. 16)
To cancel the base unit (p. 33)
To register to the base unit (p. 31)
To clear the redial memory (p. 17)
To clear the handset settings (p. 29)
Enter a desired function command as shown below.
Command
Function item
Command
Function item
1
To set the bell selection (p. 34)
5
To set the base unit password (p. 23)
2
To select the base unit ringer volume
(p. 15)
6
To set the call restricted handset(s) and
restriction number(s) (p. 26)
3
To select the dialling mode (p. 13)
To select the pause time (p. 19)
To select the earth/time break recall
mode (p. 21)
7
To cancel a handset (p. 33)
0
To clear the base unit settings (p. 29)
• To cancel during programming, press PROG , then start from the beginning.
• To return to the previous step during programming, press C .
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Setting the Password
You can program a 4-digit password for both the handset and base unit individually. Each factory
preset is 0000. Changing the password may prevent the unauthorised use of your unit by another
person.
Once you have programmed the password, you cannot confirm it. We recommend you write down
the password. If you forget it, please consult your nearest Panasonic Service Centre.
On the base unit
You need to enter the password when using the
functions, such as “Setting the call prohibition”
(p. 25), “Clearing the settings in handset
memory” (p. 29) and “Cancelling a base unit”
(p. 33).
You need to enter the password when using the
functions, such as “Setting the dialling mode”
(p. 13), “Setting the pause timing” (p. 19),
“Setting the earth/time break recall mode”
(p. 21), “Setting the call restriction” (p. 26),
“Clearing the settings of the base unit memory”
(p. 29), “Registering a handset in the base unit”
(p. 31), “Cancelling a handset” (p. 33) and
“Setting the bell selection” (p. 34).
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F5 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
F5o - - - 3
1
Press PROG then INT .
2
Press 5 .
Enter the current handset password.
Enter the new 4-digit password TWICE.
3
Enter the current handset password.
• The factory preset is 0000.
F5o - - - - o - - - -
• If you misdial, press C . Digits are
erased from the right.
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
5o - - - - o - - - 4
Enter the new 4-digit password TWICE.
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Advanced Operations
5o - - - -
• The factory preset is 0000.
4
Chapter 3
On the handset
• If 5 beeps sound in step 3, the entered
password is incorrect. Enter the correct
password.
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Direct Call
You can store a number in the direct call memory. This feature allows you to make a call easily by
pressing
. Incoming calls are accepted.
Setting the Direct Call Mode
After storing the direct call number, the unit will automatically switch to the direct call mode.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F42 ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
To change the direct call number:
Enter the new direct call number in step 4.
To turn OFF the direct call
mode
1
Press PROG .
• If the current stored number is the same
as the number you wish to set, skip to step
5.
2
Press G or F until “F42 ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
Enter the phone number, up to 24 digits.
4
Press PROG .
F42 -
4
• If you misdial, press C . The digits are
erased from the right. To erase all digits,
press C firmly.
5
•“
” will go out.
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds.
• The display will return to the stand-by
mode, then “ ” is displayed.
- iDialling the Stored Number
Make sure that “
” is displayed, then press
.
• The number stored in the direct call memory is dialled automatically.
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Call Prohibition
You can prohibit anyone from making a call with your handset except for emergency calls (999, 112).
Incoming calls are accepted. To use this feature, turn on the call prohibition mode by programming.
The factory preset is OFF.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F4 i ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
To turn OFF the call prohibition
mode
Press G or F to select OFF in step 5.
• You can press 0 to select OFF.
•“
” will go out.
F4 Io - - - 4
Enter the handset password (p. 23).
• The current mode is displayed.
1: ON 0: OFF
Ex. OFF
5
Press G or F to select ON.
• You can press 1 to select ON.
6
Chapter 3
F4 IO0
If you forget your handset password, please
consult your nearest Panasonic Service
Centre.
Press PROG .
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Advanced Operations
• A confirmation tone sounds.
• The display will return to the stand-by
mode, then “
” is displayed.
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Call Restriction
You can restrict desired handset(s) from dialling selected phone numbers. Phone numbers beginning
with the restricted digits cannot be dialled out. For example, if “00” is assigned as the call restriction
number, international calls cannot be made.
For selected handset(s), you can assign up to 6 call restriction numbers (up to 8 digits). Set the call
restricted handset(s) and the restriction number(s) by programming. The factory preset is OFF.
1
Press PROG then I NT .
2
Press 6 .
3
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
• The current registered handset number(s)
is/are displayed.
Ex. Handset 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are registered.
6O I23456
4
8
Enter the desired handset number(s).
• The selected handset number(s) flash(es).
When you dial a restricted number,
the call is disconnected, and the dialled number
flashes.
Ex. The restricted number is “00”.
00
Ex. Handset 2 and 6 are restricted.
6O I23456
• If you misdial, press the number(s) again.
5
Press PROG .
• “ I ” is displayed.
6O I 6
Enter a call restriction number, up to
8 digits.
• If you misdial, press C . The digits are
erased from the right. To erase all digits,
press C firmly.
7
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds.
• “2 ” is displayed. To continue entering a
number, enter the next number, then press
PROG .
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To cancel the call restricted
handset(s)
Follow steps 1 to 3, then enter the handset
number(s) you want to cancel. When
finished, press PROG repeatedly until the
handset returns to the stand-by mode.
To cancel the call restriction
number(s)
Follow steps 1 to 4, then select the call
restriction number you want to cancel by
pressing PROG . Then press C . When
finished, press PROG repeatedly until the
handset returns to the stand-by mode.
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Other Programmable Settings
Setting the Key Tones
You can choose whether or not the handset
keys will sound tones (key tone, confirmation
tone, error tone). The factory preset is ON.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F2 i ” is displayed,
then press OK .
• The current setting is displayed.
1: ON 0: OFF
Setting the Range
Warning Alarm
You can choose whether or not the handset will
sound a range warning alarm. The factory
preset is OFF.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F25 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
• The current setting is displayed.
1: ON 0: OFF
Ex. ON is selected.
Ex. OFF is selected.
F2 iU i
3
• You can press 0 or 1 to select OFF
or ON.
4
F25U0
3
• You can press 1 or 0 to select ON or
OFF.
Press PROG .
4
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Setting the Battery Low Alarm
You can choose whether or not the handset will sound a battery low alarm. The factory preset is ON.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F26 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
• The current setting is displayed.
1: ON 0: OFF
Ex. ON is selected.
3
Press G or F to select the desired
setting.
• You can press 0 or 1 to select OFF
or ON.
4
Advanced Operations
• If ON is selected, a confirmation tone
sounds. The display will return to the
stand-by mode.
Press G or F to select the desired
setting.
Chapter 3
Press G or F to select the desired
setting.
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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Other Programmable Settings
Selecting the Talk Mode Display
You can choose whether to display the length of the call or the dialled telephone number while in the
talk mode. The factory preset is the length of the call.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F32 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
• The current setting is displayed.
1: Length of the call
0: Dialled phone number
Ex. Length of the call is selected.
F32U i
3
Press G or F to select to select the
desired setting.
• You can press 0 or 1 to select the
setting.
4
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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During a conversation, the display will be as
follows.
Length of the call
(Ex: 1 h., 30 min., 40 sec.)
88880 i - 30 - 40
Dialled phone number
(Ex: 123-456-7890)
i234567890
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Clearing the Settings in Memory
This function enables the handset or base unit to clear the following settings at one time. They will
return to their initial settings.
On the handset
Function
Base unit access
Initial setting
Function
Automatic base
unit access
ON
3 (MEDIUM)
1
ON
OFF
ON
Base unit number
Length of the call
OFF
OFF
Clear
0000
MEDIUM
All clear
Bell selection
Dialling mode
Earth/time break recall
Pause timing
Call restricted handset(s)
Call restriction number(s)
Base unit password
Base unit ringer volume
Initial setting
All handsets
Tone
Time break recall
3 seconds
All clear
All clear
0000
2 (MEDIUM)
1
Press PROG then INT .
2
Press 0 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
Chapter 3
Key tones
Handset ringer volume
Handset ringer pattern
Call waiting tone
Range warning alarm
Battery low alarm
Stand-by mode display
Talk mode display
Call prohibition
Direct call mode
Direct call number
Handset password
Handset receiver volume
Redial memory
On the base unit
-----------Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F0 ” is displayed,
then press OK .
3
Enter the handset password (p. 23).
-----------4
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
4
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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For Optional Multi-Unit Users
Operating More than One Handset
You can register and operate up to 6
handsets at the base unit. Operating
more than one handset allows you to
have an internal call while
simultaneously conducting an
external phone call using another
handset.
Radio Range
H3
H2
H1
Ex. 6 optional handsets are added to a
base unit. Handset 1 is engaged in an
internal call with handset 3. Handset 2
is engaged in an external call.
H6
Base Unit
H4
H5
H: Handset
• The optional handset model number is KX-TCA101EB. The functions of the optional handset are the
same as those of the KX-TCD951EB handset.
• An optional charger, KX-TCA110EB, is available from your Panasonic dealer.
Operating More than One Base Unit
You can register and operate your handset at up to 4 base units.
Since each base unit forms a radio cell, you can extend the range or area in which you can
make/answer calls with the same handset by placing the base units in suitable locations. For example,
you can use a handset in different radio areas, such as at home or the office. However, calls in
progress are cancelled when the unit moves to another radio area.
Ex. 3 optional KX-TCA101EB handsets
are added to 2 base units.
H2
H1
H4
B2
B1
H3
H5
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Registration
Registering a Handset in the Base Unit
You must register the handset in the base unit before use.
• Charge the optional handset batteries for about 4 hours before initial use.
• Make sure that the power is ON (p. 12) and the unit is in the stand-by mode.
• Register the handset number within 1 minute. If not registered within 1 minute, press PROG on
the handset to cancel the programming mode. Then start again from step 1.
1
2
Handset:
Press PROG .
3
Press G or F until “F7 i ” is displayed.
4
Press OK .
• The available base unit numbers are
displayed.
5
Press the desired base unit number 1
to 4 .
• The number is assigned as the base unit
number for the handset.
• While the handset is searching for the
base unit, “ ” flashes across on the
display.
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
F7 io - - - 7
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
• The in use indicator (
) on the base
unit will go out.
• To register the handset in more than one
base unit, repeat from step 1 with the
other base unit(s).
• The base unit number which the handset is
currently in contact with can be displayed in
the stand-by mode (p. 34). Calls (both
incoming and outgoing) can be conducted only
via the displayed base unit (even if the radio
areas overlap with neighbouring base units).
Chapter 4
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6
Multi-Unit User Operations
Base unit where handset is to be
registered:
Press and hold
on the base unit
for more than 10 seconds until the in
use indicator (
) lights and a
confirmation tone sounds.
-
-
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Registration
Selecting the Base Unit Access
Automatic base unit access
The handset automatically selects a registered base unit.
• When the handset moves to another base unit radio area, it loses contact with the previous base unit
and automatically accesses the new base unit.
• If the handset is in the overlap area between several base unit radio areas, the handset will access a
base unit in the order of the base unit numbers.
Specified base unit access
You can only select one registered base unit (1 to 4) you want to operate.
• You can choose the base unit/telephone line where you can make/receive calls.
The factory preset is “Automatic base unit access”. To select the desired base unit, program as follows.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F i ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
• The current setting is flashing.
0: Automatic base unit access
1 to 4 (The registered base unit number):
Specified base unit access
Ex. Automatic base unit access is selected.
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4
Press G or F to select the desired
base unit number (1 to 4).
• You can press the desired base unit
number 1 to 4 .
• The selected base unit number flashes.
Ex. Base unit 1 is selected.
F i000 i234
32
5
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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Cancelling a Handset
Cancelling a base unit
Each handset can cancel itself or another
handset.
If another handset is out of range and/or its
power is OFF when “Cancelling a Handset”, the
previous base unit number will still remain in the
cancelled handset. Therefore, you need to
cancel the base unit registered in the cancelled
handset.
1
Press PROG then I NT .
2
Press 7 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F70 ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
4
Enter the handset password (p. 23).
Ex. Handset 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are registered.
70 i23456
4
• Registered base number(s) is(are)
displayed.
Enter the handset number(s) you want to
cancel.
Ex. Registered base units: 1, 2 and 4
• The selected handset number(s) flash(es).
Ex. Handset 6 is cancelled.
70 i23456
• If you misdial, press the number(s) again.
5
• The selected base unit number flashes.
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Press the cancelling base unit number
1 to 4 .
6
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Chapter 4
5
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Multi-Unit User Operations
• The current registered handset number(s)
is/are displayed.
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Selecting the Stand-by Mode Display
You can choose whether to display the currently connected base unit number, handset number or no
display while in the stand-by mode. The factory preset is the base unit number.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F3 i ” is displayed,
then press OK .
• The current setting is displayed.
1: Base unit number
2: Handset number 0: No display
3
Press G or F to select the desired
setting.
• You can press 1 , 2 or 0 to select
the setting.
4
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Ex. Handset number is selected.
F3 i0 i
[2]
Bell Selection
There are three choices for bell selection. When a call is being received:
— all handsets ring. “All handsets”
— the selected handset(s) ring(s). “Specified handset(s)”
— the selected handset rings first, then if it does not answer, all other handsets will ring. “First
handset”
The factory preset is “All handsets”. To change the bell selection, program as follows.
Selecting specified handset(s)
You can choose which handset(s) you want to ring.
1
Press PROG then I NT .
2
Press 1 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
• The current setting is displayed.
1: All handsets
2: Specified handset(s)
3: First handset
4
• The current registered handset number(s)
is/are displayed.
Ex. Handset 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are registered.
iu2 - i23456
5
Ex. All handsets is selected.
iu i
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Press 2 .
Enter the handset number(s) you want to
ring.
• The selected handset number(s) flash(es).
• If you misdial, press the number(s) again.
6
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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Selecting first handset
One handset will ring first, then all other
handsets will ring if the first handset is not
answered. You can choose which handset will
ring first and the ring count (1 to 6) until all
handsets ring. The factory preset is 3 rings.
Press PROG then I NT .
2
Press 1 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
• The current setting is displayed.
1: All handsets
2: Specified handset(s)
3: First handset
4
Press 3 .
• The current registered handset number(s)
is/are displayed.
5
Enter the handset number you want to
ring.
• The selected handset number flashes.
iu3 - i23456
• If you misdial, press the number again.
6
Press a dialling button 1 to 6 to
select the ring count.
8
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
• Even if you select “Specified handset(s)” or
“First handset”, calls can also be received on
the handsets which do not ring.
Selecting all handsets
When a call is received, all handsets will ring at
the same time.
1
Press PROG then INT .
2
Press 1 .
3
Enter the base unit password (p. 23).
4
Press 1 .
5
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
Chapter 4
Ex. Handset 4 is selected.
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Multi-Unit User Operations
1
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Press PROG .
• The handset number is stored.
• The current ring count is displayed.
Ex. Ring count 3 is selected.
i03 - i23456 - 3
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Paging/Intercom
Paging All Handsets from the Base Unit
The base unit user can page all handsets.
1
Press
.
• All handsets will ring for 1 minute.
2
To stop paging, press
again or press
on one of the handsets.
Intercom between Handsets
A 2-way intercom is available between handsets.
Ex. Handset 1 is paging Handset 2.
1
2
Handset 1:
Press I NT .
4
Handsets 1 and 2:
To end the intercom, press
.
Handset 1:
Enter the desired handset number.
•“
” is displayed and the paged handset
rings.
[ i] - [ 2 ]
3
Handset 2:
When the unit rings, press
answer.
• The intercom duration is displayed.
888800 - 00 - 0 i
36
to
• Intercom calls can be conducted within the
radio area of the current base unit, but not with
units in neighbouring radio areas.
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Transferring a Call from One Handset to Another
The intercom can be used during a call, enablings you to transfer a call between handsets registered
to the same base unit.
Transferring a call using the
intercom
Transferring a call without the
intercom
Ex. Handset 1 is transferring a call to
Handset 2.
This feature enables you to transfer the call to
another handset without waiting for the paged
handset to answer.
1
3
Ex. Handset 1 is transferring a call to
Handset 2.
• The call is put on hold.
• You will hear an internal ring back tone
until the other handset is answered.
• If there is no answer, press I NT to
return to the call.
1
Handset 2:
When the unit rings, press
answer.
2
• The transfer is completed.
Handset 2 can answer the call.
OR
Ending the intercom:
Handset 1:
Press I NT .
• The call is put on hold.
Handset 2:
When the unit rings, press
answer the call.
to
• The transfer is completed.
• If the paged handset is not answered within 30
seconds, a ring tone sounds at the paging
handset. The paging handset can return to the
call by pressing
.
Chapter 4
Transferring a call:
Handset 1:
Press
.
to
Handset 1:
During a call, press INT and enter the
desired handset number. Then press
to transfer the call.
Multi-Unit User Operations
2
Handset 1:
During a call, press I NT . Then enter
the desired handset number.
• Handset 1 returns to the call.
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Paging/Intercom
Conference
During a call using the handset, you can make an intercom call to another handset and then combine
the calls together to establish a conference call between handsets registered to the same base unit.
1
Handset 1:
During a call, press I NT . Then enter
the desired handset number.
• The call is put on hold.
• If there is no answer, press I NT to
return to the call.
2
Handset 2:
When the unit rings, press
answer.
3
Handset 1:
Press 3 to establish a conference call.
4
Handset 1 or 2:
Press
to hang up the conference
call.
to
Setting the Call Waiting Tone
If an incoming call has been received during an intercom between handsets, a call waiting tone
sounds. You can choose whether or not this tone will sound. The factory preset is ON.
1
Press PROG .
2
Press G or F until “F24 ” is displayed.
3
Press OK .
• The current setting is displayed.
1: ON 0: OFF
Ex. ON
F24U i
4
Press G or F to select the desired
setting.
• You can press 0 or 1 to select OFF
or ON.
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5
Press PROG .
• A confirmation tone sounds and the
display will return to the stand-by mode.
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Replacing the Batteries
If “
” flashes after a few telephone calls even when the handset batteries have been fully
charged, it is time to replace the batteries with new ones. Remember to charge the new
batteries after replacement.
the power OFF to prevent memory
1 Turn
loss (p. 12).
Remove the cover by sliding while
pressing in the direction of the arrow,
then take out the batteries.
the batteries with new ones as
2 Replace
shown.
• When you finish, close the
handset cover and turn the
power ON (p. 12).
correctly (p. 11).
Ni-Cd battery: For about 4 hours
Ni-MH battery: For about 8 hours
Chapter 5
• Discard defective batteries as soon as possible. Defective batteries may leak into the unit.
• Please use only Panasonic P-03H or P-P03S batteries.
• If the rechargeable batteries are not inserted correctly, the handset will not work.
• At the end of its useful life, the Nickel-Cadmium battery must be disposed of properly.
• Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries (AAA size) are available.
Please use only Panasonic HHR-P03H batteries.
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sure to charge the new batteries fully
3 Bein order
to display the battery icon
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Replacing the Batteries
Caution:
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these instructions.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use only the batteries specified.
Do not use non-rechargeable batteries.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local waste management
codes for special disposal instructions.
5. Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause burns or
injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
6. Exercise care in handling the batteries in order not to short the batteries with conductive materials
such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The batteries and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns.
7. Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product only in accordance with the
instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
• Read “Important Notice Concerning the Correct Use and Charging of Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) Batteries” on
page 45.
Using the Belt Clip
You can hang the handset on your belt or pocket using the belt clip.
To remove the belt clip
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Before Requesting Help
Problem
Remedy
“
” flashes and an alarm tone sounds
when you press
.
• You are too far from the base unit. Move closer and
try again.
• Plug in the AC adaptor.
A busy tone sounds when you
press
.
• Another handset is in use.
You cannot dial.
• Check that the dialling mode selection is correct
(p. 13).
• The unit is in call prohibition mode. Cancel the mode
(p. 25).
• The dialled number is restricted. Cancel the number
(p. 26).
• Key lock mode is set. Cancel the mode (p. 20).
“
” flashes during a conversation and
the call is disconnected.
• The handset is out of range. Move closer to the base
unit and make the call again.
• Plug in the AC adaptor.
Static, sound cuts in/out, fades.
Interference from other electrical units.
• Locate the handset and base unit away from other
electrical appliances (p. 5).
• Move closer to the base unit.
The handset does not ring.
• Turn the power ON (p. 12).
• The ringer is set to OFF. Select the desired volume
level (p. 14).
The base unit does not ring.
• The ringer is set to OFF. Set to HIGH, MEDIUM or
LOW (p. 15).
Chapter 5
• Turn the power ON (p. 12).
• Check the settings (p. 9–15).
• Charge the batteries fully (p. 11).
• Clean the charge contacts and charge again (p. 11).
• Unplug the AC adaptor and turn the power OFF to
reset. Plug in the AC adaptor and turn the power ON.
Then try again.
• The handset has been cancelled or has not been
registered. Register the handset (p. 31).
• Re-install the handset batteries and try again.
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The unit does not work.
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Before Requesting Help
Problem
You cannot program function items such
as the dialling mode.
• Programming is not possible while the unit is in the
talk or intercom mode.
• Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
programming.
You cannot store a phone number in
memory.
• You cannot store a phone number while the unit is in
the talk or intercom mode.
• Do not pause for over 60 seconds while storing.
While programming function items or
storing numbers, the unit starts to ring.
• To answer the call, lift the handset or press
Start again from the beginning after hanging up.
does not function.
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Remedy
.
• The handset is too far from the base unit.
• The handset is engaged in an outside call. Wait until
the in use indicator (
) light goes out.
You cannot redial.
• Access numbers entered after pressing
will not
be included when redialling.
• If the last number dialled was more than 24 digits
long, the number will not be redialled.
The paged handset does not answer.
• The handset is not in the same radio area.
• The handset is engaged in an outside call.
• The handset has been cancelled or has not been
registered. Register the handset in the base unit
(p. 31).
While using the intercom, two tones
sound.
• A call is being received. To answer, press
twice.
The unit misdials when connected to a
PBX.
• Check the pause function (p. 19).
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Problem
Remedy
You cannot register the handset in the
base unit.
• The base unit has registered a maximum of
6 handsets or the handset has registered a
maximum of 4 base units.
• A wrong base unit password was entered. Enter the
correct password.
• There is interference from other electrical units.
Locate the handset and base unit away from them.
• You must finish registration within 1 minute after the
ringer tone sounds, or programming will be cancelled
(p. 31).
“
” flashes or the unit beeps every
15 seconds.
• Charge the batteries fully (p. 11).
You charged the batteries fully, but
“
” flashes.
• Clean the charge contacts and charge again (p. 11).
• Install new batteries (p. 39, 45).
The charge indicator (
goes out while charging.
• This is normal.
) light never
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01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
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Safety Instructions
Take special care to follow the safety suggestions listed below.
Safety
1) The unit should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operating
instructions or as marked on the unit.
2) When the unit is not used, turn the power off. When left unused for a long period of time, the base
unit should be unplugged from the household AC outlet.
Installations
Environment
1) Do not use this unit near water—for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, sink, etc. Damp
basements should also be avoided.
2) The unit should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators, cookers, etc. It also should not
be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 5°C or greater than 40°C.
Placement
1) Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
2) Care should be taken so that objects do not fall onto, and liquids are not spilled into, the unit. Do
not subject this unit to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
3) Place the unit on a flat surface.
For best performance
1) If noise prevents the conversation from being understood at the handset, move toward the base
unit to reduce the noise.
2) The handset should be used at the HIGH volume setting when it is difficult to hear the other party.
3) The handset should be fully recharged on the base unit when “
” on the display flashes.
4) The maximum calling distance may be shortened when the unit is used in the following places:
Near obstacles such as hills, tunnels, underground, near metal objects such as wire fences, etc.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.
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Adding Another Phone
This unit will not function during a power failure. To connect a standard telephone on the same line,
use a T-adaptor.
To B.T. Socket
T-Adaptor
Telephone Line Cord
Standard Telephone
Chapter 5
Batteries, due to their construction, undergo some wear and tear. The lifetime of a battery also
depends on correct maintenance. Charging and discharging are the most important factors. You
should take notice of the following to maintain the life of the battery as long as possible.
Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) batteries may experience a memory effect. If fully charged batteries are used
several times only for 15 minutes in the handset and then recharged, the capacity of the batteries
will be reduced to 15 minutes due to the memory effect. Therefore you should discharge the
batteries completely, i.e. use them in the handset until “
” on the display starts flashing.
Then recharge them as described in the manual. After the memory effect has occurred, it is
possible to achieve almost complete capacity of the Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) batteries by charging and
discharging several times one after another.
Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) batteries can also self-discharge. This self-discharge depends on the ambient
temperature. At temperatures under 0°C, the self-discharge will be the lowest. High humidity and
high temperatures support the self-discharge. Also long-term storage will lead to self-discharge. A
dead Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) battery should not be disposed of normally. They contain toxic heavy
cadmium (metal hydride) and therefore should be recycled.
Useful Information
Important Notice Concerning the Correct Use
and Charging of Ni-Cd (Ni-MH) Batteries
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Dear purchaser,
You have acquired a KX-TCD951EB, which is a product made in regard with
the European Standards for Cordless Telephones (DECT). DECT technology
is characterised by high-security protection against interceptions as well as
high-quality digital transmission.
This telephone was designed for a wide range of applications.
For example, this telephone can be used within a network of base units and
handsets, constituting a telephone system which:
• operates up to 6 handsets at one base unit
• allows an intercom between 2 handsets
• allows the operation of a handset at up to 4 base units, expanding the
communication radio area.
This telephone may be used for:
• operating several handsets
• operating at several base units
• connecting the base unit to a PBX.
Term Definitions
DECT
The abbreviation DECT means “Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications”.
Advantages of DECT
Excellent voice quality: Through sampling of digital signals DECT units
obtain nearly noiseless transmission.
High grade taping security: Based on digital transmission, DECT
conversations are well protected against unapproved monitoring.
Multi-Handset operation: To operate several handsets at the base unit, no
cable installation is required.
Interlink: Intercom conversation can be held free of charge between the
registered handsets.
Functions like a PBX: More than one operation can be performed at the
same time, like a PBX. eg., during an external call, an internal call or outside
call can be transferred to another handset.
Multi-Base station operation: More than one handset can be registered to
several base units, e.g., for private and office applications.
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Equipment Manufacturer’s Code (EMC)
For identification, this unit is prepared with an EM Code, which can be
applied to future operators in mobile networks.
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GUARANTEE
CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
This guarantee is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other
rights of consumer purchasers. If within the applicable guarantee period, the appliance
proves to be defective by reason of faulty design, workmanship or materials, we
undertake subject to the following conditions to have the defective appliance (or any part
or parts there of) repaired or replaced free of charge.
1. The appliance shall have been purchased and used solely within the UK and in
accordance with standard operating instructions and the technical and/or Safety
Standards required in the UK.
2. The appliance should be returned together with this guarantee and proof of date of
purchase promptly on being found defective at the purchaser’s risk and expense to
the authorised dealer from whom the appliance was purchased or to the nearest
authorised dealer. All enquires must be through such dealers.
3. This guarantee shall not apply to damage caused through fire, accident, lightning,
misuse, wear and tear, neglect, incorrect adjustment or repair, to damage caused
through installation, adaption, modification or use in an improper manner or
inconsistent with the technical and/or safety standards required in the country where
this appliance is used, or to damage occurred during transit to or from the purchaser.
4. If at any time during the guarantee period any part or parts of the appliance are
replaced with a part or parts not supplied or approved by us or of an objective quality
safe and suitable for the appliance, or the appliance has been dismantled or repaired
by any person not authorised by us, we shall have the right to terminate this
guarantee in whole or in part immediately without further notice.
5. The purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is for the
repair or replacement of the appliance or any defective part or parts and no other
remedy, including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of
whatsoever nature shall be available to the purchaser.
6. This guarantee shall not apply to cassette tapes, batteries and any other items of
limited natural life.
7. Our decision on all matters relating to complaints shall be final. Any appliance or
defective part which has been replaced shall become our property.
8. The guarantee period applicable to this product shall be 12 months.
Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Receipt No.
Date of Purchase
Model No. KX-TCD951EB
Serial No.
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0681
73/23/EEC
89/336/EEC
92/31/EEC
93/68/EEC
Sales Department:
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FP
Manufacturer:
Kyushu Matsushita Electric (U.K.) Ltd.
Pencarn Way, Duffryn, Newport, South Wales, NP10 8YE, United Kingdom
Printed in the United Kingdom
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WU0699MK2079
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