Panasonic KXT7536NE, KXT7533NE, KXT7531NE, KXT7550NE Operating instructions

Panasonic KXT7536NE, KXT7533NE, KXT7531NE, KXT7550NE Operating instructions

Digital Proprietary Telephones for Digital Super Hybrid Systems

Operating Instructions

KX-T7531

KX-T7533

KX-T7536

Model

KX-T7550

INT'

PROG.

R

4

GHI

7

PQRS

1

0

2

ABC

5

JKL

8

TUV

9

WXYZ

3

DEF

6

MNO

1

2

3

4

5

6

8

9

10

11

12

7

KX-T7536

Please read this manual before using the

Digital Proprietary Telephone.

Bitte lesen Sie diese Bedienungsanleitung, bevor Sie das Systemtelefon benutzen.

Veuillez lire ce manuel avant d’utiliser le téléphone-système numérique.

This manual corresponds to the Digital Super Hybrid Systems sold in the countries shaded in the map above.

Das vorliegende Handbuch gilt für Systemapparate von digitalen Teilnehmervermittlungsanlagen die in den auf der Karte aufgeführten Ländern vertrieben werden.

Ce manuel correspond aux autocommutateurs d’usagers vendus dans les pays ombrés sur le plan ci-dessus.

Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Telephone.

Accessories

When unpacking, check the following items.

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Telephone line cord RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR one

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Overlay (KX-T7531, KX-T7533, KX-T7536 only)RRRRRRRRR one

Note: In this manual, the suffix of each model number is omitted.

Caution

2

When using the KX-T7500 series, keep the following conditions in mind.

• If there is any problem, unplug the extension line and connect a known working phone. If the known working phone operates properly, have the defective phone repaired by a specified Panasonic Factory Service Centre. If the known working phone does not operate properly, check the Digital Super Hybrid System and the internal extension wiring.

• Keep the unit away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices such as fluorescent lamps and motors.

• The unit should be kept free of dust, moisture and vibration, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.

• Do not use benzine, thinner, or any abrasive powder to clean the cabinet. Wipe it with a soft cloth.

• Do not use any handset other than a Panasonic handset.

WARNING:

TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS

PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.

This Systemtelephone complies with the EU Standards requirements.

73 / 23 / EEC

89 / 336 / EEC

92 /31 / EEC

93 / 68 / EEC

“Electric devices for use within specified tension limits.”

“Electromagnetic compatibility” (basic standard)

“Electromagnetic compatibility” (amendment)

“Labelling”

The CE mark on this Systemtelephone certifies compliance with the above mentioned standards.

Contents

Location of Controls

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KX-T7536 RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 4

Getting Started

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Connection RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 6

Controlling the volume / adjusting the display contrast RRRRRRRRRR 6

Description of the symbols RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 7

Making Calls

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Calling RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 8

Speed dialling RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 8

One-touch dialling RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 8

Dialling the last number you dialled (Last Number Redial) RRRRRRRR 8

Receiving Calls

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Receiving calls RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 9

Handsfree answerback RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 9

Picking up a call for someone else (Call Pickup) RRRRRRRRRRRR 9

When the Dialled Extension is Busy/No Answer

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Reserving a busy line (Automatic Callback Busy) RRRRRRRRRRR 10

Leaving a call notification (Message Waiting) RRRRRRRRRRRRR 10

Calling Back

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When you receive a notification (Message Waiting) RRRRRRRRRR 11

Calling using the call log (Incoming Call Log) (KX-T7533/KX-T7536 only) R 11

During a Conversation

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Placing a call on hold RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 12

Transferring a call RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 13

Paging RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 13

Paging a person and transferring a call RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 14

Answering an announced page RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 14

Answering a call waiting RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 14

Useful Features

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Forwarding your calls (Call Forwarding) RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 15

Preventing others from disturbing you (Do Not Disturb [DND]) RRRRR 16

Three-party conversation (Conference) RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 17

Ringing tone selection for CO buttons RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 18

Storing numbers for One-touch dialling RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 18

How to Use the Display

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Using the Jog Dial RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 19

KX-T7531 RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 20

KX-T7533 RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 21

KX-T7536 RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 23

Storing in Speed Dialling

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Storing names and numbers at your extension for personal use RRRRR 25

Storing names and numbers in the system RRRRRRRRRRRRRR 27

Wall Mounting

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Installing the KX-T7545

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Features List

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3

Location of Controls

KX-T7531

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

KX-T 7531

SELECT MODE

SELECT

MODE

KX-T7533

Soft Buttons (S1 through S3)

KX-T 7533

LCD

(Liquid

Crystal

Display)

SHIFT

SHIFT

KX-T7536

FWD/DND

(Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb)

PROGRAM

LCD

(Liquid Crystal Display)

Soft Buttons

(S1 through S3)

Flexible Outside

(CO) Line Buttons

Function Buttons (F1 through F10)

SHIFT

INTERCOM

KX-T 7536

MESSAGE

CONFERENCE

SHIFT

INT

,

PROG.

R

1

GHI

4

PQRS

7

ABC

2

JKL

5

TUV

8

0

DEF

3

MNO

6

WXYZ

9

4

3

6

5

2

1

10

9

12

11

8

7

FLASH

PAUSE REDIAL

SP-PHONE

(Speakerphone)

Jog Dial

Microphone

TRANSFER HOLD

AUTO ANSWER/MUTE

\ The display and Microphone are not available for the KX-T7550.

4

AUTO DIAL/STORE

AUTO ANSWER/MUTE

AUTO ANSWER

is used to answer an intercom call automatically.

MUTE

is used to listen to the other party without them hearing you.

VOICE CALL/MUTE (KX-T7550 only)

VOICE CALL

is used to monitor an intercom call automatically.

AUTO DIAL/STORE

Used for speed dialling in the system or storing program changes.

CONFERENCE

Used to make a three-party conference.

FLASH

Used to disconnect the current call and make another call with holding the same outside line.

Flexible Outside (CO) Line Button

Used to make or receive an outside call, or access a feature if the button is assigned as a One-touch dialling button.

Function Button

Used to perform the displayed function or operation.

FWD/DND

Used to perform Call Forwarding or

Do Not Disturb.

HOLD

Used to place a call on hold.

INTERCOM

Used to make or receive intercom calls.

Jog Dial

Used to adjust the volume and the display contrast or select desired items for each functions.

MODE

MESSAGE

Used to leave a notification or call back the party who left the notification.

MODE

Used to set the display to access a feature.

PAUSE

Used to insert a pause in speed dial numbers or in other numbers.

PROGRAM

Used to enter and exit the programming mode.

REDIAL

Used to redial.

SELECT

SELECT

Used to select the displayed function or to call the displayed phone number.

SHIFT

SHIFT

Used to alternate the sub function on the display.

Soft Button

Used to perform the function or operation that appears on the bottom line of the display.

SP-PHONE

Used for the handsfree operation.

MONITOR (KX-T7550 only)

Used for handsfree dialling. You can monitor the party’s voice handsfree.

TRANSFER

Used to transfer a call to another party.

For KX-T7533 and KX-T7536 Users

Display

The display can be adjusted.

1

Press the

LCD ADJ

button.

2

Lift or put down the display.

LCD ADJ button

5

Getting Started

Connection

The telephone line cord (included)

Connect to a Digital Super Hybrid System (

PABX

).

Connect to a standard telephone jack ( ),

or parallel connections.

* 1

For more details about XDP,

consult with your dealer.

6

< Back view >

Controlling the volume / adjusting the display contrast

Speaker volume

1

2

Press the button.

direction.

SP-PHONE/MONITOR

Rotate the

* 2

Jog Dial

in the desired

Handset/Headset volume

1

Lift the handset. (Press the

SP-PHONE button for headset volume.)

2

Rotate the

Jog Dial

in the desired direction.

* 2

For KX-T7531 Users

Display contrast

While idle and on-hook

1

Press the

MODE

button six times.

Display: Contrast: 3

2

Rotate the

Jog Dial

in the desired direction.

*

2

Ringer volume

While idle and on-hook

1

Press the

MODE

button five times.

Display: Ringer: 3

2

Rotate the

Jog Dial

in the desired direction.

*

2

For KX-T7533 and KX-T7536 Users

Display contrast

While on-hook or during a conversation

1

2

Press the

Display:

CONT

Rotate the

(S1) button.

Contrast: 3

Jog Dial

desired direction.

* 2 in the

Ringer volume

While idle and on-hook

1

Press the

RING

(S2) button.

Display: Ringer: 3

2

Rotate the

Jog Dial

in the desired direction.

* 2

* 2

While rotating the Jog Dial, the display shows the volume or contrast level.

For KX-T7550 Users

Ringer volume

1

Adjust the

RINGER volume selector

lever to the desired setting.

<Side view of KX-T7550>

Description of the symbols

In this manual, many symbols are used. Some of the symbols are described below.

Off-hook

• Lift the handset.

or

• Press the SP-PHONE button.

or

• Press the MONITOR button. (To start talking, lift the handset.)

On-hook

• Replace the handset.

or

• Press the SP-PHONE button.

or

• Press the MONITOR button.

X Y

Press the desired number keys on the telephone.

Various tones are heard depending on the operation.

Helpful hints for the handsfree operation

• If the other party’s voice is difficult to hear;

Raise the sound level using the speaker volume control.

• If the other party has difficulty hearing you;

Lower the speaker volume.

• Absorbing echoes;

Use this unit in a room which has curtains and/or carpeting.

• To avoid missing part of the conversation;

If you and the other party speak at the same time, parts of your conversation will be lost. To avoid this, speak alternately.

7

8

Making Calls

Calling

To an extension extension no.

Off-hook.

Dial the extension number.

Talk.

To an external party

CO phone no.

Off-hook. Press an idle

CO button.

Dial the phone number.

Talk.

Speed dialling

Using a speed dial number stored in your telephone

Off-hook.

6

Dial 6 .

station speed dial no.

Dial the station speed dial number (0-9).

Talk.

To store numbers,

refer to page 25.

Using a speed dial number stored in the system

Off-hook. Press the

AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

system speed dial no.

Dial the system speed dial number.

Talk.

To store numbers,

refer to page 27.

One-touch dialling

To store numbers,

refer to page 18.

Off-hook.

Press the One-touch dialling button.

Talk.

Dialling the last number you dialled (Last Number Redial)

Off-hook.

Press the REDIAL button.

Talk.

Receiving Calls

Receiving calls

Off-hook.

Talk.

If your telephone rings,

• Lift the handset or press the

SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.

(Default: The ringing line is selected.)

• Press the rapid flashing green outside (CO) line button or rapid flashing INTERCOM button.

Handsfree answerback

You can answer an intercom call without lifting the handset.

The AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button light shows the current status as follows.

On:

Set

Off:

Not set

To set / cancel

While on-hook

Press the AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button.

Picking up a call for someone else (Call Pickup)

You can answer an incoming call that is ringing at another extension from your telephone. A call within your extension group can be picked up.

Off-hook.

4 0

Dial 40.

Confirmation tone

Talk.

9

When the Dialled Extension is Busy/No Answer

Reserving a busy line (Automatic Callback Busy)

You can receive a notification when a busy extension becomes free.

To answer the notification, lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. The called extension starts ringing automatically.

To set

When hearing a busy tone

C.BCK

6

OR

Dial 6 or press the C.BCK (S3) button.

* 1 Confirmation tone On-hook.

To answer and call

* 2

If you hear call back ringing

The extension is called automatically.

Off-hook.

* 1

The C.BCK (S3) button is only available for KX-T7533 and KX-T7536 users.

* 2

If you do not answer after four callback

rings, this feature will be cancelled.

Leaving a call notification (Message Waiting)

When the called extension is busy or does not answer, you can leave a notification to have the called extension call you back.

To leave a notification

When the called extension is busy or does not answer

Press the MESSAGE button.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

To cancel a notification

Off-hook.

7 0

Dial 700.

0 extension no.

Dial the extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

10

Calling Back

When you receive a notification (Message Waiting)

The MESSAGE button lights to let you know that a call has been received.

To check and select the party

(display telephone only) To call back

While on-hook

Press the MESSAGE button until the desired message appears.

Off-hook.

Press the

MESSAGE button.

Talk.

To clear all notifications

Off-hook.

7 0

Dial 700.

0 your extension no.

Enter your extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

Calling using the call log (Incoming Call Log)

(KX-T7533/KX-T7536 only)

If you do not answer a call, your telephone automatically records the incoming outside call information with the CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) service

*

. You can also record the existing call during a conversation or call back the logged numbers. To confirm or call back using the call log, refer to pages 22 (for

KX-T7533) and 24 (for KX-T7536).

* The CLIP service provides you with the caller’s telephone number.

For more details, consult with your dealer.

To record the information of an existing call

During a conversation

LOG

Press the LOG (S2) button.

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During a Conversation

Placing a call on hold

The corresponding outside (CO) line button or the INTERCOM button lights show the current status as follows.

Flashing green slowly:

Your held call

Flashing red slowly:

Another extension’s held call

Holding

Press the HOLD button twice.

* 1

Dial tone On-hook.

* 1

For KX-TD208 users, press the HOLD button once.

To retrieve a call at the holding extension

*

2

CO

OR

Off-hook.

Press the CO or INTERCOM button.

Talk.

To retrieve an outside call from another extension

*

2

CO

Off-hook.

Press the CO button.

Talk.

* 2

If a call is not retrieved within a specified time, you will hear an alarm as a reminder.

12

Transferring a call

Using the TRANSFER button

To an extension

Press the TRANSFER button.

Dial tone

extension no.

Enter the extension number.

*

1

Announce.

On-hook.

To an external party

* 2

CO phone no.

Press the TRANSFER button.

Dial tone Press the

CO button.

Enter the phone number.

*

1

Announce.

On-hook.

* 1

To retrieve the held call, press the TRANSFER button, corresponding Outside (CO) line button, or the INTERCOM button.

* 2

Transferring a call to an external party may be restricted by System Programming.

Through Paging

Refer to page 14, “Paging a person and transferring a call”.

Paging

You can make a voice announcement to all people in the office through the telephone speaker and external speaker at the same time.

Off-hook.

6 3

Dial 63 .

* 3

* 3

For KX-TD208 users, dial 630.

Confirmation tone Announce.

13

During a Conversation

Paging a person and transferring a call

During a conversation

Press the

TRANSFER button.

6 3

Dial 63 .

* 1

* 1

For KX-TD208 users, dial 630.

Confirmation tone

Announce and wait for an answer.

On-hook.

Answering an announced page

Through a telephone speaker

Off-hook.

4 3

Dial 43.

Through an external speaker

* 2

Confirmation tone

Off-hook.

4 4

+

external pager no.

Dial 44 and the external pager number.

Talk.

Confirmation tone

* 2

This is only available for KX-TD816/1232 users.

Talk.

14

Answering a call waiting

During a conversation, a call waiting tone occurs when an outside call is received or another extension is letting you know that another call is waiting. (Default: Cancel)

To set / cancel

Off-hook.

7

7

3 1 1

To set

3 1 0

To cancel

To set: Dial 7311.

To cancel: Dial 7310.

To talk to the new party

While hearing a tone

CO

OR

Press the HOLD button.

* 3 Press the CO or

INTERCOM button.

* 4

Confirmation tone On-hook.

* 3

If you terminate the current call,

disregard this step.

* 4

If both parties are extensions,

disregard this step.

Useful Features

Forwarding your calls (Call Forwarding)

You can have your incoming calls forwarded to another extension or external party.

All calls

All calls are forwarded to another extension.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

2 extension no.

Dial 2 and the extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

Busy

All calls are forwarded to another extension when your extension is busy.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

3 extension no.

Dial 3 and the extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

No answer

All calls are forwarded to another extension when you do not answer the call.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

4 extension no.

Dial 4 and the extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

Busy/No answer (BSY N/A)

All calls are forwarded to another extension when you do not answer or when your extension is busy.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

5 extension no.

Dial 5 and the extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

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Useful Features

To an outside (CO) line

All calls are forwarded to an external party. Some extensions may be restricted.

6 0 phone no.

#

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

Dial 60, the phone number and #.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

Follow Me (From)

All calls are forwarded to another extension which you set to receive your calls at the receiving extension.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

Cancelling (except Follow Me)

7 your extension no.

Dial 7 and your extension number.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

0

Dial 0.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

Cancelling Follow Me

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

8 your extension no.

Dial 8 and your extension number.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

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Preventing others from disturbing you (Do Not Disturb [DND])

During a meeting or when you are busy, you can refuse an incoming call. You can also forward an incoming outside call to another extension or operator.

Forwarding to another extension

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

1 extension no.

Dial 1 and the extension number.

Confirmation tone On-hook.

Forwarding to an operator

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

Refusing all calls

1 0

Dial 10.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

Cancelling

1

Dial 1 .

Confirmation tone On-hook.

Off-hook.

Press the FWD/DND button.

0

Dial 0.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

Three-party conversation (Conference)

You can add another party during a conversation.

Adding a third party during a conversation

Press the

CONFERENCE button.

third party’s no.

Enter the third party’s number.

* 1

Talk to the third party.

Press the

CONFERENCE button.

Confirmation tone

* 1

To add an external party, press an outside (CO) line button and dial the phone number.

To talk to one party by terminating the other Leaving a conference

CO

OR

Press the CO or INTERCOM button.

* 2

Confirmation tone On-hook.

* 3

* 2

This is only available for a combination of one extension and two outside (CO) lines or two extensions and one outside (CO) line.

* 3

If the other parties are both outside lines, they will be disconnected.

17

Useful Features

Ringing tone selection for CO buttons

You can select the desired ringer frequency for each outside (CO) line button.

To program

CO CO

Press the

PROGRAM button.

9 9

Dial 99.

Press the desired CO button twice.

tone type no.

Enter the tone type number

(1 through 8).

Press the

AUTO DIAL/

STORE button.

Press the

PROGRAM button.

Storing numbers for One-touch dialling

The stored number is dialled automatically by pressing an outside (CO) line button which is assigned as a one-touch dialling button.

To program

CO

9 9 2 desired number

Press the

PROGRAM button.

Dial 99.

Press the desired

CO button.

Dial 2.

Enter the desired number.

Press the

AUTO DIAL/

STORE button.

Press the

PROGRAM button.

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How to Use the Display

Using the Jog Dial

Using the display message and the Jog Dial, KX-T7531, KX-T7533 and KX-T7536 users can make a call or operate the features without programming the feature numbers. The displays used in this page are a KX-T7531.

Extension Dialling

Extension

You can make an intercom call using the directory.

Only items which have a name assigned are displayed in alphabetical order.

System Speed Dialling

System Speed

You can make a call to a party stored in the system using the directory.

Station Speed Dialling

Station Speed

You can make a call to a party stored in your telephone using the directory.

Items which have a name assigned are displayed by priority in stored order.

If a name is not assigned, the number is displayed.

System Feature Access

Feature Access

You can access the features which are displayed in alphabetical order.

*

* For more details about the accessible features, refer to your Digital Super Hybrid

System manual or consult with your dealer.

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How to Use the Display

KX-T7531

Operating the feature

1

Press the

MODE

button repeatedly to

set the display to the Jog Dial function

(the second to fifth displays).

MODE

< Initial Display >

1 J a n 1 0 : 1 0

< Seventh Display >

C o n t r a s t : 3

MODE

< Sixth Display >

R i n g e r : 3

MODE MODE

MODE MODE MODE

< Second Display >

S y s t e m S p e e d

< Third Display >

S t a t i o n S p e e d

< Fourth Display >

E x t e n s i o n

< Fifth Display >

F e a t u r e A c c e s s

System Speed

Dialling

Station Speed

Dialling

Extension

Dialling

System Feature

Access

2

Rotate the

Jog Dial

until the desired item

is at the arrow on

the display.

3

Press the

SELECT

button.

T o m J o n e s

SELECT MODE

A B S T M S G O f f

SELECT MODE

If a parameter is required, the feature name and parameter will flash.

4

Enter a parameter if required, or follow

the procedure for standard operation

(for System Feature Access only).

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KX-T7533

Operating the feature

1

Press the

SHIFT

button repeatedly to

set the display to the third display.

2

Select the desired feature.

*

Press the

STA

(S1) button

(for Station Speed Dialling).

Press the

EXT

(S2) button

(for Extension Dialling).

Press the

FEAT

(S3) button

(for System Feature Access).

System Speed

Dialling

Station Speed

Dialling

< Third Display >

1 Jan 15:00

S T A

E X T

F E A T

SHIFT

Extension

Dialling

System Feature

Access

3

Rotate the

Jog Dial

until

the desired item is at the

arrow on the display.

4

Press the

CALL

(S3) button

(for System Speed Dialling,

Station Speed Dialling and

Extension Dialling).

Press the

SEL

(S3) button

(for System Feature Access).

A n n P a r k e r

A l i c e

M E N U C A L L

B o b J o n e s

C a r o l

M E N U C A L L

A B S T M S G O f f

A B S T M S G O n 1 - 9

M E N U S E L

If a parameter is required, the feature name and parameter will flash.

5

Enter a parameter if required, or follow

the procedure for standard operation

(for System Feature Access only).

* Step 2 can be skipped for System Speed Dialling.

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How to Use the Display

Confirming and calling back using the call log

1

Press the

SHIFT

button to set

the display to the second display.

< Second Display >

1 Jan 15:00

O L D 7 N E W 5

SHIFT

2

Select the desired call log.

Press the

OLD

(S1) button to see the

confirmed information.

Press the

NEW

(S2) button to see

the unconfirmed information.

3

Press the

INFO

(S1) button to see the

information in detail.

Press the

NEXT

(S3) button to see

another caller’s information.

Pressing the INFO button provides you with more information.

• Once: sequence number/caller’s

name

• Twice: date/time/number of times

called

• Three times: outside line number

/outside line name

The sequence number and caller’s number are displayed.

01 :011111111

I N F O C L R N E X T

SHIFT

To see another caller’s information

4

Off-hook.

5

Press the

CALL

(S1) button.

05 :011223344

C A L L

SHIFT

22

KX-T7536

Operating the feature

1

Press the

SHIFT

button repeatedly to set

the display to the third display.

2

Select the desired feature.

*

Press the

STA

(S1) button

(for Station Speed Dialling).

Press the

EXT

(S2) button

(for Extension Dialling).

Press the

FEAT

(S3) button

(for System Feature Access).

System Speed

Dialling

Station Speed

Dialling

< Third Display >

1 Jan 15:00

Extension STA Speed

Features SYS Speed

Call Log

STA EXT FEAT

SHIFT

Extension

Dialling

System Feature

Access

3

Rotate the

Jog Dial

until the

desired item is at the arrow

on the display.

4

Press the

CALL

(S3) button

(for System Speed Dialling,

Station Speed Dialling and

Extension Dialling).

Press the

SEL

(S3) button

(for System Feature Access).

Or press the corresponding

buttons on the side of the display

(Function button).

Ronald

Zaydel

Adam

Alice

Ann Parker

Ann Parker

Beth

Bob Jones

Carol

Chris

Absent MSG Off

Absent MSG On (1-9)

C.Pickup Group

Call Park (0-9)

COS Primary (ext)

If a parameter is required, the parameter will flash.

5

Enter a parameter if required, or follow

the procedure for standard operation

(for System Feature Access only).

* Step 2 can be skipped for System Speed Dialling.

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How to Use the Display

Confirming and calling back using the call log

1

Press the

SHIFT

button to set

the display to the second display.

< Second Display >

2

Select the desired call log.

Press the Function button (

Call Log

)

to call a number previously dialled

(for the outgoing call log).

Press the

OLD

(S1) button to see the

confirmed call information you

received.

Press the

NEW

(S2) button to see the

unconfirmed call information you

received.

3

Press the

NEXT

to see another caller's

information.

*

(S3) button

Outside line number/name

Caller’s telephone number

Caller’s name

Date and time

Sequence number

/number of times called

1 Jan 15:00

Extension STA Speed

Features SYS Speed

Call Log

OLD7 NEW5

To see the confirmed information

SHIFT

To see the unconfirmed information

CO02:AB COMPANY

0102030405

Bob Jones

30 09:03

Seq01 2 Calls

CLR

To see another caller’s information

Call Log, Outgoing

To make a call using the call log (last five outside calls you dialled).

4

Press the corresponding button

on the side of the display

(for the outgoing call log).

Off-hook.

1234567890

111

0987654

000111222333

100200300400500

MENU CLR

5

Press the

CALL

(S1) button.

*

CO02:AB COMPANY

0102030405

Bob Jones

30 09:03

Seq01 2 Calls

CALL

* Step 3 and 5 can be skipped for the outgoing call log.

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Storing in Speed Dialling

Storing names and numbers at your extension for personal use

To store a phone number

Off-hook.

6 0

Dial 60.

9 9

Press the

PROGRAM button and dial 99.

station speed dial no.

Enter the station speed dial number (0-9).

phone no.

Enter the phone number.

* 1

#

Dial #.

Confirmation tone

On-hook.

*

1

*” and PAUSE can be also stored as digits.

To store a phone number

– For KX-T7531 and KX-T7533 users

*

2

To continue

Dial and enter the station speed dial number (0-9).

desired no.

Enter the desired number

(16 digits max.).

*

3

Press the

AUTO DIAL

/STORE button.

Confirmation tone Press the PROGRAM button.

– For KX-T7536 users

9 9

Press the PROGRAM button and dial 99.

Press the desired function button.

To continue

desired no.

Enter the desired number

(16 digits max.).

* 3

Press the

AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

Confirmation tone Press the PROGRAM button.

* 2

This is only available for KX-TD816/1232 users.

* 3

*”, “#”, FLASH, SECRET (INTERCOM) ,-(CONF) and PAUSE can be also stored.

25

Storing in Speed Dialling

To store a name

– For KX-T7531 and KX-T7533 users

*

1

To continue

9 9

Press the PROGRAM button and dial 99.

To continue

name

Enter the desired name

(10 characters max.).

* 2

Dial and enter the station speed dial number (0-9).

Press the

AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

Confirmation tone

MODE

OR

NEXT

Press the MODE or

NEXT (S3) button.

Press the

PROGRAM button.

– For KX-T7536 users

To continue

NEXT

name 9 9

Press the PROGRAM button and dial 99.

Press the desired function button.

Press the NEXT (S3) button and enter the desired name

(10 characters max.).

* 2

Press the

AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

Confirmation tone Press the PROGRAM button.

* 1

This is only available for KX-TD816/1232 users.

* 2

To enter characters, press 2 and rotate the Jog Dial to select the character. You can continue entering characters by pressing 2 and using the jog dial repeatedly.

To correct a wrong entry, press the TRANSFER button and enter the new one.

Example: To enter “Mike”

1

Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “M”.

2

Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “i”.

3

Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “k”.

4

Press 2, rotate the Jog Dial to enter “e”.

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Storing names and numbers in the system

As the stored numbers can be used by all of the users in the system, confirm the stored entries with other users.

To store a phone number

Press the

PROGRAM button.

Dial .

User Password

Enter the user password.

NEXT

0 0

Dial 001.

1

Press the NEXT

(S3) button.

speed dial no.

Enter the speed dial number (000-499).

*

1

desired no.

Enter the desired number.

Press the

AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

Confirmation tone

*

2

Press the HOLD button.

Press the

PROGRAM button.

To store a name

Press the

PROGRAM button.

Dial .

User Password

Enter the user password.

NEXT

0 0

Dial 002.

2

Press the NEXT

(S3) button.

speed dial no.

Enter the speed dial number (000-499).

* 1

desired name

Enter the desired name.

Press the

AUTO DIAL/STORE button.

Confirmation tone * 2

Press the HOLD button.

Press the

PROGRAM button.

* 1

100 speed dial numbers (00-99) can be stored in the KX-TD208.

* 2

You can continue entering the number/name by pressing the NEXT (S3) or

SP-PHONE button after the confirmation tone.

27

Wall Mounting

1

Remove the handset hook by pulling it up. Turn it around and re-insert it.

4

Insert the stand in the centre slots.

2

Remove the attached stand.

5

Mount the unit on the wall.

3

Turn it around 180 degrees.

To temporary place the handset down during a conversation

Hook it over the top edge of the phone as shown.

* The illustrations used in this page are a KX-T7536.

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Installing the KX-T7545

1

The KX-T7545 Add-on Key Module can be connected to your telephone.

The KX-T7545 has 12 CO buttons. These buttons are used to seize an outside line, make a call using one-touch dialling, or access certain features.

Open the cover.

SELECT

MODE

INT'

R

4

GHI

1

PQRS

7

0

8

TUV

2

ABC

5

JKL

3

DEF

6

MNO

WXYZ

9

PROG.

1

2

3

4

5

6

9

10

11

12

7

8

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

13

14

15

16

17

<KX-T7531 with a KX-T7545>

4

Close the cover.

A

Remove

A as shown.

2

Attach the KX-T7545 to your telephone with a screw.

* For wall mounting, pull up B as shown below.

B

3

Insert the cable into the connector.

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Features List

For the KX-TD816/1232 and KX-TD208

Operation Desired Function

Setting Absent

Message

¤

7 5 0

¤

message no.

¤

Account Code Entry

¤

4 9

¤

account code

+

#

¤

0

/

CO

¤

phone no.

Sending a Call

Waiting tone

2

¤

Forwarding a call

¤ ¤

All calls

2

¤

Busy extension no.

3

¤

extension no.

No answer

4

¤

extension no.

Busy / No answer

5

¤

extension no.

To an outside line

6 0

¤

phone no.

Follow Me

7

Cancel

¤

0 your extension no.

¤

Cancel Follow Me

8

¤

your extension no.

#

¤

Holding a call

Holding

¤ ¤

To retrieve a call at the holding extension

CO

¤ ¤

Holding

¤

To retrieve a call on exclusive hold

CO

¤ ¤

Holding a call exclusively

Parking a call in the system

Picking up a call

Transferring a call

Call Waiting

Three-party conference

¤

5 2

¤

parking zone no.

¤

¤

4 0

¤

¤

extension no.

CO

to an extension

phone no.

to an external party

¤ ¤

Announce.

¤

7

7

3

3

1

1

1

0

Set

Cancel

¤

¤

third party’s no.

¤ ¤

Off-hook On-hook Feature number Talk

30

Desired Function

Do Not Disturb (DND)

Locking your extension

¤

¤

7

7

7

7

Operation

¤

Forwarding to another extension

1

¤

extension no.

Forwarding to an operator

1 0

Refusing all calls

1

Cancelling

0

¤

lock code lock code lock code

Lock

Unlock

¤

Clearing the setting

Message Waiting

¤

7 9 0

To leave a notification

¤

To cancel a notification

¤

7 0 0

To call back

¤ ¤

To clear all notifications

¤

7 0 0

¤

¤

extension no.

¤

¤

your extension no.

¤

Calling an operator

Paging

Connecting an SLT in parallel

Calling a pre-programmed party

¤

9

¤

¤

6 3

6 9 1

¤

6 9 0

To store

¤

7 4 2

To set / To cancel

7

¤

7

4 1

4 0

To dial

All extensions & external speaker

¤

Announce.

Set

Cancel

¤

¤

Set

phone no.

Cancel

¤

¤

#

¤

Speed dialling

(Station)

To set

¤

To dial

¤

6 0

6

¤

station speed dial no.

¤

phone no.

¤

¤

station speed dial no.

¤

Speed dialling

(System)

¤ ¤

system speed dial no.

¤

\ Some operations for the KX-TD208 are different from the KX-TD816/1232.

Refer to the next page.

#

¤

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Features List

For the KX-TD208

Desired Function

Calling an operator

¤

0

¤

Holding

Holding a call

¤

Holding a call exclusively

Holding

¤ ¤

Paging

Operation

To retrieve a call at the holding extension

CO

¤ ¤

To retrieve a call on exclusive hold

CO

¤ ¤

¤

6 3 0

All extensions & external speaker

¤

Announce.

32

For your future reference

DATE OF PURCHASE SERIAL NO.

(found on the bottom of the unit)

NAME OF DEALER

DEALER’S ADDRESS

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