Panasonic Cordless Telephone KX-TCD650E User manual

Panasonic Cordless Telephone KX-TCD650E User manual
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Model No:
KX-TCD650E
D igital C ordless P hone
Operating Instructions
& Quick Guide
Centre Page Pullout
Safety Information . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Telephone . . . . . . .
Additional Features . . . . . . . .
Handset Settings . . . . . . . . . .
Base Unit Settings . . . . . . . . .
Initial Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
For Optional Multi Unit Users
Before Requesting Help . . . . .
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Caller ID compatible
Please read before use and save
Charge the batteries for approx. 15 hours before initial use
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General Safety
Battery Caution
Only use the power supply included
with the product.
Use only specified batteries.
Only use rechargeable batteries.
Do not connect the AC Adaptor to any
AC outlet other than the
standard AC220-240V.
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire,
they may explode. Check local waste
management codes for special
disposal instructions.
The apparatus is approved for use
with PQLV19E power supply.
This apparatus is unable to make
emergency telephone calls under the
following conditions:
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.
The portable handset batteries
need recharging, or have failed.
During a mains power failure.
When the Key Lock is set to
ON.
When the unit is in Direct Call
mode.
Do not open the base unit or handset
(other than to change the batteries).
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.
Charge the batteries provided in
accordance with the information
given in this operating guide.
This apparatus should not be used
near emergency/intensive care
medical equipment and should not be
used by people with pacemakers.
Care should be taken 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.
Accessories
(Included)
AC Adaptor
PQLV19E
1
Telephone Line
Cord
PQJA87S
1
Batteries (AA Size)
N4DH33B00001
OR
HHR-6P/2SA1
Battery Cover
PQKK10109Y6
Operating
Instructions
QUQX00018Z
2 batteries
Environment
Do not use this unit near water.
Safety Information
This unit should be kept away from
heat sources such as radiators,
cookers, etc. It should also not be
placed in rooms where the
temperature is less than 5oC or
greater than 40oC.
The AC Adaptor is used as the main
disconnect device, ensure that the AC
outlet is located / installed near the
unit and is accessible.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF
MOISTURE.
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Additional accessories are available
for purchase. Contact your
Panasonic Customer Care Helpline
for further details.
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Setting Up
Location
Insert the Batteries
For maximum distance noise-free
operation, place your base unit:
-Away from electrical appliances
such as TV, radio, personal
computer or another phone.
-In a convenient high and central
location.
Wall Mounting
Please ensure the batteries are
inserted as shown.
Connection
Plug in the AC adaptor and the
telephone line cord in order #, $, %.
WARNING:
DO NOT CONNECT THE
TELEPHONE LINE CORD TO
THE PHONE SOCKET & UNTIL
THE HANDSET IS FULLY
CHARGED.
This unit can be mounted on a wall.
Insert screws into wall. The centres
of the screw holes should be 6cm
vertically apart.
Connect the AC adaptor and the
telephone line cord.
Arrange the wires as shown, then
mount the unit.
6cm
6v
LINE
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Notice
Hook
The AC Adaptor must remain
connected at all times. (It is normal
for the adaptor to feel warm during
use).
Some features described in these
operating instructions/quick guide
are dependent upon subscription to
your Network provider (e.g
Caller ID).
Setting Up
Fasten the AC adaptor cord to
prevent it from being disconnected.
All features of this type
will be marked throughout the manual with this
icon .
Please note throughout this
operating instructions/quick guide
that the word “PRESS” is depicted
by this symbol Z.
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Battery Charging
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Replacing the batteries
If the Û icon flashes after a few
telephone calls even when the
handset batteries have been fully
charged, the batteries must be
replaced.
(Before Initial Use)
! The batteries must be charged
for approximately 15 hours
before initial use.
After the batteries have been
inserted into the handset, place the
handset in the powered up base unit.
(The telephone line cord must
not be connected to the
telephone socket at this time.
Please leave your standard
telephone connected until
battery charging is complete).
! Charge new batteries for
approximately 15 hours before
initial use.
(The telephone line cord must
not be connected to the
telephone socket at this time).
If the batteries are removed, the
battery icon is reset to Û (less
than 30% capacity). In this case,
even if fully charged batteries are fitted, the icon remains as Û until a
full charge cycle is complete.
On replacing the batteries, ensure
that the correct battery type is
selected (see ‘Handset Settings’).
The batteries are fully charged only
when Ò is flashing.
(After Initial Use)
When the battery icon flashes (and,
if programmed, battery low alarm
sounds), the handset should be
charged immediately because there
is little energy left in the batteries.
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Turning the Power ON/OFF
Turn Power ON
Battery Life
Using the Telephone
Battery life is dependent on use and
conditions but in general when using
fully charged Ni-MH batteries:
Talk time: 20hrs approx.
Standby time: 200hrs approx.
When using Ni-Cd batteries (based
on 800mA per hour)
Talk time: 12hrs approx.
Standby time: 100hrs approx.
(Times indicated are for peak performance)
The batteries reach peak performance
after several full charge / discharge
cycles.
The batteries cannot be overcharged
unless they are repeatedly removed
and replaced.
If battery life is shortened then
please check that battery and charge
terminals are clean.
For maximum battery life it is
recommended that the handset is not
recharged until battery icon flashes
Û).
(Û
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Z and hold ±.
When button is released, display
changes to the standby mode and a
confirmation tone sounds.
Turn Power OFF
From the standby mode, Z and
hold ± until a long tone sounds.
The display goes blank. If you put
the handset in the base unit, the
battery icon will display.
Answering Calls
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When the phone rings,
Z‰,K
K-I,N
N,J
J or L.
When an external call is incoming,
you can temporarily turn off the
handset ringer.
During an incoming call, Z and
hold U.È is displayed and the
handset ringing stops. (This function
will not work when the handset is on
the base unit or if an internal call is
incoming.)
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Making Calls
Dial the number.
After a few seconds, the call duration
is displayed. The dialled number is
stored in the redial memory.
When you are finished with the
call, Z±.
Alternatively, dial the number,
then Z‰. This procedure
allows you to edit / confirm the
number before dialling.
If you misdial, ZW.
If Î flashes and an alarm tone
sounds when you press ‰, move
closer to the base unit and try
your call again.
Setting the Receiver
Volume
During a phone call, Z S or U
to change the volume setting to
LOW (o), MEDIUM (oo) or HIGH
(ooo).
Handset Locator / Paging
Using this feature you can locate
a misplaced handset by paging.
ZÏ on the base unit.
All handsets ring for 1 minute.
ZÏ again orZ
Z‰ on (one of)
the handset(s) to stop ringing.
Redialling
Redialling the Last
Number Dialled
Z‰.
ZX.
The last number dialled displays and
is dialled.
Making a Call from the
Redial List
The last 10 numbers dialled are
stored.
From the standby mode ZX.
ZS or U to select number.
(To exit the redial list, Z±).
Z‰.
Caller ID Service
Caller ID is a service of your
Network provider and will only
operate if you have subscribed to
this feature.
After subscribing to Caller
ID, this phone will display
the callers information.
If your unit is connected to a PBX or
a telephone line that does not
support this service you will not be
able to use it.
Caller ID does not display caller
information while using the handset
for an intercom call. However, the
caller’s information will be stored to
the Caller ID List.
Making a Call from the
Caller ID List
The last 50 caller’s phone numbers
are stored in the order the calls were
received.
From the standby mode
ZS or U.
The newest number is displayed.
If there are no numbers stored in
the Caller ID list no item is
displayed.
ZS or U to select number.
ZU to scroll to previous calls
and S to the most recent calls.
Only the most recent call from
the same phone number is stored.
Only 12 digits of a phone number
are displayed. To display the
remaining digits of longer phone
numbers, ZC.
On selection Z‰.
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Z‰.
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Making a Call from the
Caller ID List (cont.)
I.
To add digits ZK-I
To clear digits ZW.
Either Z‰ to dial or to save
the number, ZY.
save speed is displayed.
ZY.
ZY to save.
After you have viewed a phone
number, answered the call or called
back the caller, “⁄” is added to the
caller’s number.
After viewing all new Caller ID
numbers, the call counter is reset to
zero.
To exit the Caller ID list Z±.
clear
(Clear a Number in the
List):
Caller ID List Menu /
Redial List Menu
ZV.
ZS or U to select yes (YES).
ZV.
cleared is displayed, a confirmation
tone sounds and the next number is
displayed. If you clear the last
number, no item is displayed.
You can save numbers from the
redial list/Caller ID list into speed
dial, edit or clear from memory.
From the standby mode ZX
(to access Redial list) or
ZS or U (to access Caller ID
list).
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all clear
ZS or U to select number
from list.
ZV.
save speed is displayed.
ZS or U to select a menu item
then follow the instructions
below.
Using the telephone
save speed
(Save a Number in the List
as a Speed Dial):
(Clear all Numbers in the
List):
ZV.
ZS or U to select yes (YES).
ZV.
A confirmation tone sounds and
cleared, then no item is displayed.
To exit the menu at any time,
Z±.
ZV.
Á is displayed.
ZY.
edit call no
(Edit a Number in the List):
ZV.
ZT or V to move the edit
point.
Digits are added or deleted to the left
of the flashing digit.
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Speed Dialling
Storing New Numbers
From the standby mode ZY.
new speed is displayed.
ZV.
Á and an index number 00 - 19 is
displayed.
*Enter a phone number (max 24
digits).
ZY.
saved is displayed. To enter another
number repeat from *.
If speed dial memory is full memory
full is displayed.
You can keep a record of your
Speed Dial numbers in the
reference table included in the
‘Quick Guide’.
Dialling Stored Numbers
ZÁ.
ZS or U to select number.
OR
Z00 - 19 to select index number
directly.
Z‰.
If you press W, or no digits are
entered for over 1 minute, speed
dial is cancelled.
Saving Numbers to Speed
Dial from Other Lists
Please reference “Caller ID List
Menu/Redial List Menu”.
Speed Dial List Menu
You can edit or clear a speed dial
number from memory or assign a hot
key to any speed dial number.
From the standby mode ZÁ.
ZS or U to select number
from list.
ZV.
edit is displayed.
ZS or U to select a menu item
then follow the instructions that
follow:
edit
(Edit the Speed Dial
Number):
ZV.
ZT or V to move the edit
point.
Digits are added or deleted to the left
of the flashing digit.
To add digits ZK - I.
To clear digits ZW.
ZY to save.
clear
(Clear a Speed Dial
Number):
ZV.
ZS or U to select yes (YES).
ZV.
cleared is displayed, a confirmation
tone sounds and the next number is
displayed. If you clear the last
number, no item is displayed.
hot key reg
(Register a Speed Dial
Number as a Hot Key
A - I):
Using the telephone
You can store up to 20 telephone
numbers in the handset.
ZV.
ZS or U to select a key from
1-9.
If a key has already been assigned as
a hot key, it will flash in the display.
ZV.
ZS or U to select yes (YES).
ZV.
The speed dial number is displayed
and a confirmation tone sounds.
To exit the menu at any time,
Z±.
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Hot Key
Dialling a Hot Key Number
You can assign the dialling buttons
A - I as hot keys. You can
choose 9 phone numbers from the
speed dial list (See “Register a Speed
Dial Number as a Hot Key”).
Z and hold a key A - I.
The number stored with that key is
displayed.
ZS or U to view other numbers
stored.
Z‰ to dial.
Clearing Caller
Information from a Hot
Key
Z and hold a key A - I.
The number stored with that key is
displayed.
ZV. clear is displayed.
ZV.
ZS or U to select yes (YES).
ZV.
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Key Lock
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Dialling Pause
You can lock the handset dialling
buttons. Only incoming calls are
accepted while the key lock is ON.
Turn Key Lock ON
Z and hold Y until a beep sounds.
‘Ó’ is displayed and all dialling
buttons are locked.
! When the key lock is ON,
emergency calls cannot be made
until key lock is cancelled.
Turn Key Lock OFF
Z and hold Y until a beep sounds.
‘Ó’ disappears and key lock is
cancelled.
The key lock is also cancelled if the
handset is turned off.
Recall Feature
M is used to access special
telephone services. Contact your
Network provider for details.
If your unit is connected to a PBX,
pressing M allows you to access
some features of your host PBX such
as transferring an extension call
(Refer to ‘TBR’ in ‘Base Unit Settings’).
! This function is for PBX
line/long distance service users.
A dialling pause is used when a
pause in the dialling of the phone
number is necessary using a PBX or
accessing a long distance service.
(see “Select Pause Timing”).
For example, when 9 (line access
number) is dialled followed by a
pause to access an outside line
through a PBX:
ZI.
ZX. (‘p’ is displayed on the
LCD).
Enter telephone number.
Z‰.
Entering a pause prevents
misdialling when you redial or dial a
stored number.
Pressing X once creates one
pause. To extend the pause
requirement time, ZX
accordingly.
Additional Features
Call Waiting
Call Waiting is a service of your
Network provider and will only
operate if you have subscribed to this
service.
After subscription, your handset
displays a second caller’s phone
number while talking and a Call
Waiting tone is heard.
You can answer the second call,
keeping the first call on hold.
Please consult your
Network provider for
details of this service.
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Handset Settings
1
2
3
4
You can change the handset settings using a handset near the base unit.
Before proceeding with any of the main menu items listed in this chapter, the following procedure must initially be carried out:
From the Standby mode, ZV.
ZS or U to select setting hs (Setting Handset).
ZV.
ZS or U to select main menu items from below (see menus in shaded
text boxes):
To exit the menu at any time, Z±.
ZT or W to return to previous step during programming.
time alarm
ringer opt
(Alarm Settings):*
(Ringer Settings):
ZV.
ZS or U.
ZV.
ZS or U.
set time
ringer vol
(Set Time of Alarm):*
ZV.
ZK - I to enter time (4
digits) - 24 hour clock. Digits are
entered over the flashing digit.
To clear ZW.
ZY to save.
ZS or U to select once (Once),
repeat daily (Repeat Daily) or
off (Off).
ZV.
set alarm
(Select the Handset Ringer
Volume):
ZV.
ZS or U to select Ringer Volume.
The choices are 6 levels or OFF.
ZV.
ext ringer
(Select Ringer Pattern for
External Incoming call)*
To program see * below.
int ringer
(Set Alarm):
Handset Settings
ZV.
ZS or U to select once (Once),
repeat daily (Repeat Daily) or
off (Off).
ZV.
(Select Ringer Pattern for
Internal call)*
To program see * below.
paging
(Select Ringer Pattern for
Paging/Handset Locator tone)*
To Stop Alarm
When the alarm sounds, Z‰,
K - I, J or L.
Alarm stops and display returns to
the standby mode. If once is
selected, the setting is turned off.
When in talk or intercom mode the
alarm will not sound until the call is
ended.
* For this feature to work you must
first set the Clock (see “Base Unit
Settings”).
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To program see * below.
alarm
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(Select Ringer Pattern for
Alarm tone):*
* There are 20 patterns available for
each ringer option.
ZV.
ZS or U to select ringer
pattern.
ZV.
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Before programming, please follow steps 1 to 4 of ‘Handset Settings’.
tone opt
(Tone Settings):
ZV.
ZS or U.
! Time will only be displayed if
the clock has been set (see
“Base Unit Settings”).
talk mode
(Set Key Confirmation
Tone ON/OFF)*
To program see * below.
call waiting
(Set Call Waiting Tone
ON/OFF)*
To program see * below.
Call waiting tone sounds when an
incoming external call is received
during an intercom call.
range alarm
(Set Range Alarm ON/OFF)*
To program see * below.
Alarm will sound when you move out
of range of a base unit.
battery low
(Set Battery Low Tone
ON/OFF)*
* Program as follows
ZV.
ZS or U to select ON/OFF.
ZV.
(Select Talk Mode
Display):
ZV.
ZS or U to select from talk
time (Length of Call) or phone
no (Phone Number).
ZV.
call opt
(Call Options):
ZV.
ZS or U.
call bar
(Set Call Prohibition
ON/OFF):
This allows you to make emergency
and intercom calls only.
ZV.
Enter handset PIN (4 digits).
If the PIN is incorrect an error tone
sounds.
ZS or U to select on (On) or
off (Off).
ZV.
If on is selected, Ô is displayed.
Handset Settings
key tone
direct no
display opt
(Display Options):
ZV.
ZS or U.
standby mode
(Select Standby Mode
Display):
ZV.
ZS or U to select from bs no
(Base Unit number), hs no
(Handset Number), clock (Clock)
or off (Off).
ZV.
(Enter a Direct Call
Number):
After a Direct Call phone number
has been entered and Direct Call set
to ON, you can call the Direct Call
number only, by pressing ‰.
Incoming calls are accepted.
ZV.
Enter phone number.
ZY.
ZV to save the entered number.
ZS or U to select on (On) or
off (Off).
ZV.
If on is selected, Ë is displayed.
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Before programming, please follow steps 1 to 4 of ‘Handset Settings’.
battery type
set direct
(Set Battery Type Ni-MH /
Ni-Cd):
(Set Direct Call ON/OFF):
ZV.
ZS or U to select on (On) or
off (Off).
ZV.
If ON is selected, Ë is displayed.
Select the type of battery installed. If
the battery type selected is not the
same as the type of battery installed,
the battery level icons will not be correct.
ZV.
ZS / U to select ni-mh (Ni-MH)
or ni-cd (Ni-Cd).
ZV.
other opt
(Other Options):
ZV.
ZS or U.
registration
(Registration):*
ZV.
ZS or U.
hspin change
(Change Handset PIN):
Handset Settings
You can change the 4 digit password
for the handset. The factory preset is
0000.
ZV.
Enter current handset PIN (4
digits).
Enter new PIN (4 digits). (The
new PIN does not display).
Re-enter the new PIN. (If the PIN
is entered incorrectly, an error tone
sounds and display returns to
new pin ____.
! Once you have programmed the
password, you cannot confirm it.
We recommend you write down the
password. If you forget it, please
consult our Panasonic Customer
Care Helpline.
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register hs
(Registering a Handset to
a Base Unit)*
cancel base
(Cancelling a Base Unit)*
select bs
(Select Base Unit)*
*For information on registering
handset(s), cancelling and selecting
base unit(s), please refer to ‘For
Optional Multi-Unit Users’.
reset hs
auto talk
(Set Auto Talk ON/OFF):
If you set Auto Talk to ON, you can
answer the phone by lifting the
handset off the base unit.
ZV.
ZS or U to select on (On) or
off (Off).
ZV.
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(Reset the Handset
Settings):
You can reset all of the handset
settings to their initial factory settings (see ‘Handset Initial Settings’).
ZV.
Enter handset PIN (4 digits).
If PIN is correct, no is displayed.
ZS or U to select yes (Yes).
ZV.
cleared is displayed and display
returns to settings menu.
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Base Unit Settings
You can change the base unit settings using a handset near the base unit.
Before proceeding with any of the base settings listed in this chapter, the
following procedure must initially be carried out:
1
2
3
From the standby mode, ZV.
ZS or U to select setting bs (Setting Base).
ZV.
input code is displayed. From this display, follow the instructions after
each heading.
Please note: Where ‘Enter PIN’ is stated in this chapter, it refers to the 4 digit
Base Unit PIN. (The factory setting is 0000).
To exit the menu at any time, Z±.
To select all handsets to
ring
ZA.
Enter PIN.
ZA.
ZV.
To select specific
handset(s) to ring
ZA.
Enter PIN.
ZB.
ZA - F to select
handset(s).
The selected handsets will be
flashing.
ZV.
To select specific handset(s)
then all handsets to ring
The specific handset(s) will ring for a
selected number of rings. If not answered,
all handsets will ring.
ZA.
Enter PIN.
ZC.
ZA - F to select handset(s)
to ring.
ZV.
ZA - F to select number of
rings.
ZV.
Select Base Unit
Ringer Volume
ZB twice.
ZK (Off) or A - C to
select volume.
ZV.
Selecting Time Break
Recall (TBR) / Earth
Recall Mode (option)
The factory setting is time break
recall (TBR). If your PBX requires
earth recall mode, this can be added
at an extra cost. Please contact our
Customer Care Helpline for details.
Base Unit Settings
Ringer Mode
ZC.
Enter PIN.
ZB then B for earth mode
OR
ZB then A for time break
recall mode (TBR).
ZV.
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Before programming, please follow steps 1 to 3 of ‘Base Unit Settings’.
Select Pause Timing
Set Call Restriction
You can set the pause timing to 3 or
5 seconds, depending on your PBX
requirements (see “Dialling Pause”).
ZC.
Enter PIN.
ZC.
ZA to select 3 seconds
OR
ZB to select 5 seconds.
ZV.
Set the 4 - Digit Base
Unit PIN
You can change the 4-digit password
for the base unit. The factory preset
is 0000.
ZE.
Enter PIN.
Enter New PIN (4 digits) twice.
Base Unit Settings
If entered incorrectly, an error tone
sounds.
If entered correctly, a confirmation
tone sounds.
! Once you have programmed
the password, you cannot confirm it. We recommend you
write down the password. If
you forget it, please consult our
Panasonic Customer Care
Helpline.
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You can restrict selected handset(s)
from dialling selected phone
numbers. You can assign up to 6 call
restriction numbers (up to 8 digits).
ZF.
Enter PIN.
All registered handset numbers are
displayed.
ZA - F to select
handset(s) to restrict.
The selected handset(s) will flash.
ZV.
Enter a restriction number (max.
8 digits).
(If you misdial ZW).
ZY to confirm restriction
number.
To continue entering call restriction
numbers (max. 8 digits), enter the
number, then ZY.
On completion, ZY.
! If you dial a restricted
number, the call does not
connect and restricted number
flashes.
Cancel Call Restricted
Handset(s)
ZF.
Enter PIN.
ZA - F to select
handset(s) to cancel.
The selected handset(s) will stop
flashing.
ZV.
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A basic guide to operations & features.
Pull out centre pages for quick reference
Quick Guide &
Useful Information
Batteries
Insert the Batteries
Important!
Please ensure the batteries are
inserted as shown.
Charge the batteries for
approx. 15 hours before
initial use.
Batteries reach peak
performance after several full
charge/discharge cycles.
For further information on
batteries, please refer to main
Operating Instructions.
Network Dependent Features
Some features described in these Operating Instructions/Quick Guide are
dependent upon subscription to your Network provider (eg. Caller ID,
Call Waiting).
All features of this type will be marked throughout the
Operating Instructions/Quick Guide with this icon.
Contact Information
If you experience any problems with your product, please contact our
Customer Care Helpline (Monday - Friday 9:00am 5:30pm) on:
U.K. 08700 100076/R.O.I. 01289 8333
Order accessory items for all Communications Products with
ease and confidence either by telephoning our Customer Care
Helpline or by going online through our Internet Accessory
ordering service
: www.panasonic.co.uk
Most major credit and debit cards are accepted.
All enquiries, transactions and distribution facilities are provided
directly by Panasonic UK Ltd.
It couldn’t be simpler!
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Location of Controls
Handset controls
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Receiver
Function/OK Button
Talk Off/Power Button
Cancel Button
Intercom Button
Charge Contact
Display
Speed Dial Button
Talk Button
Navigator Key
Redial/Pause Button
Recall Button
Charge Contact
Microphone
Base unit controls
- Page button
Handset Display
Icon
Displays
Flashes
Î
Within range of a base unit
Out of range
Ï
Intercom mode
Paging or another unit pages the
handset

Making or answering calls
Outside call is received
Û
Less than 30% battery capacity
Û - Recharge battery
Ú
30% to 50% battery capacity
Ò
50% to 100% battery capacity
Ë
b
Ò - Fully charged
In Direct Call mode
Ô
In Call Prohibition mode
Â
In setting mode
È
Ringer tone temporarily OFF
Ó
Key Lock ON
Á
Speed Dial list/mode
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Quick Guide
Function
Action
Switch handset on / off
Z± until a confirmation tone sounds.
Answer a call
Z‰.
Make a call
Dial the number and Z‰.
Hang up
Z±.
Turn Key Lock on/off
ZY and hold for more than 2 seconds.
Redial last number
Z‰, ZX.
Store a number
ZY. ZV enter number, ZY.
Dial a stored number
ZÁ. ZS/U to select a number, Z‰.
Dial from the Redial List
ZX. ZS/U to select a number, Z‰.
Adjust Receiver volume
ZS/U during a call.
Call another handset
ZN then the handset number.
Transfer a call
ZN enter the handset number, Z±.
Three way call
ZN enter the handset number, ZC.
Dial from the Caller ID List
ZS/U to select a number, Z‰.
Á Speed Dial Reference Table
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
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Your Guide to the Display
Note: The LCD display of the handset can display up to 7 segments and each
character will be displayed as shown in the following table. Some characters will
be displayed in a different way; for example, the character M is displayed n.This
is not a defect of the handset display, it is simply the representation of the
characters used in this kind of display. The LCD descriptions listed below are
displays that do not show the correct letter form or are abbreviated descriptions.
The meanings of these displays have been added for your reference.
9
Display
Message
Display
Meaning
alarm
auto
auto talk
battery low
battery type
bs no
bs pin
call opt
call waiting
clock
direct no
display opt
edit call no
ext ringer
hs no
hs pin
hs pin change
Alarm
Automatic
Automatic Talk
Battery Low
Battery Type
Base Number
Base Unit Pin
Call Option
Call Waiting
Clock
Direct Number
Display Option
Edit a Call no.
External Ringer
Handset Number
Handset PIN
Change Handset
PIN
Register Hot Key
Internal Ringer
Key Tone
Memory Full
New Speed
New PIN
hot key reg
int ringer
key tone
memory full
new speed
new pin
d
Display
Message
ni-cd
ni-nh
no item
other opt
phone no
range alarm
register hs
ringer opt
ringer vol
reset hs
select bs
set alarm
set time
setting bs
setting hs
standby mode
talk mode
talk time
time alarm
tone opt
vol
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Display
Meaning
Ni-Cd
Ni-MH
No Item
Other Option
Phone Number
Range Alarm
Register
Handset
Ringer Option
Ringer Volume
Reset Handset
Select Base
Set Alarm
Set Time
Setting Base
Setting Handset
Standby Mode
Talk Mode
Talk Time
Time Alarm
Tone Option
Volume
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Before programming, please follow steps 1 to 3 of ‘Base Unit Settings’.
Cancel Call Restricted
Numbers
ZF.
Enter PIN.
ZV.
ZW to cancel number.
ZY.
Set the Clock
ZJ.
Enter a new time (4 digits) (24
ZK - I).
hour time) (Z
ZY.
! After a mains power failure the
clock needs to be reset.
Reset the Base Unit
You can reset all of the base unit
settings to their initial factory
settings. (see “Base Unit Initial
Settings”).
ZK.
Enter PIN.
ZY.
Base Unit Settings
! If the base unit is reset, the
Caller ID list will clear.
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Handset Initial Settings
To reset handset to initial settings refer to “Handset Settings”.
Function
Time Alarm Mode
Alarm Time
Handset Ringer Volume
Handset External Ringer Pattern
Handset Internal Ringer Pattern
Handset Paging Tone Pattern
Handset Alarm Tone Pattern
Key Tone
Call Waiting Tone
Range Warning Alarm
Battery Low Alarm
Standby Mode Display
Talk Mode Display
Call Prohibition Mode
Direct Call Mode
Direct Call Number
4 Digit Handset PIN
Auto Talk
Base Unit Access
Handset Receiver Volume
Redial Memory
Initial Setting
OFF
Clear
3
1
1
1
1
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Base Unit Number
Length of the Call
OFF
OFF
Clear
0000
OFF
Automatic Base Unit Access
2
All Clear
Base Unit Initial Settings
To reset base unit to initial settings refer to “Base Unit Settings”.
Initial Settings
Function
Ringer Mode
Number of Rings
Earth/Time Break Recall
Pause Timing
Call Restricted Handset(s)
Call Restriction Number(s)
Base Unit PIN
Base Unit Ringer Volume
16
Initial Setting
All Handsets
3
Time Break Recall
3 seconds
All Clear
All Clear
0000
Medium
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Operating Additional
Handsets
Additional KX-A120E handsets are
available to purchase separately. Up
to 6 handsets can be registered to a
single base unit. Using additional
handsets allows you to have an
intercom call while simultaneously
on another handset conducting a call
to an outside line.
NOTE: Calls are disconnected
when the handset moves from one
radio cell to another.
Registering a Handset
to a Base Unit
The handset supplied with the base
unit is already registered. If an
optional handset is purchased, it must
be registered as follows.
Operating Additional
Base Units
You can register and operate your
handset with up to 4 base units. Each
base unit forms 1 radio cell. If the
individual bases
are linked to
the same
telephone
line
2
1
then
you can
extend
3
the operating
range of
the system
by positioning
the
bases so
that the
4
two radio
cells overlap. If the
5
handset is set to
Radio Cell AUTO base selection,
Eg.
in STANDBY MODE
Additional
the handset will
handsets
automatically swap to
(KX-A120E)
the second base if the
registered with range on the first base
2 base units. is exceeded.
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! Charge the optional handset
batteries for 15 hours before
initial use.
1
2
3
4
From the Standby mode, ZV.
ZS or U to select setting hs
(Setting Handset).
ZV.
ZS or U to select:
registration
(Registration):
5
ZV.
register hs
(Register Handset):
ZV.
Z and hold Ï on the base unit
for 10 seconds. A base registration
tone sounds.
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within 1 minute. If over 1 minute
Z± then restart registration.
ZS or U to select base 1-4
(base 1-4).
ZV.
Enter base unit PIN (4 digits factory preset is 0000).
ZV.
It is not possible to transfer calls
between bases (only between handsets
linked to the same base unit).
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When handset and base unit
connect a confirmation tone
sounds.
If handset registration is not
successful within 5 minutes, an
error tone sounds.
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Cancelling a Handset
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Selecting a Base Unit
Each handset can cancel itself or
another handset.
When auto (Automatic Base Unit
Access) is selected, if you move outside of the radio range of the current
base unit the handset automatically
searches for other registered bases.
When a specified base unit is selected,
the handset will access that base unit
only.
Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Registering
a Handset to a Base Unit”, then:
From the standby mode, ZV .
ZS or U to select setting bs.
ZV.
ZG when input code is
displayed.
Enter base unit PIN (4 digits).
ZA - F to select handset
to cancel.
ZS or U to select:
select bs
ZY.
(Select Base Unit):
Cancelling a Base
Unit
ZV.
ZS or U to select auto or a
specific base unit 1 -4 (only
registered base unit numbers are
displayed).
Follow steps 1 to 5 of
“Registering a Handset to a Base
Unit”, then:
ZV to confirm selection.
Calls (both incoming and outgoing), can
be conducted only via the selected base
unit, even if the radio cells overlap
with neighbouring base units.
ZS or U to select:
cancel base
(Cancel a Base Unit)
You can cancel any base unit that your
handset is registered to.
ZV.
Enter handset PIN (4 digits).
Intercom Between
Handsets
For Optional Multi-Unit Users
ZS or U to select base unit(s)
to cancel.
ZV to set selection.
Selected base number(s) flash(es).
You can use your handsets as a 2-way
intercom. For example, when Handset
1 calls Handset 2:
Handset 1-
ZV.
ZS or U to select yes (Yes) or
no (No).
ZV to confirm selection.
If selection was yes, cleared is
displayed briefly.
ZN. Ï blinks.
ZB (desired handset
number).
Handset 2 (ringing) ZO to answer.
Handset 1 and 2 Z± to end the call.
! Intercom calls can be conducted
within the radio cell of the current
base unit, but not with units in
neighbouring radio areas.
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Transferring Calls to
Another Handset
The intercom can be used during a
call to transfer an external call
between handsets that are registered
to the same base unit.
For example, when handset 1
transfers a call to Handset 2:
Handset 1 During the call, ZN.
Ï is displayed and the call is put on
hold.
ZB (desired handset
number).
A ring back tone is heard until
Handset 2 answers.*
Handset 2 (ringing) Z‰ or N to answer.
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Conference Calls
During a conversation in an external
call, you can make an intercom call
to another handset and then combine
the calls together to establish a
conference call:
Handset 1 ZN then
During the call,Z
ZB (desired handset
number).
The call is put on hold.
If there is no answer , ZN to
return to the caller.
Handset 2 (ringing) Z‰ or N to answer.
Handset 1 -
Handset 1 & Handset 2 -
ZC to establish the
conference call.
(Have conversation).
Handset 1 or Handset 2 -
Handset 1 -
Z± to end the conference call.
Z± to release the call for
transfer
OR
ZN to connect to external
caller again.
For Optional Multi-Unit Users
To transfer the call directly, without
speaking to the other handset:
Handset 1 Z± at *.
Handset 2 Z‰.
The transfer is complete.
If the transferred call is not
answered within 30 seconds,
Handset 1 will ring again. Z‰ to
answer the call.
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Before Requesting Help
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 has problems, then
please contact the customer service department of your Network provider. If it
operates correctly, then the problem is likely to be a fault in your apparatus. In
this case, contact your supplier for advice. Your Network provider may charge
you if they attend a service call that is not due to apparatus supplied by them.
Problem
NO LCD display in
handset.
Handset will not turn
on.
Possible cause
Solution
• Handset not turned on.
• Turn on power (pg. 4).
• Batteries not inserted.
• Insert x 2 rechargeable
batteries supplied (pg. 3).
• Place handset in base and
connect AC adaptor to base
and AC outlet (full charge
period 15 hrs).
• Clean charge / battery
contact and retry charge.
• Connect AC adaptor to base
unit and AC outlet.
• Register handset to base.
• Batteries not charged.
Batteries charge icon
not counting up.
• Dirty charge contact.
• Base not powered up.
Î icon flashing.
Handset busy tone
heard when ‰ is
pressed.
No dial tone.
Before Requesting Help
Cannot dial out.
Base unit will not
ring.
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• Handset not registered to
base.
• Handset out of range of
base.
• Handset out of range of
base.
• Another handset in use.
• Telephone line not
connected.
• Call prohibition mode set.
• Particular dialled number
is restricted.
• Key lock mode ON.
• Base ringer turned off.
Handset will not
ring.
• Ringer switched off.
Last number redial
does not work.
No Caller ID number
displayed.
• Number exceeded 24
digits.
• Service not supplied.
• Caller has withheld info.
Û icon flashes.
• Battery low.
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• Move handset closer to
base.
• Move handset closer to
base.
• Wait for other user to
complete call.
• Insert telephone cord to
network.
• Turn feature off.
• Remove number from call
restricted list.
• Turn key pad lock OFF.
• Set ringer to one of 3
volume levels (see “Base
Unit Settings”).
• Set ringer to one of 6
volume levels (see “Handset
Settings”).
• Redial manually.
• Caller ID service must be
arranged with Network
provider.
• Recharge batteries.
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Possible cause
Solution
• Delete unused base
registrations from handset.
• Max. number of bases
already registered to
handset.
• Max. number of handsets
already registered to base
unit.
• Wrong PIN number
entered (Default 0000).
Cannot register
handset to base.
• Delete unused handset
registrations from base.
• If PIN number is lost,
contact the Panasonic
Customer Care Helpline.
• Move base / handset away
from sources of electrical
noise ( e.g TV, radio ).
• Electrical noise in local
area.
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Technical Information
Specifications:
Number of channels:
Frequency range:
Duplex procedure:
Channel spacing:
Bit rate:
Modulation:
RF Transmission Power:
Voice coding:
Operating range:
Power source:
Power consumption, base unit:
Operating conditions:
Dimensions, Base Unit:
Dimensions, Handset:
DECT=(Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications).
GAP=(Generic Access Profile).
120 Duplex Channels.
1.88 GHz to 1.9 GHz.
TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access).
1728 kHz.
1152 kbit/s.
GFSK.
approx. 250mW.
ADPCM/32kbit/s.
Up to 300m outdoors (line of sight), up to
50 m indoors.
AC Adaptor 220-240 V AC~50/60Hz.
5 VA.
5o - 40oC, 20 - 80% relative air humidity (dry)
About 103mm x 122mm x 60mm x 180g
About 134mm x 46mm x 30mm x 85g
(without batteries)
About 2.3m
About 1.9m
Before Requesting Help
Standard:
Telephone line cord length:
AC adaptor cord length:
• Specifications are subject to change.
• The illustrations used in this manual may differ slightly from the original device.
Connections:
• The telephone will not work during a power failure.
We therefore recommend you use a standard telephone and T Adaptor to connect
this Digital Cordless Phone to the line. Your Panasonic Sales Shop can offer you
more information about connection possibilities.
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Index
AC Adaptor
Accessories
Additional
Base Units
Features
Handsets
Alarm Settings
Answering Calls
Auto Talk
Base Unit
connection
initial settings
PIN
reset
selection
settings
Batteries
caution
charging
insert
life
type
Battery Low Alarm
Index
Call Bar
Caller ID List
clear a number
clear all numbers
edit a number
making a call from
menu / redial list menu
save a number
Call Restriction
Calls
answer
finishing
hang up
making
redial
threeway
transferring
Call Waiting
Cancel a Base Unit
Cancel a Handset
Clear Speed Dial Number
Clock
22
2,3,20,21
2,a
17
9
17
10
4
12
3
16
14
15
18
13,14,15
2
4,a
3,a
4
12
11
11
6
6
6
5
6
6
14
4
5
c
5
5
c
19
9
18
18
7
15
Conference Calls
Connection
Controls Location
19
3
b
Dialling
pause
Direct Call Number
Display
guide
standby mode
talk mode
d
11
11
Earth Recall Mode
Edit Speed Dial Number
13
7
Guarantee
24
Handset
display
initial settings
locator
ON/OFF
paging
reset
ringer
tones
PIN
settings
Help
Hot Key Dialling
Helpline Number
9
11
11
16
5
4
5
12
10
11
12
10,11,12
20
8
2,12,14,a,21
Icons
Intercom
b
18
Key
lock
tone
c,9
11
Making Calls
from the redial list
from the caller ID list
from the speed dial list
Network Dependent features
5
5
5
7
3,a
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Index
10
12
11
11,12
9
4
11
5
14
4
Paging
Pause Timing
Power ON / OFF
Quick Guide
controls
display
icons
c
b
d
b
Range Warning Alarm
Recall
Receiver Volume
Redialling
Registering a Handset
Register Speed Dial Number
Reset Base
Reset Handset
Ringer Pattern
alarm
external
internal
paging
Volume
base unit
handset
Wall Mounting
19
9,13
11
11
11
11
19
13
10
3
11
9
5
5
17
7
15
12
10
10
10
10
Safety
Setting Up
Specifications
Speed Dial
clear speed dial number
dialling stored numbers
edit speed dial number
reference table
register speed dial number
saving numbers to speed dial
storing new numbers
Technical Information
Telephone Line Cord
Three Way Conversation
Time Break Recall (TBR)
Tone Option
battery low
call waiting tone
key tone
range alarm
Transferring a Call
2
3
21
7
7
7
c
7
7
7
Index
ON / OFF
alarm
auto talk
call prohibition
direct call
key lock
power
tones
21
2,3,21
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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 either the UK
or ROI 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 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.
Guarantee
Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
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Receipt No.
Date of Purchase
Model No. KX-TCD650E
Serial No.
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MODEL No. KX-TCD650E
Hereby, Kyushu Matsushita Electric (U.K.) Limited declares that this (KX-TCD650E) is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
A copy of the manufacturer’s declaration of conformity to the essential requirements of the
R&TTE Directive is available at the following web address: http://doc.panasonic-tc.de
For your future reference
Serial No.
(found on the bottom of the unit)
Date of purchase
Name and address of dealer
Customer Care Helpline Tel. No.: U.K. 08700 100 076
R.O.I. 01289 8333
1999/5/EC
0436
Technical specifications are subject to change.
Sales Department:
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FP
Kyushu Matsushita Electric (U.K.) Ltd.
Pencarn Way, Duffryn, Newport, South Wales, NP10 8YE, United Kingdom
Printed in Thailand
QUQX00018ZD LL0202LL204KP1
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