KX-TD308 Installation Manual
Panasonic Telephone Systems
Panasonic KX-TD308
http://www.voicesonic.com
Phone: 877-289-2829
Panasonic KX-TD308, KXTD308, TD308, T7420, T7425, T7431, T7433, T7436, T7220, T7230, T7235, T7250, T7130, T7020, T7030, T7050, T7055
Digital Super Hybrid System
Please read this manual before connecting the
Digital Super Hybrid System.
MODEL
KX-TD308
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TEM
POWER
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Model
KX-TD308, Digital Super Hybrid System.
System Components
Model
Description
Service Unit
KX-TD308
Digital Super Hybrid System (Main Unit)
Telephone
KX-T7420
Digital proprietary telephone
KX-T7425
Digital proprietary telephone
KX-T7431
Digital proprietary telephone with 1-line display
KX-T7433
Digital proprietary telephone with 3-line display
KX-T7436
Digital proprietary telephone with 6-line display
KX-T7220
Digital proprietary telephone
KX-T7230
Digital proprietary telephone with 2-line display
KX-T7235
Digital proprietary telephone with 6-line display
KX-T7250
Digital proprietary telephone
KX-T7130
Proprietary telephone with display
KX-T7020
Proprietary telephone
KX-T7030
Proprietary telephone with display
KX-T7050
Proprietary telephone
KX-T7055
Proprietary telephone
KX-TD30870
4-SLT Extension Expansion Card
KX-TD30891
Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card
KX-T30865
Doorphone
Optional
Equipment
System Components Table
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Attention
• Keep the unit away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices such
as fluorescent lamps, motors and televisions. These noise sources can interfere with the
performance of the Digital Super Hybrid System.
• This unit should be kept free of dust, moisture, high temperature (more than 40˚C /
104˚F) and vibration, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
• Never attempt to insert wires, pins, etc. into the vents or other holes of this unit.
• If there is any trouble, disconnect the unit from the telephone line. Plug the telephone
directly into the telephone line. If the telephone operates properly, do not reconnect the
unit to the line until the trouble has been repaired. If the telephone does not operate
properly, chances are that the trouble is in the telephone system, and not in the unit.
• Do not use benzine, thinner, or the like, or any abrasive powder to clean the cabinet.
Wipe it with a soft cloth.
WARNING
THIS UNIT MAY ONLY BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
WHEN A FAILURE OCCURS WHICH RESULTS IN THE INTERNAL PARTS
BECOMING ACCESSIBLE, DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY CORD
IMMEDIATELY AND RETURN THIS UNIT TO YOUR DEALER.
DISCONNECT THE TELECOM CONNECTION BEFORE DISCONNECTING THE
POWER CONNECTION PRIOR TO RELOCATING THE EQUIPMENT, AND
RECONNECT THE POWER FIRST.
THIS UNIT IS EQUIPPED WITH AN EARTHING CONTACT PLUG. FOR SAFETY
REASONS THIS PLUG MUST ONLY BE CONNECTED TO AN EARTHING CONTACT
SOCKET WHICH HAS BEEN INSTALLED ACCORDING TO REGULATIONS.
THE POWER SUPPLY CORD IS USED AS THE MAIN DISCONNECT DEVICE,
ENSURE THAT THE SOCKET-OUTLET IS LOCATED / INSTALLED NEAR THE
EQUIPMENT AND IS EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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Attention
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
When you ship the product
Carefully pack and send it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original
carton. Attach a postage-paid letter, detailing the symptom, to the outside of the
carton. DO NOT send the product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices. They
are NOT equipped to make repairs.
Product service
Panasonic Servicenters for this product are listed in the servicenter directory. Consult
your authorized Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.
The serial number of this product may be found on the label affixed to the bottom
of the unit. You should note the model number and the serial number of this unit
in the space provided and retain this book as a permanent record of your purchase
to aid in identification in the event of theft.
MODEL NO.:
SERIAL NO.:
For your future reference
DATE OF PURCHASE
NAME OF DEALER
DEALER’S ADDRESS
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Important Safety Instructions
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to
persons, including the following:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bathtub, wash
bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a
swimming pool.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided
for ventilation, to protect it from overheating, these openings must
not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on the bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat
register. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation
unless proper ventilation is provided.
7. This product should be operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply to your home, consult your dealer or local power
company.
8. This product is equipped with a three wire grounding type plug, a
plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a
grounding type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
grounding type plug.
9. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where the cord will be abused by people walking on it.
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Important Safety Instructions
10. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in
the risk of fire or electric shock.
11. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots
as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that
could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of
any kind on the product.
12. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product,
but take it to a qualified serviceman when some service or repair
work is required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause
electric shock when the appliance is subsequently used.
13. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
A.When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B.If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C.If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D.If the product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls, that are
covered by the operating instructions because improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to normal operation.
E.If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
14. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from
lightning.
15. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Telephone Company and F.C.C.
Requirements and Responsibilities
1. Notification to the Telephone Company
Customers, before connecting terminal equipment to the telephone network, shall
upon request of the Telephone Company, inform the Telephone Company of the
particular line(s) to which such connection is made, the F.C.C. registration number
(see the label on the bottom of the unit) and ringer equivalence number (REN) of the
registered terminal equipment.
The REN is useful in determining the quantity of devices you may connect to your
telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your telephone number is
called. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN’s of all devices connected to
one line should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you
may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should contact your local
telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area.
2. Connection to Telephone Line
This unit must not be connected to a coin operated line. If you are on a party line,
check with your local telephone company.
3. Incidence of Harm to the Telephone Lines
Should terminal equipment cause harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company shall, where practical, notify the customer that temporary discontinuance of
service may be required.
However, where prior notice is not practical, the telephone company may temporarily
discontinue service forthwith, if such action is reasonable in the circumstances. In
case of such unnotified temporary discontinuance of service, the telephone company
shall:
(a) Promptly notify the customer of such temporary discontinuance of service.
(b) Afford the customer the opportunity to correct the situation which gave rise to
the temporary discontinuance.
(c) Inform the customer of the right to bring a complaint to the Federal
Communication Commission pursuant to the procedures set out in Subpart E of
Part 68 of FCC Telephone Equipment Rules.
4. Compatibility of the Telephone Network and Terminal Equipment
(a) Availability of telephone interface information.
Technical information concerning interface parameters and specifications not
specified in FCC Rules, including the number of Ringers which may be connected to
a particular telephone line, which is needed to permit Terminal Equipment to operate
in a manner compatible with Telephone Company communications facilities, shall be
provided by the Telephone Company upon customer’s request.
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Telephone Company and F.C.C.
Requirements and Responsibilities
(b) Changes in Telephone Company Communications Facilities, Equipment, Operations
and Procedures.
The Telephone Company may make changes in its communications facilities,
equipment, operations or procedures, where such action is reasonably required in the
operation of its business and is not inconsistent with the rules and regulations in FCC
Part 68.
If such changes can be reasonably expected to render any customer Terminal
Equipment incompatible with Telephone Company Communications Facilities, or
require modification or alteration of such Terminal Equipment, or otherwise
materially affect its use or performance, the customer shall be given adequate notice
in writing, to allow the customer an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
Notify the Telephone Company
Installation must be performed by a qualified professional installer.
Before connecting this equipment to any telephone, call the telephone company and
inform them of the following:
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Telephone numbers to which the system will be connected
Make ............................................................... Panasonic
Model.............................................................. KX-TD308
FCC Registration No. .................................... found on the bottom of the unit
Ringer Equivalence No. ................................. 0.4B
Facility Interface Code ................................... 02LS2
Service Order Code ........................................ 9.0F
Required Network Interface Jack ................... RJ 14 C
Note :
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
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Telephone Company and F.C.C.
Requirements and Responsibilities
Caution:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
When programming emergency numbers and/or making test calls to emergency
numbers:
1. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call
before hanging up.
2. Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning hours or late
evenings.
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Introduction
This Installation Manual provides technical information for the Panasonic Digital Super
Hybrid System, KX-TD308. It is designed to serve as an overall technical reference for
the system and includes a description of the system, its hardware and software, features
and services and environmental requirements.
This manual contains the following sections:
Section 1, System Outline.
Provides general information on the system including system capacity and
specifications.
Section 2, Installation.
Contains the basic system installation and wiring instructions, as well as how to install
the optional cards and units.
Section 3, Features.
Describes all the basic, optional and programmable features in alphabetical order. It
also provides information about the programming required, conditions, connection
references, related features and operation for every feature.
Section 4, System Programming.
Provides step-by-step programming instructions for a proprietary telephone.
Section 5, List.
Lists tone/ring tone and default values of system programming.
Section 6, Troubleshooting.
Provides information for system and telephone troubleshooting.
NOTE
The following documents may be used in conjunction with this manual:
• User Manual for KX-TD308 System, DIGITAL Proprietary Telephones and Standard
Telephones.
• Programming Tables
The programming tables are designed to be used as a hard copy reference for entering
user-programmed data.
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Contents
Section 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Section 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
System Outline
System Highlights .............................................................................
Basic System Construction ..............................................................
Proprietary Telephones ....................................................................
Options...............................................................................................
1.4.1 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card (KX-TD30870) .................
1.4.2 Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card (KX-TD30891) .......
Specifications.....................................................................................
1.5.1 General Description.................................................................
1.5.2 Characteristics .........................................................................
1.5.3 System Capacity......................................................................
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Installation
Before Installation ............................................................................
Installation of the Main Unit ...........................................................
2.2.1 Unpacking ...............................................................................
2.2.2 Location of Interfaces..............................................................
2.2.3 Wall Mounting.........................................................................
2.2.4 Opening Front Cover...............................................................
2.2.5 Frame Ground Connection ......................................................
Connection.........................................................................................
2.3.1 System Connection Diagram...................................................
2.3.2 Outside Line Connection ........................................................
2.3.3 Extension Connection ..........................................................................
2.3.4 Telephone Connection.............................................................
2.3.5 Polarity Sensitive Telephone Connection ...............................
2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection ....................
2.3.7 External Music Source Connection.........................................
2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection......................................................
Installation of Optional Cards.........................................................
2.4.1 Location of Optional Cards .....................................................
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card /
Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection Card Installation ..................
2.4.3 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection...............................
Auxiliary Connection for Power Failure Transfer ........................
Closing the Front Cover...................................................................
Starting the System for the First Time ...........................................
System Restart ..................................................................................
System Data Clear ............................................................................
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Section 3
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Features
Absent Message Capability ................................................................
Account Code Entry ...........................................................................
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice.........................................................
Answering, Direct Outside Line.........................................................
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) ...............................................
Automatic Configuration....................................................................
Automatic Hold by CO Button...........................................................
Automatic Route Selection (ARS) .....................................................
Automatic Station Release..................................................................
Background Music (BGM).................................................................
Background Music (BGM) – External ...............................................
Bilingual Display................................................................................
Busy Lamp Field ................................................................................
Busy Station Signaling (BSS) ............................................................
Button, Direct Station Selection (DSS) ..............................................
Button, Flexible ..................................................................................
Button, Loop-CO (L-CO) ...................................................................
Button, Single-CO (S-CO) .................................................................
Buttons on Proprietary Telephones.....................................................
Caller ID .............................................................................................
CALL FORWARDING FEATURES – SUMMARY .........................
Call Forwarding – All Calls ...............................................................
Call Forwarding – Busy......................................................................
Call Forwarding – Busy / No Answer ................................................
Call Forwarding – Follow Me ............................................................
Call Forwarding – No Answer............................................................
Call Forwarding – to Outside Line .....................................................
Call Hold – Intercom ..........................................................................
Call Hold – Outside Line....................................................................
Call Hold, Exclusive – Intercom ........................................................
Call Hold, Exclusive – Outside Line ..................................................
Call Hold Retrieve – Intercom............................................................
Call Hold Retrieve – Outside Line .....................................................
Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection...................................
Call Log, Incoming.............................................................................
Call Park .............................................................................................
Call Pickup, Directed..........................................................................
Call Pickup, Group .............................................................................
Call Pickup, Outside Line...................................................................
Call Pickup Deny................................................................................
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F
Call Splitting.......................................................................................
CALL TRANSFER FEATURES – SUMMARY ...............................
Call Transfer, Screened – to Extension ..............................................
Call Transfer, Screened – to Outside Line..........................................
Call Transfer, Unscreened – to Extension ..........................................
Call Waiting ........................................................................................
Call Waiting from Central Office .......................................................
Class of Service (COS).......................................................................
Conference..........................................................................................
Conference, Unattended .....................................................................
Confirmation Tone..............................................................................
Consultation Hold...............................................................................
Data Line Security ..............................................................................
Delayed Ringing → Ringing, Delayed...............................................
Dial Tone, Distinctive.........................................................................
Dial Type Selection ............................................................................
Direct In Lines (DIL)..........................................................................
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)................................................
Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button → Button, Direct Station
Selection (DSS) .......................................................................
Directed Call Pickup → Call Pickup, Directed ..................................
Display, Call Information ...................................................................
Display, in Idle....................................................................................
Display, Self-Extension Number ........................................................
Display Contrast Adjustment .............................................................
Do Not Disturb (DND) .......................................................................
Do Not Disturb (DND) Override........................................................
Door Opener .......................................................................................
Doorphone Call ..................................................................................
Electronic Station Lockout .................................................................
Emergency Call ..................................................................................
End-to-End DTMF Signaling (Tone Through)...................................
Exclusive Hold → Call Hold, Exclusive – Intercom / Outside Line..
Executive Busy Override – Extension................................................
Executive Busy Override – Outside Line ...........................................
Extension Group .................................................................................
External Feature Access .....................................................................
EXtra Device Port (XDP) ...................................................................
Facsimile Detection ............................................................................
Flash .................................................................................................
Flexible Button → Button, Flexible ...................................................
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Flexible Numbering............................................................................
Floating Station ..................................................................................
Full One-Touch Dialing......................................................................
Group Call Pickup → Call Pickup, Group .........................................
Handset / Headset Selection ...............................................................
Handset Microphone Mute .................................................................
Handsfree Answerback.......................................................................
Handsfree Operation...........................................................................
Hold Recall .........................................................................................
Host PBX Access ...............................................................................
Intercept Routing ................................................................................
Intercom Calling .................................................................................
Last Number Redial → Redial, Last Number ....................................
LED Indication, Intercom...................................................................
LED Indication, Outside Line ............................................................
Limited Call Duration.........................................................................
Line Access, Automatic......................................................................
Line Access, Direct.............................................................................
Line Access, Individual ......................................................................
Line Preference – Incoming (No Line / Prime Line / Ringing Line) ...
Line Preference – Outgoing (Idle Line / No Line / Prime Line) ........
Live Call Screening (LCS) .................................................................
Lockout...............................................................................................
Log-In / Log-Out ................................................................................
Loop-CO (L-CO) Button → Button, Loop-CO (L-CO).....................
Manager Extension .............................................................................
Message Waiting.................................................................................
Microphone Mute ...............................................................................
Mixed Station Capacities....................................................................
Music on Hold ....................................................................................
Night Service ......................................................................................
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) ............................................
Off-Hook Monitor ..............................................................................
One-Touch Dialing .............................................................................
One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button...................................................
Operator ..............................................................................................
Operator Call ......................................................................................
Outgoing Message (OGM) .................................................................
Outside Line Connection Assignment................................................
Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing.............................
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PAGING FEATURES – SUMMARY ................................................
Paging – All ........................................................................................
Paging – External ...............................................................................
Paging – Group...................................................................................
Paralleled Telephone...........................................................................
Pause Insertion, Automatic.................................................................
Phantom Extension .............................................................................
Pickup Dialing ....................................................................................
Power Failure Restart .........................................................................
Power Failure Transfer .......................................................................
Privacy, Automatic .............................................................................
Privacy Release...................................................................................
Pulse to Tone Conversion ...................................................................
Quick Dialing .....................................................................................
Redial, Last Number...........................................................................
Redial, Saved Number .......................................................................
Remote Station Lock Control .............................................................
Reverse Circuit ...................................................................................
Ring Group .........................................................................................
Ringing, Delayed ................................................................................
Ringing, Discriminating .....................................................................
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons.............................................
Saved Number Redial → Redial, Saved Number...............................
Screened Call Transfer – to Extension
→ Call Transfer, Screened – to Extension ..............................
Screened Call Transfer – to Outside Line
→ Call Transfer, Screened – to Outside Line .........................
Secret Dialing .....................................................................................
Single-CO (S-CO) Button → Button, Single-CO (S-CO)..................
Special Display Features ....................................................................
Call Directory .....................................................................................................
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb......................................................................
Call Log, Outgoing .............................................................................................
System Feature Access Menu.............................................................................
Station Feature Clear ..........................................................................
Station Hunting...................................................................................
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) ......................................
Station Programming..........................................................................
Station Programming Data Default Set ..............................................
Station Speed Dialing .........................................................................
System Data Default Set.....................................................................
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Section 4
4.1
4.2
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System Programming with Personal Computer..................................
System Programming with Proprietary Telephone.............................
System Speed Dialing.........................................................................
System Working Report......................................................................
Time-Out, Variable .............................................................................
Timed Reminder .................................................................................
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call) ........................................
Toll Restriction ...................................................................................
Toll Restriction for Special Carrier Access ........................................
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry .............................
Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing..........................
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) ..............
Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail .................................................
Unattended Conference → Conference, Unattended .........................
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) ......................................................
Unscreened Call Transfer – to Extension
→ Call Transfer, Unscreened – to Extension ..........................
User Programming (Manager Programming).....................................
Voice Mail Integration ........................................................................
Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary Telephones ................
Volume Control – Speaker / Handset Receiver / Headset / Ringer ....
Walking COS ......................................................................................
Whisper OHCA ..................................................................................
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System Programming
General Programming Instructions................................................
4.1.1 Using Proprietary Telephones .................................................
4.1.2 Programming Methods............................................................
4.1.3 Entering Characters .................................................................
4.1.4 User Programming ..................................................................
4.1.5 Programming Example............................................................
Manager Programming....................................................................
[000] Date and Time Set ...................................................................
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set .........................................
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set.............................................
[003] Extension Number Set.............................................................
[004] Extension Name Set ................................................................
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment .............................................
[006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment ............................
[008] Absent Messages .....................................................................
[009] Quick Dial Number Set ...........................................................
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4.3
4.4
System Programming .......................................................................
[100] Flexible Numbering.................................................................
[101] Day / Night Service Switching Mode .....................................
[102] Day / Night Service Starting Time ..........................................
[103] Automatic Access Outside Line Assignment..........................
[105] Account Codes ........................................................................
[106] Station Hunting Type ..............................................................
[107] System Password.....................................................................
[108] Automatic Hold by CO / DSS Button .....................................
[110] Caller ID Code Set ..................................................................
[111] Caller ID Name Set .................................................................
[113] VM Status DTMF Set .............................................................
[114] VM Command DTMF Set.......................................................
[116] ROM Version Display .............................................................
[117] Voice Mail Number Assignment .............................................
[118] Voice Mail Extension Number Assignment ............................
[119] Voice Mail Extension Group Assignment ...............................
[120] User Password .........................................................................
[121] Walking COS Password ..........................................................
[124] Phantom Extension Number Assignment ...............................
[125] Area Code Assignment............................................................
[126] Caller ID Modification for Local Call.....................................
[127] Caller ID Modification for Long Distance Call ......................
[128] Internal Caller ID Extension Assignment ...............................
[129] Facsimile Transmission Extension..........................................
[148] Off-Hook Monitor ...................................................................
Timer Programming.........................................................................
[200] Hold Recall Time ....................................................................
[201] Transfer Recall Time ...............................................................
[202] Call Forwarding – No Answer Time.......................................
[203] Intercept Time .........................................................................
[204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time .......................................................
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time ......................
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time..........................
[207] First Digit Time .......................................................................
[208] Inter Digit Time.......................................................................
[211] Dial Start Time ........................................................................
[212] Call Duration Count Start Time ..............................................
[213] DISA Delayed Answer Time ..................................................
[216] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time......................................
[217] Timed Reminder Alarm Ring Time ........................................
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4.6
4.7
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[218] DISA AA Wait Time ...............................................................
[219] Call Park Recall Time .............................................................
TRS / ARS Programming ...............................................................
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialing ................................
[301]–[305] TRS Denied Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6...........
[306]–[310] TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6........
[311] Special Carrier Access Codes .................................................
[312] ARS Mode...............................................................................
[313] ARS Time................................................................................
[314]–[321] ARS Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8 ...........
[322]–[329] ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8 ....................................
[330] ARS Modify Removed Digit...................................................
[331] ARS Modify Added Number ..................................................
[332] Extra Entry Table Selection.....................................................
[333] TRS Entry Code Assignment for Extra Table .........................
[334] Emergency Dial Number Set...................................................
Outside Line Programming .............................................................
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment.....................................
[402] Dial Mode Selection................................................................
[403] Pulse Speed Selection..............................................................
[404] DTMF Time ............................................................................
[405] CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set .......................................
[406] Caller ID Assignment..............................................................
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day / Night ................................
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day / Night...............................
[411] Host PBX Access Codes .........................................................
[412] Pause Time ..............................................................................
[413] Flash Time...............................................................................
[414] Disconnect Time......................................................................
[415] CPC Signal Detection Outgoing Set .......................................
[416] Reverse Circuit Assignment....................................................
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment .............................................
COS Programming ...........................................................................
[500]–[501] Toll Restriction Level — Day / Night...........................
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit......................
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line..................................................
[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line.............................................
[505] Executive Busy Override ........................................................
[506] Executive Busy Override Deny...............................................
[507] Do Not Disturb Override.........................................................
[508] Account Code Entry Mode......................................................
[509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) .................................
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Extension Programming ..................................................................
[600] EXtra Device Port ...................................................................
[601] Class of Service.......................................................................
[602] Extension Group Assignment..................................................
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing
— Day / Night .........................................................................
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment
— Day / Night .........................................................................
[607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night ..........
[609] Voice Mail Access Codes ........................................................
[610] Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment.................
4.9 Resource Programming....................................................................
[800] SMDR Incoming / Outgoing Call Log Printout ......................
[801] SMDR Format .........................................................................
[802] System Data Printout...............................................................
[803] Music Source Use....................................................................
[804] External Pager BGM ...............................................................
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone..........................................
[806] Serial Interface (RS-232C) Parameters ...................................
[813] Floating Number Assignment .................................................
[815] DISA Built-in Auto Attendant ................................................
4.10 Optional Programming ....................................................................
[900] System Data Clear...................................................................
[990] System Additional Information...............................................
[991] COS Additional Information...................................................
Section 5
5.1
5.2
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Tone / Ring Tone ...............................................................................
Default Values ...................................................................................
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting ................................................................................
6.1.1 Installation...............................................................................
6.1.2 Connection ..............................................................................
6.1.3 Operation.................................................................................
6.1.4 Using the Reset Button............................................................
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Section 1
System Outline
This section provides general information on the system,
including system capacity and specifications.
1.1
System Highlights
System Capacity
Outside line
Extension
XDP
Basic
System
3
8
4
Module
Expansion
—
—
4
EXtra Device Port (XDP)
Four extension jacks in the KX-TD308 support the connection of a
digital proprietary telephone and a single line device. The two
devices per jack have different extension numbers and are treated
as two completely different extensions.
Paralleled Telephone Connection
Every jack in the system also supports the parallel connection of a
proprietary telephone and a single line device. They share the same
extension number and are considered by the system to be one
extension.
Super Hybrid System
This system supports the connection of digital and analog
proprietary telephones, and single line devices such as standard
telephones, fax machines, and data terminals.
Digital Proprietary Telephones (DPT)
The system supports nine different models of digital proprietary
telephones which cover the range from a monitor set to a large
display handsfree version.
Programming System
The system is programmed from a proprietary telephone.
Voice Mail Integration
The system supports Voice Processing Systems with in-band
DTMF signaling as well as DPT integration. The Panasonic Voice
Processing System provides automated attendant, voice mail,
interview and custom services.
Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
Automatically selects the pre-programmed least expensive route for
outgoing toll calls.
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System Outline
1.1
System Highlights
Caller ID
Allows the user to see the name or telephone number of a caller on
the telephone display before answering a call.
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
Ringing occurs over the external paging system; call can be
answered from any station.
Remote Station Lock Control
Allows an operator to lock an extension so that outgoing calls
cannot be made.
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Allows incoming calls to be distributed uniformly to a specific
group of extensions.
System Outline
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1.2
Basic System Construction
The KX-TD308 Digital Super Hybrid System has a basic capacity
of three outside lines and eight extensions. It is capable of
supporting Panasonic digital and analog proprietary telephone, and
single line devices such as standard telephones and fax machines.
To expand its capabilities the system can be equipped with optional
components or customer-supplied peripherals such as external
speaker and external music source (e.g., radio).
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S T EM
POWER
1-4
System Outline
1.3
Proprietary Telephones
The following Panasonic proprietary telephones are available with
this system.
Proprietary
Telephone
KX-T7420
KX-T7425
KX-T7431
KX-T7433
KX-T7436
KX-T7220
KX-T7230
KX-T7235
KX-T7250
KX-T7130
KX-T7020
KX-T7030
KX-T7050
KX-T7055
Note :
Description
Digital, speakerphone, 12 Flexible CO
Digital, speakerphone, 24 Flexible CO
Digital, 1-line display, speakerphone,
12 Flexible CO
Digital, 3-line display, speakerphone,
24 Flexible CO
Digital, 6-line display, speakerphone,
24 Flexible CO
Digital, speakerphone, 24 Flexible CO
Digital, 2-line display, speakerphone,
24 Flexible CO
Digital, 6-line display, speakerphone,
12 Flexible CO
Digital, monitor, 6 Flexible CO
1-line display, speakerphone, 12 Flexible CO,
12 PF
Speakerphone, 12 Flexible CO, 4 PF
1-line display, speakerphone, 12 Flexible CO,
4 PF
Monitor, 12 Flexible CO, 4 PF
Monitor, 3 Flexible CO, 3 PF
Flexible CO : Flexible CO button (programmable)
PF : Programmable Feature button
System Outline
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1.4
1.4.1
Options
4-SLT Extension Expansion Card (KX-TD30870)
Adds four eXtra Device Port extensions to jacks 5 through 8, for a
maximum of eight digital extensions plus eight single line device
extensions. The basic configuration already supports digital
proprietary telephones on jacks 5 through 8.
1.4.2
Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card (KX-TD30891)
This card supports the following:
Caller ID: Receives the Caller ID Service from the Central Office.
A specified standard telephone with Caller ID service
can display the information. Display proprietary
telephones can display caller’s information which has
been stored in the system according to the Caller ID
service.
Direct Inward System Access (DISA):
One of the system features. An outgoing message
greets the external caller and provides information so
that the caller can access extensions directly.
Facsimile detection:
When the system receives a facsimile transmission
signal by DISA, it automatically connects the specified
facsimile extension.
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System Outline
1.5
Specifications
1.5.1 General Description
System Capacity
Outside lines
Extensions
Control Method
CPU: 8 bit CPU
Control ROM: 768 KB, Control RAM 128 KB
Switching
Non Blocking PCM Time Sharing Switch
Power Supplies
Primary
Secondary
Dialing
Dial Pulse (DP) 10 pps, 20 pps, Tone (DTMF) Dialing, DTMF-DP
Connector
Outside lines
6-pin Modular Connector (RJ25C)
Extensions/Doorphone 50-pin (Amphenol 57JE series or the
equivalent)
Pager/Music Source EIAJ RC-6701 A plug (two-conductor
ø 2.5mm in diameter)
3 max.
8 max. (12 max. with eXtra Device Port,
16 max. with eXtra Device Port and 4-SLT
Extension Expansion Card)
120 VAC, 60 Hz (0.7 A)
Circuit Volt: +5V, +15V, +30V
Extension Connection Cable
Standard telephones
KX-T7420, KX-T7425, KX-T7431,
KX-T7433, KX-T7436, KX-T7220,
KX-T7230, KX-T7235, KX-T7250
KX-T7130, KX-T7020, KX-T7030,
KX-T7050, KX-T7055
1 pair wire (T, R)
1 pair wire (D1, D2) or
2 pair wire (T, R, D1, D2)
2 pair wire (T, R, D1, D2)
SMDR (Station Message Detail Recording)
Interface
Output Equipment
Detail Recording
Serial Interface (RS-232C) (D-SUB, 9-pin)
Printer
Date, Time, Extension Number, Outside
Line Number, Dialed Number, Call
Duration, Account Code, Caller ID, Ring
Duration, Timed Reminder
System Outline
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1.5
1.5.2
Specifications
Characteristics
Station Loop Limit
KX-T7420 / KX-T7425 / KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 /
KX-T7220 / KX-T7230 / KX-T7235 / KX-T7250 / KX-T7020 /
KX-T7030 / KX-T7050 / KX-T7055 / KX-T7130 .........40 ohms
Standard Telephone..................................600 ohms including set
Doorphone................................................20 ohms
Minimum Leakage Resistance
15,000 ohms
Maximum Number of Station Instruments per Line
1 for KX-T7420, KX-T7425, KX-T7431,
KX-T7433, KX-T7436, KX-T7220, KX-T7230,
KX-T7235, KX-T7250, KX-T7130, KX-T7020,
KX-T7030, KX-T7050, KX-T7055 or standard
telephone
2 by Parallel or eXtra Device Port Connection of a
proprietary telephone and a standard telephone
Ring Voltage
80 Vrms at 25 Hz depending on the
Ringing Load
Central Office Loop Limit
1,600 ohms max.
Environmental Requirements
0 – 40 °C / 32 – 104 °F, 10 – 90% relative humidity
Hookswitch Flash Timing Range
204 – 1,000 milliseconds
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System Outline
1.5
Specifications
1.5.3 System Capacity
Lines, Cards, Station Equipment
Item
Max. Quantity
Service Units
1
Outside Lines
3
Extension Jacks
8
Station Terminals
16
4-SLT Extension Expansion Card
1
Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection Card
1
Doorphone
1
Door Opener
1
External Pager
1
External Music Source
1
System Data
Item
Operators
Max. Quantity
2
System Speed Dialing
100
One-Touch Dialing
24 per extension
(proprietary telephone)
Station Speed Dialing
10 per extension
Call Park areas
10
Absent Messages
9
Toll Restriction Levels
8
Extension Groups
8
Class of Service levels
8
Message Waitings
16
UCD Groups
8
System Outline
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Section 2
Installation
This section contains the basic system installation and wiring
instructions, as well as how to install the optional cards and
units.
2.1
Before Installation
Please read the following notes concerning installation and
connection before installing the system and terminal equipment.
Safety Installation Instructions
When installing telephone wiring, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury
to persons, including the following:
1. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is
specifically designed for wet locations.
3. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the
telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
4. Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
Installation Precautions
This system is designed for wall mounting only. Avoid installing in
the following places. (Doing so may result in malfunction, noise, or
discoloration.)
1. In direct sunlight and hot, cold, or humid places. (Temperature
range: 0°C – 40°C / 32°F – 104°F)
2. Sulfuric gases produced in areas where there are thermal springs,
etc. may damage the equipment or contacts.
3. Places in which shocks or vibrations are frequent or strong.
4. Dusty places, or places where water or oil may come into contact
with the system.
5. Near high-frequency generating devices such as sewing machines
or electric welders.
6. On or near computers, telexes, or other office equipment, as well as
microwave ovens or air conditioners. (It is preferable not to install
the system in the same room with the above equipment.)
7. Install at least 1.8 m (6 feet) away from radios and televisions.
(Both the system and Panasonic proprietary telephones)
8. Do not obstruct area around the system (for reasons of maintenance
and inspection — be especially careful to allow space for cooling
above and at the sides of the system).
Wiring Precautions
Be sure to follow these instructions when wiring the unit:
1. Do not wire the telephone cable in parallel with an AC power
source, computer, telex, etc. If the cables are run near those wires,
shield the cables with metal tubing or use shielded cables and
ground the shields.
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2.1
Before Installation
2. If cables are run on the floor, use protectors to prevent the wires
from being stepped on. Avoid wiring under carpets.
3. Avoid using the same power supply outlet for computers, telexes,
and other office equipment. Otherwise, the system operation may
be interrupted by the induction noise from such equipment.
4. Please use one pair telephone wire for extension connection of
(telephone) equipment such as standard telephones, data terminals,
answering machines, computers, voice processing systems, etc.,
except Panasonic proprietary telephones (e.g. KX-T7433, KXT7436, KX-T7230, KX-T7235).
5. Unplug the system during wiring. After all of the wiring is
completed, plug in the system.
6. Mis-wiring may cause the system to operate improperly. Refer to
Section 6.1.1 “Installation” and Section 6.1.2 “Connection”.
7. If an extension does not operate properly, disconnect the telephone
from the extension line and then connect again, or turn off the
Power Switch of the system and then on again.
8. The system is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug. This is
a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet,
contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the purpose of the grounding-type plug.
9. Outside lines should be installed with lightning protectors. For
details, refer to Section 2.3.2 “Outside Line Connection – Installing
Lightning Protectors”.
Warning:
Static sensitive devices are used.
To protect printed circuit boards
from static electricity, do not touch
connectors indicated to the right.
To discharge body static, touch
ground or wear a grounding strap.
Warning: Static sensitive connectors
Installation
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2.2
2.2.1
Installation of the Main Unit
Unpacking
Unpack the box and check the items below:
Main Unit
AC Cord
Template
Screws (Wall Mounting)
Screw (Extension Connector)
Pager Connector
Music Source Connector
2.2.2
one
one
one
three
one
one
one
Location of Interfaces
Outside Line Modular Jack
Ground Terminal
Side View
Door Opener Jack
Reset Button
Extension /
Doorphone Connector
AC Inlet
Power Indicator
External Music Jack
Pager Jack
Cord Fastener
Serial Interface
Connector (RS-232C)
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Installation
2.2.3 Wall Mounting
This set is designed for wall mounting only. The wall where the
main unit is to be mounted must be able to support the weight of
the main unit. If screws other than the ones supplied are used, use
screws with the same diameter as the ones enclosed.
Mounting on Wooden Wall
Mounting on Concrete or Mortar
Wall
1. Place the template (included) on the wall
to mark the screw positions.
1. Place the template (included) on the wall
to mark the screw positions.
2. Drill holes and drive the anchor plugs
(user-supplied) with a hammer, flush to
the wall.
To the wall surface
Concrete Wall
Anchor Plug
Template
6.4 mm
(1/4 inch)
29 mm
(1 1/8 inch)
2. Install the screws (included) into the wall.
3. Install the screws (included) into the
anchor plugs.
Wooden
Wall
Drive the screw
to this position
Drive the screw
to this position
3. Hook the main unit on the screw heads.
4. Hook the main unit on the screw heads.
Installation
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2.2.4 Opening Front Cover
1. Loosen the screw.
2. Slide the front cover toward the right while pressing the
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y STEM
screw
Note
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Installation
The screw cannot be removed from the system.
mark.
2.2.5 Frame Ground Connection
IMPORTANT!!!
Connect the frame of the main unit to ground.
1. Loosen the screw.
2. Insert the grounding wire.
3. Tighten the screw.
4. Connect the grounding wire to ground.
screw
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TEM
To ground
In most of the continental United States, the ground provided by the “Third wire ground” at the
commercial power outlet will be satisfactory. However, in a small percentage of cases this
ground may be installed incorrectly. Therefore, the following test procedure should be
performed.
Test Procedure
1. Obtain a suitable voltmeter and set it for a possible reading of up to 250 VAC.
2. Connect the meter probes between the two main AC voltage points on the wall outlet. The
reading obtained should be 108-132 VAC.
3. Move one of the meter probes to the 3rd prong terminal (GND).
Either the same reading or a reading of 0 volt should be obtained.
4. If a reading of 0 volt at one terminal and a reading of 108-132 VAC at the other terminal is
not obtained, the outlet is not properly grounded.
This condition should be corrected by a qualified electrician (per article 250 of the National
Electrical Code).
5. If a reading of 0 volt at one terminal and a reading of 108-132 VAC at the other terminal is
obtained, then set the meter to the “OHMS/RX1” scale, place one probe at the GND Terminal
and the other probe at the terminal which gave a reading of 0 volt.
A reading of less than 1 ohm should be obtained.
If the reading is not obtained the outlet is not adequately grounded, see a qualified electrician.
Installation
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2.3
Connection
2.3.1
System Connection Diagram
3 Outside Lines
(Lightning Protectors)
to outside lines 1 through 3
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y ST EM
POWER
External Music Source
Doorphone
KX-T30865
Door
Opener
Amplifier
Speaker
Printer
or
Computer
Panasonic
8 Extensions
(two (two pair)
pair)
(one
pair)
Standard Telephone
KX-T7200 series digital
proprietary telephones
KX-T7400 series digital
proprietary telephones
(one
pair)
(one pair)
Pa
nas
oni
c
(two
pair)
(two pair)
nic
aso
Pan
Cordless Phone
Data Terminal
(one
pair)
(one
pair)
Voice Processing System
Note
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Installation
KX-T7000 series analog
proprietary telephones
KX-T7130 analog
proprietary telephone
Telephone Answering
Machine with Facsimile
• It is recommended that extension of jack 1 is a display proprietary
telephone.
• Parallel connection of telephones is possible. Refer to the Parallel
Telephone Connection in Section 2.3.4 “Telephone Connection”.
2.3.2 Outside Line Connection
Connection
1. Insert the modular plugs of the telephone line cords (6conductor wiring) into the modular jacks on the system.
2. Connect the line cord to the outside line jack and the terminal
board or the Central Office jack.
R: Ring
T3
T2
T1
R1
R2
R3
T: Tip
Outside Line 1
Outside Line 2
Outside Line 3
View of TEL Jack (Outside Line)
To Terminal Board or
Modular Jacks from
the Central Office
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2.3.2 Outside Line Connection
Installing Lightning Protectors
A lightning protector is a device to be installed on an outside line to
prevent a dangerous surge from entering the building and damaging
equipment.
A dangerous surge can occur if a telephone line comes in contact
with a power line. Trouble due to lightning surges has been
showing a steady increase with the development of electronic
equipment.
In many countries, there are regulations requiring the installation of
a lightning protector. A lightning strike to a telephone cable which
is 10 m (33 feet) above ground can be as high as 200,000 volts.
This system should be installed with lightning protectors. In
addition, grounding (connection to earth ground) is very important
for the protection of the system.
Recommended lightning protectors
• TELESPIKE BLOK MODEL TSB (TRIPPE MFG. CO.)
• SPIKE BLOK MODEL SK6-0 (TRIPPE MFG. CO.)
• Super MAX™ (PANAMAX)
• MP1 (ITW LINK)
Installation
CO
CO
Lightning
Protectors
CO
System
Terminal
Board
EXTN
Ground
Terminal
EXTN
TEL
EXTN
TEL
Frame Ground
Ground
CO:
Central Office (Outside line)
EXTN: Extension line
TEL: Telephone
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2.3.2 Outside Line Connection
Installation of an Earth Rod
Lightning
Protectors
CO
Grounding Wire
System
(Underground)
Rod
1)
2)
3)
4)
Installation location of the earth rod .............Near the protector
Check obstructions........................................None
Composition of the earth rod ........................Metal
Depth of the earth rod ...................................More than 50 cm
(20 inches)
5) Size of the grounding wire............................Thickness is more
than 16 AWG
Note
• The above figures are recommendations only.
• The length of earth rod and the required depth depend on the
composition of the soil.
Installation
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2.3.3 Extension Connection
Extension jacks 1 through 4 are for all kinds of telephones.
Extension jacks 5 through 8 are only for digital proprietary
telephones. To make extension jacks 5 through 8 usable for all
kinds of telephones, a 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card (KXTD30870) must be installed.
Telephone Wiring
The maximum length of the extension line cord (twisted cable)
which connects the system and the extension is as follows:
Diameter of the line Max. length
Standard Telephone
22AWG
1798m (5900 feet)
24AWG
1128m (3700 feet)
26AWG
698m (2290 feet)
Proprietary Telephone 22AWG
360m (1180 feet)
24AWG
229m (750 feet)
26AWG
140m (460 feet)
2 or 4-conductor wiring is required for each extension as listed
below. There are four pins for possible connection: “T”, “R”, “D1”
and “D2”.
T: Tip
D1: Low
R: Ring
D2: High
Telephone
Wiring
Standard telephones
1 pair wire (T, R)
Digital proprietary telephone
(e.g., KX-T7436, KX-T7235)
1 pair wire (D1, D2) or
2 pair wire (D1, D2, T, R) for eXtra Device Port
Analog proprietary telephone
(e.g., KX-T7030, KX-T7130)
2 pair wire (D1, D2, T, R)
Note
• If a KX-TD30870 is installed
Note the jack numbers for the facsimile and standard telephone which
have Caller ID service.
• If a telephone or answering machine with an A-A1 relay is connected to
the system, set the
A-A1 relay switch of the telephone or answering machine to the OFF
position.
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Installation
2.3.3 Extension Connection
Connection
1. Insert the 50-pin connector to the Extension Jack as shown.
2. Connect the wire cords to the appropriate connector pins and the
terminal equipment. Refer to the Telephone Wiring and Pin
Number Chart (page 2-14).
Connector type
50-pin (Amphenol 57JE
series or the equivalent)
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y ST EM
25
1
50
26
To the terminal equipment
Note
• To fix the Amphenol 57JE type (screw-attach type 50-pin connector) to
the Extension Jack. To attach the Amphenol 57JE type (plug) to the
connector, drive the accessory screw into the upper part. Fasten the
Amphenol cable with the cord faster.
Accessory screw
Amphenol 57JE type
Cord
faster
Installation
2-13
2.3.3 Extension Connection
Pin Number Chart
Pin no.
Cable Color
26
1
27
2
28
3
WHT-BLU
BLU-WHT
WHT-ORN
ORN-WHT
WHT-GRN
GRN-WHT
29
4
30
5
31
6
WHT-BRN
BRN-WHT
WHT-SLT
SLT-WHT
RED-BLU
BLU-RED
32
7
33
8
34
9
RED-ORN
ORN-RED
RED-GRN
GRN-RED
RED-BRN
BRN-RED
35
10
36
11
37
12
RED-SLT
SLT-RED
BLK-BLU
BLU-BLK
BLK-ORN
ORN-BLK
Note
2-14
Installation
EXTN. 1-4
Pin no.
Cable Color EXTN. 5-8/Doorphone
Jack
No.1
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
38
13
39
14
40
15
BLK-GRN
GRN-BLK
BLK-BRN
BRN-BLK
BLK-SLT
SLT-BLK
Jack
No.5
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
Jack
No.2
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
41
16
42
17
43
18
YEL-BLU
BLU-YEL
YEL-ORN
ORN-YEL
YEL-GRN
GRN-YEL
Jack
No.6
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
Jack
No.3
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
44
19
45
20
46
21
YEL-BRN
BRN-YEL
YEL-SLT
SLT-YEL
VIO-BLU
BLU-VIO
Jack
No.7
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
Jack
No.4
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
47
22
48
23
49
24
VIO-ORN
ORN-VIO
VIO-GRN
GRN-VIO
VIO-BRN
BRN-VIO
Jack
No.8
T
R
D1
D2
–
–
50
25
VIO-SLT
SLT-VIO
Doorphone
T
R
• The shaded pins are only available if a KX-TD30870 4-SLT Extension
Expansion Card is installed.
2.3.4 Telephone Connection
Proprietary Telephone Connection
Connect proprietary telephones as follows:
■ Analog Proprietary Telephone
Included telephone
line cord
→ Connect to a Digital Super Hybrid System
(TO EMSS).
■ KX-T7200 Series Digital Proprietary Telephone
Included telephone
line cord
→ Connect to a standard telephone jack,
Telephone Answering Machine, or FAX for
XDP or parallel connections (TO TEL).
→ Connect to a Digital Super Hybrid System
(TO EMSS).
Installation
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2.3.4 Telephone Connection
■ KX-T7400 Series Digital Proprietary Telephone
Included telephone
line cord
2-16
Installation
→ Connect to a Digital Super Hybrid System
(TO MAIN UNIT).
→ Connect to a standard telephone jack,
Telephone Answering Machine, or FAX for
XDP or parallel connections (TO TEL).
2.3.4 Telephone Connection
Parallel Telephone Connection
Any standard telephone can be connected in parallel with a
proprietary telephone as follows:
Method 1: Using a Modular T-Adaptor
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y ST EM
POWER
Modular T-Adaptor
(Panasonic KX-J66 or USOC RJA2X)
2-conductor wiring cord
Connect pins “T” and “R”.
4-conductor wiring cord
For a digital proprietary telephone:
Connect pins “D1” and “D2” only.
(“T” and “R” are not required.)
For an analog proprietary
telephone: Connect pins “T”, “R”,
“D1” and “D2”.
Proprietary Telephone
Standard Telephone
Installation
2-17
2.3.4 Telephone Connection
Method 2: For Digital Proprietary Telephones only
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TEM
POWER
4-conductor wiring cord
Connect pins “T”, “R”, “D1” and “D2”.
2-conductor wiring cord
Connect pins “T” and “R”.
<Back of the KX-T7400 Series DPTs>
To standard
telephone
DI
GI
TA
L
Pana
soni
c
To system
Standard Telephone
Digital Proprietary
Telephone
<Back of the KX-T7200 Series DPTs>
To standard
telephone
To system
LCD ADJ
PUSH
TO EMSS
Note
Feature References
2-18
Installation
TO TEL
• Not only a standard telephone but a single line device such as an
answering machine, a facsimile or a modem (personal computer) etc.
can be connected in parallel with a proprietary telephone.
• If a standard telephone with a Caller ID feature is connected in parallel,
the Caller ID feature will not function.
Section 3, Features
Paralleled Telephone
2.3.4 Telephone Connection
EXtra Device Port (XDP) Connection
A digital proprietary telephone and a standard telephone can be
connected to the same extension jack yet have different extension
numbers (eXtra Device Port feature). System Programming is
required for this jack.
Method 1
4-conductor wiring cord
Connect pins “D1” and “D2” only.
( “T” and “R” are for a standard
telephone.)
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TEM
POWER
2-conductor wiring cord
Connect pins “T” and “R”.
DI
GI
TA
L
Pana
soni
c
Digital Proprietary
Telephone
Standard Telephone
Method 2
Section 2.3.4 “Telephone Connection, Paralleled Telephone
Connection, Method 2: for Digital Proprietary Telephone only” is
also available for XDP connection.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[600] EXtra Device Port
Feature References
Section 3, Features
EXtra Device Port (XDP)
Installation
2-19
2.3.5 Polarity Sensitive Telephone
Connection
If your telephone is polarity sensitive, follow the procedure below:
1. Complete all the required extension wiring.
2. Confirm that dialing can be done from all the
extensions using a touch-tone telephone.
If dialing fails, the polarity between the
extension and the system must be reversed.
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S T EM
POWER
Extension
Central Office Line
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
9
0
#
6
3. Reverse as shown.
4. Unplug the system.
Reverse here
5. Connect all outside lines.
6. Confirm that dialing can be done on the
following extension using a tone telephone.
Extension (T, R) of jack 1•••Outside line 1
If dialing fails, the polarity between the
system and the outside line must be reversed.
7. Reverse as shown.
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S T EM
POWER
Extension
Central Office Line
Reverse here
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
1
8. Every time an extension telephone is
replaced, repeat the above procedure.
2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment)
Connection
One external pager (user-supplied) can be connected to the KXTD308 as illustrated below.
Use an EIAJ RC-6701 A plug (two-conductor,
ø 2.5mm in diameter).
• Output impedance: 600 Ω
Maximum length of the cable
AWG 18 – 22: Under 10 m (33 feet)
Paging Jack
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TE M
Speaker
Amplifier
Paging Equipment
Note
• To adjust the sound level of the pager, use the volume control on the
amplifier.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[804] External Pager BGM
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Background Music (BGM) – External Paging – External
Paging – All
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station
Installation
2-21
2.3.7 External Music Source Connection
One music source such as a radio (user-supplied) can be connected
to the KX-TD308 as illustrated below.
Insert the plug to the earphone / headphone
jack on the external music source.
Use an EIAJ RC-6701 A plug (twoconductor, ø 2.5mm in diameter).
• Input impedance: 8 Ω
Maximum length of the cable
AWG 18 – 22: Under 10 m (33 feet)
External Music Jack
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S T EM
External Music source
Note
• System Programming of music sources used for Music on Hold and
Background Music is required.
• To adjust the sound level of the Music on Hold, use the volume control
on the external music source.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[803] Music Source Use
[990] System Additional Information, Field (20)
Feature References
2-22
Installation
Section 3, Features
Background Music (BGM)
Music on Hold
Background Music (BGM) – External
2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection
A user-supplied printer or personal computer (PC) can be
connected to the system. These are used to print out or refer to the
SMDR call records and system programming data.
Connect the printer cable or the PC cable to the Serial Interface
(RS-232C) connector. The cable must be shielded and the
maximum length is 2 m (6.5 feet).
Serial Interface
(RS-232C) (9-pin)
Printer
or
Computer
Arrange cables so that the printer will be connected to the system
as shown in the chart on the following page.
The pin configuration of Serial Interface (RS-232C) Connector is
as follows:
Circuit type
Pin
no.
Signal name
EIA
CCITT
2
RXD
Received Data
BB
104
3
4
TXD
DTR
Transmitted Data
Data Terminal Ready
BA
CD
103
108.2
5
6
SG
DSR
Signal Ground
Data Set Ready
AB
CC
102
107
7
8
RTS
CTS
Request To Send
Clear To Send
CA
CB
105
106
Installation
2-23
2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection
Connection Chart for Printer / IBM Personal Computer with KX-TD308
If you connect a printer or an IBM-PC with a 9-pin cable, follow
the chart below.
System
9-pin Cable Printer/IBM-PC
Circuit
type
(EIA)
Signal
name
Pin
no.
Pin
no.
Signal
name
Circuit
type
(EIA)
BB
RXD
2
2
RXD
BB
BA
CD
TXD
DTR*
3
4
3
4
TXD
DTR
BA
CD
AB
CC
SG
DSR
5
6
5
6
SG
DSR
AB
CC
CA
CB
RTS*
CTS
7
8
7
8
RTS
CTS
CA
CB
* RTS (7-pin) and DTR (4-pin) are connected on the board.
If you connect a printer or a PC with a 25-pin cable, follow the
chart below.
System
2-24
Installation
25-pin Cable Printer/PC
Circuit
type
(EIA)
Signal
name
Pin
no.
Pin
no.
Signal
name
Circuit
type
(EIA)
BB
RXD
2
1
3
FG
RXD
AA
BB
BA
CD
TXD
DTR
3
4
2
TXD
BA
AB
CC
SG
DSR
5
6
20
7
DTR
SG
CD
AB
CA
CB
RTS
CTS
7
8
5
6
8
CTS
DSR
DCD
CB
CC
CF
2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection
Serial Interface (RS-232C) Signals
Frame Ground: FG
Connects to the unit frame and the earth ground conductor of the
AC power cord.
Transmitted Data: SD (TXD) ............................................(output)
Conveys signals from the unit to the printer. A “Mark” condition is
held unless data or BREAK signals are being transmitted.
Received Data: RD (RXD) .................................................(input)
Conveys signals from the printer.
Request to Send: RS (RTS)................................................(output)
This lead is held ON whenever DR (DSR) is ON.
Clear To Send: CS (CTS)...................................................(input)
An ON condition of circuit CS (CTS) indicates that the printer is
ready to receive data from the unit. The unit does not attempt to
transfer data or receive data when circuit CS (CTS) is OFF.
Data Set Ready: DR (DSR)................................................(input)
An ON condition of circuit DR (DSR) indicates the printer is ready.
Circuit DR (DSR) ON does not indicate that communication has
been established with the printer.
Signal Ground: SG
Connects to the DC ground of the unit for all interface signal.
Data Terminal Ready: ER (DTR) .....................................(output)
This signal line is turned ON by the unit to indicate that it is ON
LINE. Circuit ER (DTR) ON does not indicate that communication
has been established with the printer. It is switched OFF when the
unit is OFF LINE.
Data Carrier Detect: CD (DCD) .......................................(input)
The ON condition is an indication to data terminal (DTE) that the
carrier signal is being received.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[800] SMDR Incoming/Outgoing Call Log Printout
[801] SMDR Format
[802] System Data Printout
[806] Serial Interface (RS-232C) Parameters
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
Installation
2-25
2.4
Installation of Optional Cards
2.4.1
Location of Optional Cards
The location of the optional cards is shown below.
Precaution
To protect the printed circuit boards (P-boards) from static electricity, do
not touch parts on the P-boards in the main unit and on the optional cards.
Caller ID / DISA /
FAX Detection Card
Connector
Install Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection
Card, KX-TD30891.
This card enables the Caller ID, DISA and
FAX Detection features.
Front Cover is
open.
4-SLT Extension
Expansion Card Connector
2-26
Installation
Install 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card,
KX-TD30870.
This card adds four eXtra Device Port
extensions, for a maximum of eight digital
extensions plus eight single line device
extensions.
2.4.2
4-SLT Extension Expansion Card /
Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection Card Installation
One 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card (KX-TD30870) and one
Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card (KX-TD30891) can be
installed to the system.
4-SLT Extension Expansion Card adds four eXtra Device Port
extensions to jacks 5 through 8, for a maximum of eight digital
extensions plus eight single line device extensions. The basic
configuration already supports digital proprietary telephones on
jacks 5 through 8.
Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card supports the following.
Caller ID: Receives the Caller ID Service from the Central Office.
A specified standard telephone with Caller ID service can
display the information. Display proprietary telephones can
display caller’s information which has been stored in the
system according to the Caller ID service.
Direct Inward System Access (DISA):
One of the system features. An outgoing message greets the
external caller and gives information so that the caller can
access the extensions directly.
Facsimile detection:
When the system receives a facsimile transmission signal by
DISA, it automatically connects the specified facsimile
extension.
1. Loosen the screw.
Screw
DIGITAL SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM
POWER
2. Remove the cover by pressing both tabs and lifting up.
DIGITAL SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM
POWER
Installation
2-27
2.4.2
4-SLT Extension Expansion Card /
Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection Card Installation
3. Attach the optional card to the marked connector.
KX-TD30891
Do not touch this
static sensitive area.
KX-TD30870
4. Tighten the screws.
Screws
5. Replace the cover.
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Installation
2.4.3 Doorphone and Door Opener
Connection
One doorphone (KX-T30865) and one door opener (user-supplied)
can be installed.
The maximum cable length
The maximum length of the doorphone and door opener line cord
which connects to the system is as follows:
Diameter of the line Max. length
Doorphone
22AWG
180m (590 feet)
24AWG
113m (370 feet)
26AWG
70m (230 feet)
Door Opener
22AWG
180m (590 feet)
Installing the Doorphone
sonic
a
Pan
1. Loosen the screw to separate the
doorphone into two halves.
screw
2. Install the base cover to the wall with two screws.
Note
Two kinds of screws are included.
Please choose the appropriate one
depending on your wall type:
Type 1: When the doorphone plate has been
fixed to the wall.
Type 2: When you wish to install the
doorphone directly to the wall.
3. Connect the wires to the screws located in the front cover.
Connect the wires
to the pins (no.25 and 50) of
the extension connector.
(See the “Pin Number Chart”
on page 2-14.)
4. Secure both halves together and re-install the screw.
Installation
2-29
2.4.3 Doorphone and Door Opener
Connection
Connecting Door Openers
1. Loosen the screws on the terminal strip.
Y B R I D S Y S T EM
2. Insert the wires coming from the door opener into the holes and
tighten the screws.
DOOR
OPENER
To the door opener
Note
• We recommend using UL1015 twisted wire or the equivalent for wiring.
• The wire should be between 1.2 and 2.4 mm (3/64 - 3/22 inch) in
diameter including the coating.
D=1.2-2.4 mm (3/64-3/32 inch)
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night
Feature References
2-30
Installation
Section 3, Features
Door Opener
Doorphone Call
2.5
Auxiliary Connection for Power
Failure Transfer
Power Failure Transfer connects a specific standard telephone to a
selected outside line in the event of system power failure, as
follows:
Outside Line 1 – Extension (T, R) Jack 1
Connection of outside line 1 and the respective extension require
no auxiliary connection.
Note
Feature References
• In the event of a power failure, system memory is protected by a
factory-provided lithium battery. There is no memory loss except the
memories of Camp-on, Saved Number Redial, Last Number Redial,
Call Park and Message Waiting.
• The system changes the current connection to this connection
automatically when the power supply stops.
• If DC power is available from backup batteries if AC power fails, the
system does not change the current connection to the above connection.
Section 3, Features
Power Failure Transfer
Installation
2-31
2.6
Closing the Front Cover
1. Fasten all the cables and cords with the cord fastener.
2. Replace the cover and tighten the screw.
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S T EM
screw
3. Tie together all of the connected cords and attach them to the
wall so that the cords cannot be pulled out of the system.
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TE M
2-32
Installation
2.7
Starting the System for the First Time
Plug the AC cord into the system AC Inlet and an AC outlet.
(The power indicator lights.)
Avoid using the same AC outlet for office equipment and this
system. Use a dedicated AC outlet only.
CAUTION: The power supply cord is used as the main disconnect
device, ensure that the socket-outlet is
located/installed near the equipment and is easily
accessible.
AC Surge Protector
D I G I T A L S U P E R H Y B R I D S Y S T EM
POWER
134cm (52 1/16 inches)
Installation
2-33
2.8
System Restart
After starting the system, if the system does not operate properly,
restart the system.
Before restarting the system, try the system feature again to
confirm whether there definitely is a problem or not.
System Restart causes the following:
1. Camp-on is cleared.
2. Calls on Hold are terminated.
3. Calls on Exclusive Hold are terminated.
4. Calls in progress are terminated.
5. Call Park is cleared.
Other data is not cleared by System Restart.
1. Press the Reset Button with a pointed tool.
Reset Button
P E R H Y B R I D S Y S TEM
Notice
2-34
Installation
If the system still does not operate properly, please see Section 6.1.4
“Using the Reset Button”.
2.9
System Data Clear
After storing or changing the system programming data, it is
possible to clear your programming data stored in the system, if
required. The system will restart with the default setting.
1. Restart the system using program [900] “System Data Clear”.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[900] System Data Clear
Installation
2-35
Section 3
Features
This section describes every basic, optional, and
programmable feature in alphabetical order. It also provides
information about the conditions, connection references,
programming required, related features, and operation for
every feature.
A
3
Features
Absent Message Capability
Description
Once set, this feature provides a message on the display of the
calling extension to show the reason for the called extension’s
absence. Nine messages can be programmed as desired which are
available for every extension user. There are six pre-programmed
default messages. Setting or canceling a message can be done by
individual extension users but only callers with a display telephone
can view the message.
Conditions
• Six default messages, which are changeable, are shown below. The
“%” means a parameter to be entered when assigning a message at
individual extension.
(1) Will Return Soon
(2) Gone Home
(3) At Ext %%% (extension number)
(4) Back at %% : %% (hour : minute)
(5) Out Until %% / %% (month / day)
(6) In a Meeting
• An extension user can select only one message at a time. The selected
message is displayed every time the user goes off-hook.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[008] Absent Messages
[100] Flexible Numbering, Absent message
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Absent Message Capability
3-2
Features
3
A
Features
Account Code Entry
Description
An Account Code is used to identify incoming and outgoing
outside calls for accounting and billing purposes. The account code
is appended to the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) call
record. For incoming outside calls, account codes are optional. For
outgoing outside calls, there are three modes available to enter an
account code: Verified-All Calls mode; Verified Toll Restriction
Override mode; and Option mode. One mode is selected for each
extension on a Class of Service basis.
In Verified-All Calls mode, the user must always enter a preassigned account code when making any of the following calls
unless it has previously been stored in memory.
• Call Forwarding – to Outside Line • Pickup Dialing
• Last Number Redial
• Saved Number Redial
• Line Access
• Station Speed Dialing
• One-Touch Dialing
• System Speed Dialing
In Verified-Toll Restriction Override mode, the user can enter a preassigned account code only when the user needs to override toll
restriction.
In Option mode, the user can enter any account code if needed.
Conditions
• An account code can be stored into Memory Dialing (System / Station
Speed Dialing; One-Touch Dialing; Pickup Dialing; Call Forwarding –
to Outside Line).
• The Account button may be used in place of the feature number. A
flexible button on the proprietary telephone set can be programmed as
the Account button.
• Account code entry after Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection
must be done within 15 seconds. Otherwise, SMDR call record is
activated and entry becomes impossible afterwards.
• If disconnection signal is selected in program [990], field (3), the
Verified-All Calls extension is allowed to make an outside call using the
same line with Flash function.
• In any mode, emergency dial numbers stored in program [334]
“Emergency Dial Number Set” can be dialed out without an account
code entry.
Features
3-3
A
3
Features
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Account code entry
[105] Account Codes
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (3), (46)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Account Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Account Code Entry
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice
Description
This system offers two methods of Intercom Calling – Ring-Calling
and Voice-Calling. Ring-Calling informs the called party of an
incoming call with a ring tone, while the Voice-Calling uses the
calling party’s voice. The proprietary telephone user can select ring
tone or voice calling by Station Programming. If the user selects
Voice-Calling, the calling party can talk to the user immediately
after the confirmation tone. The calling extension user can change
the called extension user’s pre-set method (ring tone or voice) by
pressing “ ” after dialing the extension number. By doing so,
Ring-Calling is switched to Voice-Calling, or vice versa, at the
called extension.
Conditions
Standard telephone users receive calls with Ring-Calling only.
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Intercom Alert Assignment
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Handsfree Answerback
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Alternate Calling — Ring / Voice
3-4
Features
3
A
Features
Answering, Direct Outside Line
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to answer an incoming call
by simply pressing the appropriate CO button without lifting the
handset or pressing the SP-PHONE / MONITOR button.
Conditions
This feature permits the user to specify the desired line to be answered
if multiple incoming lines are ringing.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Outside Line Connection Assignment
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Answering, Direct Outside Line
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
Description
Allows the caller to be informed when the called party or the
selected outside line becomes free.
Automatic Callback – Extension
If the caller answers the callback ringing, the called extension
automatically starts ringing.
Automatic Callback – Outside Line
If the caller answers the callback ringing, the line is automatically
selected to allow the user to make an outside call.
Conditions
• If the callback ringing is not answered in four rings (within 10 seconds)
the callback is canceled.
• More than one extension user can set this function to one extension or
outside line at the same time.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Automatic callback busy cancel
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
Features
3-5
A
3
Features
Automatic Configuration†
Description
The system sends the Voice Processing System (VPS) data which
contains the extension number configuration information. The VPS
automatically creates mailboxes with this data (Quick Setup).
Conditions
• The data is transmitted to the VPS via the lowest jack port.
• If your VPS is a Panasonic KX-TVS series and KX-TD308 cannot be
selected in the PBX type setup menu, select “KX-TD816” and follow
the steps for a KX-TD816.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Automatic Hold by CO Button
Description
This feature, if programmed, allows a proprietary telephone user to
hold a current outside call by pressing another CO button. While
talking to an outside party, pressing a CO button for an incoming or
outgoing call provides an automatic hold for the current call.
Conditions
• If Automatic Hold mode is disabled, pressing a CO button disconnects
the current call. (Default=Disable)
• It is possible to return to the held party by pressing the corresponding
CO button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[108] Automatic Hold by CO / DSS Button
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
3-6
Features
†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
3
A
Features
Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
Description
Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is a system programmable feature
that automatically selects the least expensive route available at the
time an outgoing outside call is made. Preprogramming eliminates
dialing the access code of the least expensive carrier. All the user
has to do is dial the feature number for ARS, and the number. The
appropriate outside line is selected and the access code is added
before the number is outpulsed.
Conditions
• A Toll Restriction check is done before ARS is applied.
• ARS works according to the selected dialing plan. Thus, if the user
dialed number is not found in the dialing plan (Leading Digit Tables),
the dialed number is sent out by a Local Access (Automatic line access)
Code.
• ARS is not applied to a call specifying an outside line. In other words,
it is possible to make an outside call by assigning an outside line
directly (ARS Override).
• This feature also applies to Call Forwarding – to Outside Line.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Automatic line access / ARS
[312] ARS Mode
[313] ARS Time
[314]–[321] ARS Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8
[322]–[329] ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8
[330] ARS Modify Removed Digit
[331] ARS Modify Added Number
Programming Example
The following is an example to show how to program ARS so that the user
can call the XYZ Company via the least expensive line.
Step 1. Program ARS to work when the feature number for ARS is dialed
by the user. Use the program [312] ARS Mode to enable the feature.
Step 2. Store the telephone number of the outside party that will use the
ARS feature. For example, if XYZ Company’s telephone number is “1234-567-8910” (not including the line access code), store the leading digits
of the number “1234567890” (max. 10 digits). To store the numbers, use
one of the programs [314] through [321] ARS Leading Digit Entry for
Plans 1 through 8 (Leading Digit Tables 1 through 8). The following
assumes that we have selected Leading Digit Table 1 to store the number.
Remember that Table number 1 matches Route Plan Table 1.
Features
3-7
A
3
Features
Example: Program Address [314] Leading Digit Table 1
Location
Entry
01
1234567890
02
•
•
•
100
Table 1
Step 3. Check all carriers available to call the stored telephone number
and their outside lines. Suppose there are three carriers available to call
the XYZ Company and each carrier’s line is assigned to an outside line as
follows:
Carrier E — Outside Line 1
Carrier F — Outside Line 2
Carrier G — Outside Line 3
Then check the fee charged by each carrier:
Carrier G
high
Carrier F
Charge
Carrier E
low
12
a.m.
3
6
9
12
p.m.
3
6
9
12
a.m.
Sat. / Sun.
Table 2
3
6
9
12
p.m.
3
6
9
Mon. – Fri.
As shown in Table 2, the least costly route varies with the day of the week
and the time of day. To select the least expensive line at a certain time,
split the day into three zones as follows:
Sat. / Sun.
(1) 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
(2) 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(3) 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.
3-8
Features
Mon. – Fri.
(1) 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(2) 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
(3) 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.
3
A
Features
To program the time zones above, use the program [313] “ARS Time”.
Four time zones (Time-A, Time-B, Time-C, Time-D) are provided. Enter
the starting hour for each zone.
Example: Program Address [313] ARS Time Table
Sat. / Sun.
Time Zones
Entry
Time–A
7:00 a.m.
Time–B
2:00 p.m.
Time–C
5:00 p.m.
Time–D
Disable
Mon. – Fri.
Time Zones
Entry
Time–A
7:00 a.m.
Time–B
1:00 p.m.
Time–C
6:00 p.m.
Time–D
Disable
Enter the starting time
of each zone. If a zone
is not necessary, select
“Disable”.
Table 3
Step 4. Determine the priority of the outside lines in each time zone.
The table below shows the carrier and outside lines selected for each
priority and time zone:
Time –A
Time –B
Time –C
Least Costly Carrier /
Outside Line (Priority 1)
Carrier F / Line 2
Carrier F / Line 2
Carrier E / Line 1
Next Less Costly Carrier /
Outside Line (Priority 2)
Carrier E / Line 1
Carrier G / Line 3
Carrier F / Line 2
Most Costly Carrier /
Outside Line (Priority 3)
Carrier G / Line 3
Carrier E / Line 1
Carrier G / Line 3
Table 4
To have the system use the priorities shown above, use one of the
programs [322] through [329] “ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8” (Route
Plan Tables 1 through 8).
As we have already selected Leading Digit Table 1, select Route Plan
Table 1. Enter the outside line numbers in order of priority. If the
specified outside line requires digit modification, assign the appropriate
digit modification table number (1 to 8).
This table is required to have the system automatically add a specific
carrier access code to the user-dialed number.
Example: Program [322] Route Plan Table 1
Priority 1
Priority 2
Priority 3
Time –A
CO Modify
2
2
1
1
3
3
Table 5
Time –B
CO Modify
2
2
3
3
1
1
Time –C
CO Modify
1
1
2
2
3
3
Time –D
CO Modify
CO: Outside Line
Modify: Modification Table Number
Features
3-9
A
3
Features
Step 5. Create a Digit Modification Table. Carriers E, F and G match the
outside lines and Modification Tables as follows and have the following
Access Codes:
Carrier
E
F
G
CO
1
2
3
Mod. Table
1
2
3
Access Code
1-0-333
1-0-555
1-0-666
Table 6
According to Table 6, enter the Access Codes in the respective
Modification Tables using programs [330] “ARS Modify Removed Digit”
and [331] “ARS Modify Added Number” as follows:
Example: Program [330] Digit Modification Tables
Modification Table 1
Remove
Add
0
10333
Modification Table 2
Remove
Add
0
10555
Modification Table 3
Remove
Add
0
10666
Enter the number of
digits to be deleted.
Enter the digits to be
added.
If Modification Table 1 is applied, the user-dialed number “9-1-234-5678910” is modified to “9-10333-1-234-567-8910” to access the least
expensive Carrier E.
Similarly, if Modification Table 2 is applied, it is modified to “9-10555-1234-567-8910” to access Carrier F.
Use the “Removed Digit” program when it is necessary to delete some
leading digits from the user-dialed number. For example, if the user
manually dials a Carrier Access Code but the carrier is not the least
expensive, modification is required. For example, to delete “10333” from
the beginning of the user-dialed number and add “10555”, enter “5” in the
“Removed Digit” program. Enter “10555” in the “Added Number”
program. When “9-10333-1-234-567-8910” is dialed,
9-10333-1-234-567-8910.
The five digits are deleted and “10555” is added.
“10555-1-234-567-8910” is sent to the outside line.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Line Access, Automatic
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Outward Dialing – Line Access, Automatic
3-10
Features
3
A
Features
Flow Chart of the ARS procedure
A long distance call is initiated.
Restricted
Toll Restriction Check
The call is not made.
Not Restricted
Is the ARS Access Code (Default: 9) dialed?
No
Yes
Are the leading digits found in a
Leading Digit Table?
The call is routed via the selected line.
No
Yes
Obtains an applicable Route Plan Table
number from the Leading Digit Table.
The call is routed via an idle line.
Determines the outside line of priority 1 in the
Route Plan Table by the current time of day.
Is there any line available in the outside line
of priority 1?
No
Yes
Obtains an applicable Modification
Table number for the outside line
from the Route Plan Table.
Modifies the digits.
Yes
Yes
Is the outside line of priority 2
assigned in the Route Plan Table?
Is there any line available in the
outside line of priority 2?
No
Call.
Is the outside line of priority 3
assigned in the Route Plan Table?
No
Yes
Yes
No
Is there any line available in the
outside line of priority 3?
No
Sends a busy tone.
Features
3-11
A
3
Features
Automatic Station Release
Description
After going off-hook, if an extension user fails to dial any digits
within a specified time period, the user will be disconnected from
the line after reorder tone is sent. To get a line again, the user must
go back on-hook and then off-hook.
Conditions
This function works in the following cases:
When making a call
(1)The first digit has not been dialed within 10 seconds.
(2)After a digit is dialed, the next one is not dialed within five
seconds (Intercom call only).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[207] First Digit Time
[208] Inter Digit Time
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
3-12
Features
3
B
Features
Background Music (BGM)
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to listen to background music
from the monitor speaker on the telephone.
Conditions
• It is required to connect a user-supplied external music source, such as a
radio. One external music source can be connected to the system.
• The music source is used for BGM and/or Music on Hold. It is also
possible to disable the BGM and/or Music on Hold.
• The music is interrupted when you go off-hook.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.7 External Music Source Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[803] Music Source Use
[990] System Additional Information, Field (20)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Music on Hold
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Background Music (BGM)
Features
3-13
B
3
Features
Background Music (BGM) – External
Description
Background music (BGM) can be broadcast in your office through
the external pagers. The BGM can be turned on and off by the
operator or manager.
Conditions
• It is required to connect an external pager and an external music source.
The pager and the external music source are user-supplied items. One
pager and one external music source can be installed to the system.
• Each pager can be programmed to send BGM or not.
• Priority of access to external pager is: (1)Trunk (Outside Line) Answer
From Any Station (TAFAS); (2)Paging; (3)BGM. Higher priorities will
override the BGM.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
2.3.7 External Music Source Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Background music – external
[803] Music Source Use
[804] External Pager BGM
[990] System Additional Information, Field (20)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Background Music (BGM)
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
Background Music (BGM) — External
3-14
Features
3
B
Features
Bilingual Display
Description
Provides the display proprietary telephone user with either an
English or French display. Either display can be selected by Station
Programming.
Conditions
None
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Bilingual Display Selection
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Busy Lamp Field
Description
The LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicators of the DSS (Direct
Station Selection) buttons, each of which corresponds to a selected
extension, reveal whether the corresponding extensions are idle or
busy.
Conditions
• This function is available for flexible CO buttons assigned as DSS
buttons on proprietary telephones.
• A DSS button indicator lights red if the corresponding extension is
busy.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Button, Direct Station Selection (DSS)
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
3-15
B
3
Features
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Description
When attempting to call a busy extension (ringing or having a
conversation), Busy Station Signaling allows you to signal the user
on the phone to answer your call. The called extension user hears a
Call Waiting tone and is able to answer the call.
Conditions
• This feature only works if the called extension has activated Call
Waiting. If it is activated, the caller will hear ringback tone.
• If the called party has been set to activate the Off-Hook Call
Announcement (OHCA) or Whisper OHCA function, the caller can
announce the call through the speaker or the handset.
• If none of three features, Call Waiting, OHCA or Whisper OHCA is set
at the called party, the caller will hear a reorder tone.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
3-16
Features
Section 3, Features
Call Waiting
Off-Hook Call Announcement
(OHCA)
Whisper OHCA
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
3
B
Features
Button, Direct Station Selection (DSS)
Description
DSS button permits the proprietary telephone user one-touch access
to other extension users.
Conditions
• A flexible CO button on a proprietary telephone can be assigned as a
DSS button using either System or Station Programming.
• Once a button is assigned as a DSS button, it provides Busy Lamp Field
(BLF) status.
• The mode of a DSS button can be programmed to disconnect the
outside line and calls the extension or hold and transfers the call to the
extension (One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[108] Automatic Hold by CO / DSS Button
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Busy Lamp Field
One-Touch Transfer by DSS
Button
Basic Operation
Making Calls
DPT Features
Call Transfer – to Extension
Features
3-17
B
3
Features
Button, Flexible
Description
The use of Flexible Buttons is determined by either System or
Station Programming. The following two types of Flexible Buttons
are provided on proprietary telephones (PT):
• Flexible CO buttons
• Programmable Feature (PF) buttons
The table below shows all of the features which can be assigned to
Flexible Buttons.
Button
Features to be assigned
Direct Station Selection (DSS)
Single-CO
Live Call Screening†
Live Call Screening Cancel†
Log-In / Log-Out
Loop-CO
Message Waiting
Phantom Extension
Two-Way Record†
Two-Way Transfer†
Account Code Entry
Conference
FWD/DND
One-Touch Dialing
Saved Number Redial
Voice Mail Transfer
(APT / DPT)
PF
(APT)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
CO
“✔” indicates that the feature is available.
†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
3-18
Features
3
B
Features
Conditions
• An outside line can only appear on one Single-CO button of any given
telephone. A station can only appear on one DSS button of any given
telephone.
• Incoming and outgoing calls on the line are shown on the button in the
following priority.
Single-CO > Loop-CO
Programming References
Feature References
Operation References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment
Section 3, Features
Buttons on Proprietary Telephones
Not applicable.
Features
3-19
B
3
Features
Button, Loop-CO (L-CO)
Description
All outside lines can be assigned to a flexible CO button on a
proprietary telephone (PT). The assigned button serves as a LoopCO (L-CO) button. An incoming call on any outside line arrives at
the L-CO, unless there is a Single-CO (S-CO) button associated
with the line or unless the button is already in use. To make an
outside call, the PT user simply press the dedicated L-CO button.
Conditions
• No L-CO button is originally provided on a PT. A flexible CO button
can be assigned as an L-CO button in either System or Station
Programming.
• It is possible to assign more than one L-CO button on a PT.
• Pressing the L-CO button provides the same operation as dialing an
automatic line access code. This results in Automatic Line Access or
Automatic Route Selection (ARS), if programmed.
• Immediate, delayed, no ringing or no incoming call (disable) can be
selected on an extension–outside line basis.
• The digital PT user can choose a desired ringer frequency for each LCO button by System or Station Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day /
Night
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Loop-CO (L-CO) Button
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
3-20
Features
Section 3, Features
Answering, Direct Outside Line
LED Indication, Outside Line
Line Access, Automatic
Line Access, Direct
Ringing, Delayed
Ringing Tone Selection for CO
Buttons
Basic Operation
Making Calls
Receiving Calls
DPT Features
Outward Dialing – Line Access, Automatic
3
B
Features
Button, Single-CO (S-CO)
Description
A Single-CO (S-CO) button is an outside line access button. This
allows the proprietary telephone (PT) user to access a specific line
by pressing a S-CO button. An incoming call can be directed to an
S-CO button.
Conditions
•
•
•
•
The default setting for CO buttons is changeable. (Flexible CO Button)
An S-CO button provides outside line status.
It is possible to assign one outside line to a S-CO button.
If Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is set, it is overridden by an
outgoing call made by pressing the S-CO button.
• Incoming calls appear on the proprietary telephone, when an extension
is assigned as the incoming call destination and a S-CO and/or LoopCO (L-CO) button is assigned.
• Immediate, delayed, no ringing or no incoming call (disable) can be
selected on an extension–outside line basis.
• The digital PT user can choose a desired ringing tone type for the S-CO
button by System or Station Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day / Night
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Single-CO (S-CO) Button
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Answering, Direct Outside Line
LED Indication, Outside Line
Line Access, Direct
Line Access, Individual
Ringing, Delayed
Ringing Tone Selection for CO
Buttons
Basic Operation
Making Calls
Receiving Calls
DPT Features
Outward Dialing – Line Access, Individual
Features
3-21
B
3
Features
Buttons on Proprietary Telephones
Description
Proprietary telephones are provided with the feature / line access
buttons listed below:
KX-T Proprietary Telephones:
Buttons
7020 7030 7050 7055 7130 7220 7230 7235 7250 7420 7425 7431 7433 7436
AUTO ANSWER / MUTE † ✔
✔
✔
AUTO DIAL / STORE † ✔
✔ (12) ✔ (12)
CO † *
CONF †
✔
✔
FLASH
✔
✔
FLASH/RCL
Function
FWD / DND †
✔
✔
HOLD
✔
✔
INTERCOM †
✔
✔
Jog Dial
MESSAGE †
✔
✔
MODE
MONITOR
PAUSE
✔
✔
PF (Programmable Feature) ✔ (4) ✔ (4)
PROGRAM
REDIAL
✔
✔
SAVE
SELECT
SHIFT †
Soft
SP-PHONE †
✔
✔
TRANSFER
✔
✔
VOLUME
✔
†
*
!
(x)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔!
✔!
✔ (12) ✔ (3) ✔ (12) ✔ (24) ✔ (24) ✔ (12) ✔ (6) ✔ (12) ✔ (24) ✔ (12) ✔ (24) ✔ (24)
✔!
✔!
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔ (10)
✔ (10)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔†
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔ (4) ✔ (3) ✔ (12)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔ (3) ✔ (3)
✔ (3) ✔ (3)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
: The button is provided on the designated telephones.
: The button is provided with an LED (Light Emitting Diode).
: The buttons which can be changed to function as a feature button are called flexible buttons.
: The button is provided without an LED.
: Shows the number of buttons only if multiple buttons are provided.
The functions of the listed buttons are described below:
AUTO ANSWER / MUTE: This dual function button is used for
extension auto-answer and microphone mute during a conversation.
AUTO DIAL / STORE: Used for System Speed Dialing and
storing program changes.
CO (Central Office line): Can make or receive an outside call or
can be re-assigned to a different CO or to various feature buttons.
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Features
3
B
Features
CONF (Conference): Used to establish a three-party conference.
FLASH or FLASH/RCL: Allows you to disconnect the current
call and originate another call without hanging up (Flash). Sends a
flash signal to the Central Office or host PBX to access their
features (External Feature Access).
Function: Used to perform the displayed function / operation.
FWD / DND (Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb): Used to
program Call Forwarding, set 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 ringer, speaker, handset and headset
volume and the display contrast. With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433
and KX-T7436, it can also be used to select data from the Call
Directory and the System Feature Access Menu on the display.
MESSAGE: Used to send a message or display current message.
MODE: Used to shift the display in order to access various
features.
MONITOR: Used for a handsfree operation.
PAUSE: Inserts a pause in a speed dial number. With an analog
proprietary telephone, it is used as the PROGRAM button.
PF (Programmable Feature): This flexible button can be
programmed to be a One-Touch Dialing, FWD / DND, SAVE,
Account, CONF (Conference) or Voice Mail Transfer button, as
desired.
PROGRAM: Used to enter / exit the Programming mode. With
the KX-T7220 and KX-T7250, it can also be used as the PAUSE
button.
REDIAL: Used for Last Number Redial.
SAVE: Used to store a dialed telephone number for Saved Number
Redial.
SELECT: Used to select the displayed function or to call for the
displayed phone number.
SHIFT: Used to access the second level of Soft button function.
Soft: Pressing a Soft button performs the function / operation
appearing on the bottom line of the display.
SP-PHONE (Speakerphone): Used for a handsfree operation.
Pressing the button causes the telephone to switch between handset
and handsfree operation.
TRANSFER: Transfers a call to another extension or external
destination.
VOLUME: Used to adjust the ringer, speaker, handset and headset
volume and the display contrast.
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Conditions
Features
• Certain buttons are equipped with light indicators (LED’s) to show
line or feature status.
• CO buttons can be classified according to the following two types:
Single-CO (S-CO) button / Loop-CO (L- CO) button
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Refer to respective operating instructions.
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Caller ID
Description
Provides the display proprietary telephone user with a caller’s
information, such as his / her name and telephone number, on the
outside line assigned to receive Caller ID service calls.
Additionally, a special standard telephone, which has a Caller ID
feature, can receive the Caller ID service from the Central Office
and display the caller’s information (Internal Caller ID).
Conditions
• Up to 100 Caller ID entry numbers can be stored in a table called
“Caller ID Table” in the system. Each entry can consist of a caller’s
telephone number and name.
• If neither the telephone number nor the name is stored in the Caller ID
Table, the number sent from Caller ID service is displayed.
• If the network provides a single message, the system searches for the
name from the number in the Caller ID Table and displays both of them.
• It is required to assign the outside lines which a Caller ID service is
offered by a Central Office.
• It is required to assign the extension to have the Internal Caller ID
service.
• A display digital proprietary telephone (KX-T7433, KX-T7436, KXT7230 or KX-T7235) user can record call information received by
Caller ID (Call Log, Incoming feature).
• An analog proprietary telephone will show either the name or the
number. To alternate the display, press the
key.
• If an outside line name is assigned, the user can select the initial
display, Caller ID, or outside line name by Station Programming.
• An optional Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card must be installed
for the system.
• If a standard telephone with a Caller ID feature is connected in parallel,
the Caller ID feature will not function.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card / Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection
Card Installation
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[110] Caller ID Code Set
[111] Caller ID Name Set
[125] Area Code Assignment
[126] Caller ID Modification for Local Call
[127] Caller ID Modification for Long Distance Call
[128] Internal Caller ID Extension Assignment
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[406] Caller ID Assignment
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
[990] System Additional Information, Field (30)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Initial Display Selection
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Call Log, Incoming
Operation References
—User Manual
Special Display Features
Call Log, Incoming
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CALL FORWARDING FEATURES – SUMMARY
Description
Call forwarding features enable you to have your calls forwarded to
a specified destination. You may specify the circumstances under
which your calls are forwarded. The following Call Forwarding
features are available:
Call Forwarding – All Calls
Call Forwarding – Busy
Call Forwarding – Busy / No Answer
Call Forwarding – Follow Me
Call Forwarding – No Answer
Call Forwarding – to Outside Line
Call Forwarding – All Calls
Description
This feature is used when you want all your calls to be
automatically re-directed to another extension.
Conditions
• Types of calls which are forwarded by this feature are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1; Direct Inward System
Access (DISA); Intercept Routing
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• There can only be one stage of Call Forwarding, if a call is forwarded to
an extension which is also in Call Forwarding. In this case, Station
Hunting can be activated for the forwarded call.
• Although calls are forwarded, Message Waiting is not. The MESSAGE
button indicator is lit on the originally called extension.
• If an extension in Call Forwarding is also in a Hunt group, a call
directed to the extension is forwarded. Station Hunting still applies for
calls directed to other extensions in the Hunt group.
• Both the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) functions can be
set at the same time, but cannot work at the same time.
• Pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook allows the user to enable
or disable the Call Forwarding or DND function. If the user sets both
functions, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the
FWD/DND button.
• A Floating Station cannot be programmed as the forwarded destination.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD/DND Button
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Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — All Calls
Features
Call Forwarding – Busy
Description
A call directed to your extension is forwarded to another extension
if your telephone is busy.
Conditions
• Types of calls which are forwarded by this feature are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1; Direct Inward System
Access (DISA); Intercept Routing
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• There can only be one stage of Call Forwarding, if a call is forwarded to
a station which is also in Call Forwarding. In this case, Station Hunting
is activated for the forwarded call.
• Although calls are forwarded, Message Waiting is not. The MESSAGE
button indicator is lit on the originally called extension.
• If an extension in Call Forwarding is also in a Hunt group, a call
directed to the extension is forwarded. Station Hunting still applies for
calls directed to other extensions in the Hunt group.
• Both the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) functions can be
set at the same time, but cannot work at the same time.
• Pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook allows the user to enable
or disable the Call Forwarding or DND function. If the user sets both
functions, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the
FWD/DND button.
• A Floating Station cannot be programmed as the forwarded destination.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD/DND Button
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — Busy
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Call Forwarding – Busy / No Answer
Description
Your calls are forwarded to another extension if your extension is
busy or you do not answer the call within a pre-determined time.
Conditions
• Types of calls which are forwarded by this function are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1; Direct Inward System
Access (DISA); Intercept Routing
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• This function operates the same way as Call Forwarding – Busy and
Call Forwarding – No Answer.
• There can only be one stage of Call Forwarding if a call is forwarded to
a station which is also in Call Forwarding. In this case, Station Hunting
is activated for the forwarded call.
• Although calls are forwarded, Message Waiting is not. The MESSAGE
button indicator is lit on the originally called extension.
• If an extension in Call Forwarding is also in a Hunt group, a call
directed to the extension is forwarded. Station Hunting still applies for
calls directed to other extensions in the Hunt group.
• Both the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) functions can be
set at the same time, but cannot work at the same time.
• Pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook allows the user to enable
or disable the Call Forwarding or DND function. If the user sets both
functions, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the
FWD/DND button.
• A Floating Station cannot be programmed as the forwarded destination.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
[202] Call Forwarding – No Answer Time
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD/DND Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Call Forwarding – Busy
Call Forwarding – No Answer
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — Busy / No Answer
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Call Forwarding – Follow Me
Description
If you forget to set Call Forwarding – All Calls before you leave
your desk, this allows you to set the same function from the
destination extension.
Conditions
• Same as the conditions of Call Forwarding – All Calls.
• It is programmable to enable or disable this feature on a Class of
Service basis.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
[991] COS Additional Information, Field (2)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD / DND Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Call Forwarding – All Calls
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — Follow Me
Call Forwarding – No Answer
Description
Calls to your extension are forwarded to another extension if you
do not answer the call in a pre-determined time.
Conditions
• Types of calls which are forwarded by this function are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1; Direct Inward System
Access (DISA); Intercept Routing
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• This function operates if an incoming call is not answered in a specific
period of time. Therefore, this function also applies if your extension is
busy and cannot answer the incoming call within the time.
• There can only be one stage of Call Forwarding if a call is forwarded to
a station which is also in Call Forwarding. In this case, Station Hunting
is activated for the forwarded call.
• Although calls are forwarded, Message Waiting is not. The MESSAGE
button indicator is lit on the originally called extension.
• If an extension in Call Forwarding is also in a Hunt group, a call
directed to the extension is forwarded. Station Hunting still applies for
calls directed to other extensions in the Hunt group.
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• Both the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) functions can be
set at the same time, but cannot work at the same time.
• Pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook allows the user to enable
or disable the Call Forwarding or DND function. If the user sets both
functions, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the
FWD/DND button.
• A Floating Station cannot be programmed as the forwarded destination.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
[202] Call Forwarding – No Answer Time
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD/DND Button
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — No Answer
Call Forwarding – to Outside Line
Description
Calls directed to your extension will be sent to an external
destination. The outside telephone number must be preprogrammed.
Conditions
• Types of calls which are forwarded by this function are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1;
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• The forwarding extension’s Toll Restriction, Automatic Route Selection
(ARS) and Account Code Entry requirements still apply.
• Although calls are forwarded, Message Waiting is not. The MESSAGE
button indicator is lit on the originally called extension.
• If an extension in Call Forwarding is also in a Hunt group a call
directed to the extension is forwarded. Station Hunting still applies for
calls directed to other extensions in the Hunt group.
• Both the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) functions can be
set at the same time, but cannot work at the same time.
• Pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook allows the user to enable
or disable the Call Forwarding or DND function. If the user sets both
functions, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the
FWD/DND button.
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• Class of Service programming determines the extensions that are able to
perform this function.
• If an extension is limited by the program [502] “Extension-to-Outside
Line Call Duration Limit” according to its Class of Service, the
extension is unable to forward an outside call to an outside line.
• If a call between an extension and an outside party is established by this
feature, the duration of the call period can be restricted depending on
the setting of the system timer. If a call between two outside parties is
established by this feature, the duration of the call is determined by
another system timer. An alarm tone is generated to both outside
parties 15 seconds before the time-out. The call is disconnected at the
time-out.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD/DND Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Limited Call Duration
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — to Outside Line
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Call Hold – Intercom
Description
This is used to place an intercom call on hold. The held call can be
retrieved by the user who held it or by any other extension.
Conditions
• Only one intercom call can be placed on hold at each telephone at one
time (up to ten calls in the system – Call Park). With a proprietary
telephone, outside calls and one intercom call can be placed on hold at
the same time. With a standard telephone, either one outside or
intercom call can be held.
• If a call on hold is not retrieved within a specific period of time, Hold
Recall is emitted.
• Music is sent to the party on hold, if available (Music on Hold).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call hold
[200] Hold Recall Time
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Call Park
Hold Recall
Music on Hold
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Hold
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Call Hold – Outside Line
Description
Allows the extension user to put an outside call on hold. The held
call can be retrieved by the user who held it or by any other
extension.
Conditions
• With a standard telephone, the user can hold only one call whether it is
an extension or outside call.
• Music is sent to the party on hold, if available (Music on Hold).
• If a call on hold is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Hold Recall
is emitted.
• If an outside party is placed on hold and not retrieved within 30
minutes, it is automatically disconnected.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call hold
[200] Hold Recall Time
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
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Section 3, Features
Hold Recall
Music on Hold
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
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Call Hold, Exclusive – Intercom
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to prevent other extension
users from retrieving a held intercom call. Only the user who held
the call can retrieve it.
Conditions
• Only one intercom call can be placed on Call Hold or Exclusive Call
Hold at a time.
• If a call on hold is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Hold Recall
is emitted. After Hold Recall is emitted, the held call can be retrieved
from any extension.
• Music is sent to the party on hold, if available (Music on Hold).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[200] Hold Recall Time
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Hold Recall
Music on Hold
DPT Features
Call Hold, Exclusive
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Call Hold, Exclusive – Outside Line
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to prevent other extension
users from retrieving a held outside call. Only the user who held
the call can retrieve it.
Conditions
• If a call on hold is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Hold Recall
is emitted. After Hold Recall is emitted, the held call can be retrieved
from any extension.
• If an outside party is placed on hold and not retrieved in 30 minutes, it
is automatically disconnected.
• Music is sent to the party on hold, if available (Music on Hold).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[200] Hold Recall Time
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Hold Recall
Music on Hold
DPT Features
Call Hold, Exclusive
Call Hold Retrieve – Intercom
Description
Allows the extension user to retrieve a call that has been placed on
hold by another extension.
Conditions
Confirmation tone is sent to the user when the hold is retrieved by the
feature number. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call hold retrieve – intercom
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Call Hold – Intercom
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Hold Retrieve
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Call Hold Retrieve – Outside Line
Description
Allows the extension user to retrieve a specified outside call that
has been placed on hold by another extension.
Conditions
A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the hold is retrieved by
entering the feature number. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call hold retrieve – outside line
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Call Hold – Outside Line
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Hold Retrieve
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Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection
Description
The Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal is an on-hook indication
(disconnect signal) sent from the outside line when the telephone is
hung up at the other end. To maintain efficient utilization of
outside lines, the system monitors their state and when CPC Signal
is detected from a line, the system disconnects the line and alerts
the extension with a reorder tone.
Conditions
• CPC Signal Detection is enabled or disabled on incoming and outgoing
outside calls by System Programming.
• Generally CPC Signal Detection works on incoming outside calls, and
does not work on outgoing outside calls (except once they are placed on
Call Hold, Exclusive Call Hold or Consultation Hold). In this case, if
the extension user remains off-hook after the completion of an outgoing
outside call, the system does not release all the switches used to
establish the connection. The connected outside line will continue to be
in use. To prevent this, it is programmable to make CPC Signal
Detection work on outgoing outside calls. (Note: Some Central Offices
may send CPC-like signals during the dialing sequence and an attempt
to make a call may be terminated. If your CO does not send such
signals, it is recommended to make CPC Signal Detection work on
outgoing outside calls.)
• If your Central Office does not send CPC-like signals, it is effective to
limit the dialed numbers during a call by the program [991] “COS
Additional Information”; Class of Service to prevent unauthorized calls.
• If a CPC Signal is detected during a Conference call, the line is
disconnected and the remaining two parties resume the call.
• If a CPC Signal is detected during a call between a caller using the
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) feature and an extension or an
outside party, the line is disconnected.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[405] CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set
[415] CPC Signal Detection Outgoing Set
[991] COS Additional Information, Field (1)
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Call Log, Incoming
Description
If the display digital proprietary telephone (DPT: KX-T7433, KXT7436, KX-T7230 or KX-T7235) user cannot answer a call, the
telephone automatically records the caller’s information. The user
can also record the caller’s information manually, even after
answering the call. Moreover, the user can call back the caller by
checking the call log. This is available if a telephone receives
incoming outside calls with a Caller ID service. A maximum of 15
calls per telephone can be logged.
The displayed information is as follows:
• The receiving outside line number and name
• The party’s phone number and name
• The date and time the call was made
• The sequence number and number of times called
Conditions
• It is necessary to assign your area code first before you use the Caller
ID feature.
• The call is registered at the time DPT finishes ringing. If a call is
directed to multiple DPTs, the call is registered at the DPT that has the
smallest jack number of the ringing DPTs. However, if the telephone
which is connected to the smallest jack is not a DPT, the call is not
registered.
• Information is also recorded even if a transferred call (unscreened) is
not answered.
• When the call log is full (i.e. 15 calls are stored), the user can select to
overwrite the data, replacing the oldest call with the newest one at his /
her extension (Call Log, Incoming).
• The telephone user can lock the display of the unit so that incoming call
information is not shown on the display. The operator can cancel the
lock in case the user forgets the lock code.
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• The system automatically modifies the incoming caller’s number in a
pre-programmed way for local or long distance calls. The modified
number will be recorded for calling back. There are ten locations for
area codes (program [125]) which are correspond to that of modified
numbers for local call (program [126]).
<Preparation example>
[125] “Area Code Assignment” : 201
[126] “Caller ID Modification for Local Call” :
delete – 3 digits, add – blank
[127] “Caller ID Modification for Long Distance Call” :
delete – 0 digit, add – 1
Caller’s number
provided by CO
Local call:
2011234567
Long distance call: 7149876543
Recorded
caller’s number
1234567 (modified by [126])
17149876543 (modified by [127])
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card / Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection
Card Installation
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call log, incoming / Call log lock, incoming
[110] Caller ID Code Set
[111] Caller ID Name Set
[125] Area Code Assignment
[126] Caller ID Modification for Local Call
[127] Caller ID Modification for Long Distance Call
[406] Caller ID Assignment
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Caller ID
Operation Reference
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
Special Display Features
Call Log, Incoming
Call Log Lock, Incoming
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Call Park
Description
Allows the extension user to place a held call into a system parking
area. This releases the user from the parked call to perform other
operations. The parked call can be retrieved by any extension user.
Conditions
• The system contains ten parking areas, each of which has its own call
park number. Up to ten calls can be parked at the same time in the
system. The number of holding slots remains at 10.
• If a parked call is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Call Park
Recall occurs.
• If a parked call is not retrieved in 30 minutes, it is automatically
disconnected.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the parked call is retrieved.
Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call park / call park retrieve
[219] Call Park Recall Time
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Park
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Call Pickup, Directed
Description
Allows an extension user to answer a call ringing at any other
extension.
Conditions
• Doorphone calls can be picked up from extensions that are not
programmed to answer doorphone calls.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the call is picked up.
Eliminating the tone is programmable.
• You can pick up a call by pressing a flashing DSS (Direct Station
Selection) button assigned on a proprietary telephone.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call pickup, directed
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Pickup, Directed
Call Pickup, Group
Description
Allows an extension user to answer a call that is ringing at another
telephone, if the call is ringing within the user’s extension group.
Conditions
• The user can pick up an incoming outside, intercom, or doorphone call.
• The priority of Group Call Pickup is as follows:
Outside call > Transferred call > Extension call > Doorphone call
• Group Call Pickup starts with the lowest jack number.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the call is picked up.
Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call pickup, group
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Pickup, Group
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Call Pickup, Outside Line
Description
Allows an extension user to answer an incoming outside call that is
ringing at another telephone.
Conditions
• Call Pickup starts with the lowest CO number.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user when the call is picked up.
Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call pickup, outside line
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Pickup, Outside Line
Call Pickup Deny
Description
Allows the user to prevent other extensions from picking up calls
ringing at his / her extension by using the call pickup features.
Conditions
Distinctive Dial Tone is sent to the user on the extension with this feature
when the user goes off-hook.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call pickup deny
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Call Pickup, Directed
Call Pickup, Group
Call Pickup, Outside Line
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Pickup Deny
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Call Splitting
Description
Allows the extension user to alternate between two other parties.
Placing the current call on hold allows the user to have a
conversation with the other party.
Conditions
Call Splitting is impossible during Doorphone Call or Paging.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Splitting
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CALL TRANSFER FEATURES – SUMMARY
Description
Call Transfer features allow the user to transfer a call to another
party. This operation can be screened or unscreened. Screened call
transfer is used when you want to announce the call to the other
party before completing the transfer. Unscreened call transfer
immediately releases the caller to the called party. An intercom or
an outside call can be transferred to an extension or to an outside
party by:
Call Transfer, Screened – to Extension
Call Transfer, Screened – to Outside Line
Call Transfer, Unscreened – to Extension
Call Transfer, Screened – to Extension
Description
Allows the extension user to voice-announce to the extension and
transfer the call.
Conditions
• The destination extension must have a CO button which is common to
the outside line in use by the transferring party.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[990] System Additional Information, Field (1)
Feature References
None
Operation Reference
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Transfer — to Extension
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Call Transfer, Screened – to Outside Line
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to voice-announce to the
external party and transfer the call.
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines the extensions that are able to
perform this.
• If a call between two external parties is established by this feature, the
duration of the call period is restricted by a system timer. Hold Recall
is generated to the extension who transferred the call 50 seconds before
the time-out. Also Hold Alarm tone is generated to both outside parties
15 seconds before the time-out. The call is disconnected at the time-out
unless the extension restores the conference.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
[990] System Additional Information, Field (1)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Hold Recall
Operation Reference
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Transfer — to Outside Line
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Call Transfer, Unscreened – to Extension
Description
Allows the user to transfer an intercom or outside call directly to an
extension party. After dialing the destination extension, the user
replaces the handset while listening for the ringback tone.
Conditions
• If the destination party does not answer within the transfer recall time,
the call will return to the user or Operator 1. You can select either one
by system programming.
• This function is possible when the destination is sending ringback or
busy tone. If the destination is busy, Camp-On Transfer occurs.
• The ringing signal pattern follows the regular ringing pattern depending
on the party being transferred: outside or extension call ringing.
• If music on hold is enabled, music is sent to the caller while being
transferred. It is system-programmable whether to send ringback tone
or music on hold to the caller by program [990], Field (1).
• The destination extension must have a CO button which is common to
the outside line in use by the transferring party.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[201] Transfer Recall Time
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (1), (11)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Transfer — to Extension
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Call Waiting
Description
During a conversation, a call waiting tone informs the user of
another incoming call that is waiting. He or she can answer the
second call by disconnecting or placing the current call on hold.
Call waiting tone can be activated or deactivated by dialing the
appropriate feature number.
Conditions
• The call waiting tone is generated when an outside call (except a DISA
(Direct Inward System Access) call or doorphone call) is received, or
when an extension caller executes Busy Station Signaling (BSS).
• Setting Data Line Security temporarily cancels Call Waiting which has
been turned on by an extension user.
• For proprietary telephone users, two types of call waiting tone are
provided to prevent them from missing the tone as shown below:
A proprietary telephone user can select the desired type by Station
Programming.
15 s
Tone 1
5s
Outside
Tone 2
Intercom
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call waiting / OHCA / whisper OHCA
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Waiting
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Call Waiting from Central Office
Description
During a conversation, a call waiting tone offered by your Central
Office informs the user of another incoming call that is waiting. He
or she can answer the second call by placing the current call on
hold.
Conditions
None
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Call Waiting from Central Office
Features
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Class of Service (COS)
Description
COS is used to define the features which are allowed for a group of
extensions. Each extension is assigned a COS number. Eight
Classes of Service are available.
Conditions
• The programmable items are shown below:
(1) Outgoing call restriction level (Day mode / Night mode) – 1
through 8
(2) Restriction of outside call duration
(3) Transfers a call to an outside party
(4) Forwards a call to an outside party
(5) Executive Busy Override
(6) Executive Busy Override Deny
(7) Overrides Do Not Disturb of the called extension
(8) Account Code Entry operation – verified - all calls / verified toll restriction override / option
(9) Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
(10) The number of permitted dialing digits during an outside call
(11) Call Forwarding – Follow Me
• The extension user can use all of the COS functions of their own
extension at another extension by entering a working COS password
(Walking COS).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[500]–[501] Toll Restriction Level — Day / Night
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line
[505] Executive Busy Override
[506] Executive Busy Override Deny
[507] Do Not Disturb Override
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
[509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
[601] Class of Service
[991] COS Additional Information
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Walking COS
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Conference
Description
The system supports three-party conference calls, including outside
or inside parties. During a two-party conversation, the extension
user can add a third party to their conversation, thereby establishing
a conference.
Conditions
• Possible conference combinations are:1-inside and 2-outside; 2-inside
and 1-outside; and 3-inside.
• Up to six conference calls are allowed simultaneously.
• A three-party call is also established by Executive Busy Override or
Privacy Release.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call or vice versa, a
confirmation tone is sent to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
• The third party must have a CO button which is common to the outside
line used by the original parties.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Conference (CONF) Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Conference, Unattended
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Conference
Features
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Conference, Unattended
Description
When a proprietary telephone user is in a conference with two
outside parties, the user can leave the conference to allow the other
two parties to continue conversation. This is called an Unattended
Conference. The user may return to the conference, if desired.
Conditions
• An Unattended Conference can be established when the extension is
allowed to transfer a call to an outside line.
• The duration of an unattended conference is restricted by a system
timer. Hold Recall results to the extension user who left the conference
50 seconds before the time-out. An alarm tone is generated to both
outside parties 15 seconds before the time-out. The call is disconnected
at the time-out unless the extension returns to the call.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
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Features
Section 3, Features
Conference
Hold Recall
DPT Features
Conference, Unattended
Limited Call Duration
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Confirmation Tone
Description
At the end of many different functions the system confirms the
success of the operation by sending a confirmation tone to the
extension user through the speaker of the telephone.
Confirmation tone 1:
(a) Indicates that the new setting differs from the previous setting.
(b) Set or cancel the Electronic Station Lockout.
1s
Confirmation tone 2:
(a) Indicates that the new setting is identical to the previous setting.
(b) In addition, sent when various features are successfully
performed or accessed. (e.g. Call Hold; Automatic Callback Busy)
(c) Sent when accessing external paging equipment. (e.g. Paging –
All; Paging – External) Confirmation tone from external pagers
can be enabled or disabled.
1s
Confirmation tone 3:
Sent when a conversation is established just after dialing.
For example, when accessing the following features by the feature
numbers:
• Call Park Retrieve
• Call Pickup
• Hold Retrieve
• Paging / Paging Answer
• Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
This tone can be eliminated by System Programming so that the
user can start talking instantly.
1s
Features
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Confirmation tone 4:
Sent when moving from a two-party call to a three-party call, and
vice versa. (These are caused by Executive Busy Override,
Conference, or Privacy Release.) It is possible to eliminate this
tone by System Programming.
1s
Conditions
Confirmation Tone 1 and 2 are provided to reconfirm the assigned
feature.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (13), (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Features
Consultation Hold
Description
Allows the extension user to place a call on hold temporarily to
transfer it, make a Conference call, or perform Call Splitting. The
held call can be retrieved from other extensions.
Conditions
• With a proprietary telephone, Consultation Hold is established by
pressing TRANSFER or CONF button. With a standard telephone, it is
established by pressing the hookswitch lightly.
• With a standard telephone, the user can hold a call only to transfer it.
• Doorphone calls and paging calls cannot be placed on Consultation
Hold.
• A new incoming call will not arise at the extension which is keeping a
call on Consultation Hold. The extension is regarded as busy.
• If a calling party is placed on hold, music is sent to the party, if
available. (Music on Hold)
• If a call on hold is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Transfer
Recall starts.
• If an outside call is placed on hold and not retrieved in 30 minutes, it is
automatically disconnected.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[201] Transfer Recall Time
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (2), (5)
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Call Splitting
Call Transfer, Screened – to
Extension
Call Transfer, Screened – to
Outside Line
Call Transfer, Unscreened
Conference
Conference, Unattended
Music on Hold
Not applicable.
Features
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Features
Data Line Security
Description
Data Line Security is a function that can be set on individual
extensions. Once set, communication between the extension and
the other end is protected from signals such as Call Waiting, Hold
Recall and Executive Busy Override. Data equipment or a
facsimile may be connected to an extension jack so that the user
can perform data communications. During communication, Data
Line Security maintains secure data transmission against tones or
interruptions from other extensions.
Conditions
• Assigning Data Line Security always offers conversation privacy unless
Privacy Release is executed.
• If one extension in a conversation has set Data Line Security, it applies
to both extensions.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Data line security
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Data Line Security
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Features
Dial Tone, Distinctive
Description
Four types of dial tone patterns are available to give information
about features activated on the telephone set.
Dial tone 1: Normal dial tone. None of the features listed below
are activated.
1s
Dial tone 2: Emitted when any one of the features below are set.
Absent Message Capability
Background Music (BGM) (for proprietary telephones only)
Call Forwarding
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting
Data Line Security
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Electronic Station Lockout
Executive Busy Override Deny
Pickup Dialing
Timed Reminder
1s
Dial tone 3: Emitted when performing Account Code Entry. Also
sounds when answering Timed Reminder call.
1s
Dial tone 4: Emitted when messages are waiting for the extension.
1s
Conditions
None
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Features
Dial Type Selection
Description
Allows you to select the desired dialing mode for each outside line
regardless of originating call extension (rotary or tone).
There are three dialing modes available:
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) Mode
The dialing signal from an extension, either tone or rotary, is
converted to tone dialing. DTMF signals are transmitted to
the outside line.
Pulse Dial (Rotary) Mode
The dialing signal from an extension, either tone or rotary, is
converted to rotary dialing. Rotary pulses are transmitted to
the outside line.
Call Blocking Mode
Set this mode on outside lines that can receive both tone and
rotary, but under contract with the Central Office for rotary
only. When dialing to a line using a touch-tone telephone,
only rotary is sent to the Central Office.
Conditions
• It is possible for the extension user to temporarily convert the preassigned rotary dialing mode to DTMF mode (Pulse to Tone
Conversion). DTMF mode cannot be changed to rotary.
• In case an outside line can receive both DTMF and pulse signals and is
contracted for DTMF with a Central Office, DTMF mode should be
selected for the line. If it is contracted for rotary mode, Call Blocking
mode should be selected for the line.
• If a line is assigned Pulse Dial mode, select an appropriate pulse speed,
pulse break ratio, and inter-digit pause for the line, if necessary. If a
line is assigned DTMF, select an appropriate DTMF duration for the
line, if necessary.
• After a held call is retrieved, the dial mode goes back to the one
originally programmed on the outside line.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[402] Dial Mode Selection
[403] Pulse Speed Selection
[404] DTMF Time
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (17), (21)
Feature References
Operation References
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Features
Section 3, Features
End-to-End DTMF Signaling
(Tone Through)
Not applicable.
Pulse to Tone Conversion
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Features
Direct In Lines (DIL)
Description
Enables an incoming outside call to go directly to one or more
answering points.
DIL 1:1 puts an incoming outside call to a single destination.
Assignable destinations are: (1) extension; (2) external pager;
(3) DISA (Direct Inward System Access) message; (4) extension
group; or (5) phantom extension. This outside line can be used by
multiple extension users to make calls.
DIL 1:N puts an incoming outside call to multiple destinations.
Assignable destinations are extensions only. This outside line can
be used by multiple extension users to make and receive calls.
Both DIL 1:1 and 1:N can have different destinations for day and
night modes (Night Service).
Conditions
• If an outside line is programmed for both DIL 1:1 and DIL 1:N, it is
regarded as a DIL 1:1 line.
• DIL 1:1 to an external pager causes the pager to sound when receiving
incoming calls (TAFAS: Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any
Station feature). DIL 1:1 to DISA message allows an external caller to
access the system directly (DISA feature).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day / Night
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Description
External callers can call extensions in the system. An outgoing
message greets the caller and gives information about how to
access an extension.
An outgoing message can be recorded by the operator or manager.
External callers can also call extensions using a pre-assigned one
digit number (DISA built-in auto attendant number).
Conditions
• The following items are required for the DISA feature:
(1) An optional Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card must be
installed.
(2) The Floating Station number of the DISA message should be
assigned as the DIL 1:1 destination. This assigns the DISA line
and the message accessed by external callers.
(3) The DISA message should be recorded by the operator or
manager.
• A DISA call is answered after a ringback tone is returned to the caller
after the DISA Delayed Answer Time expires. The caller can dial
during the message.
• The floating number of a DISA message may be selected as the
destination of Intercept Routing.
• This system can store up to nine programmable DISA built-in auto
attendant numbers. Each number must be one digit.
• The DISA built-in auto attendant number may be the same as the first
digit of other numbers (extension number, floating number, etc.). To
avoid confusion, the system waits for the second digit for a
preprogrammed amount of time (default: 1 second). If the timer
expires, the system assumes that the first digit is a DISA built-in auto
attendant number.
• The outgoing message time is 16 seconds.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card / Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detective
Card Installation
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
To enable DISA feature
[100] Flexible Numbering, Outgoing message
[405] CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day / Night
[415] CPC Signal Detection Outgoing Set
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Features
[815] DISA Built-in Auto Attendant
[990] System Additional Information, Field (34)
To set DISA timer values
[213] DISA Delayed Answer Time
[218] DISA AA Wait Time
To enable the Intercept Routing feature
[203] Intercept Time
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day / Night
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Intercept Routing
Outgoing Message (OGM)
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Flow chart of possible cases and results for DISA calls
An outside call is made.
The DISA Delayed Timer starts.
The caller reaches the DISA line.
Yes
Is IRNA
employed?
All resources
are busy.
No
One of the resources is
available. (Outgoing
Message is sent.)
Intercept
Routing starts.
Kept waiting with
a ringback tone.
Making an
extension call
Is IRNA
employed?
TAFAS
Yes
No
Intercept Routing starts.
No Answer Timer starts.
Disconnected after 10 seconds.
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Display, Call Information
Description
The display proprietary telephone shows the user the following call
information:
Extension number and name
These are shown when calling or when called by an
extension user and during an established intercom call.
A display example: 12: Smith
Dialed telephone number
This is shown when dialing the telephone number.
A display example: 91234567890
Number or name of the caller
These are shown if the Caller ID feature is available.
Display examples: CO 3: 1234567890
CO 3: Panasonic
Outside Line number and name
This is shown when receiving an outside call.
A display example: CO 3: AB COMPANY
Call duration
This is shown during an established outside call. The
display remains for five seconds after the call is finished.
A display example: CO 2 0:02'28
Conditions
• Extension numbers and names are programmable. If no extension name
is stored, only the extension number is displayed.
• The display shows no intercom call duration.
• The outgoing outside call duration starts when the programmable timer
expires.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[212] Call Duration Count Start Time
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Caller ID
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Display, in Idle
Description
Offers the display proprietary telephone user a display of either the
present time and date or the self-extension number and name. This
is displayed while on-hook.
Conditions
• There are two display types:
Display example 1: Day of the week, Month, Day, Time (AM / PM)
TUE MAY16 12:00P
Display example 2: self-extension number, name
12: Tony Viola
• Pressing “ ” while on-hook allows you to alternate the display.
• The current date and time are set by System Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[000] Date and Time Set
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Appendix
Display Examples
Display, Self-Extension Number
Description
Allows the display proprietary telephone user to display their own
jack number and extension number in Station Programming mode.
Conditions
Display example
If the jack number is 02 and the extension number is 12:
Jack2<=>EXT12
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Self-Extension Number Confirmation
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Display Contrast Adjustment
Description
Allows the display proprietary telephone user to adjust the display
contrast.
Conditions
The adjusting method depends on the type of proprietary telephone (PT)
you have.
• With a KX-T7400 series digital PT, the MODE or Soft buttons and the
Jog Dial are used to sharpen the contrast to one of three levels.
• With a KX-T7200 series digital PT, the Soft buttons and the Volume
button are used to sharpen the contrast to one of three levels.
• With an analog PT, a sliding lever on the telephone (CONTRAST
selector) is used to select one of three available levels.
Programming References
Configuration....................................................................User Manual
Initial Setting for KX-T7400 Series
Initial Setting for KX-T7200 Series
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Features
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Description
Allows an extension user to appear busy to incoming outside or
extension calls. This can be set or canceled by the extension user.
Conditions
• If your proprietary telephone (PT) is not supplied with the FWD/DND
button, it can be assigned on a flexible button.
• DND does not work for the following calls: recalls for hold / Timed
Reminder alarm or calls directed by Intercept Routing.
• A PT user in DND mode can answer a call by pressing the button
showing the arrival of the call.
• An extension in DND mode can be called by other extension users who
are allowed to override DND in their Class of Service (Do Not Disturb
Override).
• Both the Call Forwarding and DND functions can be set at the same
time, but cannot work at the same time.
• Pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook allows the user to enable
or disable the Call Forwarding or DND function. If the user sets both
functions, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the
FWD/DND button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – FWD/DND Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Features
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Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
Description
Permits the pre-assigned extension user to call another user who
has set the Do Not Disturb feature. Dialing “1” enables the caller
to override the DND programmed on the called extension’s
telephone and causes the telephone to ring.
Conditions
Class of Service (COS) programming determines the extension users who
can perform DND Override.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[507] Do Not Disturb Override
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
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Features
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Features
Door Opener
Description
Allows the extension users to unlock the door for a visitor from
their telephones. The door can be unlocked by extension users who
have been programmed to receive doorphone calls. However,
while engaged on a doorphone call, any extension user can open the
door from the telephone to let the visitor in.
Conditions
• It is necessary to install a user-supplied door opener on each door to be
opened. One door opener can be installed.
• The door opener will open the door even if a doorphone is not installed.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.3 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Door opener
[607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Doorphone Call
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Doorphone Call
Features
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Features
Doorphone Call
Description
If a visitor presses the doorphone button, pre-assigned extensions
are rung. The extension who answers the call can talk to the visitor.
It is possible for any extension user to call a doorphone.
Conditions
• One doorphone can be installed.
• It is necessary to program the extensions that can receive calls from
each doorphone during day and night mode.
• If no extension user answers an incoming doorphone call within 30
seconds, the call stops ringing and is canceled.
• While engaged on a doorphone call, any extension user can open the
door from the telephone to let the visitor in (Door Opener). This
requires a user-supplied door opener.
• If the doorphone call is placed on hold, the Music on Hold is not
available.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.3 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Doorphone call
[607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Door Opener
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Doorphone Call
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Features
Electronic Station Lockout
Description
Allows the extension user to lock their station so that other users
cannot make outgoing outside calls. Any 3-digit numeric code can
be used to lock the station. The same code is used to unlock it.
Conditions
• Making intercom calls and receiving intercom or outside calls are
permitted on the locked station.
• Remote Station Lock Control overrides Electronic Station Lockout. If
the operator or manager sets Remote Station Lock on a station that has
already been locked by the station user, the user cannot unlock it.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Electronic station lockout
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Remote Station Lock Control
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Electronic Station Lockout
Features
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Features
Emergency Call
Description
Allows the extension user to dial out a pre-assigned emergency
number after seizing the outside line.
Conditions
• Up to ten emergency numbers can be stored. “911” is already stored by
the default setting.
• Registered emergency numbers can be dialed even under the following
cases;
— in Account Code – Verified (All Calls, Toll Restriction Override)
mode
— in any toll restriction level
— in Electronic Station Lockout
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[334] Emergency Dial Number Set
Feature References
None
Operation Reference
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Emergency Call
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Features
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Features
End-to-End DTMF Signaling (Tone Through)
Description
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) signaling is required for
access to special network services offered by some telephone
companies. This system allows the proprietary telephone user to
send DTMF signals to the line during an established call.
Conditions
• If the dial type of the line is assigned to DTMF, Tone Through mode is
established automatically after the dialing sequence is finished and the
call is established.
• If the dial type of the line is assigned to dial pulse, Tone Through mode
is established after the dialing sequence is finished and the “ #”
buttons are pressed (Pulse to Tone Conversion).
• This function also applies to extension and conference calls.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Dial Type Selection
Pulse to Tone Conversion
Not applicable.
Features
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Features
Executive Busy Override – Extension
Description
Allows the pre-assigned extension user to interrupt an existing
extension call, either between two inside parties or between an
outside and an inside party, to establish a three-party conference
call. It is possible for extension users to prevent this function from
being executed by another extension user (Executive Busy Override
Deny).
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines the extension users who can
perform Executive Busy Override and Executive Busy Override Deny.
• This feature does not work if the extension has set Executive Busy
Override Deny or Data Line Security.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call and vice versa, a
confirmation tone is sent to all three parties. This tone can be
eliminated by System Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Executive busy override deny
[505] Executive Busy Override
[506] Executive Busy Override Deny
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Conference
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Executive Busy Override — Extension
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Features
Executive Busy Override – Outside Line
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to interrupt an existing
outside call, either between two outside parties or between an
outside and an inside party, to establish a three-party conference
call. It is possible for extension users to prevent this function from
being executed by another extension user (Executive Busy Override
Deny).
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines the extension users who can
perform Executive Busy Override and Executive Busy Override Deny.
• The pre-assigned extension users can interrupt any outside line even if
access to the line is not allowed by System Programming.
• This feature does not work if the extension has set Executive Busy
Override Deny or Data Line Security.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call and vice versa, a
confirmation tone is sent to all three parties. This tone can be
eliminated by System Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Executive busy override deny
[505] Executive Busy Override
[506] Executive Busy Override Deny
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Conference
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Executive Busy Override — Outside Line
Features
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Extension Group
Description
The system supports eight extension groups. Any member of an
extension group can pick up a call directed to another group
member (Group Call Pickup) or can make a voice announcement to
another group member (Paging – Group). In addition, the Station
Hunting function can be enabled for each extension group.
Conditions
• Every extension should belong to an extension group but cannot belong
to more than one group.
• A floating number can be assigned to each extension group.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[106] Station Hunting Type
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Feature References
Operation References
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Features
Section 3, Features
Call Pickup, Group
Paging – Group
Not applicable.
Station Hunting
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External Feature Access
Description
Allows the extension user to have access to the features of a host
PBX, Centrex or Central Office, such as Call Waiting, etc. This is
performed by putting the current party on hold and sending a flash
signal.
Conditions
• This feature is effective only during an outside call. However if the
FLASH feature (Disconnection signal) is activated by System
Programming, this feature does not work.
• The flash time must be assigned as required by the Centrex, host PBX
or outside line.
• With a proprietary telephone, the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button or the
feature number is used to perform this function. With a standard
telephone, the feature number cannot be used when the user already has
a Consultation Hold.
• During outside calls, a FLASH stored in System Speed Dialing, Station
Speed Dialing or One-Touch Dialing functions as External Feature
Access, not as Flash.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, External feature access
[413] Flash Time
[990] System Additional Information, Field (3)
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Flash
Host PBX Access
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
External Feature Access
Features
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EXtra Device Port (XDP)
Description
EXtra Device Port (XDP) expands the number of telephones available
in the system by allowing an extension jack to contain two
telephones. A digital proprietary telephone (DPT) and a standard
telephone can be connected to the same jack but have different
extension numbers so that they can act as completely different
extensions.
Conditions
• XDP requires previous programming of the individual jack. Enable
XDP mode for the desired jack by System Programming. Immediately
after changing the assignment, the changed setting may not work for a
maximum of eight seconds.
• If an analog proprietary telephone (APT) and a standard telephone are
connected to an XDP-enabled jack, neither telephone will work.
• If XDP is disabled for the jack, DPT and a standard telephone may be
used as Paralleled Telephones. APT and a standard telephone also can
be used as Paralleled Telephones.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.4 Telephone Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[600] EXtra Device Port
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Paralleled Telephone
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Features
Facsimile Detection
Description
When the system receives a facsimile transmission signal by Direct
Inward System Access (DISA), it automatically connects the
specified facsimile extension.
Conditions
• It is required to assign the extension which can receive the facsimile
data by System Programming.
• An optional Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card must be installed.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card / Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection
Card Installation
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[129] Facsimile Transmission Extension
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Operation References
None
Features
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Features
Flash
Description
The FLASH or FLASH/RCL button is used to allow a proprietary
telephone user to disconnect the current call and originate another
call without hanging up first.
Conditions
• If External Feature Access is enabled by System Programming, this
function does not work for an outside call.
• Pressing the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button re-starts the conversation
duration, outputs a Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) call
record, inserts the automatic pause, and checks toll restriction level
again.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[414] Disconnect Time
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (3), (39)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
External Feature Access
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Flash
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Features
Flexible Numbering
Description
Flexible Feature Numbers
The numbers used for the access codes of system features and the
numbers used for extension numbers are not fixed. They can be set
as required, provided there are no conflicts. Feature numbers can
be from one to three digits, utilizing numbers “0 through 9” as well
as “ ” and “#”. Extension numbers can be two to four digits in
length. Any number can be set as the leading first or second digit.
If one digit is assigned as the leading digit, some extensions have 2digit numbers and some have 3-digit numbers. If two digits are
assigned as the leading digits, some have 3-digit numbers and some
have 4-digit numbers.
NUMBER
01
02
03 – 16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
FEATURE
1st hundred extension block
2nd hundred extension block
3rd through 16th hundred extension block
Operator call
Automatic line access / ARS
Outside line access
System speed dialing
Station speed dialing
Station speed dialing programming
Doorphone call
Paging – external
Paging – external answer / TAFAS answer
Paging – group
Paging – group answer
Call pickup, outside line
Call pickup, group
Call pickup, directed
Call hold
Call hold retrieve – intercom
Call hold retrieve – outside line
Last number redial
Call park / call park retrieve
Account code entry
Door opener
External feature access
Station feature clear
Message waiting
Outgoing message
DEFAULT
1
2
None
0
9
8
Features
3
30
31
32
42
33
43
4
40
41
50
51
53
#
52
49
55
6
790
70
36
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Flexible Feature Numbers
(contd)
NUMBER
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54†
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63 – 70
71
FEATURE
Call forwarding / do not disturb
Call pickup deny
Data line security
Call waiting / OHCA / whisper OHCA
Executive busy override deny
Pickup dialing
Absent message
Timed reminder
Electronic station lockout
Night service mode
Parallel telephone mode
Background music – external
LCS password
Call log, incoming
Call log lock, incoming
Timed reminder, remote
Log-in / log-out
Automatic callback busy cancel
Walking COS
Reserved
System working report
Quick dial location numbers 1-8
Reserved
Features
DEFAULT
710
720
730
731
733
74
750
76
77
78
39
35
799
56
57
7
45
46
47
None
794
None
None
Default feature numbers are shown above.
In addition to the flexible feature numbers above, fixed feature
numbers are provided.
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†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
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Features
Fixed Feature Numbers
Conditions
FEATURE
DEFAULT
While busy tone is heard
Automatic Callback Busy
6
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
1
Executive Busy Override
2
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) / Whisper OHCA
1
While Do Not Disturb tone is heard
Do Not Disturb Override
1
While calling or talking
Account Code Delimiter
# / 99
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice
Conference
3
Door Open
5
Pulse to Tone Conversion
#
When the set is on-hook
Background music on / off
1
Day / night mode display
#
Date and time display /
self-extension number and name display switching
• Flexible feature numbers can only be dialed during dial tone.
• The following are examples of feature number conflicts:
Examples: 1 and 11, 0 and 00, 2 and 21, 10 and 101, 32 and 321, etc.
• Some flexible feature numbers require additional digits to make the
feature active. For example, to set Call Waiting, the feature number for
“Call Waiting” must be followed by “1” and to cancel it, the same
feature number should be followed by “0”.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[003] Extension Number Set
[100] Flexible Numbering
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Features
Floating Station
Description
You can assign virtual extension numbers for resources to make
them appear as extensions. These numbers are defined as floating
numbers (FN). The following resources can have floating numbers:
(1) External paging instruments: used for Trunk (Outside
Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) feature.
One FN is available.
The FN can be assigned as:
a) Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 destination
b) Direct Inward System Access (DISA) destination
c) Intercept Routing destination
(2) Extension groups: used for Station Hunting feature.
Eight FNs are available.
The FN can be assigned as:
a) DIL 1:1 destination
b) DISA destination
c) Intercept Routing destination
d) Intercom call destination
(3) DISA messages: used for DISA feature.
One FN is available.
The FN can be assigned as:
a) DIL 1:1 destination
b) Intercept Routing destination
Conditions
Floating numbers cannot be used for setting a feature such as Call
Forwarding, etc.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card / Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection
Card Installation
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Features
Full One-Touch Dialing
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to make a call or have access
to a system service with one button. There is no need to turn the
SP-PHONE / MONITOR button on before pressing the button,
which is required for One-Touch Dialing. The handsfree operation
is automatically provided by pressing an One-Touch Dialing button,
DSS (Direct Station Selection) button, REDIAL button or SAVE
button.
Conditions
• It is necessary to program automatic handsfree dial mode.
• This feature is also available with the Function button or Jog Dial
operation for KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 or KX-T7235 (Special
Display Features).
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Full One-Touch Dialing Assignment
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Button, Direct Station
Selection (DSS)
One-Touch Dialing
Redial, Last Number
Redial, Saved Number
Special Display Features
DPT Features
Full One-Touch Dialing
Features
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Features
Handset / Headset Selection
Description
The system supports the use of headsets on proprietary telephones.
Conditions
• The headset is an option.
• To set headset mode on a digital proprietary telephone (PT), use Station
Programming. To set headset mode on an analog PT, use the handset /
headset selector provided on the set and / or on the headset.
Connection References
Please refer to the Operating Instructions for the Headset, KX-T30890.
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Handset/Headset Selection
Feature References
None
Operation References
Please refer to the Operating Instructions for the Headset, KX-T30890.
Handset Microphone Mute
Description
Allows the KX-T7400 series digital proprietary telephone user to
turn off the handset microphone, for privacy.
Conditions
• This is effective for the handset microphone only. Only your voice will
be muted during a handset conversation.
• The user can hear the other party’s voice during Handset Microphone
Mute.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Handset Microphone Mute
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Features
Handsfree Answerback
Description
Allows the speakerphone telephone user to talk to a caller without
lifting the handset, if the user has set handsfree answerback mode.
If the user receives an intercom call in this mode, handsfree
conversation is established immediately after the user hears a beep
tone and the caller hears a confirmation tone.
Conditions
• Handsfree answerback mode is set or canceled by pressing the AUTO
ANSWER button.
• This feature does not work for calls from outside parties or doorphone
calls.
• Handsfree Answerback set on a telephone overrides the Ring / Voice
Intercom Alerting mode preset on the telephone; Handsfree
conversation mode is established as soon as a confirmation tone is sent.
Programming Reference
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Alternate Calling – Ring / Voice
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Handsfree Answerback
Features
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Handsfree Operation
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to dial and to talk to the other
party without lifting the handset. Pressing an appropriate button
provides handsfree mode.
Conditions
• This function can be utilized by pressing a button listed below when the
SP-PHONE / MONITOR button indicator is off:
SP-PHONE button; MONITOR button; INTERCOM button; CO button
• The KX-T7050 and the KX-T7250 can be used for handsfree dialing
operations, etc., but cannot be used for a handsfree conversation.
• A single press of an One-Touch Button, DSS (Direct Station Selection)
button, REDIAL button or a SAVE button also provides the handsfree
mode if Full One-Touch Dialing is activated.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Full One-Touch Dialing
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Handsfree Operation
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Features
Hold Recall
Description
Prevents a call on hold from being kept waiting longer than a predetermined time. If the timer expires, ringing or an alarm tone is
generated as a reminder to the user who held the call. If the user is
on-hook and its speaker-phone is off, the phone will ring. If the
user is off-hook or in speakerphone mode when the timer expires,
an alarm tone is sent from the built-in speaker of a proprietary
telephone (PT) or from the handset receiver of a standard telephone
at 15-second intervals.
Conditions
• Hold Recall can be disabled by programming.
• The display PT flashes the indication of the held party for five seconds
at 15-second intervals synchronized with the tone.
• Alarm tone is sent as follows:
15 s
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[200] Hold Recall Time
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Call Hold – Intercom
Call Hold – Outside Line
Call Hold, Exclusive – Intercom
Call Hold, Exclusive – Outside
Line
Not applicable.
Features
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Features
Host PBX Access
Description
The system may be installed behind an existing host PBX. This is
performed by connecting a line from the host to an outside line in
the Digital Super Hybrid System.
Conditions
• To enable Host PBX Access, put the host PBX line in an outside line.
The user accesses the host PBX by selecting that outside line.
• A Host PBX Access Code is required to access outside lines of the host
PBX.
• A pause, if programmed, can be inserted between the user-dialed Host
PBX Access Code and the following digits (Automatic Pause Insertion).
Program the pause time required by the Host PBX for that outside line.
• Access to the host PBX during a conversation is also possible (External
Feature Access).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[411] Host PBX Access Codes
[412] Pause Time
Feature References
Operation References
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Features
Section 3, Features
External Feature Access
Not applicable.
Pause Insertion, Automatic
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Intercept Routing
Description
Provides automatic redirection of incoming outside calls. There are
two types of Intercept Routing. In the first case, a call cannot be
sent to the called party. This is called Rerouting. In the second
case, the call is not answered within a programmed time period.
This is called Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA).
Conditions
• Intercept Routing applies to Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1, DIL 1:N, Direct
Inward System Access (DISA), Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From
Any Station (TAFAS), Call Forwarding, and Station Hunting.
• The final destination of intercepted calls must be programmed for day
and night modes. There are six possible destinations.
1) An extension
4) An extension group
2) An external pager
5) A phantom extension
3) A DISA outgoing message
6) A voice mail extension
• If the destination is in Do Not Disturb mode, Do Not Disturb does not
function and the call is sent.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[203] Intercept Time
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day / Night
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Intercom Calling
Description
Allows the extension user to call another extension user within the
system.
Conditions
• Extension numbers are assigned to all extensions by System
Programming. An extension number is programmed to be two, three, or
four digits.
• Names can be given to extension numbers by System Programming.
An extension number and a name, if programmed, is shown on the
display proprietary telephone during an intercom call.
• DSS (Direct Station Selection) buttons permit one-touch access to an
extension and provide Busy Lamp Field.
• KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 users can make an
extension call with an extension dialing directory on the display.
• After dialing an extension number, the user will hear one of the
following:
Ringback tone: indicates the other extension is being called.
Confirmation tone: indicates the user can perform Voice
Calling.
Busy tone: indicates the other extension is busy.
Do Not Disturb (DND) tone: indicates the other extension has
DND assigned.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
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Features
Section 3, Features
Busy Lamp Field
Button, Direct Station Selection
(DSS)
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Intercom Calling
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Features
LED Indication, Intercom
Description
The LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicator of the INTERCOM
button indicates the line condition with a variety of lighting
patterns. This allows the user to see the current state of the
intercom line. The table below shows the lighting patterns and the
intercom line conditions.
INTERCOM Button
Off
Green On
Green slow flashing
Green moderate
flashing
Green rapid flashing
Conditions
Intercom Status
Idle
Intercom call / Conference established
Intercom call hold
Intercom call exclusive hold /
Consultation hold
Incoming intercom / doorphone call
None
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Busy Lamp Field
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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LED Indication, Outside Line
Description
The LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicators of the buttons
associated with outside lines show the line conditions with a variety
of lighting patterns. This allows the user to see which lines are idle
and which lines are in use. The table below shows the lighting
pattern for different line conditions.
LED Indicator
Off
Green On
Green slow flashing
Green moderate
flashing
Green rapid flashing
Red On
Red slow flashing
Outside Line Status
Idle
I-use
I-hold
I-Exclusive Hold / Outside-to-outside
line call / Unattended Conference
Hold Recall / Privacy Release possible /
Incoming call
Other-use / Log-Out
Other-hold
Flashing light patterns
Slow flashing
Moderate flashing
Rapid flashing
1s
Conditions
• Red slow flashing indication appears on the Single-CO (S-CO) button
only.
• The indication of Privacy Release appears on the S-CO button only.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Loop-CO (L-CO) Button,
Single-CO (S-CO) Button
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Features
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Button, Loop-CO (L-CO)
Button, Single-CO (S-CO)
Not applicable.
Limited Call Duration
Description
Limited Call Duration is a system programmable feature that
disconnects an outside call when a specified timer expires. A
warning tone is sent to the extension user 15 seconds, 10 seconds,
and 5 seconds before the time-limit. Limiting the call duration can
be activated or deactivated by Class of Service (COS) for each
extension.
Conditions
• Any outside call except outside-to-outside line call is limited by this
feature. For outside-to-outside line calls, Outside-to-Outside Line Call
Duration is activated.
• It is programmable to select the limited call, either incoming and
outgoing call or outgoing call only.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[502] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit
[990] System Additional Information, Field (12)
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Call Forwarding – to Outside Line
Call Transfer, Screened – to
Outside Line
Conference, Unattended
Not applicable.
Features
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Line Access, Automatic
Description
Allows the extension user to dial the automatic line access number
and access an idle line from the outside lines assigned for the
extension. The proprietary telephone user can use the Loop-CO
button in place of the access number.
Conditions
• This feature functions with Automatic Route Selection (ARS), if ARS
is activated. If so, the least expensive route is automatically selected.
• Each extension is subject to System Programming items for outside
lines available to access.
• The outside line hunting sequence is determined by System
Programming.
• This feature requires a CO button (Loop-CO or Single-CO) assignment
on a proprietary telephone (PT). Dialing the line access code selects a
CO button on a PT according to the priority:
Single-CO > Loop-CO (on a hunted outside line)
• If Idle Line Preference – Outgoing is set on the telephone, the user can
access an idle line only by going off-hook.
• The system waits for a programmed time before dialing after an outside
line is seized.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Automatic line access / ARS
[103] Automatic Access Outside Line Assignment
[211] Dial Start Time
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day /
Night
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Outward Dialing – Line Access, Automatic
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Features
Line Access, Direct
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to select an outside line by
pressing an idle CO button, which automatically establishes the
handsfree operation mode and allows the user to perform On-Hook
Dialing. The user need not press the SP-PHONE button,
MONITOR button nor lift the handset.
Conditions
• There are three types of CO buttons which can be programmed on an
extension: Single-CO button and Loop-CO button.
• Each extension is subject to System Programming items for outside
lines available to access.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[211] Dial Start Time
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day /
Night
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Loop-CO (L-CO) Button,
Single-CO (S-CO) Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Button, Loop-CO (L-CO)
Button, Single-CO (S-CO)
Outside Line Connection
Assignment – Outgoing
DPT Features
Outward Dialing – Line Access, Automatic / Line Access, Individual
Features
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Features
Line Access, Individual
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user one-button access to an
outside line without having to dial a line access code.
Conditions
• Each extension is subject to System Programming items for outside
lines available to access.
• This feature requires a Single-CO button assignment on a proprietary
telephone.
• The system waits for a programmed time before dialing after an outside
line is seized.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[211] Dial Start Time
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment
— Day / Night
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Single-CO (S-CO) Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
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Features
Section 3, Features
Button, Single-CO (S-CO)
Outside Line Connection
Assignment – Outgoing
DPT Features
Outward Dialing – Line Access, Individual
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Features
Line Preference – Incoming (No Line / Prime Line / Ringing Line)
Description
A proprietary telephone user can select the method used to answer
incoming calls from the following three line preferences:
(1) No Line Preference
No line is selected when you go off-hook. You must select
a line to answer an incoming call.
(2) Prime Line Preference
You can assign a prime line beforehand and answer a call
on that line, when multiple calls are received
simultaneously.
(3) Ringing Line Preference
When you go off-hook, you can answer the call ringing at
your telephone.
Conditions
• Setting a new line preference feature cancels the previous setting.
• If Prime Line Preference is selected and an incoming call arrives from a
line other than the prime line, it cannot be answered just by going offhook. The Prime Line should be assigned to the Single-CO button.
• If Ringing Line Preference is selected, going off-hook does not answer
a line programmed for “no ring” even though there is an incoming call.
Going off-hook during the delay time does not answer a line
programmed for “delayed ringing”.
• A standard telephone is always set to Ringing Line Preference and
cannot be changed.
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Preferred Line Assignment – Incoming
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Basic Operation
Receiving Calls
Features
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Line Preference – Outgoing (Idle Line / No Line / Prime Line)
Description
A proprietary telephone user can select a desired outgoing line
preference to originate calls from the following three line
preferences:
(1) Idle Line Preference:
When you go off-hook, you are connected to an idle line. An
idle line is automatically selected from the pre-assigned lines.
(2) No Line Preference:
No line is selected when you go off-hook. You must select a
line to make a call.
(3) Prime Line Preference:
When you go off-hook, you are connected to the pre
assigned line. Assign a line as your prime line beforehand.
Conditions
• Setting a new line preference feature cancels the previous setting.
• To set Prime Line Preference, one prime line is selected from intercom
or outside lines.
• The outside lines used by users must be connected by programming.
• To select Idle Line Preference, outside lines available for the user
should be programmed. Also outside lines available for Automatic
Line Access should be assigned.
• The user can override the Idle / Prime Line Preference temporarily to
select a specific line. To select it, press the desired line access button
(INTERCOM or CO button) before going off-hook or pressing the SPPHONE / MONITOR button; or if Full One-Touch Dialing is enabled,
press One-Touch Dialing, DSS (Direct Station Selection), REDIAL, or
SAVE button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[103] Automatic Access Outside Line Assignment
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day / Night
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Loop-CO (L-CO) Button,
Single-CO (S-CO) Button
Preferred Line Assignment – Outgoing
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing
Operation References
—User Manual
Basic Operation
Making Calls
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Live Call Screening (LCS)†
Description
Allows a digital proprietary telephone user to monitor their voice
mailbox while an incoming caller is leaving a message and, if
desired, intercept the call. The voice mailbox can be monitored in
one of two ways — Hands-free Mode or Private Mode.
Hands-free Mode
The voice mailbox is monitored through the built-in speaker
of the proprietary telephone.
Private Mode
The proprietary telephone emits an alert tone when callers are
connected to the voice mailbox. To monitor the call, the user
goes off hook with the handset or speakerphone.
Alert Tone
1s
To intercept the call in either Hands-Free or Private mode, press the
LCS button.
A standard telephone, which is connected to a proprietary telephone
in parallel, can be also used to monitor a message recording.
Be sure that Live Call Screening on the connected proprietary
telephone has been activated.
This feature is useful when you are using a cordless telephone
(standard telephone). The handset emits an alert tone to let you
know that a message is being recorded. To intercept the call, flash
the hookswitch.
Conditions
• When the extension user is having a conversation, a call waiting tone is
sent. The user can put the existing call on hold before accessing LCS.
• A flexible CO and DSS (Direct Station Selection) button can be
assigned as a Live Call Screening button.
• To prevent unauthorized monitoring, a three-digit password must be set
by the LCS user. If the user forgets their password, it can be cleared by
the operator or manager.
• Each extension can be programmed to either close the mailbox or keep
recording the conversation after the call is intercepted.
†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
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Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[610] Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment — Live Call Screening (LCS) Button
Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel Button
Live Call Screening Mode Set
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Live Call Screening (LCS)
Lockout
Description
If one party in a conversation goes on-hook, they are both
disconnected from the speech path automatically. This feature
applies to extension and outside calls. A reorder tone is sent to the
off-hook party before it is disconnected.
Conditions
In the case of a standard telephone, if nothing is dialed within a certain
period of time after the other party goes on-hook, a reorder tone is sent to
the standard telephone and then is disconnected from the speech path.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Lockout
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Log-In / Log-Out
Description
Assigns an extension to join (log-in) or leave (log-out) a hunting,
ring or Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) group. Extensions in logout status will not receive calls via Station Hunting but will receive
other calls, unlike the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature.
Conditions
• There should be at least one extension that is in log-in status.
• The lighting patterns and status of the Log-In/Log-Out button are
shown below.
Lighting
pattern
Red on
Flashing red
Off
Outside Line Status
UCD
Station Hunting
Log-Out
Log-Out
Log-In (waiting calls)
Log-In (no calls)
Log-In (no calls)
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Log-in / log-out
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Log-In / Log-Out Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Station Hunting
Ring Group
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Log-In / Log-Out
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Manager Extension
Description
One extension in the system can be assigned as the system
manager. This extension can perform System Programming and the
following manager services:
• Clearing the Call Log Lock
• Clearing the Live Call Screening Password
• Printing / clearing the System Working Report
• Recording and playing outgoing messages
• Switching Day / Night mode manually
• Setting / canceling / confirming the Timed Reminder
(Wake-up Call) remotely
• Setting / clearing the Remote Station Lock
• Setting the Background Music – External on and off
Conditions
• Besides the manager extension, the extension that is connected to jack 1
is able to perform System Programming.
• If eXtra Device Port mode is activated at the manager extension, the
proprietary telephone user is regarded as the manager.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
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Message Waiting
Description
The system supports the ability to inform the called party of a
message waiting. The called party, with a MESSAGE button,
knows there is a message if the MESSAGE button LED (Light
Emitting Diode) lights red. If the button is not provided or
assigned, the called party hears a special dial tone, when he / she
goes off-hook. Pressing the lit MESSAGE button or dialing the
Message Waiting feature number can call back the caller or listen to
messages which are stored in a mailbox in the Voice Processing
System.
Conditions
• For a proprietary telephone which does not have a MESSAGE button, a
flexible CO button can be assigned as the MESSAGE button either by
System or Station Programming.
• For standard telephone users, the message waiting ring tone can be sent
to notify the user. The message waiting ring interval time is
programmable by System Programming (default: 0=no ring).
• Canceling a message can be performed from the sending extension or
from the receiving extension.
• The system supports a maximum of 16 simultaneous messages.
• Messages are always left on the original extension. They can not be
sent to a Call Forwarding or Station Hunting destination.
• The message waiting ring type can be changed in program [990], Field
(40).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Message waiting
[216] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time
[990] System Additional Information Fields (9), (40)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Dial Tone, Distinctive
Voice Mail Integration
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Message Waiting
Voice Mail Integration
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Microphone Mute
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to turn off the microphone,
for privacy reasons.
Conditions
• This is effective for the microphone only; only your voice will be muted
during a handsfree conversation.
• The user can hear the other party’s voice during Microphone Mute.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Microphone Mute
Mixed Station Capacities
Description
This system supports a wide range of telephone sets, not only
Digital Proprietary Telephones (DPT) and Analog Proprietary
Telephones (APT) in the Digital Super Hybrid System, but also
single line rotary telephones (10 pps / 20 pps, employing dial pulse
signals) and single line push-button dialing telephones (touch tone).
The super hybrid method used in this system allows any telephone
to be connected to an extension modular jack without an adaptor.
Conditions
If a telephone is replaced by another one, the stored data (such as feature
button storage) is preserved for the new one.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.3 Extension Connection
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Music on Hold
Description
While a party is on hold, music is automatically generated.
Conditions
• Operations such as Call Hold, Exclusive Call Hold or Consultation
Hold generates Music on Hold. In case of Call Transfer, it is possible to
assign either Music on Hold or ringback tone is generated.
• It is necessary to connect a user-supplied external music source such as
a radio to the system. One external music source can be connected to
the system.
• The music source is used for Music on Hold and/or BGM. It is also
possible to disable the Music on Hold and/or BGM.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.7 External Music Source Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[803] Music Source Use
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (1), (20)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Background Music (BGM)
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Night Service
Description
The system supports both night and day modes of operation. The
system operation for originating and receiving calls can be different
for day and night modes. The system operation for restricting toll
calls can be arranged separately to prevent unauthorized toll calls at
night.
Switching the Day / Night Mode
Day / Night mode can be switched either automatically at a preassigned time or manually by the operator or the manager at any
desired time.
Automatic Night Service: If you select the automatic
switching mode, your system will switch the day / night mode
at the programmed time each day. The starting time of the
day / night mode can be set for each day.
Manual Night Service: If you select the manual switching
mode, the operator or the manager can switch the day / night
mode by dialing the feature number.
Conditions
The following programming items may be assigned differently for the day
and night modes.
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day / Night
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day / Night
[500]–[501] Toll Restriction Level — Day / Night
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing
— Day / Night
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment
— Day / Night
[607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Night service mode
[101] Day / Night Service Switching Mode
[102] Day / Night Service Starting Time
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Night Service
Operator / Manager Service Features
Night Service On / Off
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Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Description
OHCA allows you to inform a busy extension that another call is
waiting by talking through the built-in speaker of the called party’s
proprietary telephone. If the existing call is using the handset,
the second conversation is made with the speakerphone so that the
called party can talk to two parties independently. OHCA is
performed the same way as Busy Station Signaling (BSS). It
depends on the telephone type used by the called party whether
Call Waiting, OHCA or Whisper OHCA is activated by the
operation. If the called telephone is one of the following, OHCA
becomes active: KX-T7436, KX-T7235.
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines which extensions can
perform this.
• If none of three features, Call Waiting, OHCA or Whisper OHCA is set
at the called party, the caller will hear a reorder tone.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call waiting / OHCA / whisper OHCA
[509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Call Waiting
Whisper OHCA
DPT Features
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
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Off-Hook Monitor
Description
Allows the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, and KX-T7436 digital
proprietary telephone users to let the other users listen to the
conversation through the built-in speaker, while continuing the
same call using the handset.
Conditions
This is effective with a handset conversation.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[148] Off-Hook Monitor
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Off-Hook Monitor
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One-Touch Dialing
Description
One-Touch Dialing offers the proprietary telephone (PT) user onetouch access to a desired party or system feature. This is activated
by storing an extension number, telephone number or a feature
number (up to 16-digits) in an One-Touch Dialing button. The
number of buttons available depends on the type of PT. One-Touch
Dialing buttons can be programmed to flexible buttons: CO, DSS
(Direct Station Selection) or PF (Programmable Feature).
Conditions
• It is possible to store an account code into an One-Touch Dialing
button.
• It is possible to assign an One-Touch Dialing button for direct access to
Voice Mail.
• Speed Dialing, One-Touch Dialing, manual dialing, Last Number
Redial and Saved Number Redial can be used together.
• It is possible to store a number consisting of 17 digits or more by
dividing it and storing it in two One-Touch Dialing buttons. In this
case, a line access code should be stored in the first button.
• If Full One-Touch Dialing is enabled, there is no need to go off-hook,
before pressing the One-Touch Dialing button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – One-Touch Dialing Button
Full One-Touch Dialing Assignment
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Full One-Touch Dialing
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
One-Touch Dialing
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One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button
Description
This feature, if programmed, allows the proprietary telephone user
to hold an outside call and quickly transfer it to an extension.
While talking to an outside party, pressing a DSS button provides
automatic hold and transfer. There is no need to press the
TRANSFER button. The extension starts ringing immediately.
Conditions
• One-Touch Transfer cannot be performed when there is another call on
Consultation Hold.
• If One-Touch Transfer mode is disabled, the user transfers an outside
call by pressing the TRANSFER button followed by the DSS button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[108] Automatic Hold by CO / DSS Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Button, Direct Station Selection (DSS)
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Call Transfer — to Extension
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Operator
Description
The system supports up to two operators. Any extension can be
designated as an operator.
The extension assigned as an operator has the ability to perform the
following operations:
• Clearing the Call Log Lock
• Clearing the Live Call Screening Password
• Printing / clearing the System Working Report
• Recording and playing outgoing messages
• Switching Day / Night mode manually
• Setting / canceling / confirming the Timed Reminder
(Wake-up Call) remotely
• Setting / clearing the Remote Station Lock
• Setting the Background Music – External on and off
Conditions
• If eXtra Device Port mode is activated at the operator’s extension, the
proprietary telephone user is regarded as the operator.
• The operator can be assigned as the destination of Transfer Recall and
Call Park Recall by System Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Operator call
[990] System Additional Information, Field (11)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
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Operator Call
Description
Allows the extension user to call an extension operator by dialing
the feature number, if at least one operator is assigned. There can
be one or two extensions assigned as Operator 1 and 2.
Conditions
When an operator call (default: 0) is made, the call is connected to
Operator 1 first, and then Operator 2 if Operator 1 is busy. Through
System Programming, it is possible to change the routing so that Operator
1 and Operator 2 are called simultaneously when the operator is called.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Operator call
[990] System Additional Information, Field (44)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Operator Call
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Outgoing Message (OGM)
Description
Allows the extension assigned as an operator or manager to record
an outgoing voice message. This message is played when a caller
accesses the DISA feature.
After recording the message, the operator or manager can also play
it back for confirmation.
Conditions
• A Caller ID / DISA / FAX Detection Card is required to program the
OGM.
• The maximum recording time for OGM is 16 seconds.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.4.2 4-SLT Extension Expansion Card / Caller ID/DISA/FAX Detection
Card Installation
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Outgoing message
[990] System Additional Information, Field (34)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
Outgoing Message (OGM)
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Outside Line Connection Assignment
Description
This allows you to specify the outside lines connected to your
system which prevents an extension user from originating an
outside call by selecting a line which is not connected. An idle line
is selected from the connected ones when an extension user makes
an Automatic Line Access.
Conditions
• If the user tries to make a call with a disconnected line, a reorder tone
sounds to indicate that the line is out of use.
• This is effective for all outgoing calls including Direct Inward System
Access (DISA).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Outside Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing
Description
Allows you to assign the outside line to an extension user which is
used for outgoing calls. This feature is useful to prevent
unauthorized toll calls.
Conditions
• When an extension user tries to make an outside call on a disallowed
outside line, a reorder tone is sent to indicate that the user cannot use
the outside line.
• Day and Night Service are individually programmed. (Night Service)
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day /
Night
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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PAGING FEATURES – SUMMARY
Description
Paging allows you to make a voice announcement to many people
at the same time. Your message is announced over the built-in
speakers of proprietary telephones and / or external speakers
(external pagers). The paged person can answer your page from a
nearby telephone. Making and answering a page is possible from
either a proprietary or standard telephone. You can do paging with
a call on hold in order to transfer the call (Paging and Transfer).
The page can also be denied.
Paging features are classified as follows:
Paging – All
Paging – External
Paging – Group
Paging – All
Description
Allows you to make a voice announcement from the speakers of the
proprietary telephones and from the external paging devices
(external pagers). If one of the paged persons answers your page,
you can talk to the person through the connected line.
Conditions
• A confirmation tone is sent to extensions, when the page is made or
answered. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
• A confirmation tone is sent from external pagers, before the voice
announcement. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
• A ringing or busy extension cannot receive a page.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Paging – external, Paging – external answer /
TAFAS answer, Paging – group, Paging – group answer
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Paging — All
Paging and Transfer
Paging — ANSWER
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Paging – External
Description
Allows you to make a voice announcement using external paging
devices (external pagers). One pager can be connected. Any
telephone user can answer your Paging – External.
Conditions
• An external pager must be connected beforehand.
• External pagers can be used for Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From
Any Station (TAFAS), Paging – External, or Background Music (BGM)
– External in this order. For example, if Paging – External is
overridden by TAFAS, reorder tone is returned to the performer of the
Paging – External. If BGM is overridden by a higher priority, it is
interrupted and starts again when the higher priority is finished.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the extensions and external pager, when
the paging is made or answered. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
• A confirmation tone is sent from external pagers before the voice
announcement. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Paging – external, Paging – external answer /
TAFAS answer
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Paging — External
Paging and Transfer
Paging — ANSWER
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Paging – Group
Description
Allows you to select an extension group and make a voice
announcement. All the proprietary telephones in the group will
receive the page. If a member of the paged group answers your
paging, you can talk to the person through the connected line.
Conditions
• To select all groups page all extensions.
• A confirmation tone is sent when the page is made or answered.
Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Paging – group, Paging – group answer
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Extension Group
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Paging — Group
Paging and Transfer
Paging — ANSWER
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Paralleled Telephone
Description
Any proprietary telephone can be connected in parallel with a
standard telephone. The following two combinations of telephones
are available:
(1)APT + Standard Telephone (an analog proprietary
telephone and a standard telephone/device)
(2)DPT + Standard Telephone (a digital proprietary telephone
and a standard telephone/device)
When a parallel connection is made, an extension user can make
and answer a call using either telephone.
Conditions
• The proprietary telephone (PT) can be used to perform normal
operations whether or not the standard telephone is enabled.
• In the DPT + standard telephone combination, if one telephone goes
off-hook while the other telephone is on a call, the call is switched to
the former.
• In the APT + standard telephone combination, if one telephone goes
off-hook while the other telephone is on a call, a three-party call is
established. If one user goes on-hook, the other user continues the call.
• When receiving a call;
The standard telephone is activated; both the PT and the standard
telephone will ring except when the PT is in Handsfree Answerback
mode or Voice Alerting mode.
The standard telephone is deactivated; the PT rings but the standard
telephone does not ring. However, the standard telephone can answer
the phone.
• When the standard telephone is in operation, the display and LED
(Light Emitting Diode) indicator on the paired PT will work in the same
way as if the PT is in operation.
• If APT + standard telephone are used, the extension user cannot
originate a call from the standard telephone if the APT is:
– playing Background Music (BGM)
– in programming mode
– receiving a paging announcement over the built-in speaker.
• If eXtra Device Port feature is available, a DPT + standard telephone
can act as completely different extensions.
• The Call Waiting tone can be heard only by a PT.
• If a standard telephone with the Caller ID feature is connected in
parallel, the Caller ID feature will not function.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.4 Telephone Connection
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Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Parallel telephone mode
Feature References
Section 3, Features
EXtra Device Port (XDP)
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Paralleled Telephone Connection
Pause Insertion, Automatic
Description
This function is used to insert a pre-assigned pause between the
outside line access number, the host PBX, Centrex or carrier access
code and dialed digits.
Conditions
• This feature requires previous programming of an outside line access
number, host PBX, Centrex and special carrier access codes as well as
assignment of the pause duration.
• This feature works for Speed Dialing, One-Touch Dialing, Last Number
Redial, Saved Number Redial, Pickup Dialing, Call Forwarding – to
Outside Line as well as for ordinary calls.
• Pressing the PAUSE button in dialing number inserts a pause for a preassigned time.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Automatic line access / ARS, Outside line
access
[311] Special Carrier Access Codes
[411] Host PBX Access Codes
[412] Pause Time
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Host PBX Access
Toll Restriction
Not applicable.
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Phantom Extension
Description
Allows the system to route calls to a phantom extension. A call to
a phantom extension is sent to extensions that have the
corresponding Phantom Extension button. A Phantom Extension
button can be assigned by Station Programming.
Conditions
• Types of calls whose destination can be the phantom extension are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1;
Direct Inward System Access (DISA);
Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA)
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• You can call the phantom extension by pressing the Phantom Extension
button or by dialing the phantom extension number. If several extensions
have the same phantom extension number, they will ring simultaneously.
• A phantom number must be assigned by System Programming before
assigning the Phantom Extension button by Station Programming.
• There is a maximum of 16 phantom numbers. Each number has two to
four digits, consisting of numbers 0 through 9.
• The phantom number cannot be used for feature settings such as Call
Forwarding.
• The lighting patterns and statuses of the Phantom Extension button are
shown below.
Lighting pattern
Off
Red on
Flashing green rapidly
Phantom Extension Status
Idle
Calling a phantom extension
Incoming call
• A DSS (Direct Station Selection) button can be assigned as the
Phantom Extension button so that the operator can use the button for
transferring a call.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[124] Phantom Extension Number Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – Phantom Extension Button
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Phantom Extension
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Pickup Dialing
Description
Allows an extension user to make an outgoing call by going offhook, if the user has previously stored the telephone number. This
feature is also known as Hot Line.
Conditions
• A rotary dial telephone without the “#” button cannot program this
feature. For programming the phone number, temporarily replace a
rotary dial telephone with a pulse telephone with the “#” button.
• The user uses a feature number to activate or deactivate pickup dialing.
• If the feature is activated and the user goes off-hook, a dial tone is
generated for the waiting time and then dialing starts. During the
waiting time the user can dial another party, overriding the Pickup
Dialing function.
• If the user answers an incoming call or retrieves a call on hold, the
Pickup Dialing feature does not work.
• If the proprietary telephone is provided with a PF 12 button, the stored
number in the PF12 button is common with the one for Pickup Dialing.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Pickup dialing
[204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
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Power Failure Restart
Description
When turning back on the electricity, the system restarts the stored
data automatically. Before restarting, the system records the error
log if necessary.
Conditions
• In the event of a power failure, system memory is protected by a
factory-provided lithium battery. There is no memory loss except the
memories of Camp-On and Call Park.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Power Failure Transfer
Description
If a power failure should happen, or during a system-off-line state,
a specific extension telephone instrument is automatically
connected to a specific outside line. This provides outside line
conversation between the following extension and outside line:
CO 1 is connected to extension jack number 1
A standard telephone can work in case of a power failure. Connect
a standard telephone to the above extension jack.
Conditions
• All other conversations except for the above combinations are
disconnected during a power failure.
• Only the outside line conversations can operate. All other features do
not work.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.2 Outside Line Connection
2.3.3 Extension Connection
2.5 Auxiliary Connection for Power Failure Transfer
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Power Failure Restart
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Privacy, Automatic
Description
By default all conversations established on outside lines, extension
lines and doorphone lines have privacy activated.
Conditions
Automatic privacy may be temporarily released for a three-party
conference, which is established either by Executive Busy Override or
Privacy Release.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Executive Busy Override –
Outside Line
Executive Busy Override –
Extension
Privacy Release
Not applicable.
Privacy Release
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to release Automatic Privacy
for an existing call in order to establish a three-party call. During a
conversation with an outside party on a CO button, the user can
allow another extension party to join the conversation by pressing
the CO button.
Conditions
When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call or vice versa, a
confirmation tone is sent to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Privacy, Automatic
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Privacy Release
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Pulse to Tone Conversion
Description
This feature allows the extension user to change from pulse dial to
tone (DTMF) dial so that the user can access special services such
as computer-accessed long distance calling or voice mail services.
Conditions
• This feature works only on outside lines set to Pulse Dialing mode or
Call Blocking mode.
• Dial Type Selection provides selection of a dial mode for each outside
line.
• This feature is unavailable to DISA (Direct Inward System Access)
callers.
• Changing tone to pulse is not possible.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[402] Dial Mode Selection
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Dial Type Selection
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Pulse to Tone Conversion
Features
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Features
Quick Dialing
Description
Quick Dialing offers the extension user one-touch access to a
desired party. This is enabled by storing an extension number or a
telephone number up to 16-digits as a quick dial number.
Conditions
• Up to eight quick dial numbers can be stored.
• For example, Quick Dialing is convenient for room service calls in a
hotel.
• You must assign a feature number first in program [100] “Flexible
Numbering”, and then a quick dial number in program [009] “Quick
Dial Number Set” in order for Quick Dialing to be effective.
Example: If you want to assign the extension number 101 in quick dial
number 3;
1) Change or clear the feature numbers which have “3” in the first
digit in program [100].
2) Assign “3” in the selection number 63 (Quick dial location number
1) in program [100].
3) Assign “11” in location number 1 (the same location number as the
quick dial location number 1 in program [100]) in program [009].
Now you can dial quick dial number 3 to call extension 11.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[009] Quick Dial Number Set
[100] Flexible Numbering, Quick dial location numbers 1-8
Feature References
None
Operation Reference
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Quick Dialing
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Redial, Last Number
Description
Every telephone in the system automatically saves the last
telephone number dialed to an outside line and allows the extension
user to dial the same number again.
Conditions
• With a proprietary telephone, REDIAL button is used to carry out Last
Number Redial. With a standard telephone, the feature number is used.
• The memorized telephone number is replaced by a new one if at least
one digit sent to an outside line is dialed. Dialing an outside line access
code alone does not change the memorized number.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Last number redial
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Redial, Last Number
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Redial, Saved Number
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to save a telephone number
and redial the number afterwards. The user can store it while in
conversation on an outside line. The saved number can be redialed
until another number is stored.
Conditions
If the SAVE button is not provided on your PT, it is possible to assign a
flexible button to be the SAVE button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – SAVE Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Button, Flexible
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Redial, Saved Number
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Remote Station Lock Control
Description
The operator and manager are given the privilege of controlling
Electronic Station Lockout on any station.
Conditions
Remote Station Lock Control is superior to Electronic Station Lockout.
If Station Lockout has already been set by the extension user and Remote
Station Lock is set by the operator or manager, canceling the lock is only
possible by the operator or manager.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Electronic Station Lockout
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
Remote Station Lock Control
Reverse Circuit
Description
This feature can be used to detect a reversal of outside line polarity
from the Central Office when trying to make an outside line call.
This is useful for determining the start and completion of outside
line calls.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[416] Reverse Circuit Assignment
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Ring Group
Description
All extensions in a ring group ring simultaneously by dialing the
floating number of the extension group. A ring group can be a
Station Hunting type.
Conditions
• Types of calls whose destination can be the ring group are:
Outside calls – Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1;
Direct Inward System Access (DISA);
Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA)
Intercom calls – Extension; Transfer
• The floating number of the extension group is used for all other hunting
types, Circular, Termination, Voice Mail (VM), Automated Attendant
(AA) and Uniform Call Distribution (UCD).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[106] Station Hunting Type
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Feature References
Operation References
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Features
Section 3, Features
Floating Station
Not applicable.
Station Hunting
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Ringing, Delayed
Description
If Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:N is established, a telephone set is
originally set to ring instantly. This setting can be changed to
delayed ringing, no ringing or no incoming calls (disable) on an
outside line number basis.
Conditions
• This feature does not apply to Direct Inward System Access (DISA) or
DIL 1:1 calls.
• If delayed, no ringing or no incoming calls (disable) is assigned to an
extension, the extension can answer an incoming call during no ring or
the delay time by pressing the flashing button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Direct In Lines (DIL)
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Ringing, Discriminating
Description
Allows the extension user to identify the incoming call by the
ringing pattern. (See Section 5.1 “Tone / Ring Tone”.)
Conditions
• When there are multiple incoming calls and the extension goes from
off-hook to on-hook, the calls are rung according to the following
priority:
<1> Consultation Hold Recall
<2> An incoming call from a line in which the Prime Line
Preference – Incoming function has been set (with a
proprietary telephone only)
<3> Call Waiting
<4> Incoming calls; Hold Recall; Transfer Recall; Unattended
Conference Recall
• If multiple incoming calls arrive at an on-hook extension
simultaneously, priority as to which calls should be rung is generally on
a “first-come, first-serve” basis. In the case of proprietary telephones
(PT), however, when the Prime Line Preference – Incoming function
has been set, this line takes precedence.
• Incoming TAFAS (Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station)
calls can be identified by ringing signals sent out from the external
pager. The ringing pattern is the same as the outside calls.
• The digital PT user can select a desired tone frequency for each CO
button.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Description
Allows the digital proprietary telephone user to select the desired
ringer frequency for each CO button. This distinguishes different
incoming outside calls.
Conditions
There are eight ringer frequencies available. One of them can be assigned
to a CO button that is assigned as each of the following buttons: SingleCO or Loop-CO button. It is not possible to assign a ringer frequency to
any other button.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Secret Dialing
Description
Allows an extension user to conceal all or part of a registered
telephone number that normally appears on the display. The user
can hide Station Speed Dialing (KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436
and KX-T7235 only), System Speed Dialing or One-Touch Dialing
numbers assigned to flexible buttons. When a display telephone
user makes a call to the telephone number that is set to Secret
Dialing, all or part of the number does not appear on the display.
Conditions
• When storing a number, press the INTERCOM button at the beginning
and the end of the number to be concealed.
• You can conceal one or more parts of a telephone number.
• The concealed part will be printed out by Station Message Detail
Recording (SMDR).
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – One-Touch Dialing Button
Feature References
Section 3, Features
One-Touch Dialing
System Speed Dialing
Special Display Features
– Call Directory – Station Speed Dialing
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Secret Dialing
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Special Display Features
The KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 feature a
display that allow the user to originate calls or to access system
facilities with ease. The display prompts the user with information
related to the desired feature.
Examples of this special function are shown below:
Call Directory (Extension Dialing / Station Speed Dialing /
System Speed Dialing)
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb
Call Log, Outgoing
System Feature Access Menu
Call Directory
Description
Allows you to make a call using the following call directories.
Extension Dialing: Provides a display of extension names
and numbers. System Programming of extension numbers
and names is required.
Station Speed Dialing: Provides a display of names and
numbers stored in One-Touch Dialing.
System Speed Dialing: Provides a display of names stored in
System Speed Dialing. System Programming of numbers and
names is required.
Conditions
• It is programmable to select the initial display of the Station Speed
Dialing for names and numbers.
• If a name is not stored for a System Speed Dialing number, it is not
displayed and cannot be called with this feature.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
[100] Flexible Numbering, 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks
[990] System Additional Information, Field (19)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Station Speed Dialing Number / Name Assignment (KX-T7431 / KXT7433 / KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 only)
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Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
One-Touch Dialing
Features
System Speed Dialing
Special Display Features
KX-T7235 Display Features – Call Directory
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – Call Directory
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb
Description
Allows the KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 users to set or cancel the
Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) features using the
display messages after pressing the FWD/DND button.
Conditions
None
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Call Forwarding
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Special Display Features
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb
Call Log, Outgoing
Description
Provides a display of the last dialed telephone numbers and allows
the user to perform redialing the number by pressing the associated
button.
Conditions
If the call log is full, the oldest telephone number will be eliminated when
a new number is dialed.
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Special Display Features
Call Log, Outgoing
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System Feature Access Menu
Description
This feature provides a display of the system features available at
any time and allows the user to have access to the desired features.
Conditions
• The features available are:
Absent Message Capability
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) (cancel)
Call Park
Call Pickup (access / deny)
Call Log, Incoming
Call Log Lock, Incoming
Data Line Security
Door Opener
Doorphone Call
Electronic Station Lockout
Executive Busy Override Deny
Live Call Screening (LCS) (password set)
Log-In / Log-Out
Message Waiting
Paging (access / answer)
Paralleled Telephone
Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Station Feature Clear
Timed Reminder
Walking COS
• In addition to the features above, the operator and manager can display
the following features:
Background Music (BGM) – External
Night Service
Outgoing Message
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Special Display Features
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features
– System Feature Access Menu
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Station Feature Clear
Description
Allows the extension user to cancel the functions set on the user’s
own telephone. The following functions will be canceled by this
feature:
Absent Message Capability – The message set on the
telephone
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
Background Music that has been turned on
Call Forwarding
Call Log, Incoming – Over-stored mode
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting enabled
Data Line Security
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Executive Busy Override Deny
Log-Out status
Message Waiting – All the messages that have been left by
other extension users
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Paralleled Telephone enabled
Pickup Dialing
Timed Reminder
Whisper OHCA
Conditions
None
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Station feature clear
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Station Feature Clear
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Station Hunting
Description
If a called extension is busy, Station Hunting redirects the
incoming call to an idle member of the extension group. Idle
extensions are automatically searched according to the programmed
type. Six hunting types are available as follows:
Circular hunting: The extensions are searched until an idle
one is found, regardless of the jack number.
Termination hunting: The extensions are searched until
reaching the extension which has the highest jack number in
the group.
Voice Mail (VM) hunting: All the VM ports are searched
until an idle one is found to permit VM Service.
Automated Attendant (AA) hunting: All the AA ports are
searched until an idle one is found to permit AA Service.
Ring Group hunting: All the extensions in the ring group
ring simultaneously.
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) hunting: Successive
calls go to a different extension each time a call is received.
Extensions are hunted in a circular way.
One of the hunting types is selected for each extension group.
To leave the hunting group temporarily, use the Log-Out function.
To re-join, use the Log-In function.
Conditions
• If all the searched extensions are busy, a busy tone is sent to the caller.
• If the called extension has set Do Not Disturb, Call Forwarding or LogOut, Station Hunting skips the extension.
• If UCD is set, the Hunting is performed as a setting of UCD.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[106] Station Hunting Type
[602] Extension Group Assignment
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Extension Group
Log-In / Log-Out
Ring Group
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Voice Mail Integration
Not applicable.
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Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
Description
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records
detailed call information for outside calls. A printer connected to
the Serial Interface (RS-232C) port can be used to print incoming
and outgoing outside calls as well as print a hard copy of System
Programming. To print out a record of System Programming items
that have been assigned, use program [802] “System Data
Printout”. To print the call records, use program [800] “SMDR
Incoming / Outgoing Call Log Printout”, which allows you to print
out the following records:
• Record all outgoing outside calls or outgoing toll calls
• Record all incoming outside calls.
An example of a call record printout:
Date
Time
Ext
CO
Dial Number
Ring
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
06/24/97
10:03AM
10:07AM
10:08AM
10:08AM
10:09AM
10:10AM
10:11AM
10:11AM
10:20AM
11
13
14
15
18
13
18
18
12
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
1234567890123456789012345
<I>
<I>
<I>
10222P1-202-346-7890
<I>
<I>
0924312111
<I>4312111
•
•
•
(1)
•
•
•
(2)
•
•
•
(3)
•
•
•
(4)
•
•
•
(5)
•
•
•
(6)
Duration
Acc code
00:05'12
00:00'56
00:00'20
00:10'01
00:09'18
00:01'24
00:00'24
00:03'02
00:21'46
1234567890
•
•
•
(7)
431211
431211
001
•
•
•
(8)
CD
TR
FW
•
•
•
(9)
Explanation
(1) Date : shows the date of the call as Month / Day / Year.
(2) Time : shows the end time of a call as Hour / Minute /
AM or PM.
(3) Ext : shows the extension number, floating number, etc.,
which was engaged in the call.
(4) CO : shows the outside line number used for the call.
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(5) Dial Number
Outgoing call: shows the other party’s telephone
number (maximum 25 digits). Valid digits are 0
through 9, , #, P (if the PAUSE button is pressed), or
the mark “=” (if a host PBX access code is entered).
Received call: shows <I>. If a Caller ID is assigned to
the other party, it shows <I>, number and name.
(6) Ring : shows the ring duration of the incoming call in
Minutes / Seconds.
(7) Duration : shows the duration of the call in Hours /
Minutes / Seconds.
(8) Acc Code (Account Code): shows the account code
appended to the call.
(9) CD (Condition Code): shows call handling type with the
following codes:
TR: Transfer
FW: Call Forwarding to Outside Line
RC: Received an incoming call
AN: Answered an incoming call
NA: Unanswered an incoming call
Conditions
• Connect a printer to the Serial Interface (RS-232C) connector of the
main unit. After connecting a printer, do not press the RETURN key, if
provided on the printer, for 10 seconds.
• When programmed for outgoing toll calls only, printing occurs only for
calls which start with the numbers stored in any Denied Code Table
from levels 2 to 6. If Automatic Route Selection (ARS) is employed,
the modified number is checked against these tables.
• This system can store information of up to 100 calls. If more calls are
originated or received, previous records are deleted starting with the
oldest one.
• It is possible to select the SMDR format for an incoming call with
Caller ID, the caller’s number only or caller’s number and name, by
program [990], Field (41).
• It is possible to select whether the SMDR prints out received incoming
calls (RC) and answered incoming calls (AN) information by program
[990], Field (42).
• This data is not deleted when you reset the system.
• If the system clock is not set by System Programming or if the calendar
IC is out of order, the date and time will not be printed out.
• If the FLASH signal is manually sent during a conversation, the call
record is printed and a new record is started.
Features
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Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[000] Date and Time Set
[212] Call Duration Count Start Time
[800] SMDR Incoming / Outgoing Call Log Printout
[801] SMDR Format
[802] System Data Printout
[806]–[807] Serial Interface (RS-232C) Parameters
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (41), (42)
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Station Programming
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone (PT) user to customize the extension
to their needs. The following programming items are available:
For the PT (KX-T7420; KX-T7425; KX-T7431; KX-T7433;
KX-T7436; KX-T7220; KX-T7230; KX-T7235; KX-T7250;
KX-T7130; KX-T7020; KX-T7030; KX-T7050)
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Flexible Button Assignment
Full One-Touch Dialing Assignment
Intercom Alert Assignment
Preferred Line Assignment – Incoming / Outgoing
Station Programming Data Default Set
For digital PT (KX-T7420; KX-T7425; KX-T7431; KX-T7433;
KX-T7436; KX-T7220; KX-T7230; KX-T7235; KX-T7250) only,
Handset / Headset Selection
Live Call Screening Mode Set
Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons
For display PT (KX-T7431; KX-T7433; KX-T7436; KX-T7230;
KX-T7235; KX-T7130; KX-T7030) only,
Bilingual Display Selection
Initial Display Selection
Self-Extension Number Confirmation
For digital display PT (KX-T7431; KX-T7433; KX-T7436;
KX-T7235) only,
Station Speed Dialing Number / Name Assignment
For the operator and manager’s extension PT only,
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
Live Call Screening Password Control
Remote Station Lock Control
Detailed information and programming instructions are described
in the User Manual, Station Programming.
Conditions
During Station Programming, the PT is considered to be in busy status.
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features ............................User Manual
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
Live Call Screening Password Control
Remote Station Lock Control
Feature References
None
Features
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Features
Not applicable.
Station Programming Data Default Set
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to return all of the following
items programmed on the telephone to the default settings.
Programming Items
Bilingual Display Selection
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Full One-Touch Dialing Assignment
Handset / Headset Selection
Initial Display Selection
Intercom Alert Assignment
Live Call Screening Mode Set
Preferred Line Assignment – Incoming
Preferred Line Assignment – Outgoing
Default
English Display
Tone 1
On
Handset
Caller ID
Tone Call
Hands-free
Ringing Line
Intercom Line
Station Programming is used to set or cancel these items at
individual telephones.
Conditions
None
Programming References
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Station Programming Data Default Set
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Station Programming
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Station Speed Dialing
Description
Allows an extension user to store frequently dialed numbers in
order to place a call with abbreviated dialing. It is performed by
dialing the feature number and a speed dial number from 0 through
9. Up to 10 numbers can be stored in each telephone.
Conditions
• Station Speed Dialing can be followed by manual dialing to supplement
the dialed digits.
• You may make a call with One-Touch Dialing button, instead of Station
Speed Dialing.
• The standard telephone may be replaced with a proprietary telephone
(PT) temporarily to store one-touch dialing into memory. The Function
Buttons F1 through F10 correspond to speed dial numbers as follows:
F1 — 0
F6 — 5
F2 — 1
F7 — 6
F3 — 2
F8 — 7
F4 — 3
F9 — 8
F5 — 4
F10 — 9
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Station speed dialing, Station speed dialing
programming
Feature References
Section 3, Features
One-Touch Dialing
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Station Speed Dialing
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System Data Default Set
Description
This system permits re-initialization of system-programmed data.
If all the programmed data is cleared, the system will restart with
the default setting.
Conditions
The default setting for each programming item is listed in Section 5.2,
“Default Values”.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[900] System Data Clear
Feature References
None
Operation References
Section 2, Installation
2.9 System Data Clear
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System Programming with Personal Computer
Description
This system can be programmed and administered using a personal
computer. The Serial Interface Manual and its floppy disk are
required to perform this feature.
On-Site Programming
By connecting a personal computer (PC) to your system, system
programming and maintenance can be performed locally.
Connect the PC to the Serial Interface (RS-232C) port provided.
The main unit has an Serial Interface (RS-232C) port which can be
used for either system administration or Station Message Detail
Recording (SMDR).
Conditions
• A proprietary telephone can be used to perform System Programming.
• Access to System Programming is allowed only one at a time.
• To access system administration, a valid password must be entered.
The password is factory-programmed and can be changed.
• System administration can be performed on-line except for the
procedures of the diagnosis.
If the system goes off-line, the system functions as if it was in power
failure. (Refer to Power Failure Transfer feature.)
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[107] System Password
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
System Programming with
Proprietary Telephone
Station Message Detail
Recording (SMDR)
Not applicable.
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System Programming with Proprietary Telephone
Description
The system can be programmed with a personal computer or a
proprietary telephone (PT).
PTs available for System Programming are: KX-T7436;
KX-T7433; KX-T7431; KX-T7235; KX-T7230; KX-T7130; and
KX-T7030 (Display Proprietary Telephones).
Two extensions are allowed to perform System Programming.
The available extensions are:
(1) An extension that is connected to jack 1.
(2) An extension that is assigned as a manager.
For more information and programming instructions, refer to
Section 4, “System Programming”.
Conditions
• During System Programming the system operates normally.
• During System Programming the programming extension is considered
to be busy.
• The display on the PT permits interactive programming.
• Access to System Programming is allowed only one at a time.
• To access system administration, a valid password must be entered.
The password is factory-programmed and can be changed.
• A personal computer can be used to perform System Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[006] Operator / Manager Extension Assignment
[107] System Password
Feature References
Section 3, Features
System Programming with Personal Computer
Operation References
Not applicable.
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System Speed Dialing
Description
This feature supports 100 abbreviated dial numbers that are
available to all users. A system speed dial number is dialed out by
pressing the AUTO button and a 3-digit code (00 through 99).
It is possible to store five hundred 24-digit telephone numbers per
system (maximum).
Conditions
• Overriding Toll Restriction for System Speed Dialing can be activated
or deactivated by system programming.
[For proprietary telephone users only]
• Speed Dialing, One-Touch Dialing, manual dialing, Last Number
Redial and Saved Number Redial can be used in combinations.
[For standard telephone users only]
• If a stored feature number includes “ ” or “#”, rotary single line
telephones cannot use it.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set
[100] Flexible Numbering, System speed dialing
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialing
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
System Speed Dialing
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System Working Report
Description
The Digital Super Hybrid System automatically records the
system’s working status condition. A printer connected to the
Serial Interface (RS-232C) port can be used to print the recorded
data. The recorded data can be printed out by the operator or
manager.
Recorded contents are as follows:
1. Date of record
• The date and time when cleared
• The date and time when printed out
2. Incoming calls
• The number of incoming calls
• The number of answered incoming calls
• The ratio of answered calls to incoming calls
Number of answered calls
Number of incoming calls
✕ 100 (%)
• The average time from receipt of call to answer of the
incoming and answered calls
• The average talk duration of the answered calls
3. Outgoing calls
• The number of requested accesses
• The number of successful accesses
• The ratio of successful accesses to requested accesses
Number of successful accesses
Number of requested accesses
✕ 100 (%)
• The average duration of the dialed calls
These records can be deleted by the operator or manager and new
data will be recorded thereafter.
Conditions
• Connect a printer to the Serial Interface (RS-232C) connector to the
main unit.
• Referring and deleting the system working report can be done using a
serial interface.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.8 Printer and PC Connection
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Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, System working report
[806]–[807] Serial Interface (RS-232C) Parameters
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
System Working Report
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Time-Out, Variable
Description
Provides timers to control various features or functions.
The following timers are programmable:
System Timer Items
Call Forwarding – No Answer Time-Out
Call Park Recall Time
DISA AA Wait Time
DISA Delayed Answer Time
Extension-to-Outside Call Duration Time
Hold Recall Time
Intercept Routing Time-Out
Message Waiting Ring Interval Time
Outside Line Dial Starting Time
Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
Pickup Dialing Waiting Time
SMDR Duration Count Starting Time
Timed Reminder Alarm Ring Time
Toll Restriction First Digit Time-Out
Toll Restriction Inter-digit Time-Out
Transfer Recall Time
Outside Line Timer Items
CPC Signal Detection Time
(Incoming)
Disconnect Time
DTMF Digit Time
Hookswitch Flash Time
Pause Time
Extension Timer Items
Delayed Ringing Count
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Range
1 – 12 rings
3 – 48 rings
1–5s
0 – 6 rings
1 – 64 min
0 – 240 s
3 – 48 rings
0 – 64 min
n✕100 ms, n:0 – 40
1 – 64 min
1–5s
0 – 60 s
30 – 240 s
5 – 120 s
5 – 30 s
0 – 48 rings
Disable / 100 / 200 /
300 / 400 / 500 / 600 ms
1.5 / 4.0 s
80 / 160 ms
Disable / 80 / 96 / 112 /
200 / 300 / 400 / 500 /
600 / 700 / 800 / 900 /
1000 / 1100 / 1200 ms
1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5 / 4.5 s
Disable / Immediate /
1 / 3 / 6 rings / No ring
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Voice Mail Integration Timer Items
DTMF Signal Duration
DTMF Signal Waiting Time
after VPS Answer
DTMF Signal Waiting Time
after VPS calls Extension
80 / 160 ms
0.5 / 1.0 / 1.5 / 2.0 s
0.5 / 1.0 / 1.5 / 2.0 s
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[200] Hold Recall Time
[201] Transfer Recall Time
[202] Call Forwarding – No Answer Time
[203] Intercept Time
[204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time
[205] Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[207] First Digit Time
[208] Inter Digit Time
[211] Dial Start Time
[212] Call Duration Count Start Time
[213] DISA Delayed Answer Time
[216] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time
[217] Timed Reminder Alarm Ring Time
[218] DISA AA Wait Time
[219] Call Park Recall Time
[404] DTMF Time
[405] CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set
[412] Pause Time
[413] Flash Time
[414] Disconnect Time
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (6) through (8)
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
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Timed Reminder
Description
Each telephone can be set to generate an alarm tone at a preset time
as a wake up tone or reminder. This feature can be programmed to
be active once only or daily.
Conditions
• Be sure that the system clock works.
• Setting a new time clears the preset time.
• The alarm continues for a programmed period of time (default: 30
seconds). To stop it, lift the handset or, with a proprietary telephone,
press any button.
• There is no limit for the number of the extensions who can set the
Timed Reminder at the same time.
• Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records the
detailed Timed Reminder information (date, time, extension number,
start/no answer). It is programmable to be printed out when the Timed
Reminder starts and the alarm is not answered.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Timed reminder
[217] Timed Reminder Alarm Ring Time
[990] System Additional Information, Field (45)
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Timed Reminder
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Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)
Description
Allows the operator and manager to remotely set, cancel and
confirm the wake-up call for an extension.
Conditions
• When either an operator/manager or the extension sets a new
time, the pre-set time is cleared.
• There is no limit for the number of the extensions that can set the Timed
Reminder at the same time.
• Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records the
detailed Timed Reminder information (date, time, extension number,
start/no answer). It is programmable to be printed out when the Timed
Reminder starts and the alarm is not answered. An example of a printed
Timed Reminder record is shown below.
Date
Time
06/24/96 10:03AM
06/24/96 10:04AM
Ext CO
13
13
Dial Number
Ring
Duration
Acc code
CD
Timed Reminder / Start
Timed Reminder / No Answer
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Timed reminder, remote
[990] System Additional Information, Field (45)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Timed Reminder
Operation References
—User Manual
Operator / Manager Service Features
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)
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Toll Restriction
Description
Toll Restriction is a system programmable feature that, in
conjunction with the assigned Class of Service, can prohibit certain
extension users from placing unauthorized toll calls.
Every extension is programmed to belong to one of eight Classes of
Service. Each Class of Service is programmed to have a toll
restriction level for day mode and night mode.
There are eight toll restriction levels available. Toll restriction level
1 is the highest level and the level 8 is the lowest. That is, level 1
allows all toll calls and levels 7 and 8 disallows all toll calls.
Levels 2 through 6 are used to restrict calls by combining preprogrammed deny and excepted code tables.
Denied Code Tables
An outgoing outside call made by an extension with a toll
restriction level between 2 and 6 is first checked against the
selected Denied Code Tables. If the leading digits of the dialed
number (not including the line access code) are not found in the
table, the call is made. There are five system programs for Denied
Code Tables: [301]-[305] TRS Denied Code Entry for Levels 2
through 6: Each program is used to make up a Denied Code Table
for Levels 2 through 6 respectively.
Complete every table by storing numbers that are to be prohibited.
These numbers are defined as denied codes. Each table can store
up to 20 denied codes, each consisting of a maximum of ten digits.
Excepted Code Tables
These tables are used to override a programmed denied code. A
call denied by the selected Denied Code Tables is checked against
the selected Excepted Code Tables, and if a match is found, the call
is made.
There are five system programs for these tables:
[306]-[310] TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6:
Each program is used to make up an Excepted Code Table for
Levels 2 through 6.
Complete every table by storing numbers that are exceptions to the
denied codes. These numbers are defined as excepted codes. Each
table can store up to five excepted codes, each consisting of a
maximum of ten digits.
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Extra Table
100 extra codes can be entered in one of Denied or Excepted Code
Table. There is a maximum of either 120 entries for Denied Code
Table or 105 entries for Excepted Code Table.
Applicable Denied and Excepted Code Tables depend on the
assigned toll restriction level of an extension as follows:
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Level 7
Level 8
Denied Code Tables
None
Table for Level 2
Tables for Levels 2 and 3
Tables for Levels 2 to 4
Tables for Levels 2 to 5
Tables for Levels 2 to 6
None
None
Excepted Code Tables
None
Tables for Levels 2 through 6
Tables for Levels 3 through 6
Tables for Levels 4 through 6
Tables for Levels 5 through 6
Tables for Level 6
None
None
[Explanation]
Level 1: allows all calls.
Level 2: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Table for Level 2 except
the codes stored in Excepted Code Tables for Levels 2 through 6.
Level 3: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2 and 3
except the codes stored in Excepted Code Tables for Levels 3
through 6.
Level 4: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2
through 4 except the codes stored in Excepted Code Tables for
Levels 4 through 6.
Level 5: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2
through 5 except the codes stored in Excepted Code Tables for
Levels 5 and 6.
Level 6: denies codes stored in the Denied Code Tables for Levels 2 through
6 except the codes stored in Excepted Code Table for Level 6.
Level 7: allows intercom calls only.
Level 8: allows operator calls only.
Example of Toll Restriction programming
Here is an example to explain the procedure for Toll Restriction
programming.
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1. Determining the application
Determine the dialing numbers that should be denied for levels 2
through 6. (Levels 1, 7 and 8 are fixed and do not require
programming.)
[Entry Example]
Level
2
3
4
5
6
Denied Code
011
011
976
1xxx976
011
976
1xxx976
0
011
976
1xxx976
0
411
1xxx555
011
976
1xxx976
0
411
1xxx555
1
x0
x1
Excepted Code
None
None
None
None
911
1911
800
1800
Note: “x” substitutes a digit.
2. Programming
(1) [500]-[501] Toll Restriction Assignment
Assign a toll restriction level to each Class of Service (COS).
[Example]
COS
1
2
:
8
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1
2
:
8
Level (Night)
6
6
:
8
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(2) [301]-[305] Denied Code Table Entry
Depending on the application, enter the denied codes in the
associated tables. You can use numeric characters and the wild
card character “ ”.
Level-2 Denied Code Table
Code
Location
001
01
:
:
20
Level-3 Denied Code Table
Code
Location
976
01
02
1
976
:
20
Level-5 Denied Code Table
Code
Location
411
01
02
1
555
:
20
Level-6 Denied Code Table
Code
Location
1
01
02
0
03
1
:
20
Level-4 Denied Code Table
Code
Location
0
01
:
:
20
(3) [306]-[310] Excepted Code Table Entry
Depending on the application, enter the excepted codes in the
associated tables. You can use numeric characters and the wild
card character “ ”.
Level-6 Excepted Code Table
Code
Location
911
1
2
1911
3
800
4
1800
5
[Explanation]
If your Toll Restriction Level is 6;
a) You cannot make a call whose toll call number is “201”, because
the number whose second digit “0” is one of the Denied Codes for
Level 6.
b) You can make a call whose toll call number is “800”. Though
the number whose second digit “0” is one of the Denied Codes for
Level 6, the number “800” is one of the Excepted Codes for Level
6. The Excepted Codes override the Denied Codes.
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Flow Chart of
Toll Restriction (TRS)
Features
The user makes a toll call.
Is the call made by System Speed
Dialing ?
Yes
No
Is TRS Override for System
Speed Dialing enabled?
No
Yes
Levels 7, 8
What is the extension – toll
restriction level?
Level 1
Levels 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
No
Is the dialed number found in
applicable Denied Code Tables?
Yes
Is the dialed number found in
applicable Excepted Code Tables?
Yes
No
The call is denied. A reorder
Tone is returned to the user.
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Conditions
• Toll restriction checks are applied to the following:
(1) Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
(2) Account Code Entry
(3) Dial Access, Automatic
(4) Line Access, Individual
(5) Special Carrier Code Entry
(6) System Speed Dialing
• Emergency numbers the Police or Fire Department should be stored in
Program [334] “Emergency Dial Number Set” so that they are excepted
from toll restriction.
• If a stored Host PBX access code or a stored carrier code is found in the
dialed number, a toll restriction check starts for the subsequent
telephone number.
• Toll restriction for System Speed Dialing can be canceled for the whole
system.
• It is programmable whether the “ ” or “#” the user dials is to be
checked or not on the Toll Restriction code. This is useful to prevent
unauthorized calls which could be possible through certain Central
Office exchange systems.
• It is programmable to allow the press of the FLASH or FLASH/RCL
button, during an outside call on the extensions in Levels 7 and 8.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[207] First Digit Time
[208] Inter Digit Time
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialing
[301]–[305] TRS Denied Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6
[306]–[310] TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6
[311] Special Carrier Access Codes
[332] Extra Entry Table Selection
[333] TRS Entry Code Assignment for Extra Table
[500]–[501] Toll Restriction Level — Day / Night
[601] Class of Service
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (14), (15)
Feature References
Operation References
Section 3, Features
Toll Restriction for Special
Carrier Access
Toll Restriction Override by
Account Code Entry
Toll Restriction Override for
System Speed Dialing
Not applicable.
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Toll Restriction for Special Carrier Access
Description
If your system has access to multiple telephone companies, access
to a specific company requires a carrier access code preceding the
telephone number. Toll Restriction on these calls is activated by
storing the carrier codes (maximum 20). If a stored carrier code is
found in the dialed number, a toll restriction check starts for the
subsequent telephone number.
Conditions
A carrier access code is followed by Automatic Pause Insertion. It is
possible to select the pause time in System Programming.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[311] Special Carrier Access Codes
[412] Pause Time
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Toll Restriction
Operation References
Not applicable.
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
Description
Allows the extension user to override toll restriction temporarily to
make a toll call from a toll-restricted telephone. The user can carry
out this feature by entering the appropriate account code before
dialing the telephone number.
Conditions
• The toll restriction level of the user is set to level 2 by this feature. This
can be used by extension users assigned a toll restriction level from 3
through 8. Levels 1 and 2 are not changed.
• A Class of Service which is assigned Account Code Entry – Verified
Toll Restriction Override permits the class members to override their
toll restrictions.
• Up to 20 account codes can be programmed for Verified Account code
operation. These are used for Toll Restriction Override.
• If the user does not enter any account code or enters an invalid account
code, an ordinary toll restriction check is done.
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Flow Chart of Toll Restriction (TRS) Override by Account Code Entry
TRS Override by Account Code Entry is attempted.
Verified - All Calls
Option
What is the account code mode?
Verified - Toll Restriction Override
No
Is the entered code identified with the stored codes?
Yes
Yes
Is the TRS level Level 1?
No
Is the entered code identified
with the stored code?
Yes
No
TRS level changes to Level 2.
The call is not allowed.
Reorder tone is returned
to the user.
Toll Restriction check starts.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Account code entry
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Account Code Entry
Toll Restriction
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Toll Restriction Override — Toll Restriction Override by Account Code
Entry
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Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
Description
Allows you to cancel Toll Restriction in System Speed Dialing.
Normally, calls originated by System Speed Dialing are restricted
depending on the extension’s toll restriction level. Once this
function is activated, it permits all extension users to make System
Speed Dialing calls without restrictions.
Conditions
None
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialing
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
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System Speed Dialing
Toll Restriction
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Toll Restriction Override – Toll Restriction Override for System Speed
Dialing
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Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
Description
A tone signal is sent through the external pager when an incoming
outside call is received. Any extension user can answer the call.
Conditions
•
•
•
•
Connect a user-supplied external paging device.
One external pager can be installed.
A floating number of a pager is programmable.
TAFAS can be used in the following cases:
a) The floating number of an external pager is assigned as the
Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 destination. In this case all incoming
calls on the specified line will be signaled.
b) A DISA (Direct Inward System Access) caller dials the floating
number of an external pager.
c) The floating number of an external pager is assigned as the
Intercept Routing destination. In this case incoming calls
redirected to the destination will be signaled.
• A confirmation tone is sent to the user before being connected to the
caller. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.6 External Pager (Paging Equipment) Connection
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Paging – external answer / TAFAS answer
[813] Floating Number Assignment
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Floating Station
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
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Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail†
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to record a conversation into
one’s mailbox or another mailbox, while talking on the phone.
Note:
When you record Two-Way telephone conversations, you should
inform the other party that the conversation is being recorded.
Use the Two-Way Record button to record into your own mailbox.
Use the Two-Way Transfer button to record into someone else’s
mailbox.
Conditions
• A flexible CO button can be assigned as the Two-Way Record button or
the Two-Way Transfer button.
• When all of the voice mail ports are busy, pressing the Two-Way
Record button sends an alarm tone.
• When all of the voice mail ports are busy, pressing the Two-Way
Transfer button followed by an extension number sends an alarm tone.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment — Two-Way Record Button,
Two-Way Transfer Button
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features
Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail
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Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
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Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Description
Allows incoming calls to be distributed uniformly to a specific
group of extensions called an UCD group. Calls to an UCD group
hunt for an idle station in a circular way. This UCD feature is
particularly helpful when a certain extension receives a high
volume of calls compared with other extensions.
An outline sketch of an UCD is shown below.
(1) When a number of calls have arrived
at an UCD group, the 1st call is sent to
extension A first.
(2) When the 1st call arrives at extension A,
the 2nd call is sent to extension B.
3rd call in queue
Calls have arrived at an UCD group.
2nd call in queue
3rd call in queue
UCD group
2nd call in queue
Extension B
1st call in queue
UCD group
Extension A
(When extension A is busy
or UCD log out has been
set at extension A, the call
is sent to extension B.)
Extension B
(When extension B is
busy or UCD log out
has been set at
extension B, the call is
sent to extension C.)
Extension C
Extension A
(When extension B is busy
or UCD log out has been
set at extension B, the call
is sent to extension C.)
Extension C
(When extension C is busy
or UCD log out has been
set at extension C, the call
is sent to extension A.)
(3) When the 2nd call arrives at extension C,
the 3rd call will be sent to extension A.
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Conditions
Features
• UCD can be used in the following cases:
a) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the Direct In Lines
(DIL) 1:1 destination.
b) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the Intercept Routing
destination.
c) The floating number of UCD is dialed from an extension.
d) The floating number of UCD is dialed from DISA (Direct Inward
System Access)
• This feature requires assigning an UCD group in System Programming.
An extension cannot belong to two or more UCD groups.
• The floating number can be assigned on an UCD group basis. The
UCD group is based on the extension group.
• It is possible to set the log-in or log-out status on an extension basis.
An UCD call can be sent to an extension in log-in status within the
UCD group, but cannot be sent to extensions in log-out status. If the
extension would like to leave the group temporarily, the extension sets
the log-out status by the feature number to prevent UCD calls being
sent to his/her extension. When the extension re-joins the group, the
extension sets the log-in status.
• There should be at least one extension that is in log-in status.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[106] Station Hunting Type
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Feature Reference
Operation References
—User Manual
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Features
Section 3, Features
Extension Group
Log-In / Log-Out
Station Hunting
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
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User Programming (Manager Programming)
Description
User Programming (Manager Programming) can be programmed
by the end user. Programs [000] through [009] can be changed by
the user.
Conditions
None
Programming References
User Programming (Manager Programming) ...............User Manual
Feature References
None
Operation References
Not applicable.
Features
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Voice Mail Integration
Description
This system can accommodate Voice Processing System (VPS)
equipment, which offers the user Voice Mail (VM) and Automated
Attendant (AA) Services. If an extension user has set the Call
Forwarding destination to the VPS, the calling party will be
forwarded to the VPS and can leave a voice message in the mailbox
of the extension. When a call is transferred to the VPS by Call
Forwarding or Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) features, the
mailbox number is sent to the VPS automatically with DTMF (Dual
Tone Multi-Frequency) signaling (Follow On ID). Up to twelve
extension jacks can be connected to VPS as extensions in the
system.
System Explanation
1. Voice Mail Service
1.1 Call Forwarding to VM
If an extension user sets Call Forwarding (C. FWD) whose
destination is the VPS, an incoming call is forwarded to the
VPS under the proper conditions. The system sends to the
VPS a mailbox number of the corresponding extension at that
time. Therefore the calling party can leave his / her message
in the mailbox of the desired extension without knowing the
mailbox number.
Outside Call
Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1, Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
System
Intercom
Call
VPS
C.FWD
Extension
VM 1
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
VM X
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Features
VM 3
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Features
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DISA
System
VPS
C.FWD
Operator
Extension
VM 1
VM 2
Transfer
VM Hunting
Chain
VM X
VM 3
1.2 Intercept Routing to VM
If an outside line is set as Intercept Routing – No Answer
(IRNA) whose destination is the VPS, an outside call is
forwarded to the VPS under the proper conditions. The
system sends to the VPS a mailbox number of the
corresponding extension at that time. Therefore the calling
party can leave his / her message in the mailbox of the
desired extension without knowing the mailbox number.
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N, DISA
System
VPS
IRNA
Extension
VM 1
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
VM X
VM 3
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1.3 Transferring to VM
The extension user can transfer an outside call to the VPS so
that calling party can leave his / her message in the mailbox
of the desired extension. The extension user should use the
Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button, when transferring a call to
the VPS. Pressing this button and entering the extension
number allows the extension user to transfer the call to the
mailbox of the corresponding extension.
Outside Call
System
(1) Transfer
Extension
busy/no answer
VPS
(2) Transfer
Extension
(Operator) by VM Transfer
VM 1
VM 2
VM Hunting
Chain
Button
VM X
VM 3
1.4 Changing from VM to Automated Attendant (AA)
The Automated Attendant Service is automatically activated
in the following cases:
1) The incoming call is not answered by the operator and
IRNA is activated.
2) The operator is assigned as a destination of DIL 1:1 and
the operator sets the Call Forwarding to VPS.
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Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N, DISA
System
VPS
C. FWD, IRNA
Operator
VM→AA 1
VM→AA 2
VM→AA X
VM→AA 3
1.5 Listening to a Recorded Message
If the VPS receives a message, the VPS can turn on the
MESSAGE button indicator of the corresponding telephone
as notification to the user of the telephone. (Panasonic KXTVS series can do this.) The VPS notifies the extension user
that there is a message waiting in his / her mailbox. When
the MESSAGE button indicator is lit, pressing the button
allows the extension user to play back the stored message.
2. Automated Attendant (AA) Service
2.1 AA to Extension
AA receives and answers an outside call and offers services
such as transferring to a specified extension or the
corresponding mailbox by the DTMF signaling, which is sent
from the calling party.
Features
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Features
Outside Call
DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N, DISA
System
VPS
Transfer
Extension
AA 1
AA 2
AA Hunting
Chain
AA X
Conditions
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Features
AA 3
• A VPS can be assigned as the destination of the following features.
Call Forwarding – All Calls
Call Forwarding – Busy
Call Forwarding – Busy / No Answer
Call Forwarding – No Answer
Intercept Routing – No Answer
In these functions, the caller to the extension need not know the
mailbox number of the called extension because the code is
automatically transmitted to the VPS (Follow On ID function). If a DIL
1:N call is transferred to the VPS by IRNA, your system transmits the
mailbox number of the lowest jack number of the receiving extensions.
• A mailbox number is a respective extension number by default. The
mailbox number can be changed, only if program [990] “System
Additional Information, Field (18)” is set to “free”.
• Pressing the Voice Mail Transfer button and dialing the extension
number allows the extension user to transfer to the corresponding
mailbox. In this case, Follow On ID function is available.
• The Voice Mail extension should be set to Data Line Security to achieve
proper recording.
• The Voice Mail extension can execute the Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
function to the ringing extension.
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Connection References
Section 2, Installation
2.3.3 Extension Connection
Programming References
Common
Section 4, System Programming
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call forwarding / do not disturb, Message
waiting
[113] VM Status DTMF Set
[114] VM Command DTMF Set
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day / Night
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day / Night
[603]–[604] DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night
[609] Voice Mail Access Codes
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (6) through (9), (18)
Station Programming.......................................................User Manual
Flexible Button Assignment – MESSAGE Button, Voice Mail (VM)
Transfer Button
For VM Service
Section 4, System Programming
[106] Station Hunting Type (Select Voice Mail Hunting.)
[990] System Additional Information, Field (35)
For AA Service
Section 4, System Programming
[106] Station Hunting Type (Select Automated Attendant Hunting.)
[990] System Additional Information, Fields (24), (36)
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Call Forwarding – All Calls
Call Forwarding – Busy
Call Forwarding – Busy / No
Answer
Call Forwarding – No Answer
Intercept Routing
Station Hunting
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Voice Mail Integration
Voice Mail Transfer
Features
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Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary Telephones†
Description
A Digital Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice
Processing System can be connected to a Digital Super Hybrid
System (DSHS) in a tightly integrated fashion.
The system sends the Voice Processing System (VPS) data which
contains the extension number configuration information and the
VPS automatically creates mailboxes with this data (Automatic
Configuration — Quick Setup).
Conditions
• A maximum of one VPS can be connected to each DSHS cabinet.
• A maximum of two DSHS jacks can be connected to a digital
proprietary telephone capable VPS. Because a digital proprietary
telephone connection supports up to two simultaneous voice calls, only
one DSHS jack needs to be connected for every two VPS ports.
• Connect the jacks and ports in order. In other words, the lowest number
DSHS jack used for VPS connection must be connected to the lowest
number VPS port.
• The VPS data is transmitted to the VPS via the lowest jack port.
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[117] Voice Mail Number Assignment
[118] Voice Mail Extension Number Assignment
[119] Voice Mail Extension Group Assignment
[610] Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Voice mail Integration
Operation References
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Features
Not applicable.
†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
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Volume Control – Speaker / Handset Receiver / Headset / Ringer
Description
Allows the proprietary telephone user to change the following as
desired:
Handset receiver volume
Headset volume
Ringer volume
Speaker volume
Conditions
The control method depends on the telephone type:
• With a KX-T7400 series digital proprietary telephone, rotate the Jog
Dial in the desired direction to select the desired volume level.
With a KX-T7200 series digital proprietary telephone, press the volume
control button (VOLUME ∧ / ∨ UP / DOWN) to select the desired
volume level.
However the ringer volume of KX-T7420, KX-T7425, KX-T7220 and
KX-T7250 is selected with Ringer Volume Selector (OFF / LOW /
HIGH).
• With other proprietary telephones, slide the following levers located on
the left side of the telephone.
Volume Control
(MIN – MAX)
Handset Headset
Volume Selector
(NORMAL / MID / HIGH)
Ringer Volume Selector (OFF / LOW / HIGH)
Programming References
No programming required.
Feature References
None
Operation References
—User Manual
Configuration
Initial Setting for KX-T7400 Series
Initial Setting for KX-T7200 Series
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Features
Walking COS
Description
Allows a user who is not at their own telephone to use all of the
Class of Service (COS) functions of their extension. At another
extension, the user dials the walking COS password, and for the
duration of the call, the COS of the extension is changed to the
COS of their own extension.
Conditions
None
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Walking COS
[121] Walking COS Password
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Section 3, Features
Class of Service (COS)
Operation References
—User Manual
DPT Features, Standard Telephone Features
Walking COS
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Whisper OHCA
Description
When attempting to call a busy extension, Whisper OHCA allows
the extension user to notify the busy party through the handset,
which will only be heard by the party. Only KX-T7400 series
telephone users can send or receive the Whisper OHCA.
Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines which extensions are able to
perform this feature.
• You can select receiving Call Waiting tone, Off-Hook Call
Announcement (OHCA), Whisper OHCA or none of these at your
extension. However, the setting may change depending on each
telephone setting or the telephone type as listed below.
Called Party’s Call Waiting Mode
Calling party’s
OHCA
COS mode
Disable
ON
OFF
0: Cancel
1: Call Waiting
Call Waiting disabled Call Waiting tone
Enable (default) Call Waiting disabled Call Waiting tone
2: OHCA
3: Whisper OHCA
Call Waiting tone
Call Waiting tone
Whisper OHCA, OHCA,
OHCA,
Call Waiting tone Call Waiting tone
<Example> If the user selects 3 (Whisper OHCA mode);
– If using the KX-T7436 handset..........................Whisper OHCA
– If using the KX-T7436 SP-PHONE ...................Call Waiting
– Other...................................................................Call Waiting
• The Voice Mail extension can execute only BSS irregardless of the
setting.
• If the Whisper OHCA sender does not use a KX-T7400 series
telephone, it will work as OHCA. If the receiver does not use a KXT7400 series telephone, it may not work properly. (E.g. the
announcement may be heard by the other party.)
Programming References
Section 4, System Programming
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call waiting / OHCA / whisper OHCA
[509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Feature References
Operation References
—User Manual
Section 3, Features
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Call Waiting
DPT Features
Whisper OHCA
Panasonic Telephone Systems
See More
Panasonic Manuals
Off-Hook Call Announcement
(OHCA)
www.voicesonic.com
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