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Panasonic kx-ta6246 Operating Instructions Manual

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Advanced Hybrid System

Operating Instructions

KX-TA624
MODEL NO.
Please read this manual before connecting
the Advanced Hybrid System.

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Advanced Hybrid System Operating Instructions KX-TA624 MODEL NO. Please read this manual before connecting the Advanced Hybrid System.
  • Page 2: System Components

    Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic Telephone System. System Components Model No. Description Service Unit Advanced Hybrid System KX-TA624 KX-T7020 Proprietary Telephone (12 COs) KX-T7130 Proprietary Telephone with LCD (12 COs) Telephone KX-T7050 Proprietary Telephone (12 COs) KX-T7040 DSS Console (32 DSSs and 16 Feature buttons)
  • Page 3: Important Information

    Important Information Satisfactory performance cannot be guaranteed for each combination of host and subsidiary equipment. ‘Prevention of access by user.’ This equipment is intended to be accessible only by authorised personnel. It must be installed in a locked room or similar environment, so that user access is prevented.
  • Page 4 •If there is any trouble, unplug the extension line and connect a known working phone. If the known working phone operates properly, have the defective phone repaired by your maintainer or Panasonic dealer. If the known working phone does not operate properly, check the Advanced Hybrid System and the Internal extension wiring.
  • Page 5 Precautions WARNING THIS UNIT MAY ONLY BE INSTALLED AND SERVED 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.
  • Page 6: Structure Of The Manual

    Introduction Structure of the Manual This manual consists of the following sections. Section 1. Operations Describes the features and their operation. It also provides information about the programming required, conditions and connection references for each feature. Section 2. Appendix Provides the Tone/Ring Tone List, LED Indication, Feature Number List and the Telephone Troubleshooting.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Section 1 Operations Basic Operations Before Operating ................... 1-2 Proprietary Telephone Settings ............1-4 Customising Your Telephone Functions ..........1-5 Customising the Buttons on Your Telephone ........1-8 Display Contrast Adjustment ..............1-14 Volume Control — Ringer/Speaker ........... 1-14 Making Calls ..................
  • Page 8 Contents During a Conversation ................1-38 <Placing a Call on Hold> Placing a Call on Hold (Call Hold) ............. 1-38 Placing a Call on Hold Exclusively (Exclusive Hold) ......1-39 Retrieving a Call on Hold (Call Hold Retrieve) ......... 1-40 Placing a Call in System Parking Area (Call Park) ......
  • Page 9 Contents Extension Button Confirmation (KX-T7130 only) ......1-81 Pulse to Tone Conversion ..............1-81 Cancelling Features (Extension Feature Clear) ........1-82 Alternate Calling — Ring/Voice ............1-82 Doorphone Call ................... 1-83 Door Opener ..................1-84 Voice Mail Integration for KX-TVP100 ..........1-85 Calling Using Your Privileges from Another Extension (Walking COS) .................
  • Page 11 Section 1 Operations...
  • Page 12: Operations

    If you use a Panasonic proprietary telephone which has a special function button and/or a display, you will follow the button or display operation for easy access. If you use a Panasonic proprietary telephone which does not have a function button, you may change one of the unused buttons to a specific function button.
  • Page 13 Before Operating Operating example Example: “Interrupting an Existing Call (Executive Busy Override)”, Executive Busy Override — Extension Applicable telephone: A PT (Proprietary Telephone) user can follow the operating steps below. Applicable telephone: Any Telephone (PT and SLT) user can follow the operating steps below. Interrupting an Existing Call (Executive Busy Override) Main feature title Executive Busy Override —...
  • Page 14: Proprietary Telephone Settings

    Proprietary Telephone Settings If you use a Panasonic proprietary telephone, you can customise your telephone functions. For example, you can change the initial settings according to your needs or the button functions on your telephone. To program, you need to switch your telephone to the programming mode.
  • Page 15: Customising Your Telephone Functions

    Proprietary Telephone Settings Customising Your Telephone Functions You can change the initial settings of your telephone. Check the available items in the list and change the settings, if required. Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing Idle Line Preference: You can access any permitted idle exchange line to make a call directly by going off-hook.
  • Page 16 Proprietary Telephone Settings Preferred Line Assignment — Incoming No Line Preference: When an incoming outside call is received, the extension user must go off-hook and then press the flashing line key. Prime Line Preference: When incoming exchange line calls are received at the same time, you can receive the call on the preferred exchange line first only by going off-hook.
  • Page 17: Intercom Alert Assignment

    Proprietary Telephone Settings Intercom Alert Assignment The type of intercom alerting signal (tone/voice) can be selected by programming. Voice Call: Call arrival is indicated by the caller announcing themselves through the speaker on the receiving extension. Tone Call (default): Normal ringing is heard at the receiving extension. ELECTION ROGRAMMING NPUT...
  • Page 18: Customising The Buttons On Your Telephone

    Proprietary Telephone Settings Customising the Buttons on Your Telephone Changing the Flexible Buttons You can change the flexible buttons on your telephone to certain function buttons. For example, if your telephone has more line keys than available exchange lines, you may change the unused line keys to One-Touch Dialling buttons, etc.
  • Page 19 Proprietary Telephone Settings Line Access Keys One of the following 3 types of line keys must be used to select an exchange line when making a call. • Trunk Group (G-CO) key • Other Exchange Lines (O-CO) key • Single Exchange Line (S-CO) key •...
  • Page 20 Proprietary Telephone Settings Trunk Group (G-CO) Key To use exchange lines efficiently, a group of exchange lines (trunk group) can be assigned to a line key. This button is referred to as Trunk Group (G-CO) key. Any incoming calls from any exchange line in the trunk group arrive at the G-CO key.
  • Page 21 Proprietary Telephone Settings One-Touch Dialling Button MESSAGE AUTO DIAL telephone no. STORE Press the programmable button and dial 2 Enter the telephone number Press STORE. or press the PF button. (max. 24 digits). • To store the telephone number of an external party, a line access code (9, 0 or 81 through 86) must be stored as the first digit.
  • Page 22: Save Button

    Proprietary Telephone Settings FWD/DND (Forward/Do Not Disturb) Button AUTO DIAL STORE Press the programmable button. Dial 4. Press STORE. • 1.6 Before Leaving Your Desk, “Forwarding a Call (Call Forwarding)” • 1.7 Useful Features, “Rejecting Incoming Calls (Do Not Disturb – DND)” SAVE Button AUTO DIAL STORE...
  • Page 23 Proprietary Telephone Settings Restoring the MESSAGE Button Allows you to restore the message waiting feature to the MESSAGE button. AUTO DIAL MESSAGE STORE Press MESSAGE. Dial 3. Press STORE. One-Touch Access for System Features Features that can be accessed using the dialling buttons can also be programmed into memory. Programming MESSAGE AUTO DIAL...
  • Page 24: Display Contrast Adjustment

    Proprietary Telephone Settings Display Contrast Adjustment The CONTRAST selector is used to adjust the display contrast. CONTRAST HIGH Adjust the CONTRAST switch to the desired setting (LOW/MID/HIGH). • This feature is available for a KX-T7130 only. 1-14 Operations...
  • Page 25: To Adjust The Ringer Volume

    Proprietary Telephone Settings To adjust the ringer volume RINGER HIGH Adjust the RINGER Volume lever to the desired setting (OFF/LOW/HIGH). To adjust the speaker volume VOLUME Adjust the VOLUME Control lever to the desired setting (MAX to MIN). 1-15 Operations...
  • Page 26: Making Calls

    Making Calls Intercom Calling Allows you to make a call to another extension. Using the handset Any Telephone extension no. Lift the handset. Enter the extension number. Talk. Hang up. Using the Speakerphone SP-PHONE SP-PHONE INTERCOM extension no. Press SP-PHONE Enter the extension number.
  • Page 27: Calling The Operator (operator Call)

    Making Calls Calling the Operator (Operator Call) Allows you to call the operator within the system. One extension can be assigned as the operator. Any Telephone Lift the handset or press Dial 0 or 9. SP-PHONE/MONITOR. • If an operator is not assigned, this feature is not available and you will hear reorder tone. •...
  • Page 28 Making Calls Making Outside Calls Using Automatic Line Access Allows you to select an available exchange line automatically. Any Telephone phone no. Lift the handset or press Dial 9 or 0. Enter the phone Talk. Hang up or press Dial tone SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
  • Page 29: Recall

    Making Calls Making Outside Calls Using Individual Trunk Group Access Allows you to select an idle line within a designated trunk group. Through System Programming, exchange lines can be divided into 6 line groups. PT and SLT For a PT phone no.
  • Page 30: Handsfree Operation

    Making Calls Handsfree Operation Allows you to dial and to talk to the other party without lifting the handset. SP-PHONE Press SP-PHONE. • The microphone and speaker are now activated. Handsfree operation is available. Switching from the handset to handsfree mode SP-PHONE Press SP-PHONE.
  • Page 31: Making Emergency Calls (emergency Call)

    Making Calls Making Emergency Calls (Emergency Call) Allows you to dial a pre-set emergency number after seizing an exchange line. Up to 5 emergency dial numbers can be stored. Dialling Any Telephone line access code emergency no. Lift the handset or press Dial the line access code Dial tone Dial the emergency number.
  • Page 32: Dialling By Simply Pressing A Button (one-touch Dialling)

    Making Calls Dialling by Simply Pressing a Button (One-Touch Dialling) Allows you to call a number or access a system feature with the touch of a button. This is done by storing an extension number, telephone number or feature number (up to 24 digits) in a One-Touch Dialling button.
  • Page 33: Dialling Using System Speed Dialling (system Speed Dialling)

    Making Calls Dialling Using System Speed Dialling (System Speed Dialling) Allows you to make a call using pre-programmed speed dial numbers. This system supports 100 speed dial numbers which are available to all extension users. PT and SLT AUTO DIAL For a PT STORE system speed dial no.
  • Page 34: Dialling Using Personal Speed Dialling (personal Speed Dialling)

    Making Calls Dialling Using Personal Speed Dialling (Personal Speed Dialling) Allows you to store up to 10 speed dial numbers at your extension. These numbers are available for your extension only. Storing a phone number Any Telephone personal speed dial no. desired no.
  • Page 35 Making Calls Checking the stored personal speed dialling numbers personal speed dial no. Lift the handset or press Dial 3 . Enter the personal speed Dial #. SP-PHONE/MONITOR. dial number (0 through 9). 1-25 Operations...
  • Page 36: Dialling By Simply Going Off-hook (pickup Dialling)

    Making Calls Dialling by Simply Going Off-Hook (Pickup Dialling) Allows you to make an outgoing call by just going off-hook (single line telephone only). Storing a phone number phone no. Lift the handset or press Dial 742. Enter the phone number. Dial #.
  • Page 37: Redialling The Last Number Dialled (last Number Redial)

    Making Calls Redialling the Last Number Dialled (Last Number Redial) Automatically saves the last outside phone number dialled so that you can make a call to the same party later using a simple operation. REDIAL Lift the handset or press Lift the handset.
  • Page 38: Redialling The Saved Number (saved Number Redial)

    Making Calls Redialling the Saved Number (Saved Number Redial) Allows you to save the current external telephone number during a conversation, so that you can redial the same party later using a simple operation. The saved number can be redialled until another number is stored.
  • Page 39: Sending A Call Waiting Tone To A Busy Extension

    Making Calls Sending a Call Waiting Tone to a Busy Extension (Busy Extension Signalling) The busy extension that you called will hear the assigned Call Waiting tone and know that you are waiting. Any Telephone If you make an intercom call and hear a busy tone Wait for an answer and talk.
  • Page 40: Making Your Telephone Ring Back Automatically When A Line Becomes Free (automatic Callback Busy - Camp-on)

    Making Calls Making Your Telephone Ring Back Automatically When a Line Becomes Free (Automatic Callback Busy – Camp-On) Allows you to receive callback ringing when the dialled line becomes idle. When you answer the callback ringing; For an extension: The called extension starts ringing without dialling. For an exchange line: The line is seized.
  • Page 41: Interrupting An Existing Call (executive Busy Override)

    Making Calls Interrupting an Existing Call (Executive Busy Override) Executive Busy Override — Extension Allows you to connect to an existing intercom (extension) call. System Programming is required to use this feature. Any Telephone If you make an intercom call and while hearing a busy tone A three-party conference is now established.
  • Page 42 Making Calls Executive Busy Override — Exchange Line Allows you to connect to an existing outside call or add a third party to your existing conversation. System Programming is required to use this feature. A three-party conference is now established. Lift the handset or press Press the desired line key Confirmation tone...
  • Page 43: Denying "interrupting An Existing Call" (executive Busy Override Deny)

    Making Calls Denying “Interrupting an Existing Call” (Executive Busy Override Deny) Allows you to prevent other extension users from interrupting your conversation. Setting / Cancelling Any Telephone To set. To cancel. Lift the handset or press To set: Dial 7330#. Hang up or press Confirmation tone SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
  • Page 44: Receiving Calls

    Receiving Calls Receiving Calls PT and SLT INTERCOM Lift the handset or press SP-PHONE. Press a rapidly flashing line key or INTERCOM. • The line key or INTERCOM indicator light turns steady green. • There are 3 types of Line Preference for incoming outside calls (— No Line/Prime Exchange Line/Ringing Line).
  • Page 45: Receiving Calls

    Receiving Calls Handsfree Answerback Allows you to answer an intercom call without lifting the handset. Setting When the SP-PHONE and the AUTO ANSWER/MUTE indicators are off AUTO ANSWER MUTE Press AUTO ANSWER/MUTE. • The AUTO ANSWER/MUTE indicator turns on. Cancelling When the AUTO ANSWER/MUTE indicator is on AUTO ANSWER MUTE...
  • Page 46: Picking Up A Call Ringing At Another Extension (call Pickup)

    Receiving Calls Picking up a Call Ringing at Another Extension (Call Pickup) Directed Call Pickup Allows you to answer an incoming call ringing at any other extension. Any telephone extension no. Lift the handset or press Confirmation tone Dial 4. Enter the extension number Talk.
  • Page 47 Receiving Calls Retrieving Calls Answered by a TAM (Telephone Answering Machine) Allows you to answer an incoming call received by a TAM. System Programming is required to use this feature. Any telephone While the TAM is answering a call TAM no. Busy tone Lift the handset or press Enter the TAM number.
  • Page 48: During A Conversation

    During a Conversation Placing a Call on Hold (Call Hold) Allows you to place a call on hold. Placing a call on hold During a conversation During a conversation HOLD Press HOLD. Confirmation tone Press Recall. Confirmation tone and dial tone and dial tone •...
  • Page 49: Placing A Call On Hold Exclusively (exclusive Hold)

    During a Conversation • During a 5-party conference, you cannot use this feature. • With outside calls, you can put multiple calls on hold. However, with intercom calls, you can put only one call on hold. One way around this is to use the Call Park feature. See two pages ahead.
  • Page 50: Retrieving A Call On Hold (call Hold Retrieve)

    During a Conversation • During a 5-party conference, you cannot use this feature. • If a held call is not retrieved within a pre-determined time (default: 30 seconds), ringing will be heard (Hold Recall). • If an outside call is placed on hold and not retrieved within 30 minutes, it will be automatically disconnected.
  • Page 51: Placing A Call In System Parking Area (call Park)

    During a Conversation Placing a Call in System Parking Area (Call Park) Allows you to place a held call into a system parking area so that you can perform other tasks. The parked call can be retrieved by any extension user. Up to 10 calls can be parked. PT and SLT During a conversation HOLD...
  • Page 52: Transferring A Call To An Extension (call Transfer - To Extension)

    During a Conversation Transferring a Call to an Extension (Call Transfer – to Extension) Allows you to transfer a received call to another extension. There are 2 ways. Screened Call Transfer: The call is announced before being transferred. Unscreened Call Transfer: The line is transferred without waiting for an answer. Screened Call Transfer PT and SLT During a conversation...
  • Page 53 During a Conversation Call Transfer using a DSS button Allows you to perform a Screened or Unscreened Call Transfer by using a DSS button. There are 2 operations, depending on whether or not One-Touch Transfer* is set. * One-Touch Transfer allows you to hold an outside call and transfer it to an extension by pressing one key. This feature provides automatic hold and transfer, without pressing the TRANSFER button.
  • Page 54: Transferring A Call To An Exchange Line (call Transfer - To Exchange Line)

    During a Conversation Transferring a Call to an Exchange Line (Call Transfer – to Exchange Line) Allows you to transfer a received intercom call to an external party. System Programming is required to execute this feature. During a conversation TRANSFER phone no.
  • Page 55: Call Waiting

    During a Conversation Call Waiting During a conversation, a Call Waiting tone informs you that there is a call waiting. You can answer the second call by disconnecting the first call or placing it on hold. Setting / Cancelling for outside calls Any Telephone To set.
  • Page 56 During a Conversation To talk to the new party holding the current call While hearing the Call Waiting tone While hearing a Call Waiting tone and the line key or INTERCOM indicator is flashing rapidly HOLD INTERCOM Press the flashing Talk to the Lift the Talk to the...
  • Page 57: Call Splitting

    During a Conversation Call Splitting Allows you to talk to two different parties alternately. If a call is received while you are already on the line, you can place the current call on hold and have a conversation with the other party.
  • Page 58: Paging

    During a Conversation Paging Allows you to make a voice announcement to several people at the same time. Your message is announced over built-in speakers of proprietary telephones and/or the external pager. The paged person can answer your page from any telephone. You can also transfer a call after paging.
  • Page 59: Answering A Page

    During a Conversation All extensions & External Allows you to make a voice announcement to all extensions. Your message is announced over the built-in speakers of proprietary telephones (PT) and the external pager. Any Telephone Dial 33 . Announce. Wait for Talk.
  • Page 60 During a Conversation Transferring after paging (Paging and Transfer) You can transfer a call using the paging function (All Extensions, Group, External, or All Extensions & External). PT and SLT During a conversation For all extensions. TRANSFER group no. For a group. For a PT For external.
  • Page 61: Turning The Microphone Off (microphone Mute)

    During a Conversation Paging Deny A page sent to a built-in speaker can be denied by any extension in the system. Setting / Cancelling To set. To cancel. Lift the handset or press To set: Dial 7341#. Hang up or press SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
  • Page 62: Before Leaving Your Desk

    Before Leaving Your Desk Forwarding Calls (Call Forwarding) Automatically transfers incoming calls to another extension or to an external destination. The following types are available. ESCRIPTION All Calls All incoming calls are forwarded to another extension. All incoming calls are forwarded to another extension when you do not Busy or No Answer answer or when your extension is busy.
  • Page 63: All Calls

    Before Leaving Your Desk • A flexible line key on a proprietary telephone which is not provided with FWD/DND button can be assigned as the FWD/DND button. • The lighting patterns of the FWD/DND button are as follows. Off: Both functions are not set. Red: DND mode Flashing red slowly: FWD mode •...
  • Page 64: Busy Or No Answer

    Before Leaving Your Desk Busy or No Answer You can forward your calls to another extension when your extension is busy or if you do not answer the call within a pre-determined time. Setting PT and SLT FWD/DND For a PT extension no.
  • Page 65 Before Leaving Your Desk Follow Me You can set the “Call Forwarding” feature from the destination extension. This is useful if you forget to set “Call Forwarding — All Calls” before you leave your desk. Setting PT and SLT At the destination extension FWD/DND For a PT extension no.
  • Page 66 Before Leaving Your Desk Cancel There are two cancelling methods for “Call Forwarding”. The cancelling depends on the Call Forwarding type that has been assigned. Cancelling Call Forwarding at your (original) extension PT and SLT FWD/DND For a PT For an SLT Confirmation Lift the handset or press For a PT: Press FWD/DND.
  • Page 67: Locking Your Telephone (electronic Extension Lockout)

    Before Leaving Your Desk Locking Your Telephone (Electronic Extension Lockout) Allows you to lock your extension so that other users cannot make outside calls from your extension. Locking Any Telephone same code lock code lock code Dial 77. Dial #. Confirmation tone Hang up or press Lift the handset or press...
  • Page 68: Showing Your Message On The Calling Party's Display (absent Message Capability)

    Before Leaving Your Desk Showing Your Message on the Calling Party’s Display (Absent Message Capability) When a caller using a proprietary telephone with a LCD dials another extension, a programmed Absent Message (Message 1 through 6) will be displayed on the calling party’s LCD.
  • Page 69: Useful Features

    Useful Features Conference (3-party) During a 2-party conversation, you can add a third party to make a 3-party conference. The maximum number of extensions and exchange lines in a conference can be changed by System Programming. Establishing a conference During a 2-party conversation A 3-party conference CONF CONF...
  • Page 70 Useful Features To leave the conference Any telephone Hang up or press SP-PHONE. • The other two parties may continue their conversation. • If the other two parties are both exchange lines, they will be disconnected. To talk to the original party while holding the third party Confirmation tone Talk to the original party.
  • Page 71 Useful Features • A conference call can also be established by “Executive Busy Override”. • When a 2-party call is changed to a 3-party call or vice versa, a confirmation tone is sent to all parties. The tone can be disabled. •...
  • Page 72: Conference (5-party)

    Useful Features Conference (5-party) Allows you to establish a 5-party conference. The members of a conference may be up to 5 extensions, or 3 extensions and 2 exchange lines. Establishing a conference CONF phone no. Lift the handset or Dial 22 . Enter the phone number Talk to the Press CONF.
  • Page 73 Useful Features To change to a 5-party conference during a 3-party conference During a 3-party conversation HOLD CONF phone no. Dial 22 . Enter the phone number Talk. Press CONF. Press HOLD. of the fourth party. • The current call is placed on hold in the parking zone automatically.
  • Page 74 Useful Features • System programming is required to execute this feature. • Up to 2 exchange lines can join a conference. • When a 5-party conference is changed to a 4-party conference, a confirmation tone is sent to all parties. The tone can be disabled. •...
  • Page 75: Leaving A Message (message Waiting)

    Useful Features Leaving a Message (Message Waiting) When the called extension is busy or does not answer your call, you can leave a message so that the called party may call you back. As a message receiver, the MESSAGE button light lets you know that a call has been received.
  • Page 76 Useful Features Checking and Selecting a message by the message receiver If there is a message, the message waiting lamp (MESSAGE indicator) light will be on. When the telephone is idle and on-hook MESSAGE • The stored messages are shown on the display in the order they were received.
  • Page 77: Calling With Account Codes (account Code Entry)

    Useful Features Calling with Account Codes (Account Code Entry) An account code is used to identify 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 not required. For outgoing outside calls, account codes are often required.
  • Page 78 Useful Features • In the Verify-All mode, you must always enter a pre-set account code when making an outside call. In the Verify-Toll (Call Barring) mode, you can enter a pre-set account code only when you need to override call barring. •...
  • Page 79: Rejecting Incoming Calls (do Not Disturb - Dnd)

    Useful Features Rejecting Incoming Calls (Do Not Disturb — DND) Allows you to prevent other parties from disturbing you. Your extension will not receive DND TONE intercom or outside calls. Setting / Cancelling PT and SLT FWD/DND For a PT To set.
  • Page 80: Calling An Extension Which Has Do Not Disturb Set (do Not Disturb Override)

    Useful Features Calling an Extension which Has Do Not Disturb Set (Do Not Disturb Override) Allows you to call an extension even though the “Do Not Disturb — DND” feature is set. System Programming is required to use this feature. Any Telephone If you make an intercom call and hear a Do Not Disturb (DND) tone DND tone...
  • Page 81: Secret Dialling

    Useful Features Secret Dialling Allows you to conceal all or part(s) of a “System Speed Dialling number” or “One-Touch Dialling number” assigned to a flexible line key, both which normally appear on the display. When storing the phone number INTERCOM Press INTERCOM before and after the part you wish to conceal.
  • Page 82: Alarm Setting (timed Reminder)

    Useful Features Alarm Setting (Timed Reminder) You can receive a ringback at your telephone to remind you of a meeting or appointment. Either once or daily (everyday until cancelled) is available at a pre-set time. At home, you can also use this feature as a wake-up call. Setting Any Telephone hour...
  • Page 83 Useful Features Checking the set time (with a display PT only) Lift the handset or press Dial 763#. Hang up or press SP-PHONE/MONITOR. SP-PHONE/MONITOR. Stopping the alarm Any Telephone Lift the handset. • Pressing any key also stops the alarm. •...
  • Page 84: Time (day/night/lunch) Service

    Useful Features Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service This system supports the Day, Night and Lunch modes. The system operation for originating and receiving calls can be different in the day, night and lunch modes. “Time Service” can only be set by the operator and manager. For a PT user, even if your extension is not assigned as the operator or manager, you can use your display to check the current mode.
  • Page 85: Joining Or Leaving A Call Distribution Group (log-in/log-out)

    Useful Features Joining or Leaving a Call Distribution Group (Log-In/Log-Out) Allows you to assign the Log-In mode or Log-Out mode Log-In within a hunting, DISA ring or UCD group. When in Log-Out mode, you can leave the group temporarily, preventing group calls from ringing at your extension. The lighting patterns of the Log-In/Log-Out button on a proprietary telephone and status are as follows.
  • Page 86: Room Monitor

    Useful Features Room Monitor Allows you to monitor a room through a proprietary telephone with an AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button. The proprietary telephone you want to monitor should be set to allow monitoring beforehand. You can also monitor through a doorphone. You can use a proprietary telephone with an AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button and single line telephone with a MUTE button for monitoring.
  • Page 87: Data Line Security

    Useful Features Monitoring through a doorphone PT and SLT SP-PHONE AUTO ANSWER For a PT MUTE doorphone no. Monitoring starts. MUTE For an SLT For a PT: Press SP-PHONE and AUTO ANSWER/MUTE. Enter the monitored Dial 31. For an SLT: Lift the handset and press the MUTE button. doorphone number (1 through 4).
  • Page 88: Parallel Connection Of A Proprietary Telephone And Single Line Telephone (parallelled Telephone Connection)

    Useful Features Parallel Connection of a Proprietary Telephone and Single Line Telephone (Parallelled Telephone Connection) Any extension connected to extension ports 01 through 16 can be connected in parallel with a proprietary telephone and a single line telephone. In the event of a power failure, CO1 and CO4 can be accessed using the single line telephones that are connected in parallel with the proprietary telephones to extension ports 01 and 09 respectively.
  • Page 89: External Feature Access

    Useful Features External Feature Access Allows you to access special features (e.g. Call Waiting) offered by a host PBX or Local Exchange. This feature is effective only during an outside call. You can access the feature by using either the RECALL button or the feature number. Using the RECALL button During a conversation with an outside party RECALL...
  • Page 90: Self-extension Number Confirmation (kx-t7130 Only)

    Useful Features Self-Extension Number Confirmation (KX-T7130 only) Allows you to display your port and extension number. To program, set the MEMORY switch on the proprietary telephone to “PROGRAM”. HOLD Dial 6. Press HOLD (END). • The display shows your port and extension •...
  • Page 91: Extension Button Confirmation (kx-t7130 Only)

    Useful Features Extension Button Confirmation (KX-T7130 only) You can confirm the values stored in the button using the LCD. Checking Press the button you want to confirm. REDIAL FWD/DND MESSAGE Press Press PROGRAMMABLE Press Press Press flexible REDIAL. FEATURE. FWD/DND. MESSAGE.
  • Page 92: Cancelling Features (extension Feature Clear)

    Useful Features Cancelling Features (Extension Feature Clear) Allows you to reset the following extension features to the default settings. a) Absent Message Capability k) Message Waiting b) Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) – (All messages will be erased.) c) Background Music (BGM) l) Pickup Dialling d) Call Forwarding –...
  • Page 93: Doorphone Call

    Useful Features Doorphone Call Allows you to have a conversation with a visitor at your doorphone. Up to 4 doorphones can be connected to the system. Calling an extension from a doorphone Any Doorphone Wait for an answer and talk. Press the Doorphone button for 1 second.
  • Page 94: Door Opener

    Useful Features Door Opener Allows you to unlock the door from your telephone. Up to 4 door openers can be connected to the system. To unlock the door from an assigned extension Any Telephone door opener no. Lift the handset or press Confirmation Hang up or press Dial 55.
  • Page 95: Voice Mail Integration For Kx-tvp100

    Follow-on ID format. Setting A: only sends the extension number to the Voice Mail Port. Setting B: sends “#6” followed by the extension number. “#6” is used by a Panasonic KX-TVP100 to force the VPS port into voice mail service.
  • Page 96 Useful Features Listening to a stored message You can listen to the messages stored in your mailbox easily. There are two operations to play back messages. Using the Message Waiting (MESSAGE) button MESSAGE • You can listen to the stored message by following the Voice Mail prompts.
  • Page 97: Calling Using Your Privileges From Another Extension (walking Cos)

    Useful Features Calling Using Your Privileges from Another Extension (Walking COS) Allows you to use your calling privileges (Call Barring — Class of Service) at another extension. You may override restrictions which may be set at the extension. Making a call Any Telephone At another extension extension password...
  • Page 98: Ringing Pattern Selection

    Useful Features Ringing Pattern Selection A different ringing pattern is used to distinguish intercom calls from incoming outside calls. • You can select the ringing pattern as follows in System Programming. — Exchange line: 3 patterns (A, B or C) —...
  • Page 99: Power Failure Transfer

    Useful Features Power Failure Transfer During a power failure, each of the following exchange lines will be connected to an assigned extension. Exchange line 1: extension port 01 Exchange line 4: extension port 09 • During a power failure, all features cannot be used except for incoming and outgoing outside calls from extension ports 01 and 09.
  • Page 100: Operator / Manager Service Features

    Operator / Manager Service Features The system supports one operator and one manager. Any extension can be appointed as the operator and extension port 01 is appointed as the manager. System Programming is required to assign the operator. They can perform the following features. 1) Date and Time Setting 2) Electronic Extension Lockout —...
  • Page 101: Electronic Extension Lockout - Cancel All

    Operator / Manager Service Features Electronic Extension Lockout — CANCEL ALL You can cancel Electronic Extension Lockout at all extensions. Setting AUTO DIAL STORE Dial 8. Press AUTO DIAL/STORE. • Be sure the handset is on the cradle and the SP-PHONE button is off. •...
  • Page 102 Operator / Manager Service Features Cancelling extension no. Dial 764. Dial the desired extension Dial #. Confirmation tone Lift the handset or press number. and dial tone SP-PHONE/MONITOR. Dial 762#. Confirmation tone Hang up or press SP-PHONE/MONITOR. Checking the time setting (with a display PT only) extension no.
  • Page 103: Outgoing Message (ogm)

    Operator / Manager Service Features Outgoing Message (OGM) The operator or manager can record or play back the outgoing message. This is played when a caller accesses the DISA or UCD feature. Two Outgoing Messages (OGM 1 and OGM 2) are available for DISA 1, DISA 2, UCD and UCD-END.
  • Page 104: Remote Extension Lock

    Operator / Manager Service Features Remote Extension Lock The operator or manager can remotely lock or unlock a particular extension. You can prohibit outside calls. Locking Lift the handset or press Press the flexible key assigned SP-PHONE/MONITOR. as the Station Lock button. •...
  • Page 105: Time (day/night/lunch) Service Setting

    Operator / Manager Service Features Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service Setting This system supports the day, night and lunch modes. The system operation for originating and receiving calls can be different in the day, night and lunch modes. Call barring can be programmed to prevent unauthorised calls for each mode. Changing Day, Night or Lunch mode in manual or automatic mode For Manual-Day mode For Manual-Night mode...
  • Page 106 Operator / Manager Service Features • The day/night/lunch mode can be changed either automatically at a predetermined time (default: 9:00 a.m. for every day, 5:30 p.m. for every night) or manually at any time by System Programming. • Even if the automatic mode has been selected by System Programming, the operator or manager can change the day, night and lunch modes manually.
  • Page 107: Extension Password Set (manager Only)

    Operator / Manager Service Features Extension Password Set (Manager only) The manager can assign a password to each extension. The assigned password can be used for the Walking COS feature. Setting Repeat these steps. SP-PHONE AUTO DIAL AUTO DIAL SP-PHONE REDIAL password password...
  • Page 108: Dss Console Features

    The DSS Console must be connected to a Panasonic Advanced Hybrid System and paired with a PT. System Programming is required to designate the extension ports of the DSS Console. With a paired telephone, you can carry out the following operations using the DSS Console.
  • Page 109: Extension Number Assignment

    DSS Console Features Extension Number Assignment You can assign a desired number to a DSS button. PT and DSS Console [DSS Console] [Paired telephone] [Paired telephone] [Paired telephone] Repeat these steps AUTO DIAL to program numbers extension no. for other DSS buttons. STORE Press the desired Dial 1.
  • Page 110 DSS Console Features Day, Night and Lunch Buttons Assignment (Operator/Manager only) You can assign a DSS button as a Day, Night or Lunch button. Simply pressing the assigned button sets the day, night or lunch mode. [DSS Console] [Paired telephone] [Paired telephone] For Day mode AUTO DIAL...
  • Page 111: Direct Extension Dialling

    DSS Console Features • DSS buttons can be changed to any of the following function buttons. a) Another DSS Button (Every DSS button can be assigned to another extension number.) b) One-Touch Dialling Button c) Day Button (Operator/Manager only) d) Night Button (Operator/Manager only) e) Lunch Button (Operator/Manager only) f) Extension Lock Button (Operator/Manager only) •...
  • Page 112: One-touch Access For System Features

    DSS Console Features One-Touch Access for System Features You can access system features by pressing a programmed DSS or PF button. PT and DSS Console [Paired Telephone] [DSS Console] Press the desired DSS or PF button. Lift the handset or press SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
  • Page 113: Appendix

    Section 2 Appendix...
  • Page 114: Tone / Ring Tone List

    Tone / Ring Tone List < TONE > Confirmation Tone 1 Confirmation Tone 2 Confirmation Tone 3 Dial Tone 1 Dial Tone 2 Dial Tone 3 Busy Tone Reorder Tone Ringback Tone Do Not Disturb (DND) Tone 15 s Call Waiting Tone 1 Call Waiting Tone 2 (Single) Call Waiting Tone 2...
  • Page 115: Led Indication

    LED Indication The Light Emitting Diode (LED) indicates the line conditions using lighting patterns. Flashing light patterns Flashing slowly (60 flash/min) Flashing moderately (120 flash/min) Flashing rapidly (240 flash/min) LED Indication on the INTERCOM Button The table below shows the lighting patterns for intercom line conditions. INTERCOM button Intercom Line Condition Idle...
  • Page 116: Feature Number List

    Feature Number List Feature Numbers and Additional Required Digits EATURE UMBER DDITIONAL EQUIRED IGITS Absent Message Capability set / cancel 1–6 / 0 + # Account Code Entry for an SLT 49 or Account code Call Forwarding set / cancel 1–3 + desired number / 0 + # Call Forwarding —...
  • Page 117 Feature Number List EATURE UMBER DDITIONAL EQUIRED IGITS Paging — All extensions & External or 9 Paging — External Paging — All extensions / Group 0 / 1–8 Paging — Answer Paging Deny set / cancel 1 / 0 + # Personal Speed Dialling or # 0–9...
  • Page 118 Feature Number List Feature Numbers EATURE UMBER While a busy tone is heard Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) Busy Extension Signalling Executive Busy Override While a Do Not Disturb tone is heard Do Not Disturb (DND) Override During a call or while talking Alternate Calling —...
  • Page 119: Display Example

    Display Example Due to the Trilingual Selection Feature, you can select the display in English, Spanish or Portuguese by System Programming. The left part is the English display and the right part is the Spanish display. NGLISH ISPLAY PANISH ISPLAY ESCRIPTION Factory setting.
  • Page 120 Display Example NGLISH ISPLAY PANISH ISPLAY ESCRIPTION Absent Message 4. Back at 11:00AM Regreso 11:00AM Back Ground Music has been turned off. BGM off Musica Desact Back Ground Music has been turned on. BGM on Musica Ambiental The doorphone or external pager called is in use. Busy Ocupado “Executive Busy Override Deny”...
  • Page 121 Display Example NGLISH ISPLAY PANISH ISPLAY ESCRIPTION Door 1 released D - Opener 1-On Abrepuerta 1-Act Making or receiving a doorphone call. Door Phone Interfono Conference with an extension and exchange line. Ext201 & CO 1 Ext201 Y LN 1 Conference with two extensions.
  • Page 122 Display Example NGLISH ISPLAY PANISH ISPLAY ESCRIPTION “Message Waiting” has been left at extension 201. MW at Ext 201 ME en Ext 201 The “Message Waiting” setting was not accepted. MW Not Accepted ME No Aceptado “Message Waiting” cancelled. MW Cancelled ME Cancelado Night mode status.
  • Page 123: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If a power failure occurs... Your system allows certain extensions to make and receive calls on certain lines (Power Failure Transfer) and retains system programming. Power Failure Transfer A specific extension will be automatically connected to a specific exchange line. This provides exchange line calls between the following extensions and exchange lines.
  • Page 124 2-12 Appendix...
  • Page 125 Index Call Transfer ..........1-102 Absent Message Capability ......1-58 Call Transfer – to Exchange Line ....1-44 Account Code Entry ........1-67 Adjustment → Control Call Transfer – to Extension ......1-42 Call Waiting..........1-45 Alarm Setting (Timed Reminder) ....1-72 Call Waiting Tone Selection ......
  • Page 126 Index Data Line Security ........1-77 Flexible DSS Button ........1-8 Date and Time Setting ........1-90 Flexible Line Key .......... 1-8 Day Button..........1-100 Flexible MESSAGE Button......1-8 Direct Extension Dialling ......1-101 Forwarding a Call (Call Forwarding) ..1-52 Display All Calls ............
  • Page 127 Index Operator Call ..........1-17 Last Number Redial........1-27 Outside ............1-17 LED Indication ..........2-3 Personal Speed Dialling......1-24 Line Key ............ 2-3 Redialling Automatically INTERCOM Button........2-3 (Automatic Redial) ......1-27 Lever Redialling the Last Number Dialled CONTRAST ..........1-14 (Last Number Redial) ......
  • Page 128 Index Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing..1-5 Night Button ..........1-100 Idle Line Preference........1-5 No Line Preference........1-5, 1-6 No Line Preference ........1-5 Prime Line Preference ........ 1-5 Prime Line Preference ......1-5, 1-6 One-Touch Access for Programming Mode ........1-4 System Features ......
  • Page 129 Index SAVE Button ..........1-12 Voice Call ............1-7 Saved Number Redial ........1-28 Voice Mail Integration for KX-TVP100 ..1-85 Secret Dialling ..........1-71 Volume Control (VOLUME) ...... 1-14 Self-Extension Number Confirmation ..1-80 Ringer volume .......... 1-15 Single Exchange Line (S-CO) Key ....1-9 Speaker volume ........
  • Page 130 Memo...
  • Page 132 KME and its licensee. C Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd. 1999 Panasonic Business Systems U.K. Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 8FP PSQX1709YB Printed in the United Kingdom CM1129SM...
  • Page 133 Quick Reference Cards For Single Line Telephones Quick Reference Cards For Single Line Telephones MAKING CALLS MAKING CALLS • Intercom Calling: Extension No. • Intercom Calling: Extension No. • Operator Call: • Operator Call: Phone No. Phone No. • Outside Calls-Automatic Line Access: •...
  • Page 134 EXTENSION PROGRAMMMING / SETTING EXTENSION PROGRAMMMING / SETTING • Personal Speed Dialling-Store: • Personal Speed Dialling-Store: Personal Speed Dial No. (0-9) Phone No. Personal Speed Dial No. (0-9) Phone No. • Call Waiting-Outside calls-Set: • Call Waiting-Outside calls-Set: -Cancel: -Cancel: •...
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