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Panasonic KX-T7400 Series User Manual Addendum

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Digital Super Hybrid System
Additional Operating Instructions
for KX-T7400 Series
and
Added and Changed Features
for the Operating Instructions
This manual provides a special information about the KX-T7400 Series and other added and
changed features.
Please refer to this along with the KX-TD208E Operating Instructions.
The last letter "E" or "E-B"of each model number is omitted in this manual.
For Model
KX-TD208E

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  • Page 1 KX-T7400 Series Added and Changed Features for the Operating Instructions This manual provides a special information about the KX-T7400 Series and other added and changed features. Please refer to this along with the KX-TD208E Operating Instructions. The last letter “E” or “E-B”of each model number is omitted in this manual.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents User Manual Addendum for KX-T7400 Series Configuration ..........4 Location of Controls .
  • Page 3 Contents Section 3. System Programming [205] DTMF Sending PAUSE Time ......42 [517] Call Forwarding by ISDN Service ..... . 42 [614]-[615] Doorphone Call Forwarding –...
  • Page 4: Configuration

    Configuration Location of Controls KX-T7431: Digital Proprietary Telephone LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) PROGRAM button With 16-character/1-line readout: Shows the date, time, dialed number or name, FWD/DND (Call Forwarding call duration time, etc. It also shows the messages for programming or feature access. /Do Not Disturb) button SELECT button CONF (Conference) button...
  • Page 5 Configuration KX-T7436: Digital Proprietary Telephone LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Function buttons With 24-character/6-line readout: (F1 through F5) Shows the date, time, dialed number or name, call duration time, etc. It also shows the messages for PROGRAM button programming or feature access. FWD/DND (Call Forwarding Function buttons /Do Not Disturb) button...
  • Page 6 Configuration KX-T7425: Digital Proprietary Telephone PROGRAM button FWD/DND (Call Forwarding /Do Not Disturb) button CONF (CONFERENCE) Flexible Outside (CO) button Line buttons INTERCOM button (01 through 24) SP-PHONE PAUSE button (Speakerphone) button TRANSFER button HOLD button MESSAGE button AUTO DIAL/STORE button AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button RINGER Volume Selector Used to adjust the ringer volume.
  • Page 7: Connection

    Configuration Connection Connect as shown. KX-T7431/KX-T7433/KX-T7436/KX-T7420/KX-T7425 Connect to a Digital Super Hibrid System (TO MAIN UNIT). The telephone line cord Connect to a standard telephone, telephone answering machine, or FAX for XDP* or parallel connections (TO TEL). <Back View> CAUTION Ensure the cords are inserted in the grooves to prevent damage to the connectors.
  • Page 8: Wall Mounting

    Configuration Wall Mounting 1. Disconnect the handset cord first. 4. Insert the stand in the centre slots. Remove the handset hook by pulling it up. Turn it around and re-insert it. 2. Remove the attached stand. 5. Insert the included tel line cord. (Ensure the cord is inserted in the groove to prevent damage to the connector.) 3.
  • Page 9: Feature Button Descriptions

    Configuration Feature Button Descriptions KX-T7431/KX-T7433/KX-T7436/KX-T7420/KX-T7425 AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button MODE button (KX-T7431 only) Used for intercom auto answer; or it turns Used to change the display in order to the microphone off during a conversation. access various features. AUTO DIAL/STORE button PAUSE button Used for speed dialling or storing Used to insert a pause in speed dial...
  • Page 10: Initial Setting

    (— contrast volume level 3) When using a headset The Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid System supports the use of a headset with a proprietary telephone (PT). When you use a headset (optional), you should switch the selection mode first. Selection is explained in the “Handset/Headset Selection” in Initial Settings (Section 2 in the KX-TD208 Operating Instructions).
  • Page 11: Changing The Ringing Tone Of A Co Button

    Configuration Changing the ringing tone of a CO button There are eight ringer frequencies available for each CO (Loop-CO, Single-CO) button. If you wish to change them, refer to the “Distinguishing the ringing tone for each CO button” in the Initial Settings (Section 2 in the KX-TD208 Operating Instructions). Volume Control —...
  • Page 12 Configuration While the telephone is idle and on-hook 1. Press the RING (S2) button. • The telephone will ring. RING 2. Rotate the Jog Dial in the desired direction. • The telephone will stop ringing in about 4 seconds. • When the volume level is 0, the display shows “RING OFF”. –...
  • Page 13: Station Programming

    Station Programming Station Speed Dialling Number/Name Assignment Allows you to assign numbers and names that are used frequently to Function buttons on your telephone. You can store extension numbers, telephone numbers and features access numbers. For KX-T7436 users To store a number –...
  • Page 14 Station Programming 3. Enter the name (10 characters max.). • Refer to the Combination Table on page 15 on how to enter each character. name 4. Press the STORE button. • The STORE indicator lights. AUTO DIAL • The display shows the initial programming mode. STORE –...
  • Page 15 Station Programming To store a name – Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM][9][9]. 1. Press 2. Enter the Station Speed Dial number (0 through 9). • The STORE indicator light turns off. • The display shows the current status. <Example>...
  • Page 16 Station Programming Combination Table 1 SHIFT+ SHIFT+ SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT & Soft SHIFT+ SHIFT+ + S1 + S2 + S3 Combination Pressing SELECT* (Times) Keys ’ – < > & * If your telephone is a KX-T7431, do not use the provided SELECT button. Use the AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button which becomes the SELECT button when using the overlay.
  • Page 17 Station Programming <Example> To enter “Mike”, – Using the SELECT button (With a KX-T7431/KX-T7433/KX-T7436/KX-T7235) See Combination Table 1. 1. Press 6 and then press the SELECT button once to enter “M”. 2. Press 4 and then press the SELECT button six times to enter “i”. 3.
  • Page 18: Features

    Features Handset Microphone Mute Allows the KX-T7400 series telephone user to turn off the handset microphone so you can consult privately with others in the room. You will still be able to hear the other party. Setting During a conversation using the handset 1.
  • Page 19: Special Display Features

    Special Display Features A Panasonic digital proprietary telephone with a large display, KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436, allows you to make a call or operate a feature using the display message. For operation of the features marked “*”, refer to the corresponding feature in the KX-TD208 Operating Instructions.
  • Page 20 Special Display Features List for Display Operation with a Soft button For KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 2.3 Making Calls Quick Dialling Dialling with a System Speed Dialling Button (System Speed Dialling) Dialling with a Station Speed Dialling Button (Station Speed Dialling) 2.6 Others Before Leaving Your Desk Showing Your Message on the Calling Party’s Display (Absent Message Capability)
  • Page 21 Special Display Features Left Right Jog Dial Operation (counter-clockwise) (clockwise) You can search for desired items by using the Jog Dial on the corresponding display menu. Rotate the Jog Dial in To the previous To the next either direction as desired. The items item item will be displayed as follows.
  • Page 22: Call Directory

    Special Display Features 1) Call Directory You can make an Only the items whose names Extension (Extension Dialling) intercom call using the are assigned are displayed in directory. alphabetical order. You can make a call to a SYS Speed (System Speed party stored in the Dialling) system using the...
  • Page 23 Special Display Features KX-T7431 System Speed Station Speed Extension Dialling Dialling Dialling Second display Third display Forth display S y s t e m S p e e d S t a t i o n S p e e d E x t e n s i o n John Smith Extension Dialling / System Speed...
  • Page 24 Special Display Features KX-T7433 Third display 1 J a n 1 5 : 0 0 System Speed Dialling S T A E X T F E A T Extension Speed Extension Dialling Dialling A n n P a r k e r B o b J o n e s A l i c e C a r o l...
  • Page 25: Using The Function Button

    Special Display Features KX-T7436 – Using the Function button – Initial display 1 Jan 15:00 Station Speed Extension STA Speed Dialling Features SYS Speed Call Log CONT RING Extension System Speed Call Log, Outgoing Dialling Dialling Ronald Ronald Zaydel Zaydel Adam Adam Alice...
  • Page 26: System Speed Dialling

    Special Display Features – Using the Soft button or rotating Jog Dial directly – Third display 1 Jan 15:00 System Speed Extension STA Speed Dialling Features SYS Speed Call Log FEAT Station Speed Dialling Extension Dialling Ronald Ronald Zaydel Zaydel Adam Adam Alice...
  • Page 27: System Feature Access Menu

    Special Display Features 2) System Feature Access Menu You can access the features which are displayed in alphabetical order. To access the features, you may change the display to the Jog Dial Operation display by pressing the MODE or SHIFT button first. Then follow the procedures below. KX-T7431 KX-T7433 KX-T7436...
  • Page 28 Special Display Features KX-T7431 Note 1. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is • When using a KX-T7436, you can press the displayed. Function button (F1 through F5) on the same 2. Press the SELECT button. line of the desired item instead of the SEL (S3) 3.
  • Page 29 Special Display Features System Feature List You can access the following features which are displayed in alphabetical order. The parameters used in the list are for a telephone connected to a KX-TD208. DISPLAY DISPLAY (KX-T7436) FEATURE DESCRIPTION (KX-T7431/KX-T7433) Cancel the absent message. Absent MSG Off ABST MSG Off Set an absent message.
  • Page 31: Added Features

    Added Features * All the buttons are based on the KX-T7200 series, although they also apply to other models (e.g., KX-T7400 series).
  • Page 32: Section 2.2 Initial Settings

    Initial 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, your telephone has more CO buttons than available Exchange lines, so you may change unused CO buttons to one-touch dialling buttons, etc. Programming buttons are: Flexible CO button Flexible DSS button...
  • Page 33: Section 2.6 Others

    Others Before Leaving Your Desk Forwarding a Call (Call Forwarding) ESCRIPTION By the ISDN Service All calls to your MSN number are forwarded by the ISDN. – all calls By the ISDN Service Calls to your MSN are forwarded when you are busy, by the –...
  • Page 34: Denying Receiving Calls - Rejecting Incoming Calls (do Not Disturb (dnd))

    Others Denying Receiving Calls Rejecting Incoming Calls (Do Not Disturb (DND)) You can reject calls using the following method. SLT and PT To forward a call destination to the destination extension no. extension To forward a call to an operator To reject receiving calls Off-hook.
  • Page 35: Caller Identification Services

    Others Caller Identification Services Displaying the Caller’s Information (Caller ID) Provides you with the caller’s telephone number and name if you have subscribed to the calling line identification service. You can record the caller’s telephone number (and name if assigned) into the call log by pressing LOG (S2) button.
  • Page 36 Others dialled phone number 384010 isplay while dialling Manual dialling Off-hook or press SP-PHONE and dial – 15 seconds after changes Pressing REDIAL button an outside line access code + a phone automatically – Immediate number. Other quick diallings – 10 seconds after call duration CO 01 12:00’30...
  • Page 37: Selecting The Clip/colp Numbers

    Others • System Programming (Section 3.4) [107] Charge Indication Selection • ISDN Port Programming (Section 3.7) [404] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment • System Programming (See page 48 in this manual) [902] System Additional Information Selecting the CLIP/COLP numbers You can select the CLIP/COLP numbers to be displayed to the other party depending on business or private use.
  • Page 38: Isdn Network Service Access

    Others ISDN Network Service Access Allows you to access a service which is provided by the ISDN network. Any Telephone ISDN port ISDN service Wait for number number 5 seconds. Off-hook. Dial 795. Dial ISDN port number On-hook. (0···9, , #, (1, 2).
  • Page 39: Section 3.1 System Management

    System Management ISDN-T Accessing Other Networks To access other types of network from the ISDN, sending out DTMF may be needed. To send out the dialled number in DTMF, you must insert a PAUSE (“ ”). Any digits following the PAUSE will be sent as DTMF. –...
  • Page 40: Direct Dialling In (ddi)

    System Management ISDN-T Direct Dialling In (DDI) Allows the external caller to connect to an extension in the system directly. Assignable destinations are: operator, extension, or extension group. This requires a DDI number transmitted from the ISDN network. The DDI number is converted to a specific extension number by using a pre-programmed conversion table.
  • Page 41: Forwarding A Doorphone Call

    System Management ISDN-T Forwarding a Doorphone Call You can automatically transfer an incoming doorphone call to a preset outside destination. • Even if you set other Call forwarding feature, this setting is available if pre- programmed by System Programming. • If there is no answer while the call is being forwarded, the forwarding will stop in one minute.
  • Page 42: Section 3. System Programming

    System Programming [205][517][614]–[615] [205] DTMF Sending PAUSE Time Assigns the starting time for sending out the DTMF signalling to the ISDN Network. (1···6) X – X + 0.5 sec. 1.5 seconds (1 + 0.5 sec.) EFAULT seconds HANGE [517] Call Forwarding by ISDN Service Enables or disables the Call Forwarding by ISDN Service function on a Class of Service (COS) basis.
  • Page 43: Lcr Modify Removed Digit

    System Programming [708][709] [708] LCR Modify Removed Digit Determines how the dialled number should be modified before sending to the exchange line. The digits are deleted from the beginning of the dialled number. route no. number of digits to be deleted (1···4) (0···9) •...
  • Page 44: System Additional Information

    System Programming [902] [902] System Additional Information Explanation for Area 3 Field Description Selection Default Change Reference Selects the first information to 0 : Other party’s appear on the display while CLIP no. and receiving an incoming call name (Ext 21). 1 : DDI no.
  • Page 45: Other Added Items

    Other added items Section of O/I Feature Title Item 2.3 Making Quick Dialling Please add the following to the conditions. Calls Dialling Simply by • If there is a PAUSE in the assigned numbers, the numbers Pressing a Button after the PAUSE are sent as DTMF signals. (One-Touch Dialling) 2.3 Making Redialling...
  • Page 46 Other added items Section of O/I Feature Title Item 3.10 LCR [701] LCR Carrier Code Please add the following to the conditions. Programming • To delete the current entry, press # after entering the route number. 3.10 LCR [702] LCR Route Please add the following to the conditions.
  • Page 47: Changed Features

    Changed Features...
  • Page 48: Section 3.1 System Management

    System Management ISDN-T Least Cost Routing (LCR) Least Cost Routing (LCR) is a system programmable feature that automatically selects the least expensive route available at the time a long distance call is made. It is not necessary to dial the access code of the least expensive carrier. The chart below shows the procedure of the LCR feature.
  • Page 49: System Management

    System Management LCR Programming consists of the following items: Common Table (1) LCR Mode (Program [700]) This program is used to turn on or off the LCR mode. If turned on, calls are sent to the least expensive route to be used. (Default=Disable) (2) BTL Access Code Set (Program [705]) This program is used to store the British Telecom Line (BTL) Access Code.
  • Page 50: Section 3. System Programming

    System Management • Emergency dial numbers are not applied to LCR and Toll Restriction. • If you dial the carrier code directly, the numbers you dial after the carrier code will not be affected by either the LCR Modify Removed Digit or LCR Modify Added Number. •...
  • Page 51 System Programming [404][412] The whole programming content has been changed except the programming address. [404] CLIP/COLP Number Assignment Assigns the Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) and Connected Line Identification Presentation (COLP) numbers. You can classify both CLIP and COLP numbers into the business and private modes. ISDN port no.
  • Page 52: Other Changed Items

    Other changed items Please change the word, Toll Restriction into Call Barring on the following pages. Section of O/I Feature Title P8-9, Contents 2.3 Making Calls (P2-12, 14) Outside Calling (P2-16) Quick Dialling 2.6 Others (P2-53...54) Calling with Account Codes (Account Code Entry) (P2-67...68) Switching the Day/Night Calling Mode (Night Service) 3.1 System Management...
  • Page 53 Other changed items Section of O/I Feature Title Item 2.2 Initial Settings Customising the Please change the PROGRAMMING INPUT for the Buttons on Your FUNCTION “Log-in/Log-out” from “8” into “80”. Telephone 2.3 Making Calls Quick Dialling Please replace as follows in the conditions; Dialling with a Station •..Enter “...
  • Page 54 Other changed items Section of O/I Feature Title Item 2.6 Others Charge Fee Please change the PROGRAMMING INPUT for both Reference SLT and PT. Sets the new rate (0. XX Pound) new rate (XX) (2 digits) Sets the new rate (XXXXXXXX Pound) ISDN port no.
  • Page 55 Other changed items Section of O/I Feature Title Item 3.1 System [001] System Speed Please change the condition as follows. Programming Dialling • Up to twenty-four digits, consisting of “0 through 9” Number Set and “ ,” can be stored. Enter “...
  • Page 56: Programming Tables

    3.14 Programming Tables [404] CLIP/COLP Number Assignment Not Stored Default : all CLIP no. (Business) CLIP no. (Private) Port 1 Port 2 Port 1 Port 2 Ext. 21 300 or 30 [404] CLIP/COLP Number Assignment Not Stored Default : all COLP no.
  • Page 57 3.14 Programming Tables [412] ISDN DDI Number/Extension Number Transformation Not Stored Default : all DDI no. (Port 1) DDI no. (Port 2) Ext. 291 300 or 30 [412] ISDN DDI Number/Extension Number Transformation Not Stored Default : all DDI no. (Port 1) DDI no.
  • Page 58 3.14 Programming Tables [408] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day for [409] Extension Ringing Assignment – Night ISDN for ISDN Extension All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 Loc No. Def.
  • Page 59 3.14 Programming Tables [408] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day for [409] Extension Ringing Assignment – Night ISDN for ISDN Extension All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 Loc No. Def.
  • Page 60 3.14 Programming Tables [408] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day for [409] Extension Ringing Assignment – Night ISDN for ISDN Extension All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 Loc No. Def.
  • Page 61 3.14 Programming Tables [408] Extension Ringing Assignment [409] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day for ISDN – Night for ISDN Extension All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 All ISDN ports ISDN port 1 ISDN port 2 Loc No. Def.
  • Page 62 3.14 Programming Tables [702] LCR Route Selection Code Area Code (7 digits max.) Area No. Default : All – Not Stored Route 1 Route 2 Route 3 Route 4...
  • Page 63 3.14 Programming Tables [702] LCR Route Selection Code Area Code (7 digits max.) Area No. Default : All – Not Stored Route 1 Route 2 Route 3 Route 4...
  • Page 64 3.14 Programming Tables [706] LCR Route Exceptional Code Area Code (7 digits max.) Area No. Default : All – Not Stored Route 1 Route 2 Route 3 Route 4...
  • Page 65 3.14 Programming Tables [706] LCR Route Exceptional Code Area Code (7 digits max.) Area No. Default : All – Not Stored Route 1 Route 2 Route 3 Route 4...
  • Page 68 Printed in Japan PSQW1270XA K0698KM2049...

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