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Digital Super Hybrid System
MODEL
KX-TD816E / KX-TD1232E
Please read this manual before connecting
the Digital Super Hybrid System.
KX-TD1232
KX-TD816

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  • Page 1 Digital Super Hybrid System Please read this manual before connecting the Digital Super Hybrid System. MODEL KX-TD816E / KX-TD1232E KX-TD1232 KX-TD816...
  • Page 2: System Components

    Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Model KX-TD816E/KX-TD1232E, Digital Super Hybrid System. System Components Model Description KX-TD816E Digital Super Hybrid System (Main Unit) Service Unit KX-TD1232E Digital Super Hybrid System (Main Unit) KX-T7420E Digital proprietary telephone Telephone KX-T7425E Digital proprietary telephone...
  • Page 3: Important Information

    If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer. IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
  • Page 4 Important Information This equipment should be used on PSTN lines requiring 2-wire Loop calling unguarded clearing with Loop Disconnect or DTMF address signalling. The equipment must be connected to direct extension lines and a payphone should not be connected as an extension. Operation in Power Failure In the event of a power failure, three single line telephones connected to Power Failure Transfer jacks will be directly connected to the following CO lines:...
  • Page 5 Attention • The apparatus is designed to be installed and operated under controlled conditions of ambient temperature and a relative humidity not greater than 60%. • Avoid installing the apparatus in damp or humid environments, such as bathrooms or swimming pools. •...
  • Page 6 Attention The serial number of this product may be found on the label affixed to the bottom of the unit. You should note 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.
  • Page 7 Introduction This Installation Manual provides technical information for the Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid System, KX-TD816/KX-TD1232. 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.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Installation Manual Contents Section 1 System Outline System Highlights ................1-2 Basic System Construction .............. 1-4 Proprietary Telephones ..............1-5 Options....................1-6 Specifications..................1-10 1.5.1 General Description ..............1-10 1.5.2 Characteristics ................1-11 1.5.3 System Capacity................ 1-12 1.5.4 Ports ..................1-13 Section 2 Installation Before Installation ................
  • Page 9 Installation Manual Contents * 2.4.9 System Connection ..............2-48 2.4.10 Battery Adaptor Connection............ 2-50 Auxiliary Connection for Power Failure Transfer......2-52 Starting the System for the First Time ........... 2-54 System Restart .................. 2-56 System Data Clear ................2-57 Section 3 Features Absent Message Capability ..............
  • Page 10 Installation Manual Contents Call Hold Retrieve – CO Line ............3-26 Call Hold Retrieve – Intercom............3-27.0 Calling / Connected Line Identification Presentation (CLIP / COLP) ................3-27.1 Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) ........3-27.2 Call Park ..................... 3-28 Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection........3-28 Call Pickup, CO Line .................
  • Page 11 Installation Manual Contents Display Contrast Adjustment.............. 3-53 Do Not Disturb (DND) ............... 3-54 Do Not Disturb for Direct Dialling In Call......... 3-55 Do Not Disturb (DND) Override............3-55 Door Opener ..................3-56 Doorphone Call................... 3-57.0 Doorphone Call Forwarding to ISDN ..........3-57.1 DSS Console..................
  • Page 12 Installation Manual Contents Limited Call Duration................. 3-90 Line Access, Automatic..............3-90 Line Access, CO Line Group ............. 3-91 Line Access, Direct................3-92 Line Access, Individual ..............3-93 Line Preference – Incoming (No Line / Prime Line / Ringing Line) ... 3-94 Line Preference –...
  • Page 13 Installation Manual Contents Recall ....................3-117 Redial, Automatic ................3-118 Redial, Last Number ................3-118 Redial, Saved Number ............... 3-119 Remote Station Lock Control ............. 3-120 Reverse Circuit ................... 3-120 Ringing, Delayed ................3-121 Ringing, Discriminating ..............3-121 Ring Group ..................3-122 Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons..........
  • Page 14 Installation Manual Contents Toll Restriction ................... 3-142 Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry ......3-146 Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialling......3-147 Trunk (CO Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) ...... 3-148 Two-Way Recording into the Voice Mail ........... 3-149 Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) ............
  • Page 15 Installation Manual Contents System Programming ............... 4-36 [100] Flexible Numbering ..............4-36 [101] Day / Night Service Switching Mode ........4-39 [102] Day / Night Service Starting Time..........4-40 [103] Automatic Access CO Line Group Assignment ....... 4-42.0 [104] Quick Dial Assignment ............. 4-42.1 [105] Account Codes ................
  • Page 16 Installation Manual Contents Timer Programming................. 4-70 [200] Hold Recall Time ..............4-70 [201] Transfer Recall Time..............4-71 [202] Call Forwarding – No Answer Time......... 4-72 [203] Intercept Time ................4-73 [204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time............4-74 [205] Extension-to-CO Line Call Duration Time....... 4-75 [207] First Digit Time.................
  • Page 17 Installation Manual Contents [426] ISDN TEI Mode................ 4-111 [427] ISDN Extension Multiple Subscriber Number ......4-112 [428] ISDN Extension Progress Tone..........4-113.0 [437] Multiple Subscriber Number Set..........4-113.1 [438]–[439] Extension Ringing Assignment — Day / Night for ISDN MSN ..........4-113.2 COS Programming ................
  • Page 18 Installation Manual Contents [620]–[621] Extension Intercept Routing — Day / Night....4-142.3 [622] Incoming Call Display .............. 4-142.4 [623] CLIP / COLP Number Assignment .......... 4-142.5 [624] CLIP / COLP Number for ISDN Extension Assignment..4-142.6 [625]–[626] Doorphone Call Forwarding — Day / Night....4-142.7 LCR Programming................
  • Page 19 Installation Manual Contents Section 7 PRI Section Overview.................... 7-2 Installation..................7-3 7.2.1 Location of the Optional Units..........7-3 7.2.2 Installing the Unit (KX-TD290)..........7-5 PRI System Programming ............... 7-7 [450] PRI Configuration ..............7-7 [451] PRI Reference CO..............7-9 Section 8 DECT Portable Station Section Overview....................
  • Page 20 Installation Manual Contents [668] PS Data Line Security ............... 8-59 [670] ISDN DDI Number / PS Extension Number Transformation ........8-60 [671] PS Extension Number Set ............8-61 [672] PS Password Set ................ 8-63 [673] PS CLIP / COLP Number Assignment ........8-64 [674]–[675] PS Extension Intercept Routing —...
  • Page 21: System Outline

    Section 1 System Outline This section provides general information on the system, including system capacity and specifications.
  • Page 22: System Highlights

    System Highlights System Capacity Basic Module System System Expansion Connection KX-TD816 CO line (ISDN S0 line) 8 (4) — Extension — KX-TD1232 CO line (ISDN S0 line) 12 (6) 24 (12) Extension Module Expansion Expansion modules are used to increase the system capacity. CO line modules and extension modules can be added to the basic system to add CO lines, ISDN S0 lines and extensions.
  • Page 23: Voice Mail Integration

    System Highlights Programming System The system can be programmed from a proprietary telephone or from a personal computer. Voice Mail Integration The system supports Voice Processing Systems with in-band DTMF signalling as well as DPT integration. Least Cost Routing (LCR) Automatically selects the pre-programmed least expensive route for outgoing toll calls.
  • Page 24: Basic System Construction

    The KX-TD816 Digital Super Hybrid System has a basic capacity of 8 extensions, and KX-TD1232 has 16 extensions. It is capable of supporting Panasonic digital and analogue proprietary telephones, DSS Consoles and single line devices such as single line telephones, facsimiles.
  • Page 25: Proprietary Telephones

    Proprietary Telephones The following Panasonic proprietary telephones are available with this system. Proprietary Description Telephone KX-T7420 Digital, speakerphone, 12 Flexible CO KX-T7425 Digital, speakerphone, 24 Flexible CO KX-T7431 Digital, 1-line display, speakerphone, 12 Flexible CO KX-T7433 Digital, 3-line display, speakerphone,...
  • Page 26: Options

    Options 8-Station Line Unit (KX-TD170) Each unit adds eight extensions. One expansion unit for KX- TD816, and up to two expansion units for KX-TD1232 can be installed per system. D816 D816 DIGITAL SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM 8 or 16 extensions 8 extensions can can be added.
  • Page 27 Options 8-CO Line Card (KX-TD181)* 4-ISDN S0 Line Card (KX-TD281)* One of the following cards can be installed for KX-TD1232. KX-TD181 : Adds eight CO lines. KX-TD281 : Adds four ISDN S0 lines. 8 CO lines / 4 ISDN S0 lines can be added. 4-CO Line Card (KX-TD182)* 2-ISDN S0 Line Card (KX-TD282)* One of the following cards can be installed for KX-TD816.
  • Page 28 Options Remote Card (KX-TD196)* The Remote Card allows programming and maintenance of the system from a remote location. Central Office Telephone Line Personal Computer with modem Battery Adaptor (KX-A46) Supports the connection of two car batteries (12 VDC 2) for power backup in case of a power failure.
  • Page 29 Options DSS Console (KX-T7440 / KX-T7441 / KX-T7240 / KX-T7040) Permits easy and quick access to stations and features. The Busy Lamp Field shows the idle or busy state of each station. DSS Consoles are designed for use with a proprietary telephone. The system supports up to four DSS Consoles per system.
  • Page 30: Specifications

    Specifications 1.5.1 General Description System Capacity KX-TD816 CO lines (ISDN S0 lines) 8 max. (4 max.) Extensions 16 max. (32 max. with XDP) KX-TD1232 CO lines (ISDN S0 lines) 12 max. (6 max.) Extensions 32 max. (64 max. with XDP) Control Method Stored Program CPU: 16 bits CPU Switching...
  • Page 31: Characteristics

    Specifications Extension Connection Cable Single line telephones 1 pair wire (A, B) KX-T7420, KX-T7425, KX-T7431, KX-T7433, 1 pair wire (L, H) or KX-T7436, KX-T7220, KX-T7230, KX-T7235, 2 pair wire (A, B, L, H) KX-T7250 KX-T7130 , KX-T7020, KX-T7050 2 pair wire (A, B, L, H) 1 pair wire (L, H) KX-T7440, KX-T7441, KX-T7240, KX-T7040 SMDR (Station Message Detail Recording...
  • Page 32: System Capacity

    Specifications Ability To Recognize Further Digits The KX-TD816 / KX-TD1232 PBX is capable of accepting and acting upon routing information received from a proprietary telephone for 10 seconds, after the latest routing information has been received. (Satisfies BS6450:Part 1 1993 Clause 13.5.) 1.5.3 System Capacity Lines, Cards, Units, Station Equipment KX-TD1232...
  • Page 33: Ports

    Specifications System Data Item Max. Quantity Operator System Speed Dialling One-Touch Dialling per station (proprietary telephone) Station Speed Dialling per station Call Park Absent Message CO Line Group Toll Restriction Level Extension Group Class of Service Message Waiting 1.5.4 Ports Port type classification PORT TYPE BRIEF DESCRIPTION...
  • Page 34 Specifications Port types between which call paths can be established PSTN PAGING EXT. MUSIC DOOR- Battery DOOR ISDN 2 FROM PHONE OPENER EXTN PSTN PAGING EXT. MUSIC DOORPHONE Battery DOOR OPENER ISDN 2 A: Allowed X: Not allowed N/A: Not applicable Maximum associated cable loss for EXT port ITS: Max cable loss 0.34 dB (240 m max for ø...
  • Page 35 Section 2 Installation This section contains the basic system installation and wiring instructions, as well as how to install the optional cards and units.
  • Page 36: Before Installation

    Before Installation Please read the following notes concerning installation and connection before installing the system. 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.
  • Page 37 Before Installation the wires where they may be 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.
  • Page 38: Installation Of The Main Unit

    Installation of the Main Unit 2.2.1 Unpacking When you unpack the main unit, the following components should be included: KX-TD816 KX-TD1232 Main Unit AC Cord Templet three four Screw Pager Connector Music Source Connector Expansion line cord holder eight sixteen 6-pin plugs for extension connection 4-pin plugs for doorphone or door opener connection...
  • Page 39 Installation of the Main Unit Inside View of the Main Unit KX-TD816 Extension Connectors Paging Jack 2 Paging Jack 1 External Music Jack 2 External Music Jack 1 System Clear Switch 4CO/ISDN Reset Button Door Opener and Doorphone Connectors Front Cover KX-TD1232 Door Opener and Doorphone Connectors...
  • Page 40: Wall Mounting

    2.2.3 Wall Mounting This set is made exclusively for wall mounting. The wall must be able to support the weight of the main unit. If screws other than the ones supplied are used, they must have the same diameter as the ones enclosed.
  • Page 41: Frame Earth Connection

    Installation of the Main Unit 2.2.4 Frame Earth Connection IMPORTANT!!! You must connect the frame of the main unit to Earth. To Earth To ground To Earth To Earth 2.2.5 Opening Front Cover Two screws are attached to the front cover by springs so that they will not be lost.
  • Page 42: Connection

    Connection 2.3.1 System Connection Diagram Printer for SMDR or Personal Computer for System Programming Two car batteries, connected in series Battery Adaptor • Consisting of two 12 VDC KX-A46 The socket outlet shall be placed close to the To AC Outlet equipment and shall be easily accessible.
  • Page 43 2.3.1 System Connection Diagram (CO Lightning Protectors) KX-TD816 : 8 CO Lines CO’s 1 through 8 (additional) KX-TD1232: 12 CO Lines CO’s 1 through 12 (additional) KX-TD816 : 16 Extensions (8 extensions – initial, 8 extensions – additional) KX-TD1232: 32 Extensions (16 extensions – initial, 16 extensions – additional) (two pair) It is recommended that (two...
  • Page 44 2.3.2 Extension Connection for Proprietary Telephones, Single Line Telephones and DSS Consoles (KX-TD816: Jack 1 through Jack 8, KX-TD1232: Jack 1 through Jack 16) Wire Specifications In making an extension line connection, use twisted pair cable for installation. The wire specifications for extensions are as follows: Wire Solid wire Diameter of conductor...
  • Page 45 2.3.2 Extension Connection for Proprietary Telephones, Single Line Telephones and DSS Consoles (KX-TD816: Jack 1 through Jack 8, KX-TD1232: Jack 1 through Jack 16) KX-TD1232 REMOTE Jack 4 SYSTEM INTER CONNECTION Jack 3 Jack 2 8CO/ISDN Jack 1 Jacks 1 through 16 are located from bottom to top.
  • Page 46 2.3.2 Extension Connection for Proprietary Telephones, Single Line Telephones and DSS Consoles (KX-TD816: Jack 1 through Jack 8, KX-TD1232: Jack 1 through Jack 16) Maximum distance of extension line cord The maximum length of the extension line cord, twisted cable, that connects the main unit and the extension is as follows: 240 m for ø...
  • Page 47 2.3.2 Extension Connection for Proprietary Telephones, Single Line Telephones and DSS Consoles (KX-TD816: Jack 1 through Jack 8, KX-TD1232: Jack 1 through Jack 16) Digital Proprietary Telephone Connection With the KX-T7420, KX-T7425, KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX- T7436, KX-T7220, KX-T7230, KX-T7235, and KX-T7250 model digital proprietary telephones, 4-conductor wiring is required for each extension.
  • Page 48 2.3.2 Extension Connection for Proprietary Telephones, Single Line Telephones and DSS Consoles (KX-TD816: Jack 1 through Jack 8, KX-TD1232: Jack 1 through Jack 16) 2. Digital Proprietary Telephone Connection and SLT Connection 6-pin plug Master socket Terminal wire Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [007] DSS Console Port and Paired Telephone Assignment Feature References...
  • Page 49 2.3.3 Parallelled Telephone Connection for a Proprietary Telephone and a Single Line Telephone A single line telephone can be connected in parallel with any proprietary telephone as follows: Method 1 2-conductor wiring cord Connect pins “A” and “B.” 4-conductor wiring cord For DPT: Connect pins “L”...
  • Page 50 2.3.3 Parallelled Telephone Connection for a Proprietary Telephone and a Single Line Telephone Method 2: for Digital Proprietary Telephone only 4-conductor wiring cord 2-conductor wiring cord Connect pins “A,” “B,” “L” and “H.” Connect pins “A” and “B.” Master socket <Back of the KX-T7400 Series DPTs>...
  • Page 51: Extra Device Port (xdp) Connection

    2.3.4 EXtra Device Port (XDP) Connection for a Digital Proprietary Telephone and a Single Line Telephone With the eXtra Device Port (XDP) connection, a digital proprietary telephone and a single line telephone can be connected to the same extension jack and have different extension numbers. System programming is required.
  • Page 52: External Pager Connection

    2.3.5 External Pager Connection A maximum of two user-supplied external pagers can be connected per system. You can program the external pager that will send background music and determine whether both pagers will generate a confirmation tone. Use an RCA connector and shielded cable. To adjust the sound level of the pagers, use the volume control on the amplifiers.
  • Page 53 2.3.5 External Pager Connection KX-TD1232 REMOTE SYSTEM INTER CONNECTION Paging Jack 2 Paging Jack 1 8CO/ISDN Speaker Amplifier Paging Equipment 2 Speaker Amplifier Paging Equipment 1 Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [804] External Pager BGM [805] External Pager Confirmation Tone Feature References Section 3, Features, Background Music (BGM) –...
  • Page 54: External Music Source Connection

    2.3.6 External Music Source Connection A maximum of two music sources can be connected per system. Use a two-conductor plug (3.5 mm in diameter). Insert the plug to the earphone / headphone jack on the external music source. System programming is required for the Music on Hold and Background Music features.
  • Page 55 2.3.6 External Music Source Connection KX-TD1232 REMOTE External Music Jack 2 SYSTEM INTER CONNECTION External Music Jack 1 8CO/ISDN External Music Source 2 External Music Source 1 Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [803] Music Source Use [990] System Additional Information, Field (20) Feature References Section 3, Features, Background Music (BGM)
  • Page 56: Printer Connection

    2.3.7 Printer Connection A user-supplied printer can be connected to the EIA (RS-232C) connector (25-pin) on the main unit. The printer is used to print out SMDR call records and system programming data. Connect the EIA (RS-232C) printer connector to the EIA connector.
  • Page 57 2.3.7 Printer Connection Printer / Personal Computer (25-pin) Connection Chart EIA (RS-232C) port on EIA (RS-232C) port on the printer/PC the main unit Circuit Circuit Signal Signal Type Type Name Name (EIA) (EIA) SD (TXD) RD (RXD) RD (RXD) SD (TXD) CS (CTS) DR (DSR) ER (DTR)
  • Page 58 2.3.7 Printer Connection EIA (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.
  • Page 59: Optional Cards And Units Installation

    Optional Cards and Units Installation 2.4.1 Location of Optional Cards and Units The location of the optional cards and units 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 and units.
  • Page 60 2.4.1 Location of Optional Cards and Units KX-TD1232 Either 4-CO Line Unit (KX-TD180) or 2-ISDN S0 Line Unit (KX- TD280) and a maximum of two 8-Station Line Units (KX-TD170) can be installed in any expansion area. Expansion 8-Station Line area 3 Units, KX- 8EXT DIGITAL SUPER HYBRID SYSTEM...
  • Page 61 2.4.1 Location of Optional Cards and Units 4-CO Line Card / 2-ISDN S0 Line Card for KX-TD816 Install 4-CO Line Card (KX-TD182). 4CO/ISDN CO Line Adds four CO lines. Expansion Card Connector Install 2-ISDN S0 Line Card (KX-TD282). Adds two ISDN S0 lines. Front Cover is open.
  • Page 62 2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) Card Installation for KX-TD816 To connect CO 1 through CO 4, install the optional 4-CO Line Card (KX-TD182). To connect two ISDN S0 lines (CO 1 through CO 4), install the optional 2-ISDN S0 Line Card (KX-TD282). 1.
  • Page 63 2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) Card Installation for KX-TD1232 To connect CO 1 through CO 8, install the optional 8-CO Line Card (KX-TD181). To connect four ISDN S0 lines (CO 1 through CO 8), install the optional 4-ISDN S0 Line Card (KX-TD281). 1.
  • Page 64: Co Line Connection (optional Card)

    2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) 8-CO Line Connection with KX-TD181 / 4-CO Line Connection with KX-TD182 Use 4-pin plugs (included) to connect CO lines. There are two plugs to connect four CO lines for KX-TD816, and four plugs to connect eight CO lines for KX-TD1232.
  • Page 65 2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) KX-TD182 Jacks for Power Failure Transfer † CO 3, CO 4 CO 1, CO 2 View of Connector CO 2 CO 1 To Terminal Board or Modular Jacks from the Central Office. For details, refer to Section 2.5 “Auxiliary Connection for †...
  • Page 66 2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) 4-ISDN S0 Line Connection with KX-TD281 / 2-ISDN S0 Line Connection with KX-TD282 Use 4-pin plugs (included) to connect ISDN S0 lines. There are two plugs to connect two ISDN S0 lines for KX-TD816, and four plugs to connect four ISDN S0 lines for KX-TD1232.
  • Page 67 2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) 2. Insert the plug into an ISDN port on the card. KX-TD281 KX-TD282 Port No. 4 Port No. 2 Port No. 3 Port No. 1 Port No. 2 Port No. 1 To Terminal Board or Modular To Terminal Board or Modular Jacks from the Central Office.
  • Page 68 2.4.2 CO Line Connection (Optional Card) Maximum cabling distance of S0 bus connection The maximum length of the extension line cord that connects the main unit and the ISDN terminal equipment (TE) is shown below: Under 1000 m Point-to-Point Point-to-Multipoint TE 1 TE 8 Under 150 m...
  • Page 69: Lightning Protector Installation

    2.4.3 Lightning Protector Installation A lightning protector is a device to be installed on a CO 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.
  • Page 70 2.4.3 Lightning Protector Installation 2.4.3 Lightning Protector Installation Outside Installation Diagram If you install an extension outside of the main building, the following precautions are recommended: (1) Install the extension wire underground. (2) Use a conduit to protect the wire. (Main Building) Protectors (Another Building)
  • Page 71 2.4.3 Lightning Protector Installation Earth Rod Installation Diagram The length of earth rod and the required depth depend on the composition of the soil. Consider the following recommendations: Lightning Protector Earth Wire Main Unit (Underground) Earth Rod 1) Installation location of the earth rod .....Near the protector 2) Check obstructions........None 3) Composition of the earth rod ......Metal 4) Depth of the earth rod ........More than 50 cm...
  • Page 72: Co Line Connection (optional Unit)

    Optional Cards and Units Installation 2.4.4 CO Line Connection (Optional Unit) To add four CO lines (KX-TD816: CO 5 through CO 8, KX- TD1232: CO 9 through CO 12), use the optional 4-CO Line Unit (KX-TD180). To add two ISDN S0 lines, use the optional 2-ISDN S0 Line Unit (KX-TD280).
  • Page 73: Installing Expansion Unit

    2.4.6 Installing Expansion Unit (KX-TD170 / KX-TD180 / KX-TD280) The following procedures can be used to install either 8-Station Line Unit (KX-TD170), 4-CO Line Unit (KX-TD180) or 2-ISDN S0 Line Unit (KX-TD280). There are two expansion areas for KX- TD816 and three expansion areas for KX-TD1232. System programming is required for unit location identification.
  • Page 74 2.4.6 Installing Expansion Unit (KX-TD170 / KX-TD180 / KX-TD280) 5. Secure the inside screw (included in the card) to fix the cabinet to the main unit. Note Be sure to fix the inside screw to the main unit, or the unit may not work properly.
  • Page 75 2.4.6 Installing Expansion Unit (KX-TD170 / KX-TD180 / KX-TD280) 7. (Continued) 11. Fix the cords to the wall at the shown position so that the front cover can be KX-TD280 opened. ISDN Port No.3 or 5 ISDN Port No.4 or 6 To Terminal Board or Modular Jacks from the Central Office Notes •...
  • Page 76: Remote Card Installation

    2.4.7 Remote Card Installation* 1. Insert the upper end of the Remote Card into the two hooks on the main unit. 2. Press the two corners at the lower end of the Remote Card. 3. Connect the cord to the Remote Card connector. KX-TD196 REMOTE Remote Card...
  • Page 77: Doorphone And Door Opener Connection

    2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection A maximum of two doorphones (KX-T30865) and two door openers is permitted. Doorphone Installation 1. Loosen the screw to separate the doorphone into halves. screw 2. Attach the base cover to the wall with two screws. Note Two kinds of screws are included;...
  • Page 78 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection Connection Connection Use 4-pin plugs (included) to connect doorphone or door opener. A plug is able to connect up to two doorphones or door openers. 4- conductor wiring is required. 1.
  • Page 79 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection KX-TD1232 DOORPHONE REMOTE Doorphone 2 SYSTEM INTER Doorphone 1 CONNECTION 8CO/ISDN 4-conductor wiring Doorphone 1 Doorphone 2 (KX-T30865) (KX-T30865) Door Opener KX-TD816 Door opener 2 DOOROPENER Door opener 1 4CO/ISDN 4-conductor wiring To door opener 2 is required.
  • Page 80 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection KX-TD1232 DOOROPENER Door opener 2 REMOTE Door opener 1 SYSTEM INTER CONNECTION 8CO/ISDN 4-conductor wiring is required. To door opener 2 To door opener 1 Notes • For wiring, it is recommended to use UL 1015 twisted wire or the equivalent.
  • Page 81 2.4.8 Doorphone and Door Opener Connection Maximum distance of doorphone and door opener line The maximum length of the doorphone and door opener line that connects to the main unit is as follows: 120 m for ø 0.5 mm Doorphone KX-T30865 120 m for ø...
  • Page 82: System Connection

    2.4.9 System Connection* To connect two main units, use the optional System Inter Connection Cards (two) and the Connection Cable (included in the cards). 1. Insert the upper end of the System Inter Connection Card into the two hooks on the main unit of the Master System.
  • Page 83 2.4.9 System Connection* 8. Open the ROM Cover in the Slave System and set the Master/Slave switch on the CPU card to “Slave.” REMOTE 8CO/ISDN 9. Turn the power on. Notes • System Connection is completed about one minute later after the power is turned on.
  • Page 84: Battery Adaptor Connection

    2.4.10 Battery Adaptor Connection User-supplied car batteries can be used as a backup power supply in the event of a power failure. In case of power failure, the batteries automatically maintain the power to the main unit instantly. The optional Battery Adaptor, model KX-A46, is required. The Battery Adaptor should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
  • Page 85 2.4.10 Battery Adaptor Connection Wall Mounting 1. Drive the accessory four small screws on Metal Plates the bottom of the unit. 2. Place the metal plates so that the screw Front heads insert into the slots as shown. Screws 3. Slide the metal plates in the directions of (big) the arrows, and drive the screws.
  • Page 86: Auxiliary Connection For Power Failure Transfer

    Auxiliary Connection for Power Failure Transfer Power Failure Transfer connects a specific single line telephone to selected CO line in the event of system power failure. Single line telephones connected to the Power Failure Transfer jacks are connected directly to following CO lines; KX-TD816 : CO 1, CO 2, CO 5 KX-TD1232 : Master System –...
  • Page 87: Auxiliary Connection For Power Failure Transfer

    Auxiliary Connection for Power Failure Transfer KX-TD182 View of Connector To a single line telephone Notes • In the event of a power failure, system memory is protected by the factory-provided lithium battery. There is no memory loss except for the saved values of the Camp-on, Saved Number Redial, Last Number Redial, Call Park and Message Waiting features.
  • Page 88: Starting The System For The First Time

    Starting the System for the First Time 1. Set the power switch to “OFF.” 2. Set the system clear switch to “CLEAR.” 3. Plug the AC power cord into the system and an AC outlet. 4. Turn the power switch on. 5.
  • Page 89 Starting the System for the First Time KX-TD1232 System Clear SYSTEM Switch CLEAR CLEAR NORMAL RESET Reset Button To AC Outlet Power Indicator Notes • After pressing the Reset button, slide the system clear switch to “NORMAL” at step 6 while the power indicator is flashing (approximately within 10 seconds).
  • Page 90: System Restart

    System Restart If after checking the system features you determine that the system is not operating properly, restart the system. Keep in mind that the following features are cleared when you restart the system: • Camp-on • Call Park The following features are cancelled when you restart the system: •...
  • Page 91: System Data Clear

    System Data Clear After storing or changing the system programming data, you can clear the programming data stored in the system. The system will restart with the default settings. 1. Slide the system clear switch to “CLEAR.” 2. Press the Reset button with a pointed tool. 3.
  • Page 93 Section 3 Features This section describes every basic, optional, and programmable features in alphabetical order. It also provides information about the conditions, connection references, programming required, related features, and operation for every feature.
  • Page 94 Featur es bsent Message Capability Description Once set this option 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.
  • Page 95: Account Code Entry

    Features In Verified-All Calls mode, the user must always enter a pre- assigned account code when making any of the following calls unless it has previously been stored in memory: • Call Forwarding – to CO Line • Last Number Redial •...
  • Page 96: Alert Indication

    Features Station Programming............User Manual, Charge Fee Reference Flexible Button Assignment – Account Button Feature References Section 3, Features, Charge Fee Reference Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Account Code Entry lert Indication Description If the following situations occur, the pre-warning indication is...
  • Page 97 Features lternate 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 tone or voice calling by station programming.
  • Page 98 VPS. <Example> Correct Way Incorrect Way DSHS DSHS 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-TVP100).
  • Page 99 Features Programming References No programming required. Feature References None Operation References Not applicable. utomatic Overflow and Hurry-Up Transfer Description When Operator 1 is busy and the outside call reaches the Operator 1 directly, the incoming call can be waited until the waiting queue is over assigned number.
  • Page 100 Features utomatic 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.
  • Page 101: User Manual

    Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Music on Hold Operation References DPT Features, —User Manual Background Music (BGM) ackground Music (BGM) – External Description Background music (BGM) can be broadcasted in your office through external pagers. The BGM can be turned on and off by the operator only.
  • Page 102 Features udget Management Description Limit the telephone usage to a pre-assigned amount. For example, the limit may be the amount deposited during a hotel at check-in. If the pre-assign limit is reached, the extension user cannot make further calls until he/she receives authorization from the operator. Conditions None Programming References...
  • Page 103 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Button, Direct Station DSS Console Selection (DSS) Operation References Not applicable. usy Station Signalling (BSS) Description When attempting to call a busy extension, Busy Station Signalling 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.
  • Page 104 Features utton, 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. •...
  • Page 105 [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment Station Programming............User Manual, Flexible Button Assignment †: Features 3-13 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-TVP100).
  • Page 106 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Buttons on Proprietary Telephones DSS Console Operation References Not applicable. utton, Group-CO (G-CO) Description To support efficient utilization of CO lines, a group of CO lines (CO line group) can be assigned to a CO button. The function is referred to as Group-CO (G-CO).
  • Page 107 Features LED Indication, CO Line Ringing Tone Selection for CO Line Access, CO Line Group Buttons Operation References Basic Operation, —User Manual Making Calls Receiving Calls DPT Features, Answering, Direct CO Line Outward Dialling – Line Access, CO Line Group utton, Loop-CO (L-CO) Description All CO lines can be assigned to a flexible CO button on a...
  • Page 108 Features Line Access, Automatic Ringing Tone Selection for CO Buttons Operation References Basic Operation, —User Manual Making Calls Receiving Calls DPT Features, Outward Dialling – Line Access, Automatic utton, Single-CO (S-CO) Description A Single-CO (S-CO) button is a CO line access button. This allows the proprietary telephone user to access a specific line by pressing an S-CO button.
  • Page 109 Features Operation References Basic Operation, —User Manual Making Calls Receiving Calls DPT Features, Outward Dialling – Line Access, Individual uttons on Proprietary Telephones Description Proprietary telephones are provided with the feature / line access buttons listed below: KX-T Proprietary Telephones: Buttons 7020 7050...
  • Page 110 Features 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 Dialling 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.
  • Page 111 Features 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 handsfree operation. Pressing the button causes the telephone to switch between handset and handsfree operation.
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  • Page 113 Features ALL 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 –...
  • Page 114 Features Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Call Forwarding — All Calls all 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 –...
  • Page 115 Features all Forwarding – Busy / No Answer Description Your calls are forwarded to another extension if your extension is busy or you do not answer the call in a pre-determined time. Conditions • Types of calls which are forwarded by this function are: Outside calls –...
  • Page 116 Features 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 –...
  • Page 117 Features Feature References None Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Call Forwarding — No Answer all Forwarding – to CO Line Description Calls directed to your extension will be sent to an external destination. The outside telephone number must be pre- programmed.
  • Page 118 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Limited Call Duration Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Call Forwarding — to CO Line all Forwarding – by ISDN Line Description The call forwarding service provided by ISDN can be assigned on a multiple subscriber number (MSN) basis.
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  • Page 120 Features all Hold – CO Line Description Allows the extension user to put an outside call on hold. The held call can be retrieved from the user who held it or from any other extension. Conditions • With a single line telephone, the user can hold only one call whether it is an extension or outside call.
  • Page 121 Features • If a call on hold is not retrieved in a specific period of time, Hold Recall results. • 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 Section 3, Features,...
  • Page 122 Features all Hold, Exclusive – Intercom Description Allows the proprietary telephone user to prevent any other extension users from retrieving a held intercom call. Only the user who held it can retrieve the call. Conditions • Only one intercom call can be placed on Call Hold or Exclusive Call Hold at a time.
  • Page 123 Features all 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 –...
  • Page 124 Features alling / Connected Line Identification Presentation (CLIP / COLP) Description Allows the extension user to display the calling party’s number on the LCD of the called party’s telephone when making a call (CLIP), or allows the extension user to display the called party’s number on the LCD of the calling party’s telephone when answering a call (COLP).
  • Page 125 Features alling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) Description Allows the extension user to restrict the presentation of the calling party’s number to the called party when making a call. This feature is one of the ISDN services. Conditions If the presentation is enabled, the called party can check the calling party’s number before the called party is answered it (Calling Line Identification Presentation, CLIP –...
  • Page 126 Features all 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 from any other extension user. Conditions •...
  • Page 127 Features 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, and a CO line connected will continue to be seized.
  • Page 128 Features all Pickup, Directed Description Allows any 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. • Confirmation tone is sent to the user when the call is picked up. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
  • Page 129 Features all Pickup Deny Description Allows the user to prohibit 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.
  • Page 130 Features ALL 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.
  • Page 131 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [990] System Additional Information, Field (1) Feature References None Operation Reference DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Call Transfer — to Extension all Transfer, Unscreened – to Extension Description Allows the user to transfer an intercom or outside call to directly transfer to an extension party.
  • Page 132 Features all Waiting Description While in 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 enabled or disabled by dialling the appropriate feature number.
  • Page 133 Features harge Fee Reference Description Allows pre-assigned display telephone users to see charges and print out the charges. Charges are displayed per extension, CO line, Account Code, or the total of each can be referred to. There are two display formats – Pulse or Pound. Conditions •...
  • Page 134 Features lass of Service (COS) Description COS is used to define the features which are allowed for a group of extensions. Each extension is assigned a primary and a secondary COS numbers. Eight Classes of Service are available. Conditions • The operator can switch the extension’s COS between a primary and a secondary.
  • Page 135 Features [518] CFU / CFB / CFNR Assignment [519] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) [601] Class of Service [613] ISDN Class of Service [991] COS Additional Information Feature References None Operation References Operator Service Features, —User Manual Class of Service (COS) Switch O Incoming Call Information Display Description Provides the display proprietary telephone user with pre-assigned...
  • Page 136 Features Conditions • It is required to name CO lines and extensions by system programming. • With the CLIP feature, the ISDN line informs the system of the caller’s telephone number. To display the name, the system compares the informed number with the System Speed Dialling Numbers stored in program [001] and if a match is found, determines the caller’s name by using the System Speed Dialling Names stored in program [002].
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  • Page 138: Co Line Connection (optional Card)

    Features O Incoming Call Information Log Description If the display digital proprietary telephone (KX-T7230, KX-T7235, KX-T7433 or KX-T7436) user cannot answer a call, the telephone automatically records the caller’s telephone number, name and the time. The user can call back the caller by checking the call log. This is available if such a telephone receives incoming outside calls from the ISDN S0 line provided with the CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation) feature.
  • Page 139 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, CO Incoming Call Information Display Operation Reference DPT Features, —User Manual CO Incoming Call Information Log Lock CO Incoming Call Information Log Mode Operator Service Features, CO Incoming Call Information Log Lock Clear O Line Connection Assignment Description This allows you to specify the CO lines connected to your system to prevent an extension user from originating an outside call by...
  • Page 140 Features O Line Connection Assignment – Outgoing Description Allows you to assign the CO line an extension user can use 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 CO line, reorder tone is sent to indicate that the user cannot use the CO line.
  • Page 141 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [100] Flexible Numbering, CO line group line access [401] CO Line Group Assignment [409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day / Night [411] Host PBX Access Codes [412] Pause Time [413] Register Recall Signal Time [414] Disconnect Time Feature References None...
  • Page 142 Features onfirmation 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.
  • Page 143 Features Confirmation tone 4: Sent when moving from a two-party call to a three-party call, and vice versa. (These are caused by Conference.) It is possible to eliminate this tone by system programming. Conditions Confirmation Tone 1 and 2 are provided to reconfirm the assigned feature.
  • Page 144 Features onsultation Hold Description Allows the extension user to place a call on hold temporarily to transfer it or make a Conference call or make Call Splitting. The held call cannot be retrieved from other extensions. Conditions • With a proprietary telephone, Consultation Hold is established by pressing TRANSFER or CONF button.
  • Page 145 Features ata Line Security Description Data Line Security is a function that can be set by system programming. Once set, communication between the extension and the other end is protected from signal intrusions such as Call Waiting and Hold Recall. Data equipment or a facsimile may be connected to an extension jack so that the user can perform data communications.
  • Page 146 Features Data Line Security Do Not Disturb (DND) Electronic Station Lockout Pickup Dialling Timed Reminder Dial tone 3: Sounds when performing Account Code Entry. Also sounds when answering Timed Reminder call. Dial tone 4: Sounds when messages are waiting for the extension. Conditions None Programming References...
  • Page 147 Features Pulse Dial (Rotary) Mode The dialling signal from an extension, either in tone or pulse, is converted to pulse dialling. Pulse signals are transmitted to the CO line. Call Blocking Mode Set this mode on CO lines that can receive both tone and pulse, but under contract with the Central Office for pulse dialling only.
  • Page 148 Features irect Dialling In (DDI) Description Provides automatic direction of an incoming ISDN S0 line call to a specific extension. Assignable destinations are:(1) Operator; (2) extension; (3) Hunting Group; (4) TAFAS; (5) modem.* This requires a number received from the ISDN network. The number is converted to a specific extension number by using a pre-programmed conversion table.
  • Page 149 Features To select Method 1 or Method 2 depends on the program [990] Field (38) and to select “DDI transformation number” or “extension” depends on the program [990] Field (37). Conditions • DDI service can be enabled or disabled on a CO line basis. •...
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  • Page 151 Features irect 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) modem*; or (3) external pager. This CO line can be used by multiple extension users to make calls but can be used by only one extension to receive calls.
  • Page 152 Features isplay, 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: 123: Smith Dialled telephone number This is shown when dialling the telephone number.
  • Page 153 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [003] Extension Number Set [004] Extension Name Set [117] Charge Display Selection [125] Assignment of Denomination [212] Call Duration Count Start Time [421] CO Line Name Assignment Feature References Section 3, Features, Charge Fee Reference CO Incoming Call Information Display Operation References Not applicable.
  • Page 154 Features • If the display characters exceed 16 digits, the mark “&” is shown at the right-hand edge. • This is used to display the data programmed for each PF (Programmable Feature), DSS, SAVE, or REDIAL button. If Full-One Touch Dialling is enabled on the telephone Full-One Touch Dialling will be active instead.
  • Page 155 Features isplay, Time and Date Description Offers the display proprietary telephone user a display of either the present time and the date or the date and the day of the week. It is displayed while on-hook. Conditions • There are two types of display: Display example 1: Day, Month, Time: 1 Jan 12:00AM Display example 2: Day, Month, Year, Day of the Week: 1 Jan 1994 SAT...
  • Page 156 Features o Not Disturb (DND) Description Allows an extension user to appear busy to an incoming extension call or allows to transfer an incoming outside call to the assigned extension. This can be set or cancelled by the extension user. Conditions •...
  • Page 157 Features o Not Disturb for Direct Dialling In Call Description Allows the pre-assigned extension user to reject to answer the direct dialling in call on Class of Service basis. The rejected call will be transferred to an operator. The operator cannot reject the direct dialling This feature is one of the ISDN services.
  • Page 158 Features oor 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.
  • Page 159 Features oorphone Call Description Your system supports two doorphones. 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 originate a call to a doorphone. Conditions •...
  • Page 160 Features oorphone Call Forwarding by ISDN Description Doorphone calls can be forwarded by ISDN S0 lines. The programs [607]–[608] become available when this feature is set to disable. Conditions • If the transferred call is not answered before the programmed intercept time, the line is disconnected.
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  • Page 162 Features SS Console Description The Direct Station Selection (DSS) Console provides direct access to extensions and features and busy lamp display. The DSS Console must be programmed to work with a proprietary telephone (PT). System Programming assigns the jack numbers of the DSS Console and its associated PT.
  • Page 163 Features To meet the user’s various needs, DSS buttons can be changed to the other function buttons. PF (Programmable Feature) buttons printed as F1 through F16: These buttons are provided with no default setting. The paired telephone user can program the buttons for the other function buttons.
  • Page 164 Features lectronic Station Lockout Description Allows the extension users to lock their stations 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 •...
  • Page 165 Features mergency Call Description Allows the extension user to dial out a pre-assigned emergency number after seizing the CO line. Conditions • Emergency numbers are allowed to call even in the following cases; • in Account Code – Verified mode •...
  • Page 166 Features Operation References Not applicable. xtension Connection Assignment Description Assign whether the extension user can perform all accesses or not. Conditions • The extension of the jack number 01 should be set to “connect.” • If the destination of DIL 1:1 or DDI is set to “disconnect,” the call is transferred to an operator.
  • Page 167 Features xternal Feature Access Description Allows the extension user to have access to the features of a host PBX or Central Office, such as Call Waiting, etc. Register Recall signal can be sent out to the CO line. Conditions • This feature is effective only during an outside call. •...
  • Page 168 Features • If XDP is disabled for the jack, DPT and SLT may be used as Parallelled Telephones. APT and SLT also can be used as Parallelled Telephones. Connection References Section 2, Installation, 2.3.4 EXtra Device Port (XDP) Connection Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [600] EXtra Device Port Feature References...
  • Page 169 Live call screening password control† System working report Super extra device port (SXDP) †: Features 3-65 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-TVP100).
  • Page 170 Features Fixed Feature Numbers Feature Default While busy tone is heard Busy Station Signalling (BSS) Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) Whisper OHCA Automatic Callback Busy While Do Not Disturb tone is heard Do Not Disturb Override While calling or talking Conference Door Open Alternate Calling –...
  • Page 171 Features loating Station Description You can assign virtual extension numbers for resources to make them appear to be extensions. These numbers are defined as floating numbers (FN). The following resources can have floating numbers: (1) External paging instruments: used for TAFAS feature. For KX-TD816, two FNs are available.
  • Page 172 Features ull One-Touch Dialling 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 Dialling.
  • Page 173 Features andset / Headset Selection Description The system supports the use of headsets on proprietary telephones. Conditions • The headset is an user-supplied item. • To set headset mode on a digital proprietary telephone (PT), use station programming. To set headset mode on an analogue PT, use the handset / headset selector provided on the set and / or on the headset.
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  • Page 175 Features andsfree 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 the mode, handsfree conversation is established immediately after the user hears beep tone and the caller hears confirmation tone.
  • Page 176 Features Programming References No programming required. Feature References Section 3, Features, Full One-Touch Dialling Operation References DPT Features, —User Manual Handsfree Operation old Recall Description Prevents a call on hold from being kept waiting longer than a pre- determined time. If the timer expires, ringing or an alarm tone is generated as a reminder to the user who held the call.
  • Page 177 Features ost PBX Access Description The system may be installed behind an existing host PBX. This is performed by connecting a line from the host to a CO line in the Digital Super Hybrid System. Conditions • To enable Host PBX Access, put the host PBX line in a CO line group. The user accesses the host PBX by selecting that CO line.
  • Page 178 Features OTEL APPLICATION Description Allows the operator to handle the front/operator services such as check-in / check-out, timed reminder (wake-up call) and room management. This operation is applicable to only the operator extension with the KX-T7235 or KX-T7436. heck-In / Check-Out Description Allows the operator to operate the check-in / check-out service.
  • Page 179 Features oom Management Description Allows the extension user to print out the information of a guest room (e.g. cleaning status of the room and the total of the minibar charge) with a telephone in each room. Absent messages No.6 through No.9 can be printed out. Conditions None Programming References...
  • Page 180 Features unting Group Description The system supports thirty-two hunting groups. The station hunting feature is assigned on the hunting group basis. Hunting works when an incoming call arrives at an floating number for a hunting group. However, for VM/AA hunting, an incoming call to any extension number which belongs to a hunting group is hunted as well.
  • Page 181 Features ntegrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Description The system can assign which subscriber number is answered and which extension receives a call by the ISDN point-to-multi-point configuration. The optional ISDN S0 Line Card/Unit, KX-TD280, KX-TD281 or KX-TD282 is required. A maximum of ten Multiple Subscriber Numbers (MSN) can be assigned to each ISDN S0 bus with point-to-multi-point configuration.
  • Page 182 Features ntercept Routing Description Provides automatic redirection of incoming outside calls. There are two types of Intercept Routing. In the first case, a call cannot be placed 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 –...
  • Page 183 Features ntercom 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. The ISDN extension number is programmed to be one, two or three digits.
  • Page 184 Features SDN Extension Description The system supports terminal equipment with separate power supplies. For example, ISDN telephone, G4 Facsimile and personal computers which are connected to optional ISDN S0 Line Unit or Card: KX-TD280, KX-TD281 or KX-TD282. A maximum of eight terminal equipment can be connected to each ISDN S0 bus with point-to-multi-point configuration.
  • Page 185 Features [423] ISDN Layer 1 Active Mode [424] ISDN Configuration [425] ISDN Data Link Mode [426] ISDN TEI Mode [427] ISDN Extension Multiple Subscriber Number [428] ISDN Extension Progress Tone [437] Multiple Subscriber Number Set [438]–[439] Extension Ringing Assignment – Day/Night for ISDN MSN [613] ISDN Class of Service [615]–[616] Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment –...
  • Page 186 Features east Cost Routing (LCR) Description 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. Previous programming eliminates the necessity for the user to dial the access code of the least expensive carrier.
  • Page 187 Features Example of Charged Fee for Carrier Area 1 Area 2 Area 8 Area ••• 021,0333,0444 031,0344,0455 061,091,0355 ••• Area Code 0555, 0666 0566, 0677 0577, 0588 Peak Rate ••• £1.00 £2.00 £5.00 (9 a.m.–1 p.m., Mon.–Fri.) Standard Rate £0.75 £1.50 £3.50 •••...
  • Page 188 Features (4) Automatic Access CO Line Group Assignment (Program [103]) Usually this table is used for automatic line access in non-LCR mode. In LCR mode, if the system cannot find out the dialled number in Carrier Access Tables or LCR Routing Plan Tables, or if the system finds out the same number as the user-dialled number in Emergency Dial Number Set table or LCR Exceptional Code Set table, this table is used to select a CO.
  • Page 189 Features Example of programming tables Route Plan Table 1 Time zone and fee table 1 Leading digit table 1 Monday Tuesday Sunday ••• 0333 Start time Start time Start time ••• 0444 8:00AM 0.75 8:00AM 0.75 All day 0.50 ••• 0555 9:00AM 1.00...
  • Page 190 Features (4) Authorization Code Set (Program [7X24]) This is used to register an authorization code of a carrier to a CO line. The code is inserted at the ‘A’ position of the LCR Carrier Modify Command. Example Authorization code table CO Authorization Code 11111...
  • Page 191 Features Example LCR exceptional code table 0235 0332 • • • • • • Programming Examples (A) If you use BTL/MCL If you use MCL only for long distance calls, you may program the following tables to decide the carrier. In the table the wild card characters “...
  • Page 192 Features (1) Carrier Table for MCL Route Plan Table 1 (“A” rate calls up to 56km) Leading digit table 1 Time zone and fee table 1 Monday Tuesday Sunday ••• 0333 Start time Start time Start time ••• 0444 8:00AM 0.75 8:00AM 0.75...
  • Page 193 Features (2) Carrier Table for SPLASH TELECOM Line Route Plan Table 1 (“A” rate calls up to 56km) Leading digit table 1 Time zone and fee table 1 Monday Tuesday Sunday ••• 0333 Start time Start time Start time ••• 0444 8:00AM 0.50...
  • Page 194 Features LCR Sequence chart START Dial 9 or Dial 81-88 or Press CO button or Press Group-CO button or Press Loop-CO button INTERCOM indicator is on. Selects CO from Automatic access Check dialled number with emergency CO line group table and dials out dial table or BTL access code table Not Hit Check dialled number with LCR...
  • Page 195 Features Conditions • Toll Restriction check is done before LCR is applied. • LCR works according to the selected dialling plan. If the user-dialled number is not found in the dialling plans, the dialled number is sent out with Local Access (Automatic line access) Code. •...
  • Page 196 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Line Access, Automatic Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Outward Dialling – Line Access, Automatic 3-87.1 Features...
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  • Page 198 Features ED Indication, CO Line Description The LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicators of the buttons associated with CO lines tell the line conditions with a variety of lighting patterns. This allows the user to determine which lines are idle and which lines are in use. The table on the next page shows the lighting patterns and line conditions according to the CO button type.
  • Page 199 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Button, Group-CO (G-CO) Button, Single-CO (S-CO) Button, Loop-CO (L-CO) Operation References Not applicable. ED Indication, Intercom Description The LED (Light Emitting Diode) indicator of the INTERCOM button indicates the line condition with a variety of lighting patterns.
  • Page 200 Features imited 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 enabled or disabled by Class of Service (COS) for each extension.
  • Page 201 Features • This feature requires a CO button (G-CO, L-CO or S-CO) assignment on a proprietary telephone (PT). Dialling the line access code selects a CO button on a PT according to the priority: S-CO > G-CO > L-CO on a hunted CO line group •...
  • Page 202 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment [100] Flexible Numbering, CO line group line access [211] Dial Start Time [400] CO Line Connection Assignment [401] CO Line Group Assignment [605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night Station Programming............User Manual, Flexible Button Assignment –...
  • Page 203 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Button, Group-CO (G-CO) CO Line Connection Assignment Button, Loop-CO (L-CO) – Outgoing Button, Single-CO (S-CO) Operation References DPT Features, —User Manual Outward Dialling – Line Access, Automatic, Line Access, CO Line Group, Line Access, Individual ine Access, Individual Description Allows the proprietary telephone user one-button access to a CO...
  • Page 204 Features ine 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.
  • Page 205 Features ine 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.
  • Page 206 • Each extension can be programmed to either close the mailbox or keep recording the conversation after the call is intercepted. 3-96 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-TVP100).
  • Page 207 Features Programming References System Programming, [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment [617] Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment Station Programming, Live Call Screening Mode Set Flexible Button Assignment – Live Call Screening Button Live Call Screening Cancel Button Feature References None Operation References DPT Features, —User Manual...
  • Page 208 Features og-In / Log-Out Description Assigns an extension to join (log-in) or leave (log-out) a hunting group. Extensions in log-out status receive no calls by Station Hunting but can receive other calls, unlike the DND feature. Conditions • There should be at least one extension that is in log-in status. Only one log-in extension cannot be set in log-out status.
  • Page 209 Features anager Extension Description One extension in the system can be assigned as the system manager. This extension can perform system programming. Conditions • Besides the manager extension, the extension that is connected to the jack 1 is able to perform system programming. •...
  • Page 210 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [005] Flexible CO Button Assignment [100] Flexible Numbering, Message waiting [214] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time [990] System Additional Information Fields (9), (31) Station Programming............User Manual, Flexible Button Assignment – Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button Feature References Section 3, Features, Dial Tone, Distinctive...
  • Page 211 Features Conditions • If a telephone is replaced by another one, the stored data (such as feature button storage) is held for the new one. • It is possible to ignore the pulse dial by system programming. In this case, a single line LD telephone does not function. Connection References Section 2, Installation, 2.3.2 Extension Connection...
  • Page 212 Features Conditions • The number of extension jacks may be different from the number of telephones if the Parallelled Telephone or the eXtra Device Port feature is enabled. These features allow one extension jack to have two telephones. • When an expansion unit is installed, the unit identification is set by system programming.
  • Page 213 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [803] Music Source Use [990] System Additional Information, Fields (1), (20), (70) Feature References Section 3, Features, Background Music (BGM) Operation References Not applicable. ight Service Description This supports both Night and Day modes of operation. The system operation for originating and receiving calls can be different for day and night modes.
  • Page 214 Features [605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night [607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night [615]–[616] Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night for ISDN Extension [620]–[621] Extension Intercept Routing — Day / Night [625]–[626] Doorphone Call Forwarding —...
  • Page 215 Features Feature References Section 3, Features, Floating Extension Station Hunting Operation References Not applicable. otebook Function Description Allows the proprietary telephone user to store the phone number in the memory during conversation on the phone or on-hook status. The stored number is dialled automatically with a simple operation. Conditions •...
  • Page 216 Features ff-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.
  • Page 217 Features Feature References None Operation References DPT Features, —User Manual Off-Hook Monitor ne-Touch Dialling Description One-Touch Dialling offers the proprietary telephone (PT) user one- touch access to a desired party or system feature. This is enabled by storing an extension number, a telephone number or a feature number of up to 16-digits on a One-Touch Dialling button.
  • Page 218 Features ne-Touch Transfer by DSS Button Description This feature, if programmed, allows the DSS Console and 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 on the console or the proprietary telephone provides automatic hold and transfer.
  • Page 219 Features perator Description The system supports up to two operators during day and night modes separately. Any extension can be appointed as an operator. The extension assigned as an operator has the ability to perform the following operations: • Controlling CO Incoming Call Information Log Lock mode •...
  • Page 220 Features perator Call Description Allows the extension user to call an extension operator by dialling the feature number, if at least one operator is assigned. There can be one or two extensions assigned as Operator 1 and 2. When an operator call (default: 0) is made, the call is connected to Operator 1.
  • Page 221 Features aging – 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 paging, you can talk to the person through the connected line. Conditions •...
  • Page 222 Features • External pagers can be used for 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 another higher priority, it is interrupted and starts again when the higher priority is finished.
  • Page 223 Features [990] System Additional Information, Field (16) Feature References Section 3, Features, Extension Group Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Paging — Group Paging — ANSWER Paging — DENY Paging and Transfer arallelled Telephone Description Any proprietary telephone can be connected in parallel with a single line telephone.
  • Page 224 Features Connection References Section 2, Installation, 2.3.3 Parallelled Telephone Connection Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [100] Flexible Numbering, Parallel telephone mode Feature References Section 3, Features, EXtra Device Port (XDP) Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Parallelled Telephone Connection ause Insertion, Automatic...
  • Page 225 Features hantom Extension Description Allows the system to route the calls to a phantom extension. A call to a phantom extension arrives at an extension who has the corresponding Phantom Extension button. A Phantom Extension button can be assigned by Station Programming. Conditions •...
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  • Page 227 Features ickup Dialling Description Allows an extension user to make an outgoing call by going off- hook, if the user has previously stored the telephone number. This feature is also known as Hot Line. Conditions • An LD telephone without the “#” button cannot program this feature. For programming the phone number, replace the LD telephone with a telephone with the “#”...
  • Page 228 Features Programming References No programming required. Feature References None Operation References Not applicable. ower Failure Transfer Description If a power failure should happen, or during a system-off-line state, single line telephone (SLT) which is connected the Power Failure jack should be connected straight to specific CO lines. Connections between the CO lines and the SLTs are as follows: KX-TD816 The power failure transfer jacks –...
  • Page 229 Features redial Description Allows the display proprietary telephone user to check and correct the dialled number in on-hook state before going off-hook. When going off-hook, making a call is initiated. Conditions • This feature is available during stand-by state only. •...
  • Page 230 Features Features ulse 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 service. Conditions • This feature works only on CO lines set to Pulse Dialling mode or Call Blocking mode.
  • Page 231 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming [009] Quick Dial Number Set [104] Quick Dial Assignment Feature References None Operation Reference DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Quick Dialling ecall Description The RECALL or FLASH/RCL button is used to allow a digital proprietary telephone user to disconnect from the current call and originate another call without hanging up first.
  • Page 232 Features edial, Automatic Description This is a special feature for the digital proprietary telephones, that provides automatic redialling of the last dialled, saved number or call log, if the called party is busy. If the Last Number Redial, Saved Number Redial, CO Incoming / Outgoing Call Log operation or Notebook function is performed handsfree, the telephone set will hang up and try again after a pre-determined period of time.
  • Page 233 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [100] Flexible Numbering, Last number redial Feature References Section 3, Features, Redial, Automatic Operation References DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; —User Manual Redial, Last Number edial, Saved Number Description Allows the user to save a telephone number proprietary telephone and redial the number afterwards.
  • Page 234 Features emote Station Lock Control Description The operator is 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, cancelling the lock is only possible by the operator.
  • Page 235: Tone / Ring Tone

    Features inging, 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 call (disable) on a CO line number basis. Conditions •...
  • Page 236 Features • 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. ing Group Description All extensions in a ring group ring simultaneously by dialling the floating number of the extension group.
  • Page 237 Features inging Tone Selection for CO Buttons Description Allows the digital proprietary telephone user to select the desired ringer frequency for each CO button. This provides discrimination of 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: Single- CO, Group-CO, or Loop-CO button.
  • Page 238 Features ecret Dialling Description Allows an extension user to conceal all or part of a registered telephone number that normally appears on the display during System Speed Dialling or One-Touch Dialling. Numbers can be assigned to Programmable Feature buttons on PT and DSS Consoles.
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  • Page 240 Features pecial Display Features The KX-T7235, KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 feature a display that allows 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 Forwarding / Do Not Disturb CO Outgoing Call Log...
  • Page 241 Features CO Outgoing C all Log Description Provides a KX-T7235 and KX-T7436 display of the last dialled telephone numbers and allows the user to perform redialling the number by pressing the associated button. Conditions The oldest telephone number will be eliminated when over the limited numbers are dialled out.
  • Page 242 Features Station Speed Dialling Description A list of the names and telephone numbers stored for One-Touch Dialling is displayed allowing the user to make a one-touch call by name without having to know the number. Conditions • It is necessary to program One-Touch Dialling Numbers and Names into the 10 function buttons F1 through F10.
  • Page 243 Features Feature References None Operation References Special Display Features, —User Manual System Feature Access Menu System Speed Dialling Description A list of the names stored for System Speed Dialling is displayed. This allows the user to dial by name without having to know the telephone number.
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  • Page 245: Automatic Callback Busy (camp-on)

    Features tation Feature Clear Description Allows the extension user to cancel the functions set on the user’s own telephone. The following functions will be cancelled 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 Pickup Deny...
  • Page 246 Features tation Hunting Description If a call reaches a floating number of a hunting group, Station Hunting redirects the incoming call to an idle member of the hunting group. There are a maximum of 32 hunting groups. Idle extensions are automatically hunted according to the programmed type.
  • Page 247 Features [132] Hunting Group Name Assignment [133] Hunting Overflow [134]–[135] Hunting Intercept — Day / Night Feature References Section 3, Features, Hunting group Ring Group Log-In / Log-Out Uniform Call Distribution (UCD) No Reply Group Operation References Not applicable. Features 3-128.1...
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  • Page 249 Features tation Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Description Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records detailed call information for outside calls. A printer connected to the EIA (RS-232C) port can be used to print incoming and outgoing outside calls as well as print a hard copy of system programming.
  • Page 250 Features Received call: shows <I> that indicates ‘Incoming.’ If the call is carried by an ISDN network, also shows the name or telephone number of the calling party. Private call: shows <Private>. (6) ANS: shows the ring duration of the incoming call in Minutes / Seconds.
  • Page 251 Features Connection References Section 2, Installation, 2.3.7 Printer 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] EIA (RS-232C) Parameters —...
  • Page 252 Features For operator extension PT only, CO Incoming Call Information Log Lock Clear 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 Service Features..........User Manual...
  • Page 253 Features tation Speed Dialling Description Allows an extension user to store frequently dialled numbers in order to place a call with abbreviated dialling. It is performed by dialling the feature number and a speed dial number from 0 through 9. Up to 10 numbers can be stored for each telephone. Conditions •...
  • Page 254 Features ystem Connection* Description System Connection allows two main units (KX-TD1232) to work together as one system. This expands the capacity of the system, number of extensions, CO lines and so on. Two connected systems are called the master and the slave systems. A maximum capacity of the system is as follows: Item Maximum Quantity...
  • Page 255: Default Values

    Features ystem 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.”...
  • Page 256 Features • Call an extension (probably the operator) from a remote location and request a transfer to the modem. • Assign the modem as the destination of the DIL 1:1 feature. Conditions • A proprietary telephone can be used to perform system programming. •...
  • Page 257 Features • The display on the PT permits interactive programming. • Only one access is allowed to system programming at any one time. • To access system administration, a valid password must be entered. The password is factory-programmed and can be changed. •...
  • Page 258 Features ystem Working Report Description The Digital Super Hybrid System automatically records the system’s working state. A printer connected to the EIA (RS-232C) port can be used to print the recorded data. Recorded contents are as follows: 1. Date of record •...
  • Page 259 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [100] Flexible Numbering, System working report [806]–[807] EIA (RS-232C) Parameters — Port 1 / Port 2 Feature References Section 3, Features, Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) Operation References DPT Features, —User Manual System Working Report erminate Description The Terminate button is used to allow the proprietary telephone...
  • Page 260 Features Call Forwarding – No Answer Time-Out 1 – 12 rings CO Dial Starting Time n 100 ms, n: 0 – 40 Extension-to-CO Call Duration Time 1 – 64 min Hold Recall Time 0 – 240 s Intercept Routing Time-Out 3 –...
  • Page 261 Features [205] Extension-to-CO Line Call Duration Time [207] First Digit Time [208] Inter Digit Time [209] Automatic Redial Repeat Times [210] Automatic Redial Interval Time [212] Call Duration Count Start Time [214] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time [215] Ring-Off Detection Time [404] DTMF Time [405] CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set [412] Pause Time...
  • Page 262 Features oll 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.
  • Page 263 Features Applicable Denied and Excepted Code Tables depend on the assigned toll restriction level of an extension as follows: Denied Code Tables Excepted Code Tables Level 1 None None Level 2 Table for Level 2 Tables for Levels 2 through 6 Level 3 Tables for Levels 2 and 3 Tables for Levels 3 through 6...
  • Page 264 Features Flow Chart of Toll Restriction The user makes a toll call. Is the call made by System Speed Dialling ? Is TRS Override for System Speed Dialling enabled? Levels 7, 8 Level 1 What is the extension – toll restriction level? Levels 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Is the dialled number found in...
  • Page 265 Features Conditions • Toll restriction checks are applied to the following: (1) Account Code Entry (2) Dial Access, Automatic (3) Least Cost Routing (LCR) (4) Line Access, CO Line Group (5) Line Access, Individual (6) System Speed Dialling • Emergency call numbers such as Police or Fire Department numbers should be stored in program [311] “Emergency Dial Number Set”...
  • Page 266 Features oll 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 dialling the telephone number.
  • Page 267 Features Programming References Section 4, System Programming, [100] Flexible Numbering, Account code entry [508] Account Code Entry Mode Feature References Section 3, Features, Account Code Entry Toll Restriction Operation References Station Programming, —User Manual Charge Fee Reference DPT Features, SLT and ISDN Telephone Features; Toll Restriction Override —...
  • Page 268 Features runk (CO Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS) Description A tone signal is sent from 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. •...
  • Page 269 Log-In / Log-Out feature is available for UCD. †: Features 3-149 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-TVP100).
  • Page 270 Features An outline sketch of UCD is shown below. (1) When a number of calls have been (2) When the 1st call arrives at extension A, arrived at an UCD group, the 1st call the 2nd call arrives at extension B. arrives at extension A first.
  • Page 271 Features Conditions • UCD can be used in the following cases: a) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the DIL 1:1 destination. b) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the Intercept Routing destination. c) The floating number of UCD is dialled from the extension. d) The floating number of UCD is assigned as the Direct Dialling In destination.
  • Page 272 Features Features ser Programming (Manager Programming) Description User Programming (Manager Programming) can be programmed by the end user. Programs [000] through [016] can be changed by the user. Conditions None Programming References User Programming ............User Manual Feature References None Operation References Not applicable.
  • Page 273 Features Outside call DIL 1:1 System Intercom Call C.FWD Extension VM 1 VM 2 VM Hunting Chain VM X VM 3 Outside call DIL 1:1 System C.FWD Operator Extension VM 1 VM 2 Transfer VM Hunting Chain VM X VM 3 1.2 Intercept Routing to VM If a CO line is set as Intercept Routing –...
  • Page 274 Features Outside call DIL 1:1, DIL 1:N System IRNA Extension VM 1 VM 2 VM Hunting Chain VM X VM 3 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.
  • Page 275 Features 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.
  • Page 276 Features Outside call DIL 1:1 System Transfer Extension AA 1 AA 2 AA Hunting Chain AA X AA 3 Conditions • A VPS can be assigned as the destination of the following features: Call Forwarding – All Calls Call Forwarding – Busy Call Forwarding –...
  • Page 277 Features 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 —...
  • Page 278 Section 3, Features, Voice Mail Integration Operation References Not applicable. 3-158 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-TVP100).
  • Page 279 Features olume 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: •...
  • Page 280 Features hisper 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 •...
  • Page 281 Section 4 System Programming This section provides step-by-step programming instructions for a proprietary telephone.
  • Page 282: General Programming Instructions

    General Programming Instructions Default Setting This system has a default factory setting. If any of the programming needs to be changed, you will find the necessary information in Section 3, “Features.” This makes the system very simple to install and customize as required by the customer. Any required changes can be written in “Programming Tables.”...
  • Page 283 4.1.1 Using Proprietary Telephones Soft Buttons and SHIFT Button on the Display DPT Three soft buttons are provided just below the display on the display of Digital Proprietary Telephones (DPT), KX-T7230, KX- T7235, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436. The functions of these soft buttons vary as the programming procedures advance step by step.
  • Page 284 4.1.1 Using Proprietary Telephones Type 5 Press SHIFT to alternate SKP- CLR PREV SKP+ SEL NEXT Soft 3 SHIFT Soft 1 Soft 2 Soft 3 SHIFT Soft 1 Soft 2 You can use either the soft buttons or the overlay buttons. (For overlay buttons, refer to “Using the Overlay”...
  • Page 285 4.1.1 Using Proprietary Telephones Location of Controls with the Overlay The pictures below show the functions of the buttons of the KX- T7230, KX-T7235, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 while in programming mode. KX-T7431 is the same as KX-T7433 except for the Soft and SHIFT buttons. KX-T7230 KX-T7235 PROGRAM...
  • Page 286 4.1.1 Using Proprietary Telephones Viewing the Display The display gives you helpful information, such as what you should do now, what you have done, etc.. The KX-T7230, KX-T7235, KX-T7433 and the KX-T7436 utilize two information lines for programming. The upper line is called the Message Line and the lower one is called the Function Line.
  • Page 287: Programming Ways

    4.1.2 Programming Ways Advancing to the next stage When “SYS-PGM NO?→” is displayed, you can select one of the following: • To go to program [000], press the NEXT button. • To go to another program, enter the 3-digit program address. Rotation of jack number Each jack of the Digital Super Hybrid System supports the connection of a digital proprietary telephone and a single line...
  • Page 288 4.1.2 Programming Ways Going to another program address After pressing STORE, you can go to another program with either of the following two methods: (1) • To go to the next larger program address: Press Soft 1 (SKP+) or VOLUME (DOWN).
  • Page 289: Entering Characters

    4.1.3 Entering Characters You can enter characters to store names or messages by using the dialing key pad, buttons or the Jog Dial. See the Combination Tables below. Combination Tables SHIFT + SHIFT + SHIFT + SHIFT + SHIFT + SHIFT &...
  • Page 290 4.1.3 Entering Characters Please see the following example which shows how to select a desired character. For example, to select the letter “M”: Select either of the following three methods: (1) Using the SHIFT and Soft buttons (for KX-T7230 / KX-T7235 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 only) * See Combination Table 1.
  • Page 291 4.1.3 Entering Characters Example of entering characters: to enter “Mike”: Using method (1) * See Combination Table 1. The display shows: Enter 6. Press Soft 1 (M). Enter 4. Press SHIFT. Press Soft 3 (i). Enter 5. Press Soft 2 (k). Enter 3.
  • Page 292 4.1.3 Entering Characters Using method (3) * See Combination Table 2. The display shows: 1. Enter 6. 2. Rotate Jog Dial one pulse. 3. Enter 4. 4. Rotate Jog Dial six pulses. 5. Enter 5. 6. Rotate Jog Dial four pulses. 7.
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  • Page 294: User Programming Mode

    4.1.4 User Programming Mode Some programming items are accessible by any display proprietary telephone user in the system. The programmable items are manager programs [000] through [016]. Entering the user programming mode You can access these programs by entering the User Programming Mode as follows: Before entering the mode, confirm that: •...
  • Page 295: Example Of Programming

    4.1.5 Example of Programming The following programming instructions assume that you have already entered the programming mode and that you will employ method (2) on page 4-8. Example: Program [001] “System Speed Dialing Number Set” Sample of Description Explanation 4.2 Manager Programming (1) Program address: This address is printed at the top of every page to allow you to quickly find the desired program.
  • Page 296 4.1.5 Example of Programming Sample of Description Explanation 4.2 Manager Programming and the desired speed dial number, the selected code is displayed. (17) You can continue to program another entry. System Speed Dialing Number Set (contd.) (18) After you have stored all your entries, finish this program by pressing END.
  • Page 297: Date And Time Set

    Manager Programming Date and Time Set NOTICE It is assumed that you have read Section 4.1 “General Programming Instructions.” The use of the soft buttons is discussed in the section, therefore we will not make any reference to them in the following instructions.
  • Page 298 Manager Programming Date and Time Set (contd.) Press STORE. Press NEXT. Display example: 12:00 Enter the hour. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and the new hour. Press Enter the minute. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and the new minutes. Press Press SELECT for AM or PM.
  • Page 299: System Speed Dialling Number Set

    Manager Programming System Speed Dialling Number Set Description Used to program the System Speed Dial numbers. These numbers are available to all extension users. The stored numbers are also applied to CO Incoming Call Information Display / Log features. Selection •...
  • Page 300: System Speed Dialling Name Set

    Manager Programming System Speed Dialling Number Set (contd.) – To store a pause, press PAUSE. (Refer to Section 3 “Pause Insertion, Automatic.”) – To store the feature number to convert pulse signals to DTMF signals, press the # keys. (Refer to Section 3 “Pulse to Tone Conversion.”) –...
  • Page 301: System Speed Dialling Name Set

    Manager Programming System Speed Dialling Name Set Description Assigns names to the system speed dial numbers assigned in program [001] “System Speed Dialling Number Set.” KX-T7235, KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 telephones show the stored name when performing System Speed Dialling. The stored names are applied to the CO Incoming Call Information Display / Log features.
  • Page 302: Extension Number Set

    Manager Programming Extension Number Set Description Assigns an extension number to each extension. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 (-1 / -2) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 (-1 / -2) (-1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 303: Extension Name Set

    Manager Programming Extension Number Set (contd.) • An extension number is invalid if the leading first or second digits disagree with the setting of the program [100] “Flexible Numbering, (01) – (16) 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks.” If one digit is assigned as the leading digit, some extensions have two digits and some have three digits.
  • Page 304: Extension Name Set

    Manager Programming Extension Name Set Description Assigns names to the extension numbers programmed in program [003] “Extension Number Set.” Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 (-1 / -2) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 (-1 / -2) (-1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 305: Flexible Co Button Assignment

    Ring tone type 2 Programming Enter 005. Display: Flexible Key Asn †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital System Programming 4-23 Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 306 Manager Programming Flexible CO Button Assignment (contd.) Press NEXT. Display: Jack NO?–> Enter a jack number. To enter jack number 01, you can also press NEXT. Display: PT–PGM Mode Press a CO button to be changed. The display shows the contents pre-assigned to the button. Display example: CO-01 Enter a button code (plus parameter, if required).
  • Page 307: Dss Console Port And Paired Telephone Assignment

    Manager Programming Operator / Manager Extension Assignment — Day / Night Description Assigns the jack number for a manager and / or operators. The manager extension can perform system programming. The operator has the ability to perform operator services. Selection •...
  • Page 308: Dss Console Port And Paired Telephone Assignment

    Manager Programming DSS Console Port and Paired Telephone Assignment Description Assigns the jack numbers for the DSS Console and the paired extension. Selection • DSS Console number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04 KX-TD1232 – 01 through 08 (for Master), 09 through 16 (for Slave) •...
  • Page 309 Manager Programming DSS Console Port and Paired Telephone Assignment (contd.) To program another DSS Console, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired DSS Console number. Repeat steps 4 through 8. Press END. Conditions • The jack number for the Console and that for the paired extension must be entered together.
  • Page 310: Absent Messages

    Manager Programming Absent Messages Description Used to program the absent messages. An absent message, if set by the station user, is displayed on the calling extension’s telephone to show the reason for the user’s absence. Selection • Message number: 1 through 9 •...
  • Page 311: Quick Dial Number Set

    Manager Programming Quick Dial Number Set Description Stores up to eighty quick dial numbers. Selection • Location number: 01 through 80 • Desired quick dial number: 16 digits (max.) Default All locations – Not Stored Programming Enter 009. Display: Quick Dial Press NEXT.
  • Page 312: Budget Management

    Manager Programming Budget Management Description Assigns the charge limitation of a call on the extension basis. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, (-1 / -2), ( =all jacks, -1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 313: Charge Margin And Tax Rate

    Manager Programming Charge Margin and Tax Rate Description Assigns the margin rate of a telephone charge and the tax rate to the total charge. This program is used for printing out the total charge when a guest checks out. Selection Margin (%): 0.0 through 999.9 Tax (%): 0.0 through 99.9 Default...
  • Page 314: Isdn Extension Number Set

    Manager Programming ISDN Extension Number Set Description Assigns an extension number to each port which is connected to the ISDN S0 unit or card. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04 KX-TD1232 – 03 through 06, 09 through 12 •...
  • Page 315: Isdn Extension Name Set

    Manager Programming ISDN Extension Number Set (contd.) • An extension number is invalid if the leading first or second digits disagree with the setting of the program [100] “Flexible Numbering, 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks.” If one digit is assigned as the leading digit, some extensions have one through three digits.
  • Page 316: Isdn Extension Name Set

    Manager Programming ISDN Extension Name Set Description Assigns names to the ISDN extension numbers programmed in program [012] “ISDN Extension Number Set.” Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04 KX-TD1232 – 03 through 06, 09 through 12 • Name: 10 characters (max.) Default All ports –...
  • Page 317: Budget Management On Isdn Port

    Manager Programming Budget Management on ISDN Port Description Assigns the charge limitation of a call on the ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 03 through 06, 09 through 12, ( =all ports) •...
  • Page 318: Charge Rate Fractional Point Assignment

    Manager Programming Charge Rate Fractional Point Assignment Description Assigns how many decimal places to set for the charge rate. Selection Number of decimal places: 0 through 8 Default Programming Enter 015. Display: Decimal Point Press NEXT. Display example: Fraction place 2 Enter the desired number.
  • Page 319: Charge Rate Assignment

    Manager Programming Charge Rate Assignment Description Assigns the rate to each CO line. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 08, 09, (9=for KX-TD290, =all CO lines) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 24, 25, (25=for KX-TD290, =all CO lines) •...
  • Page 320 Manager Programming Charge Rate Assignment (contd.) Conditions • A maximum of nine digits, consisting of 0 through 9, can be assigned as the rate. The number of decimal places depends on the assignment in program [015] “Charge Rate Fractional Point Assignment.” •...
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  • Page 322: Flexible Numbering

    System Programming Flexible Numbering Description Assigns the leading digits of extension numbers and feature numbers for system features. Selection • Selection number: 01 through 78 (See “Feature Number List” on page 4-37 and 4-38 for the corresponding features.) • Feature number: 1 or 2 digits (for selection numbers 01 through 16); 1 through 3 digits (for selection numbers 17 through 78) Default...
  • Page 323 System Programming Flexible Numbering (contd.) Conditions • Each extension block has one or two digits, consisting of 0 through 9. Assign the leading digits for extension numbers of the respective blocks. • Assignment of extension blocks defines the limits for programs [003] “Extension Number Set,”...
  • Page 324 System working report Super extra device port (SXDP) †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital 4-38 System Programming Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 325: Day / Night Service Switching Mode

    System Programming Day / Night Service Switching Mode Description This program is used to determine if night mode is automatic or manual. Selection Manual / Auto (automatic) Default Manual Programming Enter 101. Display: Day/Night Mode Press NEXT. Display example: D/N Mode:Manual Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed.
  • Page 326: Day / Night Service Starting Time

    System Programming Day / Night Service Starting Time Description Sets the starting time on a day of the week basis, when automatic day / night switching is programmed in program [101] “Day / Night Service Switching Mode.” Selection • Day of the week selection number: 1 (Sunday) / 2 (Monday) / 3 (Tuesday) / 4 (Wednesday) / 5 (Thursday) / 6 (Friday) / 7 (Saturday) / (every day of the...
  • Page 327 System Programming Day / Night Service Starting Time (contd.) Press SELECT for AM or PM. Press STORE. To program another day / night mode or day of the week, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the day of the week selection number.
  • Page 328: Automatic Access Co Line Group Assignment

    System Programming Automatic Access CO Line Group Assignment Description Assigns the sequence in which CO line groups will be accessed when in Automatic Line Access mode. When a user dials the feature number for automatic line access (default=9) or presses the L-CO button, an idle line is hunted in the programmed CO line group order.
  • Page 329: Quick Dial Assignment

    System Programming Quick Dial Assignment Description Assign a feature number for each quick dial location number. Selection • Location number: 01 through 80 • Feature number: 4 digits (max.) Default All locations – Not Stored Programming Enter 104. Display: FLX Quick Dial Press NEXT.
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  • Page 331: Account Codes

    System Programming Account Codes Description Assigns the account codes for Account Code Entry, Verified – All Calls and Verified – Toll Restriction Override modes. If Verified – All Calls is assigned in program [508] “Account Code Entry Mode,” an account code is required to make an outside call. If Verified –...
  • Page 332: Station Hunting Type

    System Programming Station Hunting Type Description Used to enable or disable hunting and set the Station Hunting type for each hunting group. There are six Station Hunting types available: Circular, Uniform Call Distribution (UCD), Voice Mail (VM), Automated Attendant (AA), Ring, and No Reply . If circular hunting is assigned for a group, all of the extensions in the group are hunted until an idle one is found.
  • Page 333: System Password

    System Programming System Password Description Assigns the password required for entering system programming mode and for maintenance from a personal computer. Selection Password: 4 through 7 digits Default 1234 Programming Enter 107. Display: System Password Press NEXT. Display example: Password:1234 Enter a password.
  • Page 334: One-touch Transfer By Dss Button

    System Programming One-Touch Transfer by DSS Button Description Enables or disables the function of automatically holding the outside call when a DSS button on the DSS Console or proprietary telephone is pressed. Selection Enable / Disable Default Enable Programming Enter 108. Display: DSS Auto Hold Press NEXT.
  • Page 335: Expansion Card / Unit Type

    System Programming Expansion Card / Unit Type Description Assigns the type of expansion cards/units to be used in the Master and Slave Systems. This allows the system to identify the card and/or unit in each expansion location. Selection KX-TD816 • Areas 1; 2; 3 = 1 (Inside the system): C (4CO) / S (2S0) 2;...
  • Page 336 System Programming Expansion Card / Unit Type (contd.) Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until all the required entries are completed. Press STORE. If only one system is in operation, go to step 8.
  • Page 337: Network Type Assignment

    System Programming Network Type Assignment Description Assigns the type of ISDN network. Selection BT / EURO Default Programming Enter 110. Display: Network Type Press NEXT. Display example: Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE. Press END. Conditions None Feature References...
  • Page 338: Ddi Removed Digit / Added Number Assignment

    System Programming DDI Removed Digit / Added Number Assignment Description Assigns the removed digits and added number to a subscriber’s number and the DDI number sent from the network to make the extension which receives a call. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 08, ( =all CO lines) KX-TD1232 –...
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  • Page 340: Floating Ddi Number Assignment

    System Programming System Programming Floating DDI Number Assignment Description Assigns the floating DDI number for an operator, External Pagers, modem,* and hunting groups. Selection • DDI floating station: KX-TD816 – Operator / Pager1 / Pager2 / Hunting Groups 01 through 32 KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 341: Vm Status Dtmf Set

    Description Sets the DTMF signals (“inband”) that are transmitted to the Voice Processing System (VPS), by the Panasonic telephone system, under all the dial and connect events which the VPS can occur. The following signals are sent to the VPS with the assigned DTMF...
  • Page 342 System Programming VM Status DTMF Set (contd.) Enter a DTMF signal number. To delete the current entry, press CLEAR. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and the new number. Press STORE. To program another selection, keep pressing NEXT or PREV until the desired selection is displayed.
  • Page 343: Vm Command Dtmf Set

    System Programming VM Command DTMF Set Description Sets the DTMF command signals transmitted to your Voice Processing System (VPS). There are four commands available: Leave Message; Get Message; Automated Attendant Service; Voice Mail Service. These commands are used in the following ways: (A) If your VPS is used for Voice Mail (VM) Service (1) Call Forwarding / Intercept Routing to Voice Mail If a call is forwarded to the VPS, your system will send a mailbox...
  • Page 344 System Programming VM Command DTMF Set (contd.) • LV-MSG / GETMSG / AA-SVC / VM-SVC Selection • DTMF signal number: 16 digits (max.) Default LV-MSG – H; GETMSG – H; AA-SVC – #8 ; VM-SVC – #6 Programming Enter 114. Display: VM Command Set Press NEXT to program the LV-MSG command.
  • Page 345: Adjust Time

    System Programming Adjust Time Description Used to set the time for checking the normality of the system. Every day at the programmed time, system data is checked. If an error is checked, it is recorded onto error log. Selection • Hour: 1 through 12 •...
  • Page 346: Rom Version Display

    System Programming ROM Version Display Description Confirms the version of the ROM of Master and Slave Systems. Display example: P111A50101A Version Date Selection System Number: KX-TD816 – 0 KX-TD1232 – 0 (Master) / 1 (Slave) Default Not applicable. Programming Enter 116. Display: ROM Version Press NEXT.
  • Page 347: Charge Display Selection

    System Programming Charge Display Selection Description Selects the display format used for charge display. Selection Pulse / Pound Default Pound Programming Enter 117. Display: Charge Meter Press NEXT. Display example: Pulse Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE.
  • Page 348: Charge Fee Reference Extension Assignment

    System Programming Charge Fee Reference Extension Assignment Description Assigns extensions that can refer to charges. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, ( =all jacks) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, ( =all jacks) • Enable / Disable Default All jacks –...
  • Page 349: Charge Fee Reference Id Code Set

    System Programming Charge Fee Reference ID Code Set Description Assigns the identification code (ID code) required to verify charges. Selection ID Code: 4 digits (0000 through 9999) Default 1234 Programming Enter 119. Display: Charge ID Code Press NEXT. Display example: Code:1234 Enter an ID code.
  • Page 350: User Password

    System Programming User Password Description Assigns the password required for entering User Programming (Manager Programming) mode. In the User Programming Mode, any display proprietary telephone user in the system can set the programs [000] through [020]. Selection Password: 4 through 7 digits Default 1234 Programming...
  • Page 351: Pulse Dial Reception Assignment

    System Programming System Programming Pulse Dial Reception Assignment Description Assigns whether the pulse dial from the extension can be received or not by the system. Selection Puls : Enable / Puls : Disable Default Puls : Enable Programming Enter 121. Display: Ext Pulse Dial Press NEXT.
  • Page 352: Automatic Door Open Assignment

    System Programming System Programming Automatic Door Open Assignment Description Assigns whether the door is automatically unlocked or not, when the Call button is pressed. Selection • KX-TD816 – D1 – Day / D1 – Night / D2 – Day / D2 – Night KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 353: Hotel Application

    System Programming System Programming Hotel Application Description Assigns whether the hotel application is enabled or disabled. Selection Disable / Enable Default Disable Programming Enter 123. Display: Hotel Apply Asn Press NEXT. Display example: Hotel : Disable Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed.
  • Page 354: Assignment Of Denomination

    System Programming System Programming Assignment of Denomination Description Assigns the Denomination required for your country. Selection 2 characters (Max.) Default £ Programming Enter 125. Display: Denomination Press NEXT. Display example: Denomi.: £ Enter a denomination. To delete the current entry, press CLEAR. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and the new denomination.
  • Page 355: Voice Mail Number Assignment

    To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new jack number. †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital System Programming 4-65 Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 356 System Programming System Programming Voice Mail Number Assignment (contd.) Press to enter another jack number. Repeat steps 3 through 4 to enter another jack number. Press STORE. Press NEXT to program another jack number. Display example: Mast2:# Repeat steps 3 through 5 to enter another jack number. Press STORE.
  • Page 357: Voice Mail Extension Number Assignment

    Section 3, Features, Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary Telephones †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital System Programming 4-67 Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 358: Voice Mail Extension Group Assignment

    Section 3, Features, Voice Mail Integration for Digital Proprietary Telephones †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital 4-68 System Programming Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 359: Operator Queue

    System Programming Operator Queue Description Assigns the limited number of queue and the number of Hurry-Up. Selection • Queue: 0 through 8 • Number of Hurry-Up : 0 through 8 Default Queue : 8, H-UP : 4 Programming Enter 129. Display: Operator Queue Press NEXT.
  • Page 360: Phantom Extension Number Assignment

    System Programming Phantom Extension Number Assignment Description Assigns the phantom extension number. Selection • Location number: 001 through 128 • Phantom extension number: 2 through 4 digits Default All locations – Not stored Programming Enter 130. Display: Phantom NO. Press NEXT. Display: Location NO?→...
  • Page 361: Hunting Group Assignment

    System Programming Hunting Group Assignment Description Assigns the extension numbers which belong to each hunting group. An incoming call is hunted in the order of registration except for Ring hunting. Selection • Hunting group number: 01 through 32 • Extension number: 2 through 4 digits, 12 numbers (max.) / Disable (No entry) Default All hunting groups –...
  • Page 362: Hunting Group Name Assignment

    System Programming Hunting Group Name Assignment Description Assigns a hunting group name to the hunting group. When an incoming outside call is received, the assigned name and the extension number of the group are displayed on the LCD. Selection • Hunting group number: 01 through 32 •...
  • Page 363: Hunting Overflow

    System Programming Hunting Overflow Description Assigns the limited number of a queue and the management of an incoming call when the queue is full. There are three types of management mentioned below: Overflow: When the queue is full, a new incoming call is transferred to the Intercept destination for the group.
  • Page 364 System Programming Hunting Overflow (contd.) Enter the number in the queue. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new number. Press STORE. To program another group, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired hunting group number. Repeat steps 4 through 6.
  • Page 365: Hunting Intercept — Day / Night

    System Programming 134-135 Hunting Intercept — Day / Night Description Sets the Intercept destination in both day and night modes for each hunting group. Selection • Hunting group number: 01 through 32 • Extension number: 2 through 4 digits / Disable (no Intercept Routing) Default All hunting groups –...
  • Page 366 System Programming ISDN DDI Number / Phantom Extension Number Transformation Description Used to convert a DDI number to a phantom extension number in order to send an incoming DDI call to a specific extension. Selection • Location number: 001 through 128 •...
  • Page 367: Off-hook Monitor

    System Programming Off-Hook Monitor Description Enables or disables to perform the Off-Hook Monitor. Selection Enable / Disable Default Enable Programming Enter 148. Display: Off-Hook Monitor Press NEXT. Display example: Monitor:Enable Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE. Press END.
  • Page 368: Timer Programming

    Timer Programming Hold Recall Time Description Assigns the length of the hold recall timer. This timer is used to alert an extension that a call has been held for an extended period of time. Selection Time (seconds): 0 through 240 (0=Hold Recall disabled) Default 60 s Programming...
  • Page 369: Transfer Recall Time

    Timer Programming Transfer Recall Time Description Sets the number of rings before the transfer recall occurs. If a transferred call is not answered before the programmed time of rings, the call returns to the original caller. Selection Number of rings: 3 through 48 Default 12 rings Programming...
  • Page 370: Call Forwarding – No Answer Time

    Timer Programming Call Forwarding – No Answer Time Description Sets the number of rings for the Call Forwarding – No Answer feature. If a call is not answered before the programmed number of rings, the call is forwarded to the destination. Selection Number of rings: 1 through 12 Default...
  • Page 371: Intercept Time

    Timer Programming Intercept Time Description Sets the number of rings for the Intercept Routing – No Answer (IRNA) feature. If a call is not answered before the programmed number of rings, the call is redirected to the programmed station. Selection Number of rings: 3 through 48 Default 12 rings...
  • Page 372: Pickup Dial Waiting Time

    Timer Programming Pickup Dial Waiting Time Description Sets the number of seconds for Pickup Dialling. If the telephone user lifts the handset, the programmed party is called when the time expires. Selection Time (seconds): 0 through 8 Default Programming Enter 204. Display: Pickup Dial Time Press NEXT.
  • Page 373: Extension-to-co Line Call Duration Time

    Timer Programming Extension-to-CO Line Call Duration Time Description Sets the maximum time allowed for a conversation with an outside party. If an outside call is originated or answered by a programmed extension user and the timer expires, the call is disconnected. Selection Time (minutes): 1 through 64 Default...
  • Page 374: First Digit Time

    Timer Programming First Digit Time Description Sets the maximum time allowed between the start of outside dial tone and the first digit dialled on an outgoing outside call. If an extension user fails to dial any digits during this time, the DTMF receiver is released.
  • Page 375: Inter Digit Time

    Timer Programming Inter Digit Time Description Assigns the maximum time allowed between digits on an outgoing toll call. If an extension user fails to dial any digits during this time, the DTMF receiver is released. This timer applies until the Toll Restriction check is completed.
  • Page 376: Automatic Redial Repeat Times

    Timer Programming Automatic Redial Repeat Times Description Sets the number of times Automatic Redial is tried. Automatic redialling of the last dialled or saved number is done up to the specified number of times. Selection Number of times: 1 through 12 Default 4 times Programming...
  • Page 377: Automatic Redial Interval Time

    Timer Programming Automatic Redial Interval Time Description Sets the interval time between Automatic Redial attempts. Selection Time (seconds): 3 through 120 ( 10 is the actual time) Default 12 (120 s) Programming Enter 210. Display: Interval Time Press NEXT. Display example: Time: Enter the time.
  • Page 378: Dial Start Time

    Timer Programming Dial Start Time Description Sets the number of milliseconds the system waits before dialling after a CO line is seized. Selection Time (milliseconds): 0 through 40 ( 100 is the actual time) Default 0 ms Programming Enter 211. Display: CO Dial Start Press NEXT.
  • Page 379: Call Duration Count Start Time

    Timer Programming Call Duration Count Start Time Description Sets the number of seconds the system waits between the end of dialling and the start of the SMDR timer for outgoing toll calls. When the system has sent out all the digits to the central office and this timer expires, the system starts counting the call.
  • Page 380: Message Waiting Ring Interval Time

    Timer Programming Message Waiting Ring Interval Time Description Sets the Message Waiting ring interval time for a single line telephone. Selection Time (minutes) : 0 through 64 Default 0 min Programming Enter 214. Display: MW Ring Time Press NEXT. Display example: Interval: 10 min Enter the time.
  • Page 381: Ring-off Detection Time

    Timer Programming Ring-Off Detection Time Description Sets the ring-off time so that the system can detect that the central office stops ringing. Selection Time (seconds) : 6 / 11 Default Programming Enter 215. Display: Ring Detect Time Press NEXT. Display example: Time : 6 sec Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed.
  • Page 382: Trs Programming

    301-305 TRS Programming RS Denied Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6 Description These allow you to specify the numbers which are toll-restricted for each toll restriction level as follows: Program [301]: restricts levels 2 through 6 Program [302]: restricts levels 3 through 6 Program [303]: restricts levels 4 through 6 Program [304]: restricts levels 5 through 6 Program [305]: restricts level 6...
  • Page 383: Trs Excepted Code Entry For Levels 2 Through 6

    TRS Programming 306-310 TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6 Description These allow you to assign numbers which are exceptions to the toll restriction specified in programs [301] through [305] as follows: Program [306]: applies to level 2 Program [307]: applies to levels 2 through 3 Program [308]: applies to levels 2 through 4 Program [309]: applies to levels 2 through 5...
  • Page 384: Emergency Dial Number Set

    TRS Programming Emergency Dial Number Set Description Stores up to 10 emergency call numbers. Emergency numbers are not subject to toll restriction, Account Code – Verified or Electronic Station Lockout. Selection • Location number: 01 through 10 • Emergency number: 3 digits (max.) Default Location 01 –...
  • Page 385: Co Line Connection Assignment

    CO Line Programming CO Line Connection Assignment Description Used to identify the CO lines which are connected to the system(s). This prevents users from originating a call to a line which is not connected. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, ( =all CO lines) KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 386: Co Line Group Assignment

    CO Line Programming CO Line Group Assignment Description Each CO line must be assigned to a CO line group. This program defines the CO line group assignment for each CO line. For example, if there are multiple telephone service companies available, the CO lines can be grouped by company.
  • Page 387: Dial Mode Selection

    CO Line Programming Dial Mode Selection Description Each CO line can be programmed for DTMF, pulse (rotary) or call blocking. This program assigns your choice for each line. DTMF: The dialling signals from an extension, either tone or pulse, are converted to tone signals and transmitted to the CO line.
  • Page 388 CO Line Programming Dial Mode Selection (contd.) • To assign all lines to one selection, press the key at step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for CO01. • If DTMF is assigned, set the DTMF time of the line in program [404] “DTMF Time.”...
  • Page 389: Pulse Speed Selection

    CO Line Programming Pulse Speed Selection Description A CO line set for pulse or call blocking mode in program [402] “Dial Mode Selection” can have two pulse rates, 10 pps (low) and 20 pps (high). This program sets the pulse speed for each CO line set to pulse or call blocking mode.
  • Page 390: Dtmf Time

    CO Line Programming DTMF Time Description A CO line set to DTMF mode in program [402] “Dial Mode Selection” can have two settings. This program sets the duration of the DTMF signals sent to a CO line set to DTMF mode. Selection •...
  • Page 391: Cpc Signal Detection Incoming Set

    CO Line Programming CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set Description Assigns the expected minimum duration of the CPC Signal on incoming outside calls. If this is programmed, the system disconnects the line when the CPC Signal is detected. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 –...
  • Page 392 CO Line Programming CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set (contd.) CPC Signal Detection Time Table Entry Time (ms) Entry Time (ms) Entry Time (ms) 4-94 System Programming...
  • Page 393: Dil 1:1 Extension — Day / Night

    CO Line Programming 407-408 DIL 1:1 Extension — Day / Night Description The Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 feature allows incoming outside calls to be directed to a specific extension. When a CO line is assigned as DIL 1:1, it is necessary to assign the destination. These programs specify the extension number for day or night mode.
  • Page 394: Intercept Extension — Day / Night

    CO Line Programming 409-410 Intercept Extension — Day / Night Description Intercept Routing provides an automatic re-direction of calls which cannot or have not been answered. These programs set the destination in both day and night modes for each line group. Selection •...
  • Page 395: Host Pbx Access Codes

    CO Line Programming Host PBX Access Codes Description Assigns Host PBX access codes. If the system is installed behind a host PBX system, an access code is required to make an outside call. Up to four codes can be stored for a CO line group assigned the line.
  • Page 396 CO Line Programming Host PBX Access Codes (contd.) Conditions • This program is only required if a host PBX line is connected to the system. Program [401] “CO Line Group Assignment” is used to assign the line to a CO line group. •...
  • Page 397: Pause Time

    CO Line Programming Pause Time Description Assigns the length of the pause time. The programmed pause time is automatically inserted after a line access code or a host PBX access code programmed in [411] “Host PBX Access Codes” or manually inserted if the PAUSE button is pressed by the user. Selection •...
  • Page 398: Register Recall Signal Time

    CO Line Programming Register Recall Signal Time Description Assigns the length of the register recall signal time. If your system is installed behind a host PBX, External Feature Access (EFA) is necessary to obtain its services. To enable it, select a required register recall signal sending time for the CO line group.
  • Page 399: Disconnect Time

    CO Line Programming Disconnect Time Description Determines the amount of time between successive accesses to the same CO line. Selection • CO line group (TRG) number: 1 through 8, ( =all CO line groups) • Time (seconds): 0.5 / 2.0 / 4.0 Default All CO line groups –...
  • Page 400: Cpc Signal Detection Outgoing Set

    CO Line Programming CPC Signal Detection Outgoing Set Description Enables or disables CPC Signal Detection during the time between the originated outside call and the established outside call. If this is enabled, the system disconnects the line with the time set in program [405] “CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set”...
  • Page 401: Reverse Circuit Assignment

    CO Line Programming Reverse Circuit Assignment Description Enables or disables to detect Reverse Circuit. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 08, ( =all CO lines) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 24, ( =all CO lines) • Regular (no detection) / Reverse (detection) Default All CO lines –...
  • Page 402: Subscriber Number Assignment

    CO Line Programming Subscriber Number Assignment Description Assign the subscriber number which is assigned to a CO line by a central office for Calling Line Identification Presentation or Connected Line Identification Presentation. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, ( =all CO lines) KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 403: Direct Dialling In — Day / Night

    CO Line Programming 420/429 Direct Dialling In — Day / Night Description Assign the contract status of the Direct Dialling In (DDI) Service or Multiple Subscriber Number on a CO line basis in both day and night modes. This setting is also used for Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) and Connected line Identification Presentation (COLP).
  • Page 404: Co Line Name Assignment

    CO Line Programming CO Line Name Assignment Description Assigns the company or customer names to each CO line so that the operator or extension user can find the destination where the caller is trying to reach before answering. Selection • CO line number: KX-TD816 –...
  • Page 405: Isdn Port Type

    CO Line Programming ISDN Port Type Description Assigns the type of each port either CO line or extension line on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 03 through 06, 09 through 12, ( =all ports) •...
  • Page 406: Isdn Layer 1 Active Mode

    CO Line Programming ISDN Layer 1 Active Mode Description Assigns the active mode of Layer 1 on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 12, ( =all ports) •...
  • Page 407: Isdn Configuration

    CO Line Programming ISDN Configuration Description Assigns the configuration on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 12, ( =all ports) • Point (point to point) / Multipoint (point to multipoint) Default All ports –...
  • Page 408: Isdn Data Link Mode

    CO Line Programming ISDN Data Link Mode Description Assigns the data link mode on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 12, ( =all ports) • Permanent / Call Default All ports –...
  • Page 409: Isdn Tei Mode

    CO Line Programming ISDN TEI Mode Description Assigns the Terminal Endpoint Identifier (TEI) mode on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 12, ( =all ports) • Fix 0 through 63 / Automatic Default All ports –...
  • Page 410: Isdn Extension Multiple Subscriber Number

    CO Line Programming ISDN Extension Multiple Subscriber Number Description Selects whether the Multiple Subscriber Number is allocated to each terminal equipment on ISDN S0 bus or not on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 411: Isdn Extension Progress Tone

    CO Line Programming ISDN Extension Progress Tone Description Enables or disables to send the progress tone to ISDN extension on ISDN port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04, ( =all ports) KX-TD1232 – 03 through 06, 09 through 12, ( =all ports) •...
  • Page 412: Multiple Subscriber Number Set

    CO Line Programming Multiple Subscriber Number Set Description Assigns a maximum of ten multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) on an ISDN S0 port basis. Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04 KX-TD1232 – 01 through 12 • Location number: 01 through 10 •...
  • Page 413 CO Line Programming 438-439 Extension Ringing Assignment — Day / Night for ISDN MSN Description Determines the extension which receives a call on a multiple subscriber number (MSN) basis of the ISDN S0 port in both day and night modes. Selection •...
  • Page 414 CO Line Programming 438-439 Extension Ringing Assignment — Day / Night for ISDN MSN (contd.) Conditions • For the KX-TD1232, port numbers 01 through 06 are for the Master System and 07 through 12 are for the Slave, if available. •...
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  • Page 416 COS Programming 500-501 Toll Restriction Level — Day / Night Description Each extension must be assigned a Class of Service (COS). These programs set the toll restriction value for each COS in day or night mode. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) •...
  • Page 417: Extension-to-co Line Call Duration Limit

    COS Programming Extension-to-CO Line Call Duration Limit Description This program allows you to restrict the duration of outside calls on a Class of Service (COS) basis. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Disable (no limit) / Enable (limit) Default All COS –...
  • Page 418: Call Transfer To Co Line

    COS Programming Call Transfer to CO Line Description This program determines which Classes of Services (COS) are allowed to perform the Call Transfer to CO Line function. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS –...
  • Page 419: Call Forwarding To Co Line

    COS Programming Call Forwarding to CO Line Description This program determines which Classes of Services (COS) are allowed to perform the Call Forwarding to CO Line function. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Disable / Enable Default All COS –...
  • Page 420: Do Not Disturb Override

    COS Programming Do Not Disturb Override Description This program determines which Classes of Services (COS) are allowed to perform Do Not Disturb (DND) Override. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Disable / Enable Default All COS – Disable Programming Enter 507.
  • Page 421: Account Code Entry Mode

    COS Programming Account Code Entry Mode Description There are three account code modes: Option, Verified-All Calls and Verified-Toll Restriction Override. This program determines the mode to be used by each Class of Service (COS). Option mode: The user can enter any account code, if needed. Verified –...
  • Page 422 509-510 COS Programming Toll Restriction Level for System Speed Dialling – Day/Night Description These programs set the toll restriction value used in System Speed Dialling for each Class of Service (COS) in day or night mode. When the user makes a call with System Speed Dialling, the system will check the phone number with this level.
  • Page 423: Door Opener Access

    COS Programming Door Opener Access Description Enables or disables to unlock the door opener by feature number on a Class of Service (COS) basis. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS – Enable Programming Enter 511.
  • Page 424: Night Service Access

    COS Programming Night Service Access Description Enables or disables the ability to switch the Day/Night service on a Class of Service (COS) basis. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS – Enable Programming Enter 513.
  • Page 425 COS Programming Do Not Disturb for Direct Dialling In Call Description Enables or disables the ability to reject Direct Dialling In call on a Class of Service (COS) basis. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS –...
  • Page 426: Calling Line Identification Restriction

    COS Programming Calling Line Identification Restriction Description Enables or disables the Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) Service on a Class of Service (COS) basis. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS – Disable Programming Enter 516.
  • Page 427: Connected Line Identification Restriction

    COS Programming Connected Line Identification Restriction Description Enables or disables the Connected Line Identification Restriction (COLR) Service. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS – Disable Programming Enter 517. Display: COLR Press NEXT.
  • Page 428: Cfu / Cfb / Cfnr Assignment

    COS Programming CFU / CFB / CFNR Assignment Description This program determines which Class of Service (COS) can perform CFU, CFB and CFNR features. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS – Disable Programming Enter 518.
  • Page 429: Off-hook Call Announcement (ohca)

    COS Programming Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) Description Enables or disables to perform the Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) and Whisper OHCA on a Class of Service (COS) basis. Selection • COS number: 1 through 8, ( =all COS) • Enable / Disable Default All COS –...
  • Page 430 Extension Programming EXtra Device Port Description EXtra Device Port (XDP) allows a single line telephone (SLT) to be connected to the same jack as a digital proprietary telephone (DPT). This program assigns which jacks are XDP. The SLT and DPT of the programmed jack work as independent extensions. Selection •...
  • Page 431: Class Of Service

    Extension Programming Class of Service Description Programs each extension for a Class of Service (COS). The COS determines the call handling abilities of each extension. A primary and a secondary COS numbers can be assigned per extension. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 432: Extension Group Assignment

    Extension Programming Extension Group Assignment Description Assigns each extension to an extension group. Extension groups are used for Group Call Pickup and Paging – Group. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, (-1 / -2) =all jacks, -1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 433 Extension Programming 603-604 DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night Description A DIL 1:N line can be assigned to ring more than one extension. All incoming calls from the programmed CO lines are directed to the specified extensions. These programs assign the extensions and the notification method for each CO line in both day and night modes.
  • Page 434 603-604 Extension Programming DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing — Day / Night (contd.) Repeat steps 4 through 7. Press END. Conditions • An extension can be assigned as the destination of as many CO lines as is required. • In the case of KX-TD1232, jack numbers 01 through 32 are for the Master System and 33 through 64 are for the Slave, if available.
  • Page 435 Extension Programming 605-606 Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night Description Determines the CO lines which can be accessed by an extension in both day and night modes. The extension users can make outgoing CO calls using the assigned CO lines. Selection •...
  • Page 436 605-606 Extension Programming Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night (contd.) Conditions • In the case of KX-TD1232, jack numbers 01 through 32 are for the Master System and 33 through 64 are for the Slave, if available. Jack numbers in the out-of-service system are unacceptable.
  • Page 437: Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night

    Extension Programming 607-608 Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night Description These programs assign the extensions which will ring when a doorphone call is received during the day and night modes. Programmed extensions are also allowed to open the door. Selection •...
  • Page 438 607-608 Extension Programming Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night (contd.) • For an explanation of jack numbering, see “Rotation of jack number” on page 4-7. • To assign all jacks to one selection, press the key at step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for Jack 01.
  • Page 439: Voice Mail Access Codes

    Extension Programming Voice Mail Access Codes Description Assigns a mailbox number for each extension, only if program [990] “System Additional Information, Field (18)” is set to “free.” Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, (-1 / -2), (-1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 440: Extension Connection Assignment

    Extension Programming Extension Connection Assignment Description Assigns whether the extension can perform all accesses or not. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, (-1 / -2), ( =all jacks, -1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 441: Data Line Security

    Extension Programming Data Line Security Description Sets or cancels the Data Line Security mode on an extension basis. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, (-1 / -2), ( =all jacks, -1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 442: Isdn Class Of Service

    Extension Programming ISDN Class of Service Description Programs each ISDN port for a Class of Service (COS). The COS determines the call handling abilities of each port. A primary and a secondary COS numbers can be assigned per port. Selection •...
  • Page 443 Extension Programming 615-616 Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment – Day/Night for ISDN Extension Description Determines the CO lines which can be accessed by an ISDN extension in both day and night modes. The extension users can make outgoing outside calls using the assigned CO lines. Selection •...
  • Page 444 615-616 Extension Programming Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment – Day/Night for ISDN Extension (contd.) • To assign all ports to one selection, press the key at step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for a first port. •...
  • Page 445: Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment

    Live Call Screening (LCS) Voice Mail Integration for Proprietary Telephones †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital System Programming 4-141 Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 446: Isdn Ddi Number / Extension Number Transformation

    Extension Programming ISDN DDI Number / Extension Number Transformation Description Used to convert a DDI number to an extension number in order to put an incoming DDI call to a specific extension. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 447 Extension Programming ISDN DDI Number / ISDN Extension Number Transformation Description Used to convert a DDI number to an ISDN extension number in order to send an incoming DDI call to a specific extension if you do not want to use your ISDN extension number as the DDI number. Selection •...
  • Page 448 Extension Programming ISDN DDI Number / ISDN Extension Number Transformation (contd.) • For CLIP, COLP or DDI features, to convert the incoming number to an extension or a number assigned in this program depends on the program [990] System Additional Information, Field (37). Feature References Section 3, Features, Calling / Connected Line Identification Presentation (CLIP / COLP)
  • Page 449: Extension Intercept Routing — Day / Night

    Extension Programming 620-621 Extension Intercept Routing — Day / Night Description Sets the Intercept Routing destination of for each jack in both day and night modes. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, (-1 / -2) KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, (-1 / -2) =all jacks, -1 = first part, -2 = second part) •...
  • Page 450: Incoming Call Display

    Extension Programming Incoming Call Display Description Allows you to choose between three display types when an incoming call is received. “Caller” means the incoming caller’s telephone number and name are displayed. “CO Line” means the CO line number and CO line name assigned in the program [421] are displayed.
  • Page 451: Clip / Colp Number Assignment

    Extension Programming CLIP / COLP Number Assignment Description Selects the type of additional number to the CLIP and COLP information when making and answering a call through an ISDN line. You can select the type from one of the following: DDI: Subscriber number + DDI number None: Subscriber number + Optional number Selection...
  • Page 452: Clip / Colp Number For Isdn Extension Assignment

    Extension Programming CLIP / COLP Number for ISDN Extension Assignment Description Selects the type of additional number to the CLIP and COLP information when making and answering a call through an ISDN line. You can select the type from one of the following: DDI: Subscriber number + DDI number None: Subscriber number + Optional number Selection...
  • Page 453: Doorphone Call Forwarding — Day / Night

    Extension Programming 625-626 Doorphone Call Forwarding — Day / Night Description Assigns the phone number where doorphone calls are forwarded. This feature is one of an ISDN service. Selection • Doorphone number: KX-TD816 – 1 or 2 KX-TD1232 – 1 through 4 •...
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  • Page 455 LCR Programming 7000 LCR Mode Description Allows you to turn on or off the Least Cost Routing (LCR) mode. LCR, if enabled, selects the least expensive route to be used for an outside call. Selection On / Off Default Programming Enter 7000.
  • Page 456 LCR Programming Blank 4-144 System Programming...
  • Page 457: Btl Access Code

    LCR Programming 7002 BTL Access Code Description Stores the BTL (British Telecom Line) access code. Selection BTL access code: 10 digits (max.) Default Programming Enter 7002. Display: BTL Access Code Press NEXT. Display: example: 121 Enter a BTL access code. To delete the current entry, press CLEAR.
  • Page 458: Itemized Code Set

    LCR Programming 7003 Itemized Code Set Description Registers an itemized code applied to an extension. The registered code is inserted into the “I” command position stored in program [7X22] “LCR Carrier Modify Command.” Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 (-1 / -2) KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 459: Internal Isdn Itemized Code Set

    LCR Programming 7004 Internal ISDN Itemized Code Set Description Registers an itemized code applied to an ISDN extension. The registered code is inserted into the “I” command position stored in program [7X22] “LCR Carrier Modify Command.” Selection • Port number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 04 KX-TD1232 –...
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  • Page 461 LCR Programming 7X0Y LCR Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8 Description By entering numbers into each leading digit plan for a maximum of eight carriers, you are starting the process to determine which CO line group will be used to route the call. Eight tables are available per carrier.
  • Page 462 7X0Y LCR Programming LCR Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8 (contd.) • The same code with different digits may be assigned in this program or in program [7X20] “LCR Exceptional Code Set.” In this case, the code which has smaller digits takes the more expensive route is priority. To prevent this, enter “...
  • Page 463 LCR Programming 7X1Y LCR Time and Fee Set for Plans 1 through 8 Description Assigns time schedules and charged fees for a maximum of eight plans of a maximum of eight carriers. It is possible to split a day into four time zones max. so that the least expensive line is selected for that time.
  • Page 464 7X1Y LCR Programming LCR Time and Fee Set for Plans 1 through 8 (contd.) Press to enter the fee. Enter the fee (pounds and pence), moving the cursor with buttons. To delete the current entry, press CLEAR. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and the new fee. Press STORE.
  • Page 465 LCR Programming 7X20 LCR Exceptional Code Set Description Assigns dialling numbers that are excepted from LCR routing plans of the specified carrier. They are sent out to a CO selected from automatic access CO line groups. Selection • Program address: 7X20, X: 1-8 (carrier number) •...
  • Page 466 7X20 LCR Programming LCR Exceptional Code Set (contd.) • The same code with different digits may be assigned in this program or in program [7X0Y] “LCR Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8.” In this case, the code which has smaller digits takes the more expensive route is priority.
  • Page 467 LCR Programming 7X21 LCR Carrier Code Description Assigns carrier access codes used for LCR feature. Selection • Program address: 7X21, X=1-8 (carrier number) • Carrier code: 10 digits (max.) Default Program 7121 (carrier 1) –131; Other programs (carriers 2-8) – Not stored Programming Enter a program address (7X21).
  • Page 468 7X22 LCR Programming LCR Carrier Modify Command Description Assigns modification commands applied to carrier numbers. Dialled numbers are modified according to the programmed commands. Available commands are as follows: C : Insert carrier code P : Send pause T : Change to tone (DTMF) mode A : Insert Authorization code I : Insert Itemized code H : Home Position...
  • Page 469 LCR Programming 7X23 LCR CO Line Group Assignment Description Assigns CO line groups that correspond to an LCR carrier. Selection • Program address: 7X23, X=1-8 (carrier number) • CO line group number: 1 through 8, eight entries (max.) Default Program 7123 (carrier 1) – 12345678; Other programs (carriers 2-8) –...
  • Page 470 7X24 LCR Programming Authorization Code Set Description Registers an authorization code applied to a CO line. The registered code is inserted into the “A” command position stored in program [7X22] “LCR Carrier Modify Command.” Selection • Program address: 7X24, X=1-8 (carrier number) •...
  • Page 471: Trs Denied Code Entry For Levels 2 Through 6

    4.10 Resource Programming SMDR Incoming / Outgoing Call Log Printout Description Used to determine which calls will produce an SMDR printout. Selection • Outgoing calls: All (all calls) / Toll (toll calls only) / Off (no printing) • Incoming calls: On (all calls) / Off (no printing) Default All calls –...
  • Page 472: Smdr Format

    4.10 Resource Programming SMDR Format Description Used to match the SMDR output to the paper size being used in the printer. Page length determines the number of lines per page. Skip perforation determines the number of lines to be skipped at the end of every page.
  • Page 473: System Data Printout

    4.10 Resource Programming System Data Printout Description Starts or stops printing of the system data. All the current system- programmed data is printed out. Selection Start / Stop Default Not applicable. Programming Enter 802. Display: System Data Dump Press NEXT. Display: Print-Out:Start Press STORE to start printing.
  • Page 474: Music Source Use

    4.10 Resource Programming Music Source Use Description Assigns the music source to be used for Music on Hold and Background Music (BGM). Selection • Hold / BGM • Music source number: KX-TD816 – 1 or 2 / No Use KX-TD1232 – 1 through 4 / No Use Default Hold and BGM –...
  • Page 475: External Pager Bgm

    4.10 Resource Programming External Pager BGM Description Used to determine whether external pagers will receive Background Music (BGM). BGM –External is turned on and off by the operator. Selection • External pager number: KX-TD816 – 1 or 2 KX-TD1232 – 1 through 4 •...
  • Page 476: External Pager Confirmation Tone

    4.10 Resource Programming External Pager Confirmation Tone Description Used to remove the confirmation tone for external pagers. The default setting sends confirmation tone 2 to the external pagers before paging is broadcast. This programming applies to all the external pagers. Selection On / Off Default...
  • Page 477: Eia (rs-232c) Parameters — Port 1 / Port

    4.10 Resource Programming 806-807 EIA (RS-232C) Parameters — Port 1 / Port 2 Description Assigns the communication parameters for the EIA (RS-232C) interface for Port 1 (for KX-TD816 and Master System of KX- TD1232) or Port 2 (Slave System of KX-TD1232). New line code: Select the code for your printer or personal computer.
  • Page 478 806-807 4.10 Resource Programming EIA (RS-232C) Parameters — Port 1 / Port 2 (contd.) Press STORE. Press NEXT to program word length. Display example: Word Lengt:8bits Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE. Press NEXT to program parity bit. Display example: Parity:Mark Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed.
  • Page 479: Floating Number Assignment

    4.10 Resource Programming Floating Number Assignment Description Assigns the floating numbers for the External Pager, modem,* Digital Test Access (DTA) and Hunting Groups. These numbers can be used the same way extension numbers are used for station access. Selection • Floating station: KX-TD816 – Pager1 / Pager2 / DTA / Hunting Groups 01 through 32 KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 480 4.10 Resource Programming Floating Number Assignment (contd.) • The leading one or two digits of the floating numbers are subject to program [100] “Flexible Numbering, (01) through (16) 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks.” • Floating numbers and extension numbers should be unique. Double entry and incompatible entry for these numbers are invalid.
  • Page 481: Modem Standard

    4.10 Resource Programming Modem Standard* Description Assigns the modem standard. There are two standards available – BELL and CCITT. Selection BELL / CCITT Default CCITT Programming Enter 814. Display: MODEM Standard Press NEXT. Display example: MODEM:CCITT Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed.
  • Page 482: Option Programming

    4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information Description Adds the following programming items, if required: Area 1 There are 14 fields available in Area 1 as follows: Display 0010100010000101 example ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ (10) (9) (6) (5) (4) (52)(51)(50)(49) (3) (2) (1) Field number...
  • Page 483 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Area 6 There are 16 fields available in Area 6 as follows: Display 1111101111111010 example ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ Field number (63) (62) (61) (60) (59) (58) (48) (47)(46) (45) (44) (43) (42) (41) (40) (39) Area 7 There are 8 fields available in Area 7 as follows:...
  • Page 484 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Explanation Area Field Description Selection Default References Sound source during transfer. 0 : ringback tone • CALL 1 : Music on Hold TRANSFER FEATURES • Music on Hold Result of pressing the hookswitch lightly 0 : Consultation Consultation and then placing down the handset (during...
  • Page 485 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Area Field Description Selection Default References (49) Enables or disables the CO Pulse feedback 0 : disable Dial Type tone. 1 : enable Selection (50) Selects the destination during the day 0 : DIL 1:N Direct Dialling mode, when operator number is sent as a 1 : Operator...
  • Page 486 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Area Field Description Selection Default References (16) Allows you to remove Confirmation Tone 0 : disable Confirmation 3. This tone is sent when a conversation is 1 : enable Tone established just after dialling the feature numbers for accessing the following features: Call Pickup, Paging, Paging Answer, TAFAS Answer, Hold Retrieve...
  • Page 487: Budget Management

    4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Area Field Description Selection Default References Prevents or allows a call originated by an 0 : prevent Voice Mail (24) AA port of VPS to another AA port. 1 : allow Integration Prevents or allows sending pulse dialling 0 : prevent None (25)
  • Page 488 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Area Field Description Selection Default References (35) Assigns whether or not the new page will 0 : enable start whenever printing out the data in the 1 : disable Hotel Application feature. (36) Assigns whether or not to print out the data 0 : enable when the system receives a call and a call is...
  • Page 489 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Area Field Description Selection Default References (48) When an incoming call reaches the Hunting 0 : receive None group (Circular, UCD, Ring and No Reply) 1 : not receive this program determines whether the extension which the Do Not Disturb feature is set receives the call or not.
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  • Page 491 4.11 Option Programming System Additional Information (contd.) Selection • Area code: 01 through 12 (08 through 12 are reserved) • Selection: See “Selection” on pages 4-169 through 4-174 for each area. Default See “Default” on pages 4-169 through 4-174. Programming Enter 990.
  • Page 492 4.11 Option Programming COS Additional Information Description (1) Sets the number of digits allowed to dial out during an analogue outside call on a Class of Service (COS) basis. If an outside party hangs up and the extension user tries to dial out still on the CO line, the system will disconnects the line at the time the assigned number of digits are dialled.
  • Page 493 4.11 Option Programming COS Additional Information (contd.) Keep pressing to move the cursor to the desired field. Enter your selection (0 or 1). To change the current entry, press STORE and the new selection. To program another field, repeat steps 4 and 5. Press STORE.
  • Page 495 Section 5 List This section lists tone, ring tone and default values of system programming.
  • Page 496 Tone / Ring Tone <TONE> 1 sec Confirmation Tone 1 Confirmation Tone 2 Confirmation Tone 3 Confirmation Tone 4 Dial Tone 1 Dial Tone 2 Dial Tone 3 Dial Tone 4 Busy Tone Reorder Tone Ringback Tone Do Not Disturb (DND) Tone List...
  • Page 497 Tone / Ring Tone <TONE> 15 sec Hold Recall Call Waiting Tone 1 (CO/intercom) 5 sec Call Waiting Tone 2 (intercom) Call Waiting Tone 2 (CO) 4 sec Hold Tone <RING TONE> 1 sec Intercom Calls / Intercom Hold Recall Outside Calls / Outside Hold Recall Doorphone Calls /...
  • Page 498: Default Values

    Default Values Address Program Default Manager Programming [000] Date and Time Set 1 Jan. ’94 SAT 12:00 am [001] System Speed Dialling Number Set Not Stored [002] System Speed Dialling Name Set Not Stored • KX-TD816 [003] Extension Number Set Jack 01-1 through 16-1=201 through 216 Jack 01-2 through 16-2=301 through 316 •...
  • Page 499 Queue: 8, H-UP: 4 [130] Phantom Extension Number Not Stored Assignment †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital List Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 500: Trs Excepted Code Entry For Levels 2 Through 6

    Default Values Address Program Default [131] Hunting Group Assignment All Hunting Groups=Disable [132] Hunting Group Name Assignment Not Stored [133] Hunting Overflow All Hunting Groups=Busy, 0 [134]–[135] Hunting Intercept — Day/Night All Hunting Groups=Disable—Day / Night [136] ISDN DDI Number / Phantom Blank (Not Stored) Extension Number Transformation [148]...
  • Page 501: Cpc Signal Detection Incoming Set

    Default Values Address Program Default [405] CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set All CO Lines=352 ms [407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension – Day/Night All CO Lines=Disable—Day/Night [409]–[410] Intercept Extension – Day/Night All CO Line Groups=Disable—Day/Night [411] Host PBX Access Codes Not Stored [412] Pause Time All CO Line Groups=3.5 s...
  • Page 502 Day/Night LCR Programming [7000] LCR Mode [7002] BTL Access Code †: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital List Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
  • Page 503 Default Values Address Program Default [7003] Itemized Code Set • KX-TD816 Jack 01-1 through 16-1=201 through 216 Jack 01-2 through 16-2=301 through 316 • KX-TD1232 Jack 01-1 through 64-1=201 through 264 Jack 01-2 through 64-2=301 through 364 [7X0Y] LCR Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 Carrier 1–Table 1–Location 1= through 8 Other Locations=Not Stored...
  • Page 505: Troubleshooting

    Section 6 Troubleshooting This section provides information for system and telephone troubleshooting.
  • Page 506: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting 6.1.1 Installation PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE POSSIBLE SOLUTION Extension does not operate. Bad printed circuit board Exchange printed circuit board for (Extension Card). another printed circuit board. Bad connection between Take that extension and plug it into the system and extension. the same extension port using a short telephone cord.
  • Page 507: Connection

    Troubleshooting 6.1.2 Connection Connection between the DSHS and a proprietary telephone: CAUSE SOLUTION Can you dial The A/B is connected to the H/L. Use the correct cord (inner 2 an extension? wires are for A/B and the outer 2 wires are for H/L). extension DSHS Use the correct cord (2 wires...
  • Page 508: Operation

    Troubleshooting Connection between the central office and the DSHS: CAUSE SOLUTION (Continued from the CO lines are connected to the A/A. Reconnect the CO lines to previous page.) the paired A/B of the telephone jack using 2- conductor wiring. Can you dial out on a CO CO line DSHS...
  • Page 509: Using Reset Button

    Troubleshooting PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE POSSIBLE SOLUTION Connect the interface between the • During system Interface between the connection* operation, systems is disconnected. systems and press the Reset Button originating an intercom/ on both systems. outside call from a system to the other system is not possible.
  • Page 510 Troubleshooting Operation (A) If the system does not operate properly, 1. Make sure that the System Clear Switch is set to the “NORMAL” position. 2. Press the Reset Button with a pointed tool. (B) If the system still does not operate properly, 1.
  • Page 511: Pri Section

    Section 7 PRI Section This section provides information on using the Primary Rate Interface (PRI) ISDN line with the optional expansion unit.
  • Page 512: Overview

    Overview The KX-TD290 Primary Rate Interface (PRI) ISDN Expansion Unit adds one PRI ISDN line. When this unit is installed in the KX-TD816, the maximum number of available CO lines is limited to 12 and when it is installed in the KX-TD1232 for the system connection, the maximum number of available CO lines is limited to 38.
  • Page 513: Installation

    Installation 7.2.1 Location of the Optional Units Precautions 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 units. KX-TD816 One 8-Station Line Unit (KX-TD170) and either one CO Line/ISDN Line Unit (KX-TD180, KX-TD280, or KX-TD290) can be installed to any expansion area.
  • Page 514 7.2.1 Location of the Optional Units KX-TD1232 A maximum of two 8-Station Line Units (KX-TD170) and/or one CO Line/ISDN Line Units (KX-TD180, KX-TD280 or KX-TD290) can be installed to any expansion area. You must use the KX- TD170- when you install the KX-TD290. The former KX-TD170 does not work properly with the KX-TD290.
  • Page 515: Installing The Unit (kx-td)

    7.2.2 Installing the Unit (KX-TD290) The following procedures can be used to install the Primary Rate Interface (PRI) ISDN Expansion Unit (KX-TD290). Default KX-TD816: bottom = 4-CO Line Unit, top = 8-Station Line Unit KX-TD1232: bottom = 4-CO Line Unit, middle and top = 8-Station Line Unit Note The KX-TD1232 is illustrated as a main unit.
  • Page 516 7.2.2 Installing the Unit (KX-TD290) 10. Cover the cords with the cord holder 6. Prepare the required plugs. (included). 7. Insert the plug into a jack on the unit. Cord holder 11. Fix the cords to the wall at the shown position so that the front cover can be opened.
  • Page 517: Pri System Programming

    PRI System Programming PRI Configuration Description Assigns the number of B channels which are actually used out of the 8 PRI line channels (for KX-TD816) or 30 PRI line channels (for KX-TD1232) and the installation location of the CO line card (KX-TD181 or KX-TD182) or BRI card (KX-TD281 or KX- TD282), the CO line unit (KX-TD180), or BRI unit (KX-TD280).
  • Page 518 PRI System Programming PRI Configuration (contd.) KX-TD816: 8 Y – – –/Permanent/Permanent/Fix0 Default KX-TD1232: 30Y–NN/Permanent/Permanent/Fix0 Programming Enter 450. Display: PRI Config. Press NEXT. Display example: 0 YYYY Keep pressing SELECT until the desired combination of the channel number and the card status is displayed. Press STORE.
  • Page 519: Pri Reference Co

    PRI System Programming PRI Reference CO Description Assigns which CO line number system data each PRI line uses except for the following programs: • [401] CO Line Group Assignment • [419] Subscribers Number Assignment • [421] CO Line Name Assignment After assigning this program, the following program data will become available for PRI line CO 09 through CO16 (for KX- TD816) or CO 25 through 54 (for KX-TD1232).
  • Page 520 PRI System Programming PRI Reference CO (contd.) Conditions • For the KX-TD1232, CO01 through CO12 are for the Master system and CO13 through CO24 are for the Slave, if available. • CO09 through CO16 become available when the expansion unit KX- TD290 is installed in the KX-TD816 and CO25 through CO54 become available when the expansion unit KX-TD290 is installed in the KX- TD1232.
  • Page 521: Dect Portable Station Section

    Section 8 DECT Portable Station Section This section provides information on the wireless system, which can be optionally equipped with the basic system.
  • Page 522: Overview

    Overview To connect the wireless system, the following equipment is required. 2-RF Interface Unit with 4-Station Line (KX-TD144) One KX-TD144 supports up to two Cell Stations (KX-TD142) and four wired extensions. One KX-TD144 can be installed to the KX- TD816 and up to two KX-TD144s can be installed to the KX- TD1232.
  • Page 523: Wireless System Installation

    Wireless System Installation Wireless System Installation 8.2.1 Wireless System Outline System Capacity CO Line KX-TD1232 × 2 KX-TD816 KX-TD1232 (System Connection) Basic KX-TD180 × 1 Extension Line KX-TD1232 × 2 KX-TD816 KX-TD1232 (System Connection) Wired Wireless Wired Wireless Wired Wireless Basic KX-TD170 ×...
  • Page 524 8.2.1 Wireless System Outline Procedure Flow Chart Consider the service area required for the (See pages 8-5 through 8-8.) users by referring to Site Planning. Install a 2-RF Interface Unit with a 4-Station (See pages 8-9 through 8-11.) Line (KX-TD144) to the main unit. Connect a Cell Station (KX-TD142) to the (See pages 8-12 through 8-15.) KX-TD144.
  • Page 525: Site Planning

    8.2.2 Site Planning Choosing the best site for the Cell Station (KX-TD142) requires careful planning and testing of essential areas. The best location may not always be convenient for installation. Please read the fol- lowing information before you install the unit. Characteristics of Radio Waves The transmission of radio waves and the operating range depend on the structure and materials of the building.
  • Page 526 8.2.2 Site Planning The Relationship between Radio Waves and Building Structure and Materials • The transmitting range is affected more by the building materials and thickness of the material than the number of obstacles. • Radio waves tend to be reflected or diffracted by conductive objects and rarely penetrate them.
  • Page 527: Installation Preparation

    8.2.2 Site Planning Installation Preparation 1. Prepare a drawing of the building where you want to install the Cell Station (CS). (A drawing which shows the size or main structural material of the wall, partition wall or ceiling is preferable.) 2.
  • Page 528 8.2.2 Site Planning Precautions • The Cell Station should be kept free of dust, moisture, high tem- perature (more than 40˚C), low temperature (less than 5˚C), vibration, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight. • If a backup system for use during a Cell Station power failure is required, set the system cable resistance within 20 Ω.
  • Page 529: Location Of The Unit

    8.2.3 Location of the Unit KX-TD816 One 2-RF Interface Unit with a 4-Station Line (KX-TD144) can be installed to any of the two expansion areas on the main unit KX- TD816. Up to two Cell Stations (KX-TD142) can be connected to the KX-TD144.
  • Page 530 8.2.3 Location of the Unit KX-TD1232 Up to two 2-RF Interface Units with a 4-Station Line (KX-TD144) can be installed to any of the three expansion areas on the main unit KX-TD1232. Up to two Cell Stations (KX-TD142) can be connected to the KX-TD144.
  • Page 531: Installing The Unit

    8.2.4 Installing the Unit The following procedures can be used to install a 2-RF Interface Unit with a 4-Station Line (KX-TD144) to the main unit, and then the Cell Station (KX-TD142) to the KX-TD144. The KX-TD1232 is illustrated as the main unit. 1.
  • Page 532 8.2.4 Installing the Unit 6. Wireless Extension Connection Use a Cell Station Cord (4-conductor wiring – included) and 4-pin plug (included) to connect the cell station line. There are 2 plugs to connect the Cell Stations. Maximum length of the cable: AWG 24 (ø 0.6 mm): Under 1 km (3300 feet) 6-1.
  • Page 533 8.2.4 Installing the Unit 6-3. Insert the modular plug into the Cell Station, and attach the ferrite core (included) to the plug cord. Ferrite Core Roll the cord once around the ferrite core 15 cm and close the core. 6-4. Survey the site for the Cell Station by testing the radio signal. Refer to Section 8.2.5, “...
  • Page 534 8.2.4 Installing the Unit 7. Wired Extension Connection A 2-RF Interface Unit with a 4-Station Line (KX-TD144) can support four wired extensions as well as wireless extensions. Use 4-pin plugs to connect the wired extensions. 7-1. Insert the required telephone wires into the holes in the plug. Press the transparent part into the black part.
  • Page 535 8.2.4 Installing the Unit 8. Tie all of the cords into a bundle. If Note If two expansion units are installed, cut other cords are exposed in the upper the cabinet cover(s) on the lower cabi- net(s) to allow the cords from the upper cabinet, tie them also.
  • Page 536: Site Survey

    8.2.5 Site Survey Site Survey Specification The KX-TD7500 portable station has Radio Signal Test Mode which monitors the state of link as one of the means to determine the site planning for the KX-TD142. In the mode, the frame loss and signal strength of a synchronous slot, and the signal strength of the other slots can be measured when the portable station is linking with the KX-TD142.
  • Page 537 8.2.5 Site Survey Checking the Cell Station ID Number Use a personal computer to check the Cell Station (CS) ID number. File: E1232BE.EXE Main Menu Display Input Format 1. In the Main Menu Display Enter 2 and press the ENTER key to select “System Data Programming(INTERACTIVE)”.
  • Page 538 8.2.5 Site Survey CS Information Display CS ID number (10 digits) Example: The CS ID number of CS number 03 is “8012301260”. The CS ID number of CS number 04 is “8012300360”. The location of the CS numbers are shown below. KX-TD816: CS 01 through 04 KX-TD1232: CS 01 through 16 CS 06...
  • Page 539 8.2.5 Site Survey Assigning the Cell Station ID Number to the PS 1. Set the PS Power Switch to ON while pressing (Talk), (Flash) FUNCTION<0-4> at the same time. Example 2. Press CS NO?(1-8) Example 3. Enter the Cell Station number. CS ID1= →...
  • Page 540 8.2.5 Site Survey Unplugging the Cable from the Cell Station After assigning the Cell Station ID number to the PS, unplug the cable from the Cell Station once. 8-20 DECT Portable Station Section...
  • Page 541 8.2.5 Site Survey DIP-Switch Setting After unplugging the Cell Station once, set the DIP-Switch as fol- lows. 1. Switch the Radio Signal Test Switch from OFF to ON. 2. Set the Channel Number Switches as desired. DIP-Switch Channel Number Switch Radio Signal (Default: Channel 0) Test Switch...
  • Page 542 8.2.5 Site Survey Connecting the AC Adaptor to the Cell Station After setting the DIP-Switch, connect the AC Adaptor (KX- A11BS1: 230 ACV, 50Hz) to the Cell Station. Note • Only use the AC Adaptor for the Site Survey. 8-22 DECT Portable Station Section...
  • Page 543 8.2.5 Site Survey Radio Signal Test using the PS After locating the Cell Station(s) temporarily, execute the Radio Signal Test using the PS. The PS scans whether there is a Cell Station it can link with on channel 0 right after entering the Radio Signal Test mode. The channel to be scanned can be changed by pressing the appropriate 0 through 9 keys.
  • Page 544 8.2.5 Site Survey 3. To record the result; 3-1. Press (Talk). ALL BOOK DATA • Attention!! IS CLEARED!! All directory data will be cleared. To return to the test result display, press (Clear). ARE YOU SURE? TALK=YES,TRANS=NO 3-2. Press (Talk). •...
  • Page 545 8.2.5 Site Survey Referring to the recorded Radio Signal Test result 1. Set the PS Power Switch to ON while pressing (Talk), (Flash) FUNCTION<0-4> at the same time. 2. Press RESULT OF SCAN LOG NO.?(0-9) Example 3. Enter the desired log number (0 through 9).
  • Page 546 8.2.5 Site Survey After the Site Survey After obtaining the proper measurement results, the following pro- cedures are required before mounting the Cell Station to the wall. 1. Disconnect the AC adaptor. 2. Switch the Radio Signal Test Switch of the Cell Station from ON to OFF.
  • Page 547: Wall Mounting

    8.2.6 Wall Mounting 1. Place the template (included) on the wall to mark the two screw positions. 2. Install the two screws (included) into the wall. 3. Hook the Cell Station on the screw heads. Mounting on Concrete or Mortar Walls In step 2, drill two holes and drive the anchor plugs (included) with a hammer flush to the wall.
  • Page 548: Dect Portable Station Features

    DECT Portable Station Features igital Wireless Connection Description The system supports the connection of a DECT Portable Station (PS), KX-TD7500. It can be used in the system with other telephones. Conditions • The KX-TD816 system supports up to 16 PSs and the KX-TD1232 sys- tem supports up to 64 PSs.
  • Page 549: Button, Flexible

    DECT Portable Station Features PS Feature Conditions Most of the features described in Section 3 are supported by a system with a DECT Portable Station (PS). However the following features are not supported. Background Music (BGM) Executive Busy Override – CO Line EXtra Device Port (XDP) Handsfree Operation –...
  • Page 550 DECT Portable Station Features PS C ITLE ONDITION Class of Service (COS) • Program [657], “PS Class of Service,” is required for assigning each PS a Class of Service (COS). CO Incoming Call • The display type for a PS when an incoming call is recieved can be Information Display selected by program [676], “PS Incoming Call Display.”...
  • Page 551 DECT Portable Station Features PS C ITLE ONDITION Extension Group • The PS extension group can be used with the Group Call Pickup. • The PS extension group can be assigned in program [658] “PS Extension Group Assignment.” Flexible Numbering •...
  • Page 552 DECT Portable Station Features PS C ITLE ONDITION Message Waiting • “ ” is displayed as notification. • The Message button can be activated by selecting it on the display. For details, refer to the Key Operation in the User Manual. •...
  • Page 553: Call Directory

    DECT Portable Station Features all Directory Description PS users can store names and/or phone numbers in the directory. A stored number is dialled out by selecting a name or phone num- ber in the directory. There are four types of directory features, including one PS directo- ry and three PBX directories, as follows.
  • Page 554: Ps Programming

    DECT Portable Station Features S Programming Description PS users can change the default settings of PS Programming according to their needs. There are two passwords, a PS Programming password and System Lock password, to enter into the programming mode. The PS Programming password is programmed in PS Programming, and the System Lock password is programmed in the initial PS registra- tion or in PS Programming.
  • Page 555 Cancelling the PS Registration Setting the Guidance Menu Setting the PS Programming Password Setting the System Lock *: Only displayed when registered to a Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid System and “ ” is displayed. Conditions • If only one DECT system is connected, the “Selecting the DECT System”...
  • Page 556: Super Extra Device Port (sxdp)

    DECT Portable Station Features uper EXtra Device Port (SXDP) Description The Super EXtra Device Port (SXDP) allows a proprietary portable station (PS) to be used in parallel with a proprietary wired (PT) or single line telephone (SLT). When in the SXDP mode, your PS can make or receive calls as usual, but can also receive calls reaching the paired telephone.
  • Page 557 DECT Portable Station Features • The following list shows the conditions when using a certain feature while in SXDP mode. EATURE ONDITION Call Log, Outgoing • The memory of Call Log is used together. The call logged by the wired telephone can be used by the PS and vice versa. Budget Management •...
  • Page 558: Dect Ps System Programming

    DECT PS System Programming DECT PS System Programming Conditions Most of the system programming described in Section 4 is supported by a system with a DECT portable station (PS). In addition, the programs which are described in the following pages are required to use the PS. Use your display proprietary wired telephone for programming.
  • Page 559: Ps Flexible Co Button Assignment

    1 through 8 (CO line group number) †: 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-TVP100). Default All PSs – CO buttons 1 through 3 = Single-CO 01 through 03 Programming Enter 020.
  • Page 560 DECT PS System Programming PS Flexible CO Button Assignment (contd.) Enter the PS registration number. You can also keep pressing NEXT until the desired PS registration number is displayed. Display: PT-PGM Mode Press the CO button to be changed. The display shows the button pre-assignment. Display example: CO-01 Enter the button code (plus parameter, if required).
  • Page 561: Ps Registration

    DECT PS System Programming PS Registration Description Assigns a registration number and an extension number to each PS. Steps 1 through 5 and 22 through 24 must be operated with your display PT, and steps 6 through 21 with the PS whose registration number is to be set.
  • Page 562 DECT PS System Programming PS Registration (contd.) Press the Book button repeatedly until the display below appears. Display: REGISTRATION Press the Auto/OK button. Display example: DECT-SYS-NO. 1234 Enter the DECT system number. Display example: DECT-SYS-NO. Press the Auto/OK button. Display example: ENTER PASSWORD Enter the PS password.
  • Page 563 DECT PS System Programming PS Registration (contd.) (With a display PT) To program another PS, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired PS registration number. Repeat steps 4 through 21. Press END. Conditions • It is possible to search the display by pressing # (Next) or (Previous) in steps 8 and 10.
  • Page 564: Ps Termination

    DECT PS System Programming PS Termination Description Deletes a stored PS so that it cannot be used in the system. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 Default Not applicable. Programming Enter 651. Display: PS Termination Press NEXT.
  • Page 565 DECT PS System Programming PS Termination (contd.) Press STORE. To delete another PS, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired PS registration number. Repeat steps 3 through 7. Press END. Conditions • Deleting the same PS registration number from the PS by PS Programming is only necessary when it is deleted after “Rejected”...
  • Page 566: Ps Extension Name Set

    DECT PS System Programming PS Extension Name Set Description Assigns names to the PS extension numbers programmed in program [671], “PS Extension Number Set.” Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 • Name: 10 characters (max.) Default All PSs –...
  • Page 567: Sxdp Assignment

    DECT PS System Programming SXDP Assignment Description Disables or enables the Super EXtra Device Port (SXDP) feature for wired extensions. Selection • Jack number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 (-1 / -2), KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 (-1 / -2), (-1= first part, -2= second part, =all jacks) •...
  • Page 568: Ps Budget Management

    DECT PS System Programming PS Budget Management Description Assigns the charge limit for a call on a PS basis. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, ( =all PS registration numbers) • Charge limit (Charge): 0 through 99999999 Default All PSs –...
  • Page 569: Ps Charge Verification Assignment

    DECT PS System Programming PS Charge Verification Assignment Description Assigns the PS which is allowed to refer or clear the charge information on the extension, CO line, department code, account code, and total. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 570: Ps Class Of Service

    DECT PS System Programming PS Class of Service Description Programs each PS a Class of Service (COS). The COS determines the call handling abilities for each PS. Primary and secondary COS numbers can be assigned for each PS. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 571: Call Pickup, Group

    DECT PS System Programming PS Extension Group Assignment Description Assigns each PS to an extension group. Extension groups are used for Group Call Pickup and Paging – Group Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, ( =all PS registration numbers) •...
  • Page 572 659-660 8.4 DECT PS System Programming PS DIL 1:N Extension — Day / Night Description A DIL 1:N line can be assigned to call more than one extension. All incoming calls from the programmed CO lines are directed to the specified PSs. This program assigns the PSs for each CO line in both the day and night modes.
  • Page 573 8.4 DECT PS System Programming 659-660 PS DIL 1:N Extension — Day / Night (contd.) Conditions • To assign all CO lines to one selection, press the key in step 4. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for CO line 01 or the PS which has the lowest PS registration number.
  • Page 574 661-662 8.4 DECT PS System Programming PS Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night Description Determines which CO lines can be accessed by a PS in both the day and night modes. PS users can make outgoing outside calls using the assigned CO lines.
  • Page 575: Co Line Connection Assignment

    8.4 DECT PS System Programming 661-662 PS Outgoing Permitted CO Line Assignment — Day / Night (contd.) Conditions • To assign all PSs or all CO lines to one selection, press the key in step 3 or 4. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for CO line 01 or the PS which has the lowest PS registration number.
  • Page 576 663-664 8.4 DECT PS System Programming PS Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day / Night Description These programs assign which PSs will ring when a doorphone call is received during the day and night modes. Programmed PSs are also allowed to open the door. Selection •...
  • Page 577: Ps Voice Mail Access Codes

    DECT PS System Programming PS Voice Mail Access Codes Description Assigns a mailbox number for each PS only if program [990], “System Additional Information, Field (18),” is set to “free.” Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 578: Ps Extension Connection Assignment

    DECT PS System Programming PS Extension Connection Assignment Description Assigns whether the PS can perform all accesses or not. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, ( =all PS registration numbers) • Connect / No Connect Default All PSs –...
  • Page 579: Ps Data Line Security

    DECT PS System Programming PS Data Line Security Description Sets or cancels the Data Line Security mode on a PS basis. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, ( =all PS registration numbers) •...
  • Page 580: Isdn Ddi Number Ps Extension Number Transformation

    DECT PS System Programming ISDN DDI Number / PS Extension Number Transformation Description Used to convert a DDI number to a PS extension number in order to send an incoming DDI call to a specific extension. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 –...
  • Page 581: Ps Extension Number Set

    DECT PS System Programming PS Extension Number Set Description Assigns an extension number to each PS. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 • PS extension number: 2 through 4 digits Default All PSs –...
  • Page 582 DECT PS System Programming PS Extension Number Set (contd.) • A PS extension number is invalid if the first or second digits do not match with the setting in program [100], “Flexible Numbering, (01) – (16) 1st through 16th hundred extension blocks.” If one digit is assigned as the leading digit, some PS extension numbers have two or three digits.
  • Page 583: Ps Password Set

    DECT PS System Programming PS Password Set Description Assigns a registration password, which is used for registration (program [650], “PS Registration”), to each PS. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16 KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64 • PS password: 4 digits Default All PSs –...
  • Page 584: Ps Clip / Colp Number Assignment

    DECT PS System Programming PS CLIP / COLP Number Assignment Description Selects the type of additional number to the CLIP and COLP information when making and answering a call through an ISDN line. You can select the type from one of the following: DDI: Subscriber number + DDI number None: Subscriber number + Optional number Selection...
  • Page 585: Ps Extension Intercept Routing — Day / Night

    8.4 DECT PS System Programming 674-675 PS Extension Intercept Routing — Day / Night Description Sets the Intercept Routing destination for each PS in both day and night modes. Selection • PS registration number: KX-TD816 – 01 through 16, KX-TD1232 – 01 through 64, ( =all PS registration numbers) •...
  • Page 586: Display, Call Information

    8.4 DECT PS System Programming PS Incoming Call Display Description Selects the display type for each PS when an incoming call is received. You can select the display type from one of the following: Caller: The incoming caller’s telephone number and name are displayed.
  • Page 587: Ps Itemized Code Set

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