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1 Panasonic KX-TA624 DON NULPH. 2 KX-TA624 §Initially configured with 3 CO X 8 Station §ExternalMusic Source §External Paging Jack §RS-232 for SMDR §Ground.

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1 1 Panasonic KX-TA624 DON NULPH

2 2 KX-TA624 §Initially configured with 3 CO X 8 Station §ExternalMusic Source §External Paging Jack §RS-232 for SMDR §Ground Screw §On/Off

3 3 KX-TA624 System Outline §1 External Paging Jack (Radio Shack Cat. No ) §1 External Music On Hold Input Jack (Radio Shack Cat. No ) §1 Station Message Detail Recording RS-232 §Reset Switch §System Clear Switch §Vertical / Horizontal Mounting

4 4 KX-TA624 System Connections §Central Office LinesRJ-14 CO Lines §ExtensionsRJ-14 Extensions §Paging Jack3.55 mm §Music On Hold Jack3.55 mm §SMDR9 pin Male RS- 232

5 5 1. The cable from the RS-232 should be a null modem. 2. Ground should be a 12 AWG or larger and connected to a good known source. 3. Electrical power outlet should be 120VAC with a ground 4. Incoming Central Office lines should be protected by using any well know lightning protector: Edco, Porta Systems,MP1 by ITTW Link, Panamax, etc.

6 6 System Outline §Initial configuration of 3 CO X 8 Stations §KX-TA62477 Card adds 3 CO X 8 Stations §KX-TA62470 Card adds 8 Stations §KX-TA62493 Caller ID Card for 3 CO lines §KX-TA62491 DISA / Fax Detection Card §KX-TA62460 Doorphone / Door Opener Card

7 7 KX-TA §3 CO and 8 Ext Expansion Card §Lines 4 through 6 §Jacks 9 through 16 §2 version lights back light on KX-T7135

8 8 KX-TA §8 Extension Expansion Card §This card can be installed directly to the system for a 3 CO X 16 station, or connected on the KX-TA62477 for jacks 17 through 24. §Lights back light

9 9 KX-TA62493 CLID §Provides Name or Number to a Proprietary Telephone §KX-T7130 or KX-T7030 §2 cards maximum §card for lines 1-3, and lines 4-6

10 10 KX-TA62491 §DISA (Direct Inward Station Access) §Day / Night message §Fax Detection §One Touch Access to stations or ring groups §One per system

11 11 KX-TA62460 §Card for 4 door phones (KX-T30865) §Card for 4 Door Openers (not provided) §Door phone connections RJ conductor line cord to jack. (red/green to DP 1, black/yellow to DP 2)

12 12 KX-T30865 §Door phone unit §Can be mounted inside HoloSound Model 100 Brass Face Plate (714) §Ring- Day, Night, Lunch §Door Opener Day, Night, Lunch

13 13 KX-T Proprietary Devices §KX-T7130 §KX-T7135 §KX-T7030 §KX-T7020 §KX-T7050 §KX-T7055 §KX-T7040 §KX-T7880/KX-T7885

14 14 KX-T7130/KX-T7135 §Large Display Speaker phone. §12 Flex CO Buttons §12 Flex Func Buttons §Handset/Headset §White or Black §7135 has back lit LCD display

15 15 KX-T7030 §Display Speakerphone §12 Flex CO Buttons §4 Flex Function Buttons

16 16 KX-T7020 §Speakerphone §12 Flex CO Buttons §4 Flex Function Buttons

17 17 KX-T7050 §Monitor Telephone §12 Flex CO Lines §4 Flex Monitor Buttons

18 18 KX-T7055 §Monitor Telephone §3 Flex CO Buttons §3 Flex Monitor Buttons §White Only

19 19 KX-T7880 §Multi-Line Cordless §3 Flex CO Buttons §1 Intercom Button §Conference, Hold §Up to 24 on a system

20 20 KX-T7885 §900 MHz Multi-Line Wireless Telephone with LCD l 3 Line Multi-Function LCD Top line for call activity and phone status symbols Middle line for normal display phone alpha-numeric text Bottom line for flexible button identification text l 4 Programmable buttons for up to 12 functions l 6 Ringer Modes including Vibrator Mode l Headset Jack (2.5mm jack) l High Capacity, Quick Charging NiMH battery Includes one battery Additional KX-A276 batteries can be purchased separately

21 21 Advanced Hybrid Capabilities §1 - 4 Door Phones and door openers §DISA with Fax Detection and OGM §Caller ID §Station Message Detail Record (SMDR) §Voice Mail Integration §Day, Night, Lunch Service §Flex ringing for Day, Night & Lunch Service §Account Codes §Room Monitor §Call Transfer to CO §Unattended Conference

22 22 Up to Four Doorphones §Requires the KX DP Card §Optional Doorphones - KX-T30865 §Day/Night/Lunch Ring Assignments §Flexible Ring Tone Pattern (four) §Flexible Ring Length (15 or 30 Seconds) §Flexible Door Opener Assignment and Times (for Day/Night/Lunch §Adjustable Door Opener Time

23 23 DISA (Direct Inward Station Access) §Caller hears a pre-recorded message (requires a KX-TA62491 card). Without this card, the caller hears a beep. §Record up to two messages (Day/Night) §Fax Detection (Req. a KX-TA62491) §One Touch Dialing- to an extension, operator or ring group. Up to 10 codes. §Programmable Security Codes

24 24 DISA continues §Calling an External Party- Security Codes, CO Security, 3 time and you’re out. §Can answer lines §DISA Busy Mode- Call Wait, Disconnect or hear DISA 2 message §Intercept on busy stations to another programmable station

25 25 Caller ID §Requires the KX-TA62493 card. Max 2 cards. Handles three CO’s each §Log up to 20 numbers. §Must use a KX-T7030, KX-T7130, KX- T7135 §Will not log to SLT §Program CO buttons for CLID- red indication of stored calls §Prog CO for Selection to scroll CLID info

26 26 TAM Extension §Assign a jack for TAM (Sys 611) §TAM answers CO, dial station connected to TAM, hear busy, dial “4”. §All stations can be assigned as TAM §*Disconnects TAM Station

27 27 SMDR §Print details to a computer or serial printer on outside calls §Requires a DB9-DB9 Null Modem Cable. Cable will be a female 9 pin to female 9 pin. §Shows Date, Time, Ext. making the call, CO line the call was made on, dialed number, duration of call. Incoming will display callers number (with CLID from Telco and a KX- TA62493 card.

28 28 Voice Mail Integration §Supports In-Band Signaling (follow on ID) §Supports new APITS integration (624 only) §Up to four ports §Activates the MW Light on 7000 Series §Supports immediate answer, delayed answer and DISA Intercept Routing §Flexible MW Button on 7000 Series

29 29 Day - Night - Lunch Service §Flexible Ringing- ( ) §Delayed Ringing- ( ) §Incoming Ring Service- ( ) Choice of DIL, DISA1, DISA2 §Flexible Out Dial ( )

30 30 Account Codes §SMDR can be used for Accounting / Billing §24 Separate Codes Available §Incoming Calls to SMDR is Optional §Outgoing Calls have four choices Verify- All Mode, Verify- Toll Mode Forced Mode,Option Mode §Four Digits (0 - 9) §Emergency Numbers override Acct. Entry

31 31 Room Monitor §Monitor APT or Door phone w/o a tone §Must be assigned (Sys 612) §Activate at phone (7351#) §Can Not Use a KX-T7050 or 7055 §SLT with MUTE button can be used for monitoring

32 32 Call Transfer CO / Unattended Conference §Allows an APT to Transfer an incoming CO or Intercom call to an outside CO §Disabled by default (Sys 606) §Timer Adjustment: Minutes §Unattended Conference- Leave the conference by Pressing CONF. Return by Pressing CONF. Max time 32 minutes

33 33 Additional Features §Additional Timers: ( ) §DSS Console- Max two, uses station port §System Password, 4 digit, adjustable §12/24 Hour Clock §CO Line Indicator Assignment (Sys 109) Assigns capability of answering calls not assigned to ring. §Flash Key Mode (110) allows EFA

34 34 Additional Features §Emergency Dial Number- allows up to five phone numbers to over ride TRS §Host PBX Access Codes- Allows using the KX-TA624 behind a larger PBX. Ignores access codes in TRS tables §Outside Line Ringing Pattern- Choice of 3 §Ring Group- for DISA only

35 35 Additional Features §Absent Messages (6) §Call Park - 10 zones 22(0-9) to park 52(0-9) to answer §Electronic Station Lock §Programmable MW Light §Personal Speed Dial §Pickup Dial

36 36 Additional Features §Timed Reminder §Flexible CO- CLID, Conf, DSS, FWD/DNDGroup CO, S-CO, O-CO, Log In/OutOne touch Dial, Save §Preferred Line Assignment- In/Out §Privacy Release (N/A) §Unattended Conference

37 37 Station Programming §On extension 101 assign the following buttons: l PF button 1-Day button l PF button 2-Night button l PF button 3-Lunch button l Co button 3-Dss/Blf of ext. 103

38 38 Station Programming Cont. l Co button 4 for (Caller ID indication Button) l Co button 5 for (Caller ID Selection Button)

39 39 Station Programming. §Program extension 102 for (Idle line preference) §Program extension 103 for (Call waiting tone type two)

40 40 Toll Restriction §5 Levels of toll restriction/Class of service §Level one allows all calls. (Assigned by default) §Levels 2-5 Programmable (20 denies) §5 Classes of service (Each assigned TRS for day, night,lunch) §One exception codes table (80 entries) 20 per level.

41 41 Toll Restriction Lab §Program extension 101 to dial long distance local, and toll free exchanges. Restrict dialing. program (302) §Program extension 102 to dial local calls only program (303) §Allow extension 102 to dial 1800, 1888,1877,1866. Program 306

42 42 System Programming §Program date and time (000) §Enter 5 system speed dial numbers (001) §Change Day/Lunch/Night service to automatic (006) §Program day start to 9:00 a.m. Lunch start time to 12:00, Lunch end time to 1:30 p.m. Night start time to 5:00 p.m. (007)

43 43 System Programming Cont. §Program jack 07 for Voice mail port (102) §Program jack 03&04 into extension group 3 (600) §Program extension group 3 as a circular hunt group (101) §Program doorphone 1 to ring at jacks 02&03 only for Day,Lunch,and night ( )


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