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Panasonic KX-TA624. System Outline zInitial configuration of 3 CO X 8 Stations zKX-TA62477 Card adds 3 CO X 8 Stations zKX-TA62470 Card adds 8 Stations.

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1 Panasonic KX-TA624

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

3 KX-TA624 zInitially configured with 3 CO X 8 Station zExternalMusic Source zExternal Paging Jack zRS-232 for SMDR zGround Screw zOn/Off

4 KX-TA624 System Outline z1 External Paging Jack (Radio Shack Cat. No ) z1 External Music On Hold Input Jack (Radio Shack Cat. No ) z1 Station Message Detail Recording RS-232 (Radio Shack Cat. No. zReset Switch zSystem Clear Switch zVertical / Horizontal Mounting

5 KX-TA624 System Connections zCentral Office LinesRJ-14 CO Lines zExtensionsRJ-14 Extensions zPaging Jack3.55 mm zMusic On Hold Jack3.55 mm zSMDR9 pin Male RS-232

6 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.

7 KX-TA62477 z3 CO and 8 Ext Expansion Card zLines 4 through 6 zJacks 9 through 16

8 KX-TA62470 z8 Extension Expansion Card zThis card can be installed directly to the system for a 3 CO X 16 station, or connected to the KX-TA62477 for jacks 17 through 24.

9 KX-TA62493 CLID zProvides Name or Number to a Proprietary Telephone zKX-T7130 or KX- T7030 z2 cards maximum zcard for lines 1-3, and lines 4-6

10 KX-TA62491 zDISA (Direct Inward Station Access) zDay / Night message zFax Detection zOne Touch Access to stations or ring groups zOne per system

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

12 KX-T30865 zDoor phone unit zCan be mounted inside HoloSound Model 100 Brass Face Plate (714) zRing- Day, Night, Lunch zDoor Opener Day, Night, Lunch

13 KX-T Proprietary Devices zKX-T7130 zKX-T7030 zKX-T7020 zKX-T7050 zKX-T7055 zKX-T7040 zKX-T7880

14 KX-T7130 zLarge Display Speaker phone. z12 Flex CO Buttons z12 Flex Func Buttons zHandset/Headset zWhite or Black

15 KX-T7030 zDisplay Speakerphone z12 Flex CO Buttons z4 Flex Function Buttons

16 KX-T7020 zSpeakerphone z12 Flex CO Buttons z4 Flex Function Buttons

17 KX-T7050 zMonitor Telephone z12 Flex CO Lines z4 Flex Monitor Buttons

18 KX-T7055 zMonitor Telephone z3 Flex CO Buttons z3 Flex Monitor Buttons zWhite Only

19 KX-T7885 z900 MHz Multi-Line Wireless Telephone with LCD y3 Line Multi-Function LCD xTop line for call activity and phone status symbols xMiddle line for normal display phone alpha-numeric text xBottom line for flexible button identification text y4 Programmable buttons for up to 12 functions y6 Ringer Modes including Vibrator Mode yHeadset Jack (2.5mm jack) yHigh Capacity, Quick Charging NiMH battery xAdditional KX-A276 batteries can be purchased separately

20 New Enhanced Capabilities z1 - 4 Door Phones and door openers zDISA with Fax Detection and OGM zCaller ID zStation Message Detail Record (SMDR) zVoice Mail Integration z Day, Night, Lunch Service z Flex ringing for Day, Night & Lunch Service z Account Codes z Room Monitor z Call Transfer to CO z Unattended Conference

21 Up to Four Doorphones zRequires the KX DP Card zOptional Doorphones - KX-T30865 zDay/Night/Lunch Ring Assignments zFlexible Ring Tone Pattern (three) zFlexible Ring Length (15 or 30 Seconds) zFlexible Door Opener Assignment and Times (for Day/Night/Lunch zAdjustable Door Opener Time

22 DISA (Direct Inward Station Access) zCaller hears a pre-recorded message (requires a KX-TA62491 card). Without this card, the caller hears a beep. zRecord up to two messages (Day/Night) zFax Detection (Req. a KX-TA62491) zOne Touch Dialing- to an extension, operator or ring group. Up to 10 codes. zProgrammable Security Codes

23 DISA continues zCalling an External Party- Security Codes, CO Security, 3 time and you’re out. zCan answer lines zDISA Busy Mode- Call Wait, Disconnect or hear DISA 2 message zIntercept on busy stations to another programmable station

24 Caller ID zRequires the KX-TA62493 card. Max 2 cards. Handles three CO’s each zLog up to 20 numbers. zMust use a KX-T7030 or KX-T7130 zWill not log to SLT zProgram CO buttons for CLID- red indication of stored calls zProg CO for Selection to scroll CLID info

25 TAM Extension zAssign a jack for TAM (Sys 611) zTAM answers CO, dial station connected to TAM, hear busy, dial “4”. zAll stations can be assigned as TAM z*Disconnects TAM Station

26 SMDR zPrint details to a computer or serial printer on outside calls zRequires a DB9-DB9 Null Modem Cable. Cable will be a female 9 pin to female 9 pin. zShows 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.

27 Voice Mail Integration zSupports In-Band Signaling (follow on ID) zUp to four ports zWorks with the KX-TVS75/100/200 zActivates the MW Light on 7000 Series zSupports immediate answer, delayed answer and DISA Intercept Routing zFlexible MW Button on 7000 Series

28 Day - Night - Lunch Service zFlexible Ringing- ( ) zDelayed Ringing- ( ) zIncoming Ring Service- ( ) Choice of DIL, DISA1, DISA2 zFlexible Out Dial ( )

29 Account Codes zSMDR can be used for Accounting / Billing z24 Separate Codes Available zIncoming Calls to SMDR is Optional zOutgoing Calls have four choices Verify- All Mode, Verify- Toll Mode Forced Mode,Option Mode zFour Digits (0 - 9) zEmergency Numbers override Acct. Entry

30 Room Monitor zMonitor APT or Door phone w/o a tone zMust be assigned (Sys 612) zActivate at phone (7351#) zCan Not Use a KX-T7050 or 7055 zSLT with MUTE button can be used for monitoring

31 Call Transfer CO / Unattended Conference zAllows an APT to Transfer an incoming CO or Intercom call to an outside CO zDisabled by default (Sys 606) zTimer Adjustment: Minutes zUnattended Conference- Leave the conference by Pressing CONF. Return by Pressing CONF. Max time 32 minutes

32 Additional Features zAdditional Timers: ( ) zDSS Console- Max two, uses station port zSystem Password, 4 digit, adjustable z12/24 Hour Clock zCO Line Indicator Assignment (Sys 109) Assigns capability of answering calls not assigned to ring. zFlash Key Mode (110) allows EFA

33 Additional Features zToll Restriction- Expanded zEmergency Dial Number- allows up to five phone numbers to over ride TRS zHost PBX Access Codes- Allows using the KX-TA624 in front of larger PBX. Ignores access codes in TRS tables zOutside Line Ringing Pattern- Choice of 3 zRing Group- for DISA only

34 Additional Features zAbsent Messages (6) zCall Park - 10 zones 22(0-9) to park 52(0-9) to answer zElectronic Station Lock zProgrammable MW Light zPersonal Speed Dial zPickup Dial

35 Additional Features zTimed Reminder zFlexible CO- CLID, Conf, DSS, FWD/DND Group CO, S-CO, O-CO, Log In/Out One touch Dial, Save zPreferred Line Assignment- In/Out

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37 Panasonic Communication Systems KX-TVS Voice Processing System Training

38 Voice Mail Integration zThe purpose of Voice Mail integration is to allow the Voice Processing System and the Super Hybrid System to communicate with each other. zThree types of integration are available: Digital(Out of Band for KX- TD systems), Analog (In-band integration for all other systems with In-band integration capability), and APITS for the KX-TA624-1

39 Analog Integration Wiring 1 2 CO Card To Tip and Ring of SLT extension ports

40 Introducing the KX-TVS50 z…the newest addition to the KX-TVS line of Voice Processing Systems (VPS) z2 ports, 2 hours voice storage, expandable to 4 hours of voice storage zThe 2 hours of voice storage will be reduced by recording User Prompts zIf all System Prompts were to be recorded by the user, voice storage would be reduced by approximately 40 minutes

41 KX-TVS50 Specifications zIncreasing the voice storage from the initial 2 hours up to 4 hours is accomplished by adding an optional KX-TVS52 Flash Memory Expansion card z30 mailboxes, 2 manager mailboxes, utilizing Flash Memory with 7.2 Kbps voice compression zNew features include A-PITS integration with KX-TA624-1, Caller ID Routing, System and Station Caller ID Name Announce, and Personal Greeting for Caller ID

42 So what is Flash Memory? zDefinition-A solid-state mass-storage device that emulates a hard-disk drive zThis type of mass-storage device is suitable for portable computers, personal digital assistants (PDA), digital still cameras, MP3 players and other devices requiring high-density non-volatile data storage

43 What are the advantages? zThe advantages of this type of storage device is that it is: yextremely rugged and reliable ycompact yfast sustainable read/write capability ymuch less expensive than hard-disk drives yand has low single-voltage power requirements

44 KX-TVS50 Specifications zThe KX-TVS50 comes with 2 Flash memory chips, one for 2 hours of voice storage, the other for system prompts and programming storage. zThe KX-TVS52 Flash Memory Expansion card has one Flash memory chip for an additional 2 hours of voice storage

45 KX-TVS50 Specifications zThe KX-TVS50’s appearance is very similar to the KX-TVS75, with two noticeable differences yA 4 position dip switch is used to determine the system mode rather than a rotary switch yThe system upper chassis has a built-in ferrite core used to reduce noise and other spurious oscillations from being introduced into the system through station cabling

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48 Mode Switch Positions zMode Switch Positions y0000Normal operation position y1000Initializes RS-232C parameters y0100D-PITS Auto Configuration for AA service 1 y1100D-PITS Auto Configuration for VM service 1 y1101Not used y1010Initializes VPS. Clears all data and messages y0110Flash memory Read/Write test y0101A-PITS Auto Configuration for AA service 2 y1101A-PITS Auto Configuration for VM service 2 1 Used for KX-TD D-PITS integration only 2 Used for KX-TA A-PITS integration only

49 Some New Terminology zTo date, two types of Voice Processing System integration were available in the KX-TVS line of VPS’s, In-band and D-PITS zA-PITS - Analog Proprietary Integrated Telephone System zA-PITS Integration - A proprietary 4-wire out of band Voice Processing System integration supported by the KX-TVS50 and KX-TA624-1 NEW

50 A-PITS zSignaling and control information is transmitted and received between the 624 and 50 across the D 1 and D 2 pair of an extension port zVoice is provided by the Tip and Ring pair for that extension port zEach A-PITS integrated port supports one VPS port (Unlike D-PITS integration which provides two VPS ports per station ports)

51 Integration zThe KX-TVS50 supports: yIn-band with telephone systems providing In-band integration yD-PITS with KX-TD308/816/1232/500 yA-PITS with the KX-TA624-1

52 System Administration zProgramming and administration can be accomplished by using either a dumb terminal program (i.e.. HyperTerminal) or any other communication software (i.e. ProcommPlus) zProgramming menus are the same as the other KX-TVS models with additional programming added for the new features - System Caller ID Name Announce & Caller ID Call Routing

53 System Administration Laptop with a Modem Program such as Hyperterminal, Procomm for Windows Programming RS-232C` Null Modem Cable If your Laptop has a DB-9 serial connector use: Radio Shack Cable (DB-9 to DB-25) Cat. No Radio Shack Null Modem Adapter (25 pin) Cat. No B or Radio Shack Null Modem Adapter (9 pin) Cat. No A

54 New KX-TVS50 Features zThese features are supported by A-PITS or D-PITS integration ySystem Caller ID Name Announce yStation Caller ID Name Announce yPersonnel Greetings for Caller ID yCaller ID Routing zCaller ID card(s) are required for these features to operate KX-TD193 or KX- TA62493

55 System Caller ID Name Announce z120 Caller ID Numbers (20 digit max.) can be entered into system programming via programming terminal ySystem Parameter Setting-System Caller ID Announce zA name can be recorded for each of the 120 Caller ID numbers by the Message Manager in mailbox 998 y* for System Caller ID Name Announce recording

56 System Caller ID Name Announce zSo how does this work? yAn incoming Caller ID call arrives at CO port of phone system that is programmed to ring to a VPS port yCaller ID information is transmitted to VPS via A- PITS or D-PITS link. yVPS answers, plays prompts, caller dials digits to transfer call to an extension yWhen extension answers, the user is given a prompt with states “You have a call from (recorded name). To answer the call press one, otherwise press 2 and hang up.

57 System Caller ID Name Announce zIf no Caller ID is provided, private, out of area, or the number is not registered, the normal transfer sequence occurs without announcement

58 Station Caller ID Name Announce zFunctions in the same way as System Caller ID Name announce z30 Personal Caller ID Name Announce entries can be entered per mailbox y*MB 5-5 for Station Caller ID Name Announce programming zSystem Caller ID Name Announce has priority over Station Caller ID Name Announce

59 Caller ID Personal Greeting zUp to four personalized mailbox greetings can be recorded in addition to the normal busy, no answer, and after-hours greetings zEach of the personalized greetings can have up to eight Caller ID numbers assigned to it y* can be used as a wildcard when entering the Caller ID numbers y*MB for Caller ID Personal Greeting programming

60 Caller ID Personal Greeting zWhen an outside caller with a Caller ID number that has been assigned in the mailbox enters the mailbox, a custom greeting for that caller will be played

61 Caller ID Routing zCaller ID Routing allows an incoming caller to be routed to a specific location or service based on the Caller ID number provided zCalls can be routed to a mailbox, extension, or Custom Service

62 Caller ID Routing zUp to 120 Caller ID numbers can be entered into the system yService Setting - Caller ID Routing yCaller ID number can be up to 20 digits y* can be used as wildcard yO or P can be entered for Out of Area & Private yA route description up to 20 characters can be entered zThis feature can operate in conjunction with the System & Personal Caller ID Name Announce features

63 What else is new in the KX-TVS50? zNew factory default voice prompts yFaster cadence & less pause time between prompts zImproved Installation Manual provided on CD-ROM yImproved organization yIncludes the KX-TA and KX-TD phone system programming related to VPS integration

64 What else is new in the KX-TVS50? zScreened transfer with Call ID is now supported zCompany Greetings have been removed zThe KX-TVS50 does not support the Two- Way Record and Two-Way Transfer features.

65 Setup for the KX-TA624 zSYSTEM PROGRAMMING zSystem Program 130 for Jack 07 or 07 & 08 zSystem Program 131for Jack 15 or 15 & 16 zUse a four conductor line cord to KX-TVS50 for each port (jack 07 to port one of KX-TVS50, etc) zSystem Program 000 to set the time zSystem Program 900 to enable CID zSystem Program 414 for Day Ring zSystem Program 415 for Night Ring zSystem Program 416 for Lunch Ring

66 Station Programming zCID Button- Press CO, press 6, Store (CID Transmitted through TVS) zCID Selection- Press CO, press 7, Store zLCS- Press CO, dial 92, Store zLCS Cancel- Press CO, dial 93, Store LCS Password- Intercom 77* _ _ _ _ _ _ # Hands Free- Station Program #11 Store Private- Station Program #12 Store zVTR- Press CO, dial 94: 107, Store zCall Forward ALL Calls- Intercom # zCall Forward Busy, No Answer- Intercom # zCall Forward Cancel- Intercom 710#

67 Default & Configuration for the KX-TA624-1 / KX-VS50 zConnect the computer to the KX-TVS50 prior to initializing. zUsing Hyperterminal, Procomm Plus for Windows, or any dumb terminal, have the settings at 9600, N, 8, 1and set for VT100 zConnect the KX-TS50 to the computer with a null modem cable. zSet the Dip Switch on the KX-TVS50 to 0101 zPlug the power cord to the KX-TVS50 and wait for screen to tell you to reset the switched to 0000 zGo through Quick Setup, choosing the “KX-TA” for the Telephone

68 New Features zNo Company Greetings zDe-Activate the Following Greeting from the Message Manager by calling 107, #6*998, 5,6,1, enter Prompt Number, press 3 y248 “Good Afternoon” y249 “Good Evening” y250 “Good Morning” y819 “Welcome to the Voice Processing System” yRecord the entire Greeting in the Custom Service by dialing #6*998, 5,4,1 yAssign the Port on the Computer to use the corresponding Custom Service for Day and Night Mode. 1,4,2

69 zCaller ID Routing xSystem (120 entries available) xS.A. (Computer) 1,4,3 xSends CID to a specific MB, Extension or Custom Service zPersonal Greetings for CID yFour Personal Greeting with 8 telephone numbers each yGo into Mailbox, dial 5, 1, 4 to assign Greetings and Numbers zStation CID Name Announce yAssign up to 30 CID Numbers per Mailbox and record a name for each number. Recorded name is heard when listening to messages or calls have been transferred from the VPS yGo into Mailbox, dial 5, 5

70 zSystem CID Name Announce yUp to 120 CID numbers with names recorded. These will be played when calls are transferred through the VPS. (CID Screening). Names will also be heard when using the intercom paging features yEnable in the COS yCan be used Call Screening, Intercom Paging in Call Transfer Service or in Incomplete Call Handling zSystem Administration 1, 5, 6, 1 to enter numbers zMessage Manager to record names #6*998, 5, 8


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