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Panasonic KX-T7425Panasonic KX-T7425 24 Co Line w/ SPEAKER-WHITE
24 Programmable line buttons dual color LED Speakerphone. Jog Dial volume control for handset, ring and speaker. XPD enables to connect to any single-line device. Off-hook call announce (announces incoming calls through handset.) Black White: Excellent phone for lobbies, guest areas and dining facilities

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Brand: Panasonic
Part Numbers: KX-T7425, KXT7425
UPC: 037988825547, KX-T7425

 

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Conference....4-49 Conference, Unattended...4-51 D Data Line Security....4-52 Direct Inward System Access (DISA)..4-53 Do Not Disturb (DND)....4-55 Do Not Disturb (DND) Override...4-57 Doorphone Call....4-58 E Electronic Station Lockout....4-60 Emergency Call....4-62 Executive Busy Override Extension...4-63 Executive Busy Override Outside Line...4-64 Executive Busy Override Deny....4-65 External Feature Access....4-66 F Flash....4-68 Full One-Touch Dialing....4-69 H Handset Microphone Mute....4-70 Handsfree Answerback....4-71 Handsfree Operation....4-72 I Intercom Calling....4-73 L Live Call Screening (LCS)....4-75 Lockout....4-80 Log-In / Log-Out....4-81 M Message Waiting....4-83 Microphone Mute...4-86 N Night Service....4-87
O Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)...4-88 Off-Hook Monitor....4-90 One-Touch Dialing....4-91 Operator Call....4-92 Outward Dialing, Line Access SUMMARY..4-93 Line Access, Automatic....4-95 Line Access, Individual....4-96 P Paging SUMMARY....4-97 Paging All....4-98 Paging External...4-99 Paging Group...4-100 Paging ANSWER...4-102 Paging and Transfer...4-103 Paralleled Telephone Connection....4-106 Phantom Extension....4-108 Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)...4-109 Privacy Release....4-111 Pulse to Tone Conversion....4-112 Q Quick Dialing...4-113 R Redial, Last Number....4-114 Redial, Saved Number....4-115 S Secret Dialing....4-116 Station Feature Clear...4-117 Station Speed Dialing....4-118 System Speed Dialing....4-120 T Timed Reminder...4-122 Toll Restriction Override...4-125 Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry...4-125 Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing..4-126 Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)..4-127 Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail...4-128
U Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)...4-129 V Voice Mail Integration....4-130 Voice Mail Transfer...4-132 W Walking COS...4-133 Whisper OHCA....4-135
4.3 Operator / Manager Service Features.4-137
Background Music (BGM) External..4-138 Call Log Lock Control, Incoming...4-141 Live Call Screening Password Control...4-142 Night Service On / Off...4-143 Outgoing Message (OGM)....4-147 Remote Station Lock Control...4-155 System Working Report....4-156 Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)..4-157
4.4 Special Display Features...4-164
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb...4-165 Call Log, Incoming....4-167 Call Log Lock, Incoming....4-172 Call Log, Outgoing....4-174 KX-T7235 Display Features...4-175 Call Directory....4-176 System Feature Access Menu...4-177 KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features..4-184 Call Directory....4-187 System Feature Access Menu...4-192

With 24-character/6-line readout: Shows the date, time, dialed number or name, call duration time, etc. In Programming mode, it shows the programming messages.
Soft Buttons (S1 through S3) Function Buttons (F6 through F10)
SHIFT Button PAUSE Button TRANSFER Button MESSAGE Button

s KX-T7220

MESSAGE Button FWD/DND Button CONF Button INTERCOM Button

RINGER Volume Selector

TRANSFER Button REDIAL Button PROGRAM Button FLASH Button VOLUME Control Button HOLD Button AUTO DIAL/STORE Button Microphone AUTO ANSWER/MUTE Button SP-PHONE Button

s KX-T7230

PROGRAM Button Flexible CO Buttons (Outside lines 01 through 24) MESSAGE Button FWD/DND Button CONF Button INTERCOM Button Soft Buttons (S1 through S3) Display (Liquid Crystal Display)
with 16-characters/2-line readout: Shows the date, time, dialed number or name, call duration time, etc. In Programming mode, it shows the Programming instructions.

SHIFT Button

TRANSFER Button REDIAL Button FLASH Button HOLD Button Microphone SP-PHONE Button PAUSE Button VOLUME Control Button AUTO DIAL/STORE Button AUTO ANSWER/MUTE Button

s KX-T7235

Function Buttons (F1 through F5) PROGRAM Button MESSAGE Button FWD/DND Button CONF Button INTERCOM Button
with 24-characters/6-line readout: Shows the date, time, dialed number or name, call duration time, etc. In Programming mode, it shows the Programming instructions.
Function Buttons (F6 through F10)
SHIFT Button Soft Buttons (S1 through S3) Flexible CO Buttons (Outside lines 01 through 12) TRANSFER Button PAUSE Button VOLUME Control Button AUTO DIAL/STORE Button AUTO ANSWER/MUTE Button
REDIAL Button FLASH Button HOLD Button Microphone SP-PHONE Button

s KX-T7250

Memory Card Flexible CO Buttons (Outside lines 01 through 06)
Pull out the card and write down the names or phone numbers associated with automatic dialing numbers.

INTERCOM Button

IG H W NO O L
REDIAL Button FLASH Button HOLD Button MONITOR Button
PROGRAM Button VOLUME Control Button AUTO DIAL/STORE Button TRANSFER Button

Feature Buttons

Digital proprietary telephones (DPTs) have the following types of Feature Buttons: Fixed Buttons Flexible Buttons

Fixed Buttons

Fixed buttons have specific functions permanently assigned to them. These default function assignments cannot be changed. The following table lists the fixed buttons located on each DPT model. Feature Button AUTO ANSWER/MUTE AUTO DIAL/STORE CONF FLASH FLASH/RCL Function buttons FWD/DND HOLD INTERCOM Jog Dial MESSAGE MODE MONITOR PAUSE PROGRAM REDIAL SELECT SHIFT Soft buttons SP-PHONE TRANSFER VOLUME indicates the button is available. T7420 T7425 T7431 T7433 T7436 T7220 T7230 T7235 T7250

(Preferred Line Assignment Outgoing) (Preferred Line Assignment Incoming) (Full One-Touch Dialing Assignment) (Intercom Alert Assignment) (Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment) (Self-Extension Number Confirmation) (Live Call Screening Mode Set) (Initial Display Selection) (Bilingual Display Selection) (Handset / Headset Selection) (Remote Station Lock Control)* (Call Log Lock Control, Incoming)* (Live Call Screening Password Control) (Station Speed Dialing Number/Name Assignment for KX-T7431 and KX-T7433)
(Station Programming Data Default Set)

PROGRAM (Exit)

Bilingual Display Selection
Allows you to select the display in English or French. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM] [9] [9].
1. Dial 82. The display shows the current display type.
2. Dial 1 or 2. - 1: for the English display - 2: for the French display 3. Press the STORE button. The STORE indicator lights. The display shows the initial programming mode.
To exit the Station Programming mode : Press [PROGRAM] or lift the handset.
The default is the English display mode.
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Allows you to select the call waiting tone type (Tone 1 or Tone 2). Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM] [9] [9].
1. Dial 5. The display shows the current tone type. 2. Dial 1 or 2. - 1 : to select Call Waiting Tone 1 - 2 : to select Call Waiting Tone 2 3. Press the STORE button. The STORE indicator lights. The display shows the initial programming mode.
The tone type patterns are described in the Appendix (Section 8). The default is Tone 1.
Flexible CO Button Assignment
Each Flexible CO button on your telephone can be assigned as various feature buttons such as an Account Button, DSS Button, FWD/DND Button, etc. The features assignable are limited by the button type. Please refer to Flexible CO Buttons in Section 1.1. The Flexible CO Button Assignment in System Programming (program address [005]) can be used for this assignment.
Account Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as an Account button. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM] [9] [9]. 1 1. Press the desired Flexible CO button you wish to assign as the Account button. 2. Dial 6. The display shows: Account 3

Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as a Loop-CO button. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM] [9] [9]. 1 1. Press the Flexible CO button you wish to assign as the LCO button. 2. Dial. The display shows: Loop-CO 3
Loop-CO (L-CO) Button (Assignment)
Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the Message Waiting (MESSAGE) button. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM] [9] [9]. 1 1. Press the desired Flexible CO button you wish to assign as the Message Waiting button. 2. Dial 3. The display shows: Message Waiting 3
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as an One-Touch Dialing button. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode: Press [PROGRAM] [9] [9]. 1 1. Press the Flexible CO button you wish to assign as an OneTouch Dialing button. 2. Dial 2. The display shows:
One-Touch Dialing Button (Assignment)
CLR 3 3. Enter the desired number (an extension number, phone number, etc.). Up to 16 digits can be stored. To erase an incorrect entry, press the CLR (S2) button or the TRANSFER (CLEAR) button.
(The TRANSFER button becomes the CLEAR button when using the

desired number

overlay.)
4. Press the STORE button. The STORE indicator lights. The display shows the initial programming mode.
The number can be an extension number, telephone number or a feature number. Up to sixteen digits can be stored in an One-Touch Dialing button. To store the telephone number of an outside party, a line access code (9 or 81 through 83) must be stored as the leading digit. You can store a number consisting of seventeen digits or more by dividing it and assigning it in two One-Touch Dialing buttons. In this case, the line access code should be stored in the first button. You can use 0 through 9, , #, PAUSE, FLASH or FLASH/RCL, CONF and INTERCOM for storing. # : change the dialing mode (Pulse to Tone) FLASH or FLASH/RCL : hook flash PAUSE : pause CONF : (hyphen) INTERCOM : for secret dialing KX-T7220 and KX-T7250 telephones do not have a PAUSE button. The PROGRAM button can be used instead of the PAUSE button while programming.

Intercom Calling (4.2/DPT Features, 5.2/Standard Telephone Features) KX-T7235 Display Features Call Directory (4.4/Special Display Features) KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features Call Directory (4.4/Special Display Features)
User Programming (Manager Programming) Extension Name Set
Assigns names to the extension numbers programmed in program [003] Extension Number Set. Jack number: 1 through 8 (-1 / -2) (-1 = first part, -2 = second part) Name: 10 characters (max.) All jacks Not stored 1. Enter 004.
Display: 004 EXT NAME SET
To enter jack number 1, you can also press NEXT. To select the second part (-2), press NEXT after entering a jack number. Display: #1-1:Not Stored
There is a maximum of 16 names. Each name has a maximum of 10 characters. Program [003] Extension Number Set is used to assign extension numbers. For an explanation of jack numbering, see Rotation of jack number on page 3-5.
User Programming (Manager Programming) Extension Name Set (contd.)

Section 4 DPT Features

Contents 4.1 Basic Operations...4-2 Making Calls...4-2 Receiving Calls...4-4 DPT Features (A - Z)...4-5 Operator / Manager Service Features..4-138 Special Display Features..4-165

4.2 4.3 4.4

<Note> When setting Idle Line Preference Outgoing, No Line Preference Outgoing or Prime (Outside Line) Preference, it is not possible to have access to any DPT features after going off-hook. To access DPT features, press the INTERCOM button after going off-hook or press the INTERCOM button directly without going off-hook. In this manual, the default feature numbers are used to describe each operation and illustration. Use the new programmed numbers if you have changed a number by System Programming. All illustrations used in these operating instructions are based on model KX-T7235.

Making Calls

Intercom Calling

Basic Operations

Allows you to make a call to another extension. 1 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2. Dial the extension number or press the DSS button.

Outward Dialing

Allows you to make a call to an outside party using one of the following line access methods. 1.) Line Access, Automatic 2.) Line Access, Individual 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2. Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83) or press a CO button. 9 : Line Access, Automatic - CO or 81 through 83 : Line Access, Individual

line access code

3. Dial the phone number.

2. Dial the feature number (750) and 4.
3. Enter the hour (00 through 23) and minute (00 through 59). You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. 4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.

hour and minute

Message 5. Out until %% / %% (month/day)
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 5.
3. Enter the month (01 through 12) and day (01 through 31). You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. 4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.

month and day

Message 6. In a Meeting
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 6. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. 3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Messages 7, 8 and 9. (Programmable)
2. Dial the feature number (750) and the desired message number (7 through 9).
3. Enter the parameters (extension number, time, month/day, etc.), if required. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. 4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.

(X: 7 through 9)

parameters

Canceling

2. Dial the feature number (750) and 0. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. The display shows: Message Cancel 3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
To confirm the set message, go off-hook. You will see it on the display. Regarding Message 3; 1) If the extension number you want to enter has more than the number of % characters, refer to System Programming to change the setting. 2) If the extension number you want to enter has less than the number of % characters, fill the remaining % characters with # or . With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this feature using the display operation.
System Programming Installation Manual [008] Absent Messages
KX-T7235 Display Features System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features) KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)

Account Code Entry

An Account Code is used to identify outside calls for accounting and billing purposes. The account code is appended to the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) call record. For incoming outside calls, account codes are not required. For outgoing outside calls, account codes are often required. You can enter account codes in the following three modes: Verified - All Calls mode: You must always enter the specified account code. Verified - Toll Restriction Override mode: You may enter the specified account code so that you can override toll restriction. Option mode: You may enter any account code. One mode is selected for each extension on a Class of Service*1 basis.

Soft Button Operation

Entering account codes before dialing
1 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
2. Press the ACCNT (S3) button. You hear an intermittent tone.*2 The display shows: Enter ACCNT Code 3. Enter the account code and #. You hear a dial tone. 4. Press a CO button or enter the line access code (9 or 81 through 83). 5. Dial the phone number.

account code and #

During a conversation or while hearing a reorder tone after the other party hangs up (within 15 seconds); 1. Press the ACCNT (S3) button. You can keep talking. 2. Enter the account code and #.
Entering account codes during or after a conversation

Standard Operation

2. Dial the feature number (49), or press the flexible button which is assigned as the Account button. If you dial a feature number, a tone is not returned. If you press the Account button, you hear an intermittent tone*2. The corresponding indicator lights when using the Account button. 3. Enter the account code and #. The corresponding indicator light turns off when using the Account button. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. 4. Press a CO button or enter the line access code (9 or 81 through 83).
5. Dial the phone number.
During a conversation or while hearing a reorder tone after the other party hangs up (within 15 seconds); 1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Account button. The corresponding indicator lights when using the Account button. You can keep talking.
2. Enter the account code and #. The corresponding indicator light turns off when using the Account button.
In Verified - All Calls mode, you must always enter a pre-assigned account code when making any of the following calls unless it has previously been stored in memory. a) Call Forwarding to Outside Line b) Manual Dialing (Selecting an outside line) c) One-Touch Dialing d) Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) e) Redial, Last Number f) Redial, Saved Number g) Station Speed Dialing h) System Speed Dialing In Option mode, it is possible to record a calling or called partys account code in the SMDR, during a conversation or within fifteen seconds after the other party hangs up. There is no need for an account code entry when receiving incoming calls. Pressing while entering an account code allows you to clear the number and reenter. Pressing the flexible button assigned as the Account button while entering an account code cancels the entry. An account code can be up to ten numeric digits (0 through 9). FLASH or FLASH/RCL, PAUSE, etc. are not allowed. After entering an account code, the delimiter # or 99 must be entered. An account code can be stored into Memory Dialing (One-Touch Dialing, Pickup Dialing (Hot Line), System/Station Speed Dialing, Call Forwarding to Outside Line). The sequence to enter an account code into Memory Dialing is as follows: [Feature Number] [Account Code] [#] [Line Access Code] [Phone Number] or [Feature Number] [Account Code] [99] [Line Access Code] [Phone Number]

Station Programming (Section 2) Intercom Alert Assignment

Handsfree Answerback

Answering, Direct Outside Line
To answer an incoming outside call
Allows you to answer an outside call by pressing a CO button. You do not have to lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1. Press the CO button which is rapidly flashing red. The indicator light turns green and a handsfree conversation is established.
Specify the line that is to be connected when multiple incoming outside calls arrive at the same time. There are two types of CO buttons: Loop-CO (L-CO) button and Single-CO (S-CO) button. These can be assigned to flexible buttons by Station Programming.
Station Programming (Section 2) Flexible CO Button Assignment Loop-CO (L-CO) Button, Single-CO (S-CO) Button

Handsfree Operation

Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
Allows you to set to receive callback ringing when the dialed line becomes idle. When you answer the callback ringing; For an extension: The called extension starts ringing without dialing. For an outside line: The line is seized.

Setting

If you make a call and hear a busy tone; 1. Press the C.BCK (S3) button. You hear a confirmation tone and then a reorder tone. 2. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button. Wait until your telephone rings back.
1 If you make a call and hear a busy tone; 1. Dial 6. You hear a confirmation tone and then a reorder tone. The display shows: <Example> Callback Extxx Extension number 2. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. Wait until the telephone rings back.
Answering an intercom recall
1 If you hear the telephone ringing; The display shows: <Example> xx: Free Extension number 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. You hear a ringback tone and the called extension rings automatically.
Answering an outside line recall
If you hear the telephone ringing; The display shows: <Example> COx: Free
outside line number 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. You hear a dial tone.
2. Dial the phone number of the outside party.
2. Dial the feature number (46). You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
If you do not answer before four callback ring signals (within 10 seconds), this feature will be canceled. If the called extension becomes busy again after the callback ringing starts, the ringing stops but this feature will be executed again when the extension becomes free. With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can cancel this feature using the display operation.

Background Music (BGM)

Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Allows an outside caller to access specific system features as if the caller is an extension in the system. A DISA outgoing message gives outside callers assistance, such as listing the extension numbers in the system. You also have the option of dialing route for extension using a one digit number (DISA built-in auto attendant number) via DISA calls.

Calling an extension

1 1. Dial the DISA phone number. You hear a ringback tone. 2. You hear the DISA outgoing message.

DISA phone number

2 3. Dial the extension number. You can dial the DISA built-in auto attendant number instead. You hear a ringback tone.
When there is no answer for the incoming intercom call before the Intercept Time expires, Intercept Routing starts or the call will be disconnected after ten seconds. Intercept Routing starts five seconds after the DISA outgoing message is sent, if nothing has been dialed. The call is disconnected when the No Answer Time (default: 3 rings) expires, or when there is no destination for Intercept Routing. This system supports up to ten programmable DISA built-in auto attendant numbers. Each number must be one digit.
System Programming Installation Manual [202] Call Forwarding No Answer Time [203] Intercept Time [407][408] DIL 1:1 Extension Day/Night [409][410] Intercept Extension Day/Night
[813] Floating Number Assignment [815] DISA Built-in Auto Attendant [990] System Additional Information, Field (34)
Intercept Routing ( see Installation Manual) Outgoing Message (OGM) (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)

Do Not Disturb (DND)

Allows you to prevent other parties from disturbing you. Your extension will not receive intercom or outside calls.
2. Press the FWD/DND button. You may dial the feature number (710) instead. 3. Dial 1 or 0. - 1 : to set (The FWD/DND indicator lights) - 0 : to cancel (The FWD/DND indicator light turns off) You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. The display shows: Do Not Disturb FWD/DND Cancel (when setting) (when canceling)
A flexible button on the KX-T7250 (no FWD/DND button provided) can be assigned as the FWD/DND button. A calling extension that has Do Not Disturb (DND) Override enabled can override your extension when it is set to the Do Not Disturb (DND) mode. If the Do Not Disturb (DND) mode is set, you can still answer a call by pressing the CO button. DND also works for paging group and an incoming call from a doorphone. Both the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb (DND) functions can be set at the same time, but cannot work at the same time.
You can enable or disable the Call Forwarding or Do Not Disturb (DND) function by pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook. If you set both Call Forwarding and DND, alternating the mode is also available by pressing the FWD/DND button. In this case, pressing the button changes the settings as follows: the most recent setting the other setting off The lighting patterns of the FWD/DND button are as follows: Off : Both functions are not set Red: DND mode Flashing red slowly: FWD mode With the KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can set or cancel this features using the display operation.

Having a conversation with a party
1 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button, or press the Live Call Screening button. The Live Call Screening indicator light turns red from flashing green slowly. In the Keep Recording mode, the Two-Way Record indicator turns on. Pressing the Two-Way Record button cancels the recording and the light turns off.

Stopping the monitoring

1. Press the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button or the Live Call Screening Cancel button. The Live Call Screening indicator light turns red from flashing green slowly.

In the Private mode;

Stopping the alert tone
1. Press the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button or the Live Call Screening Cancel button.
Monitoring the message recording
1 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button, the flashing Live Call Screening button or the INTERCOM button. To stop monitoring, hang up, press the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button or the Live Call Screening Cancel button can be also used to stop monitoring.

Talking to the party

1 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button or the flashing Live Call Screening button.
During a conversation with another party;
When the extension user is having a conversation, the call waiting tone is sent. The Live Call Screening indicator light flashes green rapidly. - If you want to terminate the current call

Monitoring

1 1. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. An alert tone is sent. 2. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. Monitoring begins.
1 1. Press the flashing Live Call Screening button.
- If you want to hold the current call Monitoring
2. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. An alert tone is sent.
3. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. Monitoring begins.
Having a conversation with the party
A flexible CO button can be assigned as a Live Call Screening button. The Live Call Screening indicator shows the feature status as follows: Red (steady).The Live Call Screening mode is on. Off..The Live Call Screening mode is off. Flashing green slowly.Live Call Screening is active.** Flashing green rapidly.An alert tone is ringing in the Private mode.** ** The DSS button indicator lights red steady while Live Call Screening is active. The Two-Way Record indicator shows the feature status as follows: On..Recording the conversation. Off.Not recording. The operator and the manager can clear a password at any extension. During the Keep Recording mode, if you want to stop recording the conversation, press the Two-Way Recording button. With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can assign the password using the display operation.

Station Programming (Section 2) Flexible CO Button Assignment Live Call Screening Button, Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel Button, Two-Way Record Button
(System Programming [005] can be used for this assignment.)
Live Call Screening Mode Set System Programming [610] Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment
KX-T7235 Display Features System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features) KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features) Live Call Screen Password Control (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)

Lockout

If one party in a conversation goes on-hook, they are both disconnected from the speech path automatically. A reorder tone is sent to the off-hook party before it is disconnected. No operation is necessary.

Log-In / Log-Out

Allows you to assign the Log-In mode or Log-Out mode within a hunting, ring or UCD (Uniform Call Distribution) group. When in the Log-Out mode, you can leave the group temporarily, preventing hunting calls from being sent to your extension. The lighting patterns of the Log-In / Log-Out button and status are as follows. Off : Log-In mode Red : Log-Out mode Flashing red moderately : Calls in an UCD queue
Log-In / Log-Out (Using the Log-In / Log-Out button)
2. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Log-In / Log-Out button. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. The indicator light turns off in Log-In mode or turns steady red in Log-Out mode. 3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Log-In / Log-Out (Using the feature number)
2. Dial the feature number (45). 2
3. Dial 1 or 0. - 1 : for Log-In mode - 0 : for Log-Out mode You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. The display shows: Log-in or Log-out 4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
The Log-In / Log-Out button can be assigned to a flexible CO button. The default is Log-In mode. There should be at least one extension that is in the Log-In mode. With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this feature using the display operation.
Station Programming (Section 2) Flexible CO Button Assignment Log-In / Log-Out Button
KX-T7235 Display Features System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features) KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features) Station Hunting ( see Installation Manual) Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)

Message Waiting

When the called extension is busy or does not answer your call, you can leave a notification so that the called party may call you back. As a message receiver, the MESSAGE button light and an indication tone which you will hear when going off-hook let you know that a call has been received. If you receive notification, you can call back the original party with a simple operation.
2. Dial the feature number (70) and 1.
3. Dial the extension number where calls will be left. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.

MESSAGE

If the called extension is busy or does not answer; 1. Press the MESSAGE button. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone. 2. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2. Dial the feature number (70) and 0.
3. Dial the extension number where you left a message. You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
Checking and Selecting a message notification by the receiver
If there is any message, the message waiting lamp (MESSAGE indicator) light will be on. When the telephone is idle and on-hook; 1. Press the MESSAGE button repeatedly until the desired message appears. The stored messages are shown on the display in the order they were received. <Example> When Tony at extension 12 left a message, the display shows: 12:Tony
Calling back the message notification sender
1 1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. You hear dial tone 4*. 2. Press the MESSAGE button or dial the feature number (70) and 2. If you have more than one message at your extension, the line connects to the message sender which you select. 3. Start talking. The message is cleared after the conversation.
Clearing all message notifications by the message receiver
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button. You hear dial tone 4*. 2. Dial the feature number (70) and 0.
3. Dial your (message receivers) extension number. All messages are cleared.
The system supports a maximum of 16 simultaneous messages. If you try to set the 17th message, you will hear a reorder tone. A flexible button on the KX-T7250 (no MESSAGE button provided) can be assigned as the MESSAGE button. If the MESSAGE button is neither provided nor assigned, dial tone 4* after going off-hook informs you of a message waiting. For standard telephone users, a special ring tone can be provided as notification. If multiple message notifications are left at your extension, call back is executed in the order received. If you select a specific message to call back, call back is executed in the order received, starting with the one selected. With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can set or cancel this feature using the display operation.

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D I G I TA L S U P E R H Y B R I D T E L E P H O N E S Y S T E M

Voice Mail Integration

With advanced Voice Mail service, your small business or home office can sound to outside callers like a large organization. The KX-TD308 can be digitally integrated with a Panasonic Voice Processing System, giving you much more than automated attendant and voice mailyou also get custom service, multilingual service, interview service and an extensive variety of innovative features. These revolutionary features are applicable when the KX-TD308 is digitally integrated with a Panasonic Voice Processing System:
Standard & Optional Features
Absent Message Account Code Verifications Administration (via PITS) Alphanumeric LCD Display Automatic Answer (Intercom) Automatic Call Back Automatic CO Line Hunt Automatic Pause Insertion Automatic Route Selection Background Music* Busy Station Signaling Call Duration Display Call Forwarding (Station) Call Forwarding (Trunk) Call Hunt Call Park Call Pickup Call Splitting Call Waiting Caller ID Compatibility* Calling Station Display Class of Service CO Line Status Conference Call Data Line Security Direct In Line Direct Inward System Access* Distinctive Busy Tones Distinctive Ring Tones Distinctive Ringing Do Not Disturb Do Not Disturb Override Door Intercom (Door phone)* Door Opener Remote Control* DSS/BLF Dual Port Usage Electronic Station Lock End-to-End DTMF Signaling Executive Override External Feature Access Extra Device Port (XDP) Flexible CO Keys Flexible Ringing Assignment Flexible Station Numbering Headset Compatible Hold Reminder Intercept Routing, No Answer Intercom Jog Dial Control Last Number Redial Limited Call Duration Live Programming Manager Extension Message Waiting Notification Music On Hold (CO Line)* Mute Function Night Service (Auto/Manual) Off-Hook Call Announcement Off-Hook Monitor One-Touch Dialing Paging (Internal/External)* Paging Answer Speakerphone Speed Dialing (Individual) Speed Dialing (System) Station Hunting Time/Day Display Timed Reminder Toll Restriction Tone/Pulse Conversion Transfer (Screened/Unscreened) Trunk Answer From Any Station Trunk-to-Trunk Connection Volume Control Whisper OHCA
KX-TD308 Digital Super Hybrid System
KX-T7436 KX-T7433 KX-T7431 KX-T7425 KX-T7420
Panasonic KX-TD308, KXTD308, TD308, T7420, T7425, T7431, T7433, T7436, T7220, T7230, T7235, T7250, T7130, T7020, T7030, T7050, T7055
Live Call Screening allows you to monitor your mailbox while messages are being left and, if desired, intercept the call. Remote Live Call Screening lets you screen your calls remotely from the handset of a cordless phone. Pick up the call or let it go to your mailbox. Two-Way Record allows you to record a conversation simply by pressing a button. Two-Way Transfer records a live conversation directly into another persons mailbox. Intercom Paging notifies you of an incoming call even if your extension is unanswered. Direct Mailbox Access lets mailbox owners retrieve new messages simply by pressing the Message Waiting Button. Automatic Configuration helps decrease installation time and costs.

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KX-TD308 Brochure

Specifications
SYSTEM CAPACITY Basic KX-TD308 with Optional Single Line/APT Expansion Module KX-TDMax. 16 Max. (see right) (see right) Requires KX-TD30891 card non-blocking tone to pulse (10/20 pps) tone to pulse (10/20 pps) tone to pulse or pulse to tone non-blocking PCM time sharing 6-pin modular 50-pin amphenol connector 2.5mm mini plug 2.5mm mini plug RS-232C 9-pin through amphenol AC 120V, 50/60 Hz 90 watts 12-1/2" x 6-13/16" x 3-1/16" 3.08 lbs.

Maximum Number of Extensions Per Configuration
CO Lines Extensions Caller ID, DISA with Fax Detection Intercom Paths Dialing Method External Internal Dialing Conversion Telephone switching Connections CO line Extension Paging External music SMDR Doorphone Power Source Power requirement (max) Dimensions (H x Wx D) Weight

DPT XDP DPT XDP 0 0

APT 4 APT 8

with KX-TD30870

KEY: XDP=eXtra Device Port; DPT=Digital Proprietary Telephone; APT=Analog Proprietary Telephone (1 APT Requires 2 ports; 1 DPT port and 1 XDP port per phone)
*Additional equipment and/or optional cards for some features
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Panasonic Telephone Systems Digital Super Hybrid Telephone System
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Caller ID Compatibility2

Displays the incoming callers phone number, or name and number, when used with a Panasonic system display phone. The system can automatically match a callers number with a previously stored name, and display that name on the LCD. Up to 100 names can be stored.
The Adaptable Digital Solution for Your Small Business or Home Office
For home, home office or small business, the Panasonic KX-TD308 Digital Super Hybrid System provides the power, flexibility and expansion capability you demand.
The KX-TD308 is configured with 3 CO lines for up to 8 digital proprietary telephones and 4 single-line devices. An optional 4-port SLT/APT expansion card lets you add 4 more single-line devices for a total of 8 (see configuration table on back). The KX-TD308 supports Panasonic 7400 Series digital sets, 7000 Series analog proprietary phones and single-line devices. Voice mail ports facilitate integration with a Digital Voice Pro-cessing System, while the XDP (eXtra Device Port) provides an added measure of flexibility and expansion capability. All Panasonic 7400 series digital proprietary phones feature an extra RJ-11 jack. This eXtra Device Port (XDP) enables you to connect any single-line device directly to your phone, instantly expanding your connection capacity1! Plug in a cordless phone, fax machine, answering device, laptop, modem or credit card verifier! Now youre able to talk on the phone while faxing or using one of the other devices at the same time!

Distinctive Ring

You can program up to 8 different ring tones for the digital phones, giving phones in different areas or rooms a distinctive ring.

Proprietary Cordless Phone Integration
The Panasonic KX-T7885 and KXT7880 proprietary cordless phones can easily integrate with the KX-TD308 system. The 7885s programmable CO keys can handle up to 12 different lines. It also boasts a large 3-line LCD display, an on/off switch, standard and vibrator rings, a headset jack for connecting an optional hands-free headset, and more. The 7880 has flexible keys that can be programmed to access 3 CO lines. It also features intercom, redial, conference and hold buttons on the handset, so you can access these functions while youre away from the base unit.
KX-T7436 (black & white) Speakerphone Display Set

PC-Based Programming

Panasonic dealers can program the KX-TD308 Super Hybrid System via an IBM-compatible computer. Programming data can then be stored on disk for future back-ups. PC programming software is available to certified dealers only.
KX-T7433 (black & white) Speakerphone Display Set
Caller ID Compatibility2 to Single-Line Telephone/Devices
Caller ID information can be displayed on a single-line consumer telephone/ device connected to the system (limited to one device).
KX-T7431 (black & white) Speakerphone Display Set

Toll Restriction

The KX-TD308 Super Hybrid System can be programmed to prohibit unauthorized outgoing long distance calls by restricting certain extensions from accessing specified area codes or exchanges.
Call Forwarding Versatility
Incoming, intercom and transferred calls to your extension can be forwarded when you are on the phone or away from your desk. Calls can be directedto your mailbox, to another phone, even forwarded outside to reach you anywhere in the world, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

Other Great Features

DISA with Fax Detection3 s Electronic Station Lock s SMDR
KX-T7425 (black & white) Speakerphone Set
Door Phone & Door Opener
The KX-TD308 Super Hybrid System comes standard with an interface for one door intercom (KX-T30865) and one door contact closure for remote operation of electric door locks. It's an ideal way to add security to your home or small business suite.

Certification Program Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company is pleased to offer a comprehensive training program which results in technical certification for the installation of the KX-TD308, KX-TD816, and KXTD1232. Please consult your dealer/installer to determine if they have successfully completed the Panasonic certification program.
1 Requires KX-T30870 expansion card when five or more digital phones are connected. 2 Requires subscription to call identification service offered by certain telephone companies for a fee and an optional KX-TD30891 Caller ID/DISA with Fax Detection Card. 3 This feature requires an optional KX-TD30891 Caller ID/DISA with Fax Detection Card.

Flexible CO Line Buttons

XDP (eXtra Device Port)
The Central Office (CO) line buttons of each telephone in the system can be individually programmed to suit the specific needs of each of your employees. You can alternately program CO line buttons for Direct Station Selection (DSS)/Busy Lamp Field (BLF), automatic dialing or one-touch access to the feature used most often.
KX-T7420 (black & white) Speakerphone Set

LCD Display

For easy viewing of calling information, the KX-T7436 phone features an enlarged, 6-line, 24-character per line LCD. Bring your personal call log, alphabetical phone list or table of speed dial numbers up on the screen and dial directly from it. You can even program system features via LCD prompts.
KX-T7440 (black & white) DSS Console

Day/Night Service

Talk and Send Data at the Same Time
The systems will automatically switch between day service and night service at a programmed time every day.
Talk While Sending or Receiving a Fax
KX-T7441 (black & white) DSS Console

 

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