Panasonic KX-TA624 Manual
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Terms Used in the Descriptions
A feature number is an access code for various features when programming or executing features using proprietary or single line telephones connected to the system. You can access available features by dialing the corresponding feature number (and additional parameter, if required). The lists of feature numbers are shown in the Appendix (Section 5). If you use a rotary telephone; It is not possible to access features that have or # in their feature numbers.
Various tone types, such as a Conrmation tone, Dial tone, Call Waiting tone, etc. are explained in the Appendix (Section 5).
The PT display examples are given in each operation step, if required. The display information list is in the Appendix for your reference.
The related and required programming titles are noted for your reference. System Programming should be done by the extension which is connected to jack number 01. A KX-T7030, KX-T7130 and KX-T7135 can be used for this programming. Station Programming is individual programming at your own proprietary telephone (PT). You can customize the extension to your needs using any type of proprietary telephone.
The related feature titles are noted for your reference.
Table of Contents
Section 1 PT Overview... 1-1
1.1 Conguration... 1-2
Location of Controls... 1-3 Feature Buttons.... 1-8 Fixed Buttons.... 1-8 Flexible Buttons.... 1-10 Line Access Buttons.... 1-11 Group-CO (G-CO) Button... 1-11 Other-CO (O-CO) Button... 1-12 Single-CO (S-CO) Button... 1-12 Initial Settings.... 1-13 Display Contrast Adjustment (KX-T7030, KX-T7130 and KX-T7135 only). 1-13 When using the headset (KX-T7030, KX-T7130 and KX-T7135 only). 1-13 Volume Control Handset Receiver/Headset/Ringer/Speaker.. 1-14 LED Indication.... 1-15
Station Programming (Personal Programming). 2-1
2.1 Station Programming Instructions.. 2-2 2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming). 2-6
Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment... 2-6 Flexible Button Assignment.... 2-7 Another Extension Message Waiting Button.. 2-7 Caller ID Indication Button... 2-8 Caller ID Selection Button... 2-9 Conference (CONF) Button... 2-10 Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button... 2-11 FWD/DND Button.... 2-12 Group-CO (G-CO) Button... 2-12 Live Call Screening (LCS) Button... 2-13 Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel Button... 2-14 Log-In/Log-Out Button.... 2-15 One-Touch Dialing Button.... 2-16 Other-CO (O-CO) Button... 2-17 Return to Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button.. 2-17 SAVE Button... 2-18 Single-CO (S-CO) Button... 2-19 Two-Way Record Button... 2-20
Two-Way Transfer Button... 2-21 Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Button... 2-22 Intercom Alert Assignment... 2-23 Live Call Screening Mode Set... 2-24 Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection... 2-25 Preferred Line Assignment Incoming... 2-26 No Line Preference Incoming.. 2-26 Ringing Line Preference Incoming... 2-27 Prime Line Preference Incoming... 2-27 Preferred Line Assignment Outgoing... 2-28 No Line Preference Outgoing... 2-28 Idle Line Preference Outgoing... 2-29 Prime Line Preference Outgoing... 2-29 Self-Extension Number Conrmation (KX-T7030, KX-T7130 and KX-T7135 only).. 2-30 Station Programming Data Default Set.. 2-31
Telephone Features.. 3-1
3.1 Basic Operations.. 3-2
Making Calls.... 3-2 Intercom Calling.... 3-2 Outward Dialing.... 3-2 Receiving Calls.... 3-3
3.2 Telephone Features... 3-4
A Absent Message Capability... 3-4 Account Code Entry.... 3-7 Answering, Direct Outside (CO) Line... 3-9 Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)... 3-10 B Background Music (BGM)... 3-12 Busy Station Signaling (BSS).... 3-13 C Call Forwarding SUMMARY.... 3-14 Call Forwarding All Calls... 3-15 Call Forwarding Busy/No Answer... 3-16 Call Forwarding to an Outside (CO) Line.. 3-17 Call Forwarding Follow Me... 3-18
Call Forwarding CANCEL... 3-19 Call Hold.... 3-20 Call Hold, Exclusive... 3-22 Call Hold Retrieve.... 3-23 Call Information/Log, Incoming... 3-24 Call Log, Incoming... 3-26 Call Log Lock, Incoming in the Personal Area.. 3-31 Call Park.... 3-32 Call Pickup, Directed.... 3-34 Call Pickup, Group.... 3-35 Call Pickup Deny.... 3-36 Call Retrieving from a TAM (Telephone Answering Machine).. 3-37 Call Splitting... 3-38 Call Transfer to Extension.... 3-39 Call Transfer to an Outside (CO) Line... 3-42 Call Waiting.... 3-43 Call Waiting from a Central Office... 3-46 Caller ID Call Waiting... 3-47 Conference.... 3-49 Conference, Unattended... 3-52 D Data Line Security.... 3-53 Direct Inward System Access (DISA)... 3-54 Do Not Disturb (DND).... 3-58 Do Not Disturb (DND) Override.... 3-59 Door Opener.... 3-60 Doorphone Call.... 3-62 E Electronic Station Lockout... 3-64 Emergency Call.... 3-66 Executive Busy Override Extension.. 3-67 Executive Busy Override Outside (CO) Line... 3-68 Executive Busy Override Deny... 3-69 External Feature Access... 3-70 F Flash.... 3-71
H Hands-free Answerback ( for KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130/KX-T7135 only).. 3-72 Hands-free Operation ( for KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130/KX-T7135 only).. 3-73 I Intercom Calling.... 3-74 L Live Call Screening (LCS).... 3-75 Lockout.... 3-81 Log-In/Log-Out.... 3-81 M Message Waiting.... 3-83 Message Waiting for Another Extension... 3-86 Message Waiting for Another Extension Lock... 3-88 Microphone Mute ( for KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130/KX-T7135 only). 3-89 Mixed Station Dialing.... 3-89 O One-Touch Dialing.... 3-90 Operator Call... 3-91 Outward Dialing, Line Access SUMMARY.. 3-92 Line Access, Automatic.... 3-93 Line Access, Individual.... 3-94 Line Access, Outside (CO) Line Group.. 3-94 P Paging SUMMARY.... 3-95 Paging All... 3-96 Paging External.... 3-96 Paging Group... 3-97 Paging ANSWER... 3-98 Paging and Transfer.... 3-99 Paging DENY.... 3-102 Paralleled Telephone Connection... 3-103 Personal Speed Dialing... 3-104 Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) ( Single Line Telephone only).. 3-106 Power Failure Transfer... 3-107 Pulse to Tone Conversion.... 3-108
R Redial, Last Number.... 3-109 Redial, Saved Number... 3-110 Room Monitor.... 3-111 S Secret Dialing.... 3-113 Station Feature Clear.... 3-114 Switching to Tone Alert.... 3-115 System Speed Dialing.... 3-116 T Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service... 3-117 Timed Reminder.... 3-118 Toll Restriction Override.... 3-120 Toll Restriction Override by Account Codes... 3-120 Toll Restriction for System Speed Dialing... 3-121 Toll Restriction Station Lock Boundary Class.. 3-121 Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail... 3-122 V Voice Mail Integration for KX-TVS50/KX-TVS75/KX-TVS80/KX-TVS100/KX-TVS110.. 3-124 Voice Mail Transfer... 3-127 W Walking COS.... 3-128
3.3 Operator/Manager Service Features. 3-129
Manager Programming (Manager only)... 3-130 Call Log, Incoming in the Common Area CLEAR ALL.. 3-132 Call Log Lock, Incoming in the Common Area.. 3-133 Date and Time Setting.... 3-134 Electronic Station Lockout CANCEL ALL.. 3-135 Live Call Screening Password Control... 3-136 Outgoing Message (OGM)... 3-137 Remote Station Lock Control... 3-139 The 301st Call Log, Incoming in the Common Area Treatment..3-141 Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service Setting.. 3-142 Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)... 3-144 Extension Password Set (Manager only)... 3-146
Section 4 DSS Console Features (KX-T7040).. 4-1
4.1 Conguration... 4-2
Location of Controls... 4-3
4.2 DSS Console Features... 4-4
Station Programming.... 4-4 Extension Number Assignment.... 4-5 One-Touch Dialing Assignment... 4-5 One-Touch Access Assignment for System Features.. 4-6 Another Extension Message Waiting Button Assignment.. 4-6 Live Call Screening (LCS) Button Assignment.. 4-7 Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel Button Assignment.. 4-7 Two-Way Record Button Assignment.. 4-8 Two-Way Transfer Button Assignment... 4-8 Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Button Assignment... 4-9 Day Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only).. 4-9 Night Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only). 4-10 Lunch Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only).. 4-10 Station Lock Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only). 4-11 Station Programming Cancel... 4-11 Direct Station Dialing.... 4-12 One-Touch Dialing.... 4-12 One-Touch Access for System Features... 4-12 Call Transfer.... 4-13
Display Examples.... 5-2 Feature Number List... 5-8 Tone List.... 5-11 Troubleshooting... 5-13
Section 1 PT Overview
Contents 1.1 Conguration... 1-2 Location of Controls... 1-3 Feature Buttons.. 1-8 Initial Settings.. 1-13 LED Indication... 1-15
All illustrations used in the initial settings are based on the KX-T7130/ KX-T7135 model.
Panasonic Proprietary Telephones (PTs) are available to utilize various features of the KX-TA624 System, in addition to supporting basic telephone services (making and receiving calls). There are ve PT models.
KX-T7020 KX-T7030 KX-T7130 KX-T7135 KX-T7050 Display Speakerphone CO Buttons Programmable Feature Buttons Fixed Feature Buttons None Yes 16 char./line 16 char./line 16 char./line Yes Yes Yes None Monitor only 12 4
KX-T7055 None Monitor only 3 3
Refer to the Fixed Buttons (1.1 Conguration) section.
Location of Controls
MESSAGE Button FWD/DND Button CONF Button INTERCOM Button
(Back View) See the diagram below. Programmable Feature Buttons
Flexible CO Buttons
TRANSFER Button PAUSE Button AUTO DIAL/STORE Button REDIAL Button FLASH Button HOLD Button <Side View> AUTO ANSWER/MUTE Button SP-PHONE Button
Off NORMAL HIGH
Connects to a handset. HANDSET VOLUME Selector Adjusts the volume level of the handset. RINGER VOLUME Selector Adjusts the volume level of the ringer. VOLUME Control Adjusts the volume level of the speaker volume. <Back View>
TO EMSS MEMORY
Connects to the KX-TA624 System. MEMORY Switch Set to SET. For station programming, set to PROGRAM. PT Overview
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Flexible CO Buttons TRANSFER Button PAUSE Button REDIAL Button FLASH Button HOLD Button <Side View> AUTO DIAL/STORE Button AUTO ANSWER/MUTE Button SP-PHONE Button
Press the desired Flexible button you wish to assign as the VM Transfer button.
Voice Mail Transfer
Intercom Alert Assignment
Allows you to select the alert mode (tone/voice) when receiving an intercom (extension) call. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Set the MEMORY switch to PROGRAM. PT
Dial 1 or 2. 1 : to select the Ring-Calling (Tone Call) mode 2 : to select the Voice-Calling mode
The display shows the current status. <PT Display Example> When Ring-Calling (Tone Call) mode is selected;
When Voice-Calling mode is selected;
The default is Ring-Calling (Tone Call).
Live Call Screening Mode Set
Assign whether the recording message is monitored through the built-in speaker (Hands-free mode) or an alert tone is sent (Private mode) while incoming callers are leaving a message. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Set the MEMORY switch to PROGRAM. PT
Dial 1 or 2. 1 : to select Hands-free mode 2 : to select Private mode
The display shows the current status. <PT Display Example> When the Hands-free mode is selected;
When the Private mode is selected;
The default is the Hands-free mode.
Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection
You can select whether the extension will ring or not when an outside call is received at your extension. Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Set the MEMORY switch to PROGRAM. PT
outside (CO) line no.
Enter the outside (CO) line numbers you want to ring (1 through 6).
The Flexible Ringing Assignment should be set to Enable. (Refer to System Programming.) When an outside call is received at extension but doesnt ring, the CO indicator will ash. If you want to answer the outside call, press the ashing CO button.
System Programming Installation Manual  Flexible Ringing Assignment Day/Night/Lunch
Note: You can also set Voice Mail as the forwarding destination. Refer to Voice Mail Integration for KX-TVS50/KX-TVS75/KX-TVS80/KX-TVS100/KX-TVS110 in this manual.
To cancel the Call Forwarding features, refer to Call Forwarding CANCEL in this manual. Call Forwarding can only be extended to one target telephone. For example, extension A is forwarded to extension B, and if extension B tries to set Call Forwarding to extension C, an alarm tone will be heard and the setting will be rejected. If extension B has already set Call Forwarding to extension C, and extension A tries to set Call Forwarding to extension B, the setting will be also rejected. (Yes) Ext B Ext A Ext C Ext B Ext A
Ext C (Yes) If the destination extension has already set Do Not Disturb, you cannot forward any calls to the extension. Setting a new Call Forwarding feature (All Calls, Busy/No Answer, etc.) cancels any other Call Forwarding features or the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature. If your entry is valid, confirmation tone 1 (one beep) is sent. If your entry is the same as previously programmed data, confirmation tone 2 (two beeps) is sent. Refer to the Tone List in the Appendix (Section 5). You can call the original extension from the Call Forwarding destination extension. (For example, Boss Secretary) Camp-On recall and Hold recall are not forwarded.
A flexible CO button on the KX-T7050 and KX-T7055 (no FWD/DND button provided) can be assigned as the FWD/DND button. The lighting patterns of the FWD/DND button are as follows. Off: Both features are not set. Red: DND mode Flashing red slowly: FWD mode You can check the assignment by pressing the FWD/DND button while on-hook.
Station Programming (Section 2) Flexible Button Assignment FWD/DND Button
Call Forwarding CANCEL Do Not Disturb (DND) Voice Mail Integration for KX-TVS50/KX-TVS75/KX-TVS80/KX-TVS100/KX-TVS110
Call Forwarding All Calls
You can re-direct all of your calls to another extension.
For a PT: Press FWD/DND. Dial 1. Enter the destination Dial #. Lift the handset extension number For an SLT: Dial 71. or press (100 through 199). SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
You may press the flexible button assigned as the FWD/DND button instead. <PT Display Example>
extension number where the call is to be forwarded The FWD/DND indicator light flashes red slowly. Single line telephone users can dial 0 instead of #.
Call Forwarding Busy/No Answer
You can forward your calls to another extension when your extension is busy or if you do not answer the call within a pre-determined time.
For a PT: Press FWD/DND. Lift the handset For an SLT: Dial 71. or press SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
Dial 2. Enter the destination Dial #. extension number (100 through 199).
System Programming Installation Manual  Call Forwarding Start Time
You can forward calls to an external party. System programming is required to execute this feature.
Call Forwarding to an Outside (CO) Line
For a PT: Press FWD/DND. For an SLT: Dial 71.
Dial 3. Enter the line Enter the Dial #. Confirmation Hang up or press tone and SP-PHONE/MONITOR. access code phone number. dial tone (9 or 81 through 86).
<PT Display Example> When you dial line access code 9:
FWD(All) All COs
When you dial line access code 81 through 86:
FWD(All) CO Gx
outside (CO) line group number The FWD/DND indicator light flashes red slowly.
If an incoming outside call is forwarded to an outside (CO) line, the Outside-toOutside (CO-to-CO) Line Call Duration Time is applied to the call and the line will be disconnected when it expires (default: 10 minutes). An alarm tone is sent to both parties fifteen seconds before the assigned duration time limit. Up to thirty-two digits (including the line access code) can be programmed. If a CPC signal is sent to an outside (CO) line before the assigned duration time limit, a call between two external parties will be disconnected. This feature cannot be used for incoming outside calls from lines assigned as Normal, by System Programming. An account code must be entered by pressing and entering the account code after the line access code in the account code verify-all and forced modes.
System Programming Installation Manual  Outside-to-Outside (CO-to-CO) Line Duration Time Limit  Outside (CO) Line Mode Day/Night/Lunch  Account Code Entry Mode  Call Forwarding to an Outside (CO) Line Telephone Features
PT and SLT At the destination extension
Call Forwarding Follow Me
You can set the Call Forwarding feature from the destination extension. This is useful if you forget to set Call Forwarding All Calls before you leave your desk.
For a PT: Press FWD/DND. Dial 5. Lift the handset For an SLT: Dial 71. or press SP-PHONE/MONITOR.
Enter your Dial #. Confirmation Hang up or press tone and SP-PHONE/MONITOR. extension number dial tone (100 through 199).
Press the flexible button assigned as the DSS button.
The other party is placed on hold and the destination extension is called immediately.
Without Transfer mode
If the destination extension does not answer the call within a pre-determined time (default: 30 seconds), Transfer Recall occurs. If there is no answer within thirty minutes after Transfer Recall starts, the line will be disconnected. When the dialed extension is busy, you may access the extension by dialing 1 (Busy Station Signaling) or 2 (Executive Busy Override) and going on-hook. If you want to return to the held call, press the TRANSFER button or corresponding CO or INTERCOM button before the destination extension answers. When Transfer Recall occurs, the display will show the following: <Example> RCL: Ext 101
PT A flexible CO button can be assigned as a DSS button. PT To use One-Touch Transfer, System Programming is required. SLT If you want to return to the held call, flash the hookswitch before the destination extension answers. If Hold-3 is assigned in System Programming, you must dial 20 after flashing the SLT hookswitch.
Station Programming (Section 2) Flexible Button Assignment Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button System Programming Installation Manual  One-Touch Transfer Using a DSS Button  Hold Mode Selection  Transfer Recall Time
Call Transfer, Screened to Extension ( See the Installation Manual.) Call Transfer, Unscreened to Extension ( See the Installation Manual.) One-Touch Transfer Using a DSS Button ( See the Installation Manual.)
Call Transfer to an Outside (CO) Line
Allows you to transfer a received call to an external party.
Press TRANSFER. Confirmation tone and dial tone Press a CO or enter a line access code (9 or 81 through 86).
Enter the phone number where the call will be transferred. Wait for an answer. Announce. Hang up or press SP-PHONE.
The current call is placed on hold.
PT PT PT If a CPC signal is sent to an outside (CO) line before the assigned time limit, a call between two external parties will be disconnected. System programming is required to execute this feature. If a call between two external parties is established, an alarm tone is sent to both parties fifteen seconds before the assigned time limit (default: 10 minutes). Hold Alarm/Hold Recall is sent to the transferring extension fifty seconds before time out. If you want to return to the held call, press the TRANSFER button or corresponding CO or INTERCOM button before the destination party answers. If you want to join the conversation after transferring the call, press the corresponding CO button. A conference call is established. To change the party where the call is transferred before hanging-up, press the CO button whose indicator is flashing slowly to retrieve the call, then repeat the Call Transfer procedure.
PT PT PT
System Programming Installation Manual  Outside-to-Outside (CO-to-CO) Line Duration Time Limit  Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal  Call Transfer to an Outside (CO) Line
Conference Hold Alarm/Hold Recall ( See the Installation Manual.)
During a conversation, a Call Waiting tone informs you that there is a call waiting. You can answer the second call by disconnecting the first call or placing it on hold.
Setting / Canceling for outside calls
To set: Dial 7311#. To cancel: Dial 7310#.
Setting / Canceling for intercom calls and doorphone calls
To set: Dial 7321#. To cancel: Dial 7320#.
PT While hearing a Call Waiting tone
To talk to the new party by terminating the current call
While hearing a Call Waiting tone
Press the flashing CO or INTERCOM. Talk to the new caller. Hang up. Lift the handset. Talk to the new caller.
The current call is disconnected.
To talk to the new party by holding the current call
PT While hearing the Call Waiting tone and the CO or INTERCOM indicator is flashing rapidly
HOLD CO INTERCOM
SLT While hearing a Call Waiting tone
Press HOLD. Press the flashing CO or INTERCOM. Talk to the new caller. Flash the Dial tone hookswitch. Hang up. Lift the handset. Talk to the new caller.
If both the current call and new call are extension calls, you do not have to press the INTERCOM button.
The default setting for Call Waiting is disabled. When Call Waiting is enabled, a Call Waiting tone is sent to the user under the following conditions. 1) When an outside call is received, 2) When another extension executes the Busy Station Signaling (BSS) feature, or 3) When a doorphone call is received. Setting Data Line Security temporarily cancels this feature. You can change the desired Call Waiting tone for an incoming outside call and intercom call (Tone 1 or Tone 2). As for a doorphone call, Tone 1 is used as a Call Waiting tone (not changeable). PT If a Call Waiting tone is heard and the CO or INTERCOM indicator does not flash, this tone indicates Call Waiting from your telephone company. In this case, see Call Waiting from a Central Office or External Feature Access. SLT If Hold-2 or Hold-3 is assigned in System Programming, you must dial 20 after flashing the hookswitch. SLT You cannot transfer the new call while holding the current call. If you want to do so, first park the original call using the Call Park feature; then hang up; then take the new call.
Station Programming (Section 2) Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment System Programming Installation Manual  Hold Mode Selection
If the pager is in use, a busy tone will be heard. When the program  is set to DISABLE, the conrmation tone is not sent to the external pager.
Allows you to select an extension group and make a voice announcement. You can select all extension groups simultaneously. The announcement can only be heard through the extensions built-in speakers.
To access all groups simultaneously
Confirmation tone Announce. Wait for an answer. Talk.
Paging All Ext
To access a particular group of extensions
Dial the group number (1 through 8). Confirmation tone Announce. Wait for an answer. Talk.
Paging Group X
Paged group number
There is a maximum of eight extension groups.
Allows you to answer an announced page at any extension within the system.
Confirmation tone Talk.
PT You can hear a conrmation tone when the page is answered. If an outside call has been paged and transferred, you can answer the call by pressing the corresponding CO button whose indicator is ashing slowly.
Paging and Transfer
You can transfer a call using the paging feature (Paging All, Paging External, or Paging Group).
Using Paging All
Dial 33. Confirmation tone Announce.
Wait for an answer.
The held party and the paged extension are connected and can start a conversation.
Using Paging External: to an external pager
Confirmation tone Announce.
The held party and paged extension are connected and can start a conversation.
Using Paging Group: to all extension groups
PT and SLT During a conversation:
Confirmation Announce. Wait for Confirmation Hang up or press an answer. tone SP-PHONE. tone
Dial tone For a PT: Press TRANSFER. For an SLT: Flash the hookswitch.
paging group no.
Enter a paging group number (1 through 8). Confirmation tone
Using Paging Group: to a particular extension group
SLT If Hold-3 is assigned in System Programming, you must dial 20 after ashing the hookswitch.
System Programming Installation Manual  Hold Mode Selection  Extension Group Assignment
A page sent to a built-in speaker can be denied by any extension in the system.
System Programming Installation Manual  Pickup Dial Delay Time
Power Failure Transfer
During a power failure, each of the following outside (CO) lines will be connected to an assigned extension. Outside (CO) line 1: jack number 01 Outside (CO) line 4: jack number 09
During a power failure, all features cannot be used except for incoming and outgoing outside calls from jack numbers 01 and 09. If jack numbers 01 and 09 are connected to proprietary telephones, disconnect the units and connect single line telephones.
Pulse to Tone Conversion
phone no. (Pulse mode)
Enter the phone number (Pulse mode).
Allows you to change the dialing mode from Pulse to Tone to access services that require tones, such as computer telephone services and Voice Mail.
desired no. (Tone mode)
Enter the desired number (Tone mode).
You cannot change from Tone to Pulse dialing mode.
Redial, Last Number
Automatically saves the last outside phone number dialed so that you can make a call to the same party later using a simple operation. PT
Dial ## or 80.
Up to sixty-four digits can be stored and redialed. This does not include an outside (CO) line access code. If you hear a busy tone when attempting to redial, select another line and press the REDIAL button or feature number. The stored number will be replaced even if only one digit is dialed the next time an outside call is made. Dialing an outside (CO) line access code will not affect the stored number. , #, PAUSE, and INTERCOM (for secret dialing) are counted as one digit. While calling or during a conversation, pressing the REDIAL button will disconnect the current call and redial the stored number in 3 seconds. You can check the stored number. Press the REDIAL button while on-hook, and the stored number will be displayed.
Allows you to save the current external telephone number during a conversation, so that you can redial the same party later using a simple operation. The saved number can be redialed until another number is stored.
*1 An alarm will be heard at the preset time and then the setting is cleared. *2 An alarm will be heard daily at the preset time until the setting is changed or canceled.
Checking the set time (with a display PT only)
If 10:10 AM has been set: <PT Display Example>
one time daily
Stopping the alarm
Dial tone 3
Pressing any key also stops the alarm.
This tone conrms that you have a Timed Reminder.
Be sure the system clock is set correctly. The alarm continues for thirty seconds. If you receive an incoming call during the alarm, ringing starts after the alarm stops. If the alarm is set to sound during a conversation, the alarm will start after the conversation. If the operator, manager or you set a new time, the preset time will be cleared. If an alarm time has not been set, the display will show the following. Alarm Not Stored
System Programming Installation Manual  Date and Time Setting
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call) (3.3 Operator/Manage Service Features) Telephone Features
Toll Restriction Override
There are three types of toll restriction override. Toll Restriction Override by Account Codes Toll Restriction for System Speed Dialing Toll Restriction Station Lock Boundary Class
Toll Restriction Override by Account Codes
Allows you to temporarily override toll restriction and make a toll call from a tollrestricted telephone assigned to the verify-toll mode. You can carry out this feature by entering a pre-assigned account code before dialing the telephone number. For the operation procedure, refer to Account Code Entry.
This feature changes the toll restriction COS number as follows. When an account code is entered, the COS number is changed to the COS number 2. The COS numbers 1 and 2 will not be changed. If you do not enter an account code or enter an invalid one, a regular toll restriction check is done. You can enter an account code only when you need to override toll restriction. To override toll restriction in the option, forced or verify-all mode, use the Walking COS feature.
System Programming Installation Manual  Account Codes  TRS Class of Service (COS) Assignment Day/Night/Lunch  Account Code Entry Mode
Account Code Entry Toll Restriction ( See the Installation Manual.) Walking COS
Allows you to change the toll restriction in System Speed Dialing. Normally, calls originated by System Speed Dialing are restricted depending on the extensions toll restriction COS number. Once this option is set, the COS number is changed to the one assigned in the program . You can select the toll restriction COS number by System Programming.
System Programming Installation Manual  Toll Restriction System Speed Dialing Boundary Class
Display Message Waiting MW-123 Night Not Stored Other CO Key Playback 1:00
Description Restored the Message Waiting (MESSAGE) button. The Another Extension Message Waiting button is assigned. The Night button is assigned. No programming is assigned. The Other-CO (O-CO) button is assigned. When playing back the OGM. Selecting a Prime Line Preference Incoming. Selecting a No Line Preference Incoming. Selecting a Ring Line Preference Incoming. Selecting a Prime Line Preference Outgoing. Selecting an Idle Line Preference Outgoing. Selecting a No Line Preference Outgoing. Selecting a Private mode. Live Call Screening (LCS). :00 When recording the OGM. Selecting an Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection. The SAVE button is assigned. Selecting a Ring-Calling mode. The Group-CO (G-CO) button is assigned. Selecting a Voice-Calling mode. The Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button is assigned. The Two-Way Recording button is assigned. The Two-Way Transfer button is assigned. The One-Touch Dialing button is assigned. The Station Lock button is assigned.
Pref. In :CO-2 Pref. In :No Pref. In :Ring Pref. Out:CO-2 Pref. Out:Idle Pref. Out:No Private Record 1
RNG:1,2,3,4,5,6 Save Button Tone Call TRK GRP-6 Voice Call VTR-101 2WAY-REC:101 2WAY-TRANS:101 092-555-2111 EXT-101
If the displayed characters exceed sixteen digits, & is shown on the right-hand side of the display. The duration time display is only shown when you make or receive an outside call. The Count start time for outgoing calls can be programmed as desired. When you conrm key programming, be sure to press the button while on-hook.
Feature Number List
Feature Numbers and Additional Required Digits
Feature Absent Message Capability set / cancel Account Code Entry for an SLT Call Forwarding set / cancel Call Forwarding Follow Me set / cancel Call Hold (Hold Mode 2 or 3) for an SLT Call Hold, Retrieve outside call / intercom call Call Log, Incoming in the Common Area All Clear Call Log, Incoming in the Personal Area All Clear Call Log, Incoming the 21st call in the personal area overwrite / disregard Call Log, Incoming the 301st call in the common area overwrite / disregard Call Log Lock, Incoming lock unlock Call Park / Call Park Retrieve Call Pickup, Directed Call Pickup, Group Call Pickup Deny set / cancel Call Retrieving from TAM Call Waiting set / cancel for extensions Call Waiting set / cancel for outside (CO) lines Data Line Security set / cancel Do Not Disturb (DND) set / cancel Doorphone Call calling / door open Electronic Station Lockout set cancel Executive Busy Override Deny set / cancel Extension Number External Feature Access Live Call Screening Password set cancel / 4*
Quick Reference Guide
Table of Contents
Operation for KX-TA624/TA824.. 2 Operation for KX-TAW848/TDA Series. 8 Location of Controls..14 Before Operating the Telephone.. 16 Tilt Angle.. 17 Connection.. 18 Wall Mounting.. 18 Important Information.. 19 Important Safety Instructions. 20 FCC Information.. 21 Other Information... 23
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic KX-T7737 Proprietary Telephone. Please read this manual before using and save for future reference. This product can be used with a Panasonic KX-TA624/KX-TA824/KXTAW848/KX-TDA series PBX. Included Accessories: (for extra orders, call toll free 1-800-332-5368)
Handset. 1 Telephone Line Cord. 1 Overlay. 1 Handset Cord. 1 Stand. 1
Operation for KX-TA624/TA824
Outside (CO) Line button Off-hook On-hook
Programmable Feature button Talk
* "Location of Controls" is shown on pages 14-15.
Operation Making Calls
To an extension To an external party extension no.
( ) ( )
Calling an operator
To store personal speed dial no. (0-9) desired no.
Speed Dialing (Personal)
To dial personal speed dial no. (0-9) To dial system speed dial no. (00-99)
Speed Dialing (System)
Picking up a call
extension no. Group
Operation When the Dialed Extension is Busy/No Answer
Automatic Callback Busy
To set While hearing a busy tone
To call If you hear callback ringing
To leave a notification
Sender Message Waiting
To cancel a notification receiver's extension no. To call back
To clear all notifications
While hearing a busy tone
Wait for an answer.
For outside calls Set Cancel For intercom calls Set Cancel
Call Waiting Receiver
To talk to the new party
While hearing the Call Waiting tone
Terminating a current status
Holding a current status
Operation During a Conversation
Holding To retrieve a call at the holding extension
Holding a call
To retrieve an outside call from another extension
Holding a call exclusively
To retrieve a call on exclusive hold
Screened extension no.
To an extension
To an external party
(System programming is required.)
Transferring a call
Unscreened to an extension extension no.
To page All extensions Group group no. All external speakers
All extensions & external speakers
To answer an announced page
Operation Useful Features
third party's no.
parameter (if required)
Setting Absent Message
All calls extension no. Busy/No answer extension no. To an outside line line access code Follow Me
Forwarding a call
your extension no. Cancel Follow Me your extension no. Cancel
To Voice Mail All calls VPS extension No. Busy/No answer VPS extension No.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
(Lock code is 4 digits.)
Locking your extension
lock code lock code
Clearing the setting
Operation To Make Use of Voice Mail Service
KX-TVA series Extension No. of the VPS
Listen to Message Deliver Message
From your Own Extension
Mailbox Management If you have no password, you can skip the last step. Automated Attendant Message Notification Other Features
Extension No. of the VPS
From someone else's extension
Listen to Message
Mailbox No. Password
Deliver Message Check Mailbox Distribution Automated Attendant Mailbox Management Other Features End Call
If you have no password, you can skip the last step.
first 3 or 4 of name
Repeat Voice Guidance Exit Menu
Operation for KX-TAW848/TDA Series
To store personal speed dial no. (00-99) desired no.
To dial personal speed dial no. (00-99)
To dial system speed dial no. (000-999)
extension no. Group group no.
To clear all notifications your extension no.
For outside calls No tone Tone For intercom calls No call Tone
To an external party Wait for an answer. Announce.
To page Group group no.
ICD Group* extension no. Specified All *ICD Group: Incoming Call Distribution Group
Both calls Outside calls Intercom calls All calls desired no.* Busy desired no.* No answer Cancel Follow Me your extension no. Follow Me Cancel your extension no.
desired no.* Busy/No answer desired no.*
* Enter your desired extension no., or line access code and outside phone no.
To Voice Processing System (VPS) All calls Busy No Answer Busy/No Answer Cancel VPS extension no.
Outside calls Intercom calls
Setting your extension PIN (Personal Identification Number)
To set extension PIN To cancel stored extension PIN same extension PIN
WARNING When a third party discovers the password (extension PIN) of the Hybrid IP-PBX, there is a risk that fraudulent telephone calls will be made using the telephone line. The cost of such calls will be billed to your own account. To protect this kind of fraudulent use, we strongly recommend: a) Keeping the PIN secret. b) Selecting a complex, random PIN that cannot be easily guessed. c) Changing the PIN regularly.
Location of Controls
ON OFF TALK CID 2 RINGER BACKLIGHT
RINGER Volume/BACKLIGHT Illumination/Talking Caller ID Selector
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) with Backlight
* The use of a headset is optional. Recommended headsets are KX-TCA91 and KX-TCA92.
1 PROGRAM: Used to enter and exit the programming mode. CONF (Conference): Used to establish a multiple party conversation. INTERCOM: Used to make or receive intercom calls. FWD/DND (Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb): Used to perform Call Forwarding or Do Not Disturb. FLASH/RECALL: Used for External Feature Access or to disconnect the current call and make another call without hanging up. AUTO ANS (Auto Answer)/Mute: Used to answer an incoming call in the hands-free mode or mute the microphone during a conversation. AUTO DIAL/STORE: Used for speed dialing or storing program changes. REDIAL: Used to redial. DIALING BUTTONS WITH BACKLIGHT: Dialing buttons are backlit (1) when you receive a call, (2) during a conversation, (3) when BGM is activated at your phone, or (4) when you press any button. TRANSFER: Used to transfer a call to another party. HOLD: Used to place a call on hold. Message/Ringer Lamp: The Message/ Ringer lamp informs you visually that you have a message or a call. When you receive a call, the lamp flashes depending on the ringing pattern. When the ringing pattern is set to Single (Slow flash), Double (Moderate flash), or Triple (Rapid flash) in your PBX, the lamp flashes accordingly. When any of the other ringing patterns are set in your PBX, the lamp may not flash. (e.g., SDouble, Call Waiting Tone1.) When someone has left you a message, the lamp is lit continuously. 12 SP-PHONE: Used for the hands-free operation. NAVIGATOR KEY: Used to adjust the volume and the display contrast, or select desired items. Programmable Feature (PF) Button: Used as a One-touch Dialing button. (Button assignment is required.) Flexible Outside (CO) Line Button: Used to make or answer an outside call. Pressing this button seizes an idle outside line automatically. (Button assignment is required.) Also used as a feature button. (Button assignment is required.) PAUSE: Used to insert a pause during dialing. MESSAGE: Used to leave a message waiting indication, or call back the party who left the message waiting indication.
Before Operating the Telephone
Speaker/Handset/Headset volume *
While in hands-free conversation
While using the handset or headset
Press Up or Down.
Ringer volume/Backlight illumination
Slide the lever of the RINGER Volume Selector and BACKLIGHT Illumination Selector to the desired setting. BACKLIGHT SW POSITION LCD backlight DIALING BUTTONS backlight 2 HIGH AUTO 1 LOW AUTO 0 OFF OFF
AUTO: The backlight shines only during operation.
Display contrast *
Press Left (Light) or Right (Dark).
* The above settings may return to default settings if the telephone line cord is disconnected, or the main unit's power is interrupted.
Talking Caller ID
You can hear Caller ID information vocally sent from your PBX through the built-in speaker. The voice volume of Talking Caller ID depends on the setting of the Ringer volume. For the Ringer volume, refer to "Ringer volume" on page 16.
ON OFF TALK CID
Slide the TALK CID Selector to ON to enable the Talking Caller ID feature.
Note: If the character ":" is included in the Caller ID name, it will not be announced normally. Therefore, we recommend that you do not use ":" in the Caller ID name.
The tilt angle of the unit can be adjusted. To adjust the angle, insert the stand into the desired holes as shown below.
< LOW >
< HIGH >
The telephone line cord (included) To the main unit ( TO MAIN UNIT )
< Back view >
CAUTION Ensure the cord is inserted in the groove to prevent damage to the connector.
Disable the parallel setting for the single line telephone (SLT) in PBX programming. If it is enabled, the Talking Caller ID feature may not operate properly. For information on how to disable, refer to the documentation for your PBX.
1 Pull down the handset hook until it locks,
so the tab holds the handset.
2 Remove the attached stand.
3 Mount the unit on the wall.
To temporarily place the handset down during a conversation, hook it over the top edge of the phone as shown.
83 mm (3-1/4 in)
TO PREVENT POSSIBLE FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. THIS HANDSET EARPIECE IS MAGNETIZED AND MAY RETAIN SMALL FERROUS OBJECTS. DISCONNECT THE TELEPHONE LINE CORD FROM THIS PRODUCT IF THIS PRODUCT EMITS SMOKE, AN ABNORMAL SMELL OR MAKES UNUSUAL NOISE. THESE CONDITIONS CAN CAUSE FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK. CONFIRM THAT SMOKE HAS STOPPED AND CONTACT AN AUTHORIZED SERVICENTER.
During a power failure, this telephone will not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent on local power, is available for use in an emergency.
When you ship the product:
Carefully pack and send it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. Attach a postage-paid letter, detailing the symptom to the outside of the carton. DO NOT send the product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices. They are NOT equipped to make repairs.
Panasonic Servicenters for this product are listed in the servicenter directory. Consult your certified Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.
For your future reference
SERIAL NO. (found on the bottom of the unit) NAME OF DEALER
DEALER'S ADDRESS DEALER'S TEL. NO.
DATE OF PURCHASE
Important Safety Instructions
When using this unit, basic safety precautions, including those below, should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons. 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit. 3. Unplug this unit from the main unit before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Clean with a damp cloth. 4. Do not use the unit near water, for example, near a bathtub, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool. 5. Place this unit on a flat surface. Serious damage and/or injury may result if the unit falls. 6. The unit should never be placed near or over a radiator or other heat source. 7. Do not allow anything to rest on the extension cord. Do not locate this unit where the cord may be stepped on or tripped on. 8. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. 9. Do not insert objects of any kind into this unit through openings, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit. 10. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this unit. Only qualified personnel should service this unit. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock. 11. Unplug this unit from the main unit and have the unit serviced by qualified service personnel in the following cases: A. When the extension cord is damaged or frayed. B. If liquid has been spilled on the unit. C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water. D. If the unit does not work normally by following the manual. Adjust only controls covered by the manual. Improper adjustment may require repair by an authorized servicenter. E. If the unit has been dropped, or damaged. F. If the unit's performance deteriorates. 12. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There is a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 13. Do not use the telephone in the vicinity of a gas leak to report the leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. FCC Part 68 Approved Device: This equipment is approved under FCC Part 68 as a component device for use with a Panasonic KX-TA624/KX-TA824/KX-TAW848/KX-TDA series PBX. In order for approval of this product to be valid, all other products used in conjunction with this product must also be FCC Part 68 approved as a component device for use with the PBXs listed above. If any of these components are not approved, then you, as owner or user, are required to obtain FCC Part 68 approval of the assembled equipment prior to connection to the telephone network. Part 68 approval requires that you maintain this approval over time and as such you are responsible for the following: Any component added to your equipment, whether it bears component approval or not, will require a Part 68 compliance evaluation. You may need to test, reapprove, and make a filing to the ACTA database before that new component can be used; Any modification/update made to any approved component within your equipment will require a Part 68 compliance evaluation. The modifying entity becomes the Responsible Party for the modified equipment. The Responsible Party will need to determine if a new test, approval, and filing to the ACTA database is required before that modified component can be connected to the network; If the Responsible Party continues to produce this component that party is required to comply with all continuing compliance requirements under FCC rules.
If the telephone service provider requests the approval number and REN of the device you are connecting, supply the FCC registration or "US" numbers for all components and host devices that have a direct PSTN connection and the highest REN. If at any time the ownership of this component device is transferred to someone else (whether independently or as part of a system), supply this manual to the new owner. Therefore only approved devices bearing the "CN" or "CE" equipment code as part of the "US" approval number may be used with this equipment. (NOTE: The host equipment used in conjunction with this product may bear a "US" approval or an FCC registration number with other than the "CN" or "CE" equipment code.) When determining if your particular component device is appropriately approved, look for the "US" approval or FCC registration number on all components and ensure that the classification code "-CN-" or "-CE-" is part of that number. Refer to the "US" approval number on this product as an example. Hearing Aid Compatibility: This telephone provides magnetic coupling for hearing aids. Use only handsets or other acoustic devices with this equipment that are compliant with the hearing aid compatibility requirements of FCC Part 68. CAUTION: To assure continued compliance with FCC rules, do not make any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the user's authority to operate this device. When programming emergency numbers and/or making test calls to emergency numbers: 1) Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call before hanging up. 2) Perform such activities in the off peak hours, such as early morning hours or late evenings.
If you are having problems making calls, unplug the extension and connect a known working telephone. If the known working telephone operates properly, have the defective telephone repaired by an authorized Panasonic Factory Servicenter. If the known working telephone does not operate properly, check the PBX System and the internal extension wiring. Keep the unit away from heating appliances and devices that generate electrical noise, such as fluorescent lamps, motors and televisions. These noise sources can interfere with the performance of the unit. It also should not be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 5 C (41 F) or greater than 40 C (104 F). Allow 10 cm (3-15/16 in) clearance around the unit for proper ventilation. Avoid environments with excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, shock, or direct sunlight. Wipe the unit with a soft cloth. Do not clean the unit with abrasive powders or with chemical agents such as benzine or thinner. Use only the correct Panasonic handset. Do not disassemble this unit. Dangerous electrical shock could result. The unit must only be disassembled and repaired by qualified service technicians. If damage to this unit exposes any internal parts, immediately disconnect the telephone line and mains supply. Then return the unit to a servicenter.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Puerto Rico, lnc. Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 http://www.panasonic.com/csd Copyright: This material is copyrighted by Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd., and may be reproduced for internal use only. All other reproduction, in whole or in part, is prohibited without the written consent of Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. 2005 Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
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