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Lag 12:50am on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 
owned this phone system for a year added another extension since it worked so well Comfortable Handset","Compact design","Easy To Set Up". The best, nicest and most satisfying telephone I have ever owned! Comfortable Handset","Compact design","Easy To Set Up","Good Sound".
Tallon 3:06am on Friday, June 18th, 2010 
Reviewer left no comment Display is so LARGE for the VERY short-sighted! Too large. Not as stylish as the model it replaced
j_lalith 5:08pm on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010 
Good digital phone Good quality DECT phone, good reception and very clear. Can easily transfer all phone numbers to each handset. Very small and neat.
colocom 5:27am on Friday, May 7th, 2010 
Panasonic KX-TGA641ES Handset and KX-TG642 DECT phone range Attractive and good handset with easy read screen and 100 entry memory. Panasonic handset Excellent , Easy to use , clear screen , large buttons .

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Introducing Choice Mail, a Panasonic exclusive. With Choice Mail, you can quickly view and play specic, saved messages without having to listen to others. Welcome to Panasonics 2009 telephone lineup convenient, smart, and innovative solutions for keeping you connected.

e Features

Talking Caller ID, Talking Alarm Clock, Talking Battery Alert
Now you dont have to be holding the phone to see whos calling; using text-to-speech technology, the caller ID information is announced in between rings! The phone also boasts an alarm clock that speaks to you, as in Its time for lunch. And the phone politely tells you when your battery is low with a Please charge phone reminder.

Choice Mail

With Choice Mail, you can quickly view and retrieve a specic recorded message among many. No need to listen to snippets of other messages to get to the one you want. Its one more way Panasonic designs communication solutions for the way you live.
7400 Series DECT 6.0 Digital Phones KX-TG7434B
/ Talking Alarm Clock / Talking Battery Alert

KX-TG7433B 3 Handsets

KX-TG7432B 2 Handsets
KX-TGA740B Additional Digital Cordless Handset

KX-TG7431B 1 Handset

DECT 6.0 Digital Phones 6400 Series

4 Handsets

3 Handsets

2 Handsets

Additional Digital Cordless Handset

1 Handset

6400 Series DECT 6.0 Digital Phones
DECT 6.0 Digital Phones 1000 Series
1000 Series DECT 6.0 Digital Phones KX-TG1034S

KX-TG1033S 3 Handsets

KX-TG1032S 2 Handsets
KX-TGA101S Additional Digital Cordless Handset

KX-TG1031S 1 Handset

DECT 6.0 Digital Phones 9300 Series KX-TG9392T

and 2 Chargers Included

KX-TGA939T Additional Digital Cordless Handset

KX-TG9391T 1 Handset

9300 Series DECT 6.0 Digital Phones KX-TG9344T
KX-TGA930T Additional Digital Cordless Handset

KX-TG9343S 3 Handsets

KX-TG9333T

KX-TG9332T 2 Handsets

Link-to-Cell Bluetooth Convergence Solution
Your cell phone is your lifeline. Now it can be your home line too.

Use your cell phone as your home phone with the Bluetooth-powered Panasonic Link-to-Cell.

STRONGER SIGNAL

LONGER BATTERY LIFE

CONNECT ANYWHERE

LANDLINE USE WITH OR WITHOUT
The experience of using your cell phone at home has just been Bluetooth1. The combination of Bluetooth power and Panasonic technology gives you the freedom of your cell and the comfort of extension phones in your own home. By connecting your cell
Cell improves on short cell phone battery life, reduces the need for carrying the cell phone around with you, and eliminates cell phone reception problems in your home. Plus, when its hooked up battery life of a cordless handset versus a cell phone is virtually undisputable. Great reception, immeasurable comfort, remarkable convenienceand the ability to charge your cell phone at the

with Landline Capability

Multi-Line Phone Systems

and Auto Message Delete

- Flash Memory Message Backup
4-Line Integrated Corded Phone Systems KX-TS4300B

KX-TS4200B

KX-TS4100B

Integrated Corded Phones

Phone Accessories

KX-TS710B/S

Three devices in one Internet Speakerphone, Handset and high-quality PC speaker Internet phone services such as Skype

KX-TCA92

Same Features as

Microphone Control

Design Silver or Black

KX-TCA93

Microphone
2009 Lineup Network Cameras
Wouldnt you like to know.
whats going on at home, the ofce, a job site, the store or restaurant, your childs daycare, even school?
Place these Plug and Play cameras almost anywhere youd like to keep an eye on things, with no PC required on location! Panasonic Network Cameras can be viewed and controlled from a standard web browser. Theyre easy to install, easy to operate, and require no additional software for viewing on your PC or cell phone.
Innovative Camera Solutions for Internet Viewing1

2009 Lineup

Business Applications
Remote CLASSROOM Participation Empower absent students to participate in a live lesson, or view a recorded session. Panasonic network cameras feature progressive scan, so visual aids are clear and text is legible. Easily pan around the room for an expanded view of the interior and contents of the classroom. Remote DAYCARE Observation Ensure peace of mind, and increase the quality of your customer service by giving parents the ability to see their children. And employee awareness of being monitored tends to lead to a higher quality of service and care. Plus the presence of cameras tends to reduce illegal activity and deter crime. Remote RESTAURANT Evaluation Assess customer service and staff performance, and oversee cash handling and transactions. Reduce illegal activity and vandalism with the presence of cameras, and receive email alerts if theres unusual activity. Remote CONSTRUCTION SITE Maintenance View and manage multiple job sites from virtually anywhere at any time. Monitor the progress of your sub-contractors and stay on schedule. Deter crime, theft and vandalism with the presence of cameras, and receive email notication if there is suspicious activity. Remote CAR DEALERSHIP Management Increase customer service, and improve staff performance by viewing, recording and evaluating employee activity. Help reduce crime with the presence of cameras, and receive Email notication if there is suspicious activity in your showroom(s) or on your lot(s) after hours. Remote RETAIL/CONVENIENCE STORE Supervision Help keep staff honest and reduce loss by overseeing cash handling and transactions. Use recorded view to educate staff and improve the level of customer service. Deter theft, and receive email alerts if theres unusual or suspicious activity.

BL-C1A

Network Camera

BL-C101A

MPEG-4 Network Camera
per Second CMOS from Cell phone Multi-Camera Pages IP Address View Mode per Second CMOS

*Not 802.3af compliant

BL-C111A
MPEG-4 Pan/Tilt Network Camera

with Presets

BL-C140A

Outdoor Network Camera

View Mode per Second CMOS

Sensor Alert, Timer

BL-CA51A
Network Camera Wall Mount Kit

camera sold separately.

Residential

BL-C160A

Outdoor Network Camera with Built-in LED

BL-C121A

Wireless Network Camera

BL-C131A

Wireless Pan/Tilt MPEG-4 Network Camera

Sensor Alert, Timer Sensor Alert, Timer

BB-HCM581A-W

PoE Zoom MPEG-4 Network Camera

BB-HCM581A

BB-HCM531A
Outdoor PoE MPEG-4 Network Camera

Business

BB-HCM515A
MegaPixel PoE MPEG-4 Network Camera
The BB-HCM515A can capture images in stunning 1280 x1024 resolution for crisp, full screen viewing.

BB-HCM511A

PoE MPEG-4 Network Camera

BB-HCM580A

BB-HCM527A

PoE Dome Network Camera

BB-HCA10A
NEW! Ceiling Flush Mount Bracket for use with the Panasonic BB-HCM527A 32

BB-HCM547A

Outdoor PoE Dome Network Camera

BB-HCM371A

Wireless, Outdoor, Pan/Tilt Network Camera with 2-Way Audio

BB-HCM403A

BB-HCS301A

Network Camera Server

The BB-HCS301A can convert nearly any video source to an internet video stream for viewing on a PC or cell phone with the same user interface as a regular Panasonic network camera. With motion detection, it can even send an email when the image changes.
Panasonic IP Network Camera Easy Selection Guide
Wireless Outdoor PoE SD Slot Digital Optical Zoom Zoom Capability Capability Maximum Resolution MPEG4 MJPEG Lux Rating Night View Max. 2-Way Spkr/ Motion Thermal Privacy Number Simul. Built-In Mic ips/fps Audio Mic Sensor Sensor Button of Viewers for One-Way Jack Presets Audio
BL-C1A BL-C101A BL-C111A BL-C121A BL-C131A BL-C140A BL-C160A BB-HCM581A/A-W BB-HCM580A BB-HCM547A BB-HCM531A BB-HCM527A BB-HCM515A BB-HCM511A BB-HCM403A BB-HCM371A
640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480 640x480

0.09 0.09

Optional System Equipment
Keep the camera out of view

BB-HCA1A-B (smoke)

Network Camera Cover
This cover completely covers the network camera, making the lens movement, direction, and other monitoring aspects difcult to see. Use it for situations like building entranceways or retail shops, where you need to monitor activity but also need to be sensitive to the effect that a camera may have on people.
Applicable models: BB-HCM381A, HCE481A, HCM581A, HCM580A; KX-HCM280A Indoor use only Minimum illumination color change
Specications: Dimension (HxWxD): Weight:
3rd Party Solutions VideoLarm
Outdoor Enclosures from VideoLarm for Panasonic Network Cameras BB-HCM581A/A-W and BB-HCM580A
with UV protected and acrylic lower dome.
BB-HCH280CT tinted dome perpendicular mount
BB-HCH280P with power BB-HCH280W basic unit
BB-HCH280RP ruggedized with power BB-HCH280R ruggedized
Record in MPEG-4 format too

BB-HNP15A

Grows with You

your needs evolve. A variety of expansion let you access new features as well as expand your capabilities, without having to purchase a new system.

KX-TDA50G Control Unit

KX-TDA50G Total Number of CO Lines 4 Total Number of Extensions 4
KX-TDA50G Hybrid IP-PBX Expansion Components and Accessories
KX-TDA5105 KX-TDA5170 KX-TDA5171 KX-TDA5172 KX-TDA5173 KX-TDA5192 KX-TDA5470 KX-TDA5174 KX-TDA5175 Memory Expansion 4 Port Hybrid Line Card (HLC4) 4 Port Digital Line Card (DLC4) 8 Port Digital Line Card (DLC8) 4 Port Single Line Card (SLC4) In-Skin Simple Voice Mail Card 4 Port IP Extension Card 8 Port Single Line Card (SLC8) 4 Port Proprietary Line Card (PLC4) KX-TDA5180 KX-TDA5480 KX-TDA5161 KX-TDA5166 KX-TDA5168 KX-TDA5193 KX-TDA5196 KX-TDA5191 KX-APort Loop Start CO Card (LCOT 4) VoIP Gateway Card (IPGW4) 4 Port Doorphone/Door Opener Card (DPH4) 8 Channel Echo Canceller Card (ECHO8) Extension Caller ID2 Card (EXT-CID) 4 Port Caller ID2 Card (CID4) Remote Card (V.90) (RMT) 2 Channel Message Card (MSG2) Additional AC Power Supply
Business Telephone Systems
KX-TDE600 Converged IP-PBX
business, providing solutions that will improve the way your business communicates.
architecture, you can easily insert expansion cards and access new features as well as expand your capabilities. This expandability means you can enhance system capabilities and features to meet your changing needs, without having to purchase a new system.
KX-TDE600 Expansion Cards and Accessories
KX-TDA6110 BUS-M Card KX-TDA6111 BUS-M Card

Station Cards

KX-TDA0143 KX-TDA0144 KX-T0155 KX-T0158 KX-TDA0156 KX-TDA0170 KX-TDA0171 KX-TDA0172 4-Port Cell Station Interface Card (CSIF4) 8-Port Cell Station Interface Card (CSIF8) 2-Channel DECT Cell Station 8-Channel DECT Cell Station 4-Channel DECT Cell Station w/CSIF 4 or 8 8-Port Digital Hybrid Line Card (DHLC8) 8-Port Digital Line Card (DLC8) 16-Port Digital Line Card (DLC16) KX-TDA0173 KX-TDA6174 KX-TDA6175 KX-TD0177 KX-TDE6101 KX-TDA6178 KX-TDA0470 8-Port Single Line Card (SLC8) 16-Port Single Line Card (ESLC16) 16-Port Single Line Card w/Msg Wait. (EMSLC16) 16-Port Single Line Card w/Caller ID2 (CSLC16) MPR Card for upgrade from TDA600 24-Port Single Line Card (ECSLC24) w/Caller ID2 16-Channel IP Extension Card (IP-EXT16)

Central Ofce and IP Gateway Cards
KX-TDA6181 KX-TDA0187 KX-TDA0290 16-Port Loop Start CO Trunk Card (ELCOT16) T1 Trunk Card (T1) ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI23) KX-TDA0484 KX-TDA0490 4-Channel Card (IP-GW4) 16-Channel Gateway Card (IPGW16)
Resource and Feature Cards
KX-A258 KX-TDE0105 KX-TDA0161 KX-TDA0164 KX-TDA6166 KX-TDA0190 KX-TDA0191 KX-TDA0410 Blank Slot Cover Memory Expansion Card (EMEC) for KX-TDE600 4-Port Doorphone Card (DPH4) 4-Port External Input/Out Card (EIO4) 16-Port Echo Cancellation Card (EECHO16) Optional 3-Slot Base Card (OPB3) 4-Channel Message Card (MSG4) CTI Link Card KX-TDA0196 KX-TDA0168 KX-TDA0193 KX-TDA0194 KX-NCS4104 KX-NCS4716 KX-NCS4950 Remote Card (RMT) Extension Caller ID2 Card (EXT-CID) 8-Port Caller ID2 Card (CID8) 4-Channel Simplied Voice Message Card (ESVM4) 4-Channel IP Trunk Activation Key 16-Channel SIP Extension Activation Key Activation key for Enhanced Features
Mounting Hardware for KX-TDE600
KX-TDA6201 Wall Bracing Kit
Power Supplies (1 Required per Cabinet)
KX-TDA0103 L-Type Power Supply KX-TDA0104 M-Type Power Supply

KX-TDE600

Basic Shelf (Main Unit)
Maximum Capacity 160 ports

KX-TDE620*

Expansion Shelf

Features

CO Lines: Digital Extensions:

* using DXDP

(432*)

(736*)

(1008*)

(1152*)

KX-TVA50

Voice Mail Cabinet

The Basic Cabinet is congured as follows:

Major Features

KX-TVA50 Expansion and Feature Cards
KX-TVA502 KX-TVA503 KX-TVA524 KX-TVA594 KX-TVAPort DPT/APT/SLT Interface Card 2 Port DPT Interface Card 4 Hour Memory Expansion Card LANI/FCard Remote Modem Card
KX-TVA50 Mounting Hardware
KX-A249 19" Rack Mount Bracket

KX-TVA200

The Basic Cabinet is initially congured as follows:
KX-TVA200 Expansion and Feature Cards
KX-TVAPort DPT Interface Card
KX-TVA200 Mounting Hardware
KX-A244X 19" Rack Mount Bracket

KX-TA824

Advanced Hybrid PBX System
KX-TA824 Optional Expansion and Feature Cards
KX-TA82483 KX-TA82481 KX-TA82470 KX-TAx 8 Expansion Card 2 x 8 Expansion Card 8 Port Extension Card Door Phone/Door Open Card KX-TA82491 KX-TA82492 KX-TA82493 DISA/Auto Attendant Expansion Card Voice Message Card Caller ID2 Card
KX-T7700 Series System Telephones

KX-T7700 Series Features

Phone Book Sharing Once you have programmed all your names and phone numbers into one of your handsets you can then share that phone book with any other handset in the system. Picture ID Choose from a downloaded or selectable picture to link to your preprogrammed phonebook data. The preprogrammed picture will occur when the corresponding Caller ID information is received from an incoming call. Privacy Mode Each handset in the system has the capability to manually block all other handsets from joining in on the conversation. When this feature is in use the handset and base will either display the word PRIVACY or an indicator button will light up, depending on the model. The privacy mode automatically shuts off when the call is ended. Remote Operation with Tone Remote Control When checking your messages on a touch tone keypad while away from home, you can control the Greeting Message, All Message Playback and Individual Message Erase. Reversible Handset Charging Lets you place the handset in the base, for charging, with the keypad and LCD (select models only) facing up or down. Ringer ID Choose from a downloaded or selectable ringer to link to your preprogrammed phone book data. The preprogrammed ringer will occur when the corresponding Caller ID information is received from an incoming call. Room Monitor By using the room monitor feature the user is able to listen in on any handset or base unit in the system from any other handset or base unit in the system using the intercom function. Selectable Ringtones Choose from up to 7 different options when selecting what you would like to hear when your phone rings. Silent Mode Allows the user to program individual handsets to ring or remain silent for specied time periods without affecting other handsets. Simultaneous Base/Handset Calling The base and handset can be used on separate phone lines for two different calls. Skip and Repeat Function Lets you selectively review your messages. SlowTalk Message Playback For easier listening of recorded messages, you can slow down the playback speed by 30% at the touch of a button. Station Speed Dialer Lets you store and quickly dial as many as 10 frequently called phone numbers, depending on the model. Each station can hold up to 32 digits, giving you enough room to include your favorite long-distance access code (i.e., 10-10-XXX). Talking Alarm Uses text-to-speech technology to make pre-programmed announcements. Talking Battery Uses text-to-speech technology to remind the user when the handset needs charging. Talking Caller ID When a call comes in, the phone doesnt just let you see who is calling, it actually tells you who is calling. Using text-to-speech technology the callers name is announced in between rings if name-andnumber Caller ID information is available. Telephone Directory Navigator Lets you save and quickly recall your most important phone numbers. Up to 122 numbers can be stored, depending on the model. Tollsaver When checking your messages from a remote location, the system will answer on the rst ring if you have any new messages. If it doesnt, you can then hang up to avoid toll charges. Transfer Message A message in your mailbox can be easily transferred to another mailbox. True Voice Paging From the base unit or a handset, you can call any other extension in the system or simultaneously page all handsets in the system by speaking through the base unit. This feature comes in handy, whether youre announcing an impromptu meeting or calling everyone at home to the dinner table.

Global IP Address (Also known as WAN IP address) The IP address which refers to a device directly connected to the Internet. This is assigned by an Internet Service Provider. HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) The protocol for moving hypertext les across the Internet. Requires a HTTP client program on one end, and an HTTP server program on the other end. HTTP is the most important protocol used in the World Wide Web (WWW). Intranet A private network inside a company or organization that uses the same kinds of software that you would nd on the public Internet, but that is only for internal use. Compare with extranet. IP Address (Internet Protocol Number) Sometimes called a dotted quad. A unique number consisting of 4 parts separated by dots, e.g. 165.113.245.2 Every machine that is on the Internet has a unique IP address. If a machine does not have an IP address, it is not really on the Internet. Many machines (especially servers) also have one or more Domain Names that are easier for people to remember. IPv4 (Internet Protocol, version 4) The most widely used version of the Internet Protocol (the IP part of TCP/IP.) IPv4 allows for a theoretical maximum of approximately four billion IP Numbers (technically 232), but the actual number is far less due to inefciencies in the way blocks of numbers are handled by networks. The gradual adoption of IPv6 will solve this problem. ISP (Internet Service Provider) An institution that provides access to the Internet in some form, usually for money JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) JPEG is most commonly mentioned as a format for image les. JPEG format is preferred to the GIF format for photographic images as opposed to line art or simple logo art. LAN (Local Area Network) A computer network limited to the immediate area, usually the same building or oor of a building. Local IP Address The IP Address of a device on the LAN side of the Router. Mega-pixel The camera is capable of capturing high quality photographic images. These monitored images can then easily be printed out for various uses. Network Any time you connect 2 or more computers together so that they can share resources, you have a computer network. Node Any single computer connected to a network. Pan/Tilt The ability for the camera to physically move left/right (pan) and up/ down (tilt) by remote control. Ping To check if a server is running. From the sound that a sonar systems makes in movies, you know, when they are searching for a submarine. Port On the Internet port often refers to a number that is part of a URL, appearing after a colon (:) right after the domain name. Every service on an Internet server listens on a particular port number on that server. Most services have standard port numbers, e.g. Web servers normally listen on port 80. Services can also listen on non-standard ports, in which case the port number must be specied in a URL when accessing the server, so you might see a URL of the form: http://p.viewnetcam.com:60001 This shows a network camera running on a non-standard port (the standard port for a web server is 80). Port Forwarding (Also known as Virtual Server) The router conguration which allows specic Internet requests to penetrate the rewall enabling access to a server running on the LAN. Power Over Ethernet (PoE) A standard which allows power and data to be carried on the same Cat5 wire. Preset sequence The camera can be programmed to automatically aim itself in certain directions according to a predetermined schedule. This allows for thorough monitoring of places of particular concern or interest. Recording audio simultaneously with SD Memory Card The SD Memory Card can record audio as well as video data for an even higher level of monitoring quality. Video monitoring with sound enhances security by providing additional information that images cannot convey. In the HCM5xx series, SD Memory Cards can be swapped even without a PC, making it possible to use a single camera unit as a monitoring device in places where a power source is available, but installation of network or other cables is problematic. Router A special-purpose computer (or software package) that handles the connection between 2 or more Packet-Switched networks. Routers spend all their time looking at the source and destination addresses of the packets passing through them and deciding which route to send them on. Server A computer, or a software package, that provides a specic kind of service to client software running on other computers. The term can refer to a particular piece of software, such as a WWW server, or to the machine on which the software is running, e.g. Our mail server is down today, thats why e-mail isnt getting out. A single server machine can (and often does) have several different server software packages running on it, thus providing many different servers to clients on the network. Sometimes server software is designed so that additional capabilities can be added to the main program by adding small programs known as servlets. Simultaneous MPEG-4 and JPEG The cameras simultaneously send three types of MPEG4 (VGA, QVGA, SCIF) data and nine types of MotionJPEG (VGA, QVGA, SCIF x favor motion, standard, favor clarity) data so you can choose the most suitable format according to the Internet connection and your viewing needs. MPEG4 is recommended for viewing smooth motion images, and MJPEG is recommended for recording higher quality images. Static IP Address A permanent IP address assigned to a device on a Network. In order nd a device on the Internet, it is usually necessary to know the IP address. A static address, since permanent, makes this easier. TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) This is the suite of protocols that denes the Internet. Originally designed for the UNIX operating system, TCP/IP software is now included with every major kind of computer operating system. To be truly on the Internet, your computer must have TCP/IP software. UDP (User Datagram Protocol) One of the protocols for data transfer that is part of the TCP/IP suite of protocols. UDP is a stateless protocol in that UDP makes no provision for acknowledgement of packets received, and is typically used for audio and video streaming. UPnP A standard protocol for automatically conguring port forwarding URL (Uniform Resource Locator) The term URL is basically synonymous with URI. URI has replaced URL in technical specications. VPN (Virtual Private Network) Usually refers to a network in which some of the parts are connected using the public Internet, but the data sent across the Internet is encrypted, so the entire network is virtually private. WAN (Wide Area Network) A network that covers an area larger than a single building or campus. Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) A popular term for a form of wireless data communication, basically Wi-Fi is Wireless Ethernet. IP Network Camera Explanatory Notes

KX-TG7434

B (Black) 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 4 (Up to 6-Handsets) 1 English / Spanish Y (30-Station) Y Y Y Y Y (Amber) Y Y Y 50-Station Y Y Y 50-Station (16 char / 32 digits ) Y 2.1-inch Full Dot Monochrome White Y Y 7 (3+4) High / Mid / Low / Off 5-history (Name*6 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 3-Step 6-Step Y Up to 4-Way (H/S-H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone / Melody / Talking Alarm) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 5 hours 11 days 7 hours Y Y Y 1 (1+0) High / Mid / Low / Off Y About 18 min. Y Y Off + 8-Step Y Y Y Y KX-TGA641/ KX-TGA740 Approx. 2 x 3.9 x 5.9 Approx. 6.3 x 1.9 x 1.3 Approx. 2 x 3 x 3.4 Approx. 6.3 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1

KX-TG6445

T (Black Metallic) 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 5 (Up to 6-Handsets) 1 English / Spanish Y (30-Station) Y Y Y Y Y (Amber) Y Y Y 50-Station Y Y Y 50-Station (16 char / 32 digits ) Y 1.8-inch Full Dot Monochrome White Y 7 (3+4) High / Mid / Low / Off 5-history (Name*6 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 3-Step 6-Step Y Y Up to 4-Way (B/U or H/S-H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone / Melody / Talking Alarm) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 5 hours 11 days 7 hours Y Y Y Last number Y Y Y Y 8-Step Y 1 (1+0) High / Mid / Low / Off Y Y About 18 min. Y Off + 8-Step Y ( MAX. 3min. ) Y Y Y Y KX-TGA641/ KX-TGA740 Approx. 2.3 x 6.1 x 5.4 Approx. 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.3 Approx. 2 x 3 x 3.4 Approx. 9.5 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1

KX-TG6434

T (Black Metallic) M (Metallic Gray) 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 4 (Up to 6-Handsets) 1 English / Spanish Y (30-Station) Y Y Y Y Y (Amber) Y Y Y 50-Station Y Y Y 50-Station (16 char / 32 digits ) Y 1.8-inch Full Dot Monochrome White Y 7 (3+4) High / Mid / Low / Off 5-history (Name*6 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 3-Step 6-Step Y Up to 4-Way (H/S-H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone / Melody / Talking Alarm) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 5 hours 11 days 7 hours Y Y Y 1 (1+0) High / Mid / Low / Off Y Y About 18 min. Y Off + 8-Step Y Y Y Y KX-TGA641/ KX-TGA740 Approx. 2.1 x 5 x 5 Approx. 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.3 Approx. 2 x 3 x 3.4 Approx. 6 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1

KX-TG6423

T (Black Metallic) 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 3 (Up to 6-Handsets) 1 English / Spanish Y (30-Station) Y Y Y Y Y (Amber) Y Y Y 50-Station Y Y Y 50-Station (16 char / 32 digits ) Y 1.8-inch Full Dot Monochrome Amber 7 (3+4) High / Mid / Low / Off 5-history (Name*6 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 3-Step 6-Step Y Up to 4-Way (H/S-H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone / Melody / Talking Alarm) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 5 hours 11 days 7 hours Y Y 1 (1+0) High / Mid / Low / Off Y Y About 18 min. Y Off + 8-Step Y Y Y Y KX-TGA641/ KX-TGA740 Approx. 2.1 x 5 x 5 Approx. 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.3 Approx. 2 x 3 x 3.4 Approx. 6 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1

KX-TG6413

T (Black Metallic) M (Metallic Gray) 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 3 (Up to 6-Handsets) 1 English / Spanish Y (30-Station) Y Y Y Y (Amber) Y Y Y 50-Station Y 50-Station (16 char / 32 digits ) Y 1.8-inch Full Dot Monochrome White Y 7 (3+4) High / Mid / Low / Off 5-history (Name*6 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 3-Step 6-Step Y Up to 3-Way (H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone / Melody) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 5 hours 11 days 7 hours Y Y Y Y KX-TGA641/ KX-TGA740 Approx. 2.1 x 5 x 5 Approx. 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.3 Approx. 2 x 3 x 3.4 Approx. 4.9 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1

KX-TG1062

M (Metallic Gray) 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 2 (Up to 6-Handsets) 1 English / Spanish Y (30-Station) Y Y Y Y (Amber) Y (9-Category Ringer) Y Y 50-Station Y 100-Station (16 char / 24 digits) Y (B/U - H/S only) Y 1.8-inch Full Dot Monochrome Amber Y 15 (5+10) 6-Step + Off 10-history (Name*2 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 4-Step 6-Step Y Y Up to 3-Way (B/U or H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone / Melody) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 12 hours 6 days 7 hours Y Y Y Y 2.5-inch 3-Line Full Dot Monochrome 100 Stations (16 char / 24 digits) 10-history (Name*2 & Number) Y Y (Soft Key) Y Y 8-Step 5-Station (24 digits) Y 6 (6+0) High / Mid / Low / Off Y Y About 18 min. Y Off + 8-Step Y Y Y Y KX-TGA106 Approx. 2.7 x 8.4 x 6.9 Approx. 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.4 Approx. 2 x 3 x 3.4 Approx. 15.9 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1

Advanced Feature

Caller ID Phonebook

Basic Function Handset

Answering System

Optional Handset

ICM = Incoming Message GM = Greeting Message 1: Requires subscription to name-and-Number Caller ID, Call Waiting and/or Voice Mail service. 2: Requires name and/ or picture registration in Phonebook function. 3: Name pronunciation may vary. 4: Optional Handset required.
5: Requires number registration in the block call list. 6: Requires registration in Phonebook function. Name is displayed only when calling from the Phonebook or Caller List. 7: Cell phone must have Bluetooth capability and must be compatible to this cordless phone system. 8: Available when browsing the function menu, the phonebook, the caller list, the redial list, the message list (TAM model) and the call block list.

Residential IP Network Camera Features

Model >

Server Image Compression
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display), MPEG-x 480, 320 x 240 (default), 192144 JPEG (favor clarity, standard, favor motion), MPEG-4 Max. 30 frames/sec. (640 x 4802, 320 x 240, 192 x 144) (AC Power source Frequency is 60 Hz) User ID / Password, SSL IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnP, SMTP Authentication, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMPv6, POP3, NDP, NTP, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS Max. 30 simultaneous users (Max. 10 users in SSL communication) Approx. 250 images (320 x 240)
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display), MPEG-x 480, 320 x 240 (default), 192144 JPEG (favor clarity, standard, favor motion), MPEG-4 Max. 30 frames/sec. (640 x 4802, 320 x 240, 192 x 144) (AC Power source Frequency is 60 Hz) Max. 25 frames/sec. (640 x 4802, 320 x 240, 192 x 144) (AC Power source Frequency is 50 Hz) User ID / Password, SSL IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnP, SMTP Authentication, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMPv6, POP3, NDP, NTP, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS Max. 30 simultaneous users (Max. 10 users in SSL communication) Approx. 250 images (320 x 240)
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display), MPEGx 480, 320 x 240 (default), 192 x 144 JPEG (favor clarity, standard, favor motion), MPEG4
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display), MPEG-x 480, 320 x 240 (default), 192 x 144 JPEG (favor clarity, standard, favor motion), MPEG4
JPEG (Motion JPEG for moving image display) 640 x 480, 320 x 240(default), 160 x modes (favor clarity, standard, favor motion)
Video Resolution Image Quality

Frame Rate1

Max. 30 frames/sec. (640 x 4802, 320 x 240, 192 x 144)
Max. 7.5 frames/sec. (640 x 4802) Max. 15 frames/sec (320 x 240, 160 x 120)

Security

User ID/password IPv4 / IPv6 Dual-Stack IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnP, SMTP Authentication, RTP, RTSP,3 RTCP IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMPv6, POP3, NDP, NTP, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP
User ID/password IPv4 / IPv6 Dual-Stack IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnP, SMTP Authentication, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DNS, ICMPv6, POP3, NDP, NTP, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP
User ID/Password, HTTPS IPv4 / IPv6 Dual- Stack IPv4: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnP, SMTP Authentication, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS IPv6: TCP, UDP, IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, ARP, ICMP, POP3, NTP, UPnP, SMTP Authentication, RTP, RTSP3, RTCP, HTTPS, SSL, TLS Max. 30 simultaneous access (Max. 10 access in HTTPS communication) Approx. 250 images (320 x 240)

Card SMTP5, FTP, HTTP Alarm, timer or motion detection 4.6x zoom (2.3x optical, 2x digital) -175up to +175 0up to 82 1/3.6" MOS1 sensor, approx. 370,000 pixels Fixed (focal range: 0.75 m to ) F1.9 (wide) - F2.8 (tele)
Memory Card SMTP5, FTP, HTTP Alarm, timer or motion detection 4.6x zoom (2.3x optical, 2x digital) -175up to +175 0up to 82 1/3.6" MOS1 sensor, approx. 370,000 pixels Fixed (focal range: 0.75 m to ) F1.9 (wide) - F2.8 (tele)
2 to 100,000 lux (in Color Night View Mode: 0.2 to 100,000 lux)
3 to 100,000 lux (in Color Night View Mode: 0.2 to 100,000 lux)
2-Way half duplex ADPCM 32 kbps 300 Hz - 3.4 kHz Built-in microphone or extemal microphone input terminal Audio line output terminal for extemal speaker Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX) Input: 2, Output: 1 Analog composite (NTSC/PAL) 3.5 mm stereo mini jack (output is mono) 3.5 mm mini jack
Network Interface External I/O Connector Video Output*8 Audio Output*8 External Microphone Input
2-Way half duplex ADPCM 32 kbps 300 Hz - 3.4 kHz Built-in microphone or extemal microphone input terminal Audio line output terminal for extemal speaker IEEE802.11b/g Diversity 11 ch. Up to 54 Mbps. WEP 64/128/152 bit Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX) Input: 2, Output: 1 3.5 mm stereo mini jack (output is mono) 3.5 mm mini jack
2-Way half duplex ADPCM 32 kbps 300 Hz - 3.4 kHz Built-in microphone or extemal microphone input terminal Audio line output terminal for extemal speaker Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-TX) Input: 2, Output: 1 3.5 mm stereo mini jack (output is mono) 3.5 mm mini jack

SD Memory Card Slot

Consumption (US)
Full size (operation Full size (operation Full size Full size Full size Full size Full size guaranteed for 8 GB and guaranteed for 8 GB and Full size (operation (operation guaranteed for (operation guaranteed for (operation guaranteed for (operation guaranteed for (operation guaranteed for 4 GB SDHC Memory Cards, 4 GB SDHC Memory Cards, guaranteed for 2GB, 1GB, 2GB, 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, 2GB, 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, 2GB, 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, 2GB, 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, 2GB, 1GB, 512MB, 256MB, for 2 GB, 1 GB, 512 MB, for 2 GB, 1 GB, 512 MB, 512MB, 256MB, 128MB and 128MB and 64MB 128MB and 64MB 128MB and 64MB 128MB and 64MB 128MB and 64MB 256 MB, 128 MB and MB, 128 MB and 64 64MB SD Memory Cards) SD Memory Cards SD Memory Cards SD Memory Cards SD Memory Cards) SD Memory Cards MB SD Memory Cards) MB SD Memory Cards) +32F to +104F +32F to +104F +32F to +122F +32F to +104F -4F to +122F +32F to +104F 4F to 122F +32F to 104F (0C to +40C) (0C to +40C) (20C to +50C) (0C to +40C) (-20C to +50C) (0C to +40C) (20C to +50C) (0C to +40C) 20% to 80% 20% to 80% 20% to 90% 20% to 80% 20% to 90% 20% to 80% 20% to 90% 20% to 80% (No Condensation) (No Condensation) (No Condensation) (No Condensation) (No Condensation) (No Condensation) (No condensation)) (No condensation) 5-1/2 x 4-13/16 x 4-13/16" 3-15/16 x 3-5/16 x 2-15/16" 3-15/16 x 3-5/16 x 2-15/16" 3-15/16 x 3-5/16 x 2-15/16" 6 x 4-1/2 x 6" 6 x 4-1/2 x 6" 3-15/16 x 3-15/16 x 3-1/8" 3-13/16 x 4-13/16 x 4-13/16" (140 x 123 x 123 mm) (100 x 100 x 74 mm) (100 x 100 x 74 mm) (100 x 100 x 74 mm) (153 x 115 x 153 mm) (153 x 115 x 153 mm) (100 x 100 x 80 mm) (97.5 x 123 x 123 mm) 581A: 1.43 lb. (650 g) 0.71 lb. (320 g) 0.74 lb. (335 g) 0.73 lb. (330 g) 1.52 lb. (690 g) 1.48 lb. (670 g) 0.78 lb. (350 g) 0.73 lb. (330 g) 580A: 1.41 lb. (640 g) PoE7: 48 V, PoE: 48 V, PoE: 48 V, PoE: 48 V, PoE: 48 V, PoE: 48 V, PoE: 48 V, IEEEE 802.3af-compliant IEEEE 802.3af-compliant IEEEE 802.3af-compliant IEEEE 802.3af-compliant IEEE 802.3af-2003 IEEE 802.3af-2003 AC adaptor: IEEEE 802.3af-compliant Power over Ethernet Power over Ethernet Power over Ethernet Power over Ethernet AC adaptor (option): input AC adaptor (option): input Input 120 V AC Power over Ethernet AC adaptor: Input 120 V AC AC adaptor: Input 120 V AC AC adaptor: Input 120 V AC AC adaptor: Input 120 V AC 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Output 12 V DC AC adaptor: Input 120 V AC / Output 12 V DC (Option) / Output 12 V DC (Option) / Output 12 V DC (Option) / Output 12 V DC (Option) Output 12 V DC, 750 mA Output 12 V DC, 750 mA / Output 12 V DC (Option) PoE: 4.4 W PoE: 4.4 W PoE7: approx. 9 W PoE: approx. 7 W PoE: approx. 6.5 W PoE: approx. 6.5 W (7.9 W during pan/tilt scan) (7.9 W during pan/tilt scan) PoE: 5.5 W AC adaptor: 10 W AC adaptor: 10.5 W AC adaptor: 7 W AC adaptor: 7 W AC adaptor: 7 W AC adaptor: 4.4 W AC adaptor: 4.4 W AC adaptor: 5.8 W (8.5 W during pan/tilt scan) (8.5 W during pan/tilt scan)

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6430 Series DECT 6.0 Digital Phones

KX-TG6432M

Expandable Digital Cordless Answering System with 2 Handsets
DECT 6.0 Technology means less Interference Call Block1,2 Silent Mode Talking Caller ID1,3 / Talking Alarm Clock / Talking Battery Alert Expandable up to 6 Handsets4
All-Digital Answering System Up to 4-way Conference Capability Ringer ID1,3 Light-up Indicator with Ringer/Charge Alert Lighted Handset Keypad Speakerphone on Handset
KX-TG6432M Expandable Digital Cordless Answering System with 2 Handsets

DECT 6.0 Technology

Engineered to work in 1.9GHz frequency, our DECT 6.0 phones wont conflict with common wireless devices such as 2.4GHz routers, wireless keyboards and mouses, microwave ovens and other household items. And because its digital, youll enjoy long range and clear sound while deterring eavesdropping.
KX-TG6432M Specifications
Color Frequency System Number of Channels Number of Handsets ( Capability ) Number of Phone Lines LCD Language Call Block1,2 Silent Mode Talking Phone (Talking Alarm Clock/Talking Battery Alert) Light-Up Indicator (Ringer / Charge Indicator) Ringer ID1,3 Menu Operation Caller ID1 Caller ID Memory1 Talking Caller ID (Base)1,3 Talking Caller ID (Handset)1,3 Voice Mail1 & Voice Mail1 Alert (Light-Up Indicator ) Shared Phonebook Memory (Name & Number) Chain Dial LCD (Handset) LCD Backlit Color Lighted Handset Keypad Redial Memory (Handset) Hold Mute Flash Receiver Volume ( Talk Volume) Speakerphone Volume Intercom (Handset to Handset) Conference Call with Outside Line Barge In ( Call Share ) Any Key Answer Clock Alarm Battery Talk Time Standby Time Charge Time Belt Clip Handset Locator Ringer Volume Wall Mountable Answering System Total Recording Time (ICM + GM + Memo) Message Alert (Light-Up Indicator ) Speaker Volume ( Base Unit Speaker) Remote Operation from Handset Remote Operation from outside Line (DTMF) Optional Handset Base Dimensions H W D (in) Handset Dimensions H W D (in) Charger Dimensions H W D (in) Base Weight (oz) Handset Weight with Battery (oz) Charger Weight (oz) ICM = Incoming Message Metallic Gray 1.9 GHz DECT 6.Channels 2 ( Up to 6-H/S ) 1 English / Spanish Y ( 30-Station ) Y Y Y ( Amber ) Y Y Y 50-Station Y Y Y 50-Station (16 char / 32 digits ) Y 1.8-inch, Full Dot Monochrome White Y 5-history (Name2 & Number) Y (Soft Key) Y (Soft Key) Y 3-Step 6-Step Y Up to 4-Way (H/S-H/S-H/S-LINE) Y Y Y Y (Tone/ Melody/ Talking Alarm) Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries (AAA x 2) 5 hours 11 days 7 hours Y Y High / Mid / Low / Off Y Y About 18 min. Y Off + 8-Step Y Y KX-TGA641/ KX-TGA740 Approx. 2.1 x 5.0 x 5.0 Approx. 6.2 x 1.9 x 1.3 Approx. 2.0 x 3.0 x 3.4 Approx. 6.0 Approx. 4.6 Approx. 2.1
EXCLUSIVE FEATURES Call Block
Store the Caller ID info of any and all unwanted callers into your phones Call Block list so that you can eliminate future pesky calls from them. After their information is stored, theyll get a busy signal if they call you again.

Silent Mode

Now you can program each handset to ring or not at your discretion. For example, before you go to sleep, set the bedside handset to Silent Mode so that it wont ring for the duration of your slumber. In the meantime, the handset in another room is unaffected, and rings as usual.
Talking Caller ID / Talking Alarm Clock / Talking Battery Alarm
Now you dont have to be holding the phone to see whos calling; using text-to-speech technology, the caller ID information is announced in between rings! The phone also boasts an alarm clock that speaks to you, as in Its time for lunch. And the phone politely tells you when your battery is low with a Please charge phone reminder.
1 Requires subscription to name-and-number Caller ID, Call Waiting and/or Voice Mail services offered by certain local telephone companies for a fee. 2 Requires name and number registration in phonebook function. 3 Name pronunciation may vary. Name pronunciation quality is based on names most commonly used in the United States. 4 Requires optional accessory handset sold separately.

GM=Greeting Message

Panasonic Corporation of North America Executive Offices: One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 (201) 348-7000 www.panasonic.com/electronics
Panasonic Customer Service 9 am - 9 pm (EST) Monday through Friday; 10 am - 7 pm (EST) Saturday and Sunday 1-800-211-PANA www.panasonic.com/support For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY 1-877-833-8855

Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. San Gabriel Industrial Park, Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5, Carolina, PR 00985 (787) 750-4300
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

 

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