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DECT Portable Station
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic KX-TCA256, DECT Portable Station. Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use. This manual is designed to be used with the KX-TCA256 DECT Portable Station and a Panasonic KX-TDA series/KX-TD816/KX-TD1232 Business Telephone System.
Please use only a Panasonic battery and charge the battery for more than 5.5 hours before initial use.
Table of Contents
Before Initial Use.... 4 Before Operating the PS... 5 Location of Controls... 5 Connection... 6 Battery Installation.... 7 Battery Charge.... 7 Power On/Off.... 8 Display Icons.... 8 Operation Outline... 9 Function Menu Display... 10 PBX Feature Menu... 11 Flexible Key Display.... 12 Soft Key Display... 13 Ringer Volume Adjustment... 14 Receiver/Speaker Volume Adjustment... 14 Key Lock.... 15 Selecting the Display Language... 15 Making Calls.... 16 Calling Another Extension... 16 Calling an Outside Party... 16 Hot Key Dial.... 17 Using the Call Log... 17 Using the Phonebook... 19 Receiving Calls... 21 Intercom Calls/Outside Calls/Group Calls.. 21 Temporary Ringer Volume Adjustment... 21 Caller ID.... 22 During a Conversation... 23 Transferring a Call... 23 Holding.... 23 Hands-free Conversation... 25 Turning the Microphone On/Off... 25 Using the Phonebook.... 26 Handset Phonebook.... 26 Storing an item in the Handset Phonebook.. 28 Hot Key Dial.... 30 Entering Characters.... 31 Feature List.... 33 Programming... 37 Changing the Initial Settings... 37 Others... 45 2
Walkie-Talkie... 45 Using the Belt Clip... 47 Wall Mounting... 47 Troubleshooting... 48 Troubleshooting... 48 Important Information.... 49 Battery Information... 49 Safety Instructions... 51 Disposal Information... 54
Before Initial Use
Please read Important Information on page 49 before use. Read and understand all instructions.
Your PS (Portable Station) must be registered in the Business Telephone System and you have to determine the extension number before initial use.
Accessories ( j-included/ i-optional)
j AC adaptor For KX-TCA256CE users: KX-TCA1CE For KX-TCA256E users: KX-TCA1E For KX-TCA256AL users: KX-TCA1AL
One j Charger j Belt Clip j Battery Cover
One j Battery (N4HHGMB00007 or HHR-P103)
One j CD-ROM. One
One i Leather Carrying Case* KX-A289CE
j Quick Guide. One
One In this manual, the suffix of each model number is omitted. * Consult your dealer for more details.
The following features described in this manual are not available when the PS is used with a Panasonic KX-TD816/KX-TD1232 Business Telephone System: Incoming Call Distribution Group (ICD-Group) - Incoming Call Log Group, Group Calls, etc. 12 flexible keys (3 flexible keys are available.)
Before Operating the PS
Location of Controls
Ringing/Charge Indicator Headset Jack Display Receiver
Open the cover.
CANCEL/POWER Joystick TALK CLEAR/TRANSFER MESSAGE INTERCOM Charge Contact Charge Contact Microphone
Back view Speaker
TALK: Used to make or receive calls, or to establish a hands-free conversation. Joystick: Used to adjust the ringer/receiver volume, select the Function mode and the function displayed directly above, and move the cursor to select a desired item. MESSAGE: Used to leave a message waiting indication or call back the party who left the message waiting indication. RECALL: Used to disconnect the current call and make another call without hanging up, or answer Call Waiting from the telephone company.
INTERCOM: Used to make or receive intercom calls. CLEAR/TRANSFER: Used to clear digits or characters, or transfer a call to another party. CANCEL/POWER: Used to end calls, exit the Phonebook or Function mode, or turn on/off the PS. Soft Keys: Used to select the function displayed directly above each key. Functions displayed depend on the state of use.
To AC Outlet Fasten the AC adaptor cord to the cord holder. cord holder AC adaptor
Use only the included charger. Use only the included Panasonic AC adaptor. For KX-TCA 256CE users: model no. KX-TCA1CE For KX-TCA 256E users: model no. KX-TCA1E For KX-TCA 256AL users: model no. KX-TCA1AL
Insert the battery as shown. Close the cover as indicated by the arrow.
At the time of shipment, the battery is not charged. Please charge the battery for more than 5.5 hours before initial use.
When the battery has been completely charged, the charge indicator will change from red to green. Refer to Battery Information on page 49. It is normal for the PS and charger to feel warm while the battery is charging. Keep devices sensitive to magnetic fields away from the charger.
Power On Power Off
Press POWER for about 2 seconds.
Press POWER for about 2 seconds. The display will go blank.
When the PS is turned on, it will be in standby mode. Standby mode is the state of the PS when it is not performing any operations and is awaiting calls.
Within range of a Cell Station
Out of range, No registration
Intercom Indicator Off-hook Status Message Waiting Phonebook Mode Battery Strength Hot Line ON Ringer Volume OFF Vibration Meeting Mode Call Forwarding Do Not Disturb
Functions of the PS are accessed through the display menu, and selected with the joystick and soft keys. The guidance display is shown in standby mode for easy operation.
<PBX System Phonebook> <PBX Extension Phonebook> <Incoming call log group>
01 JUL. 15:03
David Baker 9876543210
<Incoming call log>
02 JUL. 14:59
<Outgoing call log>
James Smith 0123456789
<PBX Feature menu>
<In standby mode>
<Flexible key display>
1:Single Line 2:Trunk Group 3:Loop Line 4:Single Line 5:Single Line
301:Paul New Calls
You cannot toggle the displays while in key lock mode or while the PS is charging. You can select whether the guidance display is shown or not. (See page 40.)
Function Menu Display
Press the joystick to display the function menu.
Main menu while in standby mode
Caller ID: Displays the incoming call log. Ringer Option: Displays the Ringer Option menu.
New Phonebook: Creates a new item in the Handset Phonebook. Setting Handset: Displays the Setting Handset menu. PBX Program: Enters PBX programming mode. Walkie-Talkie: Displays the Walkie-Talkie menu. (See page 45.)
Sub menu while in off-hook/during a conversation
Phone book: Opens the Handset Phonebook. Caller ID: Displays the incoming call log.
Redial: Redials the last dialled number. Mute: Turns the microphone on/off.
PBX Feature Menu
Functions of the PS can be activated through the display key list. Move the joystick left to display the key list.
Displayed when in (Extended 1) character entry mode. Displayed when in (Extended 2) character entry mode. Displayed when key lock is turned on. Used to search for an item in the Phonebook alphabetically. Used to place a call on hold. Used to establish a multiple-party conversation.
Ringer Volume Adjustment
Press the joystick.
Select Ringer Option.
Select Ringer Volume.
Select the desired setting (6 levels/ Meeting Mode/Off).
In Meeting Mode: Vibration only/Key tone off/Microphone volume high You can select whether the PS will vibrate while receiving a call.
Select the desired setting (On/Vib Ring/Off).
Receiver/Speaker Volume Adjustment
During a conversation
Move the joystick UP or DOWN to adjust the volume. (Receiver Volume - 3 levels, Speaker Volume - 6 levels)
You can lock the dialling buttons while the PS is in idle status.
<Display icon> Unlocked Press the joystick for more than 2 seconds to lock/unlock. Locked
Selecting the Display Language
Select Setting Handset.
Select Display Press the Option. joystick.
Select Select Language.
Select the Press the desired language. joystick.
You can select Auto or one of the 16 languages below: Deutsch, English, Espaol, FRANCAIS, Italiano, Dansk, Nederlands, Svenska, Suomi, E HNIKA, Magyar, Portugus, Polski, slovensky, c etina, Hrvatski. When set to Auto, the language settings of the Business Telephone System will be used automatically. The display language of both the PS and Business Telephone System can be selected, and both should be set to the same language. Refer to the Business Telephone System User manual for more details.
Calling Another Extension
Dial the extension number.
Calling an Outside Party
Using the line access numbers
outside phone no.
<Category Search-Handset Phonebook>
<Index Search-PBX System Phonebook>
Select the desired category number or All.
<Index Search-PBX Extension Phonebook>
* To enter characters: 1. Press the right soft key repeatedly to select the desired character entry mode.
2. Press the dialling button (0-9) that corresponds to the letter you are searching for. Press the dialling button repeatedly until the desired key is displayed.
Intercom Calls/Outside Calls/Group Calls
While receiving a call
To answer a call when the PS is ringing
To answer a call on a specific line
Press the CO key number (0-9, , #). (Select a CO line with a rapidly flashing icon.)
Talk. Select the CO key. (Select a CO line with a rapidly flashing icon.) Press the joystick.
You can also answer a call as follows: Auto Talk (See page 41.) Any Key Answer (See page 41.) Auto Answer (See page 41.)
Temporary Ringer Volume Adjustment
Move the joystick UP or DOWN to adjust the volume.
Press the joystick to turn the ringer off.
If an outside call which contains Caller ID information is received, this information will be logged in the incoming call log.
301:Paul New Calls 02 JUL. 14:59
<Caller ID display>
Time Received Status of the call
New calls have been received.
Phone No. Name
Access to the Incoming Call Log Group
Enter the desired group number.
Calling back to the caller
Saving the Caller Information in the Handset Phonebook
name phone no. category no.
Select the Press the Select Save Press the Enter a name, phone Press the desired item. joystick. Phonebook. joystick. number, and select the joystick. category number or Off.*
* Press to confirm each entries. (See page 29.) (name - max. 16 characters/phone no. - max. 32 digits)
During a Conversation
Transferring a Call
Transferring to an extension
Press CLEAR/ TRANSFER.
Transferring to an outside party
* The line access number (default) varies depending upon country/area. Consult your dealer for more details. To return to the call before the transfer destination answers, press C.
To hold (Regular Hold)
To hold (Exclusive Call Hold)
You can hold a call exclusively so that only you can retrieve the call.
Press the left soft key again.
The method used to hold a call depends on the Call Hold mode (Regular Hold/ Exclusive Call Hold). Ask your manager what the current mode is. In order to hold several outside line calls, you need to assign the CO keys (Single Line/Trunk Group/Loop Line/ICD Group) to flexible keys beforehand, as necessary.
To retrieve a call
Press the CO key number (0-9, , #). (Select a CO line with a slowly flashing icon.)
Select the CO key. (Select a CO line with a slowly flashing icon.)
You can talk with the calling party alternately through the speaker without holding the PS.
Press TALK to toggle between the two modes (Hands-free/Receiver).
If you put the PS on the charger during a conversation, the call will be disconnected.
Turning the Microphone On/Off
You can store up to 200 phone numbers in the Handset Phonebook. Each phone number can be assigned a name and category number for easy access. All phonebook items are stored in alphabetical order.
Incoming Call Identification
You can organise entries in the Handset Phonebook into one of 9 categories. A call from someone stored in one of these categories will be indicated by the ringer type and the LED colour pattern that is assigned to the category. Item Ringer type LED colour pattern Setting 15 ringer type (See page 39.) 3 patterns (See page 40.)
Storing a new item
Select New Phonebook.
Enter a name (max. 16 characters).
Enter the phone number* (max. 32 digits).
Select the desired category number or Off.
All calls Busy No answer Busy/ No answer Cancel Follow Me Cancel Follow Me your extension no. CO line access no. extension no.
Feature Operation Useful Features
Do Not Disturb
extension no. group no. (2 digits)
Sending a Call Waiting Tone*2
While hearing a busy tone
Wait for an answer.
To set/cancel for intercom calls
No call Set
To set/cancel for outside calls
No tone Tone
To hold the current call and then talk to the new party While hearing a call waiting tone
(Disregard this step if both parties are extensions.)
paging group no. (2 digits) Announce.
Wait for an answer. To answer
message no. (1-9)
parameter (if required)
Log-in/ Log-out Extension Setting Clear
For Log-in For Log-out
To leave a message waiting indication When the called extension is busy or does not answer
Caller Message Waiting Called extension
To lock To cancel a message waiting indication
To call back
extension PIN (max. 10 digits)
*1 When the Hot Line feature is set using this method, the Hot Line icon will not be displayed. This icon is only displayed when the Hot Line feature is set using the method on page 40. *2 You cannot send a call waiting tone when: the called party has not set the Call Waiting feature. the called party has set the Data Line Security feature. *3 If an extension PIN has not been set for the PS, the extension cannot be locked.
Changing the Initial Settings
You can customise the handset by editing the settings found under Setting Handset in the menu list, as follows:
Select the desired main item.
Select the desired sub item.
Follow the setting.
To return to the previous menu, press. To cancel, press at any time. The unit will beep to indicate that the new settings have been saved.
Handset setting menu layout
Setting Handset Memo Alarm Ringer Option Ringer Volume Vibration EXT Ringer Type INT Ringer Type Group Ring Type Private Ring Charger Tone Option Key Tone Range Warning Display Option Standby Display Select Language LED Colour Private Colour Category Name Caller ID Disp LCD Contrast Guidance Flex Base Set FlexName Edit Call Option Hot Line No. Hot Line Mode Line Access CD Registration Select Base Other Option Change H/S PIN Auto Talk Reset Handset Any Key Answer Auto Answer Auto Ans Delay Flex Key Edit Register H/set Cancel Base
Main Item Memo Alarm Sub Item Description Setting Alarm no. Alarm mode (Off/Once /Daily) Alarm time Enter memo. 15 Ringer Type 6 levels/ Meeting Mode/ Off On/ Vib Ring/Off Default
An alarm will sound at the set time. A memo can also be displayed. (See page 42.)
Adjusts the ringer volume.
Selects whether the PS vibrates while receiving a call. Selects the ringer type for each type of call (intercom call, outside call, group call).
EXT Ringer Type INT Ringer Type Group Ring Type Private Ring Charger Tone Option Key Tone Range Warning
15 Ringer Types Ringer 1
Selects the ringer type for calls in each category. Selects whether the PS on a charger rings or not. Turns the key tone off or on. Selects whether the warning tone is heard when you are close to out of range. Selects the display in standby mode.
Select a Category. 15 Ringer Types Ringer Setting/ Ringer Setting Ringer Off On/Off On
4 Display Type (Base Number/ Handset Number/ Base & H/S No. Handset Name/ Base & H/S No.)/ Off Auto/ 16 Languages Call Type (Ext Ring/ Int Ring/ Group Ring) Colour (Green/Red/ Orange) Auto
Select Language LED Colour
Selects the display language. Selects the LED colour for each type of call (intercom call, outside call, group call).
INT Ring-Green, EXT Ring-Red, Group Ring-Orange
Main Item Display Option Sub Item Private Colour Description Selects the LED colour for calls in each category. Private Colour setting has priority the LED Colour setting. Edits the category name. Selects which caller information is displayed when a call is received. Either the Handset Phonebook information or the information stored in the Business Telephone System can be displayed. Adjusts the LCD contrast. Selects whether the guidance display is shown or not in standby mode. Allows you to select a base unit to enable FlexName Edit. When a handset is registered with only one base unit, this menu is not displayed. Allows you to edit the name of flexible keys. (max. 12 characters) Allows you to store a phone number as the hot line number. This number is automatically dialled when you press TALK. When set to ON, you can make a call to the stored phone no. in Hot Line No. by pressing TALK. You cannot make calls to other phone numbers. Enters the trunk access code (line access code) that matches the setting of your Business Telephone System. Three trunk line codes can be stored. Setting Select a Category. Colour (Green/Red/ Orange) Default
Category Name Caller ID Disp
Select a Category. Category 1-9
H/S Phonebook/ PBX Setting
LCD Contrast Guidance
6 levels On/Off
Level 4 On
Flex Base Set
Select a flexible key, then edit the name. Enter Phone no.
Hot Line No.
Hot Line Mode
Line Access CD
No.Select a number, No.2 8XX* then enter the No.3 Not stored code.
Main Item Registration Sub Item Register H/set Description Registers a handset to a base unit. Setting Base no. Base PIN [Personal Identification Number] H/set PIN (Default: 0000) Base no. Auto/Base no. Enter old PIN, new PIN, then enter new PIN again. Default
Cancels the registration of a handset. Selects a base unit.
Not stored Auto
Select Base Other Option Change H/S PIN
Changes the handset PIN.
When set to ON, allows you to answer a call by just lifting up the handset from the charger. Returns the handset settings (except Registration) to the default settings. When set to ON, allows you to answer a call by pressing any dial button. Determines the types of calls that can be answered by AUTO ANSWER. Selects the number of seconds before a call is automatically answered when Auto Answer is turned on. Allows you to assign a function to a flexible key, and use the key as a shortcut key.
On/Off Enter H/set PIN, then select "Yes". On/Off 2 Call Types (Internal Only/ Int&External)/Off
Any Key Answer
Auto Ans Delay
5 s-20 s
Flex Key Edit
See page 43.
* XX is identical to the CO line group number and 8XX represents any 3-digit code starting with 8.
Memo alarm setting
Select Memo Alarm.
Select the alarm number (1-3).
Select the Alarm mode (Off/Once/Daily).
When Once/Daily is selected
Once: Enter date and time. Daily: Enter time.
Select the ringer type. (1-15).
When Off is selected
To stop the alarm
* You can choose either 12-hour format (AM/PM) or 24-hour format by pressing. To clear the displayed memo alarm, press and then select Yes.
If you are on a call at the time that the alarm is set to sound, it will sound after you have ended the call.
Flexible key edit
Select Press the Setting joystick. Handset.
Select Other Option.
Select Flex Key Edit.
Select the desired flexible key.
Select the Press the desired item.* joystick.
* Items on page 44 can be assigned, and accessed through the display operation. To assign an item other than PBX setting to a flexible key which has already been used, first set the key to Not stored.
Select PBX Program. Select a Flexible Key.
PBX setting Menu Caller ID Ringer Option
Ringer Volume Vibration EXT Ringer Type INT Ringer Type Group Ring Type Private Ring Charger
New Phonebook Setting Handset Memo Alarm
Ringer Option Ringer Volume Vibration EXT Ringer Type INT Ringer Type Group Ring Type Private Ring Charger Key Tone Range Warning Standby Display Select Language LED Colour Private Colour Category Name Caller ID Disp LCD Contrast Guidance Flex Base Set FlexName Edit Hot Line No. Hot Line Mode Line Access CD
Tone Option Display Option
Registration Select Base Other Option Change H/S PIN Auto Talk Reset Handset Any Key Answer Auto Answer Auto Ans Delay Flex Key Edit
PBX Program Walkie-Talkie Dialing H/set Phonebook PBX Sys Dialing PBX EXT Dialing Redial Incoming Log Incoming LogGrp
To access sub-items, press
Using Walkie-Talkie mode, you can communicate with another handset even when out of range of a base unit. Only a Panasonic DECT Portable Station which supports WalkieTalkie can be used. Handsets have to be in Walkie-Talkie mode, and have the same Walkie-Talkie group number. In Walkie-Talkie mode, you cannot make or receive a call through the PBX.
Turning the Walkie-Talkie mode on
Turning the Walkie-Talkie mode off
To exit the operation, press any time. When the Walkie-Talkie mode is ON, the handset number is displayed followed by Walkie-Talkie.
Setting the Walkie-Talkie mode
Enter the group Press the number* (3 digits). joystick.
Enter the handset number (1-9).
To exit the operation, press any time. * Any 3 digits can be used. Make a note of the group number you set here. Each handset should have its own unique handset number.
Talking in Walkie-Talkie mode
Enter the desired handset number.*
To exit the operation, press any time. * A caller can press to call all handsets in the same Walkie-Talkie mode.
Using the Belt Clip
You can hang the handset on your belt.
To remove the belt clip. Allows phone straps and similar objects to be connected.
1 Connect the AC adaptor to the charger. 2 Drive the screws into the wall using the
wall template below.
Charger Cord holder
AC adaptor To AC Outlet
3 Mount the charger securely on the screws.
The PS does not work.
Description and Solution
The battery is drained. Charge the battery fully. (See Battery Charge on page 7.) The PS has been cancelled or the PS has not been registered. Consult your dealer. The power is OFF. Turn it ON. (See Power On/Off on page 8.) Ringer volume is set to Off. Adjust the ringer volume level. (See Ringer Volume Adjustment on page 14.) The PS is out of range or the Cell Station (CS) is busy. Move closer to the CS or try again later. The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error occurred. Try again later. The number which you dialled is restricted by the Business Telephone System. Consult your dealer. The key lock mode is ON. To cancel the mode, press the joystick for about 2 seconds. (See Key Lock on page 15.) The radio channel is busy or a radio communication error occurred. Try again later. Set the PS and CS away from other electrical appliances. Move closer to the CS. The Cell Station is busy. Try again later. The called PS is out of range or is not turned on. Try again later. Turn the PS off, then turn it back on. (See Power On/Off on page 8.) Reinsert the battery and try again. (See Battery Installation on page 7.) The radio signal is weak. Move closer to the CS.
The PS does not ring.
You cannot make/receive a call.
You cannot dial.
Noise is frequently heard. CS Busy is displayed. PS Not Connected is displayed. The PS stops working during operation.
Two short beeps are heard during a conversation.
After your Panasonic battery is fully charged [at 25 C]: Operation While in use (TALK) While not in use (Standby) Operating Time 17 hrs approx. 270 hrs approx.
Battery charge may be shortened depending on usage conditions and ambient temperature. The battery cannot be overcharged. The battery will drain even while the unit is turned off. The PS can receive calls while charging. Battery consumption increases when the PS is out of range. If flashes, turn off the PS. Clean the handset and the charger contacts with a soft, dry cloth once a month. Clean more often if the unit is subject to grease, dust or high humidity. Otherwise the battery may not charge properly. Read Important Notice Concerning the Correct Use and Charging of Ni-MH Batteries.
Low Battery Warning
The battery needs to be charged when flashes, or the alarm sounds every one minute during a conversation.* * If the low battery warning occurs during a conversation, you can continue the call for a few minutes, afterwhich the call will be automatically disconnected.
Replacing the Battery
If flashes after a few telephone calls even when the battery has been fully charged, it is time to replace the battery with new one. 1) Turn the power off to prevent memory loss. 2) Press the notch on the cover firmly and slide it as indicated by the arrow.
3) Open the cover and replace the battery. 4) Close the cover and charge the handset for more than 5.5 hours.
Please replace with Panasonic battery only.
Please order part number N4HHGMB00007 or HHR-P103. If you replace the battery before the low battery warning appears, the battery strength icon may display an incorrect reading. In this case, use the PS as normal with the new battery installed. When the low battery warning is displayed, charge the battery for more than 5.5 hours. The battery strength icon will then display a correct reading.
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these instructions. 1) Use only the battery specified. 2) Do not use non-rechargeable batteries. 3) Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local waste management codes for special disposal instructions. 4) Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed. 5) Exercise care in handling the battery in order not to short the battery with conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns. 6) Charge the battery provided with or identified for use with this product only in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
Important Notice Concerning the Correct Use and Charging of Ni-MH Batteries
Batteries, due to their construction, undergo some wear and tear. The lifetime of a battery also depends on correct maintenance. Charging and discharging are the most important factors. You should take notice of the following to maintain the life of the battery as long as possible. Ni-MH batteries have a kind of memory, the memory effect. If fully charged batteries are used several times only for 15 minutes in the handset and then recharged, the capacity of the batteries will be reduced to 15 minutes due to the memory effect. Therefore you should discharge the batteries completely, i.e. use them in the handset until on the display starts flashing. Then recharge them as described in the manual. After the memory effect has occurred, it is possible to achieve almost complete capacity of the Ni-MH batteries by charging and discharging several times one after another. Ni-MH batteries can also self-discharge. This self-discharge depends on the ambient temperature. At temperatures under 0 C, the self-discharge will be the lowest. High humidity and high temperatures support the self-discharge. Also long-term storage will lead to self-discharge. A dead Ni-MH battery should not be disposed of normally. They contain toxic heavy metal hydride and therefore should be recycled.
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Pay special attention to the safety suggestions listed below.
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these instructions. 1) Use only the AC adaptor, battery and charger indicated in this manual. 2) Power source: The AC adaptor should be connected to a power supply only of the type as marked on the AC adaptor. The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device, ensure that the AC outlet is located/installed near the unit and is easily accessible. 3) Non use periods: When the PS is not being used, turn the power off. When left unused for a long period of time, the charger should be unplugged from the AC outlet. 4) Do not place metal items such as coins or rings on the charger. As they become hot, you might get burned if you touch them. 5) This product should not be used near emergency/intensive care medical equipment and should not be used by people with pacemakers.
Environment 1) Water and moisture: Do not use the PS and the charger near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, sink, etc. Damp basements should also be avoided. 2) Heat: The PS and the charger should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators, kitchen ranges, etc. They also should not be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 5 C or greater than 40 C. 3) The apparatus is designed to be installed and operated under controlled conditions of ambient temperature and a relative humidity. Placement 1) Stacking: Do not place heavy objects on top of the PS and charger. 2) Foreign material: Care should be taken so that objects do not fall onto and liquids are not spilled into the PS and charger. Do not subject the PS and charger to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, or shock. 3) Surface: Place the charger on a flat surface. If the charger is mounted on the wall, install it straight.
Specifications are subject to change. The illustrations used in this manual may slightly differ from the original device.
Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (private households)
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to designated collection points, where they will be accepted on a free of charge basis. Alternatively, in some countries you may be able to return your products to your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product. Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling. Please contact your local authority for further details of your nearest designated collection point. Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
For Users in New Zealand only
PTC200 General Warning 1. The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to its network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of Telecoms network services. PTC200 4.12 (2) (b) Handset Instability 2. When attached to some longer lines this Panasonic KX-TCA256AL DECT Cordless Handset may display instability immediately after dialling if the handset is placed facedown on a hard surface. This is a temporary condition that will revert to a normal level after a short duration. Please do not report it to the Telecom Fault Service. PTC200 6.11.1 (3) All Customer Equipment (fail safe requirements) 3. Under power failure conditions this appliance may not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent on local power, is available for emergency use.
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Multi-Cell DECT System Offers True Mobility
Enjoy superb mobility no matter what your business demands. Whether you work in an office, a factory, a warehouse, a supermarket, or other large facility. The Panasonic Multi-Cell DECT System keeps you in constant touch with colleagues and customers even when you are untethered and moving within the work environment. And now with basic, business, or tough-type DECT that is able to handle harsh environments - you can rest assured that no matter what you need - with Panasonic; you have the DECT mobility solution of your choice.
The Multi-Cell DECT System is an integrated wireless mobility solution designed specifically for use with a Panasonic PBX*. This system provides automatic hand-over between installed wireless cells - enhancing coverage and giving you true communication mobility even within large premises. The Panasonic KX-TCA355 ruggedised handset meets strict dust and splash resistant IP54 standards. This is combined with a vast array of business telephony features. The KX-TCA256 DECT handset combines small size, light weight, with a host of powerful business telephony features. While the KX-TCA155 is a good choice for users who want good basic performance at a lower cost.
* The KX-TCA355, KX-TCA256 and KX-TCA155 must be connected to a compatible Panasonic Phone System (KX-TDA30, KX-TDA100, KX-TDA200, or KX-TDA600).
Tough Type Model
Compact Business Model
for your Panasonic PBX System
Advantages of the Panasonic DECT Handset
- Graphical Icon Menu - Dynamic Operation Guidance with Soft Keys
Full Access to PBX Enterprise Features
Fully Integrated with enterprise telephony features like Multi-line, Dial by name, etc. Flexible CO Keys let you register PBX features and handset functions for quick, convenient access.
Seamless Connection Automatic Hand-Over
There is no change in the connection quality as you walk around, moving from one cell station area to the next while continuing with important business conversation.
The built-in telephone directory lets you store 200 names and numbers
Ruggedised IP54 Compliant DECT
Tough-type handset is specially designed for rugged environments. The TCA355 wireless DECT phone is IP 54 classified (dust and waterresistant) and designed for any business demanding harsh work environment.
Plug in the optional headset and enjoy the ease and unrestricted freedom of hands-free communication. With the optional headset, you can answer incoming calls keeping your hands free to continue with any task at hand.
For easier operation in low lighting, the keypad lights up when a call comes in or when you touch any key.
Blue LCD Backlight
Whenever you get a call or touch a key, the LCD lights up in cool blue background colour letting you see who is calling and easily operate the phone even in the dark.
Customised Caller ID*
You can customise the Caller ID feature to quickly recognise a caller by assigning one of three LED colours and 15 preinstalled ringer / melody sounds to specified groups.
* Requires subscription to a Caller ID service offered by a local telephone company.
Incoming Call Indication by Vibration*
KX-TCA355 and KX-TCA256 has a built-in Vibrate feature that ensures you never miss an incoming call, even in a noisy work environment.
* KX-TCA355 and TCA256 only
DECT Coverage Study
Study 1 Used with Cell Station Interface card (KX-TDA0143/144) or Extension Cell stations (KX-TDA0141).
KX-TCA355 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) 16 x 6 Lines Back Light (Blue) Multiple Languages Display Illuminated Keypad Headset Compatible Phonebook Redial Call Log* Incoming Call Outgoing Call Soft Keys Speakerphone Ringer LED Ringer Volume Ring Melodies (Polyphonic) Ring Tones (Polyphonic) Vibrate Ring Message Waiting Notification Mute Caller ID Compatibility Private Ringing Hot-Key Dialling Alarm Clock Call Restriction Conference Calling Ear Receiver Volume Key Lock Any-key Answering Frequency Protection (Handset) Dimensions (L x W x D) (mm) Weight Battery Type 16 (fixed) Yes (Green) Yes 200 Last 5 Numbers 3 Yes 3 Colours 6 Levels and Off Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 3 steps Yes Yes 1.9 GHz IPx 50 x g Ni-MH 3.6V 650mAh Battery Talk Time Battery Standby Time Battery Charge Time 17 hours 270 hours 5.5 hours
KX-TCAx 6 Lines Back Light (Blue) 16 (fixed) Yes (Green) Yes 200 Last 5 Numbers 3 Yes 3 Colours 6 Levels and Off Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 3 steps Yes Yes 1.9 GHz 123 x 45 x g Ni-MH 3.6V 650mAh 17 hours 270 hours 5.5 hours
KX-TCAx 6 Lines Back Light (Blue) 16 (fixed) Yes (Green) Yes 200 Last 5 Numbers 3 Yes 3 Colours 6 Levels and Off Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 3 steps Yes Yes 1.9 GHz 143 x 48 x 31.g Ni-MH 2.4V 700mAh 10 hours 120 hours 9 hours
KX-TDA0143 (4 Cell Station Interface Card) KX-TDA0144 (8 Cell Station Interface Card) KX-TDA0142 (Cell Station) KX-TDA0141 (Extension Cell Station) DECT Handset KX-TDA30 KX-TDA8 28
KX-TDA0143 : 16CS KX-TDA0144 : 32CS
Cell Station Interface Card
Extension Cell Station
Cell Station (CS)
Study 2 Used with a Repeater (KX-A272), the range can be extended. A maximum of six repeaters per CS are available.
Note: Before making an installation cost estimate, it is recommended to perform a site survey.
KX-TDA0143 : 64CS KX-TDA0144 : 128CS
* The number of default settings. When connected to the KX-TDA Hybrid IP PBX.
As for KX-TCA355 Tough Type Model
IP5* = Dust resistance (Protection from dust penetration to a level that does not interfere with the operation of the handset) IP*4 = Water resistance (Protection against splashing water) The Panasonic KX-TCA355 DECT Handset complies to UKAS IP54 testing standards. Impact absorbing rubber is adopted around the KX-TCA355. The cabinet (outer plastic covering) is also used impact-touch materials.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. KX-TCA-LT 0707KYEX0 Printed in Japan
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