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Please read this manual before connecting the Advanced Hybrid System.
Model No. KX-TA308
Advanced Hybrid System
User Manual
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System Components
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Telephone System.
SERIAL NO.
(found on the side of the unit)
DATE OF PURCHASE
NAME OF DEALER
DEALER’S ADDRESS
DEALER’S TEL NO.
For your future reference
The KX-TA308XX series telephones are available only for the KX-TA308.
For details about the KX-T7885 and KX-TD7895, refer to the “Operating Instructions”
for each wireless phone.
KX-T30865
Optional
Equipment
Doorphone
Model No. Description
Service Unit
Telephones
KX-TA308 Advanced Hybrid System (Main Unit)
Proprietary Telephone
Proprietary Telephone with Backlit Display
Proprietary Telephone
Wireless Proprietary Telephone
Wireless Proprietary Telephone
KX-TA30820
KX-TA30830
KX-TA30850
KX-T7885
KX-TD7895
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Cautions
Attention
• If there is any trouble, disconnect the unit from the telephone line. Plug the telephone directly
into the telephone line. If the telephone operates properly, do not reconnect the unit to the line
until the problem has been repaired by an authorized Panasonic Factory Service Center. If the
telephone does not operate properly, chances are that the problem is in the telephone system,
and not in the unit.
• Keep the unit away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices such as
fluorescent lamps, motors and televisions. These noise sources can interfere with the
performance of the unit.
• This unit should be kept free of dust, moisture, high temperature (more than 40 °C [104 °F])
and vibration, and should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
• Never attempt to insert wires, pins, etc., into the vents or holes of this unit.
• Do not use benzene, thinner, or the like, or any abrasive powder to clean the cabinet. Wipe it
with a soft cloth.
• Do not use any handset other than a Panasonic handset for KX-TA308 use.
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.
Product service
Panasonic Factory Servicenters for this product are listed in the servicenter directory. Consult a
certified Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.
Part No. Illustration Description Dimensions
KX-J07W/B
KX-J15W/B
KX-J25W/B
213.36 cm {7 feet}
457.2 cm {15 feet}
762 cm {25 feet}
Handset cord
Accessory Order Information
• Replacement parts and accessories are available through your local authorized parts distributor.
• For ordering accessories, call toll free 1-800-332-5368.
W: White
B : Black
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Introduction
Who Should Use This Manual
This manual is designed for users of an Advanced Hybrid System, model number
KX-TA308. It is to be used after the system is installed and System Programming is
completed. The focus is Proprietary Telephones (PTs); KX-TA30820/KX-TA30830/KX-
TA30850, Single Line Telephones (SLTs) and their features.
The step-by-step procedures required to activate each feature are explained in detail.
Illustrations of the KX-TA308 system and the required System Programming are
provided separately in the Installation Manual.
How to Use This Manual
This manual consists of the following sections.
(Section 1) PT Overview
Provides configuration information on PTs. It also provides an illustration of each
telephone, identifies their feature buttons, supplies background information on these
feature buttons, and gives the initial settings.
(Section 2) Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Provides the steps required to assign features to PT flexible buttons and to the PT system.
(Section 3) Telephone Features
Provides background information on the PT and SLT features and lists the steps required
to activate each feature.
(Section 4) Appendix
Provides PT Display Examples, a Feature Number List, Tone List, and other information.
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Introduction
Features and Capabilities
KX-TA308 is a sophisticated and powerful system which fulfills your expectations of an
office communications system. Some of the special features are listed below.
■ Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) informs you when the selected outside (CO) line or
the called party becomes idle.
■ Call Log, Incoming (— Option) allows you to confirm the incoming outside call
information on the display. You can also call back the caller by selecting one of the
logged numbers. This feature is available only for the KX-TA30830.
■ Conference, Unattended allows you to leave a conference and let the other two parties
continue a conversation when you are in a conference with two outside parties. You can
also return to the conference.
■ Data Line Security prohibits various tones, such as a call waiting tone or hold recall tone,
from sounding at an extension in the data communication mode. It also blocks overriding
by other extensions, such as Executive Busy Override.
■ Direct Inward System Access (DISA) allows external callers to call extensions in the
system.
■ Doorphone and Door Opener (— Option) enables a conversation between you and a
visitor at the door. You can also unlock the door for a few seconds from your phone.
■ Executive Busy Override allows you to enter into an existing conversation at an
extension/outside (CO) line.
■ Local Carrier-Based Voice Mail Service informs you with the lit Message/Ringer Lamp
when a message is left in the mailbox at your telephone company.
■ Message Waiting allows you to leave a message notice for another extension. The
Message/Ringer Lamp gives visual indication that a message has been received.
■ Paralleled Telephone Connection allows you to connect your PT in parallel with a single
line telephone. Each telephone can have the same extension number so that you can use
either telephone.
■ Wireless Proprietary Telephones (KX-T7885 and KX-TD7895) give you the freedom
to move about your residence and still have the powerful features of Panasonic
proprietary telephones. Here are three examples of proprietary advantages:
1. Caller ID
2. Seizure of CO1/CO2/CO3 lines by one-touch
3. Carrier-based voice mail notification
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Introduction
Terms Used in the Descriptions
Feature Numbers
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 4).
If you use a rotary telephone;
It is not possible to access features that have “ ” or “#” in their feature numbers.
Tones
Various tone types, such as a Confirmation tone, Dial tone, Call Waiting tone, etc. are
explained in the Appendix (Section 4).
Display
The PT display examples are given in each operation step, if required. The display
information list is in the Appendix for your reference.
Programming References
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-TA30830 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.
Feature References
The related feature titles are noted for your reference.
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Table of Contents
Section 1 PT Overview ........................................................... 1-1
1.1 Configuration .............................................................................. 1-2
Location of Controls .................................................................................................. 1-3
Connection....................................................................................................................1-5
Feature Buttons .......................................................................................................... 1-6
Fixed Buttons ......................................................................................................... 1-6
Flexible Buttons ..................................................................................................... 1-9
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-TA30830 only) ............................................. 1-13
BACKLIGHT Adjustment (KX-TA30830 only) ................................................. 1-13
Volume Control — Handset Receiver/Headset/Ringer/Speaker ......................... 1-14
LED Indication ......................................................................................................... 1-15
Section 2 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
Log-In/Log-Out Button ....................................................................................... 2-13
One-Touch Dialing Button .................................................................................. 2-14
Other-CO (O-CO) Button .................................................................................... 2-15
Return to Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button ............................................... 2-15
SAVE Button ....................................................................................................... 2-16
Single-CO (S-CO) Button ................................................................................... 2-17
Intercom Alert Assignment ...................................................................................... 2-18
Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection ...................................................................... 2-19
Preferred Line Assignment — Incoming ................................................................. 2-20
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No Line Preference — Incoming ........................................................................ 2-20
Ringing Line Preference — Incoming ................................................................ 2-21
Prime Line Preference — Incoming .................................................................... 2-21
Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing ................................................................. 2-22
No Line Preference — Outgoing ......................................................................... 2-22
Idle Line Preference — Outgoing ....................................................................... 2-23
Prime Line Preference — Outgoing .................................................................... 2-23
Self-Extension Number Confirmation (KX-TA30830 only) ................................... 2-24
Station Programming Data Default Set ................................................................... 2-25
Section 3 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 ....................................................... 3-32
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Call Park ................................................................................................................... 3-33
Call Pickup, Directed ............................................................................................... 3-35
Call Pickup, Group ................................................................................................... 3-36
Call Pickup Deny ..................................................................................................... 3-37
Call Retrieving from a TAM (Telephone Answering Machine) .............................. 3-38
Call Splitting ............................................................................................................ 3-39
Call Transfer — to Extension .................................................................................. 3-40
Call Transfer — to an Outside (CO) Line ............................................................... 3-43
Call Waiting ............................................................................................................. 3-44
Call Waiting from a Central Office .......................................................................... 3-47
Caller ID Call Waiting ............................................................................................. 3-48
Conference ............................................................................................................... 3-50
Conference, Unattended ........................................................................................... 3-53
D
Data Line Security ................................................................................................... 3-54
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) ..................................................................... 3-55
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-TA30820/KX-TA30830 only) ....................... 3-72
Hands-free Operation (— for KX-TA30820/KX-TA30830 only) ........................... 3-73
I
Intercom Calling ...................................................................................................... 3-74
L
Local Carrier-Based Voice Mail Service....................................................................3-75
Lockout .................................................................................................................... 3-76
Log-In/Log-Out ........................................................................................................ 3-76
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M
Message Waiting ...................................................................................................... 3-78
Message Waiting for Another Extension ................................................................. 3-81
Message Waiting for Another Extension Lock ........................................................ 3-83
Microphone Mute (— for KX-TA30820/KX-TA30830 only) ................................ 3-84
Mixed Station Dialing .............................................................................................. 3-84
O
One-Touch Dialing ................................................................................................... 3-85
Operator Call ............................................................................................................ 3-86
Outward Dialing, Line Access — SUMMARY ....................................................... 3-87
Line Access, Automatic ....................................................................................... 3-88
Line Access, Individual ....................................................................................... 3-89
Line Access, Outside (CO) Line Group .............................................................. 3-89
P
Paging — SUMMARY ............................................................................................ 3-90
Paging — All ....................................................................................................... 3-91
Paging — External ............................................................................................... 3-91
Paging — Group .................................................................................................. 3-92
Paging — ANSWER ................................................................................................ 3-93
Paging and Transfer ................................................................................................. 3-94
Paging — DENY ..................................................................................................... 3-97
Paralleled Telephone Connection ............................................................................. 3-98
Personal Speed Dialing ............................................................................................ 3-99
Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) (— Single Line Telephone only) ................................ 3-101
Power Failure Transfer ........................................................................................... 3-102
Pulse to Tone Conversion ...................................................................................... 3-103
R
Redial, Last Number .............................................................................................. 3-104
Redial, Saved Number ........................................................................................... 3-105
Room Monitor ........................................................................................................ 3-106
S
Secret Dialing ......................................................................................................... 3-108
Station Feature Clear .............................................................................................. 3-109
Switching to Tone Alert ......................................................................................... 3-110
System Speed Dialing ............................................................................................ 3-111
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T
Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service ........................................................................... 3-112
Timed Reminder ..................................................................................................... 3-113
Toll Restriction Override ........................................................................................ 3-115
Toll Restriction Override by Account Codes ..................................................... 3-115
Toll Restriction for System Speed Dialing ........................................................ 3-116
Toll Restriction — Station Lock Boundary Class ............................................. 3-116
W
Walking COS .......................................................................................................... 3-117
3.3 Operator/Manager Service Features .................................... 3-118
Manager Programming (Manager only) ................................................................ 3-119
Call Log, Incoming in the Common Area — CLEAR ALL ................................. 3-121
Call Log Lock, Incoming in the Common Area .................................................... 3-122
Date and Time Setting ............................................................................................ 3-123
Electronic Station Lockout — CANCEL ALL ...................................................... 3-124
The 301st Call Log, Incoming in the Common Area Treatment ............................3-125
Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service Setting .............................................................. 3-126
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call) ........................................................... 3-128
Extension Password Set (Manager only) ............................................................... 3-130
Section 4 Appendix ................................................................. 4-1
Display Examples ...................................................................................................... 4-2
Feature Number List .................................................................................................. 4-8
Tone List ................................................................................................................... 4-11
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................... 4-13
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Section 1
PT Overview
Contents
1.1 Configuration ..................................................................... 1-2
Location of Controls ........................................................... 1-3
Connection .......................................................................... 1-5
Feature Buttons .................................................................. 1-6
Initial Settings ................................................................... 1-13
LED Indication ................................................................. 1-15
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1.1 Configuration
1-2 PT Overview
Panasonic Proprietary Telephones (PTs) are available to utilize various features of the
KX-TA308 System, in addition to supporting basic telephone services (making and
receiving calls).
There are three PT models.
KX-TA30830
Display
Speakerphone
Flexible CO
Buttons*
Fixed Feature
Buttons
Message/
Ringer Lamp
16 characters/1 line
Yes
12
KX-TA30850
None
12
Monitor only
Refer to the “Fixed Buttons”(1.1 Configuration) section.
KX-TA30820
None
Yes
12
Yes Yes
Yes
* For the default settings of the Flexible CO buttons, see the table on page 1-10.
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VOLUME Key
Flexible CO Buttons
Message/
Ringer Lamp
AUTO DIAL/
STORE Button
FLASH/RECALL
Button
AUTO ANSWER/
MUTE Button
REDIAL Button
PAUSE Button
MESSAGE Button
PROGRAM Button
FWD/DND Button
CONF (Conference)
Button
INTERCOM Button
SP-PHONE Button
HOLD Button
TRANSFER Button Microphone
PT Overview 1-3
1.1 Configuration
Location of Controls
■ KX-TA30820
Flexible CO Buttons
Message/
Ringer Lamp
AUTO DIAL/
STORE Button
FLASH/RECALL
Button
AUTO ANSWER/
MUTE Button
REDIAL Button
PAUSE Button
MESSAGE Button
PROGRAM Button
FWD/DND Button
CONF (Conference)
Button
INTERCOM Button
SP-PHONE Button
HOLD Button
TRANSFER Button Microphone
LCD
(Liquid Crystal Display)
Navigator Key
■ KX-TA30830
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1.1 Configuration
1-4 PT Overview
VOLUME Key
Flexible CO Buttons
Message/
Ringer Lamp
AUTO DIAL/
STORE Button
FLASH/RECALL
Button
VOICE CALL
Button
REDIAL Button
PAUSE Button
MESSAGE Button
PROGRAM Button
FWD/DND Button
CONF (Conference)
Button
INTERCOM Button
MONITOR Button
HOLD Button
TRANSFER Button
■ KX-TA30850
RINGER BACKLIGHT
2 0
1
RINGER BACKLIGHT
2 0
1
Connects to a headset.
(KX-TA30830 only)
RINGER VOLUME Selector
Adjusts the volume level of the ringer.
BACKLIGHT Control Selector
(KX-TA30830 only)
Adjusts the brightness of the back light.
<Side View of KX-TA30820, KX-TA30830 and KX-TA30850>
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PT Overview 1-5
1.1 Configuration
Connection
CAUTION
Ensure the cord is inserted in the groove
to prevent damage to the connector.
To the main unit
The telephone line cord
(included)
< Back view>
(TO MAIN UNIT/PABX)
Headset
Connect as shown.
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1.1 Configuration
1-6 PT Overview
Feature Buttons
PTs have the following types of Feature Buttons.
• Fixed Buttons
• Flexible CO Buttons
Fixed Buttons
Fixed buttons have specific features permanently assigned to them. These default feature
assignments cannot be changed. The following table lists the fixed buttons located on
each PT model.
“✔” indicates the button is available.
❖: The button is not provided with an LED (Light Emitting Diode).
Feature Button
AUTO ANSWER/MUTE
AUTO DIAL/STORE
CONF
FLASH/RECALL❖
FWD/DND
HOLD❖
INTERCOM
MESSAGE❖
MONITOR
Navigator Key❖
PAUSE❖
PROGRAM❖
REDIAL❖
SP-PHONE
TRANSFER❖
VOICE CALL
Volume Key❖
Message/Ringer Lamp
TA30830
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
TA30820
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
TA30850
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
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PT Overview 1-7
1.1 Configuration
Usage
AUTO ANSWER/MUTE Button (KX-TA30820/KX-TA30830)
Used for answering an extension automatically, or turns the microphone off during a
conversation.
AUTO DIAL/STORE Button
Used for System Speed Dialing or storing program changes.
CONF (Conference) Button
Used to establish a three-party conference.
FLASH/RECALL Button
Sends an External Feature Access signal to the central office or host PBX to access their
system features. If a PBX is not being used, this button can be used to disconnect the
current call and start another call without hanging up.
FWD/DND (Call Forwarding/Do Not Disturb) Button
Used to program the Call Forwarding feature or set the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature.
HOLD Button
Used to place a call on hold.
INTERCOM Button
Used to make or receive intercom calls.
MESSAGE Button
Used to call back the party who left a message waiting indication at your extension. The
Message/Ringer Lamp lights when a message waiting indication is left at your extension.
MONITOR Button (KX-TA30850)
Used for a hands-free dialing operation.
PAUSE Button
Inserts a pause in speed dial numbers or in other numbers.
PROGRAM Button
Used to enter and exit the Programming mode.
REDIAL Button
Used for Last Number Redialing.
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1.1 Configuration
1-8 PT Overview
SP-PHONE (Speakerphone) Button (KX-TA30820/KX-TA30830)
Used for a hands-free speakerphone operation.
TRANSFER Button
Transfers a call to another extension or external destination.
VOICE CALL Button (KX-TA30850)
Used to receive a notification via monitor in place of ringing.
Navigator Key (KX-TA30830)
Used to adjust the volume and the display contrast or select desired items for each
function.
Volume Key (KX-TA30820/KX-TA30850)
Used to adjust the volume.
Message/Ringer Lamp
Used to inform you visually that you have an incoming call or message from an external
party or extension.
The table below shows the lighting patterns for the Message/Ringer Lamp.
Lamp
Flashing
On
Status
You have an incoming call.
You have a message.
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PT Overview 1-9
1.1 Configuration
Flexible Buttons
Flexible Buttons do not have specific features permanently assigned to them. Features are
assigned to Flexible Buttons through Station Programming. “Flexible Button
Assignment” is addressed in Station Programming (Section 2). The two types of Flexible
Buttons are as follows.
• Flexible CO Buttons
• Flexible MESSAGE Button
The following table outlines the features that can be assigned to the Flexible Buttons.
“✔” indicates that the feature is available.
Feature (Buttons)
Group-CO (G-CO)
Other-CO (O-CO)
Single-CO (S-CO)
Caller ID Indication — Common
Caller ID Indication — Personal
Caller ID Selection — Common
Caller ID Selection — Personal
Conference (CONF)
FWD/DND
Log-In/Log-Out
SAVE
Message Waiting (MESSAGE)
Another Extension Message Waiting
DSS
One-Touch Dialing
MESSAGE
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
✔
—
—
✔
CO
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
—
✔
✔
✔
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1.1 Configuration
1-10 PT Overview
The following table shows the default settings of the Flexible CO buttons.
CO button
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
4*
5*
6*
7*
8*
9*
10*
11*
12*
Feature
S-CO
S-CO
S-CO
DSS
DSS
DSS
DSS
DSS
DSS
DSS
One-
Touch
Dialing
One-
Touch
Dialing
Ext.101
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.102
Ext.103
Ext.104
Ext.105
Ext.106
Ext.107
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.102
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.103
Ext.104
Ext.105
Ext.106
Ext.107
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.103
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.102
Ext.104
Ext.105
Ext.106
Ext.107
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.104
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.102
Ext.103
Ext.105
Ext.106
Ext.107
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.105
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.102
Ext.103
Ext.104
Ext.106
Ext.107
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.106
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.102
Ext.103
Ext.104
Ext.105
Ext.107
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.107
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.102
Ext.103
Ext.104
Ext.105
Ext.106
Ext.108
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext.108
CO1
CO2
CO3
Ext.101
Ext.102
Ext.103
Ext.104
Ext.105
Ext.106
Ext.107
Paging
ANSWER
Paging
—All
Ext. : Extension
* CO button numbers above 3 are not indicated on the KX-TA308XX series
telephones.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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PT Overview 1-11
1.1 Configuration
Line Access Buttons
One of the following three types of CO buttons must be used to seize an outside (CO)
line when making a call.
• Group-CO (G-CO) button
• Other-CO (O-CO) button
• Single-CO (S-CO) button
Conditions
• A Flexible CO button can be assigned as a Line Access Button (G-CO, O-CO or S-CO)
in Station Programming. Once a Flexible CO button is assigned as a Line Access
Button, it provides the line status using lighting patterns and color indication. Please
refer to “LED Indication” in this section.
• You can set the G-CO and S-CO buttons on one telephone. Incoming and outgoing
calls on the line are shown on the button in the following priority.
S-CO > G-CO
Group-CO (G-CO) Button
To use outside (CO) lines efficiently, a group of outside (CO) lines (outside (CO) line
group) can be assigned to a CO button. This button is referred to as Group-CO (G-CO)
button. Any incoming calls from any outside (CO) line in the outside (CO) line group
arrive at the G-CO button. To make an outside call, you can access an idle outside (CO)
line in the group by simply pressing the assigned G-CO button.
Conditions
• The same line can be assigned as an S-CO button and G-CO button.
• The extension for making and/or receiving calls in outside (CO) line groups must be
programmed.
• When your extension is assigned as the incoming call destination for an outside (CO)
line, you cannot receive any incoming outside calls unless a G-CO, O-CO or S-CO
button associated with the line is assigned.
Programming Reference
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible Button Assignment — Group-CO (G-CO) Button
Feature References
Feature Buttons — Flexible Buttons (Section 1.1 Configuration)
Outward Dialing, Line Access — Line Access, Outside (CO) Line Group
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1.1 Configuration
1-12 PT Overview
Other-CO (O-CO) Button
Outside (CO) lines which are not assigned to S-CO or G-CO buttons can be assigned to a
Flexible CO button on a proprietary telephone. The assigned button serves as the O-CO
button. An incoming call, on assigned outside (CO) lines, arrives at the O-CO button. To
make an outside call, you simply press the designated O-CO button.
Programming Reference
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible Button Assignment — Other-CO (O-CO) Button
Feature References
Feature Buttons — Flexible Buttons (Section 1.1 Configuration)
Outward Dialing, Line Access — Line Access, Automatic
Single-CO (S-CO) Button
An S-CO button is an outside (CO) line access button. This allows you to access a
specific line by pressing an S-CO button. An incoming call can be directed to an S-CO
button.
Conditions
• Only one S-CO button can be assigned to an outside (CO) line.
• The same outside (CO) line can be assigned as an S-CO button and G-CO button.
Programming Reference
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible Button Assignment — Single-CO (S-CO) Button
Feature References
Feature Buttons — Flexible Buttons (Section 1.1 Configuration)
Outward Dialing, Line Access — Line Access, Individual
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PT Overview 1-13
1.1 Configuration
Initial Settings
Display Contrast Adjustment (KX-TA30830 only)*
The Navigator key is used to adjust the display contrast.
PT
Press Left or Right.
While on-hook or receiving a call
PT
Slide the lever of BACKLIGHT Control Selector
to the desired setting (2: HIGH/1: LOW/0: OFF).
BACKLIGHT
2 0
1
BACK LIGHT Adjustment (KX-TA30830 only)
The BACKLIGHT Control Selector is used to adjust the brightness of the
BACKLIGHT.
* The above settings may be initialized to default settings after the telephone line cord is
pulled off or the main unit’s power is interrupted.
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1.1 Configuration
1-14 PT Overview
PT
Slide the lever of the RINGER Volume Selector
to the desired setting (HIGH/LOW/OFF).
RINGER
PT
Press SP-PHONE
or MONITOR.
Press Up or Down.
While on-hook or during a conversation using a handset
SP
SP-PHONE
MONITOR
MONITOR
OR
OR <PT Display Example>
************ (-volume level 12)
To adjust the ringer volume
To adjust the speaker volume*
Volume Control — Handset Receiver/Headset/Ringer/Speaker
Allows you to adjust the following volume settings as necessary.
— Handset Receiver volume
— Headset volume
— Ringer volume
— Speaker volume
To adjust the handset receiver/headset volume*
PT
Press Up or Down.
While using a handset or headset
<PT Display Example>
*** (-volume level 3)
* The above settings may be initialized to default settings after the telephone line cord is
pulled off or the main unit’s power is interrupted.
— Adjusting the headset receiver is available only for the KX-TA30830.
* The above settings may be initialized to default settings after the telephone line cord is
pulled off or the main unit’s power is interrupted.
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PT Overview 1-15
1.1 Configuration
LED Indication
The Light Emitting Diode (LED) buttons indicate the line conditions with lighting
patterns.
Flashing light patterns
LED Indication on the INTERCOM Button
The table below shows the lighting patterns for intercom line conditions.
INTERCOM Button
Off
Green On
Flashing Green Slowly
Flashing Green Moderately
Flashing Green Rapidly
Intercom Line Condition
Idle
Intercom call / Conference established
Intercom call hold
Intercom call exclusive hold
Incoming intercom/doorphone call
— Item with an * is only available on a Single-CO button.
CO Button
Off
Green On
Flashing Green Slowly
Flashing Green Moderately
Flashing Red Rapidly
Red On
Flashing Red Slowly
Flashing Red Moderately
Outside (CO) Line Condition
Idle
You are using the line.
You have a held call or Hold Recall
You have one of the following:
(1) exclusive hold, (2) outside-to-outside (CO-to-
CO) line call, or (3) Conference, Unattended.
Incoming call
Other-use
Other-hold*
Local Carrier-Based Voice Mail Service*
BLF on DSS Button
The Busy Lamp Field (BLF) indicator button is red when the corresponding extension is
busy. This is available for Flexible CO buttons assigned as DSS buttons on proprietary
telephones.
LED Indication on the CO Button
The table below shows the lighting patterns for outside (CO) line conditions.
1 s
Flashing slowly
(60 flash/min)
Flashing moderately
(120 flash/min)
Flashing rapidly
(240 flash/min)
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1-16 PT Overview
1.1 Configuration
LED Indication and LCD on the KX-T7885/KX-TD7895
The LED is off and LCD date and time line is not displayed while the phone is idle. To
activate the LED and LCD, press the button specified in the “Operating Instructions” for
the wireless phone.
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Section 2
Station Programming
(Personal Programming)
Contents
2.1 Station Programming Instructions ................................... 2-2
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming) ............. 2-6
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2-2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
2.1 Station Programming Instructions
When storing data
After pressing the STORE button to store data, you may hear one of the following tones.
— Confirmation tone (one beep): storage is completed.
— Confirmation tone (two beeps): the data is the same as the last entry.
— Alarm tone (three beeps): the entry is not valid.
To exit the Station Programming mode
Station Programming allows you, the proprietary telephone (PT) user, to program certain
features from your telephone individually. During the programming mode, your
telephone is busy to outside callers. If you want to make a normal call operation, you
must finish the programming mode.
Programming Mode Display
When you enter the Station Programming mode, the display shows the following
message as the initial programming mode.
The display also gives you helpful or stored data information related to the programming
steps. In this section, the display example in the programming steps are noted, if
required. You can also refer to the “Display Examples” in the Appendix (Section 4).
To enter the Station Programming mode
PITS-PGM NO? →
PT
Press PROGRAM.
Be sure the telephone is idle and on-hook.
PROGRAM
PT
When the display shows the initial programming mode
Programming is completed
and the normal call operation
resumes.
Press PROGRAM.
PROGRAM
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-3
2.1 Station Programming Instructions
To confirm the assigned data
—Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press HOLD.
Enter the program access number.
program access number
HOLD
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
— If you wish to change the data, follow the programming procedure explained in this
section.
* A program access number is required to program/confirm the data by Station Programming.
• Enter the program access number* as follows.
- 1: Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing
- 2: Preferred Line Assignment — Incoming
- 3: Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection
- 4: Intercom Alert Assignment
- 5: Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
- 6: Self-Extension Number Confirmation (KX-TA30830 only)
- 7: Extension Password Set (Manager only)
- 8: Electronic Station Lockout — CANCEL ALL
- 0: Date and Time Setting (Operator/Manager only)
- # : Station Programming Data Default Set
• The display shows the programmed data.
<PT Display Example>
When you press “5”, the display shows:
— The Call Waiting tone is currently programmed to Tone 1.
C.W.Tone-1
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
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2-4 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
2.1 Station Programming Instructions
To confirm the assigned data on the Flexible button
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
— The following outline contains the buttons and program access numbers used for Station
Programming. Detailed operating instructions are explained in this section.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
— If you wish to change the data, follow the programming procedure explained in this
section.
To clear the data on the Flexible button
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press HOLD.
Press the desired Flexible button.
HOLD
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
• The display shows the current status.
PT
Press the desired
Flexible button that
you wish to clear.
Dial 2. Press STORE.
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
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(Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing)
(Preferred Line Assignment — Incoming)
(Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection)
(Intercom Alert Assignment)
(Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment)
(Self-Extension Number Confirmation)
(Extension Password Set)*
(Electronic Station Lockout — CANCEL ALL)*
(Date and Time Setting)*
(Station Programming Data Default Set)
(Exit)
Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button
Conference (CONF) Button
FWD/DND Button
SAVE Button
Caller ID Indication — Personal Button
Caller ID Selection — Personal Button
Log-In/Log-Out Button
Another Extension Message Waiting Button
Caller ID Indication — Common Button
Caller ID Selection — Common Button
Single-CO (S-CO) Button
Other-CO (O-CO) Button
Group-CO (G-CO) Button
Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-5
2.1 Station Programming Instructions
Station Programming Outline
(Station Programming)
CO
MESSAGE
MESSAGE 3
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
96
97
0
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
#
* See the “Operator/Manager
Service Features”
(Section 3.3).
CO
Return to MESSAGE Button
95
PROGRAM
PROGRAM
One-Touch Dialing Button
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Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment
Allows you to select the call waiting tone type (Tone 1 or Tone 2).
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Conditions
• The tone type patterns are described in the Appendix (Section 4).
• The default is “Tone 1”.
Feature References
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Call Waiting
PT
Dial 5. Press STORE.
or
Dial 1 or 2.
1 : to select Call Waiting Tone 1
2 : to select Call Waiting Tone 2
AUTO DIAL
STORE
1 2
5
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
• The display shows the current tone type.
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-7
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Flexible Button Assignment
Each Flexible button on your telephone and the console can be assigned as various
feature buttons such as a DSS Button, FWD/DND Button, etc. The assignable features
are limited by the button type. Please refer to “Flexible Buttons” in Section 1.1.
Another Extension Message Waiting Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as an Another Extension Message Waiting
button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM
button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature Reference
Message Waiting for Another Extension
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO button
you wish to assign as an Another
Extension Message Waiting button.
Press STORE.
Enter the extension number
(100 through 199).
extension no.
Dial 95.
5
9
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator
lights.
• The display shows the
initial programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
MW–
<PT Display Example>
extension number
• To erase an incorrect entry, press the TRANSFER (CLEAR) button.
(The TRANSFER button becomes the CLEAR button during programming.)
MW–xxx
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2-8 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Caller ID Indication Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the Caller ID Indication button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO button you wish to
assign as the Caller ID Indication — Personal button.
Dial 6. Press STORE.
–– Personal
Press the desired Flexible CO button you wish to
assign as the Caller ID Indication — Common button.
Press STORE.
–– Common
Dial 96.
6
6
9
CO
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Condition
• System Programming determines who can assign the Caller ID Indication — Common
button.
Programming Reference
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[909] Common Area Call Log Check Assignment
Feature References
Call Information/Log, Incoming
Call Log, Incoming
PT
<PT Display Example>
CID-P Indication
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
CID-C Indication
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-9
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Caller ID Selection Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the Caller ID Selection button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Condition
• System Programming determines who can assign the Caller ID Selection — Common
button.
Programming Reference
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[909] Common Area Call Log Check Assignment
Feature References
Call Information/Log, Incoming
Call Log, Incoming
PT
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO button you wish to
assign as the Caller ID Selection — Personal button.
Dial 7. Press STORE.
–– Personal
Press the desired Flexible CO button you wish to
assign as the Caller ID Selection — Common button.
Press STORE.
–– Common
Dial 97.
7
7
9
CO
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
CID-P Selection
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
CID-C Selection
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2-10 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature References
Conference
Conference, Unattended
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO
button you wish to assign as
the Conference button.
Dial 3. Press STORE.
3
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
<PT Display Example>
Conference
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
Conference (CONF) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the Conference (CONF) button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
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Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as a DSS button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-11
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature Reference
Intercom Calling
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO
button you wish to assign as
a DSS button.
Dial 1. Press STORE.
Enter the extension number
(100 through 199).
extension no.
AUTO DIAL
STORE
1
CO
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
EXT–
<PT Display Example>
extension number
• To erase an incorrect entry, press the TRANSFER (CLEAR)
button.
(The TRANSFER button becomes the CLEAR button during
programming.)
EXT–xxx
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
FWD/DND Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the FWD/DND button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO
button you wish to assign as
the FWD/DND button.
Dial 4. Press STORE.
4
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming
mode.
<PT Display Example>
FWD/DND
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature References
Call Forwarding
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Group-CO (G-CO) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as a Group-CO button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press the desired Flexible
CO button you wish to
assign as a G-CO button.
Dial #. Press STORE.
Enter the outside (CO) line group
(trunk group) number (1 through 3).
outside (CO) line group no.
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
outside (CO) line group number
• To erase an incorrect entry, press the TRANSFER (CLEAR) button.
(The TRANSFER button becomes the CLEAR button during programming.)
TRG GRP–x
<PT Display Example>
TRG GRP–
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
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Press the desired Flexible CO
button you wish to assign as
the Log-In/Log-Out button.
Dial 8. Press STORE.
8
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-13
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
PT
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
Group Log In/Out
Log-In/Log-Out Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the Log-In/Log-Out button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature Reference
Log-In/Log-Out
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
One-Touch Dialing Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible button (CO, MESSAGE) as a One-Touch Dialing button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press the desired Flexible button you wish
to assign as a One-Touch Dialing button and
then dial 2.
Press STORE.
Enter the desired number
(extension number,
phone number, etc.).
desired number
+
)
) 2
MESSAGE
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
Not Stored
• Up to 24 digits can be stored.
• To erase an incorrect entry, press the TRANSFER (CLEAR) button.
(The TRANSFER button becomes the CLEAR button during programming.)
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Conditions
• The number can be an extension number, telephone number or feature number. Up to
twenty-four digits can be stored in a One-Touch Dialing button.
• To store the telephone number of an external party, a line access code (9 or 81 through
83) must be stored as the first digit.
• You can store a number consisting of twenty-five digits or more by dividing and
assigning it into two One-Touch Dialing buttons. In this case, the line access code
should be stored in the first button.
• To store an account code, press and then enter the desired code. The account
codes must be stored after the line access code.
• You can use 0 through 9, , #, PAUSE and INTERCOM for storing.
#: change the dialing mode (Pulse to Tone)
PAUSE: pause
INTERCOM: secret
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-15
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
PT
Press the desired Flexible
CO button you wish to assign
as the O-CO button.
Press STORE.
Dial .
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming
mode.
<PT Display Example>
Other CO Key
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Other-CO (O-CO) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the Other-CO button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
Return to Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to restore the message waiting feature to the Message Waiting (MESSAGE)
button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press the MESSAGE button
you wish to restore.
Dial 3. Press STORE.
3
MESSAGE
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming
mode.
<PT Display Example>
Message Waiting
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature Reference
Message Waiting
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
SAVE Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as the SAVE button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press the desired Flexible CO
button you wish to assign as
the SAVE button.
Dial 5. Press STORE.
5
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
Save Button
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Feature Reference
Redial, Saved Number
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-17
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Single-CO (S-CO) Button (Assignment)
Allows you to assign a Flexible CO button as a Single-CO button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Condition
• You can assign the same outside (CO) line to an S-CO and G-CO button.
PT
Press the desired Flexible
CO button you wish to assign
as an S-CO button.
Dial 0. Press STORE.
Enter the outside (CO) line
number (1 through 3).
outside line (CO) no.
0
CO
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
<PT Display Example>
CO—
<PT Display Example>
outside (CO) line number
• To erase an incorrect entry, press the TRANSFER (CLEAR) button.
(The TRANSFER button becomes the CLEAR button during programming.)
CO—x
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
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. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Dial 4. Press STORE.
or
Dial 1 or 2.
1 : to select the Ring-Calling (Tone Call) mode
2 : to select the Voice-Calling mode
1 2
4
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial programming mode.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Condition
• The default is “Ring-Calling (Tone Call)”.
• The display shows the current status.
<PT Display Example>
• When Ring-Calling (Tone Call) mode is selected;
• When Voice-Calling mode is selected;
Voice Call
Tone Call
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-19
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
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. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Press STORE.
Dial 3. Enter the outside (CO) line numbers
you want to ring (1 through 3).
outside (CO) line no.
3
AUTO DIAL
STORE
<PT Display Example>
RNG:1,2,3
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Conditions
• The “Flexible Ringing Assignment” should be set to “Enable”. (Refer to System
Programming.)
• When an outside call is received at extension but doesn’t ring, the CO indicator will
flash. If you want to answer the outside call, press the flashing CO button.
Programming Reference
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[408]–[410] Flexible Ringing Assignment — Day/Night/Lunch
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Preferred Line Assignment — Incoming
Allows you to select the method used to answer incoming outside calls from the
following three line preferences.
1.) No Line Preference
2.) Ringing Line Preference (— default)
3.) Prime Line Preference
Follow the corresponding programming procedure according to your selection.
No Line Preference — Incoming (Assignment)
No line is selected when you go off-hook. You must select a line to answer an incoming
call by pressing a CO button.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Dial 1. Press STORE.
Dial 2.
1
2
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
• The display shows the current
status.
<PT Display Example>
Pref. In :No
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Station Programming (Personal Programming) 2-21
2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Ringing Line Preference — Incoming (Assignment)
When you go off-hook, you can answer any call ringing at your telephone.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Prime Line Preference — Incoming (Assignment)
When you go off-hook, you can answer a call on the line which is assigned as the prime
line.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Dial 2. Press STORE.
Dial 2.
2 2
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
• The display shows the current
status.
<PT Display Example>
Pref. In :Ring
PT
Dial 3.
Dial 2. Press STORE.
Enter the outside (CO) line number
(1 through 3).
outside (CO) line no.
2 3
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
• The display shows the current status.
<PT Display Example>
outside (CO) line number
Pref. In :CO-x
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing
Allows you to select the desired outgoing line preference to originate calls from the
following three line preferences.
1.) No Line Preference (— default)
2.) Idle Line Preference
3.) Prime Line Preference
Follow the programming procedure according to your selection.
<Note>
When setting “Idle Line Preference” or “Prime Line Preference”, you cannot access any
PT features after going off-hook. To access these PT features, press the INTERCOM
button before or after going off-hook.
No Line Preference — Outgoing (Assignment)
When going off-hook, you are not connected to any line. You must choose the line.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Dial 1. Press STORE.
Dial 1.
1 1
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
• The display shows the current
status.
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2.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Idle Line Preference — Outgoing (Assignment)
When going off-hook, you are connected to an idle line.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
Prime Line Preference — Outgoing (Assignment)
When going off-hook, you are connected to a pre-assigned line.
— Be sure that you are in the Station Programming mode. Press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Dial 2. Press STORE.
Dial 1.
1 2
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
• The display shows the current
status.
<PT Display Example>
Pref. Out:Idle
— To exit the Station Programming mode, press the PROGRAM button.
PT
Dial 3.
Dial 1. Press STORE.
Enter the outside (CO) line number
(1 through 3).
outside line (CO) no.
1 3
AUTO DIAL
STORE
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The display shows the initial
programming mode.
• The display shows the current status.
<PT Display Example>
outside (CO) line number
Pref. Out:CO-x

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