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									Panasonic KX-TA624
         System Outline

Initial configuration of 3 CO X 8 Stations
KX-TA62477 Card adds 3 CO X 8 Stations
KX-TA62470 Card adds 8 Stations
KX-TA62493 Caller ID Card for 3 CO lines
KX-TA62491 DISA / Fax Detection Card
KX-TA62460 Doorphone / Door Opener

Initially configured
 with 3 CO X 8 Station
ExternalMusic Source
External Paging Jack
RS-232 for SMDR
Ground Screw
KX-TA624 System Outline

1 External Paging Jack
     (Radio Shack Cat. No. 42-2420)

1 External Music On Hold Input Jack
      (Radio Shack Cat. No. 42-2420)

1 Station Message Detail Recording RS-232
      (Radio Shack Cat. No.

Reset Switch
System Clear Switch
Vertical / Horizontal Mounting
      KX-TA624 System

Central Office Lines   RJ-14 CO Lines
Extensions             RJ-14 Extensions
Paging Jack            3.55 mm
Music On Hold Jack     3.55 mm
SMDR                   9 pin Male RS-232
1. The cable from the RS-232 should be a null modem.
2. Ground should be a 12 AWG or larger and connected to a
   good known source.
3. Electrical power outlet should be 120VAC with a ground
4. Incoming Central Office lines should be protected by using
any well know lightning protector: Edco, Porta Systems,MP1
by ITTW Link, Panamax, etc.

3 CO and 8 Ext
 Expansion Card
Lines 4 through 6
Jacks 9 through 16

8 Extension
 Expansion Card
This card can be
 installed directly to
 the system for a
 3 CO X 16 station, or
 connected to the
 KX-TA62477 for jacks
 17 through 24.
        KX-TA62493 CLID

Provides Name or
 Number to a
 Proprietary Telephone
KX-T7130 or KX-
2 cards maximum
card for lines 1-3, and
 lines 4-6

DISA (Direct Inward
 Station Access)
Day / Night message
Fax Detection
One Touch Access to
 stations or ring
One per system

 Card for 4 door phones
 Card for 4 Door Openers
  (not provided)
 Door phone connections
  RJ-14. 4 conductor line
  cord to jack. (red/green
  to DP 1, black/yellow to
  DP 2)

Door phone unit
Can be mounted
 inside HoloSound
 Model 100 Brass Face
 Plate (714)751-4656
 Day, Night, Lunch
Door Opener
     Day, Night, Lunch
KX-T Proprietary Devices


Large Display Speaker
12 Flex CO Buttons
12 Flex Func Buttons
White or Black

Display Speakerphone
12 Flex CO Buttons
4 Flex Function

12 Flex CO Buttons
4 Flex Function

Monitor Telephone
12 Flex CO Lines
4 Flex Monitor

Monitor Telephone
3 Flex CO Buttons
3 Flex Monitor
White Only
900 MHz Multi-Line Wireless Telephone with
  3 Line Multi-Function LCD
    Top line for call activity and phone status symbols
    Middle line for normal display phone alpha-numeric text
    Bottom line for flexible button identification text
  4 Programmable buttons for up to 12 functions
  6 Ringer Modes including Vibrator Mode
  Headset Jack (2.5mm jack)
  High Capacity, Quick Charging NiMH battery
    Additional KX-A276 batteries can be purchased separately
New Enhanced Capabilities

1 - 4 Door Phones and    Day, Night, Lunch
 door openers              Service
DISA with Fax            Flex ringing for Day,
 Detection and OGM         Night & Lunch Service
Caller ID                Account Codes
Station Message Detail   Room Monitor
 Record (SMDR)            Call Transfer to CO
Voice Mail Integration   Unattended Conference
Up to Four Doorphones

Requires the KX-62460 DP Card
Optional Doorphones - KX-T30865
Day/Night/Lunch Ring Assignments
Flexible Ring Tone Pattern (three)
Flexible Ring Length (15 or 30 Seconds)
Flexible Door Opener Assignment and
 Times (for Day/Night/Lunch
Adjustable Door Opener Time
DISA   (Direct Inward Station Access)

Caller hears a pre-recorded message
 (requires a KX-TA62491 card). Without
 this card, the caller hears a beep.
Record up to two messages (Day/Night)
Fax Detection (Req. a KX-TA62491)
One Touch Dialing- to an extension,
 operator or ring group. Up to 10 codes.
Programmable Security Codes
DISA continues

Calling an External Party-
    Security Codes, CO Security, 3 time
    and you’re out.
Can answer 1 - 6 lines
DISA Busy Mode- Call Wait, Disconnect
    or hear DISA 2 message
Intercept on busy stations to another
    programmable station
              Caller ID

Requires the KX-TA62493 card. Max 2
 cards. Handles three CO’s each
Log up to 20 numbers.
Must use a KX-T7030 or KX-T7130
Will not log to SLT
Program CO buttons for CLID- red
 indication of stored calls
Prog CO for Selection to scroll CLID info
       TAM Extension

Assign a jack for TAM (Sys 611)
TAM answers CO, dial station connected
 to TAM, hear busy, dial “4”.
All stations can be assigned as TAM
*Disconnects TAM Station

Print details to a computer or serial printer
 on outside calls
Requires a DB9-DB9 Null Modem Cable.
 Cable will be a female 9 pin to female 9 pin.
Shows Date, Time, Ext. making the call, CO
 line the call was made on, dialed number,
 duration of call. Incoming will display
 callers number (with CLID from Telco and a
 KX-TA62493 card.
   Voice Mail Integration

Supports In-Band Signaling (follow on ID)
Up to four ports
Works with the KX-TVS75/100/200
Activates the MW Light on 7000 Series
Supports immediate answer, delayed
 answer and DISA Intercept Routing
Flexible MW Button on 7000 Series
Day - Night - Lunch Service

Flexible Ringing- (408-410)
Delayed Ringing- (411-413)
Incoming Ring Service- (414-416) Choice
Flexible Out Dial (405-407)
       Account Codes

SMDR can be used for Accounting / Billing
24 Separate Codes Available
Incoming Calls to SMDR is Optional
Outgoing Calls have four choices
    Verify- All Mode, Verify- Toll Mode
    Forced Mode, Option Mode
Four Digits (0 - 9)
Emergency Numbers override Acct. Entry
         Room Monitor

Monitor APT or Door phone w/o a tone
Must be assigned (Sys 612)
Activate at phone (7351#)
Can Not Use a KX-T7050 or 7055
SLT with MUTE button can be used for
Call Transfer CO /
Unattended Conference

Allows an APT to Transfer an incoming CO
 or Intercom call to an outside CO
Disabled by default (Sys 606)
Timer Adjustment: 1 - 32 Minutes
Unattended Conference- Leave the
 conference by Pressing CONF. Return by
 Pressing CONF. Max time 32 minutes
     Additional Features

Additional Timers: (200-211)
DSS Console- Max two, uses station port
System Password, 4 digit, adjustable
12/24 Hour Clock
CO Line Indicator Assignment (Sys 109)
 Assigns capability of answering calls not
 assigned to ring.
Flash Key Mode (110) allows EFA
     Additional Features

Toll Restriction- Expanded
Emergency Dial Number- allows up to five
 phone numbers to over ride TRS
Host PBX Access Codes- Allows using the
 KX-TA624 in front of larger PBX. Ignores
 access codes in TRS tables
Outside Line Ringing Pattern- Choice of 3
Ring Group- for DISA only
     Additional Features

Absent Messages (6)
Call Park - 10 zones
    22(0-9) to park
    52(0-9) to answer
Electronic Station Lock
Programmable MW Light
Personal Speed Dial
Pickup Dial
     Additional Features

Timed Reminder
Flexible CO- CLID, Conf, DSS, FWD/DND
    Group CO, S-CO, O-CO, Log In/Out
    One touch Dial, Save
Preferred Line Assignment- In/Out
Communication Systems

KX-TVS Voice Processing
    System Training
Voice Mail Integration

The purpose of Voice Mail integration
 is to allow the Voice Processing System
 and the Super Hybrid System to
 communicate with each other.
Three types of integration are
 available: Digital(Out of Band for KX-
 TD systems), Analog (In-band
 integration for all other systems with
 In-band integration capability), and
 APITS for the             KX-TA624-1
Analog Integration Wiring

                   CO Card   1   2

To Tip and Ring
of SLT extension
         Introducing the
…the newest addition to the KX-TVS line
 of Voice Processing Systems (VPS)
2 ports, 2 hours voice storage, expandable to 4
 hours of voice storage
The 2 hours of voice storage will be reduced by
 recording User Prompts
If all System Prompts were to be recorded by
 the user, voice storage would be reduced by
 approximately 40 minutes
KX-TVS50 Specifications

Increasing the voice storage from the initial 2
 hours up to 4 hours is accomplished by
 adding an optional KX-TVS52 Flash Memory
 Expansion card
30 mailboxes, 2 manager mailboxes, utilizing
 Flash Memory with 7.2 Kbps voice
New features include A-PITS integration with
 KX-TA624-1, Caller ID Routing, System and
 Station Caller ID Name Announce, and
 Personal Greeting for Caller ID
So what is Flash Memory?

Definition-A solid-state mass-storage
 device that emulates a hard-disk drive
This type of mass-storage device is
 suitable for portable computers, personal
 digital assistants (PDA), digital still
 cameras, MP3 players and other devices
 requiring high-density non-volatile data
What are the advantages?

The advantages of this type of storage
 device is that it is:
  extremely rugged and reliable
  fast sustainable read/write capability
  much less expensive than hard-disk drives
  and has low single-voltage power
KX-TVS50 Specifications

The KX-TVS50 comes with 2 Flash memory
 chips, one for 2 hours of voice storage, the
 other for system prompts and programming
The KX-TVS52 Flash Memory Expansion
 card has one Flash memory chip for an
 additional 2 hours of voice storage
KX-TVS50 Specifications

The KX-TVS50’s appearance is very similar
 to the KX-TVS75, with two noticeable
  A 4 position dip switch is used to determine
   the system mode rather than a rotary switch
  The system upper chassis has a built-in ferrite
   core used to reduce noise and other spurious
   oscillations from being introduced into the
   system through station cabling
Mode Switch Positions
Mode Switch Positions
  0000       Normal operation position
  1000       Initializes RS-232C parameters
  0100       D-PITS Auto Configuration for AA service1
  1100       D-PITS Auto Configuration for VM service1
  1101       Not used
  1010       Initializes VPS. Clears all data and messages
  0110       Flash memory Read/Write test
  0101       A-PITS Auto Configuration for AA service2
  1101       A-PITS Auto Configuration for VM service2
   1 Used for KX-TD D-PITS integration only
   2 Used for KX-TA A-PITS integration only
Some New Terminology

To date, two types of Voice Processing System
 integration were available in the KX-TVS line of
 VPS’s, In-band and D-PITS
A-PITS - Analog Proprietary Integrated NEW
 Telephone System
A-PITS Integration - A proprietary 4-wire out of
 band Voice Processing System integration
 supported by the KX-TVS50 and KX-TA624-1

Signaling and control information is transmitted
 and received between the 624 and 50 across
 the D1 and D2 pair of an extension port
Voice is provided by the Tip and Ring pair for
 that extension port
Each A-PITS integrated port supports one VPS
 port (Unlike D-PITS integration which provides
 two VPS ports per station ports)

The KX-TVS50 supports:
  In-band with telephone systems providing In-band
  D-PITS with KX-TD308/816/1232/500
  A-PITS with the KX-TA624-1
   System Administration

Programming and administration can be
 accomplished by using either a dumb terminal
 program (i.e.. HyperTerminal) or any other
 communication software (i.e. ProcommPlus)
Programming menus are the same as the other
 KX-TVS models with additional programming
 added for the new features - System Caller ID
 Name Announce & Caller ID Call Routing
                 System Administration

                             Laptop with a Modem Program such
                           as Hyperterminal, Procomm for Windows

           Programming RS-232C        `

            Null Modem Cable

If your Laptop has a DB-9 serial connector use:
Radio Shack Cable (DB-9 to DB-25) Cat. No. 26-269
Radio Shack Null Modem Adapter (25 pin) Cat. No. 26-1496B or
Radio Shack Null Modem Adapter (9 pin) Cat. No. 26-264A
New KX-TVS50 Features

These features are supported by A-PITS
 or D-PITS integration
  System Caller ID Name Announce
  Station Caller ID Name Announce
  Personnel Greetings for Caller ID
  Caller ID Routing
Caller ID card(s) are required for these
 features to operate KX-TD193 or KX-
 System Caller ID Name
120 Caller ID Numbers (20 digit max.)
 can be entered into system
 programming via programming terminal
  System Parameter Setting-System Caller
   ID Announce
A name can be recorded for each of the
 120 Caller ID numbers by the Message
 Manager in mailbox 998
  *998-5-8 for System Caller ID Name
   Announce recording
 System Caller ID Name

So how does this work?
  An incoming Caller ID call arrives at CO port of
   phone system that is programmed to ring to a VPS
  Caller ID information is transmitted to VPS via A-
   PITS or D-PITS link.
  VPS answers, plays prompts, caller dials digits to
   transfer call to an extension
  When extension answers, the user is given a
   prompt with states “You have a call from
   (recorded name). To answer the call press one,
   otherwise press 2 and hang up.
   System Caller ID Name

If no Caller ID is provided, private, out of
 area, or the number is not registered, the
 normal transfer sequence occurs without
   Station Caller ID Name

Functions in the same way as System
 Caller ID Name announce
30 Personal Caller ID Name Announce
 entries can be entered per mailbox
  *MB 5-5 for Station Caller ID Name
   Announce programming
System Caller ID Name Announce has priority
 over Station Caller ID Name Announce
Caller ID Personal Greeting

Up to four personalized mailbox greetings
 can be recorded in addition to the normal
 busy, no answer, and after-hours
Each of the personalized greetings can
 have up to eight Caller ID numbers
 assigned to it
  * can be used as a wildcard when entering
   the Caller ID numbers
  *MB 5-1-4 for Caller ID Personal Greeting
Caller ID Personal Greeting

When an outside caller with a Caller ID
 number that has been assigned in the
 mailbox enters the mailbox, a custom
 greeting for that caller will be played
        Caller ID Routing

Caller ID Routing allows an incoming
 caller to be routed to a specific location or
 service based on the Caller ID number
Calls can be routed to a mailbox,
 extension, or Custom Service
        Caller ID Routing

Up to 120 Caller ID numbers can be entered
 into the system
  Service Setting - Caller ID Routing
  Caller ID number can be up to 20 digits
  * can be used as wildcard
  O or P can be entered for Out of Area & Private
  A route description up to 20 characters can be
This feature can operate in conjunction with the
 System & Personal Caller ID Name Announce
  What else is new in the

New factory default voice prompts
  Faster cadence & less pause time between
Improved Installation Manual provided on
  Improved organization
  Includes the KX-TA and KX-TD phone system
   programming related to VPS integration
  What else is new in the

Screened transfer with Call ID is now
Company Greetings have been removed
The KX-TVS50 does not support the Two-
 Way Record and Two-Way Transfer
Setup for the KX-TA624

 System Program 130 for Jack 07 or 07 & 08

 System Program 131for Jack 15 or 15 & 16
 Use a four conductor line cord to KX-TVS50 for each port (jack 07
  to port one of KX-TVS50, etc)
 System Program 000 to set the time
 System Program 900 to enable CID
 System Program 414 for Day Ring
 System Program 415 for Night Ring
 System Program 416 for Lunch Ring
Station Programming
 CID Button- Press CO, press 6, Store (CID Transmitted through
 CID Selection- Press CO, press 7, Store
 LCS- Press CO, dial 92, Store
 LCS Cancel- Press CO, dial 93, Store
        LCS Password- Intercom 77* _ _ _ _ _ _ #
               Hands Free- Station Program #11 Store
               Private- Station Program #12 Store
 VTR- Press CO, dial 94: 107, Store
 Call Forward ALL Calls- Intercom 711 107#
 Call Forward Busy, No Answer- Intercom 712 107#
 Call Forward Cancel- Intercom 710#
 Default & Configuration
 for the KX-TA624-1 / KX-VS50

 Connect the computer to the KX-TVS50 prior to initializing.
 Using Hyperterminal, Procomm Plus for Windows, or any dumb
  terminal, have the settings at 9600, N, 8, 1and set for VT100
 Connect the KX-TS50 to the computer with a null modem cable.
 Set the Dip Switch on the KX-TVS50 to 0101
 Plug the power cord to the KX-TVS50 and wait for screen to tell you
  to reset the switched to 0000
 Go through Quick Setup, choosing the “KX-TA” for the Telephone
New Features

                    No Company Greetings
 De-Activate the Following Greeting from the Message Manager by
  calling 107, #6*998, 5,6,1, enter Prompt Number, press 3
    248   “Good Afternoon”
    249   “Good Evening”
    250   “Good Morning”
    819   “Welcome to the Voice Processing System”

   Record the entire Greeting in the Custom Service by dialing
    #6*998, 5,4,1

   Assign the Port on the Computer to use the corresponding
    Custom Service for Day and Night Mode. 1,4,2
Caller ID Routing
     System (120 entries available)
     S.A. (Computer) 1,4,3
     Sends CID to a specific MB, Extension or
      Custom Service
Personal Greetings for CID
  Four Personal Greeting with 8 telephone numbers each
  Go into Mailbox, dial 5, 1, 4 to assign Greetings and

Station CID Name Announce
  Assign up to 30 CID Numbers per Mailbox and record a
   name       for each number. Recorded name is heard when
   listening to messages or calls have been transferred from
   the VPS
System CID Name Announce
   Up to 120 CID numbers with names recorded. These will be
    played when calls are transferred through the VPS. (CID
    Screening). Names will also be heard when using the
    intercom paging features
   Enable in the COS
   Can be used Call Screening, Intercom Paging in Call Transfer
    Service or in Incomplete Call Handling
 System Administration 1, 5, 6, 1 to enter numbers
 Message Manager to record names #6*998, 5, 8

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