PANASONIC KX TA624


The basic Panasonic KX-TA624 system has a basic capacity of 8 extensions and 3 exchange lines. It is capable of supporting Panasonic analogue proprietary phones (Panasonic 7050, 7020, 7130) and/or single line devices such as ordinary phones, fax and data modems. With the addition of option cards, the system can expand up to 6 exchange lines and 24 extensions with the addition of optional cards.

Line jack wiring
The system is supplied with eight plug-ended extension cords that plug directly into eight sockets (numbered 01 to 08) located on top of the system. The loose end of the cord (no plug) must be terminated to telephone sockets.

The wiring colour code is as follows:

Note:

Proprietary Panasonic telephones (7050, 7020 & 7130)
A Panasonic 7130 is used to configure the system and must be connected to the first extension jack (marked jack 01). All proprietary phones (Panasonic 7050, 7020, 7130) must be connected via a secondary LJU (2/3A). All four wires (as shown above) must be connected.

Ordinary telephone set
Ordinary phones can be connected to extension jacks 02 to 08. For ordinary phones only connect two wires to the telephone sockets, red to pin 5, and green to pin 2. These must be connected to a master line jack unit (2/2A). DO NOT connect wires to pins 3 and 4.

Paralleled connection
An ordinary extension (phone, answering machine etc) can be connected in parallel to a proprietary phone. When an incoming call is received both phones will ring and either can answer the call.

To add an ordinary extension, in parallel to the Proprietary phone, you simply run a lead from pins 2 and 5 of the secondary socket to pins 2 and 5 of the master socket where the ordinary extension will be connected.

Exchange line wiring
In addition to the eight extensions cords already mentioned, the system is supplied with three plug-ended extension cords that plug directly into three sockets (numbered CO1 to CO3) located on the top of the system. The loose end of the cord (no plug) must be terminated to the exchange lines. If your exchange lines are terminated on a wall socket they should be wired to pins 2 and 5. 

Features

Call may be screened prior to connection to an extension without overloading a busy operator

 

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Last revised: March 13, 2006