PANASONIC KX TD1272


The KX-TD1232 system is initially configured for 8 CO lines and 16 digital proprietary phones, plus up to 16 single-line devices.  A single cabinet KX-TD1232 system is expandable to 32 CO lines (with T1 card)/64 stations (32 digital phones and 32 single line devices).  Connecting a second KX-TD1232 cabinet increases the expansion capacity to the system maximum of 32 CO lines and 128 stations (64 digital/64 single line devices).

The Panasonic KX-TD1232 system supports Panasonic 7000 series analogue phones, 7400 series digital phones, and single line devices such as fax machines, single line phones, modems, and more, without the need to buy extra adapters cards, or modules.  Voice mail ports facilitate integration with a voice processing system.  The KX-TD1232 is equipped with the unique XDP (eXtra Device Port) capability for unprecedented flexibility and expansion power.

Automatic Route Selection
A digital super hybrid system can help reduce long distance costs by automatically routing outgoing call to the most cost-efficient long distance carrier within your network.  The system makes the selection based on pre-programmed time-of-day, day-of-week, and call destination tables.

Back-Up Operator
When the operator or other staff is unable to answer an incoming call, the optional KX-TD191 DISA card can be used an outgoing message after a designated number of rings (3 to 12 rings).  Your calls will then always be answered in a timely manner.

Caller ID Compatibility
Displays the incoming caller's phone number, or name and number, when used with a Panasonic system display phone.  The system can automatically match a caller's number with a previously stored name, and display that name on the LCD screen of the telephone.  The Panasonic KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 are particularly nice because they're multiple line displays allow both name and number to be simultaneously displayed.  Up to 500 names can be stored.

Caller ID Compatibility to Single Line Telephone Devices
With the addition of a KX-TD171 module Caller ID, information can be displayed on a single-line consumer telephone device connected to the system (limit one device per KX-TD171 module).

Call Forwarding Versatility
Incoming, intercom, and transferred calls to your extension can be forwarded when you are on the phone or away from your desk.  Calls can be directed to your mailbox, to another phone, or even outside your office building - to reach you anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 7-days a week.  "Follow Me" programming allows you to remotely set Call Forwarding from another phone within your organization, so calls to your extension will reach you while you roam.

CTI (Computer Telephony Integration) Compatibility
CTI compatibility enables you to link your KX-TD1232 or KX-TD816 system to a LAN (Local Area Network) for enhanced call management capability.  Picture using your desktop PC to handle basic and advanced phone features, or having calls automatically routed to the screen of the appropriate individual along with full background information.  Separate computer telephony software is required.

Direct Inward Dial (DID)
Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid Systems can be connected to Direct Inward Dial (DID) CO lines provided by the telephone company with the addition of an optional KX-TD185 expansion module.  With DID service, calls from outside the company will be directed to a specific extension, alleviating the need for an operator or attendant.

Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
With the optional KX-TD191 DISA card, the KX-TD1232 system will provide a simplified "auto attendant" feature with up to 64 seconds of outgoing message time.  After dialing into the system, the caller obtains single-digit access to extensions, phantom extensions or ring groups any time during or after the message.  Additionally, callers can be required to dial a security code to access extensions or the system's outside lines.

Distinctive Ring
You can program up to eight different ring tones for the digital phones, giving phones in different areas or departments a distinctive ring. 

PC-Based Programming
Panasonic dealers can program the KX-TD1232 and KX-TD816 via PC.  Programming data can then be stored on a disk for future back ups.  PC programming software is available to certified dealer only.

Phantom Extensions
For added call-routing flexibility, you can assign one extension number to several phones.  All phones will then ring simultaneously when this extension is dialed.

Message Waiting Unit
With the addition of a KX-TD194 message waiting box, message waiting lamps on single-line telephones that are connected to the system will illuminate when new messages are received.

SMDR (Station Message Detail Recording)
By connecting a serial printer to the system, or by attaching a call accounting system, you can obtain a record of calls.  Know who called where, when, and for how long.  Account codes may be assigned to keep track of costs to be billed to clients, employees, projects or departments.

Toll Restriction
The Supper Hybrid System can be programmed to prohibit unauthorized outgoing long distance calls by preventing certain extensions from accessing specified area codes/exchange codes.

Trunk Answer From Any Station
Sends ringing from outside calls through the external paging system, allowing CO calls to be answered from any station in the system.

Night Service
The Panasonic Super Hybrid provides a "Day" and "Night" mode feature which, when set from any station, can be used to change system functions according to the time.  For example, you can designate which phones ring on incoming calls after hours, or prohibit dialing out at night.

Uniform Call Distribution
The Panasonic KX-TD1232 and KX-TD816 Super Hybrid Systems can systematically distribute incoming calls to a group of operators or agents, providing outside callers with an outgoing message (requires KX-TD191 card) when all members of the group are busy.  To ensure that callers are not kept waiting, a timetable can be established to determine when calls overflow to another extension or group of extensions.

Log-In/Log-Out Button
A Log-in/Log-out button may be assigned so that members of a UCD Group, Ring Group, or Hunt Group may temporarily remove themselves from the group.  This allows members to go to lunch or finish paperwork before taking another call.


KX-T7500CE
Digital Cordless Telephone
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KX-T7436E
24 Key, Handsfree, Large Display
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KX-T7433E
24 Key, Handsfree, 3 Line Display
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KX-T7431E
12 Key, Handsfree Display
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KX-T7425E
24 Key, Handsfree
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KX-T7420E
12 Key, Handsfree
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KX-T7440E
66 Key Console (DSS)
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KX-T7441E
48 Key Console (DSS) With Answer/Release Keys
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KX-T7240E
32 Key Console (DSS)
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KX-T7040E
32 Key DSS Console
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KX-T7315E
Digital SLT Handsfree
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KX-T7310E
Digital SLT
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Last revised: March 13, 2006