KX-TDA200/100 System (Ver.2.x). Enhanced Items. Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. Network Business Company Edition 1.9 24 Feb., 2005. General. General. System Highlights New Feature & Condition System Capacity Expansion Software Compatibility New Hardware
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KX-TDA200/100 System(Ver.2.x) Enhanced Items • Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. • Network Business Company • Edition 1.9 24 Feb., 2005
General General System Highlights New Feature & Condition System Capacity Expansion Software Compatibility New Hardware System Connection Diagram
System Highlights V1.0 Networking(QSIG), Call Center, VoIP Gateway, CTI (CSTA/TAPI), T76xx Line Up, Wireless System V1.1 • Digital XDP & Double Extension Capacity by MEC • 1 Slot VoIP Gateway 4ch Card (Panasonic proprietary) • New CS to DPT Port V2.x • IP-GW16 • IP-PT Extension • Network DSS • Sending Caller ID to SLT port • External Sensor & Relay • Hotel Feature Enhancement (7 items) • LCD for VM Operation
New Feature & Condition - 1 TDA0920 Features Another condition Highlight Hotel Voice Mail CTI 16 ports IP-GW(CO) card IP PT Extension NDSS (Network Direct Station Selection) Caller ID to SLT (Analogue Extension) External Sensor External Relay Wake up Call Set with Voice Guidance (KX-TVA/TVM) Voice Message Delete when Check Out(KX-TVA/TVM) Check in / Check out Control Telephone Charge Print Out when Check out Remote Wake up Call Set SMDR for External Hotel Application SMDR(Programmable) for External Hotel Application LCD for VM Operation (KX-TVA/TVM) VM Message Number Display on LCD(KX-TVA/TVM) CTI Enhancement PC Phone / PC Console Improvement - DDI Name PC Phone / PC Console Improvement - Copy from Outlook (International Code) Behavior of ICD-G Key & ICM key with CTI including PC Phone / PC Console O O IP-EXT16 Card, PT(KX-NT136) EXT-CID Card, SLT8 EIO4, OPB3 EIO4, OPB3 KX-TVM KX-TVM 6line_PT MEC KX-T76xx w/ LCD, KX-TVM 6line_PT, KX-TVM
New Feature & Condition - 2 TDA0920 Features Another condition Making Calls Receiving Calls Hold / FWD / TR Others TRS by Dial Time out Speed Dial Name Reference for Public Call through Private Network Incoming Call Log for Public Call through Private Network CLIP when Transfer System Speed Dial Memory Expansion Personal(Station) Speed Dial Memory Expansion Analogue CO line monitor 20 Pause for 2nd Dial Code Walking Extension for Virtual Extension (For "Hot Disking" Use) Dummy Extension of PBX for CO Telephone Number SMDR 24H Format SMDR Caller ID Modification Outgoing message (OGM) recording duration expansion MEC MEC
System Capacity Expansion Slot1 DLC16 16 Ext. Same as left Slot1 DLC16 16 Ext. + 16DXDP Same as left Slot2 DLC16 16 Ext. Same as left Slot2 DLC16 16 Ext. + 16DXDP Same as left Slot3 DLC16 16 Ext. Same as left Slot3 DLC16 16 Ext. + 16DXDP Same as left Slot4 LCOT16 16 CO E1 30 ch Slot4 DLC16 16 Ext. + 16DXDP Same as left Slot5 LCOT16 16 CO E1 30 ch Slot5 LCOT16 16 CO E1 30 ch 80 ports 108 ports 144 ports 158 ports MEC Without MEC (TDA0105), no change on system capacity made. With MEC (TDA0105), following item’s capacities are expanded. Without MEC (TDA0105) With MEC (TDA0105) 1.Number of Ports (Ver.1.1) TDA100 80 (108) 144 (158) 160 (216) 288 (316) TDA200 2.Number of Extension (Ver.1.1) TDA100 64 128 128 256 TDA200 3. System Speed Dial (Ver.2.x) TDA100 32digits, 1000 entries/System 32digits, 1000 ent./System + 1000 ent./Tenant x 8 TDA200 4. Station Speed Dial (Ver.2.x) TDA100 32 digits, 10 entries/EXT 32 digits, 100 entries/EXT TDA200 * The number of extension is consisted with all type of extension including IP-PT. Configuration of “1.Number of Ports” for TDA100
Software Compatibility MPR / LPR MPR 1.0xx & 1.1xx MPR 2.xxx DLC/DHLC 2.005 Yes Yes w/o TVM DLC/DHLC 2.008 Yes Yes SLC 1.002 Yes Yes w/o EXT-CID SLC 2.002 Yes Yes OPB3 1.002 Yes Yes w/o EIO4 (Relay/Sensor) OPB3 1.006 Yes Yes IPGW4E firmware 1.0, 1.1 Yes Yes w/o NDSS IPGW4E firmware 1.2 Yes Yes MPR / PC maintenance console Installation MPR 1.0xx & 1.1xx MPR 2.xxx 1.07 Yes No 2.0 No Yes 1.07 + 2.0 Yes Yes
New Hardware – Option Card EIO4 TDA200 4 TDA100 2 4-port external input/output card. To be mounted on the OPB3 card (TDA0190). (External Input/Output) KX-TDA0164 EXT-CID TDA200 8 TDA100 4 Sends Caller ID signals to extension ports. To be mounted on the SLC8 card (TDA0173). (Extension Caller ID) KX-TDA0168 IP-EXT16 TDA200 8 TDA100 4 16-channel VoIP extension card. Compliant with Panasonic proprietary protocol, and ITU-T G.729a and G.711 CODEC methods. (16ch VoIP Extension) KX-TDA0470 TDA200 4 TDA100 2 IP-GW16 16-channel VoIP gateway card. Compliant with VoIP H.323 V.2 protocol, and ITU-T G.729a, G.723.1, and G.711 CODEC methods. (16ch VoIP Gateway) KX-TDA0490 Upgrade SD TDA200 1 TDA100 1 Optional SD Memory Card to upgrade the Hybrid IP-PBX with software version 1 or 1.1 to version 2.x, And it adds NDSS feature and CTI enhancement, too. (Upgrade to enhanced V2.0) KX-TDA0920
New Hardware – Peripheral - 1 6 Lines 24 digits LCD /w backlit Visible Large Ring/Msg Lamp Benefit RJ45 RJ45 RJ9 LAN Dual color 24 Flexible Keys Navigation Key TDA PC Remote Office, Easy moving in network, Cost saving KX-NT136 (IP-PT) Connection via IP User Interface is same as T7636. Almost of KX-T7636 Functions is in it. PC-Phone/Console doesn’t work with. PC Maintenance Console doesn’t connect.
New Hardware – Peripheral - 2 TVM200 TVM50 TVP200 TVP50 Connection to PBX VM-Link, DPT port DPT/APT/SLT port DPT/SLT port DPT/APT/SLT port Max. channel 12ports (24ch) 6ports (6ch) 6ports(12ch) 2ports (2ch) Max. mailbox 1024 64 1024 32 Recording media HDD Flash HDD Flash Recording time 128h 8h 32h 6h Programming I/F PC Soft USB, LAN, Modem PC Soft USB, LAN, Modem Hyper Terminal RS232C Hyper Terminal RS232C TVM Series (New Voice Processing System) TVM50 All function of TVP series and New features listed below. • - VM operation with LCD (T7636, T7633 or T7630 is required.) • - Message notification by LCD message (6 lines LCD is required.) • - Wake-up call set with voice guidance for Hotel application • Voice message delete when check-out for Hotel application (6 lines LCD is required.) • Email Notification TVM200
System Connection Diagram - 1 IP-PT PC USB External Sensor/ External Relay Device T7633/36 PC DXDP T7600 DPT T7600 DPT IP Connection Remote PC PC Trunk (Telephone Company Lines) Analogue / BRI / PRI / T1 / E1 Private IP Network Router Server PC PC PC Batteries APT DSS SLT DPT DSS DPT PC or Printer Doorphone & Door Opener CS SLT Wireless Phone PS BGM/MOH FAX ISDN Telephone Pager/ Speaker Amplifier VoiceProcessing System Peripheral Connection Legacy Connection
System Connection Diagram – 2 PC DLC16 (TDA0172) DLC8 (TDA0171) T7600 DPT LCOT4 (TDA0183) T7600 DPT T7633/36 LCOT16 (TDA0181) LCOT8 (TDA0180) DHLC8 (TDA0170) PS CID/PAY8 (TDA0189) DPT DSS PT-IF CS MSLC16 (TDA0175) Analogue CID8 (TDA0193) SLC16 (TDA0174) SLT SLT DID8 (TDA0182) APT E&M SLC8 (TDA0173) E&M8 (TDA0184) EXT-CID (TDA0168) ISDN BRI PSTN BRI4 (TDA0284) BRI8 (TDA0288) FAX IP-EXT16 (TDA0470) Same capability of DLC ISDN PRI CSIF4 (TDA0143) CSIF8 (TDA0144) PRI30 (TDA0290CE/CJ) PRI23 (TDA0290) SLT FAX T1 IP-PT PC CTI-LINK (TDA0410) T1 (TDA0187) LAN E1 Voice Processing E1 (TDA0188) OPB3 (TDA0190) System CS PS DPH4 (TDA0161) DPH2 (TDA0162) IP-GW4 (TDA0480) IP-GW4E (TDA0484) LAN Private Router IP Network Wireless Wireless Doorphone & Door Opener EIO4 (TDA0164) IP-GW16 (TDA0490) PC Server PC Phone Phone Batteries ECHO16 (TDA0166) PSU-S/M/L TDA0108/0104/0103 External Sensor / External Relay Device SMDR MSG4 (TDA0191) Server PC Pager/Speaker PC MPR Amplifier MEC (TDA0105) RMT (TDA0196) Radio
Function – Highlight Function - Highlight
16 ports IP-GW Card - 1 - model number is KX-TDA0490. - 16ch IPGW Card occupies a Single slot in TDA100/200 Physical I/F single Ethernet 10/100BaseT (auto sense) LED’s - Status, Link, Data, Online, Alarm & Busy - G729a/G723.1/G711 - T.38 (FAX) mode is not supported (FAX = G711) - Configuration using Web browser (English) - 100% call compatibility with TDA0484/3480 - Interoperability with TDA0480 Incoming call, Outgoing call and CLIP only. - Interoperability with another manufacturers : Not guaranteed. - Power factor is 0.
16 ports IP-GW Card - 2 Compatibility The compatibility of the IPGW4 (TDA0480), IPGW4E (TDA484), IPGW16 (TDA0490) and the TDA30 IPGW4 (TDA3480) is described in the table below:
16 ports IP-GW Card - 3 Interoperability The interoperability of the IPGW4 (TDA0480), IPGW4E (TDA484), IPGW16 (TDA0490) and the TDA30 IPGW4 (TDA3480) is described in the table below:
IP PT Extension (Benefit 1) Router LAN What is benefit of IP Extension Two type wirings require two types of construction, maintenance and their time. One type wiring save them. Router LAN IP-PT Unified wiring give low cost construction and maintenance.
IP PT Extension (Benefit 2) Setting change is not necessary Easy & Quick move enable What is benefit of IP Extension Normal Extension IP Extension Slot:301 Port:02 Slot:201 Port:01 LAN Setting change will be required. Just MOVE EXT.201 EXT.201? EXT.201 EXT.201 MOVE IP-PT IP-PT
IP PT Extension (Benefit 3) Branch Office Branch Office Head Office Head Office PBX PBX PBX Private IP Network Leased Router Router Line LAN LAN IP-PT IP-PT What is benefit of IP Extension PBX is not necessary for Branch Office. All setting can be controlled by Head Office.
IP PT –1 (Sample Configuration) Branch Office • Sample of configuration • Feature of IP PT(KX-NT136) is basically same as KX-T7636. Except: OHCA, USB connection, 12CO Key connection, Digital XDP, and Walking Extension Head Office Private IP Network IP-PT IP-EXT16 LAN IP-PT Secondary Ethernet Port IP-PT (DHCP Server) PC Primary Ethernet Port
IP PT –2 (Requirements) Requirements - IP-EXT16 card is required. -DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Server is not supported by IP-EXT16 card. You need to assign IP address of IP-EXT16 card by manual. - Cable: 100 BASE-TX Category 5 or higher - Power source: Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) or KX-A237 AC Adaptor is necessary • Note: Following features are not supported. • OHCA, USB connection, 12CO Key connection, Digital XDP, and Walking Extension IP-PT cannot be used for initial set-up of PBX system.
IP PT –3 (Programming IP-EXT. Card) Programming Instruction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Assign IP Address for IP-EXT. card by manual Assign IP Address for IP-PT Register IP-PT IP Address & Subnet mask (GW Address for IP-PT) * If necessary (See page IP-PT7) 1. Configuration 1. Slot 2. System 14. IP Extension Setting IP-EXT16 Property
IP PT –4 (Programming IP-PT) Menu Please first setup ! Menu OK [ENTER] Network PBX IPL Start… Now Loading VLAN Maintenance STORE EXIT CONT ENTER Programming Instruction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Assign IP Address for IP-EXT. card Assign IP Address for IP-PT Register IP-PT At start up 2. Press “Enter” key at 1st installation or 1. Power on IP-PT 3. Select “Network” 2. Press “Set-up” soft key from 2nd time LCD status 2. At 1st installation 3. Menu select 1. Start up 2. From 2nd time Searching… Setup
IP PT –5 (Programming IP-PT) Menu DHCP Enable Disable Network PBX IP Address ? IP Address PBX 0. 0. 0. 0 VLAN 192.168. 0.100 Subnet Mask Maintenance 0. 0. 0. 0 EXIT CLER ENTER STORE EXIT CONT ENTER NEXT EXIT ENTER Programming Instruction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Assign IP Address for IP-EXT. card Assign IP Address for IP-PT Register IP-PT With DHCP Server (Automatic Assignment: IP Address for Subnet mask, IP-PT Default GW) 6. Assign IP Address for IP-EXT16 card 4. DHCP: Enable 5. Select “PBX” 7. Store LCD status 4. 5. 6.
IP PT –6 (Programming IP-PT) Menu Network DHCP Enable Disable PBX IP Address ? PBX IP Address VLAN 192.168. 0.100 192.168.0.101 Maintenance Subnet Mask EXIT CLER ENTER STORE EXIT CONT ENTER 255.255.255. 0 NEXT EXIT ENTER Programming Instruction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Assign IP Address for IP-EXT. card Assign IP Address for IP-PT Register IP-PT Without DHCP Server 4. DHCP: Disable 5. Select “IP-Address” 6. Assign IP Address for IP-PT 8. Assign IP Address for Subnet mask 7. Select “Subnet mask” * 9. Select “Default GW” *10. Assign IP Address for Default GW 12. Assign IP Address for IP-EXT16 card 11. Select “PBX” 13. Store LCD status 4. – 8. 11. 12.
IP PT –7 (Programming IP-PT) DHCP Enable Disable Default Gateway 192.168. 0. 1 PREV EXIT ENTER Programming Instruction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Assign IP Address for IP-EXT. card Assign IP Address for IP-PT Register IP-PT Without DHCP Server Head Office Branch Office Router Router Private IP Network Gateway: 18.104.22.168 Gateway:10.75.0.1 IP-EXT16 IP-PT LAN IP-PT PC
IP PT –8 (Register IP-PT to PBX) UNREGISTERED TO SERVER Registration OK[ENTER] 30 SEP. 11:09AM FRI PROG INFO RING MENU Programming Instruction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Assign IP Address for IP-EXT. card Assign IP Address for IP-PT Register IP-PT Select: ON Registration:Start LCD of IP-PT is changed to normal 1. Configuration 15. IP-Extension Port Confirm: OK
IP PT –9 Virtual LAN Necessary Information Local Office Remote Office IP-PT EXT.101 IP-PT EXT.102 IP-PT EXT.103 IP-PT EXT.104 IP-PT IP Address 192.168.0.101 192.168.0.102 10.75.0.103 10.75.0.104 Subnet Mask Address 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway Address 192.168.0.1 10.75.0.1 Card IP Address 192.168.0.100 VLAN ID 1 VLAN Name : Sales ID : 1 Port on VLAN: 1-4 Tagged VLAN: Null PHY. Port 1 2 3 4 5 6 VLAN No. 1 1 1 1 2 2 VLAN(L2 Switch) VLAN ID is necessary for IP-PT and VLAN(L2 Switch)
IP PT –10 Virtual LAN Private Menu VLAN Primary port Enable Disable IP Network Network PBX Primary port VLAN ID 1 VLAN Secondary port (TO PC) VLAN Priority Maintenance 7 EXIT ENTER STORE EXIT CONT ENTER Router L2 switch configuration VLAN Name : Sales ID : 1 Port on VLAN: 1-4 Tagged VLAN: Null PHY. Port 1 2 3 4 5 6 VLAN No. 1 1 1 1 2 2 L2 Switch Gateway:10.75.0.1 Gateway: 22.214.171.124 Branch Office Head Office VLAN ID = 1 VLAN ID = 1 IP-EXT16 LAN VLAN ID = 1 VLAN ID = 1 IP-PT IP-PT VLAN ID = 1 LCD status VLAN ID = 1
NDSS (Network Direct Station Selection) TDA0920 is required. QSIG, VoIP Benefit 302 Network Monitor Monitored PBX PBX 303 Off = Idle Push = To call to extension Red On = Busy, DND (trunk) KX-TDA0920 304 KX-TDA0920 303 304 302 Mandatory Mandatory Centralized Operator • NDSS is a DSS key referring to an extension of other PBX • It works with both of the open numbering and the closed numbering. • It’s used for monitoring extension status and making or transferring calls. • Only one TDA can be a Monitor PBX • Maximum 32 extensions in the network can be monitored. • Any extension of Monitor TDA can have NDSS.(Network Operator) • Both of Monitor PBX and Monitored PBX require KX-TDA0920 Idle Busy Network Operator
NDSS – 2 ID=1 Monitor PBX ID=2-8 Monitored PBX TDA0920 ID=0 (default) Normal PBX ID=4 is required. Monitored Ext * Refer ID=3 PRG Monitored Ext 1 QSIG, VoIP ID=2 Network ID=0 Monitored Ext ID=0 ID=0 ID=0 ID=0 ID=1 ID=0 ID=0 Network Operator Network PBX ID Each TDA100/200 V2.x has Network PBX ID. ID: none Other PBX Before V2.0, TDA30, TD500 ID: 2-8 Monitored PBX Each ID must be unique in the network. V2.x or later ID: 1 Monitor PBX Only one in the network. V2.x or later ID: 0 (default) Normal PBX It’s neither a monitor PBX nor a Monitored PBX. Some PBXs transmit status information of Monitored Ext. V2.x or later
NDSS – 3 Case : VoIP Q-SIG IPGW at slot1 402 Busy IPGW at slot3 TDA0920 IPGW at slot6 is required. Case : ISDN (PRI, BRI) Q-SIG ID=3 ON OFF * Refer * Refer * Refer Status Info. IP Routing Table ID=3 PRG PRG PRG Network Operator = 102 Monitored Ext IPGW Card Slot to send out = slot3 5 3 2 NDSS data Transfer Network Data Transfer VoIP ISDN : Enable Yes (ON) : Send ID=2 No (OFF) : Receive ID=0 ID=0 ID=0 * Q-SIG port base setting Monitored Ext IP Network ID=0 402 VoIP Q-SIG ON OFF 103 ISDN Q-SIG ISDN Q-SIG 102 ID=1 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON 302 Network Operators ISDN Q-SIG ISDN Q-SIG ISDN Q-SIG 101 Idle Busy Idle Busy Status Information Routing Transmitting route for Status Information data must be constructed. 402 Busy 402 Busy 302 Busy 302 Busy
NDSS – 4 102 No. Ext. Name for reference Network PBX ID 302 2 001 002 402 3 TDA0920 003 is required. ID=1 402 032 * Refer ID=3 PRG 101 Monitored Ext 302 Network Operators 4 QSIG, VoIP ID=2 Network Monitored Ext Network Ext. No. # * 7 8 4 or C.Tone NDSS NDSS Network Monitor Extensions Table Monitor Extensions Table Max. 32 Ext. * Only for a monitor PBX Starting monitoring & Stopping monitoring All NDSS start monitoring. * Any extension can do. To start monitoring To stop monitoring * Only a manager extension can do.
NDSS – 5 TDA0920 is required. Conditions • TDA0920 must be in both of monitor PBX and monitored PBX. • The firmware (not LPR) of IP-GW4E(TDA0484) must be Version1.2 or later. • Network PBX ID:1-8 must be unique in the network. • It’s possible to stop monitoring at monitored PBX by PC Maintenance Console. • NDSS does not work on PC-Phone / PC-Console. • You can not back up all of NDSS configuration into DSYS. ( * You need to check and re-configure some part of NDSS after initialize reset, even you have DSYS as backup. ) Updating Firmware of IP-GW4E (1) Connect a browser to IP-GW4E. ( Updating is done through a browser. It’s not from PC Maintenance Console.) (2) Login to IP-GW4E with the name: Installer, PW: Installer. (3) Change the status of the card from “RUN” to “STOP”. (4) Now, you can upload a firmware and update the card with the procedure in the manual (3.3 Data Management).
NDSS – 6 TDA0920 is required. PRG PRG PRG PRG 1 2 3 4 ProgrammingInstruction - 1 Network PBX ID Assignment NDSS data transfer VoIP ISDN Only when ID = 2 - 8 ISDN VoIP Only when ID = 1 * The PBX(ID=0) can’t perform this direction. How many time NDSS data can be transferred Frequency of NDSS data from IPGW or PRI card Status Info. Routing Table Any extension number which is reachable from this monitor PBX A slot number of IPGW card which the data is sent from Network Monitor Extensions Table Up to 32
NDSS – 7 TDA0920 is required. PRG 5 Network Data Transfer Yes (ON) : Send No (OFF) : Receive ProgrammingInstruction - 2 Data transmitting direction over Q-SIG Case : ISDN (PRI, BRI) Q-SIG ON OFF * Q-SIG port base setting
Caller ID to SLT - 1 For Calling back (Programmable) Max. 16 digits (0, 9) + 12345678 Caller ID : 12345678 PSTN Benefit EXT-CID 302 SLC8 302 Recognizing caller, easy calling back Caller ID from SLC port to Normal Telephone, Cordless Telephone, FAX machine,etc. FSK (ETSI and Bellcore) signaling only 16 digits maximum Adding Trunk Access Number for calling back Purpose (Programmable) TDA0173 (SLC8) and TDA0168 (EXT-CID) are required. FSK, DTMF, others Only FSK (0,9) 12345678 302
Caller ID to SLT - 2 SLT stops ringing and rings again CID:12345678 302 Receiving a call TR Answer and transfer 302 On Hook 12345678 12345678 Action in Unscreened transfer operation Condition - CID is between 1st bell and 2nd bell - Incoming Call Log Information is not shown on the SLT. - TDA0168(EXT-CID) must be installed on TDA0173(SLC8). - LPR software of TDA0173 (SLC8) must be 2.002 or later. - One EXT-CID supports 8 ports. (All ports of SLC8 which has EXT-CID on it can send out CID.) - EXT-CID can be installed onto all off SLC8s in a TDA system.
Caller ID to SLT – 3 Programming items - 1 Adjusting interval: 0-15 Enable sending CID to Ext.: Enable/Disable Adding Trunk Access Number: Enable/Disable
Caller ID to SLT - 4 Programming items - 2 CID Modification table - modified CID will be sent to SLT port SLC8 Property Check if EXT-CID is installed
Caller ID to SLT – 5 high priority low Priority of items displayed when TDA is receiving FSK CID FSK CID may bring information such as private, out of area or long distance. If TDA received Result “private” or “out of area” “private” or “out of area” is displayed. “long distance” “long distance” is displayed. Another items Caller ID and Name is displayed.
External Sensor - 1 If a device connected to the external sensor becomes active, there are 3 outcomes: (1)Sensor call will be generated to the pre-programmed extension (2)Generates SMDR Printout (3)Generates 3rd Party CTI command The sensor calldestination can be a PT, SLT,PS, or ISDN extension but not an ICD-Group. - If a sensor call arrives at an extension Display : pre-assigned name of sensor port [5.5] Ring : Distinctive ringer pattern can be assigned (triple, or special double ring, so on) [2.8.3] - Special Tone(Dial Tone 3) will be sent to answering extension. - If nobody answer sensor call, sensor call stops with pre-programmed time [2.4.3].
External Sensor - 2 Timings The External Sensor has some timing parameters that can be set using the maintenance console [1.] and clicking on the OPB3 card. Input Signal Decision Time = This is the time delay before Extension begins to Ring. Input Signal Detection Reopening Time = This is the time it takes the sensor to reset hence the time it will take to respond to the next input.
External Sensor - 3 Connection Diagram Power to the external sensor is provided from the EI04 card and must be grounded through the EI04 card as indicated in the diagram below. A pair of “sensor” and “common” lines are connected to the EI04 card for each external sensor. The TDA detects inputs from the sensor when the signal is under 100 Ohms.
External Relay Extensions can activate external relay for controlling external devices(On/Off) by feature code. There is a COS that has to be programmed to enable this feature. It is possible to activate the relayfor pre-programmed time [5.4]. The relay is the relay normally open. And has a maximum switching voltage of : 24VDC(1A) 30VAC(1A)
Function – Hotel Function - Hotel
Hotel - 1 KX-TVA200 or TVM200 - Wake up Call Set with Voice Guidance (KX-TVA/TVM) - Voice Message Delete at Check Out, Automatically(KX-TVA/TVM) 6 Line LCD PT for Hotel Operator - Check in / Check out Control - Telephone Charge Print Out when Check out “Wake up call is set at 07:30.” KX-TDA200 or TDA100 • Remote Wake up Call Set - SMDR for External Hotel Application • Programmable SMDR for External Hotel Application KX-T7636
Hotel - 2 Operation Assignment Check in Hotel Operator EXT. Check in button Check in + Room No. (EXT. No.) Remote Wake up Call set Dial *76*1 + Room No. + Time Check out Automatic voice message delete *Check out button Automatic telephone charge print out *Header / Footer Check out + Room No. (EXT. No.) + Print / YES *Check in / Check out *Charge: Margin/Tax *Telephone / Minibar / Others *Telephone margin *TAX rate: telephone /minibar/others *Timed reminder Start / Answer / No response *Select print item *Programmed message
Hotel - 3 (Check In) Check-out: On hook status Check-out button Enter Dial EXT.No. or DSS Enter - Check in / Check out Control 6 Line LCD PT for Hotel Operator Check-in: On hook status Check-in button Enter Dial EXT.No. or DSS Enter
Hotel - 4 (Wake up Call / Check Out) - Telephone Charge Print Out when Check out Check-out: On hook status Check-out button Enter Dial EXT.No. or DSS Enter Enter “Minibar” and “Others” PRINT NEXT YES (Soft Key) LCD status Room:103 Room:103 Telephone: 00000.00 Enter Room Number Confirm check out ? Minibar : 00000.00 Others : 00000.00 EXIT ENTER NO YES EXIT NEXT PRINT • Remote Wake up Call Set 1: Set Off hook status Dial * 7 6 * or EXT. No. or DSS 0: Cancel 0: Once Hour: Minute (+ 0: AM 1:PM by 12H) or 1: Dairy