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Advanced Hybrid SystemUser ManualModel No.Please read this manual before using the Advanced Hybrid System.KX-TA624

Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic Telephone System.System ComponentsModel No.DescriptionService UnitKX-TA624Advanced Hybrid System (Main 7055EMSS Proprietary TelephoneEMSS Proprietary Telephone with DisplayEMSS Proprietary Telephone with DisplayEMSS Proprietary TelephoneEMSS Proprietary TelephoneOptionalEquipmentKX-T7040DSS ConsoleUser-suppliedEquipmentSingle Line TelephonesFor your future referenceSERIAL NO.(found on the side of the unit)DATE OF PURCHASENAME OF DEALERDEALER’S ADDRESSDEALER’S TEL NO.2

CautionsWhen using the KX-T7000 series, please note the following: If a problem occurs, unplug the extension line and connect to a known working phone. If theknown working phone operates properly, have the defective phone repaired by a specifiedPanasonic Factory Servicenter. If the known working phone does not operate properly, checkthe Advanced Hybrid System and the internal extension wiring. Keep the unit away from heating appliances and electrical noise generating devices such asfluorescent lamps and motors. The unit should be kept free of dust, moisture and vibration, and should not be exposed todirect sunlight. Do not use benzine, thinner, or any abrasive powder to clean the cabinet. Wipe it with a softcloth. Do not use any handset other than a Panasonic handset.When you ship the productCarefully 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 sendthe product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices. They are NOT equipped to make repairs.Product servicePanasonic Servicenters for this product are listed in the servicenter directory. Consult with yourauthorized Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.WARNING:TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TORAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.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.Part ionDimensionsHandset cord213.36 cm {7 feet}457.2 cm {15 feet}762 cm {25 feet}W: WhiteB : Black3

IntroductionWho Should Use This ManualThis manual is designed for users of an Advanced Hybrid System, model numberKX-TA624. It is to be used after the system is installed and System Programming iscompleted. The focus is Proprietary Telephones (PTs); KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130/KX-T7050/KX-T7055, 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-TA624 system and the required System Programming areprovided separately in the Installation Manual.How to Use This ManualThis manual consists of the following sections.(Section 1) PT OverviewProvides configuration information on PTs. It also provides an illustration of eachtelephone, identifies their feature buttons, supplies background information on thesefeature 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 FeaturesProvides background information on the PT and SLT features and lists the steps requiredto activate each feature.(Section 4) DSS Console Features (KX-T7040)Provides background information on the DSS Console features and lists the stepsrequired to activate each feature.(Section 5) AppendixProvides PT Display Examples, a Feature Number List, Tone List, and other information.4

IntroductionFeatures and CapabilitiesKX-TA624 is a sophisticated and powerful system which fulfills your expectations of anoffice communications system. Some of the special features are listed below. Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) informs you when the selected outside (CO) line orthe called party becomes idle. Call Log, Incoming (— Option) allows you to confirm the incoming outside callinformation on the display. You can also call back the caller by selecting one of thelogged numbers. This feature is available only for the KX-T7030 and KX-T7130. Conference, Unattended allows you to leave a conference and let the other two partiescontinue a conversation when you are in a conference with two outside parties. You canalso 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 overridingby other extensions, such as Executive Busy Override. Direct Inward System Access (DISA) allows external callers to call extensions in thesystem. If an optional card is installed, an outgoing message will greet the caller and giveinformation about how to access an extension. Doorphone and Door Opener (— Option) enables a conversation between you and avisitor 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 anextension/outside (CO) line. Message Waiting allows you to leave a message notice for another extension. The messagewaiting lamp (MESSAGE indicator) gives visual indication that a message has beenreceived. Paralleled Telephone Connection allows you to connect your PT in parallel with a singleline telephone. Each telephone can have the same extension number so that you can useeither telephone. Voice Mail Integration (— Option) enables forwarding any incoming call to Voice Mail.Recording or playing back the message(s) is also available. To use Voice Mail services,installing a Voice Processing System (VPS) is required.5

IntroductionTerms Used in the DescriptionsFeature NumbersA feature number is an access code for various features when programming or executingfeatures using proprietary or single line telephones connected to the system. You canaccess available features by dialing the corresponding feature number (and additionalparameter, if required).The lists of feature numbers are shown in the Appendix (Section 5).If you use a rotary telephone;It is not possible to access features that have “ ” or “#” in their feature numbers.TonesVarious tone types, such as a Confirmation tone, Dial tone, Call Waiting tone, etc. areexplained in the Appendix (Section 5).DisplayThe PT display examples are given in each operation step, if required. The displayinformation list is in the Appendix for your reference.Programming ReferencesThe related and required programming titles are noted for your reference.System Programming should be done by the extension which is connected to jacknumber 01. A KX-T7030 and KX-T7130 can be used for this programming. StationProgramming is individual programming at your own proprietary telephone (PT). Youcan customize the extension to your needs using any type of proprietary telephone.Feature ReferencesThe related feature titles are noted for your reference.6

Table of ContentsSection 1PT Overview . 1-11.1 Configuration . 1-2Location of Controls . 1-3Feature Buttons . 1-8Fixed Buttons . 1-8Flexible Buttons . 1-10Line Access Buttons . 1-11Group-CO (G-CO) Button . 1-11Other-CO (O-CO) Button . 1-12Single-CO (S-CO) Button . 1-12Initial Settings . 1-13Display Contrast Adjustment (KX-T7030 and KX-T7130 only) . 1-13When using the headset (KX-T7030 and KX-T7130 only) . 1-13Volume Control — Handset Receiver/Headset/Ringer/Speaker . 1-14LED Indication . 1-15Section 2Station Programming (Personal Programming) . 2-12.1 Station Programming Instructions . 2-22.2 Station Programming (Personal Programming) . 2-6Call Waiting Tone Type Assignment . 2-6Flexible Button Assignment . 2-7Caller ID Indication Button . 2-7Caller ID Selection Button . 2-8Conference (CONF) Button . 2-8Direct Station Selection (DSS) Button . 2-9FWD/DND Button . 2-10Group-CO (G-CO) Button . 2-10Live Call Screening (LCS) Button . 2-11Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel Button . 2-12Log-In/Log-Out Button . 2-13One-Touch Dialing Button . 2-14Other-CO (O-CO) Button . 2-15Return to Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button . 2-15SAVE Button . 2-16Single-CO (S-CO) Button . 2-17Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Button . 2-187

Table of ContentsIntercom Alert Assignment . 2-19Live Call Screening Mode Set . 2-20Outside (CO) Line Ringing Selection . 2-21Preferred Line Assignment — Incoming . 2-22No Line Preference — Incoming . 2-22Ringing Line Preference — Incoming . 2-23Prime Line Preference — Incoming . 2-23Preferred Line Assignment — Outgoing . 2-24No Line Preference — Outgoing . 2-24Idle Line Preference — Outgoing . 2-25Prime Line Preference — Outgoing . 2-25Self-Extension Number Confirmation (KX-T7030 and KX-T7130 only) . 2-26Station Programming Data Default Set . 2-27Section 3Telephone Features . 3-13.1 Basic Operations . 3-2Making Calls . 3-2Intercom Calling . 3-2Outward Dialing . 3-2Receiving Calls . 3-33.2 Telephone Features . 3-4AAbsent Message Capability . 3-4Account Code Entry . 3-7Answering, Direct Outside (CO) Line . 3-9Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) . 3-10BBackground Music (BGM) . 3-12Busy Station Signaling (BSS) . 3-13CCall Forwarding — SUMMARY . 3-14Call Forwarding — All Calls . 3-15Call Forwarding — Busy/No Answer . 3-16Call Forwarding — to an Outside (CO) Line . 3-17Call Forwarding — Follow Me . 3-18Call Forwarding — CANCEL . 3-198

Table of ContentsCall Hold . 3-20Call Hold, Exclusive . 3-22Call Hold Retrieve . 3-23Call Information/Log, Incoming . 3-24Call Log, Incoming . 3-26Call Log Lock, Incoming . 3-29Call Park . 3-30Call Pickup, Directed . 3-32Call Pickup, Group . 3-33Call Pickup Deny . 3-34Call Retrieving from a TAM (Telephone Answering Machine) . 3-35Call Splitting . 3-36Call Transfer — to Extension . 3-37Call Transfer — to an Outside (CO) Line . 3-40Call Waiting . 3-41Call Waiting from a Central Office . 3-44Conference . 3-45Conference, Unattended . 3-48DData Line Security . 3-49Direct Inward System Access (DISA) . 3-50Do Not Disturb (DND) . 3-54Do Not Disturb (DND) Override . 3-55Door Opener . 3-56Doorphone Call . 3-58EElectronic Station Lockout . 3-60Emergency Call . 3-62Executive Busy Override — Extension . 3-63Executive Busy Override — Outside (CO) Line . 3-64Executive Busy Override Deny . 3-65External Feature Access . 3-66FFlash . 3-67HHands-free Answerback (— for KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130 only) . 3-68Hands-free Operation (— for KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130 only) . 3-699

Table of ContentsIIntercom Calling . 3-70LLive Call Screening (LCS) . 3-71Lockout . 3-77Log-In/Log-Out . 3-77MMessage Waiting . 3-79Microphone Mute (— for KX-T7020/KX-T7030/KX-T7130 only) . 3-82Mixed Station Dialing . 3-82OOne-Touch Dialing . 3-83Operator Call . 3-84Outward Dialing, Line Access — SUMMARY . 3-85Line Access, Automatic . 3-86Line Access, Individual . 3-87Line Access, Outside (CO) Line Group . 3-87PPaging — SUMMARY . 3-88Paging — All . 3-89Paging — External . 3-89Paging — Group . 3-90Paging — ANSWER . 3-91Paging and Transfer . 3-92Paging — DENY . 3-95Paralleled Telephone Connection . 3-96Personal Speed Dialing . 3-97Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) (— Single Line Telephone only) . 3-99Power Failure Transfer . 3-100Pulse to Tone Conversion . 3-101RRedial, Last Number . 3-102Redial, Saved Number . 3-103Room Monitor . 3-10410

Table of ContentsSSecret Dialing . 3-106Station Feature Clear . 3-107Switching to Tone Alert . 3-108System Speed Dialing . 3-109TTime (Day/Night/Lunch) Service . 3-110Timed Reminder . 3-111Toll Restriction Override . 3-113Toll Restriction Override by Account Codes . 3-113Toll Restriction for System Speed Dialing . 3-114Toll Restriction — Station Lock Boundary Class . 3-114VVoice Mail Integration for KX-TVS50/KX-TVS75/KX-TVS100 . 3-115Voice Mail Transfer . 3-117WWalking COS . 3-1183.3 Operator/Manager Service Features . 3-119Date and Time Setting . 3-120Electronic Station Lockout — CANCEL ALL . 3-121Live Call Screening Password Control . 3-122Outgoing Message (OGM) . 3-123Remote Station Lock Control . 3-125Time (Day/Night/Lunch) Service Setting . 3-127Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call) . 3-129Extension Password Set (Manager only) . 3-13111

Table of ContentsSection 4DSS Console Features (KX-T7040) . 4-14.1 Configuration . 4-2Location of Controls . 4-34.2 DSS Console Features . 4-4Station Programming . 4-4Extension Number Assignment . 4-5One-Touch Dialing Assignment . 4-5One-Touch Access Assignment for System Features . 4-6Live Call Screening (LCS) Button Assignment . 4-6Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel Button Assignment . 4-7Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Button Assignment . 4-7Day Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only) . 4-8Night Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only) . 4-8Lunch Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only) . 4-9Station Lock Button Assignment (Operator and Manager only) . 4-9Station Programming Cancel . 4-10Direct Station Dialing . 4-11One-Touch Dialing . 4-11One-Touch Access for System Features . 4-11Call Transfer . 4-12Section 5Appendix . 5-1Display Examples . 5-2Feature Number List . 5-8Tone List . 5-11Troubleshooting . 5-1312

Section 1PT OverviewContents1.1Configuration . 1-2Location of Controls . 1-3Feature Buttons . 1-8Initial Settings . 1-13LED Indication . 1-15 Note All illustrations used in the initial settings are based on the KX-T7130 model.

1.1ConfigurationPanasonic Proprietary Telephones (PTs) are available to utilize various features of theKX-TA624 System, in addition to supporting basic telephone services (making andreceiving calls).There are five PT e16 char./line16 char./lineNoneNoneSpeakerphoneYesYesYesMonitor onlyMonitor onlyCO Buttons121212123ProgrammableFeature Buttons441243DisplayFixed FeatureButtons1-2PT OverviewRefer to the “Fixed Buttons” (1.1 Configuration) section.

1.1ConfigurationLocation of Controls KX-T7020(Back View) — See the diagram below.Programmable Feature ButtonsMESSAGE ButtonFWD/DND ButtonCONF ButtonINTERCOM ButtonFlexible CO ButtonsTRANSFER ButtonPAUSE ButtonAUTO DIAL/STORE ButtonREDIAL ButtonFLASH ButtonHOLD ButtonAUTO ANSWER/MUTE ButtonSP-PHONE Button Side View VOLUMEMAXMINRINGERHIGHHANDSETVOLUMETO HANDSETOffLOWNORMALHIGHConnects to a handset.HANDSET VOLUME Selector— Adjusts the volume level of the handset.RINGER VOLUME Selector — Adjusts the volume level of the ringer.VOLUME Control — Adjusts the volume level of the speaker volume. Back View TO EMSSMEMORYSET PROGRAMConnects to the KX-TA624 System.MEMORY Switch — Set to “SET”. For station programming, set to “PROGRAM”.PT Overview1-3

1.1Configuration KX-T7030(Back View) — See the diagram below.Programmable Feature ButtonsMESSAGE ButtonFWD/DND ButtonCONF ButtonINTERCOM ButtonLCD(Liquid Crystal Display)Flexible CO ButtonsTRANSFER ButtonPAUSE ButtonAUTO DIAL/STORE ButtonREDIAL ButtonFLASH ButtonHOLD ButtonAUTO ANSWER/MUTE ButtonSP-PHONE Button Side View ETOffLOWNORMALHIGHConnects to a handset or headset.HANDSET VOLUME Selector— Adjusts the volume level of the handset.RINGER VOLUME Selector — Adjusts the volume level of the ringer.VOLUME Control — Adjusts the volume level of the speaker volume. Back View TO EMSSCONTRASTMEMORYHIGH LOW HANDSET HEADSET SET PROGRAMMIDConnects to the KX-TA624 System.MEMORY Switch— Set to “SET”. For station programming, set to “PROGRAM”.HANDSET/HEADSET Selector— Set to “HANDSET”. To connect the headset, set to “HEADSET”.CONTRAST Selector — Adjusts the contrast of the Liquid Crystal Display.1-4PT Overview

1.1Configuration KX-T7130MESSAGE Button(Back View) — See the diagram below.Programmable Feature ButtonsSAVE ButtonFWD/DND ButtonCONF ButtonINTERCOM ButtonLCD(Liquid Crystal Display)Flexible CO ButtonsTRANSFER ButtonPAUSE ButtonREDIAL ButtonFLASH ButtonHOLD ButtonAUTO DIAL/STORE ButtonAUTO ANSWER/MUTE ButtonSP-PHONE Button Side View ETOffLOWNORMALHIGHConnects to a handset or

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