|Panasonic KX-TD500 Telephone System
|Panasonic KX-TD500 Digital Super Hybrid Phone System
Panasonic is leading the way in today's diverse marketplace by implementing the latest advanced in digital technology into the expanding business environment. The Panasonic KX-TD500 Digital Super Hybrid System is your cost-effective connection to enhanced business communications. Developed with the growing business in mind, the KX-TD500 features an efficient, modular design which allows for easy and inexpensive upgrades.
Our Digital Super Hybrid System supports all Panasonic 7000, 7200, and 7400 series telephones, as well as single-line phones. The fully digital KX-TD500 has many time-saving features and is the perfect match for easy integration with a Panasonic Voice Processing System. With this affordable breakthrough in call management, growing business can now easily expand at their own rate.
The modular design of the Panasonic KX-TD500 allows you to expand from 8 phones and 8 lines to as many as 448 extensions and 192 CO lines by adding expansion cards (512 ports max). The system can be installed in a one, two, or three shelf configuration, providing economical expansion from 192 ports (1 cabinet), to 384 ports (2 cabinets), to 512 ports (3 cabinets).
There's a dial tone waiting for each phone that is connected to the system-even during the busiest times of the day.
Universal Ports and Card Slots
The ingenious design of the KX-TD500 allows you to maximize the use of each cabinet. Universal slots accommodate any type of card (CO, Station, T1, etc.). So you can expand your system at your own rate while keeping upgrading costs to a minimum. And all of the Panasonic KX-T7000, 7200, and 7400 series telephones will work with the KX-TD500 system, eliminating the need to change the cabling.
The system's T1 service, which allows a pair of wires to be electronically divided into 24 channels, eliminates the need of running separate lines and provides an extremely cost-effective way to connect the system to the telephone company central office.
Direct Inward Dial (DID)
The Panasonic KX-TD500 can be connected to Direct Inward Dial (DID) CO lines provided by the telephone company. With Direct In Dial (DID) service, calls can be set up to bypass the attendant and directly ring through at the desired extension. And when the user is on another call, the Whisper Off Hook Call Announce (WOHCA) feature can be used by the person answering the user's calls to privately announce an incoming call through the handset, rather than a public announcement via the telephone speaker.
You can connect several KX-TD500 systems to make a PBX network that functions as a single Call Management System through T1 lines. PBX networking offers you various useful functions - especially in the business scene.
The Panasonic Super Hybrid System can be programmed to prohibit unauthorized outgoing long distance calls by preventing certain extensions from accessing specific area codes/exchange codes.
Automatic Route Selection
Helps reduce long distance costs by automatically routing outgoing calls to the most cost-efficient long distance carrier within the user's network based on the time of the day, day of the week, and call destination tables.
Station Message Detail Recording
This provides you with a printed record of outgoing and/or incoming calls from every extension to help you control telephone expenses and help reduce telephone abuse.
Enhanced Caller ID
The system can display the caller phone number and name (if provided by the local phone company) simultaneously on Panasonic digital display phones. Up to 30 answered calls can be logged by the user at each extension, with unanswered calls logged automatically. Logged calls can be called back by going off-hook while viewing the INFO screen and pushing the redial key.
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Evenly distributes incoming calls to operators or agents logged into the group, such as required by a travel office, customer support center, etc. Four different outgoing messages can be recorded and played in a cycle, and a separate extension can be assigned for overflow calls.
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
With the optional KX-T96191 DISA card, the Panasonic KX-TD500 system allows an outside caller to access specific system features without operator assistance, as if the caller had an extension in the system. The outside caller can have direct access to the following features: single digit access to extensions, outside party calling, intercom calling to an extension, modem (for remote system administration), external pager (for TAFAS), phantom extension and extension group. Additionally, callers can be required to dial a security code to access extensions of the system's outside lines.
Incoming intercom and transferred calls to your extension can easily be forwarded to you outside the office. You can now forward your calls to your cell phone, another location, or even to your home. Calls can reach you anywhere in the world, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Another great feature is "follow-me" programming, which allows you to remotely set Call Forwarding from another phone within your organization, so call to your extension will reach you while you roam.
Any outside call or internal transfer can be sent to a Phantom Extension, which will ring every phone with that extension button. This is an excellent way for sales staff, technical support staff and other groups to identify calls intended for their response. Up to 448 phantom extensions can be assigned.
After a call is answered, it can be transferred to the appropriate group or department where all the phones will ring. Up to eight ring groups can be created with an unlimited number of extensions in each group. Users can temporarily log themselves in and out of the group.
Account codes can help manage your telephone expenses by identifying incoming and outgoing external call for accounting and billing purposes. The account code is applied to the Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR).
Plus many more features...
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