Question about Panasonic KX-TA1232/KX-TA624 phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: On a kx-ta1232 key system
The loop limit of a single line station is 3700 feet on 24 gauge cable. That would be point to point with no bridges. Viking Electronics makes a loop extender that would increase the loop limit to thousands of feet, or you might try search engines for a Proctor 46222 or 224 loop extender.
It's unlikely that the telco will treat your pairs as the loop is probably within specs.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
O.K. Just for you http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/TA-1232/
I have only 2 of them in my customer base, one at a motel and one did a Lazarus at a job trailer in Toledo. I don't know what the addendum is for, but that's for you to figure out :-)
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
I think I've stepped into the Twilight Zone. Asked and answered a few days ago, but here's the long answer.
If you don't have a complete set of manuals, go here http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/TA-1232/
At the very least, you need the FEATURES manual and the PROGRAMMING manual. Since you're the only one with programming access to the 1232, you'll have to find out HOW the system was programmed. There are several ways to restrict extensions. The easiest is COS. The FEATURES manual, page 194 describes setting up Toll Restriction. The companion to that is 500-514 which describe how the phones will perform when different COS's are assigned. Program option 601 defines a station class. COS 7&8 are the most restrictive, meaning you can't dial out, and 1 is the most permissive.
Besides COS, a phone has to have lines assigned to it in order to make calls. That could be as simple as mapping the CO's to buttons, or as complex as physically assigning the lines in programming. Button programming starts with a display phone on the extension and using PROGRAM 99 and pressing the buttons to see if they are assigned. 0xx STORE saves CO's to buttons. If they are assigned, they may also be restricted. Those are the 605&606 areas I mentioned in the previous post.
That pretty much covers outgoing calls. Your toll restriction tables reside in 301-305 for restrictions and 306-310 for allow numbers in COS 2-6. Toll tables and ARS plans can take minutes or hours to design, it just depends on the complexity of the situation.
Incoming calls are probably just the ringing assignments in 603&604. Changing each extension from NoRing to Immediate will solve the incoming ring problem.
I think the TA-1232 was sold as a non-restricted DIY system :-)
It's a dumbed-down TD-1232 system. Believe it or not, there's even a DOS based programming tool that you can get. If you get desperate, you might want to contact me at email@example.com for arrangements. You need a system with a serial port and a DB-25 male to whatever your serial port needs cable to program it.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Just hope the owner didn't forget the password to the sytsem manager's box (999). From that box, you can reset any user password. If you lose the passwords to MB 998 and/or 999, your installer/tech will have to give them to you again.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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