Panasonic KX-TDA100 DBP PBX PABX Telephone System
Panasonic KX-TDA100 DBP Telephone System from Almiriatechstores Combines the benefits of traditional telecommunications with the advantages of contemporary IP technology, Panasonic’s KX-TDA100D Hybrid IP-PBX System offers a wide range of capabilities to optimise your company’s communications. Solutions such as Wireless Mobility give you the freedom to respond to important calls when you are away from your desk or moving around the office, while advanced call centre functions make it easy to distribute calls, manage agents handling calls, and control internal use of the phone system, improving communication efficiency and allowing you to serve customers more effectively.
The Panasonic Panasonic KX-TDA100 DBP Telephone System is the perfect example of the best way to ensure great business communication. Bringing together tele-communication and modern IP technology, this gives rise to a programmable device which can be tailored to suit your specific business needs.
Design and Construction
Featuring a modular chassis and interface the Panasonic KX TDA100D PBX IP-PABX Telephone System is black, looks chic and blends in with your office décor. This business phone system with extensions has dimensions of 390 x 334 x 270mm and has a single trunk. It has 64 FCCS IP nodes and the same number of CCIS IP nodes. You can enjoy the following options- Redial, Call Transfer, Do Not Disturb. It has an SIP Trunk point to point and to multipoint and can be mounted on a desktop.
The Panasonic KX TDA100D PBX can be used for a variety of functions. It can be used for direct calling, call forwarding, call distributor and related functions. This PBX system will help ease the work of the receptionist or manager and helps create a convenient connectivity network amongst all the employees.
This system comes with noise cancellation, can be programmed to ring simultaneously on a cell phone number the desk phone and comes with durable, scratch and splash proof handsets! Besides this, it has turned the CPU redundant as it manages situations of power failure as a stand alone device.
It is a true example of invention because when your IP enabled system appears to be corrupted, it can still assists in a smooth, planned migration to VoIP which allows voice and data communication to be harmonious.
Panasonic KX-TDA100 DBP PBX PABX Telephone System is Normally used with Different Extensions. It can be used with Panasonic KX-DT543 Phone and Panasonic KX-DT546 Phone as a reception console. You can also use basic one is Panasonic Kx-ts500 selling at Ksh 1800 exclusive VAT. For the Reception/Operator Panasonic KX-T7730 is normally used and is going for Ksh 6500 Exclusive VAT. If you require a basic phone with display we normally advise for Panasonic KX-t7703 which has a display and normally selling at Ksh 2400 retail price. An improvement of Kx-t7703 is Panasonic KX-t7705 which has a speaker phone and going for ksh 3500 exclusive VAT. For the executive Analogue phones we Normally advise for Pansonic KX-TS820 or Panasonic KX-TS880 which normally goes for Ksh 4,000 and Ksh 5500 Exclusive VAT Respetively. It can also use Panasonic KX-T7665 Phone selling at Ksh 7500 excluisve
KX-TDA1176 Port 16 Extensions).
KX-TDA old / TDE analog extension cards can not be used.
KX-TDA0171 / 0172 mm LPR cards at least v07.04 or higher version must be updated.
Panasonic KX TDA100D PBX Specs
|Do Not Disturb:||Yes|
|Features:||QSIG Access to CO line, QSIG Connection, Tandem Connection, Transfer to Network PBX, Trunk Answer from Any Station, VirtuaPrivate Network, Walking Class Of Service, Walking Extensions|
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