An analogue telephone system that offers easy-to-use communication power

Panasonic analogue telephone system has taken telephone systems for small to mid-sized companies a giant leap forward, offering features seldom available in this category. Its easy upgradability reduces the cost of expansion, Caller ID increases your efficiency,and voice-processing integration improves productivity.


3-level Automatic Reception with Voice Guidance

  • More efficient handling of incoming calls.
  • Callers can call after-hours and still access desired extensions.
  • Shares the operator load.

3-level Automated Attendant (AA) service allows a caller to dial a single-digit number following the guidance of 3-level DISA* outgoing messages, and be directed to the appropriate section without having to go through an operator.*DISA (Direct Inward System Access)

Caller ID Display*1 on SLT and APT

·Caller Recognition.

  • Better Call Management.


The system is compatible with Caller ID, which allows a user to see the caller’s information on Single Line Telephones(SLTs)* 2 and Analogue Proprietary Telephones (APTs). An assigned name in program "System Speed Dialling Name Setting" will be displayed when the caller’s telephone number matches one of System Speed Dialling numbers assigned in program "System Speed Dialling Entry". Proprietary display telephones can be used to access the Caller ID log for the 20 most recent calls (Call Log). And the system has 300 common logs. The logged incoming calls can be called back easily.*1 An optional card is required.Please contact your dealer or phone company to confirm if the Caller ID service is available in your area.*2 SLT that supports Caller ID is required.

Built-in Voice Message (BV)*

Customise your mailbox by recording your own greeting messages that are played when you can’t answer your phone. Your callers can record their messages directly into your personal mailbox, allowing you to receive private information without relying on hand-written notes and memos. Call Centres and Workgroups can use the common message area for recording caller messages that can be played backlater by an operator (manager).

*An optional voice message card is required.