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Using a standard analog set with doorphone card - KX-TDE

Using a standard analog set with doorphone card - KX-TDE

(OP)
Well the title says it all, does anyone know if this is possible?  And if so, is the remote door opener still an option?
Thanks!

RE: Using a standard analog set with doorphone card - KX-TDE

Yes you can use a standard telephone and you use the flash/ r button before dialing 5 to open door while talking the door phone

RE: Using a standard analog set with doorphone card - KX-TDE

(OP)
Sorry, my original post needs clarification. I meant can you use a standard analog set in place of a door phone unit in a lobby location for example?

RE: Using a standard analog set with doorphone card - KX-TDE

Ok , yes you could hot line a extension to call group or they can call a extension off a list then they hangup on call lift handset again and dial *550x. X = doorphone port 1-4 to pull relay and open door
 

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