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D1232 with conference phone

D1232 with conference phone

D1232 with conference phone

Hi, i have a D1232 pbx and was would like to know if the panasonic KX-TS730 conference phone is compatible with it, or if i would need to buy an adaptor to get it to work?

RE: D1232 with conference phone

is it like a single line phone?
if yes than yes

RE: D1232 with conference phone

Hi, The conference phone uses 2 wires, i have tried connecting it to pins 3 & 4 on one the jacks in the pbx which i assume to be the analogue connections, but i am not getting a dial tone. (This jack previously had a digital phone attached to it.) Do i need to reprogam the pbx to allow an analogue connection through this jack?

RE: D1232 with conference phone

Since you spell "analog" funny, are you using a TD1232 American switch or a 1232E switch?

You have at least 15 other ports to try the conference phone.  I'd try another jack and see if the phone works.
If none of them work, it's probably operator error.  If only one jack doesn't work, it's probably programming.


RE: D1232 with conference phone

3& 4 no its pins 4 & 5 green and red

RE: D1232 with conference phone

act like SLT Port

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