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gUYS THE PANASONIC DECTS ARE MUCH CONFUSING , kxtda 0158 and ka 272 do they work together, i need extra coverage for two floors. how does it assign extension numbers if its connected to a digital port extension. whats the major difference in using dect card and cell station instead.

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ka 272 is that the proper model number? PS's are assigned and registered in extension settings in maint console or through
the programing phone ! there are 2 ways to drive a cell station   either with a cell station card or a digital port.


OK a KXA 272 is a booster unit for euro dect not sure if it is compatible with tda range but doubtful!


oh yeah you are the guy who wont read the manuals that explains a lot!


the answer to your question is yes and no.

1. the 0158 is a 8 chanell cell station and requires 4 digital ports to give it the 8 chanels the 272 is a 2 chanel booster.
they can be used together but only 2 handsets can be active through the booster at any one time

the 0158 is compatable with version 4 KXTDA and above.
you can dasiy chain repeters if required

Peter (www.vpi.ie)

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