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System Limits of Panasonic D816

System Limits of Panasonic D816

System Limits of Panasonic D816

I have a Panasonic D816 Digital Super Hybrid System and I am trying to determine the maximum configuration.  Currently the upper right side has all station and CO connections in use.  To the upper left and middle left it appears as if another card(s) can be added to the system. (open pins) The designation on the plastic is 8 extn/4CO.  

Is it a forklift upgrade to grow to 12 copper lines and 13 stations.  There is one digital set KX-T7230 and 3 analog sets KX-T7050.  I have a TI PRI being installed in a new location.  Can you interface this system to a T1/PRI Circuit.  Is it likely I will have the have carrier supply a csu/dsu and terminate the circuit to a RJ-21?

Thanks for your help.


RE: System Limits of Panasonic D816

The 816 comes with 4 CO and 8 stations out of the box!  It can be upgraded to 8 CO and 16 station max.  That's one expansion card with 4 CO and one expansion card with 8 stations.  You would have to change to the KX-TD1232 cabinet to expand any farther.  There is a T1/PRI interface but I'm not familiar with it.

RE: System Limits of Panasonic D816

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