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Panasonic IP-Hybrid Telephone System Cabinets

hybrid1The design of the KX-TDA100 and KX-TDA200 allows you to expand your system as your needs grow by plugging in additional cards and telephones to the plug-in architecture. All of the expansion card slots are universal, so that any card can be plugged into any universal slot, allowing maximum use of what’s available within the cabinet. What’s even better is the TDA expansion cards operate on both the KX-TDA100 and the KX-TDA200 system. That means if you outgrow the KX-TDA100 system, you can unplug the expansion cards from that system and plug them directly into the KX-TDA200 without having to buy a whole new system.

In terms of maximum system capacities the KX-TDA100 can offer up to 96 ports and the KX-TDA200 can support up to 192 ports with 128 wireless telephones.

All Panasonic KX-T7000, 7200, 7300, 7400, 7600 and 7700 proprietary series work with the KX-TDA100 and KX-TDA200 systems, so if you already own a Panasonic system with one of these phone series it will be inexpensive to upgrade to the KX-TDA system. And, while you are upgrading, don’t forget that the KX-TDA100 and 200 can also be easily upgraded to our multi-cell wireless telephones so it’s easy to keep on top of things in a busy working environment.

Additionally, the KX-TDA has a small, compact design. But, that does not diminish its capabilities. A state-of-the-art engineering design has enables the production of a small system that provides for a large amount of features while taking up less room.

One important thing to note about this system is that there is always a dial tone waiting for each phone that is connected to the system- even during the busiest times of the day. Where some systems only allow a certain number of calls to be made at any giving time, these systems do not limit the number of calls.

The KX-TDA allows you to add a new level of security to your business with the support of optional door intercoms and electrical contacts that permit you to control an electronic door strike or any other compatible electric device through the telephone. Each door intercom has its own distinctive ring and LCD display information so you can easily identify which door phone has been activated.