Panasonic KX-TVP200AL Voice Processing system brings unprecedented, multi-lingual versatility to the operation of your office. The system provides voice mail,auto attendant, interview and custom services. With voice mail, messages can be recorded, sent, and retrieved 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, worldwide. The voice processing system will revolutionise the way you communicate in your office and can have a profound effect on the productivity of your work place
| Line capacity - up to 12 extensions
|| Message Retention Time - 1 to 30 days or unlimited
| Extension numbering 2 to 5 digits
|| Maximum message length 1 to 6 minutes
| Message Waiting Lamp - programmable DTMF sequence
|| Activity Reports - mailbox usage, disk usage, etc (up to 9 different reports)
| System Recording time - 1000 hours
|| Connections - RJ11 telephone line, data RS 232
| Number of Mailboxes - Max. of 1024
|| Dimensions - 468*327*101 mm
| Number of Messages - unlimited per mailbox
|| Weight - 7 Kg
| Personal Greeting Message 8-60 seconds (programmable)
|| Power source - 240VAC 50 Hz
When digitally integrated with a Panasonic TDA Digital Telephone System, the following features are available
1. Live Call Screening
Incoming calls can be monitored whilst being recorded into your mailbox. If you wish to speak to the caller, the call can be picked up, thereby intercepting the recording.**
2. Two Way Recording.
A conversation can be recorded into your mailbox for future reference by simply pressing the two way record function key
3. Two Way Transfer.
A conversation can even be recorded into another party's mailbox by simply pressing the Two Way Recording function key and the mailbox number. This is ideal for companies that want their receptionist to personally take messages from callers.
4. Intercom Paging
Notifies you of an incoming call even if your extension is busy. The system will put a call on hold and use a internal or external paging function to announce "I have a call for...." You can answer the call from anywhere in your office by just dialling a pick-up code from any system handset.