Panasonic PHONE SYSTEM
Prior to 2008, Panasonic was a brand name registered in 1955 by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. As of 2008, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. decided to change its name to Panasonic! Here at Montreal Phone Repair, we can help you identify your system in order to help with repairing, updating, or re-locating Panasonic hardware. If you want to find out more about this brand and check out if you recognize their systems, keep reading below.
Phone System Repair Montreal can repair, update or relocate Panasonic phones or phone system (PBX)
Panasonic (which was not called this at the time) was founded on March 7, 1918 by Konosuke Matsushita, who came up with a new design for a kind of light socket at the age of twenty-three. By the end of 1918, the company had 20 employees. Four years later, they had grown to 50 employees and had opened a new factory. Inventory began to pile up and in order to clear the backlog, Matsushita decided to cut production not by laying off workers but by having them work half days, which was quite a revolutionary concept at the time. As the decades went on, Panasonic produced more and more new products, and Matsushita identified potential for electric motors to be incorporated into new appliances. Thus, it was in 1934 that Panasonic produced its first electric motor. A year later in 1935, the company incorporated as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. and had about 3500 employees while producing about 600 different products. Like most electronic companies, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. turned its manufacturing towards war effort during WWII. Postwar, they produced agitator washing machines, monochrome TVs, refrigerators, radios, rice cookers, tape recorders and home air conditioners. In 2008, the company changed its name from Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. to Panasonic Corporation. By 2013, Panasonic had divided itself into 4 divisions: appliances, eco solutions, AVC networks, and automotive and industrial systems.
Some common Panasonic Systems
- Panasonic KX-T7400- Series System Telephones
This series is compatible with the KXTD and the KXTDA phone systems. They come with programmable buttons, hands free system, and a message indicator.
This phone is suited for small to medium businesses. This phone is a very cost-effective solution with up 128 central office lines. The flexible platform allows for VoIP capabilities, powerful features, and scalability.
This phone is ideal for small businesses or home offices as it can handle up to 28 telephones and 12 central office lines. The platform being flexible allows for scalability and powerful feature capabilities.
This system is more suited for larger businesses as it allows 640 telephones and 640 central office lines. Its platform allows for scalability and you can also use VoIP for a cost-effective approach to support your branch offices.
This system offers a high level of flexibility and can be integrated into your already existing infrastructure. The system can also be tailored to suit requirements, whether it is to be used in a small office with two people or a large company with several locations. Some notable specifications include great expandability between 1 to 640 users, a reliable backup system, a call center solution and it is VoIP, PTSN and GSM compatible.
Some common Panasonic PBX solutions
This system has a 1 line display, 8 programmable buttons and a digital speakerphone which facilitates quick and easy operations. This system also has an integrated phone directory and a port which allows you to add a second digital phone to it. This phone is ideal for business users and contact centers.
This phone has 24 programmable buttons as well as a digital speakerphone and a 3 line backlit LCD display. It also has a USB module, a Bluetooth module, and an add-on 12 key module.
This phone has a 3 line alphanumeric display, 12 programmable keys and feature access keys. This telephone is user-friendly and has a speakerphone for easy hands-free calling. The display allows for an easy access to information such as messages, call status and duration.
This phone is a hands-free system that includes great key functionality. It comes with a 16 digits LCD display which provides information such as number dialled, and date and time of the call. It also includes 12 One-Touch keys and a dedicated Display System.
This system is great for mid to heavy users. It includes 12 feature keys, a 16 digit alphanumeric LCD display, and common useful call handling functions such as mute, hold, and auto-answer. This phone also provides the duration, date, and time of calls made.
This phone features a 3 line display which shows system features and a speed dial for easy access to numbers. It also includes 24 programmable buttons and a 3 way conferencing capability as well as a WOHCA intercom key.
This is an entry level phone. It has options such as hands-free and speakerphone and is compatible with the KX-TDA system series. It also comes with 8 programmable keys, a 1 line LCD display, and headset compatibility.