Panasonic KX-PW201CW user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic KX-PW201CW

Device: Panasonic KX-PW201CW
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Facsimile
Quick Reference Guide
Model No. KX-PW201CL
KX-PW201CW
KX-PW201CL
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic facsimile.
Table of Contents
Finding the controls 2
Installations and connections 4
Setting the date and time 6
Setting your facsimile telephone number 6
Setting your logo 7
Character input and command key table 8
Automatic dialing on the main unit 9
Automatic dialing on the portable handset 11
Intercom between the main unit and portable handset 13
Sending faxes 14
Receiving

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Finding the controls Main unit (control panel) 2 4 1 3 19 5 18 6 17 7 16 14 15 13 12 11 10 9 8 1 11 Flash button Redial button (For call waiting service users.) To redial the phone numbers in the Erase button redial list. The last 10 phone numbers dialed are stored in memory. 2 Intercom button 12 Hold button Character Input Mode button Call Memory button starts a search in 3 Cancel button the Number Display log. (For caller ID display service users.) 4 One-touch dial buttons 13 5 Monito

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Finding the controls Portable handset Earpiece LCD (with back light) How to use key Displays battery strength, telephone numbers etc. To use the phonebook. To redial the phone numbers in the redial list. The last 10 phone numbers dialed are stored in memory. Portable handset number To adjust the volume. Function menu that is controlled by or . Battery strength To make/answer calls. To page the main unit or How to use bu

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Installations and connections Installing the thermal recording papar 1 Open the control panel. 4 Pull the recording paper towards you to cut off. Pull up here. Open the control Control panel panel until it locks. Install a new thermal recording paper. Replacement thermal recording paper: UG-0010A4 (15 m role type) 450 2 Install the recording paper. As of June 2003. Tax not included. Rolling core is upside Reverse Slack 3 Pull the paper approx. 10 cm out of the unit and close the control

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Installations and connections Connecting the main unit Setting up the portable handset 1 Connect the cord and place the handset on the 1 Power outlet main unit. (AC 100 V) AC adaptor Charger 2 Raise the antenna. Plug 2 Click Battery Click Connector Black Red Click Battery cover Click 3 Charge the battery in the charger for 10 hours. ● After your Panasonic battery is fully charged, it will last up to about 7 hours of conversation. Wall jack Telephone line cord While charging. Charging

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Setting the date and time Setting your facsimile telephone number 1Press (Function). 1Press (Function). 2Press . 2 Press . Example : Cursor Cursor 3 Enter the correct year/month/day. 3 Enter your facsimile telephone number, up to 20 Example: October 1, 2003 digits. Press . Example: 098 765· The (Space) button 4 Enter the correct hour/minute in a 24-hour clock entry. replaces the digit with a space. Example: 15:45 (3:45 PM) Press . 4Press (Set)

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Setting your logo Example: Micah 1. Press once. Cursor 2. Press six times. 3. Press six times. 4. Press to move the cursor to the next space 1Press (Function). and press four times. 2Press . 5. Press five times. Cursor 4Press (Set). 3 Enter your logo, up to 30 characters, using the dial keypad. ● To enter English characters easily, press (Character input mode) repeatedly and select “ ” (English and sign input mode). ● For details, see the table on page 8 for instructions. 5Press (

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Character input and command key table Pressing the dial keys will select a character as shown below. Character Katakana English Numbers Display of the main unit Display of the portable handset Dial key Main Portable ( ) ( ) unit handset ‚ ’” Used to change the character input mode. (Main unit), (Portable handset) (Main unit), Used to move the cursor to the left and right. (Portable handset) Command keys (Main unit), (Portable handset) Used to delete a

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Automatic dialing on the main unit Making a voice call using the Storing telephone numbers in the one-touch dial one-touch dial 1 Press the desired one-touch dial button ( to ). 1 Press the desired one-touch dial button ( to ). Example: one-touch dial 1 ● The unit will start dialing. 2 When the other party answers, lift the handset. Button number Editing a stored number in the 2 Enter the telephone number, up to 24 digits. one-touch dial ● To correct a mistake, press (Clear). 1Press (Function

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Automatic dialing on the main unit Storing names and telephone Making a voice call using the numbers in the phonebook phonebook 1Press (Phonebook). 1Press (Phonebook). 2 Press (Search button) repeatedly until the desired name is displayed. 2Press (Function). ● “XX” shows the remaining 3 Lift the handset. station numbers you can store. Editing a stored name or number ● You can program up to 100 stations, including 4 pre- in the phonebook programmed stations. 1Press (Phonebook). 3 Enter the nam

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Automatic dialing on the portable handset Making a voice call using the Storing telephone number in the one-touch dial one-touch dial 1Press (one-touch). 1Press (one-touch). ● The unit will start dialing. 2 When the other party answers, start talking. 2 Enter the telephone number, up to 24 digits. Editing a stored number in the ● To correct a mistake, press (Clear). one-touch dial 1Press (Function). 3Press (Register). 2Press (one-touch). 3 Edit the telephone number, up to 24 digits. 4Press

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Automatic dialing on the portable handset Storing names and telephone Making a voice call using the numbers in the phonebook phonebook 1Press (Phonebook). 1Press (Phonebook). 2 Press (Search button) repeatedly until the desired name is displayed. 2Press (Register). ● “XX” shows the remaining 3 Press (Talk) or press (Speakerphone). station numbers you can store. ● You can program up to 100 Editing a stored name or number stations, including 4 pre- in the phonebook programmed stations. 1Press

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Intercom between the main unit and portable handset An intercom is available between the main unit and portable handset. Using the main unit: Using the portable handset: 1 ■ For single portable handset users 1 ■ For single portable handset users # Press (Intercom). Lift the handset. ■ For multiple portable handset users Press (Intercom), then press . $ Press (Intercom). 2 Start talking. ● You can switch to the speakerphone by pressing ■ For multiple portable handset users (Speakerphone). # L

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FACE DOWN FACE DOWN Sending faxes Sending a fax manually Sending a fax using automatic dialing Only one page can be set at a time. Only one page can be set at a time. Document Document guide guide Document cover Document cover Using the one-touch dial 1 Open the document cover, and adjust the width of the 1 Insert the document (1 page only) FACE DOWN until document guides to the size of the document. a single beep is heard. 2 Insert the document (1 page only) FACE DOWN until 2 Press the desired

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Receiving faxes Receiving a fax manually (AUTO ANSWER off) Using the main unit: Using the portable handset: 1 When you hear a ring, lift the handset to answer the 1 When you hear a ring, lift the portable handset from call. the charger to answer the call. ● If the portable handset is not set on the charger, press (Talk). 2 When: – document reception is required, 2 When: – a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or –document reception is required, – no sound is heard, –a fax calling tone (s

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Receiving faxes Receiving a fax automatically Recording your own greeting (AUTO ANSWER on) message light on You can record your own greeting message. When receiving a call, it will be played to callers instead of the 1 If the (Auto answer) light is off, turn it on by pre-recorded Japanese greeting message. pressing 1Press (Function). 2Press . 2 When receiving a call, the unit will receive a fax document or record a voice message automatically 3Press (Set). depending on the caller’s request. 4

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Operating the built-in answering device Activating the answering device Operating the answering device from a remote location light on/flash light on/flash 1 Turn the (Auto answer) light on by pressing . Preparation: Programming the remote operation ID 2 When receiving a call, a greeting message will be 1.Press (Function). played and the unit will record a voice message. ● 2.Press . To record your own greeting message, see page 16. 3. Enter any 4-digit number (remote operation ID) except Listeni

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Individual e-mail services Using the e-mail services PCC information services Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. (hereafter called The following services are available with your fax “PCC”) offers individual information services, such as machine. The information service fee including the call e-mail. charge will be applied. ● Your fax machine with e-mail features will enable you to E-mail reception and printing (page 20) ● send an e-mail to another party’s personal computer (PC) Text e-mail sendi

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FACE DOWN Individual e-mail services Subscribing to PCC information services 7 Enter the valid date of your credit card. Month Year 8Press (Set). 9 Insert the application form FACE DOWN. 10Press (Set). ● The unit will start fax transmission. 11 After approx. 5 minutes, the unit will ring, and a 1 Fill in the included application form. data communication will start automatically between your unit and PCC. ● If you answer this call, hang up and wait for a while until the communication is

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Individual e-mail services Receiving and printing an e-mail 1 Press (E-mail) . 2Press (Set). ● If there is an e-mail you have not viewed yet, the unit will print the received e-mail. ● If there is no e-mail, the following will be displayed. The file formats recognized by your fax machine are: ● ● JPEG ~. doc ● ● TIFF ~. xls ● ● BMP ~. ppt ● ● TXT ~. pdf (as of June 2003) 20


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