Business Phone Systems

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#643556 09/21/2022 11:25 PM
by Dialtony
Hi. Non-pro newbie here hoping to find some expertise. Picked up at Panasonic KX-T7716C-B with intent of using it on my landline, but then saw that it is designed for Panasonic PBX systems and marked "Do Not Connect Directly to Public Phone Line." Well, of course, I did just that ... and it seemed to work!

Was able to make and receive calls and see call display. Sound quality may have been a tad rough -- hard to tell when connecting to the mobiles I used for the test.

So should it work on a Bell Canada line? Is there a difference in voltage requirement or line resistance that could cause problems? Something else I'm missing?

Thanks -- I appreciate any insights you can offer!
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#643557 Sep 21st a 11:45 PM
by Carl Navarro
Carl Navarro
It looks like it was made for single lines behind a PBX. With sg in the code, it might have been used back in the 336 analog PBX days in Singapore.

Here in the United States, it probably lacks an FCC registration that matters now :-) In Canada, I don't think the RCMP or CRTC or whoever is going to single you out.

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