Toshiba Digital Single Line Phone
Manufacturer Part No: 74296
The DKT2001 is a Digital Single Line Telephone. It looks similar to the existing 2000-series telephones, but it has a smaller footprint. It is narrower because there are no programmable buttons and no LCD.
The DKT2001 connects to the same digital station port as other 2000-series digital telephones. This makes it compatible with all Strata DK and Perception systems that support digital station ports.
Features of other 2000 series phones not supported by the DKT2001:
- Line button with red LED
- Hold button
- Conference/Transfer button
- Message Waiting button with red LED
- Volume Up and Volume Down buttons
Advantages of the DKT2001 over regular analog single line telephones:
- On-hook dialing
- Handsfree answerback
- Speaker OCA
- Add-on module (DADM2020)
- Personal Computer Interface Unit (RPCI)
- Headset/loud ringing bell connection (HHEU)
- Redial button
- Programmable buttons or LCD
- Automatic busy redial
- Automatic line selection
- Background music with station control
- Busy override over handset
- Continuous DTMF tone
- Exclusive hold
- One-way voice announce and handset OCA
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