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KX-TDA200 - The Backbone of Thousands of Companies.

Competitive businesses need communication solutions that can change rapidly. The KX-TDA200 IP PBX helps keep your business on the cutting edge of telephony through the use of ongoing upgradability.

The KX-TDA200 is Panasonic's middle model in their top of the line PBX product line known as the "TDA Series." Most of the cards are interchangeable between other models within the series. Features within the series are nearly identical with only the capacities being different.

The KX-TDA200 was intoduced in the year 2000. Since then, it has undergone four (4) software revisions. Many of these systems have been upgraded to the new KX-TDE series processor, which is our top-of-the-line, most feature-rich processor.

Panasonic KX-TDA200 offers state-of-the art wireless capability designed as part of the system instead of as add-on.

The KX-TDA200 uses only one cabinet. Expansion is possible by switching to the KX-TDA600 or KX-TDE600 system.

See Maximum System Capacity chart below for more detail.

Main Features

• SIP Trunking (An upgrade to a KX-TDE Processor is Required for SIP)
• ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) with QSIG
• T1 for Trunking and Point-to-Point
• Analog (POTS) CO Line Trunking 
• Caller ID (Name & Number)
• VoIP Gateway with QSIG (Enhanced System Networking)
• VoIP Extensions - KX-NT Panasonic Proprietary Models
• VoIP Extensions - SIP (An upgrade to a KX-TDE Processor is Required for SIP)
• DECT Multi-Cell Wireless
• PC-Based Programming
• DXDP (Digital Extra Device Port)
• Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
• Toll Restriction
• Digital Voice Mail Integration
• Enhanced System Networking
• Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
• Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
• IP Address is built into the MPR (An upgrade to a KX-TDE Processor is Required)
• IP Gateway is built into the DSP Card (An upgrade to a KX-TDE Processor is Required for SIP)

How and where to Purchase

The KX-TDA200 is a model serviced only by Panasonic Certified Dealers. It must be registered and requires activation keys that can only be provided by a Panasonic Certified Dealer in good standing. Panasonic will not activate or reactivate these systems directly for the end-user. Only dealers who have successfully completed the KX-TDA Technical Training course, have a valid KX-TDA certification number and meet the yearly purchase requirements outlined by Panasonic can activate these systems. To find Panasonic Certified Dealers worldwide or in your specific area go to

KX-TDA200 IP PBX System
1 Shelf with 11 Free Universal Slots
1 Main Processor Unit
1 SD Card

NOTE: Power supply or accessory cards are not included with the KX-TDA200 and must be added as needed based on a specific configuration.

Maximum System Capacity

Maximum Number of Trunks

Not to Exceed Total


See Notes


Maximum Number of Wired Extensions

Not to Exceed Total


See Notes


Maximum Number of Wireless Extensions

Not to Exceed Total


See Notes

Note 1: The KX-TDA200 has a total of 192 ports, spread across 11 Free Universal Slots. Universal, meaning any slot can accommodate any type of trunk, extension or option card (with limitations). The density of each card varies by type. For instance ... Co Trunk Cards are available in 8 or 16 trunks per card. ISDN-PRI and T1 cards are available in 23 channels (trunks) per card and 24 channels (trunks) per card respectively. Extensions are available in 8/16 per card or 16/32 using the DXPD feature. Each time you populate a slot with a physical card, you are affecting the ratio of Trunks -to- Extensions. Example: A configuration using all 128 trunks means that there is little room for extensions or special option cards such as Door Controllers, UCD/DISA, etc. Likewise, a configuration using all 128 extensions means that there is little room for Trunks or special option cards such as Door Controllers, UCD/DISA, etc.

Note 2: Totals are somewhat dynamic. Even though the maximum number of trunks is 128 and the maximum number of extensions is 256, you cannot realize both at the same time since you would run out of slots. Your Panasonic Certified Dealer will help you balance these maximums so as to optimize the system for future growth. The Memory Expansion card is needed to reach 256 wired extensions.

Note 3: A maximum of 128 Wiresless Extensions may be programmed into the KX-TDA100 system, provided you use Panasonic Proprietary Cellular-like Telephones and Panasonic Proprietary Cell Stations.

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