DECT 6.0 Plus: DECT
(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) Plus technology improves on the
original DECT 6.0. The error correction frequency is increased up to 80x, which
increases the range and improves the transmission quality. Operating in the 1.9 GHz
frequency range, the KX-TG6511 phone will not conflict with other wireless devices such
as computer routers, wireless keyboards, microwave ovens and other common
Expandable Cordless System: In addition to the included
cordless handset, you can add up to five more KX-TGA651 (133TGA651) handsets, for a total of six.
Intelligent Eco Mode: The phone's Intelligent Eco mode
automatically reduces handset power consumption when you're using the handset
close to the base unit. This feature extends the available talk time by
suppressing the power it takes to transmit to the base unit. The "ECO" icon
appears in the handset display when activated.
Handset Speakerphone: The cordless handset can double as a speakerphone for hands-free conversations.
The handset is squared on the bottom, allowing you to stand it up on a table top
while you talk hands-free.
Non-Slip Handset: The KX-TGA652 handset has a rubberized
surface on the back panel to help prevent slipping, especially when you cradle
it on your shoulder.
Headset Compatible: The handset has a 2.5mm sub-mini headset
jack to allow you to plug in a headset for hands-free operation. Compatible
headsets include: KX-TCA400, KX-TCA60, KX-TCA93, KX-TCA94, and KX-TCA430.
1.8" Backlit LCD: The cordless handset features a
backlit 1.8" LCD screen which displays Caller ID information, battery strength,
Caller List, Directory, plus the Function Menu table. You can adjust the
contrast of the LCD from 1-6.
Navigator Keys: The four directional
navigator keys on the handset are
used to navigate through menus and to select items shown on the display by
pushing it up, down, left, or right.
Soft Keys: The handset has three soft keys which allow you
to select the feature shown directly above it on the display. Some of the soft
key functions include Mute, Phonebook, Menu, and Redial.
Caller ID: This unit is compatible with Caller ID services offered by your telephone
company. If you subscribe to Caller ID, the caller's name and phone number will
be displayed and recorded in the handset's Caller List.
Call Waiting Caller ID: If you subscribe to Call
Waiting with Caller ID, when talking on the phone as another call comes in, the
second caller's name and phone number will be displayed.
Ringer/Message Indicators: The handset has a ringer
indicator LED on the top that will flash quickly whenever a call comes in.
Caller List: The unit records information
for the last 50 callers and stores this information in the Caller List.
The unit can show
the number of calls you missed. You can call back any number in the caller list.
Once a number is in the Caller List, it can be manually or automatically edited
(to add or remove area codes or prefixes), saved in the Directory, or deleted.
Call Block: The phone can be programmed to reject unwanted
calls. If you subscribe to Caller ID, the unit will reject a call that comes in
without a phone number, including those that are labeled "Out of area", "Private
caller", or "Long distance". Calls from a phone number stored in the call block
list are also rejected. Up to 30 phone numbers can be stored in the call block
list. When the call is received, the unit rings for a short time while the
caller is being identified. If the phone number matches an entry in the call
block list, the unit sends out a busy tone to the caller, then disconnects the
Shared Phonebook: All handsets registered to the base unit
can use the unit's phonebook. Up to 50 names and phone numbers can be stored in
the phonebook. You can
enter names up to 16 characters, and phone numbers up to 24 digits. A pause can
be entered in the phone number if required for dialing. Each pause is stored as
one digit and the pause is approximately 3.5 seconds. The directory names are
sorted alphabetically. You can also assign names to one of nine groups to help
you locate entries quickly and easily. Groups can also be assigned a different
ringer tone to help you identify who is calling.
Chain Dial: You can dial a number from the phone while on a
call using Chain Dial. This can be used to dial a calling card access number,
dial a PIN number, etc. without having to dial it manually.
You can review a list of the last five numbers dialed, then call any of those
Mute: This system features a Mute key on the cordless
handset. If you wish to temporarily mute the conversation, you can mute the
handset so the other party cannot hear you, but you can still hear them.
Handset Locator: This feature allows you to locate a handset by paging it from the base
unit. All registered handsets are paged simultaneously.
Silent Mode: You can program each handset to ring or not at
your discretion. If you set a handset to Silent Mode, it will not ring when
calls come in. A specific time period can be programmed ahead of time for the
silent mode. Other handsets programmed to the phone are not affected, and will
continue to ring when calls are received.
Privacy Mode: You can prevent users of other handsets from
joining your conversations by engaging the Privacy Mode in the Initial Setting
menu. To allow other users to join your conversation (call share), you can turn
the Privacy Mode off.
Call Share: Call Share allows a second registered cordless
handset to join an existing external call by pressing one button.
Any Key Talk/Auto Talk: The Any Key Talk feature
allows you to press any of the numeric keys, the * key, the # key, or the
intercom button to answer a call. When the
handset is on the charger base, the Auto Talk feature allows you to answer a
call by simply picking up the handset. Auto Talk can be turned on/off in the
Volume Controls: You have the ability to adjust volume
levels for the handset and the handset speakerphone. Choose from four levels when
holding the handset to your ear, and six levels for the speakerphone.
Ringer Options: You can select one of six ringer volume
settings or Off. You can also choose between five ring tones and five ring melodies.
Temporary Tone Dialing: If you are using a pulse dialing
system, you can temporarily switch to tone dialing to enter numbers for
answering services, electronic banking services, company phone directories, etc.
When you hang up, the mode switches back to pulse dialing.
Flash Key: If you have the Call Waiting
service, you can use the flash key to put the first call on hold, allowing you
to answer a second incoming call. You can adjust the length of the flash time
Alarm: On the handset, you can set an alarm to sound for
three minutes on a one-time or daily basis. With the date and time programmed
into the phone, you can enter a desired time for the alarm to sound. Using a
different ringer tone from the one used for outside calls is recommended.
The included belt clip can be attached to the back of the cordless handset so that you
can hook it onto your belt.
Security: A handset cannot operate unless
it is registered with the base unit.
Battery Information: The phone comes with
two "AAA" rechargeable
Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) batteries for the handset. A Ni-MH battery doesn't develop the
"memory" effect like many Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cad) rechargeable batteries.
- Initial Charge Time:
- Battery Talk Time:
up to 13 hours continuous
- Battery Standby Time:
up to 11 days
Wall Mounting: The base unit can be placed on a desk or table, or can be wall mounted. The
base unit has an integrated bracket that can be turned one way for wall mounting
and turned the other way for placing on a desk.
- Width: 5.752"
3.25" (7.125" with handset in charger)
- Depth: 5.125"
- On Wall Mount: W=5.752", H=4.875", D=3.5"
- Width: 1.898"
- Height: 6.288"
- Depth: 1.205"