Panasonic Door Phone


I'm planning to buy a Panasonic KXTEA308E telephone system for home
use (I work from home).
I also intend to buy a KX-T30865e door phone. The Panasonic
proprietary part looks too modern (my building is old) so I intend to
take out the PCB and re-house it in a sympathetic oak box. I'm going
to run four wires to the box: two for the phone connection and two for
the bell push, which will operate a standalone door bell in the
conventional way. (I don't need the phone extensions to ring when
someone pushes the button.)
Is the above feasible? I wondered if anyone had tried something
similar and could pass on their comments.
Does anyone know the dimensions of the KX-T30865e? I can't find this
information anywhere.
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Pandora
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Perfectly feasible. I have used the Pano door phone in various ways and also built interface units between them and other existing door systems. Will see if i have a s/hand unit lay around and measure for you.
Regards
Alastair
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Alastair
Thanks, Alastair
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Pandora
The entire box is 3 7/8" W x 5 1/8" H x 1" D
The PC board is 1 1/2 x 2 1/2 but you need to find a way to press the button as it's a mechanical connection. The mic, speaker and data leads are all external to the board.
Carl Navarro
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Carl Navarro
Thanks, Carl!
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Pandora

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