Panasonic KX-UT670 IP Phone


Key Note

  • 6 SIP accounts
  • 7 inch touch display
  • HD Voice (G.722)
  • 3-way conference call support
  • Compatible with Asterisk and Elastix
  • 2 x GbE ports, PoE
  • Linux based open source operating system
  • Full duplex speaker phone


The Panasonic KX-UT670 Phone features a 7-inch touch screen, HD video capability, HD audio and six SIP terminals. The phone capabilities include storage for up to 100 contacts, 3-way conference calling, two Ethernet ports, IP camera integration, a full duplex speakerphone and is PoE ready.

The Panasonic KX-UT670 Executive Touchscreen Desk Phone is the top of Panasonic’s KX-UT line of VoIP Phones. This highly expandable-corded phone features a 7-inch touch screen is made to transform business communication. It supports 6 SIP accounts, HD quality video and audio, storage for up to 100 contacts, 3-way conference calling. The KX-670 features two Gigabit Ethernet ports, a SD card slot and a single USB port. This VoIP phone is Power over Ethernet ready, which eliminates the need for extra electrical adaptors. The HD Audio of the KX-UT670 utilizes echo cancellation and an expanded acoustic chamber which ensures that every word is heard clearly. The Panasonic KX-UT670 is perfect for the executive that wants to streamline and transform their business communication for maximum success.

Compatible with:

asterisk   elastixlogos2

LCD Display 262,000 colors
LCD Size 7 inch touch display
LCD Backlight 15/Auto
HD Video 720p
Install Options
Desk Mount Tilt Yes – 2 positions
Wall Mount KX-A434 (optional)
Power Adaptor KX-A422 (optional)
Audio Features
Handset, Speaker, Headset Volume 15 levels
Ringtones 32
Ringer Volume 7 levels + Off
Headset Port 2.5 mm
Electronic Hook Switch Control Port*1 3.5 mm
Audio Codec G.711a-law / G.711µ-law / G.722 (wideband) / G.729a
HD Voice Yes
Speaker Phone Yes (Full Duplex)
Programmable Keys 24 (4 pages of 6 keys)*2
Software Features
Phone Book (Entries) Depends on memory
Call Log Entries 100 in + 100 out
Conferencing 3 parties (within terminal – multi-party dependent on server)
Music on Hold Supplied by Host Service (PBX / SIP Server)
Memory 50 MB
IP Features
SIP Accounts 6
SIP Compatibility RFC 3261 Standard SIP Server, Asterisk, Broadsoft, CommuniGate Pro, Panasonic IP PBX
IP Version IPv4
DHCP Client Yes
SNTP Client Yes
VLAN (802.1q) Yes
QoS (DiffServ) Yes
Plug & Play Configuration Server based configuration
Manual Configuration Internal web Configurator, Local (LCD based) network configuration
Ethernet Ports 2
Ethernet Interface 10/100/1000 Mbps
PoE (Power over Ethernet) Yes
Bluetooth No
USB 1 (USB 2.0 Host)
SD Card Slot SDXC Memory Card / SDHC Memory Card / SD Memory Card
Power Consumption PoE
Standby: 5.2W (Backlight OFF)
Talking: 7.0W
Max: 12.9WAC Adaptor
Standby: 4.6W (Backlight OFF)
Talking: 6.2W
Max: 11.5 W
Operating Environment 0 °C – 40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F)


(Width x Depth x Height; handset on cradle, stand attached)

High position:
270 mm x 180 mm x 220 mm
Low position:
270 mm x 192 mm x 170 mm

(with handset, handset cord and stand): 1300 g


KX-UT670 APIs provide an environment for developing applications that enhance business productivity and service with the Panasonic KX-UT670 Smart Desk Phone. They let you develop applications that meet customer needs, and operate them on the Smart Desk Phone.

Usage Example

Applications can be developed for use by a variety of businesses.


The screen can be used to search for information about the area around the hotel.


Orders can be placed directly from the on-screen menu.


The screen can be used to open or close curtains, and to turn the air conditioner on or off.


The network camera image can be viewed on-screen, and operating buttons can be changed as necessary.

  • The images shown here are simulated application screens.

Usage Example

The KX-UT670 is based on open-source software. KX-UT670 applications are developed in the same manner as those for other devices.


  • Applications developed by using these APIs are exclusively for use with the Panasonic KX-UT670 Smart Desk Phone.
    They will not operate on devices other than the KX-UT670.

1) Development Environment

Download Eclipse (an integrated development environment containing an editor, compiler and debugger) to your Windows® or Linux® PC, then download open-source based SDK for Android development use. Next, add-on the KX-UT670 APIs. The Android development environment can be used for developing applications.

  • Applications developed by using KX-UT670 APIs are exclusively for use with the KX-UT670. Do not distribute them for use on other devices.


 2) Edit Code, Compile and Confirm Operation

Programs are developed using Java™ programming language. Code editing and compiling are done with Eclipse (other editors and compilers can also be used). After compiling, an emulator can be used to do basic debugging on a PC.


 3) Install onto the KX-UT670 and Confirm Operation

Install from an SD Memory Card

Use an SD Memory Card to install the finished application onto the KX-UT670.


Install from the Web Server

Open a Web browser from the administrator screen of the KX-UT670, then download the application from the server and install it.

  • Requires an SD Memory Card into the KX-UT670 for downloading the application file.

API Application

The following API types are available.

Telephone Operation API Invokes KX-UT670 telephone functions
(call, answer, ring, hold, forward, etc.) from the application.
Audio Control API Controls the speakerphone, headset, 3-way conversation function, etc., provided in the KX-UT670 Smart Desk Phone.
OAM (Operations, Administration
and Management) API
Controls user log deletion, device reset, etc.
IP Network Camera Control API

Controls an IP network camera.

*Supports Panasonic network cameras (complying with the PS interface).

Device Control API Controls screen brightness, LED ON/blink, etc.

Trademarks and registered trademarks

– Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
– Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
– Linux is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the U.S. and other countries.
– Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.