5-inch (12.5 cm) graphical TFT color display, 16-bit color depth, 320 x 240 effective
pixel resolution, with backlight. Allows for greater flexibility of features and
applications, and significantly expands the information viewed when using features
such as Services, Information, Messages, and Directory. Display also supports localization
requiring double-byte Unicode encoding for fonts.
Support for wideband (G.722 codec, adherence to TIA 920), including handset, headset,
and speakerphone (see Q&A for details).
G.711a, G.711µ, G.729a, G.729ab, G.722, and iLBC audio compression codecs
are supported (see Q&A for details).
Full-duplex speakerphone with acoustic echo cancellation.
Ready access to missed, received or placed calls (plus intercom history and directories).
Incoming messages are identified and categorized on the display, allowing users
to quickly and effectively return calls using direct dial-back capability. Corporate
directory integrates with the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Version 3 (LDAP3)
Allows user to adjust display brightness, select background images (if available),
and select ringer sounds through the User Preference menu. Network Configuration
preferences also can be set up (usually by the system administrator). Configuration
can be set up either automatically or manually for Dynamic Host Control Protocol
(DHCP), Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), Cisco Unified Communications Manager,
and backup Cisco Unified Communications Manager instances. Other available Settings
submenus include Device Configuration, Security Configuration, and Model Information.
Allows users to quickly access diverse information such as weather, stocks, quote
of the day, or any Web-based information using XML.
Online Help gives users information about the phone keys, buttons, and features.
Speakerphone, Mute, and Headset Buttons
Speakerphone includes Speaker On/Off, Microphone Mute, and Headset buttons that
are lit when active. For added security, the audible dual tone multifrequency (DTMF)
tones are masked when the speakerphone mode is used.
Navigation Cluster with 'Select' Button
Four-way navigation cluster allows users to scroll vertically and horizontally.
At the center of the cluster is a `Select' button that can be used for selection
of an in-focus item (for example, to open an underlying menu).
Indicates when phone is in power-saving sleep/inactivity mode (button is lit), and can be used to awaken the display. Inactivity period is configured by the system administrator.
Internal 2-port Cisco Ethernet switch allows for a direct connection to a 10/100/1000
BASE-T Ethernet network through an RJ-45 interface with single LAN connectivity
for both the phone and a colocated PC. System administrator can designate separate
VLANs (802.1Q) for the PC and phone, providing improved security and reliability
of voice and data traffic.
Dedicated headset port eliminates the need for a separate headset amplifier and
allows the handset to remain in its cradle, making headset use simpler. Both wideband
(G.722) and narrowband headsets are supported.
Provides easy decibel-level adjustments for the speakerphone, handset, headset,
and ringer. The handset is hearing aid-compatible. Additional volume control gain
can be achieved using an inline handset amplifier.
Stand is adjustable from flat to 60 degrees to provide optimum display viewing and
comfortable use of all buttons and keys. The foot-stand is keyed to match standard
wall-jack configurations for wall mounting. Optional wall-mount brackets are also
Multiple Ring Tones
More than 24 defined user-selectable ring tones are available. Ring tones may also
be personalizes through use of the Cisco Unified Phone Application Suite.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Features
Handset is hearing aid-compatible and meets Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
loudness requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Section 508
loudness requirements can be achieved using industry-standard inline handset amplifiers
such as Walker Equipment W-10 or CE-100 amplifiers. Dial pad is also ADA-compliant.
Quality of Service (QoS) Options
Supports differentiated services code point (DSCP) and 802.1Q/p standards.
Positive device identity through X.509v3 Certificates, digitally signed images,
cryptographically secure provisioning, and secure signaling and secure media with
AES-128. The phone also contains an 802.1X supplicant and supports EAPOL pass-through.
Built-in support for more than 30 languages (dependent on Cisco Unified Communications
IP address assignment can be statically configured or configured through the DHCP