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Full Duplex Conference Phone and Wireless Microphone System Installation Instructions and Users Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SoundStation Premier..Introduction...Checklist of Parts...To Ensure Better Performance...Installing the conference phone..Using the conference phone..In Case of Difficulty...SoundStation Premier with Extended Hypercardioid Microphones...Introduction...Checklist of Parts...To Ensure Better Performance...Installing the conference phone..Using the conference phone..Permanent Installation...0 The Wireless Microphone System..Introduction...Checklist of Parts...To Ensure Better Performance...The Wireless Receiver...Powering the Receiver...Antenna....Connecting Audio Output...The Wireless Transmitter... Transmitter Operation...Specifications and Warranty..The SoundStation Premier Specifications..Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability..4 4
SoundStation Premier Full Duplex Conference Phone and Wireless Microphone Users Guide
INTRODUCTION Thank you for selecting the SoundStation Premier, the next generation of full duplex conference phones. It will forever change your expectations regarding voice quality. Its super sensitive hypercardioid microphones allow you to zero in on meeting participants, while its high fidelity neodymium speaker provides both clarity and volume for even the largest conference rooms. But what puts the SoundStation Premier in a class all by itself is its virtually echo-free simultaneous two-way communications. Together with automatic gain control and noise reduction, meeting participants will have a difficult time realizing that they are not on a telephone handset. Furthermore, this product is simple and straightforward to use. The next several pages will explain the product in its entirety. Should you have any questions or comments, please call our technical support line at 1-800-451-0995 or fill out our customer registration card.
INSTALLING THE CONFERENCE PHONE 1. Plug the long SoundStation cable from the Wall Module into the slot under the SoundStation Premier console as illustrated below.
CHECKLIST OF PARTS Your SoundStation audio conferencing system includes the following items:
2. Thread the cable through the channels on the underside of the SoundStation Premier console, as shown below.
3. Insert the Wall Module plug into a nearby electrical outlet. The SoundStation Premier console will run a brief self-test, and then youll hear a tone. If you dont hear the tone, make sure the outlet is working and the power is switched on.
If any of the above parts is missing, please contact your Polycom representative or your Polycom authorized dealer.
TO ENSURE BETTER PERFORMANCE
w Locate the SoundStation Premier in a quiet environment, with soft furnishings such as
carpets, curtains, and sound-absorbing walls and ceilings.
w Place the unit at the center of a table or desk. w Keep papers and other objects away from the unit. w Seat all participants the same distance from the SoundStation Premier console. w Speak at normal conversation levels. w Direct your voice toward the SoundStation Premier console. w Do not move the SoundStation Premier console during a call.
4. Plug the short cable from the Wall Module into a modular wall jack for a standard analog phone line. Your telephone system administrator or service technician can help you identify a standard analog phone line. A standard analog line supports fax machines, answering machines, modems, and most single-line telephones.
5. Place the SoundStation Premier console on a flat, stable surface in the center of the room, then press the On/Off button to hear a dial tone. If you dont hear a dial tone, you may not be connected to an analog telephone line.
To access digital services, such as voice mail, where only pulse dialing is available, SoundStation Premier can provide temporary tone dialing. When the phone is ON, press SHIFT, then press REDIAL. The display must read TONE DIALING for this feature to be activated. Once the phone is hung up, dialing will revert to its previous mode.
NOTE: Changing the type of dialing used when a call is in progress in only temporary.
USING THE SOUNDSTATION PREMIER
To program and retrieve the conference phones phone number
When power is first applied to the phone, the display will read ENTER PHONE #. Type in the phone number with area code use the * key to enter a space. When finished, press the FLASH key. To retrieve the phone number at any time during a phone call, press SHIFT, then press the FLASH key. The phone number will be displayed for 10 seconds, then return to its previous mode.
To place or answer a phone call
Press ON/OFF to turn the unit on and dial the number. The display will go blank, then show each number as it is being dialed.
NOTE: If caller ID is not available, there will be no time of day clock.
To adjust the phones ringer volume
When the phone is off, press SHIFT, then press VOL or VOL. There are four options: OFF, LOW, MID, HIGH, and the levels will be heard after each key press. After 5 seconds, the phone will return to its previous mode. For incoming calls and when caller identification is activated, the display will show the callers phone number. The time of day clock will be initiated once a call is made to the phone. Once the call is connected, a clock will appear on the display showing how long the call has been in progress.
To adjust tone volume and speaker volume
When the phone is on and dial tone is heard, adjustment of the dial tone volume can be made by pressing VOL or VOL.
NOTE: There are 32 volume levels for both dial tone and speaker volume. NOTE: The volume levels for dial tone and speaker are stored independently in the phones memory.
To use tone dialing or pulse dialing
When the phone is off, press SHIFT, then press REDIAL. The display will read either TONE DIALING, or if REDIAL is depressed again, PULSE DIALING. The display will return to your phone number after 5 seconds.
NOTE: Toggle between TONE or PULSE by depressing the REDIAL key only.
The display will show: TONE VOL IIIII II. After 5 seconds, the display will revert to its previous mode. Once a call is connected, the speaker volume can be made louder by pressing VOL or softer by pressing VOL. The display will show SPKR VOL IIIII II. After 5 seconds, the display will revert to its previous mode.
To place the call on hold or mute
At any time during a phone call, press SHIFT, then press MUTE on the main keypad to place a call on HOLD, or simply press HOLD on the remote keypad. This shuts off the speaker and all microphones. The display will show HOLD and all LEDs begin blinking red.
To program and use One-Touch dialing
NOTE: The main keypad does not enable One-Touch dialing.
When the phone is off, up to six phone numbers can be stored from the remote keypad. To program One-Touch dialing phone numbers, press PROG. If the SoundStation Premier is connected to a PBX, press either 8 or 9, then press PAUSE (this inserts a two second delay so the PBX can access an outside line). Next, type in the desired phone number, then press STORE, and finally press the desired location to store this phone number, 1-6. On the reverse side of the remote keypad, there is a place to record these phone numbers. To use 1-Touch dialing, simply press any of the six stored phone number locations. There is no need to press ON/OFF.
NOTE: If no PBX exists, PAUSE is not required.
To take the phone off HOLD press only the MUTE key on the main keypad or HOLD on the remote keypad. To shut off the microphones while keeping the speaker on, simply press MUTE.
Your Wall Module is equipped with an RCA jack to record a conversation. Plug one end of an RCA-type connector into the jack on a tape recorder unit labeled AUX IN and the other end into the Wall Module jack labeled AUX OUT.
The display will show MUTE and the LEDs will turn from green to red. To take the phone off MUTE , press MUTE on either keypad.
To redial the last phone number called
Press the redial key. The display on the main keypad shows the last phone number which you have called or attempted to call.
NOTE: The ON/OFF key does not have to be pressed for REDIAL to operate.
IN CASE OF DIFFICULTY No dial tone w Check that all connections are correct and tight.
w Make sure the short cable is connected to a standard analog telephone line. w Try a different telephone line.
To make a 3-way conference call or to transfer a call to another extension (if enabled on your telephone system)
Once a call is in progress, press the FLASH key. A second dial tone will be heard and the display will read FLASH. To transfer the call, dial the extension and hang up the phone by pressing ON/OFF. To make a 3-way conference call, dial the second phone number. Once connected, press FLASH again, the two other parties will now be connected.
NOTE: To hold a conference call with more than three parties, a conference call service provider (such as Confertech, AT&T, MCI and Sprint) is required, or contact your telecom manager.
Short silences, echoes, or clipped speech w Dont move the SoundStation Premier console while its in use. w Keep your hands away from the unit during calls.
w Keep papers, cups, coffee pots, etc., away from the unit. w At the beginning of a call, let someone at each location speak in turn for a few moments, to
enable SoundStation Premier to adapt to its environment.
w The other party may be using lower-quality equipment or a half-duplex conference bridge,
in which case there may be little you can do.
w Try calling again to see if another line provides a better connection.
Muffled or in a well reception w Speak closer to the unit so the microphones can pick up your speech. w Add more sound absorbency to the room. Excessive noise w Noisy equipment, such as a computer or fan, may make it difficult for you to hear the other party. Both parties should turn off any noisy equipment. w Try calling again to see if another line provides a better connection. Physical damage w If physical damage is severe enough that the internal parts become visible, disconnect the SoundStation Premier immediately. Do not reconnect it to the network until the SoundStation Premier has been repaired.
SoundStation Premier with Extended Hypercardioid Microphones
If you need more help, please call Polycom technical support at 1-800-451-0995, or your Polycom authorized dealer.
INTRODUCTION Thank you for selecting the SoundStation Premier, the next generation of full duplex conference phones. It will forever change your expectations regarding voice quality. Its super sensitive hypercardioid microphones allow you to zero in on meeting participants, while its high fidelity neodymium speaker provides both clarity and volume for even the largest conference rooms. But what puts the SoundStation Premier in a class all by itself is its virtually echo-free simultaneous two-way communications. Together with automatic gain control and noise reduction, meeting participants will have a difficult time realizing that they are not on a telephone handset. Furthermore, this product is simple and straightforward to use. The next several pages will explain the product in its entirety. Should you have any questions or comments, please call out technical support line at 1-800-451-0995 or fill out our customer registration card. CHECK LIST OF PARTS Your SoundStation Premier System includes the following items:
INSTALLING SOUNDSTATION PREMIER WITH EXTENDED MICROPHONES 1. Plug the long SoundStation Premier cable from the Wall Module into the slot under the SoundStation Premier console as illustrated below.
3. Connect the microphone cables to the SoundStation Premier console shown below:
f any of the above parts are missing, please contact your Polycom representative or your Polycom uthorized dealer.
w Use in a conference room up to feet. w Position Extended Microphones 6 to 8 feet from the SoundStation Premier console.
w Participants should sit 3 to 6 feet from a microphone.
4. Insert the Wall Module plug into a nearby electrical outlet. The SoundStation Premier will run a brief self-test, and then youll hear a tone. If you dont hear the tone, make sure the outlet is working and the power is switched on.
5. Plug the short cable from the Wall Module into a modular wall jack for a standard analog phone line. Your telephone system administrator or service technician can help you identify a standard analog phone line. A standard analog line supports fax machines, answering machines, modems, and most single-line telephones. 6. Place the SoundStation Premier console on a flat, stable surface in the center of the room. Position the two extended hypercardioid microphones for best coverage. See examples below. 7. Press the On/Off button to hear a dial tone. If you dont hear a dial tone, you may not be connected to an analog telephone line.
USING THE SOUNDSTATION PREMIER WITH TWO EXTENDED HYPERCARDIOID MICROPHONES To place a call: Press ON/OFF to turn the SoundStation Premier console on, and dial the number.
When the phone is off, press SHIFT, then press VOL or VOL. There are four options: OFF, LOW, MID , HIGH, and the levels will be heard after each key press. After 5 seconds, the phone will return to its previous mode.
For incoming calls and when caller identification is activated, the display will show the callers phone number. The time of day clock will be initiated once a call is made to the phone. Once the call is connected, a clock will appear on the display showing how long the call has been in progress.
NOTE: If no PBX exists,
PAUSE is not required.
To mute all microphones, press MUTE :
To resume two-way communications, press MUTE again. The blinking red LED will return to green. A local MUTE button is located on each of the extended microphones:
By switching to the O position, the LED MUTE light will turn red and only this microphone will be shut off. Switching to the 1 position will turn the microphone back on.
PERMANENT INSTALLATION To hide cables and install permanently:
Lavalier Wireless Microphone System
1. Locate microphones 6 to 8 feet from the SoundStation Premier console.
2. Drill holes in table to accommodate for thickness of cord. For the extended mircrophone, drill a 1/2" hole. For the SoundStation Premier console, drill a 5/8" hole. 3. Route cables through holes under table.
(8) Low Battery LED
Thank you for choosing the SoundStation Wireless Microphone System. This system operates on a long-range, interference-free VHF high band frequency. It also utilizes a patented companding noise reduction system for excellent dynamic range (120 dB) and hiss-free performance.
(7) On/Off Switch
(2) Softwire Antenna
(5) Output Jack
CHECKLIST OF PARTS Your SoundStation Wireless Microphone System includes the following items:
(4) Signal LED (6) Power Jack (3) Mute Control
(1) Battery Compartment (on the bottom)
If any of the above parts are missing, please contact your Polycom representative or your Polycom authorized dealer.
Powering the Receiver Plug the AC adapter jack into the Power Jack (6) on top of the receiver, then plug the adapter into a 110V AC socket. For battery operation, slide the battery cover on the receiver to the right and place a fresh 9V battery in the Battery Compartment (1), observing the correct polarity. Although a fresh alkaline battery can last up to eight hours in the receiver, in order to ensure optimum performance it is recommended that the battery be replaced after five hours of use. Turn the receiver on by sliding the ON/OFF Switch (7) to the left. The Low Battery LED (8) will flash briefly, indicating adequate battery strength. If the Low Battery LED (8) lights during use, replace the battery. Antenna
w Position microphone six inches from mouth. w Check battery condition indicator before using. w Fully extend softwire antenna.
THE SOUNDSTATION WIRELESS RECEIVER The wireless receiver is powered by the included AC adapter. As an option, the receiver can be powered by a 9 V battery (not included). LED lights indicate low battery and received signal. Controls include an ON/OFF switch and a MUTE adjustment. Audio output and AC adapter connectors are 3.5 mm jacks. An attached softwire antenna extends from the top of the receiver. The standard SoundStation Wireless Microphone System operates on a frequency of 171.905 MHz. Multiple systems operating in close proximity must operate on different frequencies to avoid crosstalk, however, systems using an alternate operating frequency of 203.4 MHz are available. Please contact your Polycom representative or Polycoms authorized dealer if you need an alternate system.
When the system is in use, the Softwire Antenna (2) on the receiver should be fully extended to obtain maximum range. Connecting Audio Output Using the RCA cable provided, connect the 3.5 mm jack to the Output Jack (5) on the receiver. Connect the RCA jack to the AUX connector on the Wall Module.
LAVALIER WIRELESS TRANSMITTER Transmitter Operation Slide the transmitters battery cover open and place the included 9V battery into the Battery Compartment (4), observing the correct polarity. Turn on the transmitter by pushing the Transmitter O N / O F F Switch (2) to the O N position. The Low Battery LED (3) will give a single quick flash. In the case of a dead or low battery, the LED will not go on at all or will stay on continuously, indicating a battery voltage below 7 V. If this occurs, replace with a fresh 9V battery. To preserve battery strength, turn the transmitter off when not in use. With the transmitter O N / O F F Switch (2) switched to O N, clip the transmitter to a belt or place in a pocket. Attach the Microphone (5) at chest level. Do not place too close to mouth a distance of six inches works best. When ready to speak, turn on the microphone by pushing the Audio O N / O F F Switch (1) to the O N position.
(1) Audio On/Off Switch (2) Transmitter On/Off Switch
(3) Low Battery LED
(4) Battery Compartment (on the bottom)
THE SOUNDSTATION Premier Full Duplex Conference
Specifications Audio Bandwidth Loudspeaker Volume Network Interface 200 to 3500 Hz 89dBSPL Two-wire RJ-11 analog PBX or Public Switched Telephone Network interface
Dimensions: Weight: Cabling: Two-wire RJ9, 8 feet Remote Keypad
Power Requirements Console
Size: Weight: Power Supply/ Telephone Interface Wall Module Power: 90-130VAC, 50/60 Hz, 30W Dimensions: Cable Length: 25' to console, 10' to telephone wall jack Weight: Auxiliary Input/Output (auto-sensing) RCA Jack Output: Line level to tape recorder
Dimensions: Weight: Batteries: 2, AAAAlkaline typical power __________ Wireless Microphone System Specifications Overall System Performance Frequency Response: Dynamic Range: Harmonic Distortion: RF Carrier Frequency: Frequency Stability: Modulation: Maximum Operating Range:
200 to 3400 Hz 120 dB (max. SPL to A-weighted noise level) < 0.3% 171.905 MHz and 203.4 MHz.005%, crystal controlled FM / 15 KHz 50 to 200 feet
Universal Module Power: 200-260VAC, 50/60 Hz, 25W Dimensions: Cable Length: 25' to console, 10' to telephone wall jack Weight: RCA Jack; Line level to tape recorder Output: Line level to tape recorder Environmental Requirements Recommended Room Conditions Registration Temperature: Humidity: Reverberation time: < 0.4 seconds Noise level: < 48 dBA UL, FCC, Canada
Wireless VHF Receiver Controls: Audio output: Connectors: Indicators: Mute: Unwanted Signal Rejection: Power Requirements: FCC ID:
Mute adjust 600 ohm unbalanced Audio output; RCA jack. Power input; 3.5 mm jack Low battery and transmitter TX Externally adjustable; 1V preset minimum 60 dB image and spurious Single 9 V alkaline, internal, or 9 V DC power adapter Registration # CKT 78E 151VR
Polycoms obligation to repair, replace, or refund, as set forth above, is your exclusive remedy.
Except as specifically set forth above, Polycom, its affiliates, suppliers, and dealers make no warranties, express or implied, and specifically disclaim any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Wireless Microphone System Specifications (contd) Wireless Transmitter Audio Input Impedance: 600 ohm electric condenser microphone, permanently attached Controls: Transmitter On/Off, Audio On/Off Indicators: Low battery LED Battery: 9 V alkaline Battery Life: 8 hours FCC: Registration # BEK 9E3T20 Limitation of Liability Except as provided below, the liability of Polycom and its affiliates and suppliers for any claims, losses, damages, or expenses from any cause whatsoever (including acts or omissions of third parties), regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise, shall not exceed the lessor of: (1) the direct damages proven; or (2) the repair cost, replacement cost, license fee, annual rental charge, or purchase price, as the case may be, of the equipment that gives rise to the claim. Except as provided below, Polycom and its affiliates and suppliers shall not be liable for any incidental, special, reliance, consequential, or indirect loss or damage incurred in connection with the equipment. As used in this paragraph, consequential damages include, but are not limited to, the following: lost profits, lost revenues, and losses arising out of unauthorized use (or charges for such use) of common carrier telecommunications services or facilities accessed through or connected to the equipment. For personal injury caused by Polycoms negligence, Polycoms liability shall be limited to proven damages to person. No action or proceeding against Polycom or its affiliates or suppliers may be commenced more than twenty-four (24) months after the cause of action accrues. THIS PARAGRAPH SHALL SURVIVE FAILURE OF AN EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
Polycom Limited Warranty and Limitation of Liability
Polycom warrants you, the customer, that your system will be in good working order on the date Polycom or its authorized reseller delivers or installs the system, whichever is later (Warranty Date). If you notify Polycom or its Authorized Dealer within one year of the Warranty Date that your system is not in good working order, Polycom will without charge to you repair or replace, at its option, the system components that are not in good working order. Repair or replacement parts may be new or refurbished and will be provided on an exchange basis. If Polycom determines that your system cannot be repaired or replaced, Polycom will remove the system and, at your option, refund the purchase price of your system or apply the purchase price towards the purchase of another Polycom system. If you purchased your system directly from Polycom, Polycom will perform warranty repair in accordance with the terms and conditions of the specific type of Polycom maintenance coverage you selected. A written explanation of Polycoms types of maintenance coverage may be obtained from Polycom by calling 247-7000 (in the continental U.S. only). If you purchased your system from an Polycom Authorized Dealer, contact your reseller for the details of the maintenance plan applicable to your system. This Polycom limited warranty covers damage to the system caused by power surges.
Unless otherwise expressly agreed to in a written agreement signed by Polycom, Polycom will not be responsible under this limited warranty for damages resulting from: w Failure to follow Polycoms installation, operation, or maintenance instructions.
w Unauthorized system modification, movement, or alteration. w Unauthorized use of common carrier communication services accessed through the system. w Abuse, misuse, negligent acts or omissions of the customer and persons under the customers
w Acts of third parties and acts of God.
Polycom SoundStation 2W
The worldwide leader goes wireless
Polycom SoundStation 2W Benefits Acoustic Clarity Technology Allows simultaneous natural conversation the industrys best full duplex Proven and secure wireless 2.4 GHz WDCT technology with voice encryption for added security Freedom Conference without cords up to 150 feet from the base station Long lasting battery Charge once a week and go! Up to 24 hr. talk time lithium-ion battery with portable charger Unparalleled flexibility Cell phone connector for a new mode of conferencing when there are no phone lines available Easy to use and install Works like other Polycom conference phones, compatible with any analog line Investment protection Software upgradeable through mini-USB port. Ask about our service program
Remarkable Voice Quality. Wireless Freedom.
Now theres a conference phone without cords that gives you the freedom to conference anywhere team collaboration is important even in rooms where there are no phone lines. With superior voice quality to the award winning SoundStation, proven 2.4 GHz wireless technology, added security of voice encryption, up to 24 hours of talk time, and the ability to dial through a cell phone, the SoundStation2W is the new standard for everyday conferencing. SoundStation2W delivers voice quality that is twice as loud and provides twice the microphone sensitivity as the original SoundStation enabling clearer natural, two-way conversations. Our secure and proven 2.4 GHz platform provides simple and robust wireless capability with any analog phone line. SoundStation2W is also the first phone that bridges cell phone convenience and Polycom voice quality. By connecting with a standard headset cable, users can dial through cell phones or transfer between handset and conference phone mode. With reliable 150 foot wireless roaming from the base station, wireless frequency hopping to avoid interference, and a long lasting Lithium-ion battery, the SoundStation2W truly meets todays needs for excellent voice quality and usage flexibility. The SoundStation2W designed to be used where you need it, because the conference room isnt enough! Polycom SoundStation 2W - The freedom to connect any way you want. The SoundStation2W is also an integral component of Polycoms conferencing solutions. With integrated video, voice, data and Web capabilities, only Polycom offers you an easy way to connect, conference and collaborate any way you want. Its our commitment to making distance communications as natural and interactive as being there. Work faster, smarter and better with the SoundStation2W and Polycom.
Connect. Any Way You Want.
Polycom SoundStation 2W Specifications
Polycom SoundStation 2W Console Size (L x W x H) 14.5 x 12.25 x 2.5 in (36.8 x 31.1 x 6.4 cm) Weight 1.90 lb. (0.86 kg) (without battery) Power 12VDC nominal; supplied by battery or portable AC charger Portable charger power supply size & weight 2.2 x 2.85 x 1.85 Weight 1.0 lbs (0.45 kg) Wireless Capability Wireless protocol 2.4 GHz WDCT Digital Spread Spectrum with Frequency Hopping Signal range 150 feet from base station Dual diversity antennas Battery Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery pack Talk time 12 hrs. (Basic Version), 24 hrs. (EX Version) Standby time Up to 80 hrs. (Basic Version), 160 hrs. (EX Version) Charge time 3 hrs. (Basic Version), 6 hrs. (EX version) Signal strength and battery status continuously displayed on LCD Portable console charger 1 Amp standard 110V power supply Audio Polycom Acoustic Clarity full duplex IEEE 1329 Type 1 @ -2dB idle limit Automatic Gain Control (AGC) up to 9 ft. microphone pickup range Gated microphones with intelligent microphone mixing Dynamic noise reduction Console interfaces 2.4 GHz WDCT radio interface to base station 2.5 mm headset jack for cell phone connection (cable included) Interface to charger Mini-USB port for software upgrades 2 EX microphone connections (EX version only) Console locking grommet (compatible with standard laptop/PC security cables) Wall mounting fastening holes Polycom SoundStation 2W Base Station Size (L x W x H) 5.9 x 5.9 x 1.6 in (15.07 x 15.07 x 4.1 cm) Wall mountable Weight 0.7 lb. (0.32kg) User interface Power LED Call in progress LED Console Locating Button with audible console feedback Power Power: 110V, 50/60 Hz (power supply included) Base station power supply size & weight 1.9 x 2.4 x 1.65 Weight 0.55 lbs (0.25 kg) Base station audio auxiliary output Style: RCA jack Output activated from console menu to ensure privacy Base station telco interface Network connection: 2-wire RJ-11 analog PBX or PSTN interface Speech mode Bandwidth 300 Hz to 3.3 kHz Network requirements: compatible with standard PSTN and PBX networks, analog or G.711 encoded Accessories 2 cardioid extension microphones Hz (for EX version only, wired mics) 4-Cell battery pack with 24 hour talk time 2-Cell battery pack with 12 hour talk time Replacement portable console charger Replacement cell phone connector cable Regulatory compliance UL/C-UL ICES-003 FCC Part 15.247 FCC Part 68
Environmental requirements Operating temperature: 40 - 104F (5 - 40C) Relative humidity: 20% - 85% (noncondensing) Storage temperature: -22 - 131F (-30 - 55C) Recommended room conditions Reverberation time: <0.54 seconds Noise level: <48 dBa Approx room size: 10x20 SoundStation2W ships with: Tabletop phone console with integrated display and keypad Compact base station Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack Portable console charger 4 ft. cell phone connection link Base station power cable 1 7-ft. (2.1m) base station telco cable User documentation (user guide CD, quick installation guide, registration card) Warranty 12 months Part numbers 2200-07880-001 Basic model 2200-07800-001 EX model Available in North America only; international availability to be announced at a future date
Security 64 bit voice encryption between console and base station Aux out record feature activated via console keypad Cell phone connection Four foot cable with standard 2.5mm headset plugs Display High resolution backlit graphical LCD Caller ID and phone book Bellcore type 1 (requires a telephone company subscription for activation) Phone book up to 20 entries Keypad 12-key telephone keypad On-hook/off-hook, conference, mute, volume up/down keys, menu, navigation keys 3 context sensitive soft keys including redial, hold, programmable conference key Console loudspeaker Frequency response: 300 to 3300 Hz Volume: adjustable to 94 dBA SPL (peak) volume at 1.0 meters Console microphones 3 cardioid microphones 300 to 3500 Hz
2004 Polycom, Inc. All rights reserved. Polycom, the Polycom logo design and SoundStation are registered trademarks and SoundStation2W is a trademark of Polycom, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Part No. 3726-07998-001 Rev. 3/04
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