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CP-8831-K9 (Refurbished)
CP-8831-K9 (Refurbished)

CP-8831-K9 (Refurbished)

The Cisco Unified IP Conference Phone 8831 enhances people-centric communications, combining superior high-definition (HD) audio performance and 360-degree coverage for all sizes of conference rooms and executive offices. It provides an audiophile sound experience with a full-duplex two-way wideband (G.722) audio hands-free speaker.

The IP Conference Phone 8831 is a simple, scalable solution that meets the challenges of the most diverse rooms. It provides flexible deployment options and expansion by using extension microphones that can be wired or wireless (Digital Equipment Cordless Telephone (DECT)) with a daisy-chain configuration of two units.

The IP Conference Phone 8831 has an industrial design with enhanced ergonomics that puts the user first. It offers a detached control panel so that the display may be easily viewed without having to move the entire unit. It also provides easy view of device mute status from all sides.

Manufacturer: Cisco
Product Description:
Cisco Unified IP Conference Phone 8831 - conference VoIP phone
Product Type: Conference VoIP phone
VoIP Protocols: SIP, SRTP
Voice Codecs: G.711, G.722, G.729a, G.729ab, iLBC
Package Content: Conference phone console, conferencing base unit
Speakerphone: Yes ( digital duplex )
Caller ID: Yes
Voice Mail Capability: Yes
Call Services: Voice Mail, Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, Call Transfer, Call Hold, Message Waiting Capability
Display: LCD display - monochrome - Yes
Network Ports: Qty 1 x Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX
Compatible Software: Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1 or later

Condition: Refurbished
Manufacturer: Cisco
Warranty: 1-year Arcas Warranty

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