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The 1140E brings voice and data to the desktop by connecting directly to a Local Area Network (LAN) through an Ethernet connection and is ideally suited for managers and knowledge workers, this multi-line Avaya IP Phone supports presentation of data and Web-centric applications on its high resolution graphical display, while an integrated USB port streamlines applications navigation with use of standard USB mice and keyboards.
The 1140E IP Phone uses the customer IP data network to communicate with the Communication Server 1000. The 1140E translates voice into data packets for transport using Internet Protocol. A Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server can be used to provide information that enables the IP Phone 1140E network connection.
Product Type: IP Phones
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Six User-Defined Feature Keys With Labels and Indicators
Four Soft Keys:
Four-way navigation cluster with new “Enter/Send” key maximizes user choice and flexibility in navigation
Graphical, High-Resolution Lcd Display, Backlit, With Adjustable Contrast:
High-resolution, backlit, graphical, pixel-based display, combined with a flexible five-position adjustable footstand placement optimizes viewing under varied lighting conditions
High-Quality Speaker Phone
Volume Control Keys for Adjusting Ringer, Speaker, Handset, And Headset Volume
Six Specialized Feature Keys:
Six Call-Processing Fixed Keys:
- Expand to PC
Gigabit Ethernet Ports:
Supports Gigabit Ethernet, positioning the phone’s internal switch to accommodate growing multimedia-intensive PC-based applications, thus aligning with investment made in the wiring closet
Built-In Gigabit Ethernet Switch for Shared PC Access:
Integrated 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet switch with LAN and PC ports reduces costs, enabling a single cable drop to support both the phone and a collocated PC
Support for a Bluetooth Headset:
Integrated Bluetooth 1.2 audio gateway supports Bluetooth headsets, boosting productivity with greater freedom at the desktop
Headset Jack With an On/Off Key
USB Port to Support a Keyboard or Mouse:
Integrated USB port powers standard USB mice and keyboards, providing input and navigation options for application interaction and simpler menu selection.
Automatic Network Configuration
Wireless Headset Support Using a Bluetooth® 1.2 Compliant Audio Gateway (Headset Profile, Bluetooth Power Class 2)
Supports 802.3af standard-based PoE and local AC power via power adapter
Secured Tools Menu:
Offers local access to configuration, diagnostic and user preference options
Customized data and Web-based applications:
Supports customized data and Web-based applications via external application servers, enriching users’ experience with advanced multimedia interaction
Added convenience and time savings with field-upgradeable firmware using Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) or for sites requiring enhanced secure firmware upgrades: UNIStim File Transfer Protocol (UFTP)2
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