Jabra Link 180 Desktop Phone to PC Switch for Unified Communications
Switch to Unified Communications the cost-effective way
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Jabra LINK 180 provides a smooth and cost-effective migration path from traditional telephony to Unified Communications. If you already have a deployment of headsets, there is no need to buy new ones. The switch enables you to answer calls from desk phones and softphone clients using the same Jabra QD (Quick Disconnect) headset. This makes Jabra LINK 180 ideal for offices and contact centers, which are in transition to PC-based telephony, or uses a combination of desk and softphones to maximize operational efficiency.
- Switch seamlessly between desk and softphone using the same headset
- Cost-effective migration to Unified Communications
- Enables use of Jabra desk phone headsets with PC-based softphones
- Manual switch for simple, hassle-free operation
- Compatible with any corded Jabra QD headset
- Compatible with all leading brands of softphones
Q How is Jabra LINK 180 powered?
A Jabra LINK 180 is powered via the USB cable to the computer. There is no need for a separate power supply.
Q Does Jabra LINK 180 work with all computers and desk phones?
A The product is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows and Mac, as well as all leading desk phones (Avaya, Siemens, Nortel, etc.) and softphones (MSOC, CIPC, MSN, Skype etc.)
Q Does Jabra LINK 180 offer a mute functionality?
A There is no mute functionality built into Jabra LINK 180. However, the customer will be able to have an inline mute switch by adding the SKU 8855-00-00 at the QD connector.
Q Which switch settings does Jabra LINK come with?
A Pos. A: M-, R, R, M+ (most common setting used on phones)
Pos. B: R, M-, M+, R (Cisco and some Avaya phones*)
Pos. C: R, M+, M-, R (Ascom and Astra Office phones)
*To connect to Avaya 96xx phones a GN1216 is required.
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