SpectraLink 7540 DECT IP PhoneThe SpectraLink 7540 (formerly known as KIRK 5040) is an elegant yet robust Bluetooth handset with a large color display and intuitive menu structure. These features make the Polycom KIRK Kirk 5040 a valuable tool and preferred choice for mobile workers in administrative working environments across the range of vertical markets.
Charger and Power supply are sold separately
SpectraLink 7540 02451000 Product Overview
- Supported on Microsoft® Lync
- TFT color display (65,000 colors, 8 lines of text/icons)
- Internal/external ring pattern, volume control, vibrator and silent modes
- Telephone book with 250 name entries (4 numbers per name)
- Loud speaking/Hands free
- Headset connection (optionally connect/hang up and volume adjustment in headset)
- Speech/stand by time: Up to 20/200 hours
- Weight incl. battery: 110g
- Size (LxWxH): 146x48x19mm
- 2 types of chargers (w/wo USB 2.0 connection)
- 12 menu languages (UK, FR, DE, ES, IT, NL, CZ, PL, DK, NO, SV, FI)
If this is your first deployment, you will need the SpectraLink Single Stand 75-Series Charger with USB Port to program the phones. Only 1 SpectraLink Single Stand 75-Series Charger with USB Port needed per deployment
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- Standby Time
- 100+ hours
- Talk Time
- 9+ hours
- Screen Display Type
- Frequency Supported
- 1.9Ghz DECT
- Call Notification Method
- Ring, Vibrate, Silent
- High Definition
- Protocols Supported
- SIP, SCCP, H.323
- Charger Base Available Separately
- Battery Type
- Lithium Ion
- Headset Support
- 2.5mm, Bluetooth
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We've had a group of 12 of these in a rough environment for 3 years, with zero issues. The phones are rugged and dependable. The entire Kirk system is bulletproof...
It's not the cheapest phone on the market, but, what's it worth to have phones that work??