Cisco CP-DOUBLFOOTSTAND= holder

DATA SHEET
Cisco IP Phone
Expansion Module 7914
can adjust the contrast of the individual LCDs for
the Cisco 7960 phone and Cisco 7914 Expansion
Module according to your preference. The 14
buttons on each Cisco IP Phone Expansion
Module 7914 can be programmed as a directory
number (DN), line key, or speed-dial key, much
like the Cisco IP Phone 7960. When used as a DN
key, buttons are illuminated, allowing easy
identification of call state.
Illuminated Buttons
Call coverage is a critical capability for
administrative assistants and others who must
monitor, manage, and cover the various status of
calls. This requires the ability to instantly
determine the status of a number of lines beyond
the six-line capability of the Cisco IP Phone 7960.
The Cisco IP Phone Expansion Module 7914
extends the capabilities of the Cisco IP Phone
7960 with additional buttons and an LCD
display. With this expansion module, you add 14
buttons to the existing six buttons of the Cisco IP
Phone 7960, increasing the total number of
buttons to 20 with one module or 34 when you
add two Cisco 7914 Expansion Modules. You can
use up to two Cisco 7914 Expansion Modules
with a Cisco IP Phone 7960 (Figure 1).
The large LCD display of the Cisco IP Phone
Expansion Module allows for quick and easy
identification of associated buttons. Using the
Settings menu of the Cisco IP Phone 7960, you
Button
Line Status
Off/dark
Line available
Green, steady
Line in use by you; you may
also transfer the call
Red, steady
Line in use by someone else
Amber, flashing
Line ringing
Green, flashing
You have the call on hold
Red, flashing
Someone else has the call on
hold
These capabilities provide features that are similar
to typical Direct Station Selection/Busy Lamp
Field (DSS/BLF) modules but are not intended
to be directly equal to legacy DSS/BLF modules.
The Cisco 7914 is not an operator or attendant
console. The primary function of the Cisco 7914
Expansion Module is to provide the Cisco 7960
with additional keys for speed-dial or directory
numbers. The illuminated buttons provide ease of
line status making the Cisco 7914 an ideal call
coverage tool.
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Figure 1 Cisco IP Phone 7960 with Two Cisco 7914
Expansion Modules
• New footstand is required, single
(CP-SINGLFOOTSTAND=) (Figure 2) or double
(CP-DOUBLFOOTSTAND=) (Figure 3) as
appropriate
• Power cube (CP-PWR-CUBE=) and cord
(CP-PWR-CORD-xx=) to supply local power
Figure 2
Required Items for Single Cisco 7914
Expansion Module Installation*
Typical Scenario: You receive a call for your director at
extension 12345. You look at your Cisco 7914 Expansion
Module and see that your director has a call in progress
with another party and another call on hold. Looking at
the Cisco 7914 Expansion Module LCD, you note that
another manager in your group has just completed a
call and might be able to assist the incoming caller.
You consult briefly with the incoming caller and then
transfer the call to the available manager.
Features and Benefits
Line Key: Using the Cisco CallManager Administration
tool, the system administrator assigns one or more DN to
buttons on the Cisco 7914 Expansion Module as desired.
The line key will show the appropriate designation.
Speed Dial: Each button not used as a line (DN) key can
be programmed as a speed-dial key in the same manner as
the Cisco IP Phone 7960. You can use the Cisco IP Phone
User Options Web page to program a speed-dial number
and label the associated button with an appropriate name.
Figure 3
Required Items for a Double Cisco 7914
Expansion Module Installation
System Requirements
Cisco CallManager Version 3.1(2c) or later
Hardware Requirements
• Cisco IP Phone 7960 (CP-7960)
• Cisco IP Phone Expansion Module 7914 (CP-7914=)
(maximum of two modules) (Connecting cable
supplied with each Cisco 7914)
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Power Requirements
Ordering Information
Number
of Cisco
7914s
CP-7914=
Cisco 7960
Power Source Items to Order
Cisco IP Phone Expansion
Module 7914
CP-SINGLFOOTSTAND=
Single module footstand
1
In-line
CP-DOUBLFOOTSTAND=
Double module footstand
CP-PWR-CUBE=
Cisco IP Phone Power Cube
CP-PWR-CORD-xx=
Cisco IP Phone Power Cube
Country Cord
1
2
One, Cisco 7914 Expansion
Module
One, single footstand
One, power cube
One, country cord
Local power
(cube)1
One, Cisco 7914 Expansion
Module
One, single footstand
In-line or local2
Two, Cisco 7914 Expansion
Module
One, double footstand
One, power cube
One, country cord
1. A single Cisco 7914 can receive power from a locally-powered Cisco 7960.
2. Local power must be connected to the first Cisco 7914. This supplies power to both
Cisco 7914s.
Always order at least one footstand with a Cisco 7914.
For example:
1 CP-7914=
1 CP-SINGLFOOTSTAND=
Another example, if you are adding two Cisco 7914s to a
Cisco IP Phone 7960 (North America) order:
2 CP-7914=
1 CP-DOUBLFOOTSTAND=
Footstand
Replacement of the standard Cisco 7960 footstand is
required. The standard footstand is replaced with a
two-piece footstand specifically designed to support the
Cisco 7914. Two footstands are available: a single
footstand where one Cisco 7914 is used and a double
footstand where two Cisco 7914 Expansion Modules are
used on a single Cisco 7960.
The only tool required for installation of the Cisco 7914
is a flat blade screwdriver or other appropriate tool to
unlatch the pins securing the footstand to the Cisco 7960.
Technical Specifications
Dimensions:
8.0 in. x 4.75 in. x 2.0 in.
(203 mm x 121 mm x 51 mm) (HxWxD)
Weight
0.82 lb (366 g)
Power
48 VDC, 40mA max
LCD Operating
Temperature
32 to 104 deg F (0 to 40 deg C)
Relative Humidity
10% to 95% (noncondensing)
Storage
Temperature
12 to 140 deg F (-10 to 60 deg C)
1 CP-PWR-CUBE=
1 CP-PWR-CUBE-NA=
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