Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module

Data Sheet
Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module
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Figure 1.
Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module
Product Overview
Call coverage is a critical capability for administrative assistants and others who must monitor, manage, and cover
the status of calls. This capability requires the ability to instantly determine the status of numerous lines beyond
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those of the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971, 9951, and 8961 models.
The Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module extends the capabilities of the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971,
9951, and 8961 models with additional buttons and a color LCD display. This key expansion module adds 18
physical keys with access to 18 additional keys through the page keys for a total of 36 additional keys. You can
connect up to three Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Modules to the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971, up to two
key expansion modules to the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9951, and one key expansion module to the Cisco Unified IP
Phone 8961.
You can connect the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module to the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971, 9951, and
8961 models directly in the traditional side-by-side fashion or indirectly in a tethered fashion with an optional tethered
cord.
The Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module comes with a foot stand and all necessary hardware to connect it
directly to the base device. Tethered configuration requires the purchase of the tethered cord.
The key expansion module also articulates in the same manner as that of the Cisco Unified IP Phones it connects to,
allowing you to match the same articulation angle.
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Features and Benefits
The large LCD display of the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module allows for quick and easy identification of
associated buttons. Using the Preferences menu of the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971, 9951, and 8961 models, you
can adjust the brightness of the individual key-expansion-module LCDs according to preference.
You can program feature key buttons on the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module as a directory number,
line key, or speed-dial key. The buttons are illuminated, and when configured as a directory number or shared-line
keys they allow for easy identification of call state. This capability provides features that are similar to those of typical
direct station selection/busy lamp field (DSS/BLF) modules but are not intended to be directly comparable to those of
traditional DSS/BLF modules. The Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module is neither an operator nor an
attendant console. Its primary function is to provide the Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971, 9951, and 8961 models with
additional keys for features such as speed dial or directory numbers. The illuminated buttons make it easy to
determine line status, making the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module an ideal call-coverage tool.
The two illuminated page buttons beneath the display of the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module allow you
to shift between the first and second pages of 18 buttons, providing access to all 36 keys, 18 at a time.
Table 1 describes the features and benefits in more detail.
Table 1.
Features and Benefits
Feature
Benefits
Illuminated Buttons
Off (dark)
Line available
Green, steady
Line in use
Red, steady
Line in use by someone else
Amber, flashing
Line ringing
Illuminated Page Buttons
Off (dark)
Page not in focus
Green, steady
Page in focus
Amber, flashing
Page not in focus, with one or more alerting or on-hold calls present on page
Hardware and Power-Saving Features
Graphical display
The 4.3-in. graphical (TFT) color display provides 16-bit color depth and 480 x 272 effective pixel resolution, with
backlight. The display also supports localization requiring double-byte Unicode encoding for fonts.
Articulation
You can articulate the display to match the same angle as the Cisco Unified IP Phone it is connected to.
Directory-number and feature
buttons
The module has 18 physical buttons (36 with page key).
Page buttons
The two Page buttons are used to access each page of 18 buttons and provide phone status.
Sleep or inactivity mode
When Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971, 9951, and 8961 models are in power-saving sleep or inactivity mode, the
Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module is also in sleep or inactivity mode. Pressing any button on the key
expansion module causes the displays to awaken. The system administrator configures the inactivity period.
Hardware Support and Compatibility
Table 2 describes the Cisco IP Color Key Expansion Module hardware support compatibility.
Table 2.
Cisco IP Color Key Expansion Module Hardware Support Compatibility
Cisco Unified IP Phone Model
Number of Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Modules Supported
9971
3
9951
2
8961
1
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Product Specifications
Table 3 describes the Cisco IP Color Key Expansion Module hardware product specifications.
Table 3.
Product Specifications
Feature
Specifications
Physical dimensions
9.21 x 5.04 x 1.61 in.
(H x W x D)
(234 x 128 x 41 mm)
Weight
Charcoal: 1.03 lb (465g)
White: 1.1 lb (498g)
Power
48 VDC, 117 mA maximum
Operating temperature
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Relative humidity
10 to 95%
Storage temperature
12 to 140°F (–10 to 60°C)
Approvals and compliance
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cuipph/all_models/regulatory_compliance/english/install/guide/ip
hrcsi3.html
System Requirements
Table 4 lists the system requirements for the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module.
Table 4.
System Requirements
Phone Firmware/Media Control Server
Release
Cisco Unified IP Phone firmware
9.0(1) and later
Call-control compatibility
Cisco Unified Communications Manager 7.1(3) and later; Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site
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Telephony (SRST) 7.1 (Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(24)T) and later
Power Requirements
If the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module is connected to a Cisco Unified IP Phone that uses 802.3AT
power, a local power supply is not required. If the phone uses 802.3AF power, you must connect a power cube to it
for it to supply power for all connected key expansion modules. If the phone is already locally powered by a power
cube, no additional power cube is required when installing the key expansion module to it.
Ordering Information
To place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering Home Page and refer to Tables 5 and 6. To download software, visit the
Cisco Software Center.
Table 5.
Ordering Information
Product Name
Part Number
Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module, Charcoal
CP-CKEM-C=
Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module, White
CP-CKEM-W=
Cisco Unified IP Phone Audio Cable, Charcoal (optional)
CP-AUDIO-CABLE-C=
Cisco Unified IP Phone Audio Cable, White (optional)
CP-AUDIO-CABLE-W=
Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Tethered Cord (optional)
CP-CKEM-CORD=
Cisco Unified IP Phone Power Cube
CP-PWR-CUBE-4=
Cisco Unified IP Phone Power Country Cord
CP-PWR-CORD-xx=
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Table 6.
Ordering Information – AC Country Power Cords
Country Cord
Part Number
Asia Pacific
CP-PWR-CORD-AP=
Argentina
CP-PWR-CORD-AR=
Australia
CP-PWR-CORD-AU=
European Community
CP-PWR-CORD-CE=
China
CP-PWR-CORD-CN=
Japan
CP-PWR-CORD-JP=
North America
CP-PWR-CORD-NA=
Switzerland
CP-PWR-CORD-SW=
United Kingdom
CP-PWR-CORD-UK=
Warranty
Cisco Unified IP Phones are covered by a Cisco standard 1-year replacement warranty.
For More Information
For more information about the Cisco Unified IP Color Key Expansion Module, visit
www.cisco.com/go/ipphones/accessories,or contact your local Cisco account representative.
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