Cisco 8821-EX Datasheet
Data Sheet
Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX
The Cisco® Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX is a ruggedized, resilient, and secure 802.11
wireless LAN handset that delivers cost-effective, on-premises, comprehensive voice
over wireless LAN (VoWLAN) communications for the highly mobile in-campus
worker.
Availability Planned Q4 CY 2016
The 8821-EX is specifically designed for workers whose roles are in more rigorous, industrial settings. Examples of
ideal use cases include nurses and doctors in healthcare, operations and engineering staff in manufacturing,
customer service representatives in retail, service staff such as maids in hospitality, and workers on rigs in the oil
and chemical industries.
The 8821-EX builds upon all of the features offered by the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821 and adds nonsparking
support for temporary exposure within potentially combustible environments. It is ATEX Class I, Zone 2 and CSA
Class I, Division 2 certified. ATEX Zone 2 is defined as an area in which an explosive gas atmosphere is not likely
to occur in normal operation and, if it does occur, is likely to do so only infrequently and will exist for a short period
only (for example, less than 10 hours per year). Similarly, CSA Class I is a location where a quantity of flammable
gas or vapor sufficient to produce an explosive or ignitable mixture may be present in the air. Division 2 is a
location where a classified hazard does not normally exist but is possible under abnormal conditions. Zone 2 is an
area in which an explosive gas atmosphere does not normally exist.
While the 8821-EX is sleek and lightweight, the design is hardened for users. It is Ingress Protection standard
(IP67) rated and is sealed for protection against dust, splash, and water. The device is also MIL-STD-810G tested,
with a dozen drops onto concrete from heights of up to 6 feet (1.8m), to help ensure shock resistance and avoid
breakage if dropped.
The 8821-EX enhances security and simplifies configuration management. Stronger encryption is supported for
certificate management and policies enablement with the EX model’s support of Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (SHA-2).
Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) eases IT administration by enabling automatic certificate
management on the device.
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End users will enjoy a larger, higher-resolution color display (Figure 1) and a user experience that is common with
Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series desk phones. In addition, roaming between access points within the campus will
support more seamless voice communications with the 8821-EX’s support of Fast Transition (802.11r). This
protocol was specifically designed for mobile voice over IP (VoIP) communications devices within Wi-Fi networks.
Bluetooth is supported for the user’s choice of third-party wireless headsets and adds freedom by untethering the
user from the handset.
The 8821-EX supports Cisco and third-party XML applications such as push-to-talk.
A full suite of accessories, including desktop chargers, cases, holsters, and multicharger, are available from Cisco
to support deployments. Consult the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821/8821-EX Accessories Guide options and
details.
Figure 1.
Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX
Features
The Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX (Figure 1) delivers all the capabilities of the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821
with the ruggedness and resiliency certification needed for deployment in environments such as chemical and
manufacturing plants, utilities, and oil refineries.
Features include:
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ATEX Class I Zone 2 certification
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U.S. and Canada Class I Division 2 and Class I Zone 2 certification
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Industry-standard yellow styling offers fast recognition if an emergency occurs
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IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac radio for VoWLAN communications support
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The large 2.4-inch (6 cm) color (240 x 320 pixels) display makes viewing easy
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IP67 rated for protection against dust, splash, and water
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Compliant with MIL-STD-810G standard for shock resistance
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Offers exceptional voice quality with high-definition (HD) voice
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Built-in full-duplex speakerphone offers high-quality hands-free communications
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Supports third-party Bluetooth 3.0 headsets and a 3.5-mm headphone jack for added freedom
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Applications key provides direct access to XML applications such as push-to-talk and Lone Worker
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Battery life delivers a minimum of 13 hours of talk time
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Enhanced encryption support for SHA-1 and SHA-2 signatures
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Fast, secure roaming using 802.11r and Cisco Centralized Key Management roaming
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Automatic certificate renewal – SCEP support
Table 1 provides a list of the phone’s features, Table 2 summarizes its wireless characteristics, Table 3 lists
specifications, and Table 4 provides certification and compliance information.
Table 1.
Item
Features
Features
Description
● Six line appearances
● Abbreviated dialing
● Adjustable ringing and volume levels
● Adjustable display brightness and timeout
● Audible and vibrating ringers
● Auto-answer
● Auto-detection of headset and auto-answer from headset
● Automatic keypad lock
● Callback
● Call forward
● Call history lists
● Call park
● Call pickup
● Call timer
● Call waiting
● Caller ID
● cBarge
● Corporate directory
● Conference
● Direct transfer
● Extension mobility service
● Fast-dial service
● Group call pickup
● Hold
● Hotkey for keypad lock, ring silent mode, and voicemail access
● Immediate divert
● Join
● Last-number redial – green key
● Malicious caller
● Message-waiting indicator
● Meet-me conference
● Multilevel precedence and preemption (MLPP)
● Music on hold
● Mute
● Network profiles (4)
● OPickUp
● Personal directory
● Predialing before sending
● Privacy
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Item
Description
● Presence
● Quality report tool (QRT)
● Redial
● Ring tone per line appearance
● Service URL
● Shared line
● Time and date display
● Transfer
● Network hold
● Hospitality
● Support for mutual-authentication TLS
● Cisco Unified Communications Manager WLAN profiles
● +Dialing
● Application launch pad
● Busy lamp field (BLF)
● BLF pickup
● BLF speed dial
● Call forward notification
● Forced authorization and client matter codes
● Intercom
● Mobility
● Silent monitoring and recording
● Speed dial
● Voicemail
● Whisper coaching
● Ring setting – phone active (ring, ring once, beep, flash)
● Predictive search on new call
Buttons
● Power button
● Volume up/down
● Two soft-key buttons to access screen-based applications, features, and functions
● Green key (answer/send/redial) and red key (power/end call)
● Application button
● Mute
● Speakerphone
● Five-way navigation support
● Numeric keypad (0-9, *, & #)
Codecs
● G.711a, G.711u
● G.729a, G.729ab
● G.722
● Internet Low Bitrate Codec (iLBC) audio-compression codecs
● iSAC
LEDs
● Ring, message waiting, Wi-Fi status, and charging LEDs
Protocol
● Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Call control
● Cisco Unified Communications Manager: 9.1(2), 10.5(2), 11.0(1), and later
● Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST): 10.x, 11.x, and later
● Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express: 10.x, 11.x, and later
● Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS): 9.x, 10.x, 11.x, and later
Security features
● Certificates
● Image authentication
● Device authentication
● File authentication
● Signaling authentication
● Secure Cisco Unified SRST
● Media encryption using Secure Real-Time Protocol (SRTP)
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Item
Description
● Signaling encryption using Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol
● Certificate authority proxy function (CAPF)
● Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) support for certificates renewal
● Secure profiles
● Encrypted configuration files
● Cryptography is not enabled by default and may be enabled only through a cryptographically enabled Cisco
Unified Communications Manager
● Configuration via Unified Communications Manager, SRST, and Unified Communications Manager Express
administration interfaces
● Bulk provisioning support via desktop charger and USB to Ethernet dongle combination
Provisioning and
management
● Web server for configuration and statistics
● Capability to disable local phone settings
● Quality of service (QoS) reporting: Jitter, delay, dropped packets, and latency on a per-call basis
● Real Time Control Protocol (RTCP) support and monitoring
● Syslog
● Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client or static configuration
● Support for online firmware upgrades using Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
Configuration options
● Domain Name System (DNS)
Application framework
● XML (support push-to-talk, paging, and other applications)
User localization
Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Hong Kong), Chinese (China), Chinese (Taiwan), Croatian, Czech, Danish,
Dutch, English (United Kingdom), English (United States), Estonian, Finnish, French (Canada), French (France),
German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish,
Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish (Spain),
Spanish (Colombia), Swedish, Thai, and Turkish
Network localization
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark,
Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland,
Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea Republic, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal,
Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russian
Federation, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan,
Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe
Table 2.
Wireless Characteristics
Item
Specifications
Protocols
● IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac
Frequency bands
and operating
channels
● 2.412 to 2.472 GHz (channels 1 to 13)
● 5.180 to 5.240 GHz (channels 36 to 48)
● 5.260 to 5.320 GHz (channels 52 to 64)
● 5.500 to 5.700 GHz (channels 100 to 140)
● 5.745 to 5.825 GHz (channels 149 to 165)
● IEEE 802.11d is used to identify available channels
Nonoverlapping
channels
● 2.4 GHz (20-MHz channels): up to 3 channels
● 5 GHz (20-MHz channels): up to 24 channels
● 5 GHz (40-MHz channels): up to 9 channels
● 5 GHz (80-MHz channels): up to 4 channels
Operating modes
● Auto (preference to 5 GHz)
● 2.4 GHz only
● 5 GHz only
Data rates
● 802.11a: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
● 802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, and 11 Mbps
● 802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, and 54 Mbps
● 802.11n: HT MCS 0, MCS 1, MCS 2, MCS 3, MCS 4, MCS 5, MCS 6, and MCS 7
● 802.11ac: VHT MCS 0, MCS 1, MCS 2, MCS 3, MCS 4, MCS 5, MCS 6, MCS 7, MCS 8, and MCS 9 (MCS 9 available
with VHT40 and VHT80 only)
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Item
Specifications
2.4-GHz receiver
sensitivity
IEEE 802.11b:
● 1 Mbps: -98 dBm
5-GHz receiver
sensitivity
Transmitter output
power
IEEE 802.11g:
● 6 Mbps: -95 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT20:
● MCS 0: -95 dBm
● 2 Mbps: -96 dBm
● 5.5 Mbps: -93 dBm
● 9 Mbps: -94 dBm
● 12 Mbps: -93 dBm
● MCS 1: -92 dBm
● MCS 2: -90 dBm
● 11 Mbps: -91 dBm
● 18 Mbps: -90 dBm
● 24 Mbps: -87 dBm
● MCS 3: -87 dBm
● MCS 4: -83 dBm
● 36 Mbps: -84 dBm
● 48 Mbps: -79 dBm
● MCS 5: -78 dBm
● MCS 6: -77 dBm
● 54 Mbps: -77 dBm
● MCS 7: -75 dBm
IEEE 802.11a:
● 6 Mbps: -94 dBm
● 9 Mbps: -93 dBm
● 12 Mbps: -92 dBm
● 18 Mbps: -89 dBm
● 24 Mbps: -86 dBm
● 36 Mbps: -83 dBm
● 48 Mbps: -78 dBm
● 54 Mbps: -76 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT20:
● MCS 0: -94 dBm
● MCS 1: -91 dBm
● MCS 2: -89 dBm
● MCS 3: -86 dBm
● MCS 4: -82 dBm
● MCS 5: -77 dBm
● MCS 6: -76 dBm
● MCS 7: -74 dBm
IEEE 802.11n HT40:
● MCS 0: -91 dBm
● MCS 1: -88 dBm
● MCS 2: -86 dBm
● MCS 3: -83 dBm
● MCS 4: -79 dBm
● MCS 5: -75 dBm
● MCS 6: -73 dBm
● MCS 7: -72 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac VHT20:
● MCS 0: -93 dBm
● MCS 1: -90 dBm
● MCS 2: -87 dBm
● MCS 3: -84 dBm
● MCS 4: -81 dBm
● MCS 5: -76 dBm
● MCS 6: -75 dBm
● MCS 7: -74 dBm
● MCS 8: -70 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac VHT40:
● MCS 0: -90 dBm
● MCS 1: -87 dBm
● MCS 2: -85 dBm
● MCS 3: -82 dBm
● MCS 4: -79 dBm
● MCS 5: -73 dBm
● MCS 6: -72 dBm
● MCS 7: -72 dBm
● MCS 8: -67 dBm
● MCS 9: -66 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac VHT80:
● MCS 0: -87 dBm
● MCS 1: -83 dBm
● MCS 2: -81 dBm
● MCS 3: -78 dBm
● MCS 4: -75 dBm
● MCS 5: -73 dBm
● MCS 6: -68 dBm
● MCS 7: -68 dBm
● MCS 8: -64 dBm
● MCS 9: -62 dBm
2.4 GHz:
● 802.11b: up to 17 dBm
● 802.11g: up to 14 dBm
● 802.11n HT20: up to 13 dBm
5 GHz:
● 802.11a: up to 14 dBm
● 802.11n HT20: up to 13 dBm
● 802.11n HT40: up to 13 dBm
● 802.11ac VHT20: up to 12 dBm
● 802.11ac VHT40: up to 12 dBm
● 802.11ac VHT80: up to 12 dBm
Antenna
● 2.4 GHz: 2.4 dBi peak gain
● 5 GHz: 3.0 dBi peak gain
Access point
support
● Cisco unified access points
◦ Minimum: 7.0.250.0
◦ Recommended: 7.4.121.0, 7.6.130.0, 8.0,100.0
● Cisco autonomous access points
◦ Minimum: 12.4(21a)JY
◦ Recommended: 12.4(25d)JA2, 15.2(4)JB6, 15.3(3)JAB
● Cisco Meraki® access points
Wireless security
Authentication:
Encryption:
● Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) versions 1 and 2
● 40-bit and 128-bit static Wired Equivalent Privacy
Personal and Enterprise
(WEP)
● Extensible Authentication Protocol – Flexible
● Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) and Message
Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST)
Integrity Check (MIC)
● Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol – Microsoft
● Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol Version 2
(PEAP-MSCHAPv2)
● Extensible Authentication Protocol – Transport Layer
Security (EAP-TLS)
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Item
Specifications
Fast secure
roaming
● 802.11r (FT)
● Cisco Centralized Key Management (CKM)
Signature types
● Secure Hash Algorithm 1 (SHA-1) and Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (SHA-2)
Bit key types
● 1024, 4028, and 4096 bit keys
QoS
● IEEE 802.11e and Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)
● Traffic Specification (TSPEC)
● Traffic Classification (TCLAS)
● Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA)
● QoS Basic Service Set (QBSS)
Table 3.
Specifications
Item
Specifications
Display
● 2.4-in. (6-cm) color display with 240 x 320 pixel resolution
Dimensions
(HxWxD)
● 5.2 x 2.2 x 0.7 in. (13.2 x 5.6 x 1.7 cm)
Weight
● Device 4.4 oz (126 g), battery 1.3 oz (37 g), total = 5.7 oz (163 g)
Battery
● 13 hours of voice calling; up to 240 hours standby
● Rechargeable Lithium ion 4.35V, 2060mAh smart battery
Note: Actual battery life varies significantly based on environmental factors, scan mode, and Bluetooth use.
Input power
● Phone: 100 to 240 VAC, ~0.2A, and 50 to 60 Hz
● AC adapters (by geographical region)
Operating
temperature
● Device: 14° to 122°F (-10° to 50°C)
● Battery: -4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)
Storage temperature
● Device: -22° to 140°F (-30° to 60°C)
● Battery: -4° to 113°F (-20° to 45°C)
Relative humidity
● 10% to 95% (noncondensing)
Vibration
● 1.5 Grms maximum, 0.1 in. (2.5 mm) double amplitude at 0.887 octaves per minute from 5-500-5 Hz sweep, and 10minute dwell on three major peaks in each of the three major mutually perpendicular axes
Thermal shock
● -22°F (-30°C) 24 hours; 158°F (70°C) 24 hours
Altitude
● Certified for operation: 0 to 6500 ft. (0 to 2 km)
Endurance
● Ingress Protection IP67
● MIL-STD-810G Drop and Vibration procedures
Drop specs
● Withstand multiple drops of 6 feet on to concrete. 12 drops (6 faces, 4 edges, face and bottom)
Headset
● Wireless: Bluetooth SW 3.0 HW 4.0
● Wired: 3.5 mm stereo headphone/microphone jack
Connector
● Magnetic USB 2.0 On the Go (OTG) connector
Table 4.
Item
Safety
Certification and Compliance
Specifications
● UL 60950-1
● CAN/CSA 60950-1
● EN 60950-1
● IEC 60950-1
● AS/NZS 60950.1
● IEC 60529 (IP 67)
● ATEX Class I Zone 2
● CSA US/Canada Class I Division 2
● CSA US/Canada Class I Zone 2
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Item
Specifications
Electromagnetic
compatibility and
electromagnetic
interference
(EMC/EMI)
● 47 CFR Part 15 Class B
● ICES-003 Class B
● EN 55022 Class B
● AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class B
● CISPR 22 Class B
● VCCI Class B
● EN 61000-3-2
● EN 61000-3-3
● KN 22 Class B
● EN 55024
● EN 50082-1
● EN 61000-6-1
● EN61000-6-3
● EN 300386
● EN 60601-1-2
● KN Immunity Series
● FCC Part 68 (CFR) (HAC)
● NZ PTC 220 DR
Telecom
● AS/ACIF S004 and AS/ACIF S040 (Australia)
● TIA 810-B and TIA 920-A
● Canada-CS-03-HAC
● USA: FCC Part 15.247 (2.4 GHz), FCC Part 15.407 (5 GHz), and FCC Part 2
● Canada: RSS-210
Radio
● Japan: ARIB STD-T66 (2.4 GHz), ARIB STD-T70, and T71 (4.9/5 GHz)
● ETSI: EN 300.328 (2.4 GHz) and EN 301.893 (5 GHz)
● Australia and New Zealand: AS/NZS 4268
● Singapore: IDA TS SRD
● Hong Kong: HKTA1039
● OET-65C (01-01)
● ANSI C95.1 (91)
RF exposure
● RSS-102
● ACA Radio Communications (Electromagnetic Radiation - Human Exposure) Standard 2003
● EN 50360
● EN 301489-1
● EN 301489-17
Ordering Information
Note:
All Cisco IP phones require the purchase of a phone technology license, regardless of the call protocol
being used.
Tables 5 provide ordering information for the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX.
Table 5.
Product Ordering Information
Item
Specifications
CP-8821-EX-K9-BUN
Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX World mode, battery, power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-8821-EX-K9=
Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX World mode device ONLY
CP-BATT-8821=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Battery ONLY
CP-PWR-8821-NA=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for North America, includes power cord and power adapter
CP-PWR-8821-AR=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Argentina, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-AU=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Australia, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
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Item
Specifications
CP-PWR-8821-BZ=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Brazil, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-CE=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Europe, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-IND=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for India, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-KR=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Korea, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-JP=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Japan, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-SW=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for Switzerland, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
CP-PWR-8821-UK=
Cisco Wireless 8821 Power Supply for UK, includes power cord, power adapter, and country clip
Note:
For information about the desktop charger, multicharger, and carrying cases, refer to the Cisco Wireless
IP Phone 8821 Accessory Guide.
Warranty
Cisco IP phones are covered by a Cisco standard 1-year replacement warranty. A Cisco Smart Net Total Care™
optional service agreement is available for the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX, desktop charger, and
multicharger only, not for other accessories, such as batteries and carrying cases. The 8821-EX battery has only a
90-day warranty.
Guidelines
●
This product is not a medical device and may use an unlicensed frequency band that is susceptible to
interference from other devices or equipment.
●
The Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821-EX is offered only in the World mode, and requires an access point that
supports 802.11d to indicate which channels are to be used by the phone.
●
A moist cloth can be used for simple cleaning. For the healthcare environment, Caviwipes and Saniwipes
are the popular recommended choice for thoroughly cleaning the phone. Caviwipes and Saniwipes contain
up to 17 percent isopropanol. Any cleaning solution containing a higher degree of isopropanol, including
pure isopropanol, or an alternate alcohol-based liquid, could potentially damage the phone. Refer to the
Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821 User Guide for detailed instructions.
●
Carry cases can help protect the phone and provide drop protection.
●
The Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821 was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67
under IEC standard 60529. Splash, water, and dust resistance are not permanent conditions, and
resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Users are expected to take care of the Cisco
Wireless IP Phone 8821 and should not deliberately expose the device to a hostile environment of dust,
splash, or water immersion. Do not attempt to charge a wet Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821 or dock it on a
desktop or multicharger. Refer to the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821 User Guide for cleaning and drying
instructions. Liquid damage to the Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821 is not covered under warranty.
●
Use only batteries that are approved by Cisco. Use of unapproved batteries might be dangerous, and will
invalidate the warranty on your phone.
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