Accessories

Accessories
Accessories
• Supported Accessories, page 1
• View the Accessories Associated with Your Phone, page 2
• Headsets, page 2
• Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module, page 7
Supported Accessories
You can use your phone with different types of accessories, such as headsets, microphones, and speakers.
This table shows you which ones you can use with your particular phone.
In the following table, an X indicates support for an accessory by a particular phone model and a dash (-)
indicates no support.
Table 1: Accessory Support for the Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series
Accessory
Type
Cisco IP Phone
8811
8841
8845
8851
8851NR
8861
8865
—
—
—
2
2
3
3
8865NR
Cisco Accessories
Cisco IP Add-on
Phone
module
8800 Key
Expansion
Module
Wall
Mount Kit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3
X
Third-Party Accessories
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View the Accessories Associated with Your Phone
Accessory
Type
Cisco IP Phone
8811
8841
8845
8851
8851NR
8861
8865
Analog
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Analog
Wideband
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Bluetooth
—
—
X
X
—
X
X
—
USB
—
—
—
X
X
X
X
X
Microphone External
PC
—
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
Speakers
—
—
—
—
—
X
X
X
Headset
External
PC
8865NR
View the Accessories Associated with Your Phone
You can use headset jack, Bluetooth, or USB port to connect external hardware to your phone. The accessory
list, by default, contains an analog headset that can be set up to enable wideband
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Press Applications
.
Select one of the following options:
• Accessories
• Bluetooth
Step 3
Step 4
(Optional) Select an accessory and press Show detail.
Press Exit.
Headsets
Check with the headset manufacturer to confirm whether you can use it with your Cisco phone.
If you plug a headset into the phone during an active call, the audio path automatically changes to the headset.
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Standard Headsets
Standard Headsets
You can use a standard headset with your desk phone.
Connect a Standard Headset
Standard headsets plug into the back of the phone.
Procedure
Plug the headset into the jack on the back of the phone and press the cable into the cable channel.
Figure 1: Standard Headset Connection
Set Up a Wideband Standard Headset
You can use a headset that supports wideband audio. Wideband audio improves the quality of the sound you
hear in the headset.
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Press Applications
.
Select Accessories > Analog headset > Setup.
Press On or Off to enable or disable wideband for the analog headset.
Press Return .
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USB Headsets
USB Headsets
You can use a USB headset for your calls if your phone has a USB port.
For a list of supported headsets, see Unified Communications Endpoint and Client Accessories. USB headsets
that are not listed may not function properly if you attach them to the USB port. For more information, see
the documentation from your USB headset manufacturer.
Connect a USB Headset
When you use USB headsets with your phone, keep in mind:
• You can use only one headset at a time. The most-recently connected headset is the active headset.
• If you are on an active call and unplug a USB headset, the audio path does not change automatically.
You need to press the Speakerphone button or pick up the handset.
Procedure
Plug the USB headset plug into the USB port on the phone.
Bluetooth Headsets
You can use a Bluetooth headset for your calls if your phone supports Bluetooth.
When you use Bluetooth headsets with your phone, keep in mind:
• If you have both a Bluetooth headset and a standard headset attached to the phone, only one type of
headset works at any time. When you enable one headset, the other is automatically disabled.
• If you use a USB headset, both the Bluetooth and analog headset are disabled. If you unplug the USB
headset, you need to enable the Bluetooth or standard headset.
• For optimum headset coverage, use your Bluetooth headset within 10 feet (3 meters) of the phone.
• Your phone supports the Bluetooth Handsfree Profile. If your Bluetooth headset supports these features,
you can use your headset to:
◦Answer a call
◦End a call
◦Change the headset volume for a call
◦Redial a number
◦View Caller ID
◦Reject a call
◦Divert a call
◦Place a call on hold by answering an incoming call
◦End a call by answering an incoming call
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Bluetooth Headsets
For more information, see the documentation from your Bluetooth headset manufacturer.
Related Topics
Bluetooth and Your Phone
The Cisco IP Phone 8800 Series
View Your Paired Bluetooth Devices
Turn Bluetooth On or Off
When Bluetooth is active, the Bluetooth icon
appears in the phone screen header.
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Press Applications
Select Bluetooth.
Press On or Off.
.
Add a Bluetooth Headset
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Make your Bluetooth headset discoverable.
Press Applications
.
Select Bluetooth > Add Bluetooth device.
Your phone searches for discoverable accessories.
Select your headset and press Connect.
(Optional) If prompted, enter the PIN for your headset.
Disconnect a Bluetooth Headset
You should disconnect your Bluetooth headset before you use it with another device.
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Wireless Headsets
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Press Applications
.
Select Bluetooth.
Select a Bluetooth headset.
Press Disconnect.
Remove a Bluetooth Headset
Remove your Bluetooth headset if you aren't going to use it with your phone again.
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Press Applications
.
Select Bluetooth.
Select a Bluetooth headset and press Delete.
Wireless Headsets
You can use most wireless headsets with your phone. For a list of supported headsets, see http://www.cisco.com/
c/en/us/products/unified-communications/uc_endpoints_accessories.html.
Refer to your wireless headset documentation for information about connecting the headset and using its
features.
Enable an E-Hookswitch Headset
Electronic Hookswitch headsets use a base station and a wireless headset. The base station plugs into your
phone headset jack. After installing the headset, you enable it on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Press Applications
.
Navigate to Settings > E-Hookswitch connected.
Select Yes.
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Swap Headsets While on a Call
Swap Headsets While on a Call
You can connect an analog headset, a Bluetooth headset, and a USB headset simultaneously to your phone.
However,you can use only one headset at a time.
When you connect multiple headsets to the phone, you can switch among the headsets during a call by pressing
the Headset key on the phone. Though the phone is connected to multiple devices, you see a specific headset
is selected as the preferred audio device in the following priority order:
• When you connect a USB headset, a Bluetooth, and an analog headset to the phone, you can make your
USB headset the preferred audio device.
• When you connect a Bluetooth and an analog headset to the phone, you can make your Bluetooth device
the preferred audio device.
• When you connect only an analog headset to the phone, you make your analog headset the preferred
audio device.
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Before you make or answer a call, press Headset.
(Optional) If you place a call, dial the number.
Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module
The Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module allows you to add extra line appearances or programmable
buttons to your phone. The programmable buttons can be set up as phone line buttons, speed-dial buttons, or
phone feature buttons.
Table 2: Key Expansion Module Support
Cisco IP Phone Model
Number of Key Expansion Modules Supported
8851 and 8851NR
2 key expansion modules with 72 lines or buttons
8861, 8865, and 8865NR
3 key expansion modules with 108 lines or buttons
When multiple key expansion modules are attached to the phone, they are numbered according to the order
in which they are connected to the phone. For example:
• Key expansion module 1 is the closest unit to the phone.
• Key expansion module 2 is the unit in the middle.
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Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module Buttons and Hardware
• Key expansion module 3 is the farthest unit from the phone.
Figure 2: Cisco IP Phone 8861 with Three Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Modules
Caution
The slots in the side of the phone are designed only for use with the spine connectors on the key expansion
module. Insertion of other objects permanently damages the phone.
When you use key expansion modules, check with your administrator about power requirements.
Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module Buttons and Hardware
The following table describes the features of the key expansion module.
LCD screen—Displays the phone number, speed-dial number (or name or other text label),
phone service, phone feature, or privacy assigned to each button.
Icons that indicate line status resemble (in both appearance and function) the icons on the phone
to which the key expansion module is attached.
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Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module Buttons and Hardware
1
Lighted buttons—18 line buttons. Depending on the mode, each button or pair of buttons
corresponds to one line (same as on the phone). For mode information, see the descriptions of
1-column and 2-column mode that follow this table. The lights beneath each button indicate the
state of the corresponding line as follows:
•
light off—Line available or a call is ringing on an inactive page.
•
green steady—Line in use by you, you have a call on hold, or a call being transferred.
•
•
2
red steady—Line in use by someone else or someone else has a call on hold on a
shared line.
amber steady—Line ringing.
Shift buttons—2 buttons. Each button corresponds to one page of 18 buttons. The button for
page 1 is labeled as 1 and the button for page 2 is labeled as 2. The lights in each button indicate
the state of the page as follows:
•
green steady—Page is in view.
•
light off—Page is not in view.
•
amber steady—Page is not in view with one or more alerting calls on the page.
•
red steady—Page is in view with one or more alerting calls on the page.
Your administrator sets up the key expansion module to display in one-column or two-column mode.
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Cisco IP Phone 8800 Key Expansion Module Buttons and Hardware
One-Column Mode
In one-column mode, each row in the display corresponds to one line. You can access this line by either
the button on the left or the button on the right. In this configuration, the key expansion module displays
nine lines on page 1, and nine lines on page 2.
Figure 3: Key Expansion Module with One Column
Two-Column Mode
In two-column mode, each button on the left and right of the screen is assigned to a different phone
number, speed-dial number (or name or other text label), phone service, or phone feature. In this
configuration, the key expansion module displays up to 18 items on page 1, and up to 18 items on page
2.
Figure 4: Key Expansion Module with Two Columns
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Place a Call on the Key Expansion Module
Place a Call on the Key Expansion Module
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Press the line button on the key expansion module.
Dial a phone number.
Adjust the Key Expansion Module Screen Brightness
Procedure
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Press Applications
.
Select Settings > Brightness > Brightness - Key expansion module x, where x is the number of the key
expansion module.
Press right on the Navigation pad to increase brightness. Press left on the Navigation pad to decrease brightness.
Press Save.
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Adjust the Key Expansion Module Screen Brightness
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