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PennNet Phone Telephone Sets

PennNet Phones: Polycom SoundPoint, VVX, and Soundstation.

Note: Please do not plug any computers or laptops into the access port on any model of PennNet Phone, doing so will degrade the voice performance of your set and others on the network.

Soundpoint 550

Polycom Soundpoint 550

Polycom 550 Phone Set
  • Call Lists/Directories - Lets you view call history for missed, received, and placed calls; make a call from the call lists; and add names and phone numbers to your personal phone book. You can also save phone numbers from received and placed calls to your personal directory.
  • Caller ID - Information is displayed on the display screen.
  • Call Timer - A timer displays shows the length of an active call.
  • Conference Key - Create a 3-way conference call.
  • Dial Softkey - Used in conjunction with Call Lists, Directories, and the dial pad to make calls.
  • Directories - Access your call history lists or personal contact directory.
  • Backlit Display Screen - Lets you view standard phone information, access menus, and use softkeys to select calling features like Conference and Transfer. In standard view, the screen displays the time, date, and your telephone number; the screen displays an envelope icon when you have messages waiting. Adjust the back light level to suit your environment.
  • Do Not Disturb Key - Toggle on and off to prevent your phone from ringing. Unanswered calls are diverted to voice mail, if activated.
  • Headset - Lets you listen hands-free by inserting the plug of the headset into the headset jack and then toggling the Headset key on or off.
  • High Definition Voice – Experience life-like sound quality
  • Hold Key - Place calls on hold.
  • Messages Waiting Indicator - An envelope icon will appear in the display window to the left of the telephone number that has a voice mail message, and a (vertical) red light (thin line) will flash above the upper right corner of the display screen.
  • Line Indicator - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered (These lights are next to the 4 line keys on the left side of the display.).
  • Dial Pad - Works exactly like the dial pad on a traditional phone.
  • Line Keys - Supports maximum of 4 lines with LED status indicators (red/green) to indicate call state.
  • Menu Key - Lets you change the phone settings for contrast (shades of the display screen), select the ring type (multiple ring types are provided), and set caller preferences such as display contrast, time and date.
  • Messages Key - One touch calling to the voice mail system.
  • Mute Key - Lets you toggle one/off the microphone during a conversation.
  • Navigation Arrows - Up and down arrow keys let you navigate through the menu system and scroll through on-screen text.
  • Redial Key - Redial the last number placed from your phone.
  • Ring Control - Set the ring tone for each line key, over 12 options available including a silent ring for lines that need not ring on every phone set where it appears.
  • Applications Key - Lets you access the public view of the Penn Online Directory.
  • Softkeys - Are used to activate various features and functions (softkeys are displayed along the bottom of your phone screen). The options displayed above the softkeys will change depending on the state of phone. For example, when you are speaking with someone the End Call option appears; when the phone is idle New Call is displayed.
  • Speaker - A full duplex speaker phone, use the key to toggle the speaker phone on/off.
  • Speed Dial - Blank line keys can be used for one touch dialing to frequently used numbers.
  • Transfer Key - Use the Transfer key or Transfer softkey to initialize a transfer.
  • Volume - Lets you adjust the volume during a conversation. When the phone is idle, you can also use the volume key to adjust the ringer volume.

 

Polycom Soundstation 650

Polycom 650 Phone Set
  • Call Lists/Directories - Lets you view call history for missed, received, and placed calls; make a call from the call lists; and add names and phone numbers to your personal phone book. You can also save phone numbers from received and placed calls to your personal directory.
  • Caller ID - Information is displayed on the display screen.
  • Call Timer - A timer displays shows the length of an active call.
  • Conference Key - Create a 3-way conference call.
  • Dial Softkey - Used in conjunction with Call Lists, Directories, and the dial pad to make calls.
  • Directories - Access your call history lists or personal contact directory.
  • Backlit Display Screen - Lets you view standard phone information, access menus, and use softkeys to select calling features like Conference and Transfer. In standard view, the screen displays the time, date, and your telephone number; the screen displays an envelope icon when you have messages waiting. Adjust the back light level to suit your environment.
  • Do Not Disturb Key - Toggle on and off to prevent your phone from ringing. Unanswered calls are diverted to voice mail, if activated.
  • Expansion Module - Optional – Add 1, 2 or 3 expansion modules to a 650 handset to accommodate more telephone lines.  Each module adds 14 buttons but the maximum number of lines supported cannot exceed 34, the remaining open buttons can be used for one touch dialing of numbers saved in the contact list/speed dial.
  • High Definition Voice – Experience life-like sound quality
  • Headset - Lets you listen hands-free by inserting the plug of the headset into the headset jack and then toggling the Headset key on or off.
  • Hold Key - Place calls on hold.
  • Messages Waiting Indicator - An envelope icon will appear in the display window to the left of the telephone number that has a voice mail message, and a (vertical) red light (thin line) will flash above the upper right corner of the display screen.
  • Line Indicator - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered (These lights are next to the 6 line keys on the left side of the display.).
  • Dial Pad - Works exactly like the dial pad on a traditional phone.
  • Line Keys - Supports maximum of 6 lines with LED status indicators (red/green) to indicate call state.
  • Menu Key - Lets you change the phone settings for contrast (shades of the display screen), select the ring type (multiple ring types are provided), and set caller preferences such as display contrast, time and date.
  • Messages Key - One touch calling to the voice mail system.
  • Mute Key - Lets you toggle one/off the microphone during a conversation.
  • Navigation Arrows - Up and down arrow keys let you navigate through the menu system and scroll through on-screen text.
  • Redial Key - Redial the last number placed from your phone.
  • Ring Control - Set the ring tone for each line key, over 12 options available including a silent ring for lines that need not ring on every phone set where it appears.
  • Services Key - Lets you access the public view of the Penn Online Directory.
  • Softkeys - Are used to activate various features and functions (softkeys are displayed along the bottom of your phone screen). The options displayed above the softkeys will change depending on the state of phone. For example, when you are speaking with someone the End Call option appears; when the phone is idle New Call is displayed.
  • Speaker - A full duplex speaker phone, use the key to toggle the speaker phone on/off.
  • Speed Dial - Blank line keys can be used for one touch dialing to frequently used numbers.
  • Transfer Key - Use the Transfer key or Transfer softkey to initialize a transfer.
  • Volume - Lets you adjust the volume during a conversation. When the phone is idle, you can also use the volume key to adjust the ringer volume.

Polycom SoundPoint 650 Expansion Module

Polycom 650 Expansion Module
  • Expansion Module for Polycom 650 handset - Add 1, 2 or 3 expansion modules to a 650 handset to accommodate more telephone lines. Each module adds 14 buttons but the maximum number of lines supported cannot exceed 34, the remaining open buttons can be used for one touch dialing of numbers saved in the contact list/speed dial.
    • 650 handset - 6 buttons - supports 6 telephone numbers
    • One module - 14 buttons - supports 14 telephone numbers (set 6 + module 14 = 20)
    • Two modules - 28 buttons - support 28 telephone numbers (set 6 + modules 28 = 34)
    • Three modules - 42 buttons - support 34 telephone numbers the remaining 8 buttons can be used as speed dial keys. There is a software limitation that allows a maximum of 34 telephone number registrations per handset.
  • Display Screen - High resolution display screen.
  • Line Indicator - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered.
  • Line Keys - Supports maximum of 14 lines with LED status indicators (red/green) to indicate call state. Line Keys can be used to support a telephone number or speed dial.
  • Speed Dial - Blank line keys can be used for one touch dialing to frequently used numbers, and as a short cut to transfer calls faster and without error.

 

Polycom VVX 201

Polycom VVX 201 Phone Set

Recommend use - As a wall phone in common areas such as hallways, labs, and lobby areas. A good fit for a location or position with light to moderate phone usage. The VVX 201 conveniently fits into the existing wall mount that supports Polycom 321 handsets currently installed on campus.

This phone is not recommended for desktop. It does not have physical buttons/keys for hold, transfer, and voicemail. Additional tools accessible through the Apps Softkey are not currently supported on this phone; this includes the Public view of the Penn Directory, Intercom Directory, as well as access to news and local weather.

  • Caller ID - Information is displayed on the phone screen.
  • Call Timer - A timer displays shows the length of an active call.
  • Dial Softkey - Used in conjunction with call lists, directory and dial pad to make calls.
  • Dial Pad - 0-9 Plus * and # symbols.
  • Directory & Call Lists - View call history for missed, received and placed calls; make a call from the call logs. You can save phone numbers from call lists to the phones’ Directory. Create a Favorites list of your most frequently called numbers.
  • Display Screen - Lets you view caller id, call timer, access menus, and use softkeys to select features like Conference and Transfer. When the phone is not in use, the screen displays the time, date, and your telephone number; the screen displays an envelope icon when you have messages waiting.
  • End Call Softkey - to hang up or end a call.
  • Headset - The phone has an RJ-9 headset port. Read this Polycom PDF for a list of compatible devices.
  • Hold Softkey - Place a call on hold. (Login to PPS to enable Music on Hold).
  • Home Key - Lets you change the phone settings for contrast (shades of the display screen), select the ring type (multiple ring types are provided), and set caller preferences such as Call Waiting or activate features such as Do Not Disturb and Speed Dial.
  • Indicator Light/Message Waiting - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered. Solid red when there are new messages in the voicemail box associated with a phone number on the handset.
  • Mute Key - Lets you toggle one/off the microphone during a conversation.
  • Navigation Arrows & Select button - Four keys let you navigate through the phone’s menu and scroll through on-screen text. Each arrow is a short cut to a frequently used feature. Left - Received Calls. Right - Placed Calls. Up - Favorites. Down - Missed Calls.
  • Softkeys - The 4 keys located along the bottom of the display screen. The options displayed above the softkeys will change depending on the state of phone. For example, when you are using the phone to speak with someone Hold and the End Call option appear; when the phone is idle New Call, Directory, and DND (do not disturb) are displayed.
  • Speaker - Toggle speaker phone on/off.
  • Volume - Lets you adjust the volume during a conversation. When the phone is idle, you can also use the Volume key to adjust the ringer volume.

 

Polycom VVX 401

Polycom VVX 401 Phone Set

Recommend use - Standard desk phone. The VVX 401 is a good fit for positions with occasional to heavy phone usage. This phone replaces both the Polycom 550 and 650 handsets currently installed on campus.

The 401 supports up to 12 numbers; with an expansion module a maximum of 34 numbers. The numbers can be a combination of campus phone numbers, intercom lines, as well as ACD lines. Spare line keys can be used as speed dial/favorites keys.

  • APPS Softkey - Lets you access the public view of the Penn Online Directory, Intercom Directory, access to news and local weather.
  • Adjustable base – 3 settings available, select the best angle for your environment.
  • Caller ID - Information is displayed on the phone screen.
  • Call Timer - A timer displays shows the length of an active call.
  • Dial Pad – 0-9 Plus * and # symbols.
  • Dial Softkey - Used in conjunction with Call Lists, Directory, and the dial pad to make calls.
  • Directory & Call Lists - View call history for missed, received, and placed calls; make a call from the call logs. You can save phone numbers from call lists to the phones’ Directory. Create a Favorites list of your most frequently called numbers.
  • Display Screen – Large color display lets you view caller id, call timer, access settings like adjust back light level, and use softkeys to select features like Redial and Conference. When the phone is not in use, the screen displays the time, date, and your telephone numbers; the screen displays an envelope icon (if enabled) when you have new voice mail messages. This colorful display is not a touch screen.
  • DND - Do Not Disturb Softkey - Toggle on and off to prevent your phone from ringing. Unanswered calls are diverted to voice mail, if activated.
  • End Call Softkey – to hang up or end a call.
  • Headset - Lets you listen hands-free by connecting a headset and then toggling the Headset key on or off. Reuse the RJ9 style headset that works with your Polycom SoundPoint phone or use a USB headset. Read this Polycom PDF for a list of compatible devices.
  • Hold Key - Place a call on hold. (Login to PPS to enable Music on Hold)
  • Home Key – (menu) lets you change the phone settings such as brightness of the screen or date time format shown. Select the ring type (multiple ring types are available), and set preferences such as Call Waiting or activate features such as Do Not Disturb.
  • Indicator Light/Message Waiting - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered. Solid red when there are new messages in the voicemail box associated with a phone number on the handset.
  • Line Indicator - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered.
  • Line Keys - Supports maximum of 12 lines with LED status indicators (red/green) to indicate call state. Can be used for intercom, ACD lines, campus phone numbers, or speed dial keys.
  • Message Key - One touch calling to the voice mail system.
  • Messages Waiting Indicator - An envelope icon will appear in the display window to the left of the telephone number that has a voice mail message, and a (vertical) red light (thin line) will flash above the upper right corner of the display screen.
  • Mute Key - Lets you toggle one/off the microphone during a conversation.
  • Navigation Arrows & Select button - Four keys let you navigate through the phone’s menu and scroll through on-screen text. Each arrow is a short cut to a frequently used feature.
    Left – Received Calls. Right – Placed Calls.
    Up – Favorites. Down - Missed Calls.
  • New Call Softkey – Press to place a call.
  • Redial - Press the HOME key and select Redial, or use the Navigation Arrows.

 

Polycom SoundStation IP 6000

Polycom Soundstation IP 6000
Equipped with high definition voice technology to deliver vibrant life-like conversation, the Polycom SoundStation IP 6000 is designed for conference rooms and offices: you can speak naturally from up to 12-feet away from the phone and still be heard clearly on the far end of the call. Optional extension microphones are available to provide increased coverage for larger rooms.
  • High Definition Voice strong>– Experience life-like sound quality
  • Noise Reduction - Provides dynamic noise reduction
  • Full-duplex Sound - For natural two-way conversations, so you can talk and hear at the same time, no more awkward walkie-talkie conversations.
  • Greater Room Coverage - Speak naturally from up to 12 feet away from the microphone.
  • High- Resolution Display - Enables robust call information.
  • Backlit Display Screen - For easy viewing and menu navigation.
  • Indicator Light - Blinks or glows red when you have an incoming call, green when the call has been answered.
  • Softkeys - Are used to activate various features and functions (softkeys are displayed on the phone screen). The options displayed above the softkeys will change depending on the state of phone. For example, when you are speaking with someone the Hold option appears; when the phone is idle New Call is displayed.
  • Volume Key - Lets you adjust the volume during a conversation. When the phone is idle, you can also use the Volume button to adjust the ringer volume.
  • Mute Key - Lets you toggle one/off the microphone during a conversation.
  • Redial Key - Redials the last call placed from the phone.
  • Select Key - Choose an item on the menu.
  • Phone Key - Lets you originate a call, end a call, and answer incoming calls.
  • Dial Pad - Works exactly like the dial pad on a traditional phone.
  • Scroll Key - Lets you navigate through the menu and scroll through on-screen help text.

 

Model 393-00x - RED ALERT - Emergency Telephone, Single-Button Auto-dial, Surface-Mount

  • Weather-Resistant Wall-Mount Design, Type-3R
  • Rugged Valox (glass-reinforced polyester) Enclosure, Safety Yellow
  • Telephone Line Powered, (No Battery or External Power Required for Telephone Operation)
  • Large “Palm” Activation HELP Pushbutton For Emergency Call
  • Standard or SMART Operation
  • Auto Answer (with Silent Monitoring)
  • (2) Programmable Auxiliary Outputs for Peripheral Equipment Control
  • Operating Range of -20°C to +60°C
  • Call Received When Lit L.E.D.
  • Voice Annunciation Option
  • Extreme Cold Weather Option (-40°C)
  • 3-Number Rollover
  • UL/CSA 60950 Compliant
  • FCC Part 68 Certified
  • ADA Compliant
  • Monitored by TMA (Telephone Management Application) Software

Model 397-00x - Emergency Telephone, Single-Button Auto-dial, Flush-Mount

  • Weather-Resistant Flush-Mount Design, Type-3R
  • Telephone Line Powered, (No Battery or External Power Required for Telephone Operation)
  • Large “Palm” Activation HELP Pushbutton For Emergency Call
  • Standard or SMART Operation
  • Auto Answer (with Silent Monitoring)
  • (2) Programmable Auxiliary Outputs for Peripheral Equipment Control
  • Operating Range of -20°C to +60°C
  • Call Received When Lit L.E.D.
  • Voice Annunciation Option
  • Extreme Cold Weather Option (-40°C)
  • 3-Number Rollover
  • UL/CSA 60950 Compliant
  • FCC Part 68 Certified
  • ADA Compliant
  • Monitored by TMA (Telephone Management Application) Software