Plantronics U10P Polaris Cable 10' coiled

Plantronics U10P Polaris Cable 10' coiled

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This is a replacement cable that connects Plantronics Polaris P-Series Headsets to the telephone jack on applicable phones. The black coiled cord has a QuickDisconnect plug on one end and a male modular plug on the other end. It is specially wired to make Plantronics Polaris headsets sound louder on phones with a built-in amplifier. This cable is included with all Plantronics Polaris headset purchases. Order this headset ONLY as a replacement for the original (older) Plantronics P-Series Headset.

If you have not yet purchased a headset, you can also purchase the Polaris P-series headsets which have the "headset" connector built in.

Key Features:

  • 10' coiled
  • Also know as the Plantronics U10P cable
  • Replacement cable for for use with the original Plantronics P-series headsets and direct connect to Nortel Norstar phones.
  • Smoky gray RJ9 color plug.
  • two year warranty

 

**If you have Polycom Soundpoint IP phones (IP300, IP301, IP335, IP430, IP500, IP501, IP550, IP600, IP601, IP650, IP670, CX300, CX600, CX700, VVX400, VVX410, VVX500, VVX600, VVX1500) with a dedicated headset jack, you can use this Polaris cable with the Plantronics “SupraPlus” (H251, H251N, H261, H261N), “TriStar” (H81, H81N) model headsets or "EncorePro" (HW291N, HW301N) series.

** It's also compatible with following Digium Phones: Digium D40, Digium D50, Digium D70

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 14 July, 2004.
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