Konftel 220 Conference Phone *discontinued*

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*Discontinued*  See new Konftel 250 Conference Phone

Konftel 220 is an entry level analog conference phone with advanced features as the more expensive models without the price tag. The Konftel 220 is equipped with Konftel OmniSound audio technology for clear audio. Konftel 220 has pre-programmable speed dialing keys. Konftel 220 has 360deg Omnidirectional microphone pickup.  it can easily cover 12 people in a 320sq feet conference room.  It's also covered by Konfel's two year warranty for worried free reliability.

Technical Specs:

Manual: Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish.

Microphone: Omnidirectional, 360˚.
Coverage range: up to 12 people (30 m2/320 sq ft).
Volume: 90 dB SPL 0.5 m (RMS).
Frequency range: 200-3300 Hz.

Power supply: AC adapter 100-240 V AC/14 V DC, 6 m.
Connects to analogue public phone line or PBX with analogue card via modular 6/6, RJ 11.

Kensington security slot.

Size: Diameter 240 mm, height 77 mm.
Weight: 1 kg (2.2lbs)
Color: Charcoal black.

Keypad: Alphanumerical 0–9, *, #, handset on/F, handset off, mute, hold, volume up, volume down, 5 speed dial keys, conference key, redial.

What's in the box:
Konftel 220 part# 910101080.
Connection cable (900103385)

and  AC adapter (900102125).

Requires Analog Telephone Line. If you don't have an analog phone line, you will need this digital to analog adapter.  Call us 877-999-3838 if you have any questions.

Optional Accessories:

Konftel Soft Travel Case 

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 02 October, 2015.
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