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Cisco 6800 Key Expansion Module for Cisco 6851 IP Phone

Part Number: CP-68KEM

CP-68KEM

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CP-68KEM

The Cisco 6800 IP Phone Key Expansion Module (CP-68KEM-3PCC=) extends the capabilities of the Cisco 6851 SIP Phone (sold separately) with additional buttons. This module adds 14 physical buttons along with access to 14 additional buttons via the page buttons, for a total of 28 additional buttons. The KEM supports the Programmable Line Key (PLK) function, but does not support any SIP registrations. Calls may be monitored and answered using the PLK function, but calls may not initiated from the KEM. The Cisco 6851 IP phone (sold separately) supports one KEM only. The Cisco 6800 KEM comes with a footstand and cable to connect it directly to the base device in a traditional side-by-side configuration.

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More Information - Cisco CP-68KEM

Features such as three-way conferencing, on-hook dialling and anonymous caller blocking make the Cisco SPA504G suitable for office workers and executives alike. Please note that the PSU is sold separately.

Cisco CP-68KEM Key Highlights

  • 3.5" grayscale backlit LCD display
  • 14 physical buttons (28 using page keys)
  • Compatible with: Cisco 6851
  • Powered by host phone
  • Illuminated buttons
  • Power save mode
  • Supplied with footstand and cable to connect directly to the phone in a traditional side-by-side configuration

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