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Yealink T48U 16-Line IP Phone with Colour Touch Screen

Part Number: T48U

Yealink presents a dynamic business communication solution to executives and professionals with the new T48U IP phone. The T48U employs a large touch screen that makes the switch between pages and applications swift, easy and convenient. United Yealink Optima HD Voice technology and wideband codec of Opus, the T48U awards you the superb audio quality and crystal-clear voice communications. Moreover, the SIP-T48U puts dual USB ports in a phone that makes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB headset and USB recording come true, and you can use any two of them freely according to your needs.

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More Information - Yealink T48U 16-Line IP Phone

The Yealink T48U has a 7", 800 x 480-pixel, backlit-colour touch screen, which enables a rich visual presentation and easy navigation. Accompanied by two USB ports, the T48U is your right-hand man in the office that makes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB headset and USB recording possible, and you can use any two of them freely according to your needs to enrich phone features. Meanwhile, the phone not only has 29 one-touch DSS keys that can be easily programmed to various features, but also can connect up to three expansion modules, for up to 180 additional buttons with a screen-based LCD display and LED system.

Yealink Optima HD Voice technology combines cutting-edge hardware and software with wideband technology for maximum acoustic performance. Being a totally open, highly versatile audio codec, Opus, is designed to perform a higher HD audio quality than other wideband codecs in a high network bandwidth; However, if your current network quality is poor, Opus can provide you with a better audio quality than other narrowband codecs. And its hearing aid compatible (HAC) handset helps the person who is with hearing loss to hear the voice more clearly.

Yealink's T4U series supports efficient provisioning and effortless mass deployment with Yealink’s Redirection and Provisioning Service (RPS) and Boot mechanism to help you realise the Zero Touch Provisioning without any complex manual settings, which makes the T4U series simple to deploy, easy to maintain and upgrade. Furthermore, a unified firmware and auto-p template that applies to all T4U phone models, saves even more time and costs for businesses, as well as simplifies the management and maintenance.

The T4U series uses SIP over Transport Layer Security (TLS/SSL), which is the latest network security technology. It’s also compatible with leading soft switch suppliers, such as 3CX, Broadsoft Broadworks. Moreover, it is carried with dual fimrware images that gives you a enterprise-level protection to avoid bricking your system once upgrade failed.

Yealink T48U IP Phone Key Highlights

  • 7" 800 x 480-pixel color touch screen with backlight
  • Opus codec support
  • Dual USB ports
  • Up to 16 SIP accounts
  • Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet
  • PoE support
  • Paperless label design
  • Headset, EHS support
  • Wi-Fi via WF40/WF50 (sold separately)
  • Bluetooth via BT40/BT41 dongle (sold separately)
  • USB recording
  • Supports colour-screen expansion modules
  • Stand with two adjustable angles
  • Wall mountable (sold separately)

What's in the Box?

  • Yealink SIP-T48U IP phone
  • Handset with handset cord
  • Ethernet Cable (2m CAT5E UTP Cable)
  • Stand
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Please note: a power adapter is NOT included as standard with this unit

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