I have a box of Yealink T40P phones. (3 left)
The original buyer decided to get higher end model phones and so this box includes:
4 are Unopened and unused. 1 has been removed from box and used once.
Comes with 1 year manufacturers warranty (good till Sept 2017)
Note: I have power adapters if you don't have PoE (asking $10 each)
Asking $500 for the box. (worth approx $750 new)
Will offer the phones AT COST, if you consider working with me for small business phone system PBX services.
Wired and wireless headsets available.
132 x 64 pixel graphical LCD with backlight
HD voice: HD Codec, HD Speaker, HD Handset
3 VoIP accounts, BLF/BLA, IPV6, Open VPN
HD voice: HD handset, HD speaker, Wideband codec: G.722, Narrowband codec: G.711(A/μ), G.729AB, G.726, DTMF: In-band, Out-of-band(RFC 2833) and SIP INFO, Full-duplex hands-free speakerphonewith AEC, VAD, CNG, AEC, PLC, AJB, AGC
3 VoIP accounts, One-touch speed dial, redial, Call forward, call waiting, Call transfer, call hold, Call return, group listening, SMS, Mute, auto answer, DND, 3-way conference call, Direct IP call without SIP proxy, Ring tone selection/import/delete, Hotline, emergency call, Set date time manually or automatically, Dial Plan, XML Browser, Action URL/URI/RTCP-XR (RFC3611), VQ-RTCPXR (RFC6035)
Local phonebook up to 1000 entries, Black list, XML/LDAP remote phonebook, Intelligent search method, Phonebook search/import/export, Call history: dialled/received/missed/forwarded
Busy Lamp Field (BLF), Bridged Line Appearance(BLA), Anonymous call, anonymous call rejection, Hot-desking, Message Waiting Indicator (MWI), Voice mail, Call park, call pickup, Intercom, paging, Music on hold, Call recording
Display and Indicator:
2.3” 132x64-pixel graphical LCD with backlight, LED for call and message waiting indication, Dual-colour (red or green) illuminated, LEDs for line status information, Intuitive user interface with icons and soft keys, National language selection, Caller ID with name, number
3 line keys with LED, 5 features keys: message, headset, mute, redial, hands-free speakerphone, 4 context-sensitive “soft” keys, 6 navigation keys, 2 volume control keys, Mute key, Headset key, Hands-free speakerphone key Interface:2xRJ45 10/100M Ethernet ports, 1xRJ9 (4P4C) handset port, 1xRJ9 (4P4C) headset port, 1XRJ12 (6P6C) EHS port, Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af ), Class 2
Other Physical Features:
Stand with 2 adjustable angles, Wall mountable, External universal AC adapter (optional): AC 100~240V input and DC 5V/600mA output, Power consumption (PSU): 1.05-3.23W, Power consumption (PoE): 1.7-3.2W, Dimension(W*D*H*T): 212mm*189mm*175mm*54mm, Operating humidity: 10~95%, Operating temperature: -10~50°C
Configuration: browser/phone/autoprovision, Auto provision via FTP/TFTP/HTTP/HTTPS for mass deploy, Auto-provision with PnP, BroadSoft device management, Zero-sp-touch TR-069, Phone lock for personal privacy protection, Reset to factory, reboot, Package tracing export, system log
Network and Security:
SIP v1 (RFC2543), v2 (RFC3261), Call server redundancy supported, NAT transverse: STUN mode, Proxy mode and peer-to-peer SIP link mode, IP assignment: static/DHCP, HTTP/HTTPS web server, Time and date synchronization using SNTP, UDP/TCP/DNS-SRV(RFC 3263), QoS: 802.1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3, ToS DSCP, SRTP for voice, Transport Layer Security (TLS), HTTPS certificate manager, AES encryption for configuration file, Digest authentication using MD5/MD5-sess, OpenVPN, IEEE802.1X, IPv6
Here is a video review: https://vimeo.com/171615799