Konftel 300 IP
The Konftel 300IP is a flexible SIP-based conference phone that is ideal for companies using IP telephony. It is equipped with Konftel’s patented audio technology OmniSound® 2.0 with wideband to ensure a clear and natural sound. The stylishly designed Konftel 300IP is packed with intelligent functions to make teleconferences more efficient even in larger conferences.
With the Konftel 300IP your company will have a top-quality conference phone that combines all the benefits of IP telephony with innovative new functions.
Menu and Quick Guide: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Swedish.
Call Park / Unpark (if supported by PBX)
Call Pickup (if supported by PBX)
Call recording (local on SD card)
Conference guide: 20 groups per profile, 4 parties/group
Dialing: Phone number and SIP URI
ENUM Support (E.164) if supported by PBX/Server
Local 5-way calls
Music on Hold if supported by PBX
Two configurable SIP accounts
OmniSound® 2.0 Wideband
Reception area: Up to 30 m2 (320 sq ft) > 10 people
Speakers: frequency range: 200–7000 Hz
Volume: Max 90 db SPL 0.5 m
Equalizer: soft, neutral, sharp
Codecs: G722, G711, G729ab
DTMF: In-band / via RTP / SIP INFO
Phone book: < 1000 entries per profile
Export/import of directory
User profile: 4 profiles (password protected)
SIP 2.0, RFC3261 and companion RFCS
Support for SD memory cards up to 2 GB
Network and provisioning
DHCP and static IP
NTP and SNTP
Ethernet 10/100 Base T
NAT traversal: STUN and ICE
Software upgrade: TFTP / HTTP/HTTPS
Export/import of profiles with settings
Embedded web server, HTTP/HTTPS
Web based remote configuration
Web based diagnostics
Log files: Log level, network statistics
Authentication: Basic or Digest
Transport: TLS and SRTP
Password protected accounts
Size: Diameter 240 mm, height 77 mm
Weight: 1kg (2.2 lb)
Colour: L iquorice black
Display and keypad
Display: L CD, 128x64 px (5x2,5 in)
Keypad: Alphanumerical 0–9, *, on, off, mute, hold, volume up, volume down, 5 buttons for menu navigation, line, conference guide
Kensington® security slot
AUX (headset/PA): Modular 4/4
Expansion microphones: Modular 4/4
Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af
Transformer: 100–240 V AC/13.5 V DC
Safety: EN 60950-1:2006, ANSI/UL 60950-1-2002, CAN/CSA-C22.2, N o. 60950-1-03
EMC/Radio: EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1 (2002-08), EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1 (2005-09), F CC Part 15 subpart B class A, F CC Part 15 subpart C, EN 300220-1:2000, EN 300220-2:2000
Temperature: 5-40°C (41-104°F)
Relative humidity: 20–80% condensation free
Konftel 300IP (POE version) , Quick guides
900102080 Expansion microphones, 1 pair
900102087 Interface box for connection to external loudspeaker and microphone system (PA system)
I'm not getting a dialling tone
Check that the phone is registered. This is shown as a shaded box in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen If the box is not shaded, contact your phone administrator.
How can I upgrade my Konftel 300IP with the latest software version?
You need to log in as an administrator to upgrade software in the Konftel 300IP. You can search for the most recent version via the web interface and then install it automatically in the Konftel 300IP. For more details, see “Installation and Administration of Konftel 300IP”.
Simple solution for small companies and individuals.
The Konftel 300IP is connected to a network/Internet and registered in a SIP-server.
What is IP telephony?
IP stands for Internet Protocol and is the standard protocol for transferring information over the Internet between computers and other devices. The same standard is normally used in local networks too. An IP address is the unique network address that a computer has in the network.
An IP phone is a phone that, like a PC, is connected to the network/Internet. Like the PC, it has an IP address and the call is transmitted as data packets over the network. Calls can be made from an IP phone to other IP phones (without leaving the network) and to regular phones over the public telephone network.
The telephone has a normal phone number plus a network address. You can make calls from one IP phone to another using the public network address (e.g. sip:[email protected]).
SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol and is a standardised protocol (communication regulations) for connecting phone calls via networks – in most cases via the Internet too.
To make and receive calls, the phone has to be registered to a SIP switch. The switch can be a company PBX or be located with an IP telephony service provider. The SIP switch ensures that the call is connected to the right address within the network or sends the call to the public telephone network if the recipient is not registered as an IP telephone in the same SIP switch.
An IP phone can be moved and used literally anywhere. The only requirement is for it to be connected to the network/Internet and have contact with the SIP switch where it is registered.
Flexible solution that is usually managed by the company’s IT staff.
The Konftel 300 can be connected to a company’s softswitch.