Field Trial Information WL4
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On this page you will find some very useful information for the OpenScape WLAN Phone WL4 field trials.
Keep important functionality
- Start of phone calls, Menus
- Centralized management via WSG
- Easy deployment option
- housing protection class IP44, for cleaning and disinfection
- Receiving of Messaging with WL4 Messaging (via Messaging License)
- Message confirmation, colors, priority
- Personal Alarm with WL4 Plus
- Push-button Alarm, Man-down Alarm, Call after alarm
- New mechanical design
- New modern Wi-Fi chipset with 802.11ac
- Voice Enterprise Roaming improvements 802.11k, 11r
- Larger color TFT display (2,0” size, 240x320 pixels)
- 3.5 mm headset connector
- Wideband audio, with HD loudspeaker and microphone
- Improved certificate handling, SCEP
Support of existing
- WSGs, Software update needed
- Desktop charger, multi handset rack charger
- Desktop programmer
- New battery form
- New multi battery rack charger
- Jabra adapter cable QD / 3.5mm jack, order number: 8800-00-103
Software to be use
This section gives an overview of the Software to be used in the WL4 field trial.
WL4/WL4 Plus Software
- OpenScape WLAN Phone WL4/WL4 Plus 2.2.6 or any newer version
- Wireless Service Gateway (WSG) 4.6.1 or any newer version
- WinPDM 3.14.0 or any newer version
This section provides the preliminary manuals.
WL4 Administrator Documentation
- OpenScape WL4, Configuration Manual, Service Documentation, Issue 1 (Preliminary Version)
- OpenScape WL4, Migration Guide, Service Documentation, Issue 1 (Preliminary Version)
- OpenScape WL4, System Planning, Planning Guide, Issue 1 (Preliminary Version)
WL4 User Guides
- OpenScape WL4, User Guide, Issue 1 (Preliminary Version)
- OpenScape WL4, Handset, Quick Reference Guide, Issue 1 (Preliminary Version)
Please note, existing OpnStage WL3 guides can be found here.
Please use the dedicated Circuit Conversations for feedback.