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Voice Over IP (VoIP) Telephone Sets

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We have 5-pack sales on some of our Toshiba VoIP Phones.

Toshiba’s flagship business telephone sets have been voip since 2003. The flagship is also shared with the Digital models. Both provide almost exactly the same user experience. Each Voice Over IP (VoIP/IP) phone uses your data network to communicate between the PBX and its telephones. Toshiba's 5000 series VoIP telephones represent Toshiba's 3rd generation of VoIP. They are backwards compatable with older Toshiba VoIP (run in 2000 series mode automatically). The 5000 series VoIP phones all have Backlite displays and have a full-duplex speakerphone.

Technical details: Most Toshiba's 5000 series VOIP sets have a 1GB data connection and include an extra 1GB connections for your computer ("one wire to the desk" is possble) (3 new cost reduced models offer only 100MB). The phones can be powered by a "Power over Eithernet" (POE) switch or locally powered with a power cube. Phones support Voice Priority (DIFFSERV or 802.1pq including VLANS. 5000 series phones support G.711 or G.724A codecs. Toshiba 5000 series uses the MEGACO protocol that allows full features and functionality like that of a hardwire sets.

SIP phones are another kind of VoIP phone Toshiba supports. See Telephones page.

Toshiba’s current model VoIP/IP phones are the IP5000 series.

The IP-2000 series are still available new (previous generation).

The IP-5000 are meant to be a replacement for any Toshiba VoIP phone model.
(IP10xx, IP20xx, IP50xx) (note not all new 5000 features will be available on older model Toshiba's).

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Toshiba's IP 5000 Series VoIP/IP Phones:

Features IP5522-SD** IP5022-SD IP5622-SD** IP5122-SD IP5132-SD IP5122-SDC IP5531-SDL** IP5631-SDL** IP5131-SDL
MSRP with License $297 $330 $345 $360 $404 $423 $345 $372 $509
LAN 10/100 1G 10/100 1G 1G 1G 10/100 10/100 1G
LCD 4-line 4-line 4-line 4-line 4-line 4-line 9-line 9-line 9-line
LCD Backlight No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
Total Keys 22 22 22 22 32 22 31 31 31
Number of Prg Keys 10 10 10 10 20 10 10+2+4+10* 10+2+4+10* 10+2+4+10*
Prg Key Labels paper paper paper paper paper paper LCD LCD LCD
Web Browser No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes
Local Analog Line No No No No No Yes No No No
Accepts Add-Ons No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
POE Class 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0
Carbon Interface No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
External Speaker Port No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes
* Note: Relase 5.2 gives and extra 10 feature keys via a "shift" key
** 3 New 10/100 Phones require at least R5.2, MIPU 2_03, LIPU 3_01, eManger R5.10A18, MyPhoneManger R5.10A03
    Note: All models are:
  • Sleek low profile - less than 1-inch thick.
  • Black body with dark grey keys
  • Metalic silver curved tilt stand with 8 adjustable positions
  • Built in headset port
  • Powered from POE (power over eithernet) OR AC Adapter (MSRP = $15)
  • Enabled for optional "offhook call annouce" (speak and get reply over speakerphone while party is using handset/headset)
  • Wall phone mountable
  • Are full duplex speakerphones
  • Capable of handsfree answering of intercom calls
  • Capable of 4 ring tones and 4 ring cadences
  • Equiped with an eithernet port for your computer (1 wire to the desk)
  • Ready for Vlans and QOS
  • Have Terminal Authentication
  • Packages with an eithernet cable
  • IPT Anywhere (take over VoIP set at your last location)

OCA = Off-Hook Call Announce. Ability for another user to talk to you while you are already on a call. All models offer handset OCA (you hear the 2nd caller over the handset. Speaker OCA uses the speakerphone to deliver the 2nd call while you use your handset or headset on the first call. Additional Toshiba features make this useful as compared to annoying.

VoIP/IP PHONES:

See Brochures, User Guides, and Quick Reference Guides for our phone on our "Downloads and Documentations" page.
These are the phones that are used that are used for most locations.
MORE BUTTONS: (max of two KM/LM units per phone)