Revolabs FLX 2 - conferencing system

Mfg.Part: 10-FLX2-200-POTS | CDW Part: 4000001 | UNSPSC: 43191512
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  • Conferencing system
  • DECT 6.0
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  • Conferencing system
  • DECT 6.0
Revolabs FLX 2 is a wireless POTS/PSTN and Bluetooth-capable conference phone for small to medium conference rooms and executive offices with up to 8 participants. The unique modular design provides maximum flexibility for speaker and microphone placement with a handset for dialing and private conversations. Video conferencing units and personal computers can be connected using audio in/out ports. The phone will bridge calls from a POTS/PSTTN or a smartphone connected with Bluetooth to calls from a video conferencing unit or a computer-based UC client such as Skype for Business, Zoom, Vidyo and Hangouts.

The 10-FLX2-200-POTS model comes with 2 omnidirectional tabletop microphones which features 360° pickup patterns to capture all speech above and around the microphone, and impervious to GSM noise from other wireless electronic devices, secure: 128-bit encryption means no one will be able to listen in on the signal sent between the microphone and base station, and 8 hours of talk time.
Revolabs FLX 2 - conferencing system is rated4.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ResponseThe Flex@ is an extremely useful phone system. It is easy to use and very efficient for conference calls.
Date published: 2013-04-17T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for small conference roomThis unit does exactly what it advertises.Very easy to set up, just plug host interface into an analog phone line, charge for 8 hrs and it works!Remember to remove units you plan to use from the charging base (documented but made the mistake first couple times...)The speaker quality is quite goodThe convenience of wireless mikes allows for location next to the active speaker(s)As documented the mikes only pick up less than 10' from their location, so this is NOT for a large conference room.
Date published: 2018-06-18T00:00:00-04:00