SpeechOne

Docking Station and Status Light

Become more productive

by speeding up your workflow

The stable and innovative Philips SpeechOne Docking Station provides wireless charging and easy pairing with the SpeechOne Wireless Headset. The magnetic mechanism makes docking the device incredibly easy. Simply snap-on the headset for a hassle-free and reliable charge. The Status Light reduces interruptions and increases productivity. Benefit from a smoother and easier workflow which saves you time and allows you to be more efficient.

Easy pairing with a Philips SpeechOne Wireless Headset for flexible use over multiple work stations

Just place your Philips SpeechOne into the station and it will be paired within moments and is ready for use. This allows you to be more flexible and easily work with various docking stations in different places.

Wireless charging for added convenience

The battery of the SpeechOne headset can be charged easily and wirelessly up to 80% in only one hour. The magnetic mechanism makes docking the device incredibly easy. Simply snap-on the headset for a hassle-free and reliable charge.

Status Light for reducing interruptions and increasing productivity

Reclaim control over your availability by clearly signifying to colleagues whether you are “available” or “busy”. Thanks to the flexible, rotating magnetic mounting system of the Status Light, you can easily attach it on different surfaces. The light automatically turns red when you are using the headset to record or in a call. You can always change your status using the button on the docking station.

Full control over your dictations and Skype calls for added efficiency

The dedicated buttons on the docking station allow you to control your dictations without having to touch your headset. The LEDs clearly indicate the status of the recording and battery status. You can also pick up or decline incoming Skype Business calls.

Kensington security slot for theft protection

Use the Kensington lockdown equipment to secure the Docking Station to a desktop or other surface, protecting it against theft.

Optional foot control for hands-free dictation

An optional foot control (ACC2300 series) can be connected directly to the Docking Station and used for comfortable hands-free recording control.

Your Docking Station and Status Light comes with

  • Philips SpeechOne Docking Station
  • Philips Status Light
  • USB to micro-USB cable 1.5 m / 4.9 ft

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Connectivity
Computer:
micro-USB type B (compatible with USB 3.0)
Power:
micro-USB type B
Foot control:
USB type A
Remote control:
mini-DIN (6 pins)
Status light:
mini-DIN (4 pins)
Wireless connectivity
Technology:
2.4 GHz ISM Band
Modulation:
8-FSK
Operating range:
up to 5 m / 16 ft (in clear view)
Convenience
Kensington lock theft protection
Green specifications
Compliant to 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
Lead-free soldered product
Operation conditions
Temperature:
5° – 45° C / 41° – 113° F
Humidity:
10 % – 90 %
Dimensions
Docking Station:
120 × 120 × 30 mm / 4.7 × 4.7 × 1.2 in, 395 g / 13.9 oz
Status Light:
36 × 36 × 98 mm / 1.4 × 1.4 × 3.9 in, 58 g / 2.1 oz
Design and finishing
Material:
high-class polymers
Farbe:
black
Package contents
Philips SpeechOne Docking Station
Philips Status Light
USB to micro-USB cable 1.5 m / 4.9 ft
Available accessories
SpeechOne Remote Control ACC6100
AirBridge Wireless Adapter for SpeechOne and SpeechMike Premium Air ACC4100

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