EXP20 - High-Performance LCD Expansion Module
The Yealink EXP20 is the next iteration of the company’s flexible and powerful SIP-T27G/P and SIP-T29G advanced IP phone models. The EXP20 contains a large and user-friendly liquid crystal display (LCD) interface that measures 160x320 pixels, as well as contains 20 physical, dual-color LED keys. The additional screen space and added number of buttons simplify user navigation and streamlines essential operational functions such as speed dial, BLF, BLA, call forwarding, transfer and hold. Up to six EXP20 phone systems can be strung together on a single daisy chain.
The advanced new Yealink EXP20 is an ideal IP phone system for receptionists, administrative assistants or contact center workers who need to monitor and manage a large volume of calls on a regular basis.
Key Features and Benefits
An All-New Design
The EXP20 touts an all-new design that mirrors the eloquent look and feel of the T27G, T27P and T29G models. The solution brings to the table multiple convenient, user-friendly features such as rubber feet covers in order to prevent sliding, as well as a flexible base that allows the phone to stand in multiple dynamic positions. These features, among many others, contribute to more enjoyable user experience.
A Richer Visual Experience
The solution’s expansive screen, combined with an added backlight and multi-page layout, simplifies navigability for the end-user. These
functionalities, combined with 38 programmable LED keys, provides the rich visual experience that professionals need to exceed in today’s demanding workplace.
The EXP20 supports up to six expansion modules. It should be noted, however, that if you exceed two connections, the device will require a conventional power supply of 5V/1.2A.
- A diverse range of actionable,
- LCD-accessible icons
- 160x320 graphic LCD with backlight
- 20 physical, dual-color LED programmable keys
- 18 additional keys available
- Supports up to six modules
- Two accessible pages
- Stand with two adjustable angles
- Two or fewer expansion modules can be powered by the host phone