BLUETOOTH MODULE BT03
The Dock-N-Talk™ can also connect to Bluetooth equipped cell phones by
attaching the Phone Labs Bluetooth Module which allows a wireless
Bluetooth connection to your cell phone without the need to connect
with a cable.
Any time you walk
into to your home or office your cell phone will be automatically
connected to the Dock-N-Talk™ through the Bluetooth Module and is
instantly ready to make or receive calls using your cellular service.
When you leave home or move out of bluetooth range, the Bluetooth
Module will automatically disconnect the connection to your home phones
and any active call will be continued on the cell phone.=> Click here for MFG. compatibility
of 2008, Phone Labs is offering a new Bluetooth Module, the BT03,
which provides the latest Class 1 Bluetooth 2.0 advanced features
and extended range (Class 1) of 300' or
more and is supported by the Dock-N-Talk™, the Unity™ and the Enterprise Telephone™ firmware
with versions 1.XX and above.
important new feature of the latest Bluetooth Module allows the user to
pair up to 8 phones to the same Bluetooth Module. However, only one
cell phone at a time can be actively connected to the Bluetooth Module.
The new Bluetooth module can be identified by the model number of BT03
on the back label.
0.XX firmware versions of the Dock-N-Talk™ and Enterprise Telephone™
will not be compatible with the new BT03 Bluetooth Module. However, all
the prior versions of the Bluetooth Modules will continue to be
compatible with the newest firmware versions.
The maximum effective range of the
prior Bluetooth Module BT01 is 30 ft and for the BT03 is 300 ft
or more but can be less depending on the levels of competing radio frequency interference.
Bluetooth devices transmit and receive in the 2.4Ghz frequency spectrum. There can
be interference issues with using a Bluetooth device in the same area as
2.4Ghz cordless phones hybrid 5.8 Ghz cordless phones and Wi-Fi 802.11b & 802.11g, which also
operate on the 2.4Ghz frequency. Since 2.4Ghz and hybrid 5.8 Ghz cordless phones and
use high power signals in the same 2.4Ghz frequency, they can
interfere with lower power devices such as Bluetooth.
For best results when using other 2.4Ghz devices, keep those devices as far away as possible from the Dock-N-Talk™ and
NOTE: The Push-To-Talk feature doesn't work with the Bluetooth
module. PTT feature is only supported with a cable connection.