5300 Series IP Peripherals and Accessories
Consoles and Peripherals make Mitel IP phones the perfect choice for specialized tasks. Crystal clear conference room calling, advanced attendant consoles and programmable keysets, mobile and secure handsets and headsets, and interconnectivity options solve countless business challenges. The Mitel portfolio comprises the most comprehensive and advanced offering of IP peripherals, conferencing units, and attendant consoles to complement the Mitel IP desktop portfolio.
Handsets and Cordless Accessories
Mitel offers a full range of cordless headsets and handsets to meet every hands-free communications eventuality.
Mitel Phone Peripherals
Whether you need high-speed networking connectivity, expansion keys, conference units, or even to interconnect to traditional analog lines, Mitel has a solution for you.
Mitel Bluetooth Module and Mitel Bluetooth Handset offer unprecedented convenience and corridor mobility for Mitel MiVoice 5330, 5340 and 5360 IP Phone users.
Combining the freedom of cordless mobility with the feature richness of your desktop phone.
The WLAN Adapter delivers wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n dual band (2.4Ghz / 5Ghz) network connectivity to your 6900, 5300 or 6800 series IP phone. Wirelessly enable your IP Phone by simply connecting the WLAN Adapter to the Phone’s network port via the supplied Ethernet cable and then configure the adapter to connect to your home office or enterprise wireless network. The WLAN Adapter’s unique design supplies PoE power to the connected IP phone for a clean and simple single wall adapter power solution
Ideal for users with high bandwidth requirements, the Mitel Gigabit Ethernet Stand delivers the latest technology and advancements in Gigabit Ethernet connectivity giving all compatible Mitel IP phones the ability to migrate as your network evolves.
This module integrates into the Mitel MiVoice 5324, 5330, 5340 and 5360 IP Phones to provide a separate connection to an analog line, such as those found on DSL services, in the event of wide area network failure.