11 simultaneous calls within one radio cell of a multi-cell base
Seamless handover – uninterrupted voice calls when roaming between radio cells in a multi-cell environment
Fast setup and centralised administration of all multi-cell bases via the Web UI of the COMfortel® WS-400 IP or WS-650 IP multi-cell servers
Power supply with PoE (Power over Ethernet) or optional external power supply
The COMfortel WS-Base IP-DECT multi-cell base station has 11 voice channels, controls radio traffic and acts as the link between the handsets and the IP-DECT server. It is responsible for communication and the wireless connection to DECT handsets in the COMfortel M series.
The standard Ethernet connection and operation with power over Ethernet (PoE), combined with a simple and intuitive Web UI, makes setting up a COMfortel WS-Base quick and easy. Depending on the physical conditions, each COMfortel WS-Base covers a circular area between 50 and 300 metres in diameter.
The entire IP-DECT wireless system comprises the COMfortel WS-400 IP or COMfortel WS-650 IP servers, the COMfortel WS-Base base stations, optional COMfortel WS-R2/R4 repeaters and COMfortel M-100/M-210/M-310 DECT handsets.
Everything you need to know about our products comes now. Scroll down for more information.
|Ethernet 10/100 Base-T|
|Power over Ethernet (PoE IEEE 802.3af class 1) or wall power supply 8 V (optional)|
|approx. 2 W|
|between +10 °C and +40 °C|
|between -50 °C and +70 °C|
|between 20 % and 80 %, non condensating|
|up to 11 simultaneous speech channels per radio cell|
|up to 3 COMfortel WS-R2/R4 per base station|
|300 m outdoors, 50 m indoors|
Dimensions (w x h x d)
|100 mm x 100 mm x 38 mm|
|approx. 120 g|
Customer requirements for communication solutions are constantly increasing and with them the complexity and scalability of ITC systems. Project planning therefore takes up more and more time. Here, the free Sales Configurator offers a simple and fast solution. It gives you the opportunity to efficiently plan communication solutions and create project planning proposals.