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HDA50

Open SIP Headset Adapter
  • Hear and be heard, even in busy call centers
  • Take and make calls easily using most USB headsets
  • Track data and troubleshoot remotely
  • Save time, money and stress with auto updates
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Overview

Great news for soft phones

Your customers deserve great service. Your reps deserve great tools. Make both sides of the conversation happy with the HDA50 open-SIP headset adapter that delivers desk phone call quality when using a soft client. It’s ideal with Plantronics models but plays well with most USB softphone headsets, too. Remote data tracking and troubleshooting and set-and-forget software updates make it even easier to use.

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Benefits

Features

HDA50 Features

Specifications

  • PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS
    • Access to internet via a switched ethernet port
    • Active phone service subscription with all required SIP credentials to make and receive calls
    • USB Type-A headset supporting HID protocol
    • HDA50 VoIP endpoint
    • Power adapter
    • 1 x RJ-45 ethernet cable (80 inches/203 centimeters)
    • Quick start/installation guide
    • Velcro tape
    • 1 year
    • 6.9 cm x 6.9 cm x 3.0 cm (2.7 in x 2.7 in x 1.2 in)
    • 198 grams/7 ounces
    • Shipping weight: 340 grams/12 ounces (including power supply, ethernet cable and packaging)
    • Internet (WAN): 2 x 10/100BaseT ethernet port (802.3)
    • USB Type-A: USB 2.0 (headset port)
    • Reset button: located on bottom of case
    • LED indications: power on, status, ethernet activity (WAN), upgrade in progress status, packet RX/ TX and USB headset status
    • Phone: 2 x RJ-11 FXS analog phone port (optional)
    • Call routing rules
    • SIP service configurable inbound call routing rules
    • In-band DTMF (G.711)
    • Out-of-voice band DTMF (RFC 2833)
    • Out-of-voice band DTMF (SIP INFO method)
    • Call progress tone generation
    • Tone profile per SIP Service Provider and Polycom Device Management Service for Service Providers
    • Ring profile per SIP Service Provider and Polycom Device Management Service for Service Providers
    • Full duplex audio
    • G.165, 168 echo cancelation
    • VAD—voice activity detection
    • Silence suppression
    • Comfort noise generation
    • Three-way conference calling with local mixing
    • Daylight savings time support—worldwide
    • Call waiting
    • Maximum session control
    • Ethernet Authentication (IEEE 802.1X)
    • MAC address (IEEE 802.3)
    • UDP (RFC 768) in SSL/TLS
    • TCP (RFC 793) in SSL/TLS
    • IP version 4, IPv4 (RFC 791)—static IP and DHCP support
    • ICMP (RFC 792)
    • ARP—address resolution protocol
    • Domain name system (DNS) A records (RFC 1706) and SRV records (RFC 2782) RTP (RFC 1889, 1890), RFC 5966
    • RTP/RTCP (RFC 1889), DHCP client (RFC 2131)
    • DiffServ (RFC 2475)—independently configured: service, SIP and media
    • ToS (RFC 791, 1349)—independently configured: service, SIP and media
    • VLAN Tagging (802.1p—independently configured: service, SIP and media
    • SNTP (RFC 2030)—primary and secondary NTP servers
    • LLDP-MED
    • Traverse through web proxy serveraccess via HTTP, TFTP— HTTPS
    • Remote access interface: user name and password access via HTTP, TFTP— HTTPS
    • Device web page standard: HTTP v1.1, XML v1.0
    • Secure remote provisioning: HTTP, HTTPS
    • Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP)
    • Four (4) service provider configuration profile assignments (ITSP 1–4)
    • Four (4) service/trunk subscription profile assignments (SP 1–4)
    • SIPv2 (RFC 3261, 3262, 3263, 3264)
    • SIP over UDP
    • SIP over TCP
    • SIP over TLS
    • 4 SIP service provider service sessions—concurrent operation
    • 1 Polycom Device Management Service for Service Providers session
    • SIP proxy redundancy—local or DNS based SVR, primary and secondary fallback list restrict source IP address
    • Maximum number of sessions—independent per service
    • 4 trunk groups
    • Voice gateway—direct dialing
    • G.711 A-law (64 kbps)
    • G.711 μ-law (64 kbps)
    • G.726 (32 kbps) G.729a (8 kbps) iLBC (13.3, 15.2 kbps) codec pre-selection code
    • Wideband codec (USB headset): G.722 (64 kbps), Opus
    • Voice processing per SIP service—TX/ RX audio gain, echo cancellation
    • Adjustable audio frames per packet
    • Codec name assignment
    • Codec profile per SIP SP and Service Provider and Polycom Device Management Service for Service Providers
    • Dynamic audio payload
    • Packet loss concealment
    • Universal switching with fixed US, EU, UK style plug prongs (model dependent)
    • AC input: 100 to 240 volts 0.3A 50–60Hz (26–34 VA)
    • DC input: +12V 1.0 amp max
    • FCC part 15 class B
    • A-tick
    • CE
    • ICES-003
    • RoHS
    • WEEE
    • UL/cUL—power adapter
    • Operating temperature: 0º to 45º C (32º to 113º F)
    • Relative humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
    • Storage temperature: –25º to 85º C (–13º to 185º F)
    • Remote provisioning: XML via TFTP or HTTP, (TR069/TR104 parameter naming syntax)
    • Secure remote provisioning: HTTPS, encrypted XML via HTTP or TFTP— dedicated user name and password
    • Secure remote firmware update: encrypted binary file via TFTP or HTTP + dedicated user name and password
    • Customization: OBi-ZT: Obihai zero-touch automatic customization and configuration **
    • Call history (CDRs): call detail records on Service Provider and Polycom Device Management Service for Service Providers web page, export to XML
    • LED Indications: power, device status, upgrade progress status, ethernet activity, USB headset status
    • Session information: SIP session status, Polycom Device Management Service for Service Providers status
    • Primary SIP service set-up wizard: dedicated device web page for quick ITSP account set-up
    • System settings back-up/restore: save and restore configuration via XML file to/from a local folder
    • RTP transport type
    • Audio codec type (Tx/Rx)
    • Audio codec type (Tx/Rx)
    • RTP packetization—in multiples of 10ms (Tx/Rx)
    • RTP packet count (Tx/Rx)
    • RTP byte count (Tx/Rx)
    • RTP byte count (Tx/Rx)
    • Packets out-of-order
    • Packets interpolated
    • Packets late (dropped)
    • Packets lost
    • Packet loss rate %
    • Packet drop rate %
    • Jitter buffer length–ms
    • Received interarrival jitter–ms
    • Jitter buffer underruns
    • Jitter buffer overruns
    • Configurable call progress tone
    • Call progress tone profiles (2)
    • Dial tone
    • Busy tone
    • Ringback tone
    • Reorder tone
    • Confirmation tone
    • Holding tone
    • Second dial tone
    • Stutter tone
    • Howling tone
    • Prompt tone
    • Call forwarded tone
    • Conference tone
    • SIT tones (1–4)
    • Ringing and call waiting tone configuration
    • Ring patterns (10)—configurable
    • Call waiting tone patterns (10)—configurable
    • Call waiting tone pattern profiles (2)

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