The Fanvil X3S/G comes with an easy to read 320 x 240 pixel backlit color LCD display with 2x dual-color LED keys that support line status information. The Fanvil X3S/G series is designed as a working horse for office workers and call centers that need to make many phone calls every day.
Included HD Handset & Speakerphone function, Voicemail waiting light, a phone book that can save up to 500 contacts and Headset support make this device a good all-rounder. If staff has to take notes or use the computer while on a call corded headsets can be connected conveniently via the build-in RJ-9 headset port allowing increasing productivity.
The very good price value with build-in PoE and paired with optional Gigabit Network Support make this phone a very good choice for mass deployments in offices or call centers. When used with a Hosted IP PBX the Fanvil X3S/G can be conveniently deployed via OpenVPN.
Fanvil X3S vs. Fanvil X3G What’s the difference?
|Comparison Chart||Fanvil X3S||Fanvil X3G|
|Network connectivity||10/100 Mbps||10/100/1000 Mbps|
|Color display||2.4 inch||2.8 inch|
Other key functions include:
- 2 SIP Accounts
- blacklisting callers via Caller ID
- Wall mountable (Wall Mount bracket included)
- Call log 300 entries
- HD Handset & Speaker
- XML Support
- encrypted conversations via TLS/SSL
- VPN/VLAN support
- Power Adapter (not included)
- Busy Lamp field
- Message Waiting Light
- Voice mail
- Intercom, paging
- Music on Hold
- Call Recording
Please note: The Fanvil X3 Series does not include a Power Adapter. We recommend use the phone with a PoE Injector or PoE Switch.
The Fanvil X3S/G series is available in 2 versions:
The Fanvil X3S is designed for Fast Ethernet Networks.
The Fanvil X3S is recommended if your office infrastructure is using CAT5e Network cables. CAT5e Network cables support Fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbit/s) and infrastructure is around 20 percent cheaper than running CAT6 wiring.
The Fanvil X3G is designed for Gigabit Ethernet Networks
The Fanvvil X3G is recommended if your office infrastructure is using CAT6 Network cables.CAT6 Network cables support Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbit/s) and infrastructure is 10x times faster than CAT5e Networks