MiVoice 5604 Wireless Phone
Along with its messaging, push-to-talk abilities and customizable options, the MiVoice 5604 Wireless Phone also comes with a default list of MiVoice Business features pre-programmed.
Messaging and Push to Talk/Group Call are available through the Mitel Wireless Services Messaging (WSM) Gateway.
Simplified Device Management
The Mitel IP-DECT System (Global) software release 4.0 introduced support for simplified device management, compatible with the MiVoice 5604 Wireless Phone. Programming can be achieved over-the-air via the WSM Gateway, or via a PC in conjunction with either the MiVoice 5603/5604 Wireless Phone Programmer or MiVoice 5603/5604 Wireless Phone Rack Charger. This includes both programming and software upgrading.
Key features include:
- Solvent and moisture resistance (IP44 classified)
- Enhanced, customizable Graphical User Interface (GUI)
- Color display
- 18 languages and one customizable
- Programmable soft keys (3)
- Programmable hot keys (9)
- Programmable multi-function button (e.g., Alarm, Push to Talk, etc)
- Messaging capable (send / receive / acknowledge)
- Swappable battery pack (for shared use)
Personal Alarm License (Optional)
Upgrade your MiVoice 5604 Wireless Phone with the alarm function, and then, no matter where you are, with the push of a key, an alert is instantaneously sent to your colleagues.
Services License (Optional)
The optional Services License enables the MiVoice 5604 Wireless Phone user to interact with applications in a very sophisticated manner. An application can take control of the phone’s display, including the softkeys, such that specific options and actions are presented in conjunction with other information, making the user effectively interactive with the application. For example, an alert can be sent to the handset from a production process with options to shut the equipment down, reduce the temperature, etc.
This license, in conjunction with a specialized application module, also enables a “call setup” function, whereby an application can trigger a handset to go off-hook into Push-to-Talk speaker mode, or alternatively, present a softkey that has an embedded phone number. This is an important feature for communication escalation scenarios.
Location License (Optional)
This license, in conjunction with the deployment of specialized DECT Beacons, enables the more precise location of a user when an alarm is activated. This is critical in high-risk environments, such as security institutions.