Universal Bottom Cable

The Registered Jack (RJ) is a type of modular connector, the size of the RJ is standardized, but the alignments of the wires aren’t. The RJ that hooks between handset and the telephone consists of 4 wires, 2 for speakers and 2 for microphones. So in theory, there are 16 possible alignments across different telephone brands.

Without knowing the exact pin alignments, there is no guarantee that the headset you buy is compatible. If you think that is a problem, imagine there is a call center that uses more than one telephone brand!

This is not an exaggeration, it is actually happening every day. So, is there a solution?

A Universal Bottom Cable, of course.

So again, in theory there are 16 possible alignments, but in reality there are 5 that are most commonly used across big brands, such as Avaya, Cisco, Philips and Panasonics etc. Accutone’s Lexsus I is such universal QD bottom cable.

Users can configure any Accutone headset's pin alignment to match the telephone. With 8 different pin settings, it covers more telephones than you might think. At just US$36, it is far better than guessing every time, unless you are feeling lucky!

For more information please send email to sales@accutone.com.

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