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Installation Guide: Yealink EHS36 with Sennheiser Headset and Yealink IP Phone
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Installation Guide: Yealink EHS36 with Sennheiser Headset and Yealink IP Phone

Overview: The Yealink EHS36 is an Electronic Hook Switch adapter, which allows you to control the “on/off hook” status of your Yealink IP Phone, from your headset. With this device, you simply need to press your headset function button to answer or hang-up calls. This allows you to easily answer or hang-up calls when you are not within arms reach of your phone.

Set-up Guide: The set-up of this device with your supported Sennheiser headset and Yealink phone is fairly simple.

 

What you will need:

  1.        Sennheiser Y-Splitter
  2.        Yealink EHS36
  3.        RJ-12 Cord

 

  1. Flip over the Sennheiser headset base and look for 6 dip-switches on the bottom right
    1. Configure the Fast Link (DHSG, MSH) switches to be toggled to the left side – These should be the first two dip-switches
    2. All other dip-switches should be toggled to the right hand side

 

  1. Plug the DC cable into the Sennheiser headset base
  2. Place the Sennheiser Headset onto the Base
  3. Plug the DC cable into an outlet
  4. Press the button with a Phone image on the Sennheiser Base – this should be on the right hand side
    1. Verify that the indicator light on the base appears (See image below)
  5. Verify that the Sennheiser headset indicator light turns on

 

  1. Plug the 8-Pin Joint connection from the Y-Cable into the Sennheiser Base
  1. Plug the RJ-45 side of the splitter into the Yealink EHS36
  1. Plug the RJ-11 side of the splitter into the Headset section of the Yealink Desk Phone
  2. Plug one end of the double ended RJ-12 cord into the Yealink EHS36 
  3. Plug the other end of the double ended RJ-12 cord into the Yealink IP Desk Phone EXT Port
    1. Test out the headset by Removing the headset from the base and Pressing the Desk Phone button on the Sennheiser Base
  4. Final Set Up:
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