Safety and Compliance: Phone 2105
Installing Phone 2105Last updated February 26, 2021
On 19 October 2019, the StarLeaf Phone 2105 was discontinued and is no longer available to purchase. Phone 2105s that are currently in use by organizations will still be supported. For the best experience with messaging, meetings, and calling, download StarLeaf for desktop and mobile. If you require a solution that provides calling to and from the global telephone network, VoiceConnect is an optional extra on your StarLeaf account.
Read the installation instructions in How to install Phone 2105, and the information on this page, before you connect the phone to its power source.
Avoid placing the cables where people may trip over them or where they may be exposed to mechanical pressure as this may damage them.
This device is for indoor use only! NOT FOR OUTDOOR USE!
Do not install the device in rooms with high humidity (for example, in bathrooms, laundry rooms, damp basements). Do not immerse the device in water and do not spill or pour liquids of any kind onto or into the device.
Do not install the device in surroundings at risk for explosions (paint shops, for example). Do not use the device if you smell gas or other potentially explosive fumes.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings of the phone.
Avoid installing the phone near a heat source such as a radiator and avoid placing it in direct sunlight.
Do not remover the cover of the phone. There are no user-serviceable parts. If you open the phone or remove its cover you may expose yourself to dangerous voltages or other hazards, and you will invalidate the warranty.
Do not use the device during thunderstorms. Lightning striking the power grid may cause electric shocks
Warning: The handset contains a magnet, and its earpiece may attract small dangerous objects such as needles or pins. Please ensure before each use that no such objects are present
Safety status of Input/Output connections comply with SELV requirements.
Warning: To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telephone-network voltage (TNV) circuits. LAN ports contain SELV circuits, and PSTN ports contain TNV circuits. Some LAN and PSTN ports both use RJ-45 (8P8C) connectors. Use caution when connecting cables.