Environmental Protection & Preservation
Siemens' ECO DECT Phones Save Energy and Reduce Transmission Power
The new Gigaset C470 and C475 phones offer superior design and functionality for a reasonable price. These state-of-the-art DECT phones include Siemens' new green technology. ECO DECT saves energy and reduces transmission power, which provides a simple way for us all to do our bit and protect the environment.
The Gigaset C470 and C475 not only look great, but also have an extensive feature set that offers great value. The phones include an illuminated colour icon display, enhanced speaker phone with superior sound quality, headset connection and a phone directory with space for up to 150 entries. An exceptionally long battery life enables a talk time of up to 12 hours, which is ideal for users or businesses that frequently make long phone calls. The Gigaset C475 also has an integrated digital answering machine with up to 40 minutes recording time and a new message notification feature that sends an SMS to your mobile to help ensure you never miss a call.
With Siemens' new ECO-DECT technology, Gigaset C470 and C475 customers can expect to use up to 60% less energy in comparison to conventional handsets. For several years, Siemens Gigaset
phones have reduced transmission power between the handset and base station depending on how far apart they are from each other. The closer the Siemens handset is to the base station, the less energy is required to transmit between the two, enabling a longer stand-by time. With ECO-DECT, when a single handset is docked and charging, the transmission power of the base station is reduced to zero. The environmental benefits of the Gigaset C470 and C475 don't end there. If multiple handsets are in use, the new 'ECO Mode' function, when selected, enables the reduction of the base station's transmission power by 80%.
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