Grandstream GAC2500


Grandstream GAC2500

Grandstream GAC2500 is a VoIP conference phone with a beautiful 4.3″ touchscreen LCD. It runs Android 4.4 KitKat, which means you can install apps on the GAC2500 and communicate via Google Hangouts, Skype, or other Android-based conference platforms. Grandstream’s open standards philosophy led them to build in support for SIP, opening up many options for flexible integration with IP phone systems.

The GAC2500 is an elite enterprise tool. Voices come in clearly due to its three cardioid microphones with a 12 foot pick-up radius and HD audio processing. It comes with WiFi and Bluetooth support for wireless communication, supports up to 6 line appearances, and has a 7-way conference bridge. It also offers daisy chain support with an included RJ48 cable. The Gigabit Ethernet switch port is auto-sensing, and allows you to power the conference phone via PoE+.

Grandstream GAC2500 Conference Phone Quick Specs:
Network Connectivity: SIP
Protocol Support: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP/HTTPS, etc.
Line Appearances: 6
Switch Port: 1x 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet RJ45
Additional Ports: 1x 3.5 mm audio, 1x USB Micro-B, 1x RJ48 daisy chain
PoE: IEEE 802.3at Class 4 compliant
WiFi: IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliant
Display: 4.3″ 800×400 touchscreen LCD
Operating System: Android 4.4 KitKat
Bluetooth Support: Bluetooth 4.0
Local Conferencing: 7-way
Wideband Audio: yes
Audio Codecs: G.711µ/a, G.722, G.722.1 (1c pending), G.726, iLBC, Opus
Speaker: 220 – 14,000kHz
Volume: max. 86 dB at 0.5m
Microphones: 3x cardioid
Pickup Range: 12 ft
QoS: yes
Dimensions: 11.02″ x 11.22″ x 2.36″
Grandstream Networks GAC2500 Android Conference Phone Package Contents:
GAC2500 conference phone
Universal power supply
Network cable
USB cable
RJ48 cascade cable
Quick installation guides


Grandstream GAC2500

Grandstream GAC2500 is an ideal conference solution that delivers a modern design paired with HD audio and a suite of productivity-focused features.

The Android-based GAC2500 offers access to features and functionality not traditionally found in conference phones.