Turning Off Poly Studio X50, Advisable?

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Turning Off Poly Studio X50, Advisable?



Is it advisable to turn off the Poly Studio X50 and TC8 while not in use (by unplugging the power cable and the ethernet for the TC8)? The room where it is set up can get a little more than warm when not in use. I worry that it might break the device.


What's the tolerable environment temperature when the devices are not in use?




H. E. Dani

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Turning Off Poly Studio X50, Advisable?

Hello @deh ,


Welcome to the Poly Community.

Usually, the environmental specification are listed in the data sheet >here<


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Steffen Baier


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Long Hoang

Re: Turning Off Poly Studio X50, Advisable?


As a user, i recommend powering off the device when not in use.

1. Avoid electrical problems.

2. Avoid system freeze, mini bug when in use long time.

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