The design of the Vocera badge is simple, so you can communicate quickly and easily and
keep your hands free to do other tasks. The information in this section will help you
familiarize with the badge hardware.
Use the Call button to begin and end all voice communications.
The Hold/Do Not Disturb (DND) button places calls on hold, puts the badge in Do Not Disturb mode, and turns the badge power off. A small yellow indicator light on the Hold/DND button blinks when the badge is in Hold or Do Not Disturb mode.
The Volume menu independently adjusts the sound level for speakerphone and headset modes.
The headset jack accepts an earphone or microphone-style headsets that are sold separately for times when you want more privacy or when you are working in a noisy environment.
The small indicator light on the top of the badge indicates whether the power of the badge and DND mode are on.
The B3000n badge display contains an orientation sensor that automatically inverts the text on its display when you tilt up the bottom of the badge, making it easy to read the screen.
Understanding Your B3000n badge
The B3000n badge provides new features for release Vocera 5.0.1 or later, Vocera 4.4.3 or later, and Vocera 4.3 SP4 or later.
Understanding Your B3000 Badge
This section describes the features that are specific to the B3000 badge. These features were introduced in Vocera 4.1 SP7 or later.