Snom M325 Cordless IP Phone Combo Kit Brief
The Snom M325 Bundle Kit includes 1-M300 Base Unit and 1-M25 Cordless IP Phone combo kit can use up to 20 handsets on a single cell DECT base station.
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) is an industry standard that provides workplace mobility. A DECT phone allows you to roam in the office while you talk. The Snom family of DECT products ensures that business users don’t sacrifice functionality and quality with increased mobility. DECT product users can move from their desks without losing the ability to manage incoming inquiries.
This single cell DECT package includes the M300 base station and one M25 handset, forming a uniquely powerful and expansive mobile telephony solution. This package can be extended with up to 20 additional Snom DECT handsets from the single M300 base station, and is ideal for creating mobile telephony in a small office environment.
Snom M325 Bundle (M300 Base Unit and M25 IP Phone) Details
With a range of up to 300 meters outdoors and approximately 50 meters indoors, the base station provides broad coverage, which can be extended by adding up to three M5 repeaters. This single cell DECT solution is easy to install and provision, and utilizes the same interface as Snom desk phones for a comfortable and familiar user experience.
M325 Cordless IP Phone System Specifications
- M300 base station and M25 handset package bundle
- Up to 20 handsets
- Up to 5 parallel calls
- 75 hours standby - 7 hours talk time on cordless IP phones
Add additional M25 Cordless Handsets (sold separately).
IP PHONE HARDWARE SPECS
From full charge. Estimated power consumption / usage depends on range from base, talk time vs. standby use and other structural factors (Office building walls/glass/structural materials/other large obstructions can affect signaling connection with base units).
Individual phone settings can also affect battery charge usage, such as: screen time-out/sleep settings, LCD screen brightness setting, the number of actively registered SIP accounts, and ringer volume settings can all affect power consumption on the handset itself. The standby vs. talk time specifications provided by manufacturers are 'estimated values only' and not guaranteed.