Snom M65 Cordless DECT IP Professional Handset Details
Designed for use in small and medium-sized businesses to reduce cabling costs and allow rapid installation, or in front office and corporate environments to provide user mobility. The Snom M65 Professional DECT solutions use a dedicated frequency band that is less congested than alternative wireless technologies. This allows for high quality audio with DECT's secure communication encryption. Setup is easy and intuitive thanks to the integrated installation mode on the Snom handsets.
With its sleek appearance and comprehensive range of features, the M65 is ideal for customers requiring mobile coverage across several ﬂoors or throughout large buildings. A large backlit 2” color display and backlit keypad provide easy visibility, while wide band audio ensures crystal clear voice quality. The handset features six polyphonic ringtones and vibration alert for incoming calls.
Snom M65 Cordless Handset Features
An integrated tricolor LED indicates missed calls, voicemail messages and low battery status. When using the M65 handset with a M700 base station (Recommended) or M300 base station, users have access to phone system features such as voicemail, automatic call forwarding, call lists, caller identification and direct search of the corporate directory.
The M65 also has a long battery life for both Talk time and standby mode with auto-sleep function that wakes up when a call is incoming.
M65 Cordless DECT Phone Specifications
The heart of these IP Phones is the base station - they make the Snom DECT solutions ideal for use across several floors or throughout large buildings. Snom DECT handsets provide options for professional indoor and outdoor use, including hard hat or industrial areas.
- Wide band H.D. speakerphone
- CAT-iq 1.0 compliant
- DECT encryption
- 250 hours standby
- 17 hours talk time
- Local and shared address book
- headset plug
- SW upgrade over-the-air
- Two-line display (2x16 characters)
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.