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Snom M85 Ruggedised Handset for M700 solution

Part Number: snomM85

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The Snom M85 industrial handset has been developed for the most demanding day-to-day workplace requirements. This modern IP-DECT phone is especially resilient and shockproof. The M85 also boasts cutting-edge occupational safety features such as integrated dead man’s sensor and an alarm function.

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More Information - Snom M85 Ruggedised Handset

The Snom M85 has been developed for indoor and outdoor use in industrial settings. Not only is the phone’s casing robust and shockproof – it also offers protection from water and dust. Thanks to a wide DECT range, a long-lasting rechargeable battery and integrated Bluetooth, it also offers maximum flexibility in how it is used. With its safety features and its robust construction, it lends itself well to use in special environments such as warehouses, construction sites, etc.

In combination with the snomM700 or M300 base station, the cordless M85 also boasts a wide array of phone functions such as an answering machine, automatic call forwarding, a call list, caller identification and direct searches in the company directory.

Snom M85 Key Highlights

  • Ruggedized IP65 DECT handset
  • Shockproof, splash-proof, dust-proof
  • Programmable alarm key
  • Dead man’s sensor
  • Bluetooth-compatible
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Talk time WB: Up to 12 hours
  • Talk time NB: Up to 17 hours
  • Standby time: Approx. 200 hours (8 days)
  • Charging time: Up to 8 hours from empty
  • Outdoor Range: Up to 300 meters
  • Hearing aid compatible (HAC)
  • Frequency band: 1880-1900 MHz (EU)

What's in the Box?

  • Snom M85 handset
  • Battery pack
  • Power adapter
  • Charging cradle
  • Blanking cover for belt clip

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