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Snom D120 2 line IP Desk Phone

Part Number: D120

The Snom D120 provides a simple but effective entry-level VoIP solution. Designed for large installations in areas such as hospitality or healthcare, it offers users an easy-to-use, reliable device with exceptional audio quality.

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More Information - Snom D120

The D120 is an affordable entry level IP desk phone incorporating a black and white backlit graphical display. The Snom D120 enables a clear overview of call and function key information to really stand out compared to similar desk phones. With a 360 degree call indicator incoming calls can be seen easily at a distance from the device. The D120 has 4 programmable keys that can be easily configured for a number of time-saving short cuts, along with 5 fixed function keys for a intuitive user experience. This IP desk phone is a cost effective option for your office thanks to Power-over-Ethernet lowering the power consumption and reducing running costs.

Snom D120 Key Highlights

  • Graphical Display 132 x 64 pixels with backlight
  • Single position footstand 35 °
  • Wall mountable
  • 2-port 10/100 Mbps Ethernet switch (RJ45)
  • Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af, Class 1
  • 4 programmable keys
  • Handling of up to 2 simultaneous calls

What's in the box?

  • Snom D120 Phone
  • Foot stand
  • Handset with cord
  • Ethernet cable
  • Quick installation guide

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