The Snom M10 SC Handset combines elementary call functions, e.g. holding or transferring calls, with crystal clear audio quality.
The modern DECT handset convinces with a large display and a backlit keypad.
Up to 9 hours of talk time or one week of stand-by time can be achieved thanks to the powerful battery.
The 4 LED function keys are freely programmable, among other things, calls can be shared on several Snom M10 SC thanks to Snom's own "Shared Call Emulation" feature VoIP provider-independent.
In combination with the Snom M100 SC base station (Only available in the M110 SC bundle), up to ten Snom M10 SC can be registered and make up to 6 SIP calls simultaneously.
This device has backlit keys, which is of course very useful especially in low-light conditions.
This device communicates using the radio standard for telecommunications called DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications).
GAP (Generic Access Profile) is a signaling protocol defined by the European Telecommunications Standard Institute (ETSI), which enables devices from different manufacturers to be interconnected. The protocol enables only the simplest functions such as registering the handset, answering the call, establishing a connection, holding the connection and terminating the connection.
All other functions provided by the DECT protocol of the respective manufacturer are not supported with GAP.
This DECT handset comes with a belt clip.
This device has a port and possible software support that allows a headset to be connected.
This device has a particularly long standby time.
This device is able to receive updates via radio, i.e. OTA (over-the-air). As a rule, the DECT handsets must be in their charging cradle for this.
These headsets can be used with any MSC series handset using the "ACPJ25" adapter for 2.5mm jack plugs.
You need this quick release adapter cable "ACPJ25" to connect a headset of the M100x series.
Snom is available all over the world. If you are looking for a wholesaler, you can find here all our partner distributors sorted by country.
The latest firmware for your Snom device can be found at the link below. When updating, please follow all safety instructions and take into account which firmware version is currently permitted by the PBX you are using.
You may not be able to update your Snom device manually, but only via the web interface of your PBX.
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