The Snom PA1+ is Snom's proven SIP announcement and public address system that has a few additional "tricks" up its sleeve.
The integrated 6.5-watt high-performance amplifier can already provide large rooms with HD audio announcements or background music on a 600-ohm loudspeaker system; more power can be achieved by connecting a PA system.
The Snom PA1+ is not only controllable from any Snom telephone or a central source, thanks to the supplied cable harnesses together with the freely configurable relay contacts that can be controlled via SIP or DTMF, a variety of devices can be activated by a current pulse, e.g. a garage door or an electric door latch. Security plays an increasingly important role, which is why the Snom PA1+ uses the ultimate standards, such as SHA2.
Thanks to the notches, two at the top and two at the bottom, it is possible to mount the unit anywhere on a wall.
Detect from a distance whether the unit is ready for operation.
This device has a Gigabit network input and an output (switch) for connecting a computer.
This device supports with its hardware and the supported codecs, the highest audio quality.
This device supports both Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and IPv6.
This device can receive its power from a connected network cable, provided that the network switch used supports this and has enough power to supply all connected devices.
This device supports all common security protocols, such as TLS, SIPS, SRTP, etc.
This device has an integrated phone book.
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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