Warranty: 2 years
Availability: available to ship same business day
*** A POWER SUPPLY IS NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS MODEL. SEE "RELATED ITEMS" IF YOU REQUIRE A POWER SUPPLY***
The snom 760 phone addresses office users that require excellent audio, PBX-style keys, and rich visual information. It combines a state-of-the-art hardware with the proven snom SIP software.
The snom 760 not only provides you with comprehensive IP telephone functionality, but also a whole range of extra features which really put it in a class of its own compared to similar products.
High-resolution 3.5”color display 12 LED function keys LED function keys Wideband audio Hands-free operation Power over Ethernet (PoE) WLAN ready VLAN 2 x USB (Type A) 2 Gigabit LAN ports Compatible with Microsoft Lync.
Snom 760 Specifications
Ethernet: 2 x IEEE 802.3/1 Gigabit switch 1 x LAN, 1 x PC: RJ 45 Power over Ethernet/PoE: IEEE 802.3af, Class 2 Power: 5 V DC (not included) Handset: RJ-4P4C connector Headset: RJ-4P4C connector or via USB USB ports: Type A Hi/Full/Low Speed host interface User Interface Hi-Res color LCD display (320 x 240) 16 freely programmable keys 4 variable function keys Handling of up to 12 calls simultaneously Address book with 1000 contact entries Caller ID Do not disturb mode Web Server Built in HTTP, HTTPS server Remote configuration/provisioning Dialing via Web browser Password protection Diagnostics Codecs, Audio Wideband Audio G.711 A-law, μ-law G.722, G.726, G.729AB GSM 6.10 (full rate) Comfort Noise Generator (CNG) Voice Activity Detection (VAD) SIP
• RFC3261 compliant
• UDP, TCP and TLS • Digest authentication • PRACK (RFC3262) • Error code indication • Reliability of provisional responses (RFC3262) • Early media support • DNS SRV (RFC3263), redundant server support • Offer/Answer (RFC3264) • Message Waiting Indication (RFC3842), Subscription for MWI events (RFC3265) • Dialog-state monitoring (RFC 4235) • DTMF • STUN client (NAT traversal) • NAPTR (RFC 2915), rport (RFC 3581), REFER (RFC 3515)) • Bridged line appearance (BLA) • Auto provisioning with PnP • Presence/Buddy-list feature • Busy lamp field support (BLF) • Presence publishing