OPEN BOX Snom D765

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OPEN BOX Snom D765

SKU: sno-d765-ob

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A desk phone with HD audio and a rich visual information display.

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Manufacturer: Snom


The D765 combines ease of use, versatility, design quality and audio performance. It offers a 3.5โ€ high-resolution color TFT display that delivers rich information โ€“ such as presence and photocaller ID โ€“ to the user. 16 freely programmable multicolor function keys can be configured for a variety of one-touch telephony functions such as speed dial, busy lamp field or presence indication.
This desk phone features two Gigabit Ethernet ports, built-in Bluetooth compatibility and a high-speed USB port for easy connection of accessories including a USB or Bluetooth headset, a WiFi stick or a D7 expansion module. Superior audio quality is delivered by the advanced speaker and microphone system and the Digital Signal Processor (DSP).



Snom D765 Desk Telephone Core Features:


  • Elegant design
  • High-resolution color display
  • 16 LED function keys
  • Wideband audio
  • Gigabit switch
  • 12 SIP identities
  • Built-in Bluetooth compatibility
TECHNICAL INFO
SPECIFICATIONS
General Information
  • Weight: Approx. 900g, without footstand approx. 670g
  • Dimensions: approx. without footstand 238x190x40 mm. with footstand 238x190x200/220 mm
  • Dual-angle footstand: 46° and 28°
  • Wall mountable
  • Certification FCC Class B, CE marking
  • Safety: IEC 60950-1:207, CB
  • Power: PoE or 5V DC (SELV) power supply listed in the user guide
  • Ethernet: 2 x IEEE 802.3/1 Gigabit switch
  • 1 x LAN, 1 x PC: RJ 45
  • USB Port 1 x type A, USB 2.0 Hi/Full/Low Seed-compatible host interface
  • Handset: 4P4C connector
  • Hearing aid compatible (HAC) handset
  • Headset: (wired) 4P4C connector; wireless via Snom EHS Advanced
User Interface
  • Localization (language, time, dial tone)
  • Red LED for call indication / message waiting
  • 4 context-sensitive keys
  • 16 programmable function keys
  • Dedicated message key
  • Paper inlay for labeling of function keys
  • Dedicated keys for: Message, DND, Directory, Menu, Transfer, Hold, Conference, Redial
  • Audio keys: Mute, speakerphone, headset, volume
  • 4-way navigation key, OK and cancel keys
  • Menu-driven user interface
Phone Functions
  • 12 identities (lines)
  • Directory with 1000 contact entries
  • Import/export of directory
  • Speed dialing
  • URL dialing
  • Local dial plan
  • Automatic redial on busy
  • Call completion (busy/unreachable)
  • Caller identification
  • Call waiting
  • Call blocking (deny list)
  • Blocking of anonymous calls
  • Auto answer
  • Lists of missed, received and dialed calls
  • Hold
  • Music on hold
  • Handling of up to 12 simultaneous calls
  • Blind and attended transfer
  • Call forwarding
  • 3-way conference on the phone
  • Extension monitoring, call pickup
  • Call park, call unpark
  • Multicast paging
  • DND mode (do not disturb)
  • Mute microphone
  • Keyboard lock
  • Client Matter Code (CMC)
  • Unified Communications ready
Web Server
  • Built-in HTTP/HTTPS server
  • Remote configuration/provisioning
  • Dialing from web interface
  • Password protection
  • Diagnostics (traces, logging, syslog)
Security, Quality of Service
  • HTTPS-Server/Client
  • Transport layer security (TLS)
  • SRTP (RFC3711), SIPS, RTCP
  • VLAN (IEEE 802.1X)
  • LLDP-MED, RTCP-XR
  • VPN Support
  • Web interface password protection
Codecs, Audio
  • Wideband audio
  • G.711 A-law, ยต-law
  • G.722 (wideband)
  • G.726, G.729AB, GSM 6.10 (FR)
  • 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)
  • In-band DTMF/out-of-band DTMF/SIP INFO 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