Snom M90 Antibacterial DECT Handset
The M90 DECT handset is specially designed for use in hospitals and homes and wherever cleanliness and hygiene play an important role. To guarantee this, the M90 has a special antibacterial housing that has also been tested according to JIS-Z2801. This makes the device not only easy to clean, but also provides no breeding ground for bacteria and viruses. In addition to the special coating, the phone is also IP-65 certified and protected, making it splash and dust resistant, and falls from up to 2 metres will not damage the handset. This light (130g) and easy-to-use device becomes the ideal companion in a busy medical environment. With up to 12 hours of talk time, the Snom M90 can also be used throughout the day without interruption. The M90 also sets new standards in terms of connectivity thanks to the integrated Bluetooth and BLE tags. Not only can all modern headsets be connected to the telephone, but the Snom Bluetooth Beacons also open up completely new application possibilities. From live device tracking to alarm protection. This modern DECT telephone is also state-of-the-art thanks to its high-resolution LED colour display, integrated Bluetooth, best HD audio and vibration alarm. In addition, there is a high-performance rechargeable battery that provides up to 12 hours of talk time. The Snom M90 is highly specialised and, thanks to its white, antibacterial properties, cuts a fine figure especially in the healthcare sector.
In light of recent events and for clarification:
The Snom M90 is equipped with a seamless antibacterial coating. Antibacterial means that some, but not all, bacteria are prevented from surviving on the surface of the device. Significantly, an antibacterial coating does not prevent viruses. However, thanks to its surface, the M90 can also be cleaned in a moist environment, i.e. with disinfectants containing alcohol (ethanol). This also provides protection against viruses, but not against all of them. With regard to new types of viruses such as the COVID-2019 (“Corona”), the WHO has not yet been able to specify which disinfectants really help, so until this information is available, there is no guarantee that COVID-2019 can be removed.