Starting with the hardware version R2D the DECT handset Snom M85 includes a full set of alarm features.
Supported alarm types are:
- Man Down Alarm
The Man Down alarm is triggered if the handset is lying down in an angle from 60degrees. The time for the handset to be still before the alarm is triggered can be set on base station web interface.
- No Movement Alarm
To trigger the No Movement alarm the handset needs to be in no movement. As with the man down alarm the time for this before the no movement alarm is triggered is set on the base station web interface.
- Running man Alarm
To trigger the Running Alarm the handset needs to be shaken up and down for a couple of seconds. Hereby the running alarm is triggered by running if the user has the handset in the hand or in a pocket or similar during running.
- Pull Cord Alarm
The Pull Cord alarm can be triggered by pulling a cord containing a magnet from the pull cord hole on the right side of the handset.
- Alarm Button
This alarm is triggered by long-pressing (3 seconds) the red button on top of the handset.
The mentioned alarm features are supported on the software starting from version 380B12, upgrading base and handset is required.
M85 handsets with hardware versions lower than R2D support only the alarm button
You can find the hardware version on the label under the battery.
1. Login to the Web User Interface of the Mx00 and navigate the Alarms page. From here you can configure five different alarm types;
- Man Down
- No Movement
- Pull Cord
- Alarm Button
2. The Alarm Signal method can be either a Call or a Text Message* (see https://helpdesk.snom.com/solution/articles/6000152832-text-messaging-between-handsets for an explanation of Text Messaging with the handsets)
3. Once the Alarms are defined, you can configure them on the M85's extension/handsets and then save the changes to apply them.
Example; I have (2) Alarms defined. One for the Alarm Button and another for Man Down. I have applied them to the extension and set the Alarm Signal method to "Call". The Alarm Number is "091100"