Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD)

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Accessaphone Ip-Tty

The accessaphone IP-TTY is a computer-based text telephone (TT) designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have communication disabilities. This telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD or TTY) is engineered to enable TTY communications using existing technology and most modern real- time text solutions with no analog lines required. This device supports hearing carry over (HCO) and voice carry over (vco) and includes a multi-line display and a recent calls list. Th

Accessaphone Total Conversation

accessaphone Total Conversation is computer based text telephone and videophone designed for use by individuals with hearing, vision, speech, cognitive, or mobility disabilities. This system features telephony with simultaneous video, text and audio and is compatible with Braille readers and uses standard session initiated protocol (SIP). For users who are deaf or hard of hearing, the system provides simultaneous video, text,and speech and supports real-time text. For users who have difficulty i

Ameriphone Digital Cell Phone Compatible Combination Tty/vco (Model Q90D)

The Ameriphone Digital Cell Phone Compatible Combination TTY/VCO, model Q90D, is a portable text telephone or TT designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. It plugs into most cellular and cordless telephones and features a full-size keyboard with 68 keys. The large, high contrast two-line display tilts for optimal viewing, and backlighting is provided to make reading easier. The Dialogue LVD (see separate entry), a large visual display, can also be used with this model. Hi-

Ameriphone Diiip Text Telephone With Printer And Text Answering Machine (Model 79063)

The Ameriphone DIIIP Text Telephone with Printer and Text Answering Machine, model 79063, is a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD/TTY) designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, or who have speech or communication disabilities. This TT device has a 51-key, full-size, PC-style keyboard that allows users to type ahead of the actual transmission; a bright LCD display; a high-speed printer with three print sizes; a text answering machine with two programmable personali

Compact Tty/c

The Compact TTY is a pocket-sized telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD or TT). This device folds in half to fit in a purse, pocket, or briefcase so it is completely portable. The unit is equipped with an audio jack that enables the TTY unit to be connected to the cellular phone with the included cable. The unit is compatible with Motorola The unit is compatible with Motorola MicroTAC LITE XL, Motorola MicroTAC LITE II, and the Motorola StarTAC Series, and others. Standard features incl

Compu-Tty Memory Printer (Model Mp2000D)

The Memory Printer TDD, models MP2000D, is a TTY/TDD with a printer for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. It has all the functions of the Porta Printer 2000 and 2000D (see separate entry) plus memory. It has a 20 column, 20 character blue/green vacuum fluorescent display and a 20 column, thermal printer that provides condensed and wide printing. You may select extra large characters in the form of 20, 24 or 12 chaarcters per line. You may also receive characters in upper case and tra

Compu-Tty Porta Printer Tdd (Models Pp2000 & Pp200D)

The Porta Printer TDD, models PP2000 and PP2000D, is a TTY/TDD with a printer for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. It has a 20 column, 20 character blue/green vacuum fluorescent display and a 20 column, thermal printer that provides condensed and wide printing. You may select extra large characters in the form of 20, 24 or 12 chaarcters per line. You may aldo receive characters in upper case and transmit in lower case. Other features include 5.5 mm character height; TTY Call Alert; B

Compu-Tty Portaview And Portaview Jr (Models 20+ & Pv-20)

The Portaview and Portaview Jr, models 20+ and PV-20, are telecommunication devices for the deaf and hard of hearing. Both models have the following features: 5.5 millimeter character height; 10 character display in blue/green; four row keyboard with 43 keys; and rugged injection molded case. The Portaview 20+ has the following additional features: 8k memory; built in directory; auto answer; four message buffer; remote retrieval; voice announcer; three hour rechargeable battery; printer part; an

Dialogue Vco

The Dialogue VCO is a text telephone universally designed to be used by individuals with and without hearing disabilities. This phone features a hearing-aid compatible amplifier and automatic tone enhancement which amplifies the incoming voice up to 30 decibels. For people with severe hearing loss or who are deaf, Voice Carry Over (VCO) calls can be made through the local toll-free relay service. VCO enables the user speak in the normal fashion while displaying incoming messages as text on the s

Ez Com Pro/c

The Ezcom Pro is a text telephone designed to be compatible with analog cellular phones. Because the device does not require acoustic cups, it offers a sleek profile and lightweight portability. The unit is equipped with an audio jack that enables the TTY unit to be connected to the cellular phone with the included cable. The unit is compatible with Motorola MicroTAC LITE XL, Motorola MicroTAC LITE II, and the Motorola StarTAC Series, and others. Standard features include direct dialing from th

Ezcom Pro

The EZcom Pro is a text telephone designed to connect directly to a standard telephone line. Because the device does not require acoustic cups, it offers a sleek profile and lightweight portability. Standard features include direct dialing from the keyboard; Turbo Code for more natural conversations with interrupt capability; a two-line, 48-character display; programmable one-touch greeting to answer calls; a pre-programmed voice carryover request key; last number redial; go ahead (GA) and Stop

Harris Communications Ada Compliance Kits (Models Ada-500, Ada-1000, & Ada-4000)

The Harris Communications ADA Compliance Kits combine the products required for hotels, nursing homes, or hospitals to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. ADA accessibility guidlines require that rooms be equipped with assistive systems, including text telephones (TTY/TTD), a notification system, a telephone amplifier, and a visual smoke detector. These portable all-in-one kits are lightweight and compact, easy to store an

Hatis - Hearing Aid Telephone Interconnect System

HATIS, the Hearing Aid Telephone Interconnect System, is a telecommunication device for the deaf (text telephone or TTY) is designed to allow individuals with up to 93 percent hearing loss to directly benefit from telecommunication directly through their hearing aids. This adapting system will enable hearing aid users to experience voiced sound on landline and cellular phones. The system will work with most in-the-ear and behind-the-ear hearing aids with a T-coil or DIA port.

Hearmore Ada Compliance Kit

The HearMore ADA Compliance Kit combines all the products required for hotels or hospitals to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. ADA accessibility guidlines require that rooms be equipped with assistive systems, including text telephones (TTY/TTD), a notification system, a telephone amplifier, a television closed-caption decoder, and a visual smoke detector. This portable all-in-one kit is lightweight and compact, easy to

Hitec Guest Room Case (Sets 1-4)

The HITEC Guest Room Case is a container holding a variety of products needed to comply with ADA standards for hotel guests who are deaf or hard of hearing. All components can be easily installed or removed by hotel or hospital personnel. Set 1 components include an AP-Q90D TTY, an SA-TR50 phone ring signaler, a CS-IL40 in-line amplifier, a GA-DB9 door knock alert signaler, a CS-WS1 clock with bed vibrator, a GT-SMOKE visual/audible smoke detector, and a US-DV1 telecaption decoder. Set 2 compone

Inbound And Outbound Tty/tdd Virtual Contact Center Systems

The Inbound and Outbound TTY/TDD Virtual Contact Center Systems are computer-based text telephone systems designed to enable customers who are deaf or hard of hearing to interact with service centers. To contact a service center that uses this system, a customer only needs to call the center's TTY number using a 45.5 baud device or a personal computer. The customer then receives a text-based welcome message and a list of service options from which to pick using a keyboard. When the customer choo

Intele-Modem

The Intele-Modem is an external modem that automatically converts ASCII code to Baudot code, enabling the user to talk to various types of TDDs and computers and to use a personal computer (PC) as a telecommunication device. Intele-Modem connects directly to the phone line and works with standard communication software (AT/Hayes compatible command set) and BBS (bulletin board system) software. The unit automatically detects ASCII and Baudot calls; lights on the front panel indicate the current o

Minicom Iv

The Minicom IV is a text telephone (TT) or telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD). The device features an easy-touch 43-key, 4-row keyboard; a bright, tilted 20-character display; and a printer port for connecting to an external printer (not included). This text telephone also offers Turbo Code to provide greater user control over the speed and pace of conversations and an Auto ID feature to automatically notify parties being called that a text telephone is being used. POWER: Comes with an

Miniprint 225

The Miniprint 225 is a basic printing text telephones or telecommunication devices for the deaf. Both devices feature Turbo Code which enables a more natural conversational speed and interrupt capability. Features include Auto ID which alerts hearing people to an incoming TTY call, a built-in 24-character printer, three selectable print sizes, and a sticky key feature for single- handed typing. Other features include a computer- style keyboard with “GA" and "SK" keys and locator keys on the "hom

Miniprint 425

The Miniprint 425 is a basic printing text telephones or telecommunication devices for the deaf. Both devices feature Turbo Code, which enables more natural conversational speed and interrupt capabilities. Features include Auto ID, which notifies hearing persons of an incoming TTY calls; built in 24-character printers; three selectable print sizes; and a sticky key function for single-handed typing. Both models also feature direct connection, with two telephone jacks and a pre-programmed auto-an

Nexcom 300 (Models 300Vi & 300Ve) & Nextalk For Windows

The Nexcom 300, models 300vi and 300ve, are universal modems designed for "text telephone" use and includes support for TTY calls and standard modem ASCII calls for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing. The 300vi has an internal card modem and the 300ve has an external modem. The NexCom 300 features autodetection between standard modems, TTY's and Fax for incoming and outgoing calls. It allows standard modem and TTY call transfers, enabling a call to be put on hold and transferred to ano

Nokia Phone Adapter (Models Hda-9 & Hda-10)

The Nokia Phone Adapter, models HDA-9 and HDA-10, is a phone adapter designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The adapter allows individuals to use a text telephone (TT) or telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) with a Nokia telephone on wireless digital networks. It can be used only with compatible TT/TDD devices and headsets.

P3 Mobile

P3 Mobile is a video-based telephone relay system for deaf and hard-of-hearing users to place and receive VRS and VP calls over a Wi-Fi or cellular data connection. The user has the option to be connected to an operator who then reads the messages to the recipient and transcribes their messages back to the user. In addition, the user also has the option to communicate and record a video message via sign for the recipient if they are not available. Updates to the P3 Mobile include faster sign

Pay Phone Shelf-Top Tty (Model St-120)

The Pay Phone Shelf-Top TTY is a telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) designed to work with any public telephone. This device works with most types of public telephones and popular enclosures, and has no affect on the use of the telephone by the hearing public. Designed for use in public areas and buildings where vandalism is not a concern, the unit is designed to be connected accousically to the pay phone or installed by a professional installer for direct connection; the unit is inten

Pct Pocket Portable Tdd / Terminal & Pct Table Top Unit

Pocket terminal for TDD or ASCII (up to 1200 baud) communications, similar in size to large calculator, approximately 8 3/4 by 4 inches; calculator-style keys in QWERTY layout. Automatically recognizes Baudot or ASCII code being sent. Connects via telephone jack or via specially designed acoustic coupler for phone booths, mobile phones, office phones, etc. Includes phone directory/automatic dialer, automated logon to mainframes or information services, and offline message preparatyion with editi

Supercom 4400

The Supercom 4400 is a desktop telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD or TT). Standard features include direct connect, auto-answer, remote message retrieval, keyboard dialing, memory dialing, and redialing features, as well as a printing port to connect with an external printer. The 8k non-volatile memory enables the user to save and send messages, store up to 10 different phone numbers, and store and send personal auto-answer messages. Features include the TDD Announcer, a voice announcem

Superprint 4425

The Superprint 4425 is an advanced printing text telephone (TTY) or telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD). This device features a built-in ring flasher; variable size print; auto answer; direct connect with two phone jacks; Turbo Code, which allows real time transmissions and interruptions; Auto ID, which automatically sends signals to alert people to an incoming TT call; TDD Announcer; and a programmable relay voice announcer, which sends a voice message to an incoming caller asking them

Superprint Pro80 Gold

The Superprint Pro80 Gold is a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD). This TTD connects directly to the telephone line and features a true-sized computer keyboard; a built-in 80-column printer; a two-line, 80-character vacuum display; and built-in caller identification. Additional standard features include go ahead (GA) and stop keying (SK) keys, 11 one-touch function keys, arrow keys for review of conversations, call progress, user-programmable one-touch greeting message key, auto answer,

Te 98 Communicator

Pocket sized handheld portable telephone device for the deaf (TDD or TTY) for all hearing impaired and speech impaired people. Can be used on any telephone (pushbutton and dial) as long as the other party is using a pushbutton tone telephone. Caller attaches the acoustic coupler to any telephone earpiece, then depresses buttons on pushbutton tone phone to send message. Message appears on receiving end on a portable LCD display. 81 preprogrammed messages. Status indicator which allows hearing imp

Trainer 2000 & Trainer 4000

The TDD Communication Trainer System is designed to train persons to use telecommunication devices for the deaf (TDDs or text telephones). The system is a "two-way" trainer which allows the users to practice receiving and sending TDD messages. The training device plugs into a wall outlet and its telephone handsets connect the TDD to the unit. This product is available in two models. The Trainer 2000 is a two handset unit ($129. 00); the Trainer 4000 is a four handset unit ($189.00). The training

Voice / Tdd Powerphone

The Voice / TDD Powerphone is a telecommunications device designed to work like a standard telephone/answering machine with the additional capability of recording both voice and TTY (teletypewriter) calls for persons with hearing disabilities. It features Yes/No indicators designed to enable the user to communicate over the phone by prompting the calling party to use "yes" or "no" answers (if the other party does not have TTD); this is executed by using the * (star) and ## (pound) displays. A 91

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