Supercom 4400

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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 announcement that alerts hearing people to text telephone calls. This device connects directly to the telephone line and automatically answers calls with the owner's personal message. This model features a 20-character, vacuum fluorescent display with a .25 inch character height. The keyboard has 43-key, 4-row QWERTY layout. Other features include a 32k memory; Relay Voice Announcer which asks callers to use a TTY or call through relay; a built in ring flasher to signal calls and interruptions; Call Progress which denotes if line is ringing or busy; Turbo Code; Auto I.D. to alert the answering party that there is a TTY call coming in; remote message retrieval; and "GA", "SK" and arrow keys. TELECOMMUNICATIONS:: Baudot (TDD standard) code at 45.5 baud; international code at 50 baud; optional ASCII code at either 300 or 110 baud; high/normal sensitivity control. POWER: Rechargeable batteries and AC adapter included. OPTIONS: ASCII code module, soft carrying case, and a dust cover. DIMENSIONS: 9.9 x 10 x 2.5 inches. WARRANTY: One year limited warranty. One or Two year extended warranties are available at additional cost.


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388.95 -315.95

Supercom 4400

Made By:

Ultratec Inc.
Organization Type: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Computers, Communication