Transmitter remote control
Electronic Associates DataWorks: This control operates using a dedicated data interface to a control site or as a stand-alone unit and includes standard voice, data and pager access and operating modes. It includes a multi-purpose interface that will operate as a dial-in channel using the DataWorks remote access program or a touchtone interface with speech responses (optional). The interface mode is sensed automatically. In addition, the multi-purpose interface may be directed to automatically call out to selected phone numbers with announcements describing the condition or problem that caused the call. Up to eight different phone numbers are stored. Users may program up to 16 custom voice messages using the voice dictionary.
915-595-3103; fax 915-590-6637
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