Experienced operators can short cut the process by entering the appropriate key sequence without waiting for the prompts.
The voice prompted telephone access system comprising a Paging Message Transmitter, and the 12-36 Telephone Voice Interface is called "FONEpage".
As when using a paging transmitter, there are several types of paging calls which can be made from telephone extensions:
Normal pager call:
Normal Pager Call,
Dial the extension number the 12-36 telephone interface unit is connected to. FONEpage will respond with:
"Welcome to FONEpage"
Predefined messages (sometimes called "canned messages") can be programmed into the paging transmitter using configuration software. Pager codes and predefined messages cannot be changed via the telephone.
FONEpage confirms that the call has been sent once a call is placed into the transmission queue with the prompt "Page Sent" or "Message Sent" depending on the type of call made.
Sending another message: Once the "Message Sent" or "Page Sent" prompt has been issued, it is possible to immediately enter another pager code and message, or wait 5 seconds for the prompt to be guided through the process again.
Automatic call termination:
FONEpage will say goodbye and hang up if nothing has been entered within 10 seconds of a prompt being issued.
To use the USB port to communicate with the 12-36, a Virtual Com Port driver must be installed on the PC.
The 12-36 configuration tool allows configuration of:
• Delay before 12-36 answers call.
• Custom wave files. New wave files can be uploaded to allow the 12-36 to use a custom message.
Language to use. The 12-36 is pre-programmed with English (default), Spanish and French voice files. Using the configuration software the user may select a custom voice file option and upload their own wave files.
How long the 12-36 will wait before
answering the call. (In seconds 0-25). By using a long ring delay the 12-36 may share a common phone line if required.
Allows message replacement when “custom” language has been selected.