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Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD)

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  1. 1310 PLUS VIDEO COMMUNICATION TERMINAL --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The 1310 Plus Video Communication Terminal is a telecommunication device for people with deafness (TDD) that offers a split screen so that both sides of a transaction or conversation can be viewed simultaneously. A total of 24 lines with 40 characters per line are visible at one time. Up to ten telephone numbers may be stored and dialed by pressing a single key. Emergency information may also be stored and sent directly t...[More Information]

  2. 300ZI INTERNAL MODEM CARD --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The 300Zi Internal Modem Card is a card that fits inside an IBM PC or XT computer to enable it to function as a TDD. Features include answering machine with remote control access capability, auto detection to identify and set up the proper mode (ASCII or Baudot) for incoming calls, on-screen flashes indicating an incoming call, the ability to save up to five pages of conversation to disk, a line status indicator for out...[More Information]

  3. ADA COMPLIANCE KIT Picture of ADA COMPLIANCE KIT --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2005)RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The 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 detecto...[More Information]

  4. AMCOM 1 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- TDD or TTY with 16 character display. Will retain 900 characters of incoming message. Memory recall causes message to repeat at normal or slow speed. Characters 1/2 inch high. Optional automatic emergency messages, and carrying case. Display in green, blue or red. Dimensions: 10 by 9 by 4 inches. Uses rechargeable batteries, operates 2 hours between charges. Integrated acoustic coupler accepts all phones, standard or trim...[More Information]

  5. AMCOM 20 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Same description as Amcom 1 but includes 20 character printer. Microprocessor controlled TDD or TTY with memory to prepare telephone message in advance and edit, then send out automatically to save long distance costs....[More Information]

  6. AMCOM C --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Amcom C is a portable TDD with a 34-key keyboard and a sixteen character display. Amcom C transmits in Baudot. The device includes GA and SK keys, a manual carriage return, and a clear key. A call status light is also provided. Output from the Amcom C is Baudot at either 45. 5 or 50 (European) baud. DIMENSIONS: 10 x 10 x 2.5. WEIGHT: 2 pounds....[More Information]

  7. ANSWERALL (MODEL 100) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Answerall Model 100 is a Panasonic answering machine which has been modified to accept both voice and TDD phone calls for individuals who are deaf or hearing impaired. Special circuitry automatically inserts "GA" at the end of the outgoing message. A telephone handset is attached to acoustically connect the TDD for creating and receiving TDD messages. It also has a toll saver and beeperless remote access. The unit c...[More Information]

  8. AT&T TDD (MODEL 2930) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Model 2930 is a pocket/purse-sized TDD suitable for traveling. It has a four-row keyboard with a two-row, 40-character LCD display. It automatically detects ASCII codes and Baudot codes and switches to the appropriate code, thus allowing communication with both computers and TDDs. It communicates at 300 and 110 Baud ASCII as well as 45.45 Baud Baudot and 50 Baud ("International") Baudot. Features include 32K memory, voic...[More Information]

  9. AT&T TDD (MODELS 2700 & 2710) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 8/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Model 2700 has a four-row, full-size keyboard with a 20-character display. The acoustic couplers accommodate both round and square style handsets. Features include line status and low battery indicators, high sensitivity switch for low-level or noisy telephone lines and an option of connecting to an external printer. Model 2710 has direct connection capability....[More Information]

  10. AUXILIARY WATCHCASE RECEIVER --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Using the auxiliary watchcase receiver a deaf person can carry on a telephone conversation with the aid of a third person. That person uses an auxiliary receiver to listen to the party at the distant end and repeats the words if the deaf person is a lip reader, or uses sign language, as appropriate. A headband is available on request. Does not have a visual-display....[More Information]

  11. CODE COM SET --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Code Com Set converts sound into visual display by a flashing disc. If signals are coded in a prearranged way, such as dots and dashes, the deaf person can read them by watching the blinking light display or feeling the disc. The person who is deaf blind must, of course, depend on touch alone. Anyone without speech can send code signals by pushing the send button. The deaf or deaf blind person may need to use the signalman from the be...[More Information]

  12. COMMUNICATOR PLUS --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Portable telephone device for the deaf and speech impaired, (TDD or TTY), 11 5/8 by 3 1/8 inches. Built in acoustic coupler, red 20 character display, readable from 5 feet, 4 row keyboard, Uses 5 level baudot code. Battery operated, and AC adapter to plug into standard outlet. Automatic memory stores incoming or outgoing messages. Sends prerecorded messages at high speed. Printer and cassette recorder output jack. Weight 2 1/2 pounds....[More Information]

  13. COMPACT TTY --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 07/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. ---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. Standard features include an 80-character, 2-line LCD display with backlight; a 57-key, 4-row keyboard with easy-touch keys; the TDD Announcer, which is a voice that alerts hearing people to text telephone calls; and built-in, real-time clock...[More Information]

  14. EASETALK WITH MIC300i INTERNAL MODEM --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- EaseTalk with MIC300i Internal Modem is a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD) designed for use by individuals with hearing or communication disabilities. This system enables TDD users to use a personal computer equipped with Windows as a telecommunications device and includes a MIC300i modem, EaseTalk Software on 3.5-inch diskettes and a user's manual. Software only versions are also available. Standard feature...[More Information]

  15. ECHO 2000 --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Echo 2000 is a hand-held communication device for hearing impaired individuals with some limited speech skills. The Echo 2000 works in conjunction with a standard touch tone telephone, using a two-digit number code to represent letters of the alphabet as well as commonly used words and phrases. To transmit a letter to the person using the Echo 2,000, the sender must first press the key on which the desired letter is printed and then p...[More Information]

  16. EXPRESS --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Express is a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD or text telephone - TT) that can serve as a stand alone, expanded keyboard TT when connected to a telephone and can function as an IBM compatible computer keyboard when connected to a PC. Direct incoming or outgoing communication with persons with hearing disabilities can be done in either Baudot or ASCII. The unit will automatically detect and alert (visually ...[More Information]

  17. FREEDOM 415 --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Freedom 415 is a portable telecommunications device (TDD). Up to 32 names, phone numbers, and notes may be programmed into the TDD's telephone directory. Short phrases, emergency numbers, and other information may also be stored and accessed. Freedom 415 can also store about ten typewritten pages' worth of message transmission and receiver response; the TDD may also be connected to a printer to provide printouts. Freedom 415 may be used w...[More Information]

  18. FULL TALK WITH MIC300i INTERNAL MODEM --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2008) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Full Talk with MIC300i Internal Modem is a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD) designed for use by individuals with hearing or communication disabilities. This system enables TDD users to use a personal computer as a telecommunications device and includes a MIC300i modem, Full Talk Software on a choice of 3.5- or 5.25-inch diskette and a user's manual. Standard features include an answering machine with remote a...[More Information]

  19. FUTURA-TTY SOFTWARE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Futura-TTY is a communications software program designed for use with any of the three external TDD/ASCII translation modems on the market: Ultratec's Intele-modem, Krown's SM-85 and Phone-TTY's CM-4. The software requires an IBM-PC or compatible computer with 270K memory. Features include automatic dial and redial, 500 name/number directory, ability to save and review conversations, answering machine, and on-line help. ...[More Information]

  20. HARDCOPY PRINTER (MODEL 999 525) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Hardcopy printer for TDD is a thermographic paper printer using standard 4.33 inch wide paper. Has eight programmable ASCII controls. Variable speed print. Can interface with abilityphone terminal. Power, 115 volts AC, 50 to 60 hz, 30 watts. Printing speed up to 240 lines per minute at 40 characters per line standard ASCII code. Size 10.5 by 7.5 by 4 inches. Weight 4 pounds....[More Information]

  21. INTELE-TYPE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Intele-Type is a multi-function communications terminal with a 16- character LCD display and a built-in 80-column printer. Intele-Type may function as a computer terminal (communicating in ASCII), a TDD (communicating in Baudot), a typewriter, a TDD answering machine, and a calculator. The Intele-Type has a 3,700 character memory for writing and editing text or TDD messages. The 80 column printer accepts either regular or thermal paper, a...[More Information]

  22. INTERNET VIDEOPHONE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/2013) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Internet Videophone is a video display telephone designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This videophone connects over the Internet, and allows users who are deaf to communicate through sign language. An internal/external strobe light and a wireless vibrator module are included to provide notification of incoming calls. The system provides real-time transmission and receipt of message softwar...[More Information]

  23. KROWN PORT PRINTER PLUS/40 --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 06/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Telecommunication device for the deaf and speech impaired (TTD or TTY). Blue 40 character display screen with character height of 5 mm. Full four row keyboard with 57 typing keys and 13 function keys. Display mode: right to left; left to right. Built-in buffer for faster typing. Built in 40 character wide internal thermal printer for permanent record of calls. Full one year warranty. 14 1/2 by 12 by 3 inches. Weight 9 pou...[More Information]

  24. LIFESTYLE PERSONAL COMMUNICATOR --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Lifestyle Personal Communicator is a portable communications device that can communicate by electronic display, synthesized voice output, the deaf Baudot code, or ASCII computer modem. The keyboard has a standard typewriter layout plus computer function keys. The voice synthesizer has a fixed 1700 word vocabulary, and the device's memory can be used to store and recall phone numbers, spoken or typed phrases. The Lifestyle Personal Com...[More Information]

  25. LIFESTYLE PERSONAL COMMUNICATOR EXPANDED KEYBOARD --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Expanded Keyboard for the Lifestyle Personal Communicator is designed to provide that communication aid (see entry, Garid, Inc.) with 1.5-inch square keys for easier access. The expanded keyboard is flat, which allows overslip to be put over the top. This keyboard connects directly to the Personal Communicator, operates exactly like the device's standard keyboard, and requires no power source of its own. The Lifestyle Personal Communicato...[More Information]

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