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CapTel 2400i

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CapTel 2400i, a captioned telephone designed for individuals who are hard of hearing, provides word-for-word captions of all phone conversations. For every incoming and outgoing call, CapTel 2400i connects the user to a free Captioning Service via the internet, where an operator (Captioning Assistant) will transcribe everything the caller says using speech-recognition technology. These captions will then be displayed on its 10.1-inch touch screen. CapTel 2400i also features a ring flasher to alert users to incoming calls and new voice messages, a built-in answering machine that records both voice and captioned messages, a standard telephone keypad, adjustable font sizes (5-13.5 millimeters) and colors, adjustable volume that can be amplified up to 40 decibel, dial -by-picture capability, a phonebook for storing names and phone numbers, speed dial keys for one-touch dialing of frequently called numbers, a caller-ID, and the ability to turn captions on or off. Captions are available in English or Spanish, and only on calls within the United States.

Technical Specifications: 

CapTel 2400i comes with the CapTel 2400i Phone, telephone cord, power adapter, Ethernet cable, and CapTel Setup Guide and CapTel User Manual. It requires telephone service, high-speed Internet access (Ethernet or Wi-Fi compatible), and standard electrical power (the AC adapter plugs into a standard wall outlet).

 

Dimensions with the stand folded against the phone (HxWxD): 9.54x12.56x3.64 inches.

Weight: 3.14 pounds.

Available

Price Check
as of: 
11/19/2015
Additional Pricing Notes: 

Contact the manufacturer.

CapTel 2400i

Made By:

Ultratec Inc.
Ultratec Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Web Address: 
http://www.ultratec.com
Tags: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Computers, Communication