and Outbound Multi-Line Caller ID Hardware
The Whozz Calling? 2 is designed for the small business and home office
where phone calls are important to operations. It monitors all aspects
of incoming and outgoing calls on 2 phone lines. The unit tracks who
called or who was called, time & date the call was made, how
long the conversation lasted, and phone line that was used. The Whozz
Calling? 2 also features a 248 call memory, making it unnecessary to
leave your computer on to capture this valuable information.
in Serial Port and Ethernet Link models.
customer records on screen before answering each call. This allows a
few moments to review the client's information before responding.
back customers that hang up
during busy times. The units logs alls calls whether answered or not.
time taking orders by
popping up customer records automatically. Save precious seconds during
peak hours, especially with POS integrated Caller ID.
clients bill clients by
capturing account codes dialed and linking to call accounting and/or
phone usage when your away. Unit tracks all calls even from other
long distance bills and even overseas calls. Up to 29 digits are
captured on outgoing Caller ID.
Caller ID - Complete Caller
ID capture (Time, Date, Name & Number), call duration, line
received, number of rings before answer, distinctive ring pattern (if
applicable), and dialed digits after answer.
Caller ID - Time, Date,
Number dialed, additional touch tones dialed after connection (15
additional DTMF digits), duration of call, and phone line number on
which call was placed.
248 call, non-volatile, scrolling memory - no battery to replace and
always holds the last 248 calls.
LED's for power, data delivery, ring signal, Caller ID signal, on
& off-hook, DTMF digits dialed, and call timing.
modular connections, wall mount transformer, small and lightweight. No
other Caller ID device or modem required.
includes power supply, 6' RS232 serial cable, serial port loopback
connector, and manual.
general business and industry specific software programs to choose from
( see below ).
delivered by hardware to PC either when call is initiated, when call
ends, or both.
data can be delivered for real time On Hook, Off Hook, Flash Hook, and
Ring Signal conditions.
text output ( Data Format ) allows easy interfacing to custom
applications and direct access through a communications terminal.
records are sent as fixed, left justified, space delimited fields and
terminated with carriage return & line feeds for simple string
reads and field extractions.
manual designed with the programmer in mind.
technical and programming support for the life of the unit.
Visual Basic application with source code
available for Windows applications.
- Physical Dimensions: 1.5"H x
3.35"W x 5.3"D
- Shipping Dimensions: 3.6" x
7.0" x 5.5" x 5.9"
- Shipping Weight: 2lbs. (0.9
- External Power Supply:
Output 9VDC Unregulated
- Standard Power Supply
Input: 120V, 350mA
- Optional Power Supply
Input: 220V, 350mA
- Current Draw is less
- Phone Connections: Modular
RJ14 (4 Wire)
- Computer Connection
(Serial): 6' RS232 Cable
- Computer Connection
(Ethernet): 6' CAT5e Cable
- Ringer Equivalence (REN):
- UL, SA and FCC approved
Business and Home use Software
IdentaFone "Multi-line CallerID"
Summit "Caller ID Tracker"
Stealth Software "Talking CallerID"
call and we can suggest the software that may be best suited for your
Guide and Programming Manual in PDF format
Calling? 2 Manual (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Calling? "Listener" and Source Code
All CallerID.com serial and Ethernet devices conform to the same format.
The simple, fixed field, space delimited, text output data stream is
shown in the Data Format.
How it Works
Whozz Calling? 2 can be used with any multiline telephone system as long as
the main phone lines coming into the building are analog. Incoming
phone lines plug into the unit and a serial or Ethernet cable connects
it to a PC. Modular input and output jacks are provided so that all
connections are a snap. The unit connects the same way even if a
digital system, KSU, or PBX is present. If more convenient, units can
even be connected in parallel with incoming phone lines.
For further information call us on 040-65248220 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org