ZX-1004 is a simple-to-use telephone line simulator designed for
immediate use for most applications "right out of the box". Plug a
normal telephone in one jack, dial a number, and the telephone (or
device) plugged into the second jack will ring. Answer the phone and a
normal conversation can be conducted. Of course, Caller ID is always
transmitted to the ringing phone or device.
a multitude of features and options, the unit's operation can easily be
tailored to perform a wide variety of tasks. For example, a list of
Caller ID name and number combinations can be programmed. Then, a
different Caller ID combination will be generated based on what number
is dialed. The device can be set to ring the second phone after a
complete number has been dialed, after only one number is dialed, or
immediately when the first phone is picked up.
developers will appreciate the versatility of the ZX-1004 for testing
and debugging telephony applications. The ZX-1004 delivers all known
international Caller ID formats; provides standard line voltage and
loop current; generates standard and distinctive ring, true dial tone,
three dialing modes, and six different programmable dialing sequences.
All programming and functionality can be accessed via touch-tone phone
or RS232 serial interface.|
Demonstrations - Small
enough to set up in any customer's office or conference room.
Demonstrate your Caller ID pop-up interface, or any other telephony
integration feature of your application.
Shows - Phone lines
installed in exhibitor's booths are very expensive. Have prospects
actually make the phone call to invoke your software feature.
"Hands-on" customer demos are proven to be the most effective.
Aid - Instruct children how
to dial 911. Show them the proper way to answer the phone. Teach them
what information they should, or should not, give the caller.
- Speed integration time by invoking phone calls instantly. Six
different Caller ID dialing sequences can be sent immediately using one
command. Develop Caller ID apps when analog Caller ID is not available
on office lines.
of Applications - Test your
new app with all variations of the phone company's Caller ID data
delivery. Program unit to deliver "Private" and "Out-of-Area" Caller ID
numbers and names. Verify you are reporting call duration, number of
rings before answered, and distinctive ring properly.
Deployment - Test Caller ID
apps in various countries. For example, the Caller ID number sent in
the UK can be either 10 or 11 digits; it can contain dashes and spaces.
Verify your application before releasing it abroad.
Reported Bugs - When your
customers reports software bugs with your telephony module, have your
technical support try duplicating problems before reporting them to
telephone peripherals -
Test the basic functionality of various telephone devices and
connectivity before adding them to the intended system.
Phone Systems - In many
cases, telephone systems are installed prior to central office lines
being available. Use the ZX-1004 to simulate local loop lines in order
to test all connections, extensions, programming, and peripherals.
Telephone Personnel - Train
receptionist or customers service reps how to handle certain type
calls. Use for teaching telemarketing or collection scripts and proper
responses to customer objections.
||Phone Calls Initiated by Various Methods
- Second phone rings after complete phone number is dialed on first phone, after one digit is dialed, after first phone is picked up, or by RS232 serial port command.
||Six Programmable Caller ID Combinations - Program Caller ID names and numbers, times and dates, distinctive
ring pattern, and any international Caller ID format. A different combination can be sent based on the number dialed.
||Program via Serial Interface or Touch-Tone Phone
- All Caller ID combinations, dialing methods, and other device setting can be programmed either by RS232 serial interface or touch-tone phone.
||Default Caller ID Combinations - For immediate, "out-of-the-box" use, a variety of Caller ID combinations are contained within the device's memory. All defaults are easily restored by touch-tone phone or RS232 serial port command.
||Non-volatile Memory - All Caller ID combinations programmed, dial methods chosen, and other user options are retained when the unit is not under power.
||International Caller ID - Unit delivers all known international Caller ID formats including US, BT, ETSI, and
||Distinctive Ring - All four distinct ring patterns can be sent. (Distinctive ring is commonly used for sharing multiple telephony devices on a single line.)
||Real Local Loop Simulation - Provides true sine wave Caller ID, dial tone, and ring; standard line voltages and loop current; and a noise free, two-way, talk path.
||Complete Product - The ZX-1004 includes power supply, phone cords, six-foot RS232 serial cable, serial port Loopback jumper, quick-start diagram, touch-tone phone programming reference, and complete manual.
||Portable - Unit is small, lightweight, and rugged.
Users Guide and Programming Manual in PDF format
ZX-1004 Caller ID Simulator (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Specifications and Dimensions:
Typical Connection for Demostrations
- Physical Dimensions: 1.5"H x 3.25"W x 4.25"D
- Shipping Dimensions: 3.25" x 13" x 9.5"
- Shipping Weight: 2lbs. (0.9 kg)
- Power Requirements: 16 VAC @500 mA, Connector: 5.5mm x 2.1mm, 120V Power Cube Supplied
- Phone Connections: Modular RJ11 (2 Wire)
- Phone Line Simulation
Signal: 90V p-p (64V rms),
Hook Line Voltage: 32 VDC
Loop Current: 34mA
- Caller ID Simulation
- USA (Belcore 202): FSK 1200 Hz Mark, 2200 Hz Space, Mark Amplitude -13.5 dBV
- BT (UK) & ETSI (ITU V.23): FSK 1300 Hz Mark, 2100 Hz Space, Mark Amplitude -13 dBV
- DTMF: 50ms Make, 50ms Break, Nominal Amplitude 200 mV (rms).
A simple single line telephone is connected to the ZX-1004 "phone" jack
and a Caller ID interface unit is connected to the "device" jack. The
Caller ID interface unit would be connected to the computer running
your telephony software application. The prospect simply picks up the
phone and dials a digit. The ZX-1004 rings the phone line, and sends
Caller ID. The interface unit sends this data to your application and
the optional output phone rings. When the output phone is answered, a
normal conversation can take place. Your demonstration may include a
screen pop in the software and then greeting the prospect with
something similar to "Good afternoon, ABC, Inc...John, I bet your
calling about that order you placed last week".
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