Way2Call Hi-Phone Desktop USB interfaces to communicate with your HomeSeer automation system using any telephone in your home.
Any voice commands you configure in HomeSeer is now available via the telephone. Just pick up a phone, press "#", then speak voice commands or use the telephone’s keypad to control your lights, appliances or audio/video equipment.
- Built in voice interface, so no voice interface is required in your computer.
- Can operate in full duplex mode so you can give voice commands even if the unit is speaking.
- Connects via USB for easy installation.
- Press the # key on any in-house phone and you will be connected to HomeSeer.
- Detects hang-ups and terminates the call. This results in smaller voice mail messages.
- Incoming rings may be muted and not sent to your in-house phones until caller ID is detected. This gives the phone software enough time to detect the caller ID information and drop the call or send the call to a voice mailbox before annoying the household with the rings. This setting is software controlled and settable in the HomeSeer Phone options tab.
- Can assign ring pattern based on caller ID.
- When interacting with the computer on an in-house phone, and an external call arrives, the call is announced to you over the phone. If caller ID information is available, this is announced also. You can then press * (star) 9 to switch to the incoming call.
- Supports dial-by-voice with HSPhone.
- Dialing can also be done by number by saying "Dial 911".
- On a power failure, the box connects all in-house phones to the outside and does not interfere with the normal operation of the phone.
System Requirements: A phone line and HSPhone Software.
- Way2Call Hi-Phone Desktop unit
- RJ11 jack for your telephone line connection
- RJ11 jack for connection to the phones in your home
- Installation Guide
When not used with the HomeSeer system, Way2Call Hi-Phone Desktop is a powerful computer-based dialer for use with a number of telemarketing/membership software programs. The unit is widely used by colleges and universities as well as membership-based organizations and franchises.