The IACM4000 is a new and more advanced version
of the the Internet Alert 510. It solves the problem of
engaged tones without the unnecessary expense of a second line
and monthly rental charges. Ideal for both home and office use
with a compatible PABX.
Most Internet users share
a single telephone line for all Internet and telephone
activities. During Internet sessions, incoming calls are
missed. Internet Alert Call Manager 4000 is the
cost-effective way to create a "Virtual" second
line. Using Call Waiting and Caller Display telephone
services, IACM 4000 identifies the presence of an
incoming call and displays the caller's details, giving
you the option to take the second call or carry on surfing.
by bleeping, flashing and displaying name and number of second
caller whilst surfing the net - do you need to interrupt your
Internet session ?
Multicoloured LED indicates modem status and new calls.
40 name &
number directory (20 digits, 15 characters).
Includes power supply - no batteries required.
Easy save / editing of directory from call log.
Incoming call log - number of calls, time date, number
and name- if stored in the directory up to 80 calls can be logged..
0.1 B REN Value.
Displays current time and date.
Dial back from call log.
Indicates incoming caller details and withheld, unknown,
Non volatile memory - call log and directory back up.
Phone ring option on Internet Call Waiting
Compatible with BT/Cable Networks & services e.g. BT
Call Minder and BT Answer.
Massive savings - avoids second line connection and rental
Click here to view the press release
Question: I was under the impression the Call Waiting
tone disconnected your Internet connection automatically.
In fact I already have the Call Waiting service and I disable
it before I use the Internet.
The unit has been designed to constantly check ( " sniff
" ) the telephone line for the Call Waiting tone and it will
not interrupt / treminate your Internet connection. The unit will
not work without this service being active so do not disable.
Will I detect an incoming FAX ?
you use a single line for shared Internet and Fax and you hear
a fax tone after answering the call, simply press the Start
button on your fax to begin receiving. Make sure your fax machine
is plugged into the jack marked PHONE on the back of the Internet
How much does Call Waiting cost ?
of August 2001, BT charge £1.50 per month, This charge is
subject to change so you should check with BT for the current
price by dialling 150. Cable companies typically charge £1
per month if this service is selected on its own. However, BT
is promoting other services such as Call Minder, Caller Display
etc. into a value plan. For example, two services from BT cost
£1.83 per month, again this charge should be check by phoning
for the latest price.
many phones and other related products can be connected to a telephone
Answer: The total REN value should not exceed 4. The Internet
Alert 510 has a REN value of 0. Most telephone products have
a REN value of 1 or less. Consequently, using the Internet Alert
510 will not result in you exceeding the maximum REN value of 4.
The IACM 4000 is brand new and as such the press have not
yet reviewed this product. As soon as any third party information
is available you will find it here.
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