ACS XL7200 (YOUR CHOICE OF 3 CONFIGURATIONS) NOT FCC CERTIFIED, MAY NOT BE USED IN USA
We present the XL7200, one of the most technologically advanced long range phones currently available. This technological marvel is manufactured by Voyager, a world-wide leader in long range wireless communication. The XL7200 can function as a data capable wireless PBX with up to 7 lines and 99 remote telephone sets! The system is very user friendly and offers true plug and play compatibility.
Up to Seven (7) Lines
Up to Ninety-nine (99) Remote Units (any combination of small portable handsets, hardwired car phones, and/or fixed site receivers).
Range of up to 100km under optimum conditions!
Remote unit functions as a repeater - allowing for communication beyond 100km
Data Capable - the base station, remote mobile unit, and remote fixed site receiver have a built in RJ-11 ports for true plug and play compatibility with computers, fax machines, etc.
Optional Voice Scrambler - Protects voice communications and data transmissions from all but the most determined listener.
Group Conference Intercom - Users will enjoy half-duplex radio communication between remote units and/or base station(s). The number of participants in a conversation is limited only by the number of remote units. Radio conversations do not tie up the phone line, and users are still notified of incoming calls. Radio communication works independently of the base station.
Eight Levels of Power Output - When the remote unit is in close proximity to the base station, it transmits at a low level of power to conserve battery life. As it travels farther away, the transmission power progressively increases. Adjustment is automatic (manual override available).
Vast Call Processing Capabilities - The programmable base station will notify a specific remote unit, number of units, or all units, of an incoming call. The XL7200 will even ring units in sequence (ie. if the primary unit does not answer, the base station will ring a secondary unit, and so on).
Call Restrictions - The system administrator can program individual remote units with a variety of call restrictions. Such restrictions include no outbound calling, no long distance calling, 15 minute maximum conversation, password protection for remote units, etc. The phones may also be used in a cellular style mode (dial number then press SEND) if desired.
Music on Hold - When the base station user places a caller on hold, the caller will hear pleasant music.
One Touch Dialing - The base station user can "turbo dial" frequently called numbers with one key stroke.
Programmable Phone # Memory - Users can store frequently called numbers in the memory of the remote unit and base station (20 digit maximum).
Headset Jack - Both the base station and remote units have jacks for an optional headset, for hands free communication.
Multi-Channel Auto Scan - The XL7200 scans the channel spectrum and automatically selects the clearest communication channel. The user may also manually select a specific channel or change channels in mid conversation.
Auto Selection of Free Line - When the system is configured with multiple lines, the remote unit automatically selects the first available line for outgoing calls.
Informative Backlit LCD Display - The display of the remote units offers a wide variety of call statistics including line access, signal strength, battery level, intercom status, standby indicators, call timers, and more. Users may select from various ring tones to distinguish their remote unit from others.
Mute, Flash and More.
The system is comprised of two integral parts, the base station and the remote unit. The base station utilizes your existing AC outlet and standard RJ-11 telephone port. The base station receives a call, and based on the setting programmed by the user, rings a particular remote unit or number of remote units. The remote unit may be either a fixed site receiver, a permanently installed car phone, or a small portable handset. The remote unit may also initiate calls.
XL7200 Base Station Unit
Remote Mobile Unit
XL7200 Fixed Site Remote Unit
Lets examine how the XL7200 can make a company more productive.
In our example, we will have computer repair company, called "ABC Computer." ABC has an office where it receives calls from companies experiencing computer problems. ABC has 5 phone lines, 4 for voice and one for fax. They also have a fleet of 5 repair vans, each of which is on the road most of the day. As we will see, ABC Computer is in constant contact with their employees, thanks to the XL7200 phone system.
Tuesday morning at ABC Computer - the phone is ringing. It seems that the Widget Company's network is down. They need it fixed fast. "No problem" says ABC Computer, "hold on for just a second." ABC places The Widget Company on hold. The Widget Company hears pleasant music while they are holding, just one of the many features of the XL7200. Meanwhile ABC presses "Intercom 14" on their XL7200 base station to page John, one of their technicians.
John sees his small & portable XL7200 handset (remote #14) is beeping. He knows the home office wants to get hold of him. He immediately responds to the page with a simple press of a button. The home office tells John that the Widget Company is having a problem with their network, and they need it fixed fast! John asks what the problem is. The home office says "Hold on John, I will transfer the call to you and you can speak with them directly." Using John's remote ID number, the office transfers the call to him with a few quick key strokes.
John is now speaking directly to the Widget Company, in full duplex telephone mode. It seems that the problem is a computer virus, which has crippled the network. John knows that Steve, one of ABC Computer's other technicians, is an expert in viruses and thinks the Widget Company should talk directly to him. He tells the Widget Company to hold on while he transfers the call to Steve, the virus expert. John transfers the call to Steve using Steve's remote ID number.
Steve, 35 kilometers away, is immediately notified of the incoming call. He answers the call on his van's XL7200 mobile unit and begins speaking to the Widget Company. After a brief discussion, Steve believes he can conquer the virus. He tells the Widget Company that he is going to tap into their network using his laptop computer (from his van), and phone them back in 10 minutes. Steve hangs up the phone and plugs his laptop modem into the XL7200's RJ-11 port. Within seconds, his computer is connecting to the Widget Company's network at 14.4k bps. Steve thinks how much easier the data capable XL7200 has made his job.
Shortly after Steve connects, he finds the problem. Using his computer's fax program, he sends the Widget Company a fax detailing the problem, and an estimate of how much it will cost to fix. He then disconnects the phone line from his computer, and uses his XL7200 mobile unit to call the Widget Company back. The XL7200 automatically selects a free line for Steve to place the call.
The Widget Company answers the phone and they have received Steve's fax. They thank him for his quick response, "Yes! We accept your quote and want you to come out and fix the problem right away." "OK, I'll be right there," says Steve. Steve presses a button his mobile unit and, using the half duplex radio mode, initiates a conversation with the home office of ABC Computer. He tells them that he has diagnosed the Widget Company's virus problem, and is on his way to fix it. The home office thinks it would be a good idea to have Bill (one of the other field technicians) accompany Steve to the Widget Company. The home office uses the XL7200 base station to page Bill and within seconds Bill has joined the conversation. The three parties are talking with each other, all at the same time. This multiple party conversation is taking place in radio mode, and does not tie up any phone lines.
Everything is set up, and Steve and Bill are on the way to the Widget Company. While in route, Steve keys up John (the original technician who first spoke with the Widget Company) so he can let him know that the solution is being worked on. Even though John is using the phone when Steve tries to call, John is able to receive his call because the XL7200 is compatible with call waiting...
The XL7200, available only from ACS, can increase your company's productivity. A one time investment will improve communication, eliminate cellular bills, and help your business grow. Applications are limited only by your imagination. Let's examine another application:
We were contacted by a Nigerian communications company in June of 1998. They had a client who lived 35km away from the nearest phone line. The client wanted four telephone lines in his remote location, one of which would be used for fax transmission. To run phone lines to the client would be exorbitantly expensive, and cellular communications were unavailable. The only option available to the client was a satellite phone, but usage costs were far too high to be practical. The client also needed data transmission, but the 2400bps satellite phone did not come close to filling the requirements.
We proposed that four XL7200 base stations be set up in an area with phone line access. Because of the tremendous communication range of the XL7200 system, the client could use the remote units in the same fashion as a regular telephone (even though the client was 35km away from the base stations & nearest phone lines). Any fax machine, computer, or other data device could be hooked up to the client's XL7200 remote units, and any commercially available RJ-11 compatible phones could be used as extensions throughout the client's house. We were able to configure a system that uses 4 lines and is able to transmit data at speeds of up to 14.4kbps (the actual speed of transmission will be limited by the integrity of the phone line). The user may even place and receive calls on a permanently installed remote mobile unit hooked into the XL7200 system. The communication range far exceeds the 35km requirements. All this at a price far less than running phone lines.
The XL7200 is an affordable solution for a wide variety of applications. The benefits are immeasurable. We hope this brief introduction to the XL7200 offers insight as to how it can improve your communication, and how it can help your company grow. If you have questions, please send us an e mail.
Available in Your Choice of Configurations:
Configuration A: Station to Station - designed for fixed site, point to point communication
Configuration B: Station to Mobile - useful in a vehicle
Configuration C: Station to Portable (includes 25w car booster) - uses a small handset which may be carried anywhere
XL7200 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Number of Channels:
AC 120V/60Hz 230V/50Hz DC 12V
Remote Fixed Site Receiver
Number of Channels:
AC 120V/60Hz 230V/50Hz DC 12V
Remote Mobile Unit
Number of Channels:
Directional YAGI Antenna
Max Power Input:
Velocity Wind Rating:
5.5dB on 254MHz 6.5dB on 380MHz
Specifications for the remote handset will be posted shortly. Technical diagrams will also follow. NOTE - this device is not FCC certified and may not be used in the USA