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How does the ACP Series 2.0 work?
The ACP installs on an analog phone line and answers inbound calls at the first sign of ring voltage. After the ACP goes off‐hook, it immediately screens for fax and security access codes (SAC). During this processing period, a Bell spec “ring‐back” tone is issued to the calling party.
Once a SAC command is received, the call is routed to the corresponding port. In the absence of fax/access codes, the call is defaulted to device port #1. Outbound calls are processed in the normal fashion with barge‐in protection.
The emergency barge‐in (EBI) feature allows up to four user designated device ports to seize the phone line for critical outbound calls.
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Phone Line Isolation/Barge-In. This feature gives you the option of being able to prioritize access to the phone line during an outgoing phone call.
Calls can be interrupted by either dialing a programmed number of digits or programming the amount of time a receiver has to be off-hook.
Up to four device ports can now be designated for emergency line seizure for critical applications.
For Your Information
Dimensions: 6.3" W x 9.5" D x 1.4" H
A full 2-year warranty on parts and labor, which may be extended for a fee determined by order quantity.
PolNet 2.01 © ACP (3, 5 or 9 port model). 3-pin grounded power adapter, instruction/programming manual.
*Note: All prices include shipping and handling in the US and most of Canada. We reserve the right to charge up to the actual price of shipping on all orders outside the continental United States.
All USA orders are shipped UPS Ground unless specified. All Canadian orders are shipped USPS Priority International unless specified. For air and express shipments, appropriate charges will be applied to your order.
Manufactured by Multi-Link ©, Inc.
The Polnet® ACP is made in the USA.
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A Word About Cost...
When considering PolNet © ACP's for use in your remote location, it may be wise to first consider the cost of operating with out them. Below is a chart outlining the cost of adding two dedicated data phone lines per remote location in a 100-unit retail chain. The cost savings have been extended from one to three and five years.
|# of lines||$ per line||Monthly $ per Location||Yearly $ per Location||Yearly $ per 100 Locations||3 Year $ per 100 Locations||5 Year $ per 100 Locations|
|2||$ 30||$ 60||$ 720||$ 72,000||$ 216,000||$ 360,000|
|2||$ 40||$ 80||$ 960||$ 96,000||$ 288,000||$ 480,000|
|2||$ 50||$ 100||$ 1200||$ 120,000||$ 360,000||$ 600,000|
|2||$ 60||$ 120||$ 1440||$ 144,000||$ 432,000||$ 720,000|
|2||$ 70||$ 140||$ 1680||$ 168,000||$ 504,000||$ 840,000|
|2||$ 80||$ 160||$ 1920||$ 192,000||$ 576,000||$ 960,000|
Hopefully we have enlightened you, but numbers don't lie. Communicating, either with a phone or a modem-driven device is expensive (and we didn't even include the cost of having the lines installed by the phone company).
With Pol-net, you can reduce fixed costs by these amounts thus put this amount toward your bottom line. It makes sense to use Polnet. Order online today or email email@example.com with you questions. We look forward to serving you.