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automatic dialer

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′dīl·ər]
(electronics)
A device in which a telephone number up to a maximum of 14 digits can be stored in a memory and then activated, directly into the line, by the caller's pressing a button. Also known as mechanical dialer.
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Reprogram equipment or features including automatic dialers, speed-dialing, call forwarding, modems for computer or Internet dial-up access, etc.
The Z-330TJA DSL Filter isolates all voice-band equipment devices, such as telephones, answering machines, fax machines, modems operating at or below 56 kbps and automatic dialers.
Automatic dialers with headsets and computer terminals equip each marketer for his shift.
McClintock said schools also used their phones and automatic dialers to contact voters, and students wrote letters in the classroom urging a vote on Proposition BB.
Security officers and insurance carriers need to become aware of how automatic dialers work and what types of combination locks thwart them.
Many other features on automatic dialers are not necessary but are most convenient.
Reprogram equipment or features including automatic dialers, speed-dialing, call forwarding, fax machines, modems for computer or internet dial-up access, voicemail services, entry gates, alarm and security systems, to reflect the 1 + area code + telephone number dialing change.
It's important for businesses to begin planning now - they will want to have plans in place to reprogram any equipment necessary, such as their PBX systems, fax machines, speed calling lists, pagers/beepers, voice mail services, modems, automatic dialers, cellular/PCS telephones and burglar alarms/security systems.
Using a database, automatic dialers determine if a call is being picked up by an answering machine and then deliver a recorded message.
I had looked into technologies like automatic dialers," explains current club president Nancy Padberg.
The DSL user installs the filter on each telephone jack in the premises that contains voice-band equipment devices, including corded/cordless telephones, answering machines, fax machines, modems 56Kb/s and slower, automatic dialers, recorder connectors, and satellite television set-top boxes.
This includes telephones, speed dialing programs, modems, fax machines, automatic dialers, life safety systems, Internet dial-up numbers, alarm and security systems, gates, mobile phone contact lists, call-forwarding settings and voice mail services.

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