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ANDOVER CONTROLS INTRODUCES CONTINUUM(tm)
VT-1 VOICE TELECOM MODULE
Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Module Interfaces to Windows NT-based Continuum Building System
For Immediate Release
Andover, Mass. - Andover Controls announces the new Continuum(tm) VT-1 voice-output/touch-tone input telecom module. The VT-1 provides users with easy-to-use remote data entry capabilities for their Windows NT-based Continuum Building System using the familiar touch-tone keypad on any standard or cellular telephone.
The VT-1 can be used to change building set points or schedules; arm or disarm alarms; unlock doors; and request status or determine operating conditions of equipment, etc. Users simply dial the VT-1's telephone extension, enter a password, and listen to pre-programmed prompts; and then respond by inputting the appropriate data using the buttons on your telephone keypad.
Tenant Override-Just Call It In!
The VT-1 is the perfect solution for tenant override control. Building occupants; for example, an employee working late, can call in to the Continuum system to modify their building's schedule, extending the hours of operation for the HVAC and lighting in their area. With the addition of a VT-1 module, you can expand the accessibility of your Continuum system by allowing all users the ability to modify their environments right from their desks.
Similar to all Continuum modules, the VT-1 features a sleek, lightweight casing and built-in quick-release fasteners on the back for easy DIN rail mounting. The VT-1 can be mounted with the Continuum system in an optional NEMA 1-style Continuum enclosure or mounted remotely and connected using approved cable and powered from a local 24 VDC power supply. The VT-1 interfaces to a telephone line via a standard RJ-11 phone jack.
To find out more about Andover Controls and their new product line, Continuum(tm), visit their web site at http://www.andovercontrols.com.
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