Tel-Logger 10 Telephone Voice and Data Recorder

If your business or personal needs go beyond simply being able to record up to 10 hours of crystal clear two-way telephone conversation, take a look at the Tel-Logger 10 Telephone Voice and Data Recorder.

In addition to proving a full ten hours of voice recording capacity using a standard cassette tape, the Tel-Logger 10 telephone voice and data recording system records the telephone company-provided Caller ID for all recorded inbound calls, as well as the outbound dialed number and overall call duration, from any monitored phone.

How are people using the Tel-Logger 10?

Businesses use it to record their customer service calls, monitor inbound and outbound telemarketing agents, and to control toll call costs by creating permanent records of all numbers dialed from any monitored phone or extension.

It’s especially valuable for organizations with HIPAA or SOX privacy and disclosure requirements, as well as for financial advisors or anyone who needs a permanent voice record of conversations with clients. It’s also the perfect tool for security and investigative agencies as well for people who are suspicious about the activities of a spouse or child.

The extended data recording capacity of the Tel-Logger 10 Telephone Voice and Data Recorder will easily hold up to 9,000 calls. The 4 batteries will power the recorder for a full 10 hours of recording time, because the device only draws battery power when it is actually recording a call. An optional A/C adapter is also available.

The Tel-Logger 10 Telephone Voice and Data Recorder is housed in a heavy-duty plastic case for maximum protection. It’s fully portable and can be quickly installed at any location. The smart-life battery system lets you safely deploy the Tel-Logger 10 Telephone Voice and Data Recorder even in areas where A/C power is not readily available.

When you need to know what’s happening on your telephone lines, the Tel-Logger 10 Telephone Voice and Data Recorder will provide the answers. Always remember to check with your states law about recording telephone conversations.