DAC DA-110RS Deluxe D-Phone Digital Dictate Station

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DAC DA-110RS Deluxe Dictate Station - New

The DA-110RS product line are specialized digital telephony stations that imitate the functions of a Dictaphone C-Phone® and Lanier. Telephone lines can be used for remote dictation and transcription, or the stations can be direct-wired to the server


Dictating has never been easier. The familiar and comfortable handset provides quick access to the Record and Play features. The DA-110RS allows you to connect and dictate to any telephony enabled dictation system. This includes our Voice Solutions Server as well as Dolbey Fusion, Winscribe, DVI, and more.

Digital stations are best for:

Applications where PCs are not available for software-based dictation

Users who only have thin-clients or term-inal services such as Citrix or Windows

Users who are used to and prefer tele-phony based solutions

DA-110RS stations require:

Any telephony enabled dictation system

Junction box (if direct-wired)


DAC DA-110RS Features:

  • Specially Designed Telephone Handset that offers complete control of record, playback, and rewind functions all with a touch of your thumb.
  • Connects direct-wired or over a telephone line
  • DIP switch toggles between Dictaphone or Lanier emulation
  • Built-in autolog feature to dial the systems
  • 10 programmable one-touch dialers with battery backup
  • Attractive, modern design
  • Internal battery backup retains programming even with loss of power

DAC DA-110RS Dictation Station Includes:

  • DAC Dictation Station
  • RJ11 Phone Cord
  • Power Supply
  • Instruction Manual.


  • 9 tall x 6 wide x 3.5 deep



DAC DA-110RS Dictation Station Emulation Options

  • C-Phone
  • Lanier

Emulation Help

The emulation you choose for your telephony station determines what tones are produced from certain functions. Most digital dictation systems allow you to modify what function corresponds with a tone. However, with some systems you will need to have a station that matches the tones and functions already configured. Or perhaps you simply want to match the emulation of previous stations for consistency.

To illustrate what different emulations do, let's say a particular station has a Play button. One emulation may send a 1 for its tone. Whereas another may send a 3. The emulation is based on the station's chipset and therefore cannot be changed.

C-Phone Emulation

             Record               Rewind               Play               Stop            New Job

                  D                        7                     B                    B                   8

Lanier Emulation

             Record               Rewind               Play               Stop            New Job

                   2                        3                      1                    4                   5


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