The Hi-Phone Maestro is a professional grade multi-line voice telephony device. It's extensive functionality and open architecture gives developers, system integrators, and OEMs the flexibility to develop a wide range of application solutions to suit different markets.
With ExceleTel TeleTools, integrating the Hi-Phone with your application is fast and easy.
ExceleTel and Way2call have a long history of close cooperation. We have been working together for nearly a decade to continually advance the Hi-Phone as the premier TAPI desktop CTI device. This long relationship, extensive technical experience, and world-wide deployment has allowed ExceleTel to establish and maintain our industry leading position for Hi-Phone telephony application development tools, Hi-Phone technical assistance, and Hi-Phone distribution.
Please consider ExceleTel as the source for all your Hi-Phone needs.
The Hi-Phone product line consists of several models and can support a wide variety of applications. For an overview of the differences please review the product line comparison table.
The Hi-Phone Maestro has 3 model versions:
Power Dialer (PWD)
Power Conference (PWC)
The Hi-Phone Maestro's small footprint, external stackable form factor, and Plug & Play (PnP) capabilities make it easy to deploy.
A high quality, cost effective product for
Hi-Phone Maestro Highlights
Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7
Windows Server 2012 R2 / 2012 / 2008 R2 / 2008
32bit and 64bit
USB 2.0 (Full speed, High speed)
Telephone Line Interface:
Trunk Type: 2-wire analog
Four RJ11 for external (loop start) phone lines, One RJ11 for local phone support
PSTN: Loop Start Analog
One RJ12 jack for professional headset
Two 3.5mm jack In/Out (PC style)
Power, suspend, headset, handset, Line1, Line2, Line3, Line4
7.5V DC from external power adapter
USB bus powered
Operating Temperature: 10 ° to 40 ° C
Storage Temperature: 5 ° to 55 ° C,
15% - 80% relative humidity, non-condensing
Supports TAPI 2.1
Direct sound support
Local Phone set:
Handset on/off hook detection
Hook flash detection
Visual message waiting generation
Caller ID and Caller ID on call waiting (CIDCW) generation
Line on/off hook detection
Distinctive ringing detection
Loop current drop detection
Hook flash generation
Caller ID detection (FSK, DTMF)
Caller ID on Call waiting (CIDCW) detection
On hook audio in streaming (wiretapping)
Parallel phone on/off hook detection (Phone which is not attached to the device)
Parallel phone DTMF detection (Phone which is not attached to the device)
Plug in/out detection
Thumbwheel digital volume control
PCM 16 bit 8Khz
Mixer of 3 audio sources (For conferencing)
Separate channel volume control
Call progress detection:
SIT (Special Information Tone detection)
Dial tone, Ring back, busy, reorder, voice, connected, silence and fax.