Eliminate mad dashes and missed calls! The GN1000 RHL lets you answer remotely! Its built-in ring detector alerts you to incoming calls. Then, it automatically lifts your handset off-hook when you activate your headset. Compatible with all GN Wireless headsets and amps (except multimedia packages).
Easy installation. Reliable performance.
It takes just a moment to connect the GN1000 RHL, which is fully compatible with your phone. And once it’s set up, you can count on this device to perform. It’s fast…raising and lowering your handset in just a fraction over 1 second. It’s quiet. And it’s tested to hold up through 100,000 calls and then some!
What’s more, the GN1000 RHL uses advanced telecoil (T-coil) technology for highly accurate ring detection. When a call comes in — usually when you’re down the hall, right? — this remote answerer sends a tone to your headset. Just activate your GN headset and the lifter raises your handset automatically. When you’re finished talking, simply turn off your headset and the GN1000 RHL lowers your phone’s receiver.
The GN1000 RHL attaches right to your phone (provided your handset is on the left side), so you don’t have to give up any desktop space to accommodate it. And, this clever device provides another nice feature you’ll appreciate: there's a built-in online indicator to let your colleagues see at a glance when you’re on the line. No more interruptions!
Before you order:
This device is compatible right out of the box with most business and PBX phone systems. However, the ring detector feature may not work with some AT&T phones, and if you have any of the following phones, you may need a special adapter:
Pros: I have used this headset lifer since 2007 without ANY issues. It was very easy to set up and has been used constantly since then with no problems
Cons: The only con that I can think of is sometimes Static Electricity will cause the lifter to lift up on its own, making me use the headset answer button twice to get the bar to lower back to normal. It could be that people have forced the bar down and broken it due to static electricity causing the bar to raise.
Other Thoughts: I see some people have problems with the arm breaking, I have been using mine without any issues for 4+ years now. I get anywhere from 2-3 dozen calls a day.
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Broken Lifter Arm
Pros: Wireless, easy to install, decent range and audio clarity
Cons: The adheasion pads that hold thehandset lifter inplace are weak. The audio gets distorted at higher volumns and in the upper and lower frequency bands.
Other Thoughts: The remote lifter arm ceased to operate, thus the headset acts as a speaker only. The unit is a waste of money.
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Pros: Well...it's definitely wireless.
Cons: You need to have a low-tech ridiculous contraption to lift the handset for my 8x8 VOIP phone. Reception is poor often echoing in my ear.
Other Thoughts: It works...I'll deal with it... but will continue to look for a better solution.
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“I have used this headset lifer since 2007 without ANY issues. It was very easy to set up and has been used constantly since ...”— 2/3/2012
“The adheasion pads that hold thehandset lifter inplace are weak. The audio gets distorted at higher volumns and in the upper ...”— 10/12/2010