TRIXES USB 56K External Dial Up Voice Fax Data Modem for Windows
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Experience fast Internet connectivity with this USB 2.0 Data/Fax External Modem. It supports V.92 lite protocols and features 56K download speeds, 48K data uploads, and 14.4 Kbps fax modes.It offers quick connect and modem on hold features and supports auto dial, pulse dialing, and more With the included USB cable, phone cord and software, setup is fast and easy.
Dial up voice fax data modem
Chipset set: Conexant 93010
USB 2.0 interface
56 Kbps download speeds
V.92 lite protocol
Up to 48 Kbps uploads
14.4 Kbps fax mode
AT command set feature
Quick connect and modem on hold features
Supports auto dial, pulse dialing, auto answer, auto retrain
Supports window 98/2000/XP/ vista(32Bit) , Win7 (32Bit)
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1 x USB 56K External Dial Up Voice Fax Data Modem
1 x CD Driver Disc
1 x Telephone / line cable
1 X User Manual
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Top Customer Reviews
for those people that need the occasional dialup connection, but don't necessarily have either a PCI slot, or a serial port, this device works.
Just plug it in, and either use the driver CD supplied, or, let your OS autodetect and install.
The cable supplied is a RJ11 to RJ11, for use in the UK you need a RJ11 to BT cable, easy to get hold of.
I bought this as a last-ditch attempt to narrow down the problem and to my astonishment it worked. I was seriously surprised because it arrived in a plastic bag, with a battered piece of paper listing its features and no instruction manual of any sort. The cable included was the wrong one to connect to my BT socket and the CD wouldn't load. So it was with complete pessimism that I plugged it into the USB socket and instructed the PC to dial to my host. It worked first time without fuss, bother or any issues. I uploaded the new pages for the website and that too worked beautifully.
The modem looks plasticy and rather fragile, but the thing works (in this case with my Windows 8 64-bit system), so in spite of the other grumbles I cannot complain about the end result. It worked, my websites are udpated, and if I look after it I am sure that it will continue to serve me well.
It is a V92 modem with voice (half duplex sound card built into the USB installs as a 2nd driver automatically) Data (with compression), fax capability and Caller Line ID.
Badged Trixes it appears internally as a Conexant CX93010 UCMxx USB Modem. (Conexant make the chipsets not the modems).
Physically its a dongle design using a utility looking very light flimsy plastic box with two LED's a short USB cable and an RJ11 socket. The supplied RJ11 cable both ends is not useful in the UK as we need a phone jack one end.
I have a few computers and had mixed results with the drivers. of my two windows 7 machines one installed finding the drivers on windows update and worked first time. the other didn't find the drivers on windows update and refused to install with the provided drivers because they are unsigned.
After a bit of poking around websites I got unsigned drivers to install and all was good.
IT COMES SET UP FOR USA
Out of the box its default country is USA (country code B5) and needs changing for the UK for me (B4). also Caller Line ID is turned off by default
Turning these on is easy use these commands the last one AT&W saves
AT+GCI=B4 AT-SCID=1 AT+VCID=1 AT&W
Now caller Line ID will work properly and can be tested by any terminal program like putty where you will see RING followed by the data. AT+VRID=0 will show you the last incoming number received.
ATi3 reports it as a Conexant CX93001-EIS_V0.2002-V9. a google will find the full command manual titled "AT Commands for CX930xx-2x and CX93040-1x Modem Reference Manual" for free.
Its features I have come across appear to be unrestricted for example all the countries in the table can be chosen - it isn't limited to just a few.
It is pretty lightweight and is slower than a traditional internal or external dial-up modem but it 'plugged and played' immediately, without loading the software into a machine with Win 7 OS.
I was very pleased to find a cheap piece of kit to use in a temporary situation, and I am happy to recommend it to anyone who needs an emergency fix.
Delivery was slower than expected - 8 days!
However, on my Windows 7 64 bit the Windows fax and scan won't recognise it nor install it from the cd (selecting Have Disk just takes back to a previous screens with no options to do anything except cancel).
No idea if it is this device or Windows.
And I accidentally ordered two. Sigh.
I think I will order a telephone fax.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does not work on Windows 10. Waste of money if you try using this.Published 22 days ago by Peter McVeigh
I wanted something to connect my telephone link to my computer, so I could dial from the screen, but the item supplied could not do itPublished 1 month ago by GeorgeShaw
I bought one of these modems purely for its Caller ID function. At £8.99 it was cheap enough to be thrown away if it didn't work but a number of reviews, especially klone's 5-star... Read morePublished 1 month ago by P
Well functioned tidy unit. Bought for Raspberry Pi telephony project and worked straight away under Linux / Raspbian without the need for a powered usb hub. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Does not do voice as stated... Which it what I wanted it for as an answer phonePublished 7 months ago by Mark
still cant get it to work with windows 7. Have not been able to get help from anyone including Microsoft and amazon. Instructions relate to earlier Microsoft versionsPublished 10 months ago by Freda Morgan