Equipment Types

All the following equipment as well as a description of each, are available for your review. For additional information about any of the equipment, please contact Relay South Dakota Outreach Services.


A TTY is a special device that lets people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disabled use the telephone to communicate, by allowing them to type & read messages using South Dakota Relay.

Ultratec—Superprint 4425

Ultratec—Superprint 4425

Product # 4425
  • Programmable auto-answer
  • Remote message retrieval of messages in auto-answer
  • 32K memory
  • Personal phone directory storage
  • Programmable Relay Voice Announcer
  • Greeting key for easy one-touch sending of greeting message
  • Memory dialing and dialing by name
Hearing Loss
Speech Disabled
Uniphone 1140

Uniphone 1140

Product # UT1140
  • Volume control for telephone handset (10dB gain)
  • Special convenience keys: Dial & Volume control
  • Direct Connect
  • Keyboard dialing, follow-on dialing
  • Call progress (says "ringing" or "busy")
  • Turbo Code® and Auto ID™
  • 2-line, 2 x 24-character LCD display
  • 10 speed dial keys
  • Special emergency, menu, and arrow keys
  • Auto-Answer with programmable message with 8k memory
  • Built-in Ring flasher
  • Printer port to connect an external printer
  • 1-year warranty
Hearing Loss
Speech Disabled