As a factory trained/ certified dealer for Telex Dispatching Systems, you can trust that we can help you from design through installation and years of support and upgrades.
With VoIP technologies, dispatch centers can be upgraded with less downtime and adding dispatcher positions and hardware is more plug-n-play than traditional analog systems. Also, you can setup remote dispatch centers, remote radio towers, and more using a high-speed internet connection.
If you have two office locations, instead of setting up two separate dispatch centers, you can connect the two and reduce costs by having one dispatcher handle radio and phones from both locations at the same time.
You can even connect an iDen phone to be part of the entire system, so your dispatcher only needs access to one headset and one computer monitor.
Our software and hardware combines the following into one complete package:
|C-Soft System - Includes
a Desktop Computer, 17" LCD Monitor, with optional touch screen monitor(s), keyboard, mouse, HB-3+, speakers, dispatch headset and
|IP-223 - adapter provides
a reliable means of remotely controlling up to two, two-way radio base
stations. The adapter interconnects to Vega's C-6200 IP console or the
C-Soft Windows console by means of any available Wide Area Network (WAN)
connection, including wireless. And now, the IP-223 can be optionally
compatible Tetra radio systems, commonly found throughout the world. It
is also now capable of decoding 5/6 tone signaling.
|The HB-3 Plus contains its
own microprocessor and software, giving it intelligence and the ability
to control multiple inputs and outputs. The adapter operates in two
distinct modes. The PC mode is compatible with C-Soft and allows for the
use of standard dispatcher quality accessories with the C-Soft
application. The second mode, legacy console support, allows the HB-3
Plus to connect to a Vega console through the headset jack and gives the
dispatcher access to the advanced features of the HB-3 Plus.
|The NEO-10 is a
network-based Enput/Output device that has 10 DPDT relays and 10 inputs
for monitoring external events. Anytime a relay or input changes,
the NEO-10 sends out multicast packet bursts, allowing all users to see
status updates in real time. Actual control of the NEO is accomplished
by a TCP/IP socket connection from the controlling console.
|The NI-223 gives
dispatchers the ability to remotely control the functions of Falcon
Class iDen phones, much the same as they can with mobile radios. Users
will be able to change groups, initiate and terminate calls, as well as
communicate directly with the phone user. These functions will be
available to all dispatchers on the network.
The iDen phone is connected to the NI-223 via the accessory connector. The NI-223 connects directly to a Telex/Vega IP-223 on the IP network. The NI-223 provides power to the iDen phone and passes caller ID information back to the console giving the dispatcher access to valuable tracking information.
|The PIB-223 virtually
eliminates echo that has been previously common to telephone
conversations over an IPradio dispatch network. Dispatchers will
experience significant improvements in audio performance when placing
and receiving land-line phone calls from their dispatch position.
Additionally, a single phone line can now be a shared resource among
several IP-based dispatch consoles in a facility. By utilizing a
sophisticated algorithm, the PIB-223 virtually eliminates echo that has
been previously common to telephone conversations over an IPradio
|The C-6200 is a multi-line
full-featured desktop control console designed with VoIP Technology for
use with conventional radio systems. The C-6200 is a self-contained DSP-based
console that does not require CEB or under-the-desk CPU equipment. The
C-6200 can be easily connected to any internal Ethernet network by
connecting a standard 10/100 base TX cable to the back of the unit and
assigning it an address, thus allowing for an unlimited number of C-6200
consoles to have full control and functionality over the system.
|IP-1616 is the first 8-line, VoIP
only, full-featured desktop control console on the market. Its small
footprint makes it an ideal solution to crowded desktop radio control
positions. It is compatible with Vega’s other VoIP products—the C-6200,
IP-223, IP2002, and C-Soft. By virtue of being part of Vega’s overall
VoIP solution, any radio or console resource on the network can be
monitored and controlled.
|The IP-2002 is a two-line, full-featured desktop control console for use
with conventional radio systems.
With a self-contained dual processor, the IP-2002 does not require a CEB or CPU equipment. The IP-2002 connects to any internal Ethernet network, allowing for an unlimited number of consoles to have full control and functionality over the system.