ESI Communications Dispatch Console

Electronic Specialties, Inc. communication dispatch systems are proven performers known for their dependability and are the link in between dispatchers and field personnel. They can consolidate a variety of resources to give operators acute control over an entire network of critical radio and telephone communications. Allowing flexibility in managing and operating one or more base station radios, such as simultaneous broadcasts over multiple radio channels and patching users between two different radio systems.  No matter the type, your equipment is essential and Electronic Specialties offers many options that can be tailored to meet your needs and budget.

One of the communication dispatch systems Electronic Specialties, Inc. sells and services is Zetron.  Their radio dispatch console systems are known for their reliability, interoperability, ease of use, and configurability.  Regardless of the scope and size of your operations, Zetron has a dispatch console to support them.

Zetron's Max Dispatch
MAX Dispatch delivers the solid performance Zetron is known for in a breakthrough, end-to-end IP-based system. It includes an intelligent user interface that simplifies operations, and end-to-end redundancy that provides a level of reliability no other IP-based console can offer
Zetron’s new MAX Dispatch gives you the solid reliability and performance you expect from Zetron in a breakthrough, IP-based dispatch console system.

Product Features:

  • Intelligent UI: Highlights information pertinent to the task at hand; reduces information overload.
  • Built-in Network Health Monitor: Provides constant feedback about network status.
  • Advanced tools: Streamline installation and minimize field time.
  • Dual connections: Ensure end-to-end network redundancy.

Zetron's Series 4000 Communication Control System
The Series 4000 is designed for medium-sized communications centers. It offers exceptional reliability, easy programming and economical upgrades. It also allows operators to monitor and perform dispatching tasks using up to 48 radios, both conventional and trunked

Unique Series 4000 capabilities include CRT based operator positions, trunked radio compatibility, and an integrated instant recall recorder that captures radio traffic on each channel.

Featuring three styles of operating positions and two common controller sizes, a Series 4000 system can be economically scaled to accommodate from 8 to 48 channels and from 1 to 16 operator positions.

Common Control Units
A Common Control Unit (CCU) is the central controller responsible for switching and routing multiple audio channels between operating positions and the external devices such as base stations, control stations, repeaters, telephones, monitor receivers, and intercoms.

Zetron's Model 4010 Radio Dispatch Console
The Model 4010 Radio Dispatch Console packs more capability into a compact package than any other small console available. The Model 4010 (Desktop) and Model 4010R (Rackmount) Radio Consoles are self-contained, single position radio console systems which accommodates up to 12 radio channels and 2 telephone lines. The units are compact and versatile.

The Model 4010’s modular design and programmability allow the unit to be configured to meet a wide range of public safety, government, institutional and industrial applications.

The Model 4010 is rigidly constructed, and is rated for continuous 7 day/24 hour applications with a proven track record of field reliability under the most demanding conditions. It is also suitable for portable applications, such as temporary or mobile Control Centers.

The Model 4010 has programmable function buttons for functions such as group call, channel select, channel mute, and channel patch. There is an integral keypad and LCD to display incoming calls. Two separate speakers are provided to allow the operator to hear selected and monitored audio, with volume levels adjusted on each individual channel. The operator options include a handset, gooseneck or desk microphone, headset and footswitch. Base station control is local or remote, using tone remote control 2970 Hz keytone, DC or E.

Standard Product Features and Configuration:

  • Expandable rackmount or office-styled desktop configuration
  • Flexible paging encoder
  • Supports DTMF, Motorola/GE Two-Tone, Plectron, 5/6 Tone, Quick Call I (2+2), Knox, and Rotary Dial
  • Accommodates most industry standard radio interfaces including: Tone Remote, DC Remote, Local Control and E
  • Supports one or two telephone lines with intuitive controls: “answer”, “release”, and “hold”