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Series 4000 Communication Control System
Spec Sheet
Model 4020 CCU
Integrator RD
Model 4048 CCU
The Series 4000 is a programmable, multichannel, multi-position
radio control console featuring three operator position styles to
meet a variety of user needs.
• Public Safety
• Police/Fire
• EMS/Ambulance
Common Control Units (CCU)
The CCU is the central “switch” that routes audio between
radio/phone channels and console operating positions. Series
4000 CCUs are available in two capacities to match your
application needs.
• EOC/Disaster Management Centers
• Government
• Transportation
• Aviation
• Mass Transit
• Maritime
• Railways
• Energy
• Fresh/Waste Water
• Oil/Gas
• Electric
• Facilities Safety & Security
Cross Channel
*15 with patch card installed
• Utilities
• Healthcare
• Corporate/College Campuses
• Casinos
• Hotels/Resorts
The Zetron Series 4000 Communications Control System is a fullfeatured radio dispatch console for a multichannel radio system.
It provides operators with an efficient means of monitoring and
dispatching with up to 48 radios, both conventional and trunked.
A Series 4000 system is comprised of a common control unit and
one or more console operator positions.
The Series 4000 can be controlled and monitored from up to
sixteen console operator positions. Three different styles of
console positions are available and may be mixed in the same
system: rackmount, desktop, and PC-based consoles. Any of
these consoles may be located remotely and connected to the
Series 4000 via Zetron’s IP Console Gateway.
Designed for Reliability
Depending on the application, the Series 4000 can be configured
for “no single point of failure” or full redundant operation. The
Model 4020 and 4048 CCUs, with their dual system buses, may
be configured with dual system controllers and dual power
supplies to ensure that no single failure will result in a complete
loss of operation. For highly critical applications, the Series 4000
CCUs can be configured for full redundant operation.
Radio Interface Compatibility
Zetron’s advanced PC-based radio dispatch software, Integrator
RD is recommended.
The Series 4000 is compatible with virtually all manufacturers’
base stations, control stations, and repeaters utilizing local,
standard tone or DC control protocols. Depending upon the
configuration of the radio, these control protocols typically
support frequency selection, activation of CTCSS tones, main/
standby selection, and a host of other functions. The Series 4000
may also support a variety of trunked radio systems using the
Wireless Console concept.
Because of the wide variety of wireless trunked radio
interfaces, Zetron’s Series 4000 is an ideal platform to support
communications interoperability. The Series 4000 may be used
to patch together two or more agencies using different trunked
radio schemes to communicate with each other. For on-scene
communications, a small version of the Series 4000, the Model
4020, can be installed in a mobile communications van and used
for both tactical dispatching, as well as on-scene interoperability
The Series 4000 offers exceptional application flexibility to meet
a wide range of user requirements. Operating position types can
be “mixed or matched”, and radios and/or operating positions
are easily remoted.
The following is a list of currently available Wireless Console
interfaces. Certain options for designated radios may be
required. Call Zetron for details.
Motorola ASTRO®
Consoles manufactured by trunked radio system manufacturers
are typically designed to communicate with their trunked radio
infrastructure via wired communications links. While this may
provide a few operational advantages (such as the ability to
override a conversation in progress) the cost for the additional
infrastructure interfaces and the cost of the leased wire circuits
can quickly add up. This cost may be justified for a large, main
dispatch center, but it may be prohibitive for secondary agencies
who are sharing the system.
• Compatible with Motorola ASTRO® Quantar/Quantro base
stations via the Motorola DIU-3000 digital interface
• Supports conventional, CAI (P25), ASTRO® 25
• PTT, emergency, channel selection, PL/NAC selection, repeat
on/off, coded/clear and encryption key selection
EF Johnson 5300 Series
• Compatible with EF Johnson mobile radios 53SL and 53ES
The Wireless Console concept allows the Series 4000 to interface
to a wide variety of different trunked radio schemes using
subscriber units (mobile radios) as control stations. This avoids
the extra cost for additional infrastructure equipment and
recurring wireline leases. In most cases, Series 4000 operators
can access the full set of features present on the subscriber unit
(including PTT ID), but with the subscriber unit located where
needed for proper RF coverage. For Wireless Console operation
• Supports analog and P25 conventional, and SMARTNET®/
SmartZone®, ASTRO® and P25 trunking
• PTT ID, emergency, status messaging and 15 control functions
including channel/talk-group selection, PL/NAC selection, talkaround on/off, coded/clear and scan on/off
Integrator RD Workstation
(w/Model 4219)
Local Base Station
Model 4020/4048
Common Control Unit
Model 4118/4115
Rackmount Console
Remote Base
(leased lines)
Local Control
RF/MW Link
Model 4018
Desktop Console
Remote Base
(control station interface)
Motorola iDEN®/Sprint Direct Connect®
• Compatible with iDEN and Direct Connect radios
• Supports Nationwide Direct ConnectSM or cross-fleet private calls
and Group Walkie-Talkie (cross fleet group calls) on some radio
• PTT ID, emergency status messaging, call alerts, local area group
calls, target area group calls, and in-fleet private calls
• EDACS® with Harris Orion, Jaguar 725M, M7100IP, and M7300
• P25 with Harris M7100IP and M7300 Radios
• Group and local ID display
• Group calls, individual calls and emergency calls
MPT 1327
• Compatible with the Motorola GM1200, Tait T2020, 2035,
T2040, and TM8255 radios with MAP27 options
• New 1327 & Kenwood Radios
• Compatible with the Zetron Model 427 for direct
connection to Zetron infrastructure
• Compatible with the Tait MAP27 Gateway for direct connection to Tait infrastructure
Kenwood® TK-x80, TK-x180, TK-5x10, and NEXEDGE™
• Compatible with the TK-780/7180, 880/8180, 980 and 981
• Supports LTR® and Passport® (TK-x80 and x180) trunking
• Supports P25 conventional and trunking (TK-5x10)
• Supports NEXEDGE™ radios (NX 700 and NX 800)
• Supports a subset of Kenwood Fleetsync™ analog signaling
including PTT ID and status ID display
• 15 control functions including channel or talk group selection,
monitor, coded/clear and talk-around
The Series 4000 was designed to simplify the job of operating a
multichannel system, allowing operators to concentrate on the
content of their dispatching task. Product features include:
Programmable Controls — Button functions are fully
programmable. Each is clearly labeled to provide function
association. All primary functions are performed by a single
Up to Three Unselect Speakers — A Select speaker and up to three
Unselect speakers provide a left/right audio effect, making it easy
to distinguish whether the call was from the primary (Selected)
channel or another channel. Selecting a channel moves its monitor
audio to the Select speaker. Unselected audio channels can be
divided and routed to one of three Unselect speakers by operator
“Channel Check” Integrated Instant Recall Recorder Option — The
Series 4000 may be configured to provide a “per channel” instant
recall recorder. Recording duration is 4 minutes for each channel,
and playback is through the Select or Unselect speakers. If a radio
call is received during playback, the recorded audio is paused.
Emergency Alert/Acknowledge — With mobile and portable
radios equipped with MDC-1200 protocol, a user can press
a button to transmit an emergency ANI signal to request
immediate help. Zetron consoles provide an efficient way for
the dispatch to receive the identification information, send
an acknowledgment back to the radio, and respond to the
Instant Call Paging — The operator may “tone out” an entire
sequence of pages with the press of a single Instant Call button.
A two-level menu allows pages to be grouped into a logical
structure (e.g. “Police”, “Fire”, “EMS”) for easy access. Paging
sequences are automatically routed to the proper channel and
frequency, minimizing errors. Paging sequences may contain selfinitiating alert tones for indicating specific types of events. The
button’s indicators provide a “check list” to verify that the proper
pages were sent. Multi-format capability eliminates the need to
have a different encoder for each type of pager/decoder.
A Major Response Page (MRP) command, when pressed, will
activate multiple Instant Call Pages (ICP). The blue color of
the MRP differentiates it from the individual ICP commands.
Programming of the MRP commands eliminates the need for the
dispatcher to decide which individual ICP commands to activate
when multiple units are needed during a Major Incident.
Patch — Channels may be patched to other channels or
telephone lines. The operator may monitor the patch and
operate on other channels. One patch can involve more than two
channels. Multiple concurrent patches
are supported.
Simul-Select — The operator may select multiple channels
simultaneously so that one dispatch may be broadcasted to
several channels at once. Group-Selects may be invoked to select
predetermined groups of channels.
Individual Channel Volume — Each channel’s volume may be set
independently, allowing the operator to prioritize listening based
on volume level. A digital display shows volume percentage,
allowing accurate settings without audio present. Minimum
audio levels can be programmed to avoid missed calls.
Mute/All-Mute — Channel muting instantly reduces the volume
of a channel to a predetermined level. Removing a source of
unnecessary traffic helps the operator to concentrate on the
task at hand. All-Mute instantly reduces the volume of all nonselected channels at once.
Call — When channel activity is present, the channel’s “CALL”
indicator activates, making it easy to locate the source of the call.
The call indicator remains on for a few seconds after the activity
stops — in case the operator
was busy.
Busy — Whenever another console is transmitting on the
channel, the channel’s “BSY” indicator illuminates. This makes it
easy for the operator to distinguish parallel console transmissions
from field activity.
Transmit — The operator may transmit over the selected channel
simply by pressing the “Transmit” button or by pressing the
optional foot-operated transmit switch. With “Instant Transmit”,
the operator may transmit over a non-selected channel in order
to give a brief reply without changing channel selection.
Last-Call Transmit — The operator may transmit on the last
channel that experienced activity, allowing a call to be answered
without knowing the channel that it occurred on.
Volume Enhance — (PC based console only) To help the operator
focus on important messages, audio on the indicated channel
may be instantly boosted to an operator-controlled, preset level.
Level Meter — The LCD bar-graph level meter shows the level of
the transmitted voice so the operators can speak at the proper
level during transmissions. The meter also indicates level when
call activity is present on the selected channel.
Coded/Clear — For channels supporting encrypted speech,
this allows selection of encrypted or clear voice transmission.
Positive Mode Control can be enabled to ensure that the proper
encryption mode is always being used. This supports Motorola
Digital Voice Privacy using late model Motorola fixed RF stations,
including those using the Motorola DIU-3000 Digital Interface
Console Intercom — Allows an operator to call and talk to
another console operator within the system without using
the phone or leaving the position. Only the “called” console is
involved; other console operators are not affected.
Auxiliary Input/Output — Operators may control various contactclosure operated devices (such as lights, door locks, and voter
controls) from the console. External inputs (such as voter displays
and alarms) may be monitored at the console.
Alert — Up to four different alert tones may be transmitted to
indicate the type or priority of the dispatch to follow.
Desktop Console — Model 4018
For users requiring a compact desktop
console with styling suitable for an office
environment, the Model 4018 represents
an ideal solution. Measuring 9” x 18” x
14” (HxWxD), the Model 4018 features an
attractive two-tone clam-shell design with
select and unselect speakers, clock/audio level meter, volume
controls, and a built-in paging encoder.
The Model 4018 supports a total of 76 buttons for control of
system, channel, auxiliary I/O, and paging functions. Two LEDs
adjacent to each channel control button indicate status of the
various channel functions and auxiliary I/O devices.
Although the Model 4018 can handle up to 24 channels, the
typical system does not exceed 6-10 channels due to the limited
number of available buttons. Users requiring more channel
capacity than this should consider either the Model 4118/4115B
or the Integrator RD workstation.
Rackmount Console — Model 4118/4115B
For users who require a rackmount
installation or need a console with up to 24
channel capability, Zetron offers the Model
4118 Dispatch Console and Model 4115B
Console Expander. Each unit is 5 1/4” high x
19” wide with a panel designed to facilitate
mounting in a standard EIA 19” rack.
The Model 4115B Console Expander provides 60 programmable
function keys, each with dual LEDs for status indication of key
functions. At least one Model 4115B is required with each
Model 4118. This configuration provides functionality that is
identical to that of the Model 4018 with the added advantage of
expandability. Up to three Model 4115Bs can be interfaced with
a Model 4118, providing as many as 196 buttons for control of
channel, auxiliary I/O, Instant Call pages, and other functions.
PC-Based Console — Integrator RD Workstation
The Integrator RD radio
dispatch workstation
is comprised of a host
computer, monitor,
Integrator RD software
and either the Model
4217B Audio Panel or
the Model 4219 Audio
Interface. The Integrator
RD workstation is the most
sophisticated and largest
Model 4217B
capacity operator position
in the Series 4000 family. For applications requiring state of the
art performance, the Integrator RD workstation supports multitasking, networking, and multiple monitors.
The Model 4219 is
equipped with a pair of
high quality of 5-watt
speakers, each with their
own volume control
and voice modulated
LED. The Model 4219
slim-line audio panel
may be flexibly mounted
behind, under or on top
Model 4219
of the work surface, and
is sufficiently sized to serve as a stand for 15” and smaller LCD
video monitors.
Operating under a Windows® platform, Integrator RD displays
up to 36 channels on a single screen, providing a compact and
intuitive means of controlling even the most complex radio
With its multi-screen user interface, Integrator RD can easily
accommodate up to 48 channels, hundreds of Instant Call pages,
and a generous number of external alarm inputs and control
Integrator RD also supports multiple languages including English,
French, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic.
Six screens may be customized by the agency for a variety of
tactical situations and later recalled with a single mouse click.
Thus, only necessary channels are present on the screen even
when dispatch requirements change from hour to hour.
Control actions are accomplished with simple “point and
click” mouse operations or, when appropriately configured for
touchscreen operation, by touching an icon on the screen.
Integrator RD allows several types of information (e.g. ANI calls
and alarms) to be presented to the operator as a descriptive
name or phrase rather than an ID number. Pages can be initiated
by direct entry of a “cap code” or with an Instant Call “button”.
Instant Call pages of a given type may be grouped into logical
“folders” to simplify and speed operator access.
With the optional User Logon feature users may use the
Text Intercom to send messages between workstations. Also
administrators can give advanced feature permissions to
For additional detail, please contact Zetron for a copy of the
Integrator RD specification sheet and the Integrator RD demo CD.
The Common Control Unit, or CCU,
is the central “switch” that routes
audio and control signals between
the dispatch operating positions and
external communications devices such
as radios and telephone lines. The
modular architecture of the Series 4000
CCU allows a system to be configured
to economically meet the user’s current
Model 4020
needs while providing a cost-effective
upgrade path for future expansion. Two sizes of common
controllers are available. The Model 4020 provides a single card
cage solution for applications requiring up to 20 channels. For
larger applications, the Model 4048 accommodates up to 48
channels and 16 operating positions. Both employ the same
architecture and a common set of circuit cards. Each can be
configured for “no single point of failure” with dual system
busses, dual power supplies, and dual controllers. Standard
features include a dial-up diagnostic port for remote monitoring,
provisions for connection of an external time reference, and dual
voltage (12 VDC and 120/240 VAC) operation with the Model
4048 power supply. An optional Radio System Management
software package allows users to collect usage statistics on a “by
channel” and “by position” basis.
Circuit card options to populate the Model 4020 and 4048
CCU include: System Traffic Controller, Console Interface, Dual
Channel T/R Control, Auxiliary I/O, and Patch.
The System Traffic Controller, or STC, performs the central
control function for all cards in the CCU. STC’s may be operated
individually, or in a redundant configuration with one operating
in “hot standby”. In the event that the primary card fails, the
hot standby unit assumes control without interruption. The STC
features ports for remote diagnostics via a modem, a diagnostic
printer output, an external time reference input, and radio
system management output to an external PC executing the
Radio System Management software. Up to 4MB history of card
configuration reports, system changes, and errors are stored on
the STC for Zetron Service Assistance.
The Console Interface Card provides the interface circuitry to
connect the CCU to one dispatch console position (desktop, rack,
or video).
The Dual Channel T/R Control Card provides a two-channel
interface capability for base stations, control stations, repeaters,
“POTS” telephone lines, PAs, or intercoms.
Selected dual channel cards can optionally be configured with
“Channel Check”, an integrated four minute per channel instant
recall recorder.
Each Auxiliary Input/Output Card provides relay outputs and
discrete inputs for control/monitoring of external devices. Typical
applications include room light control, remote door opening,
intruder alarms, intercom signaling, and voter inputs. The card
also contains an IRIG-B decoder to support an interface with
external time references using that protocol.
The Patch Card is mandatory for applications requiring crosschannel patch capability. Both radio-to-radio and radio-totelephone patches are supported. The Patch Card may be
configured for 3 levels of patch paths; 8, 16, or 24.
The optional VoIP Console Gateway allows any Integrator RD
console position to be remoted from the CCU via an agency’s
LAN/WAN. This gives great flexibility in placement of dispatch
positions anywhere the LAN/WAN is available.
Model 4048
Shown mounted in optional cabinet.
Contact Zetron for cabinet options and pricing.
One of the unique features of the Series 4000 system is that it is
fully field programmable with the Console Programming System
for Windows® (CPSW) or Radio Dispatch Programming Software
(RDPS), and a Windows® PC. CPSW and RDPS not only allow
channels to be configured for various types of base stations,
but they also allow any button to be assigned any available
function. This eliminates costly upgrades while allowing the
system manager to reconfigure the buttons (or icons) at any
time in order to accommodate new operating procedures or
radio system changes. Key top labels are removable and do not
require engraving, allowing the keys to be relabeled as easily as
they are programmed. Standard key top legends are supplied by
Zetron while custom legends may be created in the field using
transparent key tops.
The distributed microprocessor architecture of the Series 4000 is
tolerant to component failure and can operate despite the loss of
a channel or console. LED indicators identify which card may be
causing a problem. A card or an entire console may be removed
or replaced while the system is in operation.
The service manual contains full schematics, parts IDs and
parts lists. Factory service, spare boards, and spare parts kits
are available. Available for-fee services include factory or onsite training, on-site commissioning, and after-hours service
technician support.
Radio Dispatch Programming Software (RDPS) for the Integrator
RD workstation.
Consoles are shipped from the factory programmed and labeled
to customer specifications. Changing the function of a key is
simply a matter of using the cursor to select a new function from
a menu-style list on the computer screen. When all selections
are made, the new configuration is saved and can be printed out
for a paper copy. The console to be changed doesn’t have to be
taken out of service until all programming changes have been
completed and saved. When ready, stored configurations are
downloaded to consoles in a matter of seconds. Configurations
can also be uploaded from a console to a PC for storage or
A wide range of microphone
and headset options are
available. Each type is
compatible with the desktop,
rackmount or video consoles.
Options include consolemounted
gooseneck microphone, desktop gooseneck microphone with
PTT bar, headset jack with volume control, secondary training
headset jack, and PTT handset with cradle. Any console may
be equipped with two of the options; one gooseneck or desk
microphone, and one headset or handset. “Smart” audio
switching always ensures that the proper microphone is
activated. Plugging a headset into its jack or lifting the handset
from its cradle automatically switches the select audio from the
console speaker to the earpiece. The footswitch option allows
hands-free transmit and monitor operation.
The Series 4000 is easy to install because of its “skinny wire”
design. The Common Control Unit is typically installed in an
equipment room near radio and telephone line terminations
where the bulk of the wiring is performed. Only 5-pairs of
wires must be run from the equipment room to each console.
This not only simplifies cable routing but reduces cable costs.
Connections between the Common Control Unit and the radio/
telephone terminations are via 25-pair cables and punchdown
blocks. Standard or lightning-protected punchdown blocks are
Dispatch consoles may be separated from the Common Control
Unit by any distance. Short distances allow direct wiring via
5-pair cable, while longer distances require the use of modems.
When modems are used over leased lines, only 5-pairs of audio
grade lines are required. When used over microwave, only three
full-duplex channels are required. Consoles may also be removed
over IP.
The optional IP Console Gateway allows any Integrator RD
console position to be remoted from the CCU via an agency’s
LAN/WAN. This gives great flexibility in placement of dispatch
positions anywhere the LAN/WAN is available.
Channel configuration is performed by CPS/RDPS, jumpers and
switches. Each channel may be configured for 2-wire, 4-wire or
6-wire (E&M), full-duplex or simplex, high or low impedance.
Channel test points and level adjustments are accessible without
the need for an extender card. All channel status LEDs on the
cards are visible from the front of the Common Control Unit.
Each card in the Common Control Unit performs continuous selfdiagnostics. If a serial RS-232 printer is connected to the system,
the diagnostics can be automatically recorded. The supervisor’s
console is notified in the event of a problem.
An external modem pair is used to
remotely locate a dispatch console up
to a mile from its Common Control
Unit when the distance is between
2000 - 5000 feet. The modem provides
amplification of audio signals and conversion of data signals to
in-band audio signals.
IP Console Gateway
Telephone Radio Headset Interface
The Telephone/Radio Headset Interface allows
the operator to use a common headset for
both telephone and dispatch console. Under
normal circumstances, the audio from the
console’s select channel is presented in the operator’s headset.
Upon activation of “XMIT”, the operator’s voice is directed
to the selected channel of the console. When the telephone
instrument is taken off-hook to answer a call, select channel
audio reverts back to the console’s select speaker, and telephone
audio is presented in the operator’s headset. The operator may
then carry on a full-duplex telephone conversation using the
headset. While off-hook, radio dispatch is muted to the phone
caller. Requires “off-hook” contact closure from telephone for
automatic switching.
CAD Encoder Port
For operator positions equipped with rackmount or desktop
consoles, a Model 25 paging encoder can provide a Computer
Aided Dispatch (CAD) port which allows the CAD system to select
the proper tone sequences and channels, eliminating much of
the potential for error. CAD interface is an optional feature on the
Integrator RD workstation.
Instant Recall Recorders
Zetron’s Instant Recall Recorders are
used to temporarily record and replay
radio and/or telephone traffic that passes
through a dis­patch position. They allow
the operator to replay for verification
his or her recent traffic without having
to leave the position to search for the
recording at the logging recorder. The
Integrator IRR Instant Recall Recorder is
a PC-based voice recording application
which adds Intelligent Integrated Workstation
(IIWS) call recording/playback capability to 9-1-1
telephone and/or radio dispatch systems. Zetron
also offers the Model 3022 for rackmount console
positions, which can be configured to meet
specific needs.
Automatic Number Identification (ANI)
Field units equipped with ANI encoders may be identified at the
console whenever they transmit, providing instant identification
of the calling party. ANIs may be stored and queued so that
multiple ANIs may be reviewed in the order in which they were
received. The rackmount console operates like the desktop with
its single display. The Integrator RD workstation displays the ANI,
or its alphanumeric alias, in each channel’s display area. ANI
formats supported include DTMF, 5/6 tone, GE-Star and MDC1200, and when used in conjunction with Zetron’s iRIM P25
SNSZ, FleetSync and PASSPORT.
Tone Remote Adapter
Zetron’s Model 250 Tone Remote Adapter
adapts to most EIA-standard base station radios
so they can be controlled by a dispatch console
operator. Multiple channel selection for up to 15
frequencies, up to six control outputs, and monitor and transmit
(PTT), make the Model 250 a powerful unit.
12 preset configurations of channel combinations, control
outputs, and monitor functions make the Model 250 easy to use.
Model 251 DC Remote Base Station Adapter
Zetron’s DC Remote Base Station Adapter is used to convert a
Local or E&M 2 or 4-wire analog circuit to a DC remote control
circuit. The DC control current is determined either by serial port
or 4 binary inputs – selecting one of up to 15 programmable
currents. For single-current applications (keying current) use of a
console’s PTT or M-lead signal is sufficient.
Door Intercom Interface
The Door Intercom Interface allows intercom station call and
audio signals to be monitored and controlled via the operator
consoles. The press of a station’s call button provides audible and
visual indicators to the operator. The operator may select one of
up to 12 stations to monitor or speak through. Compatible with
common 3- or 4-wire intercom modules such as Aiphone LE-D.
(Not suitable for “multi-master” intercom systems.)
Transmit Electrical Specifications
Audio Output:
+10 dBm max. into 600 ohm line
Output Impedance: Transmit: 600 ohm balanced.
Idle: 600 or 3500 ohms
<2% at full output. Hum, Cross-Talk all 50 dB at full output
Microphone Input: -65 dBm for full output
Aux. Mic Input:
-20 dBm for full output
Page/Spare Input:
-15 dBm, not compressed
Frequency Response: -3 dB to +1 dB from 250-3400 Hz
except guard tone notch
Input level increase of 30 dB above knee of
compression causes <3 dB output increase
Receive Electrical Specifications
Input Impedance:
600 or 10K ohm (4-wire)
600, or 3500 ohm (2-wire)
Line Balance:
66 dB at 1000 Hz
Rx Sensitivity:
-30 dBm max. at knee of compression; adjustable
Frequency Response: -3dB to 1 dB from 250-3400 Hz
except guard tone notch
Input level increase of 30 dB above knee of compression causes <3 dB output increase
< 2%
Call Light:
Sensitivity 20 dB below knee of compression (vox operation)
Audio Outputs:
5 watts into 4 ohms
Programmable from 0 to -50 dB “All-mute”
time programmable
Physical Specifications (H x W x D)
Model 4018:
9 x 18 x 14 inches
Model 4118:
5.25 x 19 x 4.5 inches
Model 4115:
5.25 x 19 x 2.25 inches
Integrator RD Workstation
Video Display:
Varies with selected monitor
M4217 Audio Panel
5.25 x 19 x 4.5 inches
M4219 Audio Interface
1.75 x 19 x 7 inches
Model 4048:
Chan. Card Cage 15.75 x 19 x 9.75 inches
Cons. Card Cage 17.5 x 19 x 9.75 inches
Power Supply 3.5 x 19 x 9.75 inches
Model 4020:
22.75 x 19 x 10 inches
Dust/Liquid Ingress: NEMA 1, IEC 60529 IP 30
Operating Temp:
0 to 45 degrees Celsius
Other Electrical Specifications
Capacity (M4048):
2-48 Channels
1-16 Operating Positions
(15 w/ Patch Card)
Capacity (M4020):
2-20 Channels
1-6 Operating Positions
PO Box 97004, Redmond, WA USA 98073-9704
(P) 1 425 820 6363
(F) 1 425 820 7031
27-29 Campbell Court, Bramley, Hampshire RG26 5EG, United Kingdom
(P) +44 1256 880663
(F) +44 1256 880491
PO Box 3045, Stafford Mail Centre, Stafford QLD 4053, Australia
(P) +61 7 3856 4888
(F) +61 7 3356 6877
Console Interface:
3 audio pairs (Select, Unselect, MIC) and 2
data (RS-422 @ 9600 Baud)
Channel Audio:
2-wire simplex/half-duplex, or
4-wire half/full-duplex
Channel Control:
Local, E&M, Tone Remote, DC* Remote,
Telephone (end-to-end), and selected
trunking radio protocols
DC Control:
Uses serial port or external contact closures
(e.g. PTT relay, M-lead) to select up to 15
programmable currents between 0 and 15.5
mA, positive or negative.
Drives line to up to 125 V sufficient for 8000
ohm loop resistance. Operates from 10.8 to 16
Volts DC.
Tone Control:
15 standard tones supported,
programmable (in 100 Hz increments) to
High Level Guard Tone
duration 100-790 msec. Function Tone duration 40 msec. Guard Tone Freq. 2175 Hz, alterable. Tone freq. accuracy
+ 0.2%; timing accuracy +1.0
Local Control:
PTT normally open relay contact rated 1.0 A
at 24 VAC/DC
E&M Control:
Tx control via PTT relay,
external 48V required
Trunking Control: EDACS®, MAP27, iDEN®, P25, SNSZ®,
LTR®, PassPort®, NEXEDGE™
Busy Chan.
Local Cross-Busy detection and Guard Tone
Time Synch:
IRIG-B (with Aux I/O Card)
RS-232 (1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2 Baud)
Radio Management
PortRS-232 (1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2 Baud)
Logger Port:
RS-232 (1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2 Baud)
Modem Port:
RS-232 (1200, 2400, 9600, 19.2 Baud)
Recorder Outputs:
1 per channel (Tx/Rx audio summation),
plus 1 output per console. 0 dBm level,
600 ohm single ended
Power Input (M4048): 85-132 VAC
170-264 VAC
47-63 Hz
12-13.8 VDC
280 Watts maximum
Power Input (M4020): 95-240 VAC 2 amps
50-60 Hz
150 Watts maximum
FCC part 15, FCC part 68
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Specifications subject to change
without notice.
005-0150AA May 2015
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