Model 15 Field-Programmable Encoder
The Model 15 is designed so that all setup parameters are keypad programmable and can be changed by a technician at the site to support any required system changes. The unit includes the Analog, Digital, and/or Custom Calls paging format packages. The installer can set up to 14 blocks of paging formats without having to contact Zetron for new firmware. This makes the Model 15 a good choice for most manual encoder applications.
The Model 15 encoder is designed for simple operation. Pages are entered with the sixteen button keypad and are displayed on a six character LED display for verification before being sent. A special key is provided to clear an invalid entry or abort a page in progress. A page can be repeated simply by pressing the page key again as long as the last page code is still in the display. The paging cycle is always indicated in the display to eliminate confusion.
Alphanumeric Paging From
The installation of the Model 15 is straightforward. The encoders can be powered by a wall transformer or an external 12 VDC supply. The unit performs a self-test of the microprocessor circuitry when power is first applied.
With the M15 all connections are made on a screw terminal strip. Relays allow transmitter keying and microphone muting.
An input is provided for connection to a channel activity indicator, such as a COR signal, to inhibit the encoder until the channel is clear. A steady tone can be generated to facilitate transmitter deviation adjustments.
The Model 15 features analog, digital and custom paging formats.
The Model 15 allows the installer to program the custom frequencies in the field, without sending the unit back to Zetron and also lets the owner create stacks of pages that can be initiated with one or two keystrokes.
Metro Pageboy/ Metrx
|Tone Formats||Motorola or GE two-tone, Five/six tone sequential, Reach, 2805 Hz mobile phone dial, DTMF, 1500 Hz, Hexadecimal Sequential Code|
|Digital Formats||POCSAG numeric display, Motorola Golay numeric display, NEC tone only, NEC numeric display, POCSAG alphanumeric display, Golay alphanumeric display|
|Two-tone||100/1000-call and group call Multiple 1000-call plans|
|Five-tone||100/1000/10,000/100,000-call with optional preamble or dual address|
|Custom Calls||Random selection of tones and timing up to 200 calls|
|Reach||100/1000-call and group call|
|2805/1500/DTMF||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 digits|
|POCSAG||512, 1200, or 2400 baud data rate, Voice, 255 character Alphanumeric messages, 1 of 4 strappable function codes|
|Alert Tones||Automatically added at the end of the page sequence. Choice of beeps, sirens, or warbles|
|Display||Large 0.4" high, six digit, 7 segment readout|
|Page Indication||Display message|
|Voice Prompt||Display message (�talk� when appropriate)|
|Built-in Self Test||Comprehensive test on power-up. Mode for setting transmitter deviation. (Analog and Digital)|
|Re-page||Units holds prior pager number in display|
|RS-232 Serial Port||300, 600, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 jumper selectable baud rate.|
|Keyboard Stack||Allows the entry of a number of pager codes at one time from the keypad to be paged all at once|
|Field Programmable||The format configuration is fully programmable from the keypad. Menu prompts on the LED display|
|Power Supply||115 VAC 60Hz Wall
220 VAC 50Hz Wall Transformer
|Output Frequency Range||250 - 3500 Hz +/- 1.0 dB maximum|
|Frequency Accuracy||+/- 1.0%|
|Audio Output||Single-ended. Adjustable, +5 dBm to - 20 dBm (0-4 Vpk-pk into 600 ohms)|
|Tone Distortion||2% nominal from pure sine wave|
|Digital Output||+/- 0-7 VDC, adjustable, polarity selectable|
|Control Outputs||2 sets of SPDT contacts, rated at 1 A at 26 V AC; One for PTT, one for switching audio output between tone and microphone|
|Transmit Inhibit||Senses closure to ground|
|Power Supply||120 VAC +/- 15%, 48-62
Hz wall transformer
12 VAC rms or 12-14 VDC at 700ma maximum
|Operating Temp.||0 to +65 degrees Celsius|
|Size||3.3"H x 8.2"W x 9.3"D Desktop high impact plastic case|
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