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2000 Series
Paging Terminals


2000 SeriesThe 2000 Series represents Zetron�s top-of-the-line paging terminals. The 2000 Series offers the system operator an affordable platform upon which sophisticated features and additional capacity can be built as required. Advanced capabilities can be integrated into the initial purchase, or can be added later as easy field upgrades.

Component standardization simplifies system maintenance and upgrades. The software-intensive design allows a high degree of flexibility and enables system operators to fine-tune their terminals� performance to an unprecedented degree. This software-based approach also means that many older systems can be updated with the very latest features at a relatively small cost.

The 2000 Series paging terminals are ideal for growing systems. A Model 2100 or 2200 can be configured to fit the present application and be expanded incrementally as growth occurs.

Model 2100 Paging Terminal
The Model 2100 is cost effective for as few as two or three hundred users. Its modest size belies its flexibility: the Model 2100 can support the same wide range of advanced features as the Model 2200. If the Model 2100�s capacity is exceeded through growth, it can be upgraded by switching to a Model 2200 chassis. The internal cards can be transferred to the new chassis because they are common throughout the 2000 Series. This way, the major part of the investment in the paging terminal is retained as the system grows.

Model 2200 Paging Terminal
The Model 2200 is the best choice for applications requiring its larger capacity for pagers, telephone trunk interfaces, and voice storage. Only a small additional cost over the Model 2100, the Model 2200 is the wisest choice for system operators who expect to grow quickly or whose initial requirements would put the Model 2100 near its maximum capacity.

Model 2200EX Expansion Chassis
The Model 2200EX ensures that the system operator has a growth path beyond the basic capacities of the Model 2200. With the addition of a Model 2200EX, the Model 2200 can grow to support 38 telephone trunks and 50,000 pagers. Furthermore, a second EX chassis can be added, increasing trunk capacity to 58.


  • Operator paging from entry terminals
  • Customer recorded voice prompts for direct telephone access
  • Pulse/rotary telephone systems supported
  • Optional integrated voice messaging and mailbox available
  • Fully redundant configuration available with standby system controller
  • Zoned (sequential) or synchronized (simulcast) transmitter networks supported
  • Remote transmitters linked by telephone, microwave or radio links
  • Digital formats POCSAG (512, 1200, 2400) and RDS, Motorola FLEX�
  • Call logging and performance statistics
  • Optional alarm monitoring facility triggers pages in response to alarms
  • Network multiple terminals via TNPP for wide area or regional coverage
  • Networking capability by telephone circuit, radio link or satellite
  • PageSaver option (built-in voice messaging) provides per-customer insured paging, voice messaging with pager notification and internal call forwarding
  • Dial-Out TAP allows terminal to page through the PSTN and feed a numeric or alphanumeric page to another paging terminal




Environmental +40 to +120 degrees F. (+5 to +50
degrees C.), 10,000 ft. (3,000 m.)
altitude, 8% to 80% relative humidity,
Power (Model 2100)
AC input

115/230 volts AC +/- 10%, 47-63 Hz 150 Watts maximum
Power (Model 2200)
AC input
DC input option

115/230 volts AC +/- 10%, 47-63 Hz
40-70 volts DC 300 Watts maximum
Configurations Transmit only Paging, optional
Transmit/Receive Talk-back Paging
Signaling Formats

2-tone sequential, 5/6-tone analog
Multitone Mark IV/V/VI POCSAG (512, 1200, and 2400 baud), Golay Sequential code (GSC), NEC D3, D4, and FLEX (1600 baud)
Transmit Audio Balanced 600 ohm transformer, selectable flat tone or -6 dB per
octave de-emphasis @ 300-3000Hz, selectable flat voice or +6 dB per
octave pre-emphasis
Format Encoding Analog frequency accuracy +/-0.02%, analog tone distortion less than 0.2%, digital data stability +/- 2 ppm
Remote Control Motorola PURC (sequential signaling of up to 16 transmitter zones per channel), Quintron SCM/SCU, tone formats. Four binary TTL leads provide information for outboard controller units to select up to 16 transmitter zones per channel
WISCO International, Inc. - MIAMI, FL U.S.A.
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