Model 427

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Peripheral Equipment Interface
  • Offers 48 Programmable IDs
  • Programmable Monitoring Points
  • Provides Open Protocol for Third-party Peripheral Development

Zetron's Model 427 Peripheral Equipment allows for up to four separate 4-wire audio connections to support direction connection of MAP27 peripheral equipment to Zetron's MPT1327 Trunking Infrastructure. As a portal for trunked radio command, control and communications M427 provides and economical solution to providing direct system-level access to the trunking system. In addition to supporting the MAP27 data interface protocol, the Model 427 includes an extended protocol set that allows it to operate as a multi-port device and to extend the status reporting and control capabilities, including acting as a "virtual radio".
With each M427's 4-wire audio port operating independently from one another, the system is able to accomodate up to 32 total system ports, allowing for multiple Model 427s to be used until port capacity is reached.
Features Include:
Four Audio and MAP27 Data Links
√ Direct Dispatcher Line Connection to MPT Infrastructure
√ Standard MAP27 Interface Protocol Driver with Custom Extensions
√ Open Protocol for Third-party Peripheral Development
√ Programmable Monitoring Points
√ Forty-eight Programmable ID Assignments for Speech, Status and Data Calls
√ Real-time Monitoring of Dispatcher ID Status
√ Site Status Monitoring and Control
√ Site System Control Features
Zetron's Model 427 Peripheral Equipment Interface is ideal for Public Safety,  Oil & Gas and Industrial markets. Zetron—the demostrated leader in mission critical  communications solutions, delivering worldwide, through partners like AIR. 

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