GEnSAC3

GEnSAC3 enables the operation of a Gold, Gold Elite or MCC 5500 console without a T1

Through a collaborative effort between Motorola field engineers and Genesis, customers can now display IDs and Emergency calls on Centracom Gold, Gold Elite or MCC 5500 Operator Positions, without connection to the Embassy Switch. GEnSAC3 addresses a number of common issues:

  • The need to connect a Centracom Gold / Gold Elite CEB or a MCC 5500 CES
  • Embassy Switch has run out of resources and a T1 is too costly
  • No PTT-ID or emergency notification when displaying with a control station
  • The need to put a console in a Mobile Command Center

How It Works

GEnSAC3 comes loaded on a PC with 8, 16 or 32 COM ports (one for each talkgroup). Connect a 3600 or 9600 RF-modem into the GEnSAC3 PC. Contact Genesis for specific RF-modem information. Then, connect one cable for each talkgroup from the GEnSAC3 PC COM ports to each ACIM card in the CEB (Central Electronics Bank). Note: ACIM cards may need to be added to the CEB. In a very simple setup on the GEnSAC3 PC, map the desired talkgroups to the correct ACIM. GEnSAC3 decodes incoming Control Channel data. Individual ID and Emergency Call information for each talkgroup that is setup in GEnSAC3 is sent out to the appropriate ACIM. The Motorola Console then displays the ID that is talking and whether the call is normal or an emergency.

To get the best, total profile of existing dispatch hardware and a complete list of any needed components, contact Genesis or an authorized Motorola sales engineer for assistance.

Note: Existing installations with ASTRO® 25 control stations connected to an existing ACIM will need to reconfigure installations so the cables from the GEnSAC3 COM ports can be plugged into the ACIM P6 port for each talkgroup. Control stations will use the AUX I/O for keying.

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GEnSAC3 Specifications

Hardware and Software Requirements

  • Control Channel Versions
    GEnSAC3 supports all known current 3600 versions in 800MHz & 900MHz, as well as OBT. Please contact Genesis for a consultation. P25 is supported via the Motorola XTL™ and APX™ Series radios.
  • GEnSAC3 Operating System
    Windows 7 Pro (or newer) 64-Bit OS
  • Hardware Specifications
    • Dual core processor
    • 4 GB RAM
    • 160 GB hard drive
    • DVD-ROM drive
  • COM Port Hardware
    16 or 32 port Rocket® Boards with 8, 16, or 32 ports active
  • COM Connections
    DB25 with adaptors to RJ45
  • Max Talk Groups
    One per COM port
  • Information Sent to ACIM
    Talkgroup ID, Individual ID, Emergency Notification
  • GEnSAC3 Network Impact
    Approximately 1kBps per client (future features)
  • Delivery
    • 4 weeks ARO, FOB Tyler, Texas
    • For P25, 8 weeks ARO with Motorola APX Series radio
  • Included in Package
    • PC
    • 22" monitor
    • Appropriate Rocket Board
    • Keyboard
    • Mouse
    • Manuals

Customer Requirements

  • Complete Console (Gold, Gold Elite or MCC5500) including one radio per talkgroup that is used by the console to listen and talk to each talkgroup
  • UPS
  • KVM
  • Cabling from GEnSAC3 to ACIMs
  • 3600 systems
    • RF-modem / EFJ RS53SL radio (3600)
    • RIMII (3600)
  • 9600 systems (P25)
    • Motorola APX 6500 or APX 4500
  • Console configuration
  • Installation

Order Requirements

Complete GEnSAC Order Form, which provides the following:

  • System ID, Frequencies and Talkgroups
  • Ultimate customer name & location
  • Contact personnel
  • Quantity of ports
  • Ship-To address
  • Valid PO#
  • Radio configurations (if ordering RF-modem)

Warranty

  • Software — One year after Installation
  • PC — Five years
  • All Genesis supplied hardware — bundled with manufacturer supplied warranty (hardware warranty is transferred to the end user)