GENSAC

Genesis-Enhanced Standalone CEB

Through a collaborative effort between Motorola field engineers and Genesis, customers can now display IDs and Emergency calls on MCC 7500 or MCC 5500 series operator positions without a connection to the Embassy Switch. GENSAC addresses a number of common issues:

  • The need to connect an MCC 7500 or MCC 5500 CES (Console Electronics Shelf)

  • 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
GEnSAC dispatch console enhancement by Genesis
911 dispatcher

How GENSAC Works

GENSAC comes loaded on a PC with 8, 16, or 32 COM ports (one for each talkgroup). ASTRO® 25 systems connect to GENSAC with a Motorola APX 4500, 6500, or 7500 mobile radio functioning as an RF modem. From there, one cable per talkgroup connects to each ACIM port in the CCGW (Conventional Channel Gateway).

In a very simple setup on the GENSAC PC, the desired talkgroups are mapped to the correct ACIM Channel. GENSAC decodes incoming Control Channel data and, for each talkgroup set up in GENSAC, sends out individual ID and Emergency Call information to the appropriate ACIM Channel. The Motorola console then displays the ID currently talking and whether the call is normal or an emergency.

To get the most complete profile of your existing dispatch hardware and a complete list of any needed components, contact Genesis Sales or your Motorola Sales Engineer.


Note: ACIM Channels and/or Conventional Channel Gateways may need to be added to the console.