Tactical Series, Version 4.0

NFPA-1221: Universal Dedicated Radio Monitor

 
 

Supervise any Two-Way Radio Communications Enhancement System

The most successful Dedicated Radio Monitor on the market today, the Tactical Series is unmatched in its reliability and flexibility for your local deployments. Compliant with all NFPA-72 and NFPA-1221 requirements rest easy knowing the Tactical Series is built for both Two-Way Radio and Fire-Alarm industry standards, easily integrating these two different systems.

Programmable

Easy programming interface enables drag-and-drop configuration, easily defining NFPA reporting requirements from a vast array of devices.

Expandable

Radio Amplification Monitors, Channel Supervisory Units, and Channel Control Units allow the Tactical Series meet all local requirements.

Compatible

Utilizing industry standard protocols, for both two-way radio and fire-alarm systems, the Tactical Series can easily interface radio and fire alarm systems.

TowerlinQ Signaling Line Circuit

The TowerlinQ network is a Emergency Responder grade Signaling Line Circuit engineered for Radio Enhancement Systems. Operating over a Single Pair of Fire-Alarm cable, this high-speed communications link is fully ground fault monitored and supports up to 24 high-speed devices per loop. Based on versatile IP technology, the SLC allows for the supervision and control of multiple signal boosters, dedicated radio consoles, as well as active or passive DAS. TowerlinQ is compliant with industry standard P25 published standards and is certified for a total installation length of 1000 meters.

                  Tactical Series - Channel Supervisory Unit

                  Channel Supervisory Unit

                  As the human interface for the incident commander, property manager, and service partner, when a trouble condition is experienced at any radio enhancement system component, it is immediately annunciated at the CSU with both audible and visual alerts. The graphical user interface provides “drill-down” and “sum-up” navigation, affording an operator immediate situational awareness while allowing a technician to drill down for detailed trouble information, minimizing repair costs and downtime.


                  Channel Control Unit


                  The Tactical Series CCU provides the incident commander with all the functionality required for control and communications over isolated operations. Upon arrival the incident commander will insert their local elevators recall key the energize the radio enhancement installation. The incident commander then has the option to control emergency response via the CCU’s handset, speakerphone, or even their own portable radio.

                  Tactical Series - Channel Control Unit
                  Tactical Series - Radio Amplification Monitor

                  Radio Amplification Monitor

                  With eight supervised initiating device circuits the Radio Amplification Monitor can supervise any relay reporting; power supply, generator, automatic transfer switch, radio base station, bi-directional amplifier, or enclosure for a trouble condition. When supervising a device via SNMP, the RAM can monitor and log thousands of health metrics. If local fans or air conditioning is required for equipment operation each RAM includes a supervised relay controller, allowing supervised operation of the cooling equipment. The RAM can also supports eight "Form C" relays for supervision by the Fire-Alarm system.

                  Dedicated Radio Console Enclosure

                  Installed next to the fire alarm control panel, the Dual CCU enclosure supports the equipment required for more complex radio enhancement systems. Easily installed with the built in mounting mechanism up to two Channel Supervisory Units and Two Channel Control Units can be secured inside this enclosure.

                  The large glass windows allows non-emergency responders to view the health of the installation without having physical access to it. When required, the incident commander can access the unit with a locally recognized key.

                  Tactical Series - Dedicated Radio Console Enclosure
                    Tactical Series - Dedicated Radio Monitor

                    Dedicated Radio Monitor Enclosure

                    Installed next to the fire alarm control panel, the single CSU enclosure supports the equipment required for a integrated radio enhancement system. Easily installed with the built in mounting mechanism a single Channel Supervisory Unit can be installed inside this enclosure.

                    The large glass windows allows non-emergency responders to view the health of the installation without having physical access to it. When required, the incident commander can access the unit with a locally recognized key.

                      TIQ.Cloud Deployment and Monitoring Interface

                      Program, service, and monitor your Radio Enhancement System from TowerIQ's cloud interface, TIQ.Cloud. The web platform enables all stakeholders to quickly receive and process pertinent information. Authorities Having Jurisdiction can view the health status of all buildings under the purview. Property managers can view the immediate status and maintenance logs of their installations, as well as allows service providers maintenance access. Meanwhile service partners can utilize the TIQ.Cloud platform to program, service, and monitor all Radio Enhancement System components.

                      TIQ.Cloud Programming and Monitoring Suite

                      Accessories

                      Devices to Help You Get the Job Done

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                      Public Safety UHF Antenna

                      Available in firefighter red or white, the public safety UHF antenna is in stock and provides exceptional coverage while minimizing installation space required.

                      Public Safety RF Tapper

                      Supporting all public safety bands, VHF, UHF, 700MHz, and 800MHz, RF Tappers are installed in-line with a coaxial cable and redirect a small amount of the RF power to a second, coupled, coaxial cable. Exactly how much RF power is redirected is determined by coupling value of the RF tapper.
                       
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