Desktop Consoles

Compunetix offers several desktop user consoles. All models utilize a touch screen with a customizable graphical user interface. Most desktop consoles come in red/black and single color (red-only or black-only) versions.

 

Some user consoles include a Digital Audio Processor (DAP) or a Secure Digital Audio Processor (SDAP). The DAP performs core control and audio processing for certain single-color units, and the SDAP does the same for all red/black units. The DAP and SDAP are both housed in 19” rack mount rectangular enclosures that include brackets for under-desk mounting. The DAP is 2U high and 10” deep; the SDAP is 1U high and 7” deep.

SDI-12 / SDI-12 II

Desktop Consoles

The SDI 12 and the SDI 12 II feature a 12 inch touch screen in a sleek-looking and sturdy enclosure. The screen angle can be adjusted by rotating the hinged rear leg. These consoles run GT software and provide the user with 4 pages of 24 line keys (96 total). Design features include a handset cradle, blue ringing/alert indicator light, and two multi-purpose optical encoder knobs. An integrated 20W speaker provides ample volume even in high background noise environments. There are two headset jacks in the body of the console with an option for two more jacks using an external jack box. The single color SDI-12 is an “all-in-one” design with all components inside one enclosure. The red/black SDI-12 II consists of a headend display/control unit (same as pictured above) coupled with a SDAP. The SDAP can be mounted separately (e.g. under the desk) and connect to the headend with a CAT5e cable up to 150’ in length. A VESA-mount adapter is available for the display unit. The SDI-12 and SDI-12 II connect to the MVP switch over an IP network or using a T1 line and KTMX.

SDI-7

Desktop Consoles

The SDI-7 features a 7 inch touch screen housed in a custom ABS plastic enclosure with a hinged rear leg. It is an attractive and cost-effective solution for black-only or red-only applications. Design features include an LCD with extra-wide viewing angle, integrated handset cradle, blue ringing/alert indicator light, and a multi-purpose optical encoder knob. The unit provides two integrated headset/handset jacks and a robust 10W speaker. The SDI-7 runs GTX software. It connects to the MVP switch over an IP network only. The SDI-7 may be powered using POE+ or an AC adapter.

TDI-7 / TDI-7 II

Desktop Consoles

The TDI 7 and the TDI 7 II feature a 7 inch touch screen coupled with a Compunetix DAP or SDAP. These consoles are intended for crowded workstations or cramped locations where space is at a premium. The 7” display connects to the DAP/SDAP via a 20’ custom cable, allowing the DAP/SDAP to be mounted where there is more room. These consoles run GT and display four pages of 16 line keys (64 total). Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected. The TDI-7 and TDI-7 II connect to the MVP switch over either an IP network or using a T1 line and a KTMX. The TDI-7 supports the Wideband Audio Module (WAM) which allows the user to integrate high-fidelity audio into their local mission voice environment.

TDI-17 / TDI-17 II

Desktop Consoles

The TDI 17 and TDI 17 II feature a sturdy 17 inch touch screen coupled with a Compunetix DAP or SDAP. These consoles have a roomy display for ease of use and a large number of line keys. They run GT software and display 4 pages of 48 line keys (192 total). Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected. The DAP/SDAP host the connections to the MVP switch over either an IP network or using a T1 line and a KTMX. The TDI-17 supports the Wideband Audio Module (WAM) which allows the user to integrate high-fidelity audio into their mission voice environment.

CDI-17 / CDI-17 II

Desktop Consoles

The CDI 17 and CDI 17 II feature a 17 inch touch screen coupled with a Compunetix DAP or SDAP and a PC. The CDI is identical to the TDI, except that the GT software runs on the PC. This allows the PC screen to be shared with other customer applications. For example, in addition to showing the GT user interface, the PC screen could display other information such as telemetry, UAV flight status, or streaming video. GT can be displayed full screen (4 pages of 48 line keys) or in a smaller window-based “Minibar” mode that covers a portion of the display. Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected to the DAP/SDAP. The DAP/SDAP host the connections to the MVP switch over either an IP network or a T1 line (through KTMX box). The TDI-17 supports the Wideband Audio Module (WAM) which allows the user to integrate high-fidelity audio into their local mission voice environment.

CDI-22 II

Desktop Consoles

The CDI 22 II features a 22 inch widescreen display in an all-in-one PC coupled with an SDAP. This console was specifically developed for airspace control applications and exhibits the full capabilities of the GTX graphical user interface. Each of the CDI-22 II’s 250 pages can be configured with any background image (map, ops floor layout) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page; they are not confined to a grid. In addition to administrator-defined pages, each console has 8 private user-definable “whiteboard” pages and access to 32 global whiteboard pages created by other console users. Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected to the SDAP. The medical-grade all-in-one PC has a multi-touch capacitive touch screen and is VESA mountable. The CDI-22 II’s SDAP connects to the MVP switch through an IP network only. The CDI-22II can be used for both red/black and black-only or red-only applications.

GT-PC

Desktop Consoles

The GT-PC is a black-only or red-only user console that consists of a standard PC running Compunetix’ GT user interface software. It displays 4 pages of 48 line keys (192 total). The PC connects with the MVP switch via an IP network. The console uses a USB push-to-talk headset. All audio processing is done by the PC. The PC does not need to be dedicated strictly for use as a mission instrument; it can run other applications such as the MVP administration client at the same time.

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