TCS-300 Tactical Crew Station
Rugged, two-user, crew station with a high-resolution Graphical User Interface (GUI) that is designed and tested for operations in the most demanding tactical environments. Its wide-range of open-standard inputs/outputs allow seamless integration with legacy and GVA or VICTORY databus compliant vehicles.
- 4.3″ sunlight-readable display
- Quick access keys to most commonly used services
- Mission-critical vehicle intercom service, and Voice-over-IP (VoLP) for intra and inter-vehicle Communities-of-Interest
- Alarm generation and display, and platform management status monitoring
- Embedded Gigabit Ethernet switch
- Layer 3 IP routing capability
- Open-standards IP-based architecture, and easily customized Linux software base
- Expansion provisions enable future capability growth
TCX-300 Tactical Crew Extension
The TCX-300 provides a rugged single user extension of a TCS-300 radio port to support inter-vehicle intercom circuits via Two-Wire Intercom Network (TWIN). Rotary control allows the user to select between intercom, TWIN, radio nets and voice override as active services.
- Separate controls to independently adjust volume of left and right audio channels
- Inter-vehicle intercom circuits via Two-Wire Intercom Network (TWIN)
- Override to enable operator control over other vehicle communications
- Platform audio alarms mixed into the intercom channel and distributed to all users
RCS-300 Rotary Crew Station
A low cost, high value alternative to the TCS-300, the Rotary Crew Station 300 (RCS-300) is a new rugged dual-user rotary controlled audio crew station device for tactical vehicles. Live and pressel-activated functions allow the user to access vehicle intercom and talk/monitor on up to six (6) radio voice channels or talk groups.
- Separate controls to independently adjust volume left and right audio channels.
- Inter-vehicle intercom circuits via Two-Wire Intercom Network (TWIN).
- Override to enable operation control over the other vehicle communications.
- Platform audio alarms (3) mixed into the intercom channel and distributed to all connected users.