Gorman-Redlich CAP-DEC 1
CAP-to-EAS decoder system
This standalone unit translates received CAP alerts into EAS headers, which will be transmitted by current EAS equipment in the same manner as they already are. Features include: RJ-45 Ethernet LAN connection for network/Internet receipt of CAP alerts; RS-232 Serial connectivity with Gorman-Redlich EAS units for fast alert transmission of CAP-to-EAS translated alerts; frequency shift keyed (FSK) output of CAP-to-EAS translated alerts for compatibility with a wide range of legacy EAS equipment; monitors up to three CAP alert server URLs (expandable for additional monitoring); internal logging of CAP-to-EAS translation activity; internal storage of received CAP alerts and attached audio files; ability to log activity to USB or network printer; ability to send activity logs via email; text-to-speech converter to generate alert audio if no attached audio is present with the received CAP alert.
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