Monroe Electronics One-Net
The R189 One-Net SE EAS encoder/decoder is the second generation of Monroe's IP-based emergency messaging platform. New features include an option for up to four independent network connections, better security, faster processing and flash memory. These will prove valuable as FEMA and the FCC move into the Next Gen EAS, and as cable systems move toward a more IP-centric head-end design. With a standard 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet connection this device can communicate via a network with new digital platforms or be accessed via the Internet for monitoring or downloading upgrades.
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