Motorola Dispatch Consoles

The console is the core to your dispatch operations. Motorola offers a variety of console configurations to meet the needs of dispatch centers from a simple desktop to a large multi position console configuration. Desktop Consoles are self-contained radio dispatching units that control single or multiple base stations. Consoles may be remotely located in another part of the building, a branch office, or even in another city. Multiple desktop consoles can work in parallel to access and control a radio system.

Motorola MC1000

Deskset Controller The MC1000 Deskset allows remote control access to the basic functions of a single base station, repeater or radio in a conventional system. Up to 10 units can operate in parallel.

Motorola MC2000

Deskset Controller The MC2000 Deskset allows remote control access to the basic functions of a single base station, repeater or radio in a conventional system. Up to 10 units can operate in parallel.

Motorola MC2500

Multi-Channel Deskset Controller The MC2500 Deskset allows remote control access to the functions of up to four analog base stations, repeaters or control stations in a conventional system.

Motorola MCC 5500

Dispatch Console The MCC 5500 Dispatch Console is an integrated solution for Dispatch Console, Vesta E911, IRR, and Fire Alerting. The MCC 5500 displays key radio, telephone, paging, and signaling resources on one screen, so dispatchers can access them all at the touch-of-a-button.

The MIP 5000

Dispatch Console The MIP 5000 Dispatch Console is a robustly featured IP based radio console. No more cable routing, drilling, or expensive leased lines Motorola’s MIP 5000 VoIP radio console installs on your existing managed network and operates on a standard computer using XP2 OS.

Motorola CommandSTAR Lite

Deskset Consoles Desktop Consoles are self-contained radio dispatching units that control single or multiple base stations. Consoles may be remotely located in another part of the building, a branch office, or even in another city. Multiple desktop consoles can work in parallel to access and control a radio system.