MCC CONSOLES

MULTI-CHANNEL CONSOLES
w/ PUSH-TO-TALK CAPABILITY

MCC™ Consoles are versatile desktop microphones that enhance JPS communications gateways by leveraging existing IP infrastructure for purposeful integration of remote microphone with LMR, SIP, PoC, and other device type audio.

Built-in protocols make it easy to connect MCC PTT channels to JPS Z-Series devices such as the ACU-Z1, the RSP-Z2, or the Z-Series Controller across an IP network, with no additional gateways required.

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Straightforward Integration and Control

Turn any networked location into a local or wide-area mobile command or dispatch center. The MCC Console and JPS Z-Series device(s) need not be co-located, and since each MCC Console PTT button is independent, all Console channels need not connect to the same Z-Series device. This significantly expands the practical reach and reliable coordination of everything from emergency response to day-to-day operations in any domain, from public safety to hospitality.

Join talkgroups, respond to inquiries, make announcements, dispatch, and more – the Z-Series browser-based user interface adds the value of flexibility to MCC Console capabilities. Assign each MCC Console PTT button a resource icon, then simply drag and drop MCC Console resources into and out of interoperability nets. When used as a Dispatch Source on an ACU-Z1 or a Z-Series Controller, an MCC Console resource (one PTT button on the MCC Console) can be used to listen to or speak with other resources in the dispatch area. Other MCC Console resources (other PTT buttons on the same MCC Console) can be used in interoperability nets or monitor groups.

Flexibility

In addition to its role in wide-area interoperability and dispatch, any of the MCC-Series Consoles can connect to remote RSP-Z2 devices as part of a static configuration. This is useful for applications that require monitoring multiple channels, such as radio talkgroups, Push-to-Talk (PoC) applications, or a conference bridge.

The MCC-1 Single-Channel Console is ideal for small applications, functioning as a Dispatch interface or as a direct connection to a single resource, such as a radio channel.

MCC Console Options

MCC Consoles are currently available in single-channel and 4-channel models with the benefits of the JPS Bridge protocol built in. Enhanced 8- and 12-channel models (ETA Q4 2022) add RTP and SIP protocols for a multi-mode experience, along with a large LCD screen that provides additional detail.

Available form factors for each model include desktop, wall-mount, vehicle-mount, and hardened versions.

All MCC Consoles have a dedicated PTT button and volume control for each channel. Configurable settings are accessible through the device’s browser-based user interface.

Size and Weight
MCC-1, MCC-4: 5.5”H x 4.0” W x 5.5” D (140 x 102 x 140mm), 1.1lbs (0.5kg) (Gooseneck Microphone): 12”H (305mm)
Audio Vocoders
G.711μ (64 Kbps)
Input Power
MCC-1, MCC-4: 48 VDC @ 0.5A POE (External POE Injector Provided), IEEE 802.3af, Alt A & B
Network Interface
MCC-1, MCC-4: 100BASE-T Full Duplex, RJ-45 (POE)

Technical Support

JPS offers 24/7 technical support via email and phone. For more information, visit our Support Page or visit our interactive Help Center.

FCC Certification

The MCC-4 is FCC Part 15 Certified to prevent unintended electromagnetic interference.

Warranty

All JPS products are covered by a standard 18 month warranty.  For more detailed information, review our Warranty Terms.

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