XOP Networks’ has numerous analog and IP based Ring Down Crash Phone Systems deployed at major and regional airports across the globe. With the addition of Crash Alarm capability, the RFCS will allow emergency coordinators at Air Traffic Control Towers or Fire Chiefs to initiate an immediate, non-verbal alarm in addition to the regular Crash Phone based emergency conferencing capability.
The Crash Alarming features of the XOP Networks’ RFCS Crash Phone System are:
- Configurable via RFCS web Portal
- Guarded Illuminated Crash Push Button
- Crash Alarm Reset Button
- Audio Buzzer
- 105 Db alarm sounder/strobe unit
- Relays Contacts for Additional Ancillary items.
- Provision for inserting an Audio alarm tone before Audio blast to PA system.
This latest development further expands the scope of XOP Networks’ highly deployed, robust, secure and easy to install Ringdown Firebar Conference Server (RFCS) product. The addition of Crash Alarm System functionality makes RFCS the most comprehensive Crash Phone platform in the industry.
“We added the Crash Alarm capability to our RFCS product based on input from our existing airport customers. Instead of purchasing two separate systems – one for emergency conferencing and another for Crash alerting, our customer’s needs can now be met with one comprehensive XOP RFCS platform”, said Sudhir Gupta, CEO of XOP Networks. This results in overall lower CapEx and OpEx for our customers.
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About XOP Networks
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, XOP Networks was founded in January 2003 and is backed by a seasoned management team. Deployed at multiple Cellular Operators, Fortune 100 companies, CLEC/IOC customers, Government organizations, DOD networks (Air Force, Army and Navy) XOP Networks’ products allow customers to boost employee productivity, increase business efficiency and enhance emergency communications. Having both TDM and VoIP interfaces, XOP products allow customers to seamlessly transition their value-added services from legacy circuit switched networks to VoIP based packet switched networks.