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One of the unique features of the VCC-3 Console is its Stereo output
We were told that the VCC-3 USB Command Dispatch Consoles were really OK at Altus AFB which is located in Altus Oklahoma. Again the VCC-3s were installed to assist the Wave Console operators in operating their dispatch system. One of the unique features of the VCC-3 Console is its Stereo output. Whether the audio signal is routed to the two desk top speakers or a stereo headset, the operator has a choice. Each channels receive audio volume can be individually adjusted in either the headset or speakers. The left channel is for Monitor of a non-working radio channel and the right channel is the Working channel. Each channel has its own LED indicator that flashes on receive activity and intensity. When wearing a headset, the last thing a user needs is to have to remove it, just to take a telephone call. ETC solves this problem with push of a button. When the [Phone] key is pushed the POTs phone handset is routed to the user’s headset. VCC-3s are slowly gathering acceptance in the Console world because of the flexibility they provide the Console Operator. Altus is the training command for the Strategic Airlift employing C-5s, C-17s transport aircraft and the KC-135 air refueling aircraft.
The VCC-3 Consoles provides the user several accessory choices on how the user would want to communicate.
Recently ETC’s VCC-3 USB Command Dispatch Consoles were shipped to Anderson Air Force Base in Guam to enhance the operator experience and convenience when using the Wave dispatch solution from Twisted Pair a Motorola company. The VCC-3 Consoles provides the user several accessory choices on how the user would want to communicate. The choices are a built-in Gooseneck Microphone, Mono Plantronics headset, Stereo Plantronics headset and if requested a wireless Plantronics headset. The system requires a dedicated Push-to-Talk (PTT) closure when the user needs to transmit (talk). The VCC-3 can be keyed (PTT) using a plug-in Foot switch, the built-in PTT switch on the VCC-3 and handheld PTT switches that connect between the VCC-3 and the various headsets. It has been reported that the VCC-3s made life so much easier for the console operators that they would not have used the dispatch system without them. Anderson AFB is a bomber base with B-52s, B1s, and B2s protecting the Pacific.
ETC offers the VCC-3 – a USB Dispatch Console that integrates seamlessly with WAVE software
VCC-3 Essential Trading Systems Corp (ETC) has over ten (10) years selling the Twisted Pair WAVE dispatch solution and has created a multitude of useful USB consoles to improve the user experience. Now that Motorola Solutions has acquired Twisted Pair, Essential Trading Systems (ETC) is now working with Motorola on a global basis to enhance the user experience with WAVE Dispatch Software, by offering the VCC-3 which is a USB Dispatch Console that integrates seamlessly with WAVE software. The VCC-3 USB Dispatch Console includes inputs/outputs for a PTT Foot pedal, PTT belt pack for a headset, PTT handset, PTT microphone and stereo speakers. Motorola sales people are thrilled that there is a purpose built device that is uniquely designed to enhance the WAVE experience. The Motorola WAVE product is an advanced software application that compliments the Motorola Solutions product suite. Essential Trading Systems is well suited to provide ongoing support to the Motorola Solutions sales teams as they work to get the WAVE systems deployed throughout the world.
Avtec, as a leading dispatch console manufacturer, has teamed up with Essential Trading Systems to distribute the CS-74 Mini ROIP console. This partnership will help customers of Avtec to have access to an affordable dispatch option for users in aviation, transportation, utilities, public safety, business, etc.