Intelligible Voice MNS Leader, ATI Systems, Releases New Intelligent and the Industry's First Touch Screen CCU
Acoustic Technology, Inc. (ATI Systems), a world leader in providing intelligible voice for Mass Notification Systems (MNS) and Emergency Communication Systems (ECS), is proud to announce the release of its new product: the REACT5000 Central Control Unit (CCU). The REACT5000 CCU brings enhanced security, redundant communication paths, and easy interfacing options with the ease of a compact touch screen, enhancing the entire line of ATI MNS products.
The REACT5000 CCU is powered by the Intelligent Control Gateway (ICG) and its ultrafast CPU and increased memory, providing the most robust notification system available. Key features include:
- Support for multiple simultaneous communication paths including: Ethernet, USB, CAN, RS232, RS485, analog radios, and telephone line
- IPv6 ready, with enhanced security using SSL/TLS protocols
- Reliable remote configuration and diagnostics, including support for SNMP traps and a secure web-based interface
- Reduced power consumption for longer run times during power outages
- Enhanced standard/open protocols support allowing for flexible interfacing with other 3rd party systems
An optional battery backup and 25-watt UHF/VHF radio provides continuous operation complete control of your system in the event of an electrical power outage or network failures.
The REACT5000 CCU with its sleek, small form-factor design and easy-to-use touch screen interface provides control and monitoring capabilities for an entire MNS. The advanced, intuitive interface allows for the activation of tone alerts, recorded voice messages or live PA, as well as displaying the status of remote units. The REACT5000 CCU may be used in conjunction with ATI’s MassAlert™ software for complete control of larger, multi-location MNS applications, or as a standalone unit for smaller systems.
“The new touch screen REACT 5000 CCU is a powerful tool for smaller facilities that require a Mass Notification System. Separate computer and software are not necessary. As a result, the cost of adding intelligible voice to such a facility will be effective and affordable, and will allow for the opportunity to expand on the system,” said Dr. Ray Bassiouni, President and CEO of ATI Systems.