Intelligent electronic control unit for police vehicles, firefighters and ambulances.
The MCS-16 CAN BUS control module consists of a main control box that contains everything needed to operate a complete vehicle-mounted warning system, which typically consists of a roof light console, secondary warning lights and audio equipment.
It has 16 outputs and 16 standard inputs with power management features such as power off, split charge, load split, headlamp flash, and many others, some of which are implemented through the CAN-BUS system. A logic switch is also included for easier control of additional devices such as: gateway radio controller, audio interface controller (intercom with pre-recorded voice alerts), and fan controller.
Operate your device with our compatible keyboard units (either manual or attached to the control panel) and have a cost-effective hazard alert control system that does not compromise on features and functionality.
The main control unit comes with the usual settings that cover a variety of applications, but it can also be customized by connecting to a laptop with intuitive software installed.
We have developed a set of I/O units specifically designed to control the CAN BUS MCS-16 module. These are keyboards with 7 keys (manual) up to 16 keys (for flat/DIN mounting), and with all possible combinations between.
Keyboards have the ability to control the notification system via an integrated microphone and the option to assign any key to work as a Push to Talk (PTT) feature
One source, one solution
To simplify the installation process, each unit comes pre-installed with all the necessary features and functions to implement a comprehensive system. It is enough to enable the necessary functions with simple (intuitive) software.
Many logical functions mean that complex applications are no longer difficult to implement, especially when certain operations are interconnected with other functions. Therefore, the performance of “and/or function” and the implementation of “do it when” or “stop when” are simply applied together with the ability to modify functions which makes it easy to update the control
This is a simple 3-step process that involves enabling and tagging inputs and outputs, configuring system operation, and downloading configuration to the module. The first two operations can be done only once, the configured configuration is simply transferred to other modules via a laptop.