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Red-Black Consoles

Compunetix’s Mission Voice Platform (MVP) and its TEMPEST-certified mission consoles are designed to meet the red/black communications control requirements for classified facilities. The MVP maintains two independent, isolated voice networks (red and black). Compunetix manufactures two types of mission consoles that interface with these voice networks: Type I mission consoles, which interface with only one voice network (red only or black only) and Type II mission consoles, which interface with both the red voice network and the black voice network. The Secure Digital Audio Processor (SDAP) is the component of the Type II mission consoles that maintains separation between red and black.

This purpose-built equipment is designed with special security features that meet RMF and NIST SP 800-53 controls from the ground up. System redundancy is designed into both the chassis and board-level architecture of the MVP and Compunetix mission consoles, upholding the guiding principle of no single point of failure. Furthermore, mission consoles are dual-homed. That is, they can interface with two independent MVP platforms for redundancy and continuity of operations.

REI-8 II

The REI-8 II is intended for use in the harsh environments of shipboard applications and can be used both indoors or outdoors. The REI-8 II user console features an 8 inch widescreen display coupled with a SDAP (secure digital audio processor) module. The REI-8 II connects to the MVP switch over an IP network to both a red and black voice network. It is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain isolation between them. The console is designed for IP67 waterproofing, and has also been designed for MIL-S-901D shock and MILSTD-167 vibration. The resistive touchscreen provides fast and accurate touch response and has a mounting pattern for legacy shipboard use. The REI-8 II features two headset/handset ports, a front panel PTT button and microphone, status LEDs, two tactile digital rotary controls for selection and volume adjustment, an internal speaker, a footswitch connection, and input/output audio jacks. Each unit can display 10 private pages and 250 shared pages of line keys. Each page can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. The REI-8 II also provides up to 35 user-configurable function buttons.

MC-D15 II

The MC-D15 II desktop user console features a 15 inch widescreen display coupled with an SDAP (secure digital audio processor) module. The MC-D15 II connects to red and black MVP voice networks over an IP network and is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain isolation between them. The capacitive touchscreen provides fast and accurate touch response and is VESA-mountable. These mission consoles provide powerful processor technology, Secure Boot, and IPv4/IPv6 support. External speakers provide rich audio output. The console’s dual jack box utilizes tactile user friendly volume knobs and multi-color LED indicators. Each unit can display 10 private pages and 250 shared pages of line keys. Each page can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. The MC-D15 II also provides 10 fixed and up to 35 user-configurable function buttons. The MC-D15 II is dual-homed. That is, it can connect with two different MVP platforms, one at a time. The user can easily switch between the two MVP platforms from their Login window.

MC Console Family

MC-D8 II

The MC-D8 II desktop user console features an 8 inch (800 x 480) widescreen display coupled with an SDAP (secure digital audio processor) module. The MC-D8 II connects to red and black MVP voice networks over an IP connection and is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain separation between them. Its small footprint and high line key density makes it ideal for restrictive desk space situations. The capacitive touchscreen provides fast and accurate touch response. This mission console provides powerful processor technology, Secure Boot, and IPv4/IPv6 support. Built-in 90W speakers allow use in noisy environments. The console utilizes tactile user friendly volume knobs, multi-color LED indicators, and a customizable GTX graphical user interface. Each of its 10 private pages and 250 shared pages can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. The MC-D8 II also provides 10 fixed and up to 35 user-configurable function buttons. The MC-D8 II is dual-homed. That is, it can connect with two different MVP platforms, one at a time. The user can easily switch between the two MVP platforms from their Login window. Each unit includes an angle-adjustable VESA-mount rear leg and a removable handset cradle. The MC-D8 II has two front panel headset jacks. A dual external jack box can be added to increase the number of headset jacks to four.

MC Console Family

MC-D10 II

The mid-sized MC-D10 II desktop user console features a 10 inch widescreen display coupled with an SDAP (secure digital audio processor) module. The MC-D10 II connects to red and black MVP voice networks over an IP connection and is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain separation between them. The capacitive touchscreen provides fast and accurate touch response and is VESA-mountable. These mission consoles provide powerful processor technology, Secure Boot, and IPv4/IPv6 support. External speakers provide rich audio output. The console’s dual jack box utilizes tactile user-friendly volume knobs and multi-color LED indicators. Each of its 10 private pages and 250 shared pages can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. The MC-D10 II also provides 10 fixed and up to 35 user-configurable function buttons. The MC-D10 II is dual-homed. That is, it can connect with two different MVP platforms, one at a time. The user can easily switch between the two MVP platforms from their Login window.

MC Console Family

MC-2RU II

The MC-2RU II all-in-one mission console has an integrated SDAP (secure digital audio processor) within a 19 inch wide, 2RU (rack unit) high rackmount enclosure. The MC-2RU II connects to two MVP voice networks (one red and one black) over an IP connection, and it is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain isolation between them. The touchscreen’s all-glass 13.8” diagonal (1920 x 330) seamless design maximizes the usable display area, allowing very high line key density (more buttons per page). The low profile of the MC-2RU II makes it especially well suited for control rooms with limited desk space. The capacitive touch screen provides fast and accurate touch response. Additional features include innovative processor technology, Secure Boot, IPv4/IPv6 support, and resonance chambers for rich speaker output. Independent volume knobs for each jack and built-in 90W speakers are included. Two headset jacks in the front panel and two more available with an optional jack box provide for up to four headset/handset users at a time. The MC-2RU II comes with the customizable GTX user interface providing up to 10 private pages and 250 shared pages. Each page can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. The MC-2RU II also provides 10 fixed and up to 35 user-configurable function buttons and three tactile multi-purpose optical encoder knobs. The MC-2RU II is dual-homed. That is, it can connect with two different MVP platforms, one at a time. The user can easily switch between the two MVP platforms from their Login window.

MC Console Family   MC-2RU

HAI-12 II

The HAI-12 II is designed for use in Class I, Division II hazardous locations where explosive gases are present, such as rocket launch pads. This unit is certified to meet Class I, Div II by an independent third-party laboratory. It features a sealed enclosure with a front panel designed for personnel wearing protective gear with heavy gloves. Sunlight-readable LCD panels display four pages of 12 line keys (48 line keys). Design features include membrane-protected front panel buttons, two volume control knobs, and a 20W speaker. An optional unit extends headset/handset jacks and basic control functionality to a remote position. The HAI-12 II connects to the MVP using a T1 line with a KTMX.

HAI-10 II

The second-generation Hazardous Area Instrument Type II (HAI-10 II) is certified by an independent Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) to operate safely in a Class 1 Division 2 incendiary/explosive environment, including Gas Groups A, B, C, and D. The HAI-10 II is designed for use with a Compunetix Mission Voice Platform (MVP) and features a 10 inch diagonal resistive touchscreen that is sunlight readable and tuned for gloved and ungloved users. The HAI-10 II features a variety of custom mounting options to fit unique spaces and environments. The HAI-10 II connects with two MVP voice networks, one red and one black, over IP, and it is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain isolation between them. It connects with the MVP over IP, and it is PoE capable. It can be fitted with 10 pin circular LEMO, polarized dual-prong, or non-polarized dual-prong headset jacks. This special-purpose mission console comes with a fully customizable GTX interface and supports up to 10 private pages and 250 shared pages of line keys. Each page can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. Other features include membrane-protected front panel buttons, two volume control knobs, and a 20W speaker. An optional unit extends headset/handset jacks and basic control functionality to a remote position. The HAI-10 II can be mounted in a NEMA-4 enclosure for weather protection in outdoor applications.

HAI-10

MC-3RU II

The MC-3RU II all-in-one mission console has an integrated SDAP (secure digital audio processor) within a 19 inch wide, 2RU (rack unit) high rackmount enclosure. The MC-3RU II connects to two MVP voice networks (one red and one black) over an IP connection, and it is TEMPEST/1-13 certified to maintain isolation between them. The touchscreen’s all-glass 13.8” diagonal (1920 x 330) seamless design maximizes the usable display area, allowing very high line key density (more buttons per page). The low profile of the MC-3RU II makes it especially well suited for control rooms with limited desk space. The capacitive touchscreen provides fast and accurate touch response. Additional features include innovative processor technology, Secure Boot, IPv4/IPv6 support, and resonance chambers for rich speaker output. Independent volume knobs for each jack and built-in 90W speakers are included. Two headset jacks in the front panel and two more available with an optional jack box provide for up to four headset/handset users at a time. The MC-3RU II comes with the customizable GTX user interface providing up to 10 private pages and 250 shared pages. Each page can be customized with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page and are not confined to a grid. The MC-3RU II also provides 10 fixed and up to 35 user-configurable function buttons and three tactile multi-purpose optical encoder knobs. The MC-3RU II is dual-homed. That is, it can connect with two different MVP platforms, one at a time. The user can easily switch between the two MVP platforms from their Login window.

MC Console Family

CDI-17 II

The CDI 17 II feature a 17 inch touch screen coupled with a Compunetix SDAP and a PC. The CDI is identical to the TDI, except that the GT software runs on the PC. This allows the PC screen to be shared with other customer applications. For example, in addition to showing the GT user interface, the PC screen could display other information such as telemetry, UAV flight status, or streaming video. GT can be displayed full screen (4 pages of 48 line keys) or in a smaller window-based “Minibar” mode that covers a portion of the display. Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected to the SDAP. The SDAP host the connections to the MVP switch over either an IP network or a T1 line (through KTMX box).

TRI-D6 II

The TRI D6 II features dual 6.2 inch touch screens in a 2U rack mount enclosure. The low profile and high line key density of this console makes it especially suited for control rooms. The TRI-D6 II runs GT software and provides 4 pages of 24 line keys (96 total). Design features include an integrated 20W speaker, independent volume knobs (left headset, speaker, right headset) and 12 multipurpose function buttons. There are two headset jacks in the front panel and two more available with an optional jack box. The unit consists of a headend display/control unit coupled with a SDAP. The headend and SDAP connect via a CAT5e cable up to 150’ long. The TRI-D6 II headend unit is only 3” in depth allowing it to fit in tight locations. The TRI-D6 II connects to the MVP over an IP network or using a T1 line and a KTMX.

SRI-12 II

The SRI 12 II features a 12 inch touch screen in a 5U rack mount enclosure. This console runs GT software and display 4 pages of 24 line keys (96 total). Design features include a handset cradle, blue ringing/alert indicator light, and two multi-purpose knobs. An integrated 20W speaker provides ample volume even in high background noise environments. There are two headset jacks in the body with an option for an external jack box with two more jacks. The SRI-12 II consists of a headend display/control unit coupled with an SDAP. The headend and SDAP are connected by a CAT5e cable up to 150’ in length. The SRI-12 II connects to the MVP switch over an IP network or using a T1 line and a KTMX.

TDI-7 II

The TDI 7 II features a 7 inch touch screen coupled with a Compunetix SDAP. This consoles is intended for crowded workstations or cramped locations where space is at a premium. The 7” display connects to the SDAP via a 20’ custom cable, allowing the SDAP to be mounted where there is more room. This console runs GT and display four pages of 16 line keys (64 total). Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected. The TDI-7 II connects to the MVP switch over either an IP network or using a T1 line and a KTMX.

CDI-22 II

The CDI 22 II features a 22 inch widescreen display in an all-in-one PC coupled with an SDAP. This console was specifically developed for airspace control applications and exhibits the full capabilities of the GTX graphical user interface. Each of the CDI-22 II’s 250 pages can be configured with any background image (map, ops floor layout) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page; they are not confined to a grid. In addition to administrator-defined pages, each console has 8 private user-definable “whiteboard” pages and access to 32 global whiteboard pages created by other console users. Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected to the SDAP. The medical-grade all-in-one PC has a multi-touch capacitive touch screen and is VESA mountable. The CDI-22 II’s SDAP connects to the MVP switch through an IP network only. The CDI-22II can be used for both red/black and black-only or red-only applications.

TDI-13, TDI-13II & TDI-13-PORTRAIT

This console family features a 13 inch widescreen display coupled through an IP network with a DAP or SDAP. The console utilizes a customizable GTX graphical user interface. Each of its 250 pages can be configured with a background image (map, ops floor layout, etc.) and augmented with text, color panels, and additional images (emblems, checklists, phone lists, etc.). Red and black conference line keys can be placed anywhere on the page; they are not confined to a grid. Up to four headsets (two dual jack boxes), a speaker, and footswitch can be connected. An integrated handset cradle with speaker is optional. A new vertical portrait orientation is available on the TDI-13.

SDI-12 II

The SDI 12 II features a 12 inch touch screen in a sleek-looking and sturdy enclosure. The screen angle can be adjusted by rotating the hinged rear leg. This console runs GT software and provides the user with 4 pages of 24 line keys (96 total). Design features include a handset cradle, blue ringing/alert indicator light, and two multi-purpose optical encoder knobs. An integrated 20W speaker provides ample volume even in high background noise environments. There are two headset jacks in the body of the console with an option for two more jacks using an external jack box. The SDI-12 II consists of a headend display/control unit coupled with a SDAP. The SDAP can be mounted separately (e.g. under the desk) and connect to the headend with a CAT5e cable up to 150’ in length. A VESA-mount adapter is available for the display unit. The SDI-12 II connects to the MVP switch over an IP network or using a T1 line and KTMX.