This DASDEC-II Low-Power FM Decoder Package includes four (4) EAS audio inputs and requires external receiver(s) for EAS radio reception.
The DASDEC-II from Digital Alert Systems (DAS) is the latest generation of emergency messaging technology available. Developed by people with over 20 years in the EAS business Digital Alert Systems knows what broadcasters need when it comes to EAS equipment – make it simple, make it reliable, and make it affordable.Built for today. Ready for tomorrow.
The original DASDEC set the standard with its integrated receivers, advanced hardware interfaces, simple software upgrades, and network-based design. The DASDEC-II improves on this platform by leveraging common information exchange protocols and offering the on broadest range of physical connections and 3rd-party interfaces in the industry. And the DASDEC-II is designed with the future in mind, so when the inevitable change happens you’re prepared with a host of additional hardware and software options.Act locally. Think globally.
The DASDEC-II with optional MultiStation™ software handles full EAS compliance for up to 5 unique stations or channels regardless of location; co-located – in the same physical location - or anywhere over an IP-network. Visit our website or see the “DASDEC MultiStation for Remote and Centralcasting” brochure for more information on this exciting technology.Confidence in Compliance.
Each EAS alert received and processed by the DASDEC-II is stored in non-volatile memory. And we mean the complete message including the incoming audio! The DASDEC also features a series of comprehensive e-mail tools to keep everyone up-todate and aware as well as connecting to a wide range of local or network printers when hardcopies are needed. Forget managing multiple paper tape trails. While the internal storage retains tens of thousands – several years’ of EAS alert messages – there’s an array of external storage options available to further your confidence in compliance. And don’t worry about setting or resetting the time, DASDEC synchronizes its clock with an atomic reference to ensure it’s always accurate and compliance is maintained. CAP is coming.CAP is coming. CAP is here.
Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) is the latest in the ever-changing EAS landscape. As a founding member of the EAS-CAP Industry Group (www.eas-cap.org) Digital Alert Systems is on the forefront of this change. And, while the final standards are in flux, rest assured the DASDEC-II is the right platform for EAS-CAP integration. Please note based on final FCC/FEMA approach, it may require additional hardware or software not currently included.Take a look.
You’ll like what you see. The DASDEC-II from Digital Alert Systems, the most complete emergency messaging system available - now and for the future. Backed by a team of top developers, engineers and support professionals, the DASDEC is the EAS solution. Find out why more than 1000 facilities already use the DASDEC for their EAS needs. Contact your Digital Alert Systems representative today for a FREE on-line demonstration and to learn how you can streamline and improve your EAS requirements. Don’t wait. Call 585-765-1155 or visit www.digitalertsystems.com today. The DASDEC-II from Digital Alert Systems, a division of Monroe Electronics, the company you can trust.
- Web-browser user interface with tiered security - no special software, hardware, or IT support
- Architecture supports simultaneous monitoring by all users
- Dual language support
- Stereo analog and digital audio (AES) switching with fail-safe bypass
- Clock locked to atomic reference assuring continuous accuracy
- Stores 1000's of events - with audio - in non-volatile memory
- EAS-NetTM compatible for exchanging EAS data and audio
- MultiStationTM option - One DASDEC replaces 5 separate endecs
- CAP - Common Alerting Protocol software option
- Up to 4 independent Ethernet ports - enhances network performance
- Internal triple tri-band (AM/FM/WX) high performance receiver option fully adjustable via user interface
- Internal MPEG encoding option - direct intertion into digital broadcast streams