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Dispatcher PC´s

The operator PC´s can look very different

From standard office PC:s to dedicated standalone touch screen computers.

The most common is to use your standard PC or LapTop that you use for other office duties. But in some cases a separate unit is better, for example in:

– Safety systems
– Industry control rooms
– Outdoors
– On board ships
– In Command and Control Vehicles or other vehicles
– Etc

Purpose built

We can also build special PC´s and/or touch screens for special purposes, for example when you need something that is waterproof.

Standard PC´s

Mimer SoftRadio will run on any standard PC
with Windows 7, 8 or 10. It will work together with all your other Windows software that you have for office work etc.

Operator PC at an airport running SoftRadio on the same standard PC as many other systems.

Small Touch Screen PC´s

10″ Touch screen together with a compact PC
from HP and our desk top microphone

A compact combination perfect for control rooms were you need a separate PC for Mimer SoftRadio.

In the picture above we have used:
– HP Prodesk PC, very compact
– Mimo 10″ touch screen with built in speakers
– Mimer Heavy duty microphone

In the picture below we have used:
– Gigabyte Brix PC, very compact
– ELO 7,5″ touch screen with USB connection to PC
– Standard PC speakers
– Mimer Heavy duty microphone

Both screens are available in many sizes.
Vesa standard mounting on the back of the screen.

7,5″ Touch screen together with a compact PC

The most used standalone PC is the Tipro BeFree10

10,4″ All in one Touch Screen

Tipro builds this very nice “all in one” unit with built in goose neck microphone, speakers and large PTT button.

It holds a powerful fanless PC and an easy to use touch screen.

Combined with the option “Custom Functions Panel” you can easily switch from the built in speaker and microphone to using either a handset or a headset for the audio.

All in all making it a perfect operator terminal for SoftRadio applications.

There is an angle mechanism available to tilt it upwards if needed.

The standard Vesa mounting on the back makes it also possible to fasten to wall mount arms and such.

It is also available in a larger 15″ screen version.

It is called the Tipro BeFree20.

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