A LONG-RANGE, OVER-THE-AIR RADIO WAVEFORM ANALYZER
EXTEND THE DIAGNOSTX COVERAGE OF YOUR RADIO SYSTEM
The MX-3000 Master unit utilizes robust, redundant hardware with higher-performance processors to accommodate the requirements of larger geographically dispersed systems. The DX-2002 instrument accepts up to three (3) NX-200 remote receivers connecting simultaneously (depending on available WAN bandwidth). Larger systems will require the more powerful MX-3000. The MX-3000 does not function as a receiver; it receives data from the remote NX-200 instruments and combines the results into a single view in the DiagnostX Viewer (DV) console.
Features of the MX-3000 Master Unit
The MX-3000 DiagnostX network using the NX-200 series of remote receivers is ideal for larger county-wide, state, and regional systems. In the past, many agencies have moved their DX-2002 instrument periodically from site to site to cover the entire system. Others have combined multiple DX-2002s in a networked configuration to ensure continuous system-wide coverage in a unified database. It is now possible to use the MX-3000 with the smaller, more economical NX-200 remote receivers to achieve the same result.
All the data is forwarded across an IP network back to the MX-3000 Master unit and presented in a single consolidated view. The data transfer rate is only 13KB per transmission sent.
SPECIFICATIONS of the MX-3000 MASTER UNIT
- Power Requirement: Single AC universal power supply: 100V – 240V, 50Hz -60 Hz, 1.0 AMP Nominal
- Operating Temperature: 0-50 degrees Celsius ambient
- Dimensions: 3.46” H, 18.96” W, 15.67” D
- Weight: ~23 lbs.
- Construction: Sheet metal covered by flat black/silver matte finish
- Rack Mounting: 19” Rack
- Processor: i7 2.9 GHz Quad-Core
- Memory: 16 GB
- Ethernet: 2x – 10/100/1000M RJ45
- Rear I/O: DVI-D, Display Port, HDMI, VGA, USB 3.0
MX-3000: One Protocol
MX-3000c: Dual Protocol