The Codan 3033 features a fully automated mode with remote management facilities suited for unattended sites. An intuitive web interface provides access to extensive call logging records and configuration settings. To ensure calling is simple and reliable, the 3033 is integrated with popular radio calling systems Including ALE and Selcall.
Easy to Use
Automatic Mode: The 3033 features an interactive telephone voice prompting system that guides users when making a call from a telephone to a HF station. This is especially helpful for telephone parties not familiar with HF radio operation.
When making a telephone call from a HF radio the 3033 features on-air voice announcements that advise the user how the call is progressing.
Speed dial numbers can also be used by HF users to call telephone numbers stored in the 3033, resulting in faster connection times. Manual Mode: When the 3033 is set up for manual operation, an operator controls the HF and telephone patching via a simple button press. With an inbuilt quality speaker, an operator can also monitor the conversation of both the HFand telephone party.
The flexible architecture of the 3033 ensures there are no limitations to voice prompt languages. With a user-friendly menu structure it is easy tostore, organiseand select your multiple custom-made voice prompts in a logical sequence.
Web Browser interface
A standard web browser is used to access the embedded configuration and call management tools. These tools include control of
Telephone u ser ca 11 groups
Telephone network accessibility and passwords
Speed dial numbers
Regional telephone line parameters
Custom voice prompts
Embedded Call logging
Calls initiated from either a telephone or a HF station are recorded in a comprehensive call logging database within the Codan 3033. Upto 10,000 detailed records can be stored and then easily exported for commercial billing applications.
Programmable Access Rights
The 3033 can be configured so that only authorised HF and telephone users have access to the system.
Access may be specified by:
Defining HF user call groups
Assigning an Access Code for a telephone user
Listing telephone number patterns, such as local, national, international, and mobile calls
Simple Remote Management
The 3033 is managed remotely by using one of two connections. Using the Ethernet port the 3033 Is accessed in an intra-office environment via a corporate LAN. When using the RS232 port the 3033 is managed over a longdistance by connect ing a dial up modem. A common web browser interface is used to manage both configurations.
The 3033 stores Speed dial information for users within a HF network. This feature makes it simple manage telephone numbers as they are stored in one location.
The 3033 supports HF radios optioned with encryption and frequency hopping to ensure HF communications is always secure. With the 3033, both telephone and HF users have control of the security options of the HF link.
13.5 V DC nominal
9 to 16 V DC fully operational
1.3 A nominal @ 13.5 V DC in normal operating conditions
-30to+60oC (-22 to 140oF)
0 to 95 %. non-condensing
14.5 to 55 Hz, 50V AC
Line voltage drop, reverse polarity, ringing, on hook, off hook, flash
8 bit ADC to DAC sampling @ 8 kHz
300 to 3400 Hz
User-programmable software gain
Signal processing characteristics
Cut-through DTMF detection:
0 to 9,*,#
483 mm Wx338 mm Dxl33 mm H
(19 in W x 13.3 in D x 3 RU (5.25 in) H)
(Depth dimension does not include handle or connector projections)