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Multitone at British APCO 2012


Multitone Electronics attended BAPCO in Manchester 2012.  During the two day event we were able to showcase our latest critical communication devices and our station end equipment.  The stand was kept busy with guests, customers and potential customers.  Many thanks to all of those who came onto the stand and spent some time chatting about our products and services.  Jim Lanyon and Peter Eborall were our representatives on stand, should you wish to contact them now the event is closed please call our sales office on 0845 0788200.


Information on FireCoder


The Multitone Firecoder has been designed to meet the requirements of emergency service stations (both for fulltime and retained crews) and is highly flexible, delivering solutions pertinent to any authority with respect to software and hardware configuration. The software is accredited to the Home Office protocol GD92 version GD92/1003A/2.2 and is “closed loop” thus ensuring secure message delivery and an audit trail. The software also supports the Home Office specification MG4 for fire-fighter alerting. In addition to system messages, the unit can deliver “unsolicited” messages to a GD92 network manager. This gives the system a degree of self-monitoring, essential for an emergency service, with remote diagnostics and configuration.