Detectors

Detector Down or Offline

What happens when my detector goes down? The account administrator will receive a text message, notifying that your equipment is offline. To learn how to add additional text recipients when a detector goes dow...

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Technical Information

Technical Information for eDispatches Equipment General Linux-based No keyboard, mouse or monitor needed Automatic recovery following power failure/restoration Dimensions and weight ...

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Detector Bandwidth Usage

Routine Check-ins: Approx. 2KB transferred every 10 minutes Sending Alerts: Less than 500KB per alert (transfer of recorded audio) Streaming Audio: 20 - 30 kbps (continuous)

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Recording Length

The eDispatches detector setup will arrive with a default record time of 35 seconds for each dispatch. This timing is adjustable remotely by our technicians to be either longer or shorter. It is our goal to r...

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Stacked Tones

Many departments are dispatched on a common radio frequency with other departments. In some circumstances, multiple departments are toned out consecutively which may result in a recording full of tones. We ar...

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Streaming Audio

Streaming Audio is available via a work relationship with Broadcastify. We are able to stream your dispatch channel directly into our app so you can listen live continuously. NOTE: If you are a department tha...

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How to Nickname Detectors

What is a Nickname? A "Nickname" is a short description for your detector to make it easier to identify. Why should I Nickname a detector? Nicknaming detectors is especially useful if you have multiple dete...

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Adding Detector Down Recipients

What happens if my detector goes offline or down? By default, your account administrator will receive a text message, notifying that your equipment is offline. What do I do if my detector goes down? For a tro...

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