The PURC tones "invented" by Motorola (Paging Unified Remote Control) are used to remotely key paging transmitters and send digital paging data (known as "NRZ FSK") Non-Return to Zero Frequency Shift Keying digital paging format over the air at two speeds 512 and 1200 baud. Zetron makes a device called a Model 66 which is the only other PURC transmitter controller in the industry which costs the dealers somewhere around $1850 with no competition, until now.
The PURCOLATER is a tiny board that fits on the back of an Icom digital paging transmitter (built for Icom by RF Technology known as RFT) takes about an hour of tech time to set up, and saves the dealer more than $1300 at dealer cost - so it is quite a bargain.
This board drives the Icom/ RFT DMTX (Digital Modulator for the TX) board inside of the exciter to either of the two speeds over a standard 2-wire landline from the paging terminal in TTL (Zero to 5 volt) shift to give wide or narrow data to your paging transmitter anywhere.
AT ONLY 2.5" X 3" IT FITS ON THE BACK OF THE RACK FRAME EXACTLY
RUNS ON 12 VOLTS & PLUGS INTO THE DB-9 "DMTX" CONNECTOR
TAKES PURC PAGING TONES, KEYS THE TX AND SUPPLIES THE TTL LEVEL FSK DATA OUT FOR PROPER DIGITAL POCSAG AT 512 OR 1200 BAUD
PLUG & PLAY MOUNTING WITH ALL PARTS; UP & RUNNING IN 1 HOUR
DEALER PRICED AT ONLY $500 vs. $1800+ FROM "THE OTHER GUYS"