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Firecom 'no Wires' Headsets To Be Shown At FRI 2009
Firecom 'no Wires' Headsets To Be Shown At FRI 2009

Firecom's wireless headset systems will be exhibited at Fire Rescue International (FRI) 2009 Wireless radio headsets will be highlighted No wires or connectors. No cords getting slammed in the door. Just crystal clear, mission-critical communication. With Firecom's wireless headsets, first responders are able to connect to the in-cab intercom system and vehicle radios, providing critical, on-scene communication. And now, with Firecom's new belt pack, wired headsets can also communicate wirelessly. The headset and belt pack are ideal for command vehicles, on-scene first responders and ambulance attendants. With our wireless belt pack, BP5-10, all Firecom headsets communicate wirelessly to a base station mounted on the fire or emergency apparatus, providing secure, digitally encoded communication. In addition to the new wireless belt pack, Firecom's typical fire scene range is 300 to 500 feet, depending on where the base station is installed on a fire or emergency apparatus. Firecom's wireless headset operates on an interference free band. The headsets and base stations incorporate antenna spatial diversity for a robust RF link. The technology has been utilized in other industries for years but it has not been applied to the fire industry until Firecom introduced the wireless headset. For more information about Firecom's wireless headset, contact your territory manager at +1 800 527 0555 or to email them, click here. Firecom will be exhibiting at Fire Rescue International 2009, August 27-29, in Dallas, Texas, at Booth #712 - see us there.

Firecom Introduces New Belt Pack At FDIC For The Total Wireless Solution
Firecom Introduces New Belt Pack At FDIC For The Total Wireless Solution

Firecom's BP5-10 wireless belt pack launches at FDIC 2009 New wireless belt pack communication system launched at FDIC Firecom, the leader in the development and production of headsets, intercoms and other communications products introduces their new wireless belt pack at FDIC, April 23-25, in Indianapolis, IN. With the BP5-10 belt pack, any Firecom wired headset can communicate wirelessly to a base station mounted on the fire or emergency apparatus. The belt pack provides secure, digitally encoded wireless communication. Firecom's wireless communication system has a range of up to 1,100 feet (open field) and a battery life up to 14 hours. A typical fire scene range is 300 to 500 feet, depending on where the base station is installed on a fire or emergency apparatus. Firecom's wireless headset and belt pack operate on an interference free band. The headsets, belt pack and base stations incorporate antenna spatial diversity for a robust RF link. The RF range technology will always out perform Bluetooth technology. The technology has been utilized in other industries for years but it has not been applied to the fire industry until Firecom introduced the wireless headset. Firecom's wireless products have over three times the range and almost 15 times the coverage of Bluetooth. Firecom's wireless headsets and belt pack are compatible with the 30XXR series intercom, as well as 110 interface and 210 intercoms. The wireless headsets and wireless belt pack provide the total wireless solution for command vehicles, on-scene first responders and ambulance attendants.The wireless headset has two base station configurations. The single headset base station uses one radio transmit headset. The multiple headset base station works with up to four non-radio transmit headsets. The system allows up to 40 wireless headsets with any combination of base stations in close vicinity to each other. The single wireless headset base station accommodates a single UHW/FHW series radio transmit wireless headset. The base station can be connected via a 6 conductor flat RJ-6 cable to any headset port on Firecom's 30XXR series and 110/210 intercom. The base station will provide full duplex audio and PTT communication between the wireless headset and the intercom. The multiple wireless headset base station accommodates up to four UHW/FHW series non-radio transmit wireless headsets. The base station can be connected via a 6 conductor flat RJ-6 cable to any headset port on Firecom's 30XXR series and 110/210 intercoms. The base station will provide full duplex audio communication between the wireless headset and the intercom as well as PTT operation between the wireless headset and the apparatus radio. Any combination of up to 40 radio-transmit and non-radio transmit headsets connected to single and multiple headset bases can operate simultaneously, in close proximity to each other, for interference free communications.

Firecom Introduces The New Wireless Belt Pack At FDIC 2009
Firecom Introduces The New Wireless Belt Pack At FDIC 2009

Firecom's new wireless belt pack will be launched at FDIC 2009 Company's complete wireless solution will be exhibited at FDIC 2009 in Indianapolis No wires, no plugs, just crystal clear, mission-critical communication with Firecom's new wireless headset and base station. The wireless headset connects first responders to the in-cab intercom system and vehicle radios, delivering critical on-scene communication. And now, Firecom's wireless communication system has an increased range of up to 1,100 feet (open field) and a battery life up to 12 hours. A typical fire scene range is 300 to 500 feet, depending on where the base station is installed on a fire or emergency apparatus. Firecom's wireless headset operates on an interference free band. The headsets and base stations incorporate antenna spatial diversity for a robust RF link. The RF range technology will always out perform Bluetooth technology. The technology has been utilized in other industries for years but had not been applied to the fire industry until Firecom introduced the wireless headset. Firecom's wireless headset is just as durable and easy to use as a wired headset. In fact, the wireless headset utilizes the same form factor as the wired headset. Communication cords and connectors are no longer an issue and there are no issues with slamming the cords in the door. The only difference between the wireless headset and the wired is that the battery will need to be replaced every few years. Visit Firecom at FDIC, booth #8716, for more information.

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