|Firecom Intercom Systems solve two major problems facing today's emergency personnel: the risk of hearing damage caused by sirens and horns, and the need for more effective communication while en-route and on-scene.|
|Without an intercom, hearing critical radio transmissions over sirens and horns is often difficult. Communication amongst crewmembers requires yelling and shouting. Firecom has introduced a better idea.
At the core of every Firecom Intercom System is a dash-mounted intercom. Each crewmember on the apparatus wears a comfortable Firecom headset that is hardwired to the intercom. The ability of each person to transmit information depends on the type of Firecom equipment installed. For example, everyone on board may be able to listen and talk to one another, while only the driver and officer have the ability to transmit.
|The NFPA set minimum standards to protect emergency personnel from hearing damage. Earplugs offer protection, but severely inhibit your ability to hear vital commands and instructions. With a Firecom headset, you get superb hearing protection and the advantages of intercom communications.|
|The Firecom contribution to on-scene communication starts with exterior headset positions that can be installed at the pump panel, tiller and bucket. Outside the cab, on-scene radio communications can continue with the added benefit of hearing protection.
The Handheld Radio Interface connects a Firecom headset to your portable radio to let you move freely.
|The Triple Radio Interface is one of the most popular additions to the basic Firecom system. This allows your Firecom intercom to simultaneously monitor three communication sources, including radios and cellular phones. And Firecom gives you the control of transmit selection. Transmit to all three sources at the same time, or choose any combination of the three.|
Models 3015 and 3025 are no longer available. Shown for reference only