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AmpliVox Introduces Radio Hailers That Maximize Emergency Management
New Radio Hailer Communication System Expands Crowd Control with Centralized Message Capability
AmpliVox Sound Systems is proud to introduce the groundbreaking Radio Hailer communication system, the most powerful, cost-effective, and versatile emergency sound system available. The innovative Radio Hailer is a vital tool for first and post response teams, especially in large emergencies that demand quick, clear communication from emergency personnel to operation leaders, team members, and civilians, as well as communicating within large outdoor areas such as campgrounds, parks, or school campuses. The Radio Hailer supports all type of disaster recovery efforts, whether the emergency results from fire, earthquake, tornado, or hazmat incidents.
During an emergency, the Radio Hailer provides an easy-to-use transportable (grab-and-go) battery operated system that brings voice coverage to an area where disaster has knocked out communication channels and allows organizations to establish their own zone sites during a disaster scenario. These zone sites enable Public Sector First Responders, Citizen's Emergency Response Teams (CERT), and Corporate Preparedness Teams to broadcast messages to the Radio Hailer from up to one mile away, literally expanding crowd control coverage.
In a school disaster situation, administrators and public safety personnel can coordinate efforts from a secure location without the need for telephone or electric service. Centralized decision-making saves crucial time and eliminates potentially dangerous confusion for teachers and students. The audio coverage of the Radio Hailer’s amplifier and speaker is powerful enough to deliver instructions either indoors or out, enabling emergency crews to manage crowds consistently and safely.
AmpliVox’s Radio Hailer communication system connects to two 2-watt MURS radios. One radio acts as the receiver, the other as the transmitter. The Radio Hailer includes a 50-watt amplifier; the 11” horn speaker delivers 108 dB of clear sound audible over any background noise, as well as a 120dB warning siren. In addition to the radios, users can connect to the amp through wireless microphones or wired mics, available as options. The Radio Hailer has a battery life of up to 200 hours on 10 D-cell alkaline batteries, or can be powered by optional NiCad batteries. A line-out jack allows the amplifier to connect to a recording device for repetitive instructions and warnings. Tripods, a carrying case and speakers are optional.
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- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via AmpliVox Sound Systems, 3/20/12)