|•||Dual Radio Simultaneous Transmit. Two positions can transmit and receive independently of each other.|
|•||Voice Activated Intercom eliminates noise pick-up. Turns on instantly when you start speaking and turns off when you stop.|
|•||Auxiliary input ??? monitor a third radio.|
|•||All mounting hardware, jacks, switches and wire are included.
Dual Radio Capability: Communicate on 2 radios at the same time and monitor a third radio! You and a crew member can communicate with two agencies at the same time and have intercom capability with two more crew members. The dual radio capability of the S-A-F-E unit allows the two command headset positions to select which radios to transmit and receive on, independent of the other headset. Each headset position has dual volume controls; one for your radio reception, and the other for your intercom volume level. The third and fourth headset positions are slaved to the right side of the unit and will hear whichever radio the right side has selected.
Auxiliary Input: You can also selectively monitor a third radio via the auxiliary input.
• Excellent RF immunity guarantees clean, clear, radio communications.
• Automatic Sidetone Generation allows everyone in the vehicle to hear both sides of the radio conversation.
• Uses Sigtronics’ noise attenuating, single plug headsets.
• The unit can be mounted above or below the panel and will adjust to various angles for easy viewing.
• Quick Disconnect feature gives it flexibility and makes it interchangeable.
• Standard Equipment included: 4 headset jacks and mounting boxes. 2 push-to-talk (PTT) switches.
4 foot interface cable, 1 roll of hook up wire, Installation and Operating instructions
OPTIONAL: Dual S-A-F-E Communicator (Remote Head)
The Dual S-A-F-E Communicator is similar to the unit described above except there are two identical boxes (one becomes a remote head to be mounted somewhere other than in the driver’s area). It allows four crew members to transmit on two radios and up to eight people have voice activated intercom capability. Ideal for use in command vans.
• Equipment provided is the same as regular S-A-F-E except there are four PTT switches and 8 headset jacks and mounting boxes.
THE QUALITY OF SOUND is the key to clear, accurate communications for positive control of any situation.
SIGTRONICS is the industry standard of excellence in high noise aircraft intercom systems since 1974. The same advanced technology has been used in the design of the emergency apparatus intercom systems to insure the highest quality, durability and reliability. Sigtronics’ products are designed and manufactured in the U.S.A., using state-of-the-art technology to insure the highest quality and durability. Sigtronics has the most comprehensive customer support program in the industry as well as a dedicated 800 line for technical support and installation information.
HEARING PROTECTION: Now you can protect your hearing and have clear communications with all personnel. Crew member’s hearing is protected by using Sigtronics’ headsets. They are light-weight for comfort, reduce noise for your safety, and have noise-canceling, electret microphones for superb voice fidelity.
INTERCOMMUNICATION: Each crew member’s headset is connected to a voice activated intercom system, providing convenient “hands free” communication.This feature improves safety by allowing the vehicle operator to communicate without diverting attention away from traffic surveillance. In addition, the operator now has extra sets of eyes and ears to immediately alert him to unseen traffic. Use of the Sigtronics’ intercom also saves precious moments by allowing the officer to brief the crew in route.
RADIO INTERFACE: The intercom systems interface to all mobile radios, allowing communications (both transmit and receive) to be heard through each headset. Radio transmitting can be done from two or more positions. The crews’ intercommunication is not transmitted over the radio. To transmit over the radio, the radio push-to-talk switch must be activated, and only that person’s voice will be heard over the air.