CommCommand™ SCBA Communication Accessories In an emergency, clear communication between first reponders is critical. Communication: A Critical Tool In an emergency, communication for first responders is a critical matter. In keeping with our promise to listen to direct input from firefighters, Honeywell is proud to introduce two high-performance communication solutions for firefighters. Voice Amplification System (VAS) Best-in-class, person-to-person, distortion-free communication is as close as the press of a button. The Honeywell CommCommand™ Voice Amplification System is simple, uncomplicated and dependable, with a large speaker to amplify every word. In an environment that can be noisy and chaotic, this system delivers clear communication with two modes. • Push-to-talk, where the user simply presses the on/off button to communicate, and releases it to end. • Hands-free, where the user presses the button twice to enter the continuous talk mode. Radio Communication System (RCS) Introducing the CommCommand wireless Radio Communication System — robust, simple to use and crystal-clear. Our RCS offers communication via a lapel microphone, either with the facepiece donned or in a tactical radio mode with the facepiece doffed. The facepiece-mounted RCS delivers clear, undistorted, remote communication via a lapel microphone that uses Digital Spread Spectrum technology. This technology makes it possible for the lapel microphone and the facepiece module to communicate with each other 14,000 times per second. Mission Critical: The Lapel Microphone The workhorse of the RCS is the lapel microphone, a rugged, yet sophisticated multi-function remote microphone: • This is a traditional “speaker microphone” that attaches to the auxiliary connector of a radio. • The lapel microphone draws its power from three AAA batteries instead Both Communication Systems Stand Alone – And Both Offer Only The Best Streamlined Design of the user’s radio, although as a redundancy, the lapel microphone will Both systems work seamlessly with the use the radio’s battery power if the AAA batteries are dead. Twenty/20+® facepiece, without interfering with • When the lapel microphone is linked to the RCS, radio frequency important peripheral vision. is scrambled every 20 milliseconds for crystal-clear incoming and Intelligent Internal Microphone outgoing communication. Housed in the Twenty/20+® facepiece, the • An optional emergency alert button gives the user “Mayday” functionality at the press of a button. microphone is designed to amplify the user’s voice with no distortion in the VAS and provide a clear signal with the RCS. Integration Is Seamless Ease of Use Linking the RCS to the lapel microphone is so simple, activation can Each system is controlled by its own on/off be initiated when wearing gloves. Once linked, the firefighter uses the button, easily operated by a gloved hand. push-to-talk button on the lapel microphone to key the system, allowing An LED easily seen by the wearer alerts the normal speaking within the Twenty/20+® facepiece. user when the system is on. The RCS and the lapel microphone will remain linked until the user Automatic Shut-Off unlinks them or uses the lapel microphone with a different RCS module. Precious battery power is conserved with both Should a user go from wearing the facepiece to a tactical position, he or she simply turns off the RCS module, and the lapel microphone is ready for action. To activate the link, the user simply turns the RCS module back on. Even if the RCS on the Twenty/20+® facepiece is turned off, the RCS will remain linked to the remote speaker microphone. systems automatically shutting off after 20 minutes of being idle. Just press the on/off button to reactivate. Modular Design Both RCS and VAS options are stand-alone Digital Spread Spectrum (DSS) DSS is a cutting-edge advancement in audio technology. It uses components, so your department has the flexibility to purchase either system – or both. “frequency hopping” to spread the audio signal over a much wider Rugged Reliability bandwidth, increasing the signal-to-noise ratio. The result is a wider Both systems meet stringent NFPA and range of operation and less susceptibility to interference. In addition, CBRN standards, performing in the harsh DSS communications are less likely to interfere with other devices using environments that firefighters face every day. the same frequency. The secure channel of communication that DSS gives can be the edge firefighters need in a crucial situation. Safety Always Both communication systems are certified Trunked Repeater Capability The Honeywell CommCommand wireless radio system works with sophisticated trunked repeater radio systems. The advantages of this system include less waiting for the operator’s radio to access the radio system and increased channel capacity for a given quality of service. This ensures that the operator’s communications are not lost from lack of channel access. as intrinsically safe. Wireless Communication Is Better • Hands-free, radio frequency • A truly wireless solution eliminates technology is dependable the danger of cables becoming and simple to use caught as snag points • Modular design allows for greater • Intelligent internal microphone flexibility, with seamless integration eliminates distortion, allowing for crystal-clear communication ORDERING INFORMATION COMMUNICATION COMPONENT PART NUMBERS (INSTALLED) Part Number Description X252135 CommCommand wireless Radio Communication System (RCS) X252136 CommCommand Voice Amplification System (VAS X252137 CommCommand RCS and VAS (Combo) X252138 CommCommand facepiece modification kit (VAS without amplifier module) 972775 CommCommand RCS Module Only (spare; not installed) 965228 CommCommand Voice Amp Only (spare; not installed) LAPEL MICROPHONES - RADIO BRANDS SUPPORTED WITH COMMCOMMAND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM • Motorola • E.F. Johnson • Kenwood • Bendix/King • M/A-Com • Icom Please contact your Honeywell distributor for a list of part numbers for specific radio models. ! WARNING! This document provides only an overview s For more information of the respiratory products shown. It does not provide important product warnings and instructions. Honeywell Respiratory Protection recommends that all users of respiratory equipment undergo thorough training and that all warnings and instructions provided with the products be thoroughly read and understood prior to use. Failure to read and follow all product warnings and instructions may result in serious personal injury, illness or death. www.honeywellsafety.com Technical Service: 800.873.5242 Honeywell Industrial Safety 900 Douglas Pike Smithfield, RI 02917 US:Canada: Tel. 800.430.5490 Tel. 888.212.7233 Fax. 800.322.1330 Fax. 888.667.8477 www.honeywell.com HSPRSP.216 © 2016 Honeywell International Inc.
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