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Get the most out of your emergency apparatus with firefighting vehicle electronics

Your emergency vehicles are integral to the efficiency and safety of your firefighting team. Hale provides vehicle electronics that are designed to help you simplify emergency scene operations and give you more insight for preventive maintenance. Contact us for more information about our vehicle electronics offering.

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  1. Electrical System Manager

    105228 / 105662 / 105763 | Electrical System Manager

    The Electrical System Manager is a precision device which monitors the electrical system and controls electrical loads.
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  2. Total System Manager

    610-00015 | Total System Manager

    The Total System Manager (TSM) is the most versatile electronic system manager available. This fully programmable device is designed to exceed NFPA requirements.
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  3. 4 Light Driver Module

    106877 | 4 Light Driver Module

    The 4 light driver module provides 7.5 amps per output (x4) and mimics the function of the Master Tank Level Display. It is used to power the large tank indicator lights on the side of the apparatus. It is compatible with all Class1 ITL and ITL-40 tank gauges.
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  4. SSD Airminder display

    111655 | SSD Airminder display

    Breathing air warning system for aerials, aerial platforms, air trucks and C.F.R. vehicles. Keeps firefighters informed of the percentage of air remaining in a breathing air system from 100% capacity down to zero. A low warning flashes at 25% of maximum air bottle capacity and a 90 dB audible warning sounds at 20% of capacity. The audible alarm can be manually silenced but the visual warning will continue to flash until the air system is filled above the 25% level.
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  5. SSD Flowminder display

    111663 / 111665 / 111822 | SSD Flowminder display

    The Class 1 digital flow meter allows operators to monitor actual flow from a discharge line. The compact design reduces pump panel space requirements while providing large, easy to read digits. Eliminates the need for "rules of thumb" or fire ground hydraulics.
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