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Vehicle Electronics

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.

  1. SuperNode II

    119890 | SuperNode II

    The ES-Key High Density I/O Node (Supernode II p/n 119890) consolidates functions of multiple ES-Key modules to reduce node count and simplify addressing. The Supernode II is well suited for applications where a centralized node location is required.
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  2. USM II

    122116 | USM II

    The USM II features a full compliment of Utility function and can be configured as a drop in replacement for any USM 1 in the field. It features built in USB connectivity replacing the need for special programming adapters.
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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. SAM | SAM™ Control System

    SAM is an integrated total water flow control system that manages your truck’s, pump, tank, intakes and discharges. A touch-screen display, provides a simplified interface that totally transforms traditional pump operations. The SAM control system provides complete control of the flow to and from the pump from two interfaces, the SAM control center and the pump controller.

    Emergency Responders: Learn more about SAM at samflows.com

    OEMs/Dealers: Login to My Account to access system details and support materials.

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