Solar powered, self-contained and designed to operate in some of the most extreme environments, Genave Mobile Alert Systems stand ready to deliver high power alert signals and live or recorded messages wherever they're needed.
Available on VHF, UHF radio channels, license-free digital wireless activation and other radio bands, they can also interface and activate from external controls such as SCADA systems and distributed sensors.
20 different siren & alarm sounds standard and can mix with customized. signals.
VHF and UHF models deliver live messages.
Digital voice playback module stores up to 98 custom messages or alarm sounds.
A solar charging system works to keep the system ready even on cloudy days. There is also a "shore power" connection so you can power the unit from 110-240 volts ac as well. The ac connection is often used to keep the batteries at full capacity and ready when stored indoors between deployments.
With trailer weights of 3000 lb. or less they can be towed by most SUV's and light pickup trucks. They are also equipped with lifting and chain down points for moving with forklift, crane and semi-trailers. and are sized to comfortably fit into intermodal shipping containers.
Once on-site it takes about fifteen minutes to setup. The stabilizing outriggers are set then the powered mast lifts the speaker array high into the air with a flip of a switch. A final system check and its ready to go.
The eight channel system can be activated by ....
Emergency push button stations.
License free digital wireless.
Encrypted mesh radio network.
Local push button or key switch.
In many instances the system can be tuned to use your existing radio channel. Live messages and control can be limited to specific users such as supervisors, HSE, emergency managers and others.
Activation range can be suited to your requirements from local buttons up to remote control from anywhere in the world.
Each unit is completely independent and self-contained. They can be moved or additional units added without reprogramming or changing the system. In dynamic situations they can be quickly moved as the area or workflow changes.
While the Mobile Alert System can work as a stand-alone device, it can also integrate with other alert and control devices as well. Other devices can provide coverage at spots where extra emphasis is required to overcome high background noise in a particular area or inside buildings and remote locations.