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STREAMLIGHT INC. has introduced The Siege, a rugged, cordless, alkaline battery-powered LED lantern
KUSSMAUL ELECTRONICS has introduced the PDS-100/Model 390-5711-0, a programmable power distribution system
ISG INFRASYS has introduced the X380; a powerful but small-format personal thermal imaging camera
BULLEX has introduced the ATTACK Digital Fire Training System
FIRE-DEX has introduced the FDXL-50 Grey Leather Boot
GRAINGER has introduced Condor high-visibility, lime-green fleece jackets.
STREAMLIGHT INC. has introduced The Siege, a rugged, cordless, alkaline battery-powered LED lantern designed for a wide variety of outdoor, safety and scene-lighting uses. The versatile, easy-to-carry lantern provides 360 degrees of soft, even light and can illuminate large areas. Featuring four white C4 LEDs and one red C4 LED to preserve night vision, the lantern offers five different output modes, including a red emergency SOS signal. The four white LEDs feature high, medium and low modes, while its red LED includes high and SOS settings.
KUSSMAUL ELECTRONICS has introduced the PDS-100/Model 390-5711-0, a programmable power distribution system that provides a quick way to connect, protect and program power to emergency vehicle accessories. The unit provides six dedicated fused circuits configured in three load groups with four programmable modes: always-on, ignition on/off, ignition with timeout and low-voltage disconnect, capable of powering radios, emergency lights, sirens, video, MDTs, radar and more. Each circuit is fuse protected with an LED indicator that simplifies trouble-shooting by identifying a blown fuse.
ISG INFRASYS has introduced the X380; a powerful but small-format personal thermal imaging camera that delivers all the image clarity and features of a larger camera. The unit offers super-clear clarity with high-resolution imagery and a full-size LCD, all housed inside a lightweight and compact system. Options include a Cold Spot Tracker, designed to let first responders pin-point thread or valve gas leaks, and Hot Spot Tracker, which lets the user measure high temperatures in an entirely new and dynamic way.
Digital Firefighting Trainer
BULLEX has introduced the ATTACK Digital Fire Training System, featuring training technology that interacts with a hoseline. The waterproof panel uses five infrared sensors along with digital flames, smoke generation and sound effects for interactive training. The panel can be hit with any hoseline. An infinite number of panels can be wirelessly linked together to let the fire grow and spread. The digital hoseline training panel lets fire departments and fire brigades create a realistic fire training scenario without the safety and environmental concerns of live burns.
FIRE-DEX has introduced the FDXL-50 Grey Leather Boot, a structural leather boot that offers lightweight comfort and protection. The boot exterior features a Vibram FIRE&ICE sole, rubber reinforced toe and heel guards, padded shin guards and integrated pull-on loops. The interior of the boot includes a tri-laminate liner that features a system of thermal and moisture protection together with a Lunar facecloth for durability and to let the boot slide on easily. It is treated with Agion, an antimicrobial technology that stops the spread of odor-causing bacteria.
GRAINGER has introduced Condor high-visibility, lime-green fleece jackets that not only keep emergency responders warm, but help make sure they are seen while working outside. The jacket features reflective tape on the front and back, two front pockets, elastic sleeve cuffs, stand-up collar, zipper front closure and hemmed bottom with an elastic drawcord. The jacket meets Class 3 ANSI and ANSI-ISEA 107-2004, which recommends these garments for all emergency responders, vehicle operators and accident-site investigators as well as roadway construction personnel, utility workers, survey crews and railway workers.