Deliver attention grabbing voice messages and audio signals over long distances, in urgent situations. Project sound clearly at very high but safe volumes to targeted groups, individuals or search areas while video, location and sound data evidence are recorded automatically.
A portable device operating at great range, the Superhailer® operates in two primary modes. First, it can broadcast targeted powerful verbal messages or instructions which are crystal clear even at very significant distances.
Second, if required, it can emit a very narrow beam of intense but safe sound. It cuts through ambient noise and helps grab the attention of the individuals or groups being hailed. Superhailer can be rapidly deployed to play a critical role in the de-escalation of dangerous situations.
Reach individuals or groups at ranges of 250m/800ft or more
Automatic in-built safety system; prevents harm to the hearing of the user, bystanders and the target
High volume signals and voice communication that cut through ambient noise
Crystal clear messages delivered and recorded for evidence and future use
Amazing sound quality
Narrow sound beam
Automatic safety system
Automatic evidence recording
Full health & safety compliance
Easy to use
Superhailer® is a game-changing acoustic communications tool, employing patented innovation to produce class-leading performance from a portable audio device.
Astonishingly directional acoustic output, with unmatched clarity of messaging at distance.
Automatic safety system built in, keeping the system safe to use and easy to operate and train on.
Intuitive ergonomic controls in this portable device, designed to be worn. In built LCD for easy operation.
The device automatically records all the details of its use, creating a clear audit trail.
Complies within existing Health and Safety regulations, the only acoustic device to do so.
Strong patent portfolio supporting capability and use.
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