Established in 2010, Feniex is a young company that had their share of challenges in the beginning. They initially hired outside manufacturers and contract engineers which didn't provide the product quality they demanded for their clients, so they did the right thing and invested in their own people. Now, Feniex boasts a staff of about 50, including some extremely talented engineers and assembly people. Unsurprisingly, they have quickly asserted themselves as one of the leaders in the public safety equipment field and are relied on by departments all over the nation for lighting and audio solutions.
Feniex's Light Bars & Sirens For Police and EMS
No police, fire, or EMS vehicle is complete without top of the line lighting and siren technology, and Feniex delivers on both fronts. The company’s products stand out for their excellent versatility, as they can be paired with nearly any type of vehicle and controlled to a precise degree. With this level of versatility, fleet managers can customize how their vehicles look and sound in the field with only modest effort required.
And that only lightly touches on the Feniex difference. Here’s a deeper study of the company’s lighting and siren products:
1. Fusion light bars – No surprise, but Feniex’s flagship products are its most sophisticated vehicle-mount lights. The Fusion light bar is Feniex’s top lighting option and can be installed on police, fire, or rescue vehicles. The Fusion comes in 49-inch and 60-inch lengths, making them perfect for sedans, utility vehicles, and even fire trucks.
There are no dead spots with the Fusion, and they can be fitted with 180-degree and 40-degree lighting spreads. The 180-degree wide angle is unique in the industry and ensures total coverage around the vehicle. The 40-degree concentrated spread allows personnel to blast a ton of light in a small area. The Fusion is elegantly designed to accommodate both in a single light bar, and they can be operated independently, so controllability is a real asset with the Fusion.
And the Fusion comes with all of the customization options fleet managers would expect from a modern light bar. Each Fusion can be configured to display one or two colors, with more than 60 flash patterns, no matter the configuration. Every pattern emits full 360-degree coverage, so public safety vehicles can be seen from every angle, and at extended distances.
Mounting options also speak to Feniex’s focus on usability. The Fusion can be paired with a permanent mount, a vehicle-specific mount, or a headache mount for trucks.
Finally, excellent durability is on display with the Fusion, as every light bar is built with a triple-lip gasket to prevent water intrusion and aircraft-grade aluminum.
2. StormPro siren system – The StormPro is Feniex’s top siren for emergency vehicles, and it offers a lot in a compact package. The siren control box is small enough to fit just about anywhere, including the glove compartment, inside the center console or under the seat. In all, it measures about 2.5 inches by 6.6 inches. When tied to Feniex’s Triton speakers, the StormPro can output enough sound to stop people in their tracks. For police, fire, and emergency vehicles, the 200W version is the better choice, while the 100W model is better formatted for civilian vehicles.
In either case, the StormPro comes with multiple tone options, with integrated short circuit protection. Other standard features include horn ring capability, radio rebroadcast, park kill, and hands-free operation, allowing the driver to cycle through siren settings using the car horn. It can utilize single-tone integration but is dual-tone compatible, capable of outputting up to 130 decibels of sound power.
The StormPro is built with cast aluminum housing, universal connectivity for additional integration, and a mic with a six-switch panel.
3. The 4200 Controller – Feniex’s 4200 Controller is the most advanced controller in the warning industry. It is designed with 18 buttons, each with LED backlighting for maximum visibility, day or night. Universal connectivity is a feature of interest for the 4200, as it can be used to control any device in the warning industry. Installation and setup are simple, and the 4200 can be tied to eight programmable inputs and 30 programmable outputs. A traffic display advisor comes with the 4200, complete with an eight-output controller. To finish it off, the 4200 comes with a three position slide switch and tactile push buttons for optimal feedback.
No controller is complete if it can’t be controlled as well. The 4200 can be configured using Feniex’s downloadable software, allowing fleet managers to quickly set up their sirens without moving from vehicle to vehicle. The 4200 is packaged with a Bluetooth module that extends control coverage. With it, police, fire, and rescue personnel can activate controls remotely.
Feniex’s lighting, siren, and controller hardware represent the best the industry can produce. It wasn’t always that way, given the company’s challenging beginnings. But after being tested early on, Feniex has proven that they here to stay. More Info⇩