XP25 NFPA Radio
XP25 Public Safety Radio
This is our target price is for the Echo911 XP25 NFPA Public Safety Radio that is currently under development and testing. The current NFPA standard for portable RF voice communications devices (RF devices) and remote speaker microphones (RSMs) for use by emergency services personnel (ESP) within the hazard zone is NFPA 1802. This standard was released January 2021. Currently NFPA is working on a replacement standard, which will be NFPA 1930. At this time NFPA 1930 is only a draft. Echo911's testing is being conducted to both NFPA 1802 standards, and draft NFPA 1930 standards. Echo911 is committed to releasing a radio that will meet current and future NFPA 1930 standards. ** Image to the left is our MP22 Public Safety Radio which the XP25 is based off of, actual XP25 image will be provided soon, but is almost identical to MP22.
Features include, but not limited to:
Intrinsically safe (IS)
Public Safety MCPTT
"All Band" - 3GPP MCPTT, VHF, UHF, P-25 (700/800).
Full 24 hour battery life in MCPTT mode.
Rapid Desktop Charger
Dual 256Bit Encryption, (MCPTT Mode)
GPS Location - Accurate within 3 feet (1m) 99% of the time
Over-The-Air Channel Programming
Crystal Clear Digital Audio.
NFPA 1802 Compliant
NFPA 1802 RSM included with purchase.
Ability to act as a repeater between communication methods, when connected to external antenna. "Mobile Tactical Repeater Mode".
Coverage You Can Count On
Echo911 McPTT Platform covers 99% of the United States and operates on a growing number of towers. Echo911 McPTT roams on 418,887 towers as of December 2022. Coverage you simply can't get with any other platform.
Echo911 also has roaming agreements in 170+ countries, true world wide coverage.
With advanced IMSI technology, Echo911 McPTT MP22 Radio automatically figures out the best network at all times based on real-time communication with 650+ networks. If one network goes down, it will find the next best network within seconds to avoid interruption.
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NFPA 1802 Testing Summary
Audio Speech Quality
A Perceptual Objective Listening Quality Analysis (POLQA) test is performed.
Heat and Immersion Leakage Resistance
Devices placed in a high-temperature test chamber, heated to 350ºF (177°C) for 15 minutes then immersed into 4.9ft (1.5m) of water at 72ºF (22ºC) for 15 minutes. Repeated 6 times then tested for speech quality, basic radio operation in hazard zone mode, and data logging.
Three devices (one exposed to 72ºF (22ºC), one exposed to -4ºF (-20ºC), one exposed to 160ºF (71ºC)), are dropped from 9.8ft (3m) 8 times onto concrete to impact each face, one corner, one edge then tested for speech quality and data logging.
Salt spray the devices for 48 hours. Then store the devices in 50% humidity for 48 hours then tested for speech quality. Display Surface Abrasion Abrasive pad to be rubbed on display with 2.2lb (1kg) load, for 200 cycles.
High Temperature Functionality
Devices placed in a chamber heated to 500ºF (260ºC) for 5 min then tested for speech quality and data logging.
Heat and Flame
Devices placed in a chamber and exposed to direct flame for 10 sec. Exterior of device/RSM (Housings, knobs, buttons, cables, display, etc) and data logging are evaluated.
Product Label Durability
Device product labels are examined after heat and immersion test, corrosion test, high temperature test.
A force of 35lbf (156N) applied in an axial direction to device wiring.
442lb (200kg) applied to the right, left, front, back sides of the device housing then tested for speech quality and data logging.
Water is introduced into all openings, indentations, and grills until water overflows. Speech and data logging is tested.
Devices are placed in a specified tumbling apparatus rotating at 15rpm for 3 hours. (2,700 tumbles)
TIA Transmit Power
Devices tested for carrier output and RF power output.
TIA Carrier Frequency Stability
Devices tested for frequency stability and operating frequency accuracy.
TIA Receiver Sensitivity
Devices tested for analog and digital reference sensitivity.
Power Source Performance
Devices continuously operated for at least 8 hours on standard duty cycle 10-10-80 at max rated transmit power.
Electronic Temperature Stress
Devices are operated after temperature exposure of -20°C for 4-hours, and +71°C for 4-hours.
Antenna VSWR Swept Frequency
Antenna performance must be maintained after Drop/Impact, Tumble and Corrosion tests.
Software Safety Features
Hazard Zone Mode
Device default powers up in hazard zone mode, minimum volume is 64dB, +0/-6 dB, and capable of two actions to
power off. Channel, talkgroup, talk path and other programmed voice announcements when in hazard zone mode and transitioning out of hazard zone mode are at a minimum of 82dBa.
Device self-checks on initial power up, periodic self-checks and self-diagnostics every 5 minutes. Device checks RSM connectivity, antenna connection, temperature exposure, battery level of at least 50%.
Device logs the 2000 most recent device actions/events and is downloadable by the emergency services organization.
Audible and Visual Alerts
Alerts during RSM connection failure, battery levels, emergency, self-check failure, over temperature, power cycle, connecting new bluetooth or wired accessory, out-of-range and loss of connection to a system.
LEDs and display backlights illuminate during emergency, connected RSM failure, internal over-temperature, outof-range, transmit and receive, bluetooth activity, self-check failure.