Toyota Hi-Ace Ambulances

The whole installation in the ambulance is connected to an insurance box which is located in the patient’s cabinet. There is a system in this box in order to take precautions against leakage current and control the current circuit.

Toyota Hi-Ace Ambulances

Toyota Hi-Ace Ambulances

Toyota Hi-Ace Ambulances come equipped with all the necessary tools to handle emergency situations and transport patients. The ambulance cabinet features left, right, and ceiling coverings designed according to En1789 norms. It can be manufactured with diesel or gasoline engines, and includes hot and cold air-conditioning for use in various climates. The ambulance body is constructed from a single piece of ABS material.


Electrical System

An inverter device equips the ambulance to provide 220v electricity, compliant with ISO 67221 standards. Cable connectors and sockets meet EN ISO 8092-1, EN ISO 8092-3, EN ISO 8092-4 norms. An additional 180 Ah battery powers medical devices, with a rectifier device located under the passenger seat for recharging. The ambulance batteries can be charged via a 220v input socket, allowing medical device usage even when the vehicle is stationary.


Electric Panel

An insurance box in the patient’s cabinet protects against leakage current. A master key located in the driver’s compartment controls the entire electrical system, automatically shutting off after 30 minutes of inactivity. A touch panel system controls lighting, air-conditioning, and heating. A cooling fan prevents overheating.


Ambulance Cupboard System

Cupboards are made from 3mm foamboard covered in PVC, fireproof and compliant with 95/28/EC norms. A long cupboard holds medical equipment, with each device having its own electric socket. An oxygen outlet socket is also provided.


Front Cabinet System

Cabinets for medical supplies are located in front of the patient cabinet partition. They are customizable in height, depth, and width. Cabinets feature a rail system and a safe lock mechanism.



The drawers feature a special lock system that prevents opening while in motion, along with mechanisms to prevent noise and vibration.

A workbench with antibacterial properties facilitates preparation of medical materials.


Cabin Lighting

Ceiling lamps with LED systems include a stimulant system and warning voices, controlled from the driver’s compartment.

When the back door opens, it automatically activates the rear LED lamps.


Rear Area Lighting

Rear LED lighting activates if there is insufficient light in the patient area, turning on after 10 seconds of the back door being open.


Digital Electric Panel

12v and 220v sockets allow for easy use of medical devices, with the ability to power devices up to 200w.



A diesel or aqueous heater under the medical device cabinet operates independently from the vehicle’s engine, with its own thermostat.


External Lighting

The driver controls blue lateral lamps, which synchronize with the headlamps, from the driver’s compartment.


Inverter System

The ambulance converts 12v DC from the vehicle’s battery to alternative energy, supplying four sockets in the cabin.


Rectifier System

In the event of prolonged vehicle inactivity, it converts 220v energy to 12v DC for charging the battery.


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