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[edit] Equipment

Draft radio equipment procedures:

[edit] Check Out

  • Use equipment sign out sheet
  • Test hand held radios
    •  ? how to test ?

[edit] After Incident

  • recharge all handheld radio batteries
    • batteries can be charged separately or while attached to handheld
    • handhelds must be turned off
    • place new radios/batteries in round holders
    • place old radios/batteries in square holders
    • light should be red
    • flashing red means problem
    • light is solid green (not flashing) when completely charged
    • recharge takes about 3? hours
      • (type 2 & 3 batteries: 1 hour)
  • Test equipment
    • should we test equipment before returning it into service?
    • note any problems and report to Equipment Manager


[edit] Routine Maintenance

? What things should be done regularly, e.g. once a month?

The radio batteries need to be recharged regularly. They loose approximately 2% of their charge every day.


[edit] Inventory

[edit] VHF inventory

  • retired 2011 - discarded
    • 3 Motorola MT1000 portable radios (16 channel VHF) labelled as type 1
      • each with leather holster
      • each with 2 Motorola NTN5447B NiCad batteries
      • each with with Motorola NT4633B charger
      • serial numbers:
        • 751PQG1004-5 Radio #01, Battery #01, Battery #07
        • 751PQG1001-5 Radio #02, Battery #02, Battery #08
        • 751PQG1005-5 Radio #03, Battery #03, Battery #09


3 Motorola HT750 portable radios (16 channel VHF) - type 2 (green)

  • each with 1 Motorola HMN9053B RSM (Remote Speaker/Microphone)
    • one broken, needs replacement
  • each with 2 Motolora HNN9008AR NiMH/High Capacity batteries
    • retired <2011 Battery #04, Battery #05, Battery #06, Battery #10, Battery #11, Battery #12
    • replacement batteries purchased <2011
      • ALL-TRA BATTERY, 1902 - 3rd Ave S, Lethbridge, T1J 0L6, 403-328-3333
      • 2 with green 'ex+cel batteries' label, Battery #21, Battery #22
      • 2 with black 'PowerProducts' BP9009 label, Battery #23, Battery #24
      • 1 unable to remove from radio #04, Battery #25
      • 1 unable to remove from radio #06, Battery #26
  • each with with Motorola HTN9000B charger
  • serial numbers:
    • AS/N 672TZY9808 Radio #05
    • Radio #06, Radio #07
      • AS/N 672TZY9802
      • AS/N 672TZY9804


3 Motorola Radius CP200 portable radios (16 channel VHF) - type 3 (yellow)

  • model #: AAH50KDC9AA2AN
  • each with 1 Motorola HMN9030A (Remote Speaker/Microphone)
  • each with 2 Motolora NN2N4497AR 401 CZAK lithium ion batteries
    • Battery #15, Battery #16, Battery #17, Battery #18, Battery #19, Battery #20
  • each with with charger
    • model WPLN4137AR 3156MTK03
  • serial numbers:
    • 018TDLC328 Radio #07
    • 018TDLC340 Radio #08
    • 018TDLC494 Radio #09


3 Vertex Standard portable radios (16 channel VHF) - type 4 (red)

  • model #: VX-231-AD0B-5
  • each with 1 GPS mic (Remote Speaker/Microphone)
  • each with 2 lithium ion batteries
    • model FNB-V103-LI
    • Battery #27, Battery #28, Battery #29, Battery #30, Battery #31, Battery #32
  • each with charger
    • model CD-34
  • serial numbers:
    • 1C340488 Radio #10
    • 1C340612 Radio #11
    • 1E323691 Radio #12


  • vehicle (mobile) radio:
    • 2 seat mounted
      • serial numbers:
      • ...3632 Radio #13
      • ...3629 Radio #14
    • 1 Tait 24 Channel VHF mobile radio Radio #15
      • part number: T2015V-313-A00
      • serial number: ? ES/N 622232
      • mounted in SAR CAR

[edit] FRS inventory

All Motorola Talk About Model T5725

  • FRS 01
  • FRS 03
    • 2012-02-11 Used to be two labeled '03. One relabeled '13'.
  • FRS 04
  • FRS 08
  • FRS 09
  • FRS 10
  • FRS 13
    • 2012-02-11 relabeled. Used to be one of two labeled '03'.

[edit] Labels

See PCSAR DOC-111 Radio Equipment Labels.

[edit] Channels

See Channels.

[edit] How to Use

  • To put the HT750 on Scan, push the button above the transmit button. To take it off scan, push it again.
  • To put the MT1000 on Scan, push the toggle towards the antenna.

[edit] Operations

See:

[edit] External resources

[edit] Training

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