Equipment Description (Cont)
1-44. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES
Handheld Radio Set. The vehicle is equipped with a set of four
two-way, FM handheld, 5 W, 150-174 MHz, Motorola Model M 1250 radios
and one cab mounted two-way, VHF, 40 Watt, Motorola CDM-1550, Model No.
AAM25KK59AA, 128 channel net base radio. The Net base is installed and
operational in personnel cab, with all electrical supply and antenna
provisions. The radio set is water and heat resistant with programmable
channel selection. Each handheld radio is provided with a base recharging
unit, which maintains battery charge.
Battery Charger/Air Compressor. One on-board combination battery
charger/air compressor is mounted on the TFFT to maintain electrical charge
for the chassis battery system and chassis air system. The charger/
compressor is wired to one Kussmaul auto eject mounted on driver's side of
vehicle and is provided, to operate specified 120 VAC circuits on vehicle
without use of the generator.
The specified 120 VAC circuits include the reciprocating saw battery charger
A shoreline receptacle is provided with a NEMA 5-20, 120 VAC, 20 amp,
straight blade Kussmaul Super auto eject plug with a weatherproof cover.
The cover is spring-loaded to close, preventing water from entering when the
shoreline is not connected. The unit is completely sealed to prevent road dirt
A solenoid wired to the vehicle's starter is energized when the engine is
started. This instantaneously drives the plug from the receptacle.
An internal switch arrangement is provided to disconnect the load prior to
ejections, eliminating arcing of connector contacts.
Cab Access Doors. The personnel cab doors and crew cab doors open to 90
from closed position to allow safe and fast access for crewmen in full MOPP
Cargo Door Locks. The personnel cab, crew cab doors, and access
compartments include keyed-alike locking latches flush with the body of the
Hose Bed Cover. An aluminum hose bed cover is furnished.