Portable Radios
Portable Radios
Wylie Fire Rescue will be using the following portable
radios starting March 28:
 APX 7000 Ruggedized ...
Portable Radios
 Fire Marshall’s APX 7000
and Fire Inspectors Radios
are equipped with AES
Encryption
* Radio Name ...
Non-Intrinsically Safe Radios
 Intrinsically Safe Radios are incapable
of releasing sufficient electrical or
thermal e...
APX 7000 APX 6000
APX 7000 APX 6000
APX 7000 APX 6000
APX 7000 APX 6000
APX 7000 APX 6000
APX 6000
APX 6000 Quick Reference
APX 6000 Quick Reference
APX 6000
Operations Radios
APX 6000
Display Configuration
 To display options such
as zone, scan, mute,
battery, info, and clock
press the right arrow. T...
Zone Toggle Switch
 The three main
operation zones can
be selected using the
zone toggle switch.
 Zone Order:
 A ...
Wylie Zones/Modes
Wylie Fire ~ Rescue Radio Template
Wylie Fire Rescue
(A) Wylie Fire Rescue- (B) Inter-op (C) Wylie Po...
Zone and channel
Announcement
 For Zones A, B and C
there is an audible
announcement
 Channel
announcement is set ...
Selecting Zones
 To select a zone through
the display follow this
procedure
1. Make sure portable
radio is on the ma...
EOC Zone Specifics
Emergency
Operation Center
1 WFR DISP
2 Fire Rescue Ops 4
3 Fire Rescue Ops 5
4 Wylie Fire Suppor...
Talk Around
 Wylie will not have a specific talk around channel
 For any direct use we will use 8TAC97D(Direct, Walkie...
Display
Explanation
•1st row= shows the zone that you’re
on
•2nd row= shows the channel that
you’re on
•3rd row= sho...
Call Alert
 Some portables are capable of
alerting stations through
Motorola call alert
 To alert the stations follo...
Emergency Button
 Emergency buttons are located
on the radio and lapel mic
 Emergency Button activation
on the radio...
Sigtronics
 Unlike previously
stated, we will be able
to outfit all vehicles
with Sigtronics
portable connectors.
Radio Holders
 Radio holders will be on
every fire apparatus
 Radios are to remain in
holders when not in use
 Thi...
Feel free to contact: A3
Employee
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Portable radios 2

Module 1 ppt
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Portable Radios
  • 2. Portable Radios Wylie Fire Rescue will be using the following portable radios starting March 28:  APX 7000 Ruggedized Dual Band 800/VHF (All Chiefs – Not Intrinsically Safe)  APX 6000 Ruggedized (Operations Positions)  XTS 5000 (EOC Operations, Special Events)
  • 3. Portable Radios  Fire Marshall’s APX 7000 and Fire Inspectors Radios are equipped with AES Encryption * Radio Name display indicates the radio is capable of encryption * Proceeding the channel name indicates the channel is programmed for encryption (FMO Channel Only)
  • 4. Non-Intrinsically Safe Radios  Intrinsically Safe Radios are incapable of releasing sufficient electrical or thermal energy under normal or abnormal operating conditions to cause ignition of a specific hazardous mixture and air  Our 8 Dual Band (800/VHF) full key pad radios for command positions are not intrinsically safe  Non-Intrinsically Safe Radios are marked with red on antennas  Radios that are not Intrinsically Safe, should never be used in a possible explosive environment!
  • 5. APX 7000 APX 6000
  • 6. APX 7000 APX 6000
  • 7. APX 7000 APX 6000
  • 8. APX 7000 APX 6000
  • 9. APX 7000 APX 6000
  • 10. APX 6000
  • 11. APX 6000 Quick Reference
  • 12. APX 6000 Quick Reference
  • 13. APX 6000 Operations Radios
  • 14. APX 6000
  • 15. Display Configuration  To display options such as zone, scan, mute, battery, info, and clock press the right arrow. To select an option, press button directly below it.  To go back to home screen, press and HOLD the home button.
  • 16. Zone Toggle Switch  The three main operation zones can be selected using the zone toggle switch.  Zone Order:  A - WFR  B – Inter-op  C –Wylie PD
  • 17. Wylie Zones/Modes Wylie Fire ~ Rescue Radio Template Wylie Fire Rescue (A) Wylie Fire Rescue- (B) Inter-op (C) Wylie Police- 1 WFR DISP 1 WFR DISP 1 WFR DISP 2 EMS 2 CC FIRE 2 DISP 3 OPS 3 3 CC Nevada Fire 3 OPS 1 4 OPS 4 4 Lucas Fire 1 4 OPS 2 5 OPS 5 5 Lucas Fire 2 5 OPS 3 6 8CALL97D 6 Lucas Fire 3 6 PD EVT 1 7 ADMIN 7 Lucas Fire Citywide 7 PD EVT 2 8 FMO* 8 Murphy Fire Disp 8 WYL CWEV 9 TRAINING 9 Murphy Fire Ops 1 9 Animal Control 10 SUPPORT 10 Murphy Fire Ops 2 10 8TAC95D 11 Fire Rescue Event 1 11 Parker Fire 1 11 PD INTOP 12 Fire Rescue Event 2 12 Parker Fire 2 12 13 Wylie Citywide Event 13 Sachse Fire Disp 01 13 14 FD INTOP 14 Sachse Fire FD 2 14 15 CC-WYLIE 15 15 16 WFR DISP 16 WFR DISP 16 WFR DISP FD INTOP is a common channel to all FD’s on the PAWM system
  • 18. Zone and channel Announcement  For Zones A, B and C there is an audible announcement  Channel announcement is set exclusively for Zone A ( WFR )  Fire Dispatch is set on channels 1 and 16 in all Zones
  • 19. Selecting Zones  To select a zone through the display follow this procedure 1. Make sure portable radio is on the main display screen 2. Select zone icon by pressing button below it. 3. Arrow up or down to desired zone 4. Pick SEL or select icon by pressing the button below the menu item 5. This will take you to the home screen, displaying the new zone. •Zone Order: •WFR •Interop •WPD •EOC •All remaining zones will be in alphabetical order
  • 20. EOC Zone Specifics Emergency Operation Center 1 WFR DISP 2 Fire Rescue Ops 4 3 Fire Rescue Ops 5 4 Wylie Fire Support 5 Wylie PD Disp 6 Wylie PD Ops 1* 7 Wylie PD Ops 2* 8 Wylie PD AC 1 9 Wylie Planning 10 Wylie Logistics 11 Wylie Finance 12 Wylie Public Works 13 8TAC97D 14 Wylie Citywide Event 15 CC-Wylie 16 WFR DISP •The EOC zone is designed to assist with city wide communications during a major incident •Some channels are specific just to the EOC zone. (Planning, Logistics, Finance, Wylie Public Works)
  • 21. Talk Around  Wylie will not have a specific talk around channel  For any direct use we will use 8TAC97D(Direct, Walkie Talkie)  This channel can be monitored by anyone. Please use proper radio etiquette  When you press PTT you will not receive an audible alert
  • 22. Display Explanation •1st row= shows the zone that you’re on •2nd row= shows the channel that you’re on •3rd row= shows the identification of your radio as well as those that key up on the same channel (Caller ID)
  • 23. Call Alert  Some portables are capable of alerting stations through Motorola call alert  To alert the stations follow these procedures:  Use the right arrow key to scroll down to the page option  Select page  scroll to select desired station to alert  Once station is highlighted, press PTT
  • 24. Emergency Button  Emergency buttons are located on the radio and lapel mic  Emergency Button activation on the radio has a 750 millisecond delay (less than a second) Hold it down  Instant on the lapel mic  When emergency button is depressed, five beeps will follow  All radio traffic from the portable in emergency mode will have priority  To reset emergency setting, press and hold emergency button until audible beep has ended
  • 25. Sigtronics  Unlike previously stated, we will be able to outfit all vehicles with Sigtronics portable connectors.
  • 26. Radio Holders  Radio holders will be on every fire apparatus  Radios are to remain in holders when not in use  This will be extremely important on the Medics and Brush Trucks
  • 27. Feel free to contact: A3
  • 28. Employee