Tactical Communication Kits
Delaware County ARES-RACES maintains a total of 17 Tactical Communication (TAC-COM) Kits for conducting field operations. Each kit is housed in rugged waterproof Pelican cases to withstand the most challenging environmental conditions. The kits are equipped with state-of-the-art radio transceivers, battery systems, microcomputers and antennas to permit voice and data communications to be conducted from the field on HF, VHF, UHF and microwave Amateur Radio frequencies.
Manuals - Go Kit
|Bioenno Power BLF-1220A LiFePO4 Battery Material Safety Data Sheet.pdf||1||2020-12-26 18:05|
|Bioenno Power BLF-1220A LiFePO4 Battery User Manual.pdf||1||2020-12-26 18:03|
|Diamond Antenna NR770HNMO 2m-70cm Dual Band Antenna Operating Instructions.pdf||1||2020-12-26 18:31|
|Pelican 1550 Case Information Sheet.pdf||1||2020-12-26 18:07|
|Samlex Power SEC-1212 SEC-1223 Power Supply Owner Manual.pdf||1||2020-12-27 14:51|
Overview of the Go Kit components and how to organize.
Putting together Go Kits at Delaware County Emergency Services building in Media
Customized Go Kit with external speaker, OpenSpot 3 digital radio hotspot and Raspberry Pi running Ham Pi.