The command room features five workstations, each with 110-volt and 12-volt receptacles, CAT6, antenna pre-wire and a task chair. It also features two LCD TVs, overhead cabinets with dry erase surfaces, fiberglass walls and sound-absorbing headliner.
This radio/command room features its own exterior door and a pocket door for privacy. The work area has overhead storage cabinets with a dry erase surface and a mounted LCD TV. Also included are antenna connections, CAT6 wiring and outlets.
This control area features an electrical panel system that includes a custom combination 120-volt and 12-volt digital amp and volt meters. Internal wiring is easily accessed by using the conveniently located hinged access panel.
The vehicle has an electronics equipment rack located in the radio/command room, which has five adjustable shelves, two surge protection strips and an overhead cooling fan. The steel-mesh front lockable panel allows technicians to easily check on equipment.
This Communications Command trailer built by Mobile Concepts for NMDHSEM features an Onan diesel 8-kilowatt generator. The generator is in a sound-proof cabinet and features a 20-gallon fuel cell, remote start and ATS.
This Mobile Communications Command trailer, developed by Mobile Concepts, serves as a communications suite for the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (NMDHSEM) in Sandoval County.
It is one of two Public Safety Interoperability Communications (PSIC) Vehicles purchased by the agency, and is used during emergencies and large events.
The communications suites improve communication between state agencies and NMDHSEM, and serve as mobile dispatch centers to maintain continuous interoperability on all levels of response.
These remote communications trailers feature a forward radio/command room pre-wired for PBX phones, VHF/UHF, amateur, 800MHz, digital 2-way, CB and aircraft radios and over-the-air antennas.