Freq for in Cab Comm system in Fire Engines

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Ben96cal

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Anyone know off hand what frequency the in cab communications system for Pierces, Amer. laFrance, Beck etc use for their fire equipment? Would be interesting listening...
 
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It would probably depend on the brand of the system, not the truck.
I could not find anything on the "FireCom" site.
 

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Anyone know off hand what frequency the in cab communications system for Pierces, Amer. laFrance, Beck etc use for their fire equipment? Would be interesting listening...
In 99% of the situations, they are hard-wired systems. Wiring connects all the intercoms together with a central control box which also (optionally) interfaces to the truck's normal two-way radio.
 
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EarMark has 72 MHz and 900 MHz wireless models.

SetCom is 900 MHz ISM also,

Yes, most systems are wired.
 
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clanusb

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like everyone says...all hardwired. no scanning those things. most common systems are David-Clark and Sigtronics.
 
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