Emergency Communication Cases

Homeland Advisory Group - Emergency Communications Case

Homeland Advisory Group - Emergency Communications Case

One of the largest school districts in Los Angeles County, needed a turn-key Emergency Communication solution for their Emergency Management Department.  They knew they needed a mobile, durable and element resistant system to deploy for emergency situations, such as a shooting or natural disaster.  They turned to Homeland Advisory Group to provide them the ideal solution.

Homeland Advisory Group decided on a Pelican iM2720 case with a complete integration of components. The case consisted of:

  1. 6-GANG MOTOROLA CHARGER
  2. CUSTOM FOAM/PLEXIGLASS/METAL INTERIOR
  3. FLUSH-MOUNT POWER INLET
  4. AUTOMATIC COOLING FAN w/ GUARD & FILTER
  5. POWER CONNECTION JUNCTION BOX
  6. ILLUMINATED ON/OFF SWITCH
  7. POWER SUPPLY CORD
  8. CUSTOM CUT ANTENNA SLIPS

The communications equipment selected for the case is Motorola; however, the exact specifications is kept confidential for security reasons.

Homeland Advisory Group - Emergency Communications Case

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Homeland Advisory Group - Emergency Communications Case

Homeland Advisory Group - Emergency Communications Case

Homeland Advisory Group - Emergency Communications Case

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5 Responses to Emergency Communication Cases

  1. Kibbee says:

    These look sweet!

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  3. Jim Coyne says:

    What does something like this pelical case system cost? We could probably use this type of solution for our 800mhz portables.

    Jim

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