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LOGIST ICS AND SUPPORT GEAR


COMMUNICATIONS CON-SPACE RESCUE COMMUNICATION KI T S


Con-Space Rescue Kits are configured for a team of rescuers to maintain hands free communication during a rescue operation. All systems are “full- duplex” which act exactly like a telephone but hands free. All systems can be used with any breathing apparatus, and are especially effective in high noise environments. Hardwire systems are completely portable, private, and work anywhere wireless systems don’t. Each Rescue Kit includes a Talk Box which is a speaker and microphone. Con-Space kits are also simple to use, lightweight, waterproof, chemical resistant, and intrinsically safe.


Key Features: Full Compliance to OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910.146 Permit Required Confined Spaces • Intrinsically Safe Approved Class I, II, III; Division 1 & 2, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, & G


RESCUE KIT 1P


The Con-Space Rescue Communication Kit 1P is configured for a team of 5 rescuers: 2 primary rescuers, 2 standby rescuers, and a team leader/attendant, for entries of 100 ft (maximum distance of 1500 ft). The system can be configured for up to 14 people using available modules and accessories.


1 - Command Module 1 - Power Talk Box


1 - Cable Splitter - Double w/Mute Switch 1 - Operator Headset - Single Speaker Sided 4 - Entrant Face Mask Rescue Set w/Universal Speaker 4 - Speaker Harness


4 - Cable Strain Relief w/Snap Hook 1 - Operator Extension Cable Mic/Mute 20’ 1 - Operator Extension Cable Mic/Mute 1’ 1 - 50’ Cable with Connectors 4 - 100’ Cable with Connectors 1 - CSI-2000 Carry Case 1 - Cable & Rope Coiler


1 - Cable Deployment Bag - Stores 100’ - 300’ Comm Cable Weight: 67 lbs (30.000 kg)


CE17014 RESCUE KIT 3


The Con-Space Rescue Communication Kit 3 is configured for a team of 3 rescuers: 2 entrants and 1 attendant for a 100 ft entry. Additional cable can increase entry distance up to 1500 ft.


1 - CSI-1100 Mini Module 1 - Talk Box


1 - Cable Splitter - Single


1 - Operator Headset - Single Speaker Sided 2 - Entrant Face Mask Rescue Set w/Universal Speaker 2 - Speaker Harness


2 - Cable Strain Relief w/Snap Hook 1 - Operator Extension Cable 10’ w/Mic Mute 1 - Operator Extension Cable 1’ Mic/Mute 2 - 100’ Cable with Connectors 1 - CSI-1000 Carry Case Weight: 56 lbs (25.410 kg)


CE17003 $4,450.00 $8,295.00 RESCUE KI T 5P


The Con-Space Rescue Communications Kit 5P is configured for a team of 6 rescuers: 2 primary rescuers, 2 standby rescuers, a hole watch, and incident commander, for entries of 100 ft (maximum distance of 1500 ft). The system can be configured for up to 14 people using available modules and accessories.


1 - CSI-2100 Command Module 1 - Power Talk Box 1 - Cable Splitter - Single


1 - Cable Splitter - Double w/Mute Switch 2 - Operator Headset - Single Speaker Sided


4 - Entrant Face Mask Rescue Set w/Universal Speaker 4 - Speaker Harness


4 - Cable Strain Relief w/Snap Hook 1 - Operator Extension Cable Mic/Mute 20’


Weight: 65 lbs (29.000 kg) CE17035


$9,360.00 1 - 1’ Cable w/Mic Mute


1 - Operator Extension Cable Mic/Mute 10’ 1 - 25’ Cable with Connectors 1 - 50’ Cable with Connectors 4 - 100’ Cable with Connectors 1 - CSI-2000 Carry Case 1 - Cable & Rope Coiler


1 - Cable Deployment Bag - Stores 100’ - 300’ Comm Cable


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