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Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department / DPC Conversion


Client Name: Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department
County: Charles County
State: Maryland
Year: 2009
Manufacturer: DPC
Warning Lights: (4) Whelen M4 Series red/clear Super-LED lights mounted in the grille. (2) Whelen M4 Series red/clear Super-LED lights on the front quarter panels. (3) 36" Sho-Me LED strip lights in the rear cargo area, one each side and one in the rear hatch. (1) Whelen LFL Liberty SX Series LED lightbar which features an LED Traffic Advisor on the rear. (1) GTT 795H LED, infrared Opticom emitter integrated in the lightbar (6) Whelen OS Series LED lights across the bottom edge of the rear hatch with two red outer lights, clear in the middle, and the two innermost lights are amber. Whelen Vertex Hideaway LED lights located in the rear taillight modules (backup, tail, and brake lights - all clear), front headlights (clear), and fog lights (red).
Audible Warning: Whelen Howler electronic siren and speaker system, and a Powercall Adam-6 electronic siren coupled with a Powercall 200-watt siren speaker.
Center Console: Between the front seats is a custom-fabricated center console that was sprayed with black LINE-X. Housed in the console is a Powercall Adam-6 electronic siren, Traffic Advisor controls, Bearcat scanner, TST Touch Tek 10 switch panel, Motorola Astro mobile radio, a pair of cup holders, and two (2) 12-volt outlets to power accessories.
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: http://www.waldorfvfd.com/
Additional Information: In the rear of the vehicle is a slide-out module mounted on Slide Master 500-pound slides. The unit features three different workstations, one on each side and the rear, all with similar setups. This includes a slide-out, tilt-up sketch board along with various storage compartments to hold items such as EMS supplies and an extinguisher. The top of the module contains custom-mounted hand tools, a two-way radio, and two (2) 12-volt outlets along with a digital clock. A provision on the right side allows for a plexiglass board to be hung that is used to attach accountability tags. On the left rear corner of the module is a storage area for one (1) SCBA and turnout gear. Below that is a slide-out tray that can be used as a work tray / laptop stand.


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Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department / DPC Conversion

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DPC Emergency Equipment
Phone: (302) 492-1245
Website: https://dpcemergency.com
335 Strauss Avenue
Marydel, DE 19964

Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department / DPC Conversion

Client Name: Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department
County: Charles County
State: Maryland
Year: 2009
Manufacturer: DPC
Warning Lights: (4) Whelen M4 Series red/clear Super-LED lights mounted in the grille. (2) Whelen M4 Series red/clear Super-LED lights on the front quarter panels. (3) 36" Sho-Me LED strip lights in the rear cargo area, one each side and one in the rear hatch. (1) Whelen LFL Liberty SX Series LED lightbar which features an LED Traffic Advisor on the rear. (1) GTT 795H LED, infrared Opticom emitter integrated in the lightbar (6) Whelen OS Series LED lights across the bottom edge of the rear hatch with two red outer lights, clear in the middle, and the two innermost lights are amber. Whelen Vertex Hideaway LED lights located in the rear taillight modules (backup, tail, and brake lights - all clear), front headlights (clear), and fog lights (red).
Audible Warning: Whelen Howler electronic siren and speaker system, and a Powercall Adam-6 electronic siren coupled with a Powercall 200-watt siren speaker.
Center Console: Between the front seats is a custom-fabricated center console that was sprayed with black LINE-X. Housed in the console is a Powercall Adam-6 electronic siren, Traffic Advisor controls, Bearcat scanner, TST Touch Tek 10 switch panel, Motorola Astro mobile radio, a pair of cup holders, and two (2) 12-volt outlets to power accessories.
Sales Person: Mike Heston
Link: http://www.waldorfvfd.com/
Additional Information: In the rear of the vehicle is a slide-out module mounted on Slide Master 500-pound slides. The unit features three different workstations, one on each side and the rear, all with similar setups. This includes a slide-out, tilt-up sketch board along with various storage compartments to hold items such as EMS supplies and an extinguisher. The top of the module contains custom-mounted hand tools, a two-way radio, and two (2) 12-volt outlets along with a digital clock. A provision on the right side allows for a plexiglass board to be hung that is used to attach accountability tags. On the left rear corner of the module is a storage area for one (1) SCBA and turnout gear. Below that is a slide-out tray that can be used as a work tray / laptop stand.