These 3 Command-RunnersⓇ were designed for Columbia County, Oregon Emergency Management Department
Columbia County, Oregon's Emergency Management Department received grant funding through Homeland Security for the purchase of three identical Command-Runners™. The purpose of these three units was to provide a platform for their in-field radio communications and allow for relocating of their Emergency Operations Center.
Columbia County provided their exact "wish list" of radios, amplifiers, antennas, and power components which we designed into the compact Pod, giving them a fully-functional mobile command center.
Command Board & Workstation - Lockable and weatherproof fold out desk-top with a clear, polycarbonate desk cover. Command board maps can slide under the clear cover, creating a convenient, waterproof location to map out important details.
Power Options - Shore (wall) power, generator and on board AGM battery. Power Control Module contains 400w inverter and DC battery conditioning controls. Two power outlet strips including (6) 120 VAC ports, (3) 12 volt DC ports, and (3) USB ports for charging various devices, such as cell phones, laptops and even a coffee pot.
Security – Lockable security compartment for personal items like phones, wallets, or firearms while on-scene
Lid Tie Downs – Adjustable tie down tracks and rings for storage and transport of a pop-up shelter and camp chairs.
Customer Requested Components-
- Variety of Antennas
- Headsets & Speakers
- Portable Antenna Tower Mast (stored on lid of pod)
- Custom Graphics