There shall be two (2) antenna-mounting base(s) with coax cable and weatherproof cap provided for a two (2)-way radio.
The first mount shall be located on the cab roof just to the rear of the officer seat. The cable shall be routed to the seat box on the officer side with enough cable for customer to route to the instrument panel if needed.
Any additional mounts shall be located ONE (1) LOCATED ON THE OFFICERS SIDE CAB ROOF AND ONE (1) LOCATED ON THE DRIVERS SIDE CAB ROOF..
The cable shall be routed to the center dash board area under the access panel.
VIDEO SYSTEM, WITH INSTRUMENT PANEL DISPLAY
A video system with color rear view and color side view video cameras shall be provided. All cameras feature a built in microphone, activated with the camera.
Cameras shall be on the driver side of the cab activated with the left turn signal and passenger side of the cab activated with the right turn signal and at the rear of the vehicle, as close to center as possible, activated when the vehicle is put into reverse.
Images shall be displayed in the cab on the vehicle display provided. Audio from the active camera shall be via an amplified speaker with volume control on the instrument panel .
ELECTRICAL POWER CONTROL SYSTEM
The primary power distribution shall be located forward of the officer's seating position and be easily accessible while standing on the ground for simplified maintenance and troubleshooting. Additional electrical distribution centers shall be provided throughout the vehicle to house the vehicle's electrical power, circuit protection, and control components. The electrical distribution centers shall be located strategically throughout the vehicle to minimize wire length. For ease of maintenance, all electrical distribution centers shall be easily accessible. All distribution centers containing fuses, circuit breakers and/or relays shall be easily accessible.
Distribution centers located throughout the vehicle shall contain battery powered studs for supplying customer installed equipment thus providing a lower cost of ownership.
Circuit protection devices, which conform to SAE standards, shall be utilized to protect electrical circuits. All circuit protection devices shall be rated per NFPA requirements to prevent wire and component damage when subjected to extreme current overload. General protection circuit breakers shall be Type-I automatic reset (continuously resetting). When required, automotive type fuses shall be utilized to protect electronic equipment. Control relays and solenoid shall have a direct current rating of 125 percent of the maximum current for which the circuit is protected per NFPA.
SOLID-STATE CONTROL SYSTEM
A solid-state electronics based control system shall be utilized to achieve advanced operation and control of the vehicle components. A fully computerized vehicle network shall consist of electronic modules located near their point of use to reduce harness lengths and improve reliability. The control system shall comply with SAE J1939-11 recommended practices.
The solid-state control system shall operate as a master-slave system whereas the main control module instructs all other system components. The system shall contain patented software that maintains critical vehicle operations in the unlikely event of a main controller error. The system shall utilize a Real Time Operating System (RTOS) providing a lower cost of ownership.
For increased reliability and simplified use the control system modules shall include the following attributes:
Green LED indicator light for module power
Red LED indicator light for network communication stability status
Copies of all job-specific, computer network input and output (I/O) connections shall be provided with each chassis. The sheets shall indicate the function of each module connection point, circuit protection information (where applicable), wire numbers, wire colors and load management information.
All control system modules, with the exception of the main control module, shall contain on-board visual diagnostic LEDs that assist in troubleshooting. The LEDs shall be enclosed within the sealed, transparent module housing near the face of the module. One LED for each input or output shall be provided and shall illuminate whenever the respective input or output is active. Color-coded labels within the modules shall encompass the LEDs for ease of identification. The LED indicator lights shall provide point of use information for reduced troubleshooting time without the need for an additional computer.