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Test #00-009, Wireless Camera Test

DAMAGE CONTROL ENGINEERING TEST FACILITY

(DCETF)
NAVAL RESERVE CENTER, BALTIMORE
TEST DATA

TEST NUMBER: 00-009 DATE: 10/16/00
TEST TITLE: Wireless camera test
RESULTS: The wireless equipment was setup in the DCC area. The wireless camera was moved through out DCT, DCETF, and NRC building while being monitored in the DCC area. The results were very good. The helmet-cam was take up the third and second floor to all the way up front in the NRC building to outside in the DCETF with great result. There was only a couple of time the picture wasn’t very good, but if the receiver were moved in the hallway, the picture would return. One of the nice features of this system is the portable monitor that is power by 120V or rechargeable battery. This camera system should be take on aboard a Navy ship and test out more. STATUS: Completed – Phase 1
TEST TEAM: Creig Beck
EQUIPMENT NAME: Wireless camera and monitor equipment
EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER: Sage Technologies Limited
2500 Maryland Road, Suite 502
Willow Grove, PA 19090
PHONE: (800) 818-4215
AGENT: Wesley Sheridan
PHONE:
FAX: (215) 658-1168
DESCRIPTION OF TEST: The receiver/monitor was setup in the area of the DCC. The receiver was plug into 120V outlet it can also work on battery power. The receiver was connecting to a VRC to record the test. The wireless camera was mounted on a FF helmet and was moved through out DCT, DCETF, and NRC building while being monitored in the DCC area The camera was able to monitor most of all the movement of test personnel while moving through the DCT, NRC building, and outside in the DCETF with the exception of compartment B2 and some areas in the NRC such as the CO office.