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Posts: 1,376
Registered: December 2004
Location: Balto/Carroll, MD
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Fire Department Radio Equipment
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[Much more detail/hi res pics available upon request]

Extensive amount of fire department radio equipment has been obsoleted as a result of moving to trunked communications in both states and all three counties in which we operate.

We would like to sell these as a "lot" but will entertain offers for portions. This gear, not very long ago came to us at a cost of many thousands of dollars.
Because we are an "organization" we will have to obtain internal executive approval to consummate the transaction, this should not take long, we are not that big.

We believe that most of these radios operate on 33.94 & 33.92, some will be 33.90, there may be one or two that are on mutual aid 154.28.

We believe that they all work but can make no guarantees at this point, all were "in service" at the time they were replaced by 800 MHz trunked equipment.
We make no warranties or guarantees as to condition or functionality.

Antennas (with misc wiring/cables)
 2   800 mhz "pig tails"
 2   I believe 800 mhz, I believe 5” long
 1   Base loaded, not sure what band, believe 33 mhz.

Walkie Talkies
 2 Motorola HT1250, with battery
 1 Motorola HT1250, with battery & AC charger
 3 Motorola MT1000, with battery
 1 Motorola MT1000, with battery & AC charger
 1 Motorola MT1000-no battery
 1 Motorola HT750, with battery & AC charger

 4 batteries, appear to fit HT750 & HT 1250

 Motorola – used for fire comms in the cab
 GE – used for fire comms in the cab
 Misc- small approx 2”w x 5”l x 3” h

 3 Motorola CDM1250 Heads, I believe all have mics, could be VHF Lo & Hi, 1 may also be transmitter, not sure
 1 Motorola M1225 Head
 1 GE S550 Head & Mic
 1 Kenwood Head, Mic, & Speaker
 1 I500 Junction Box

Cell Phones - 2 formerly vehicle mounted Nextel phones, one with mount/charger, the other not

Misc - Harnesses & Wiring

Keywords: Motorola HT1250 MT1000 HT750 Heads Speakers


Registered: February 2007
Posts: 29
Comment Date: Fri January 29, 2010

If available still I would like a CDM1250 head. I don't think it matters which head I take but if possible I'd like the VHF Hi head.

Please PM to work further details out if interested.


Registered: December 2004
Location: Balto/Carroll, MD
Posts: 1376
Comment Date: Fri February 19, 2010


Please PM/personal mssg me if you have not already


Registered: December 2004
Location: Balto/Carroll, MD
Posts: 1376
Comment Date: Fri February 19, 2010

Whoever is, I cannot reply to you, this email account is not accepting mssgs no matter what address I send to you from.


Registered: December 2004
Location: Balto/Carroll, MD
Posts: 1376
Comment Date: Fri February 19, 2010

To all.

Hopefully we will wrap this up soon.We've had quite a challenging time due to weather and other factors since posting this. In the way of a clue, we have been running some medical calls with snowmobiles towing rescue trailers for the litter so this task hasn't been top of the list. Sorry.


Registered: April 2010
Posts: 22
Comment Date: Sat April 24, 2010

Do you have any Motorola HT1250 UHF available


Registered: January 2009
Location: Burlington, NC
Posts: 680
Comment Date: Mon March 14, 2011

are those VHF 1250s? High Band or Low?

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