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1

What does SCRT stand for?

Self-Contained Rescue Tool

2

What model is used by the LAFD?

BCT 3120 Combi-Tool

3

How is it powered?

Battery operated which means 0 emissions, can use indoors.

4

Is the SCRT intrinsically safe?

NO

5

The SCRT is powered by a _ volt DC Dewalt battery pack.

24

6

To turn on the unit you depress the on button and release. How do you shut the unit off?

Depress and hold down power button for 3 seconds.

7

The control handle which is of the dual dead man design is rotated right, what happens? When rotated left?

-Right: Increase the rpm of the electric motor and cause the spreader/cutter arms to OPEN.
-Left: Increase the rpm of the electric motor and cause the spreader/cutter arms to CLOSE.

8

What does the LAFD do with the 12 volt jumper cable connection point at end of control handle?

Nothing. Not used.

9

What is the maximum spreading travel?

10 1/2"

10

What is the maximum spreading force for back of tips?

11,690 pounds

11

What is the maximum spreading force for along arm?

35,970 pounds

12

What is the maximum cutting force in notch?

10,500 psi

13

What is the weight of the tool as a whole?

33 pounds

14

When the control handle is not turned for _ seconds, the motor will slow to "idle" speed to conserve battery power.

3

15

After _ seconds of non use the unit will shut off.

30

16

Before turning off the tool, close the spreader/cutter arms leaving how much space between the tips?

1/4"

17

The batteries have a _ cycle life and should last over _ years if stored and charged properly.

400-500, 2