Presentation on theme: "Scott Electronic Management System"— Presentation transcript:
1 Scott Electronic Management System SEMSScott Electronic Management System
2 Objectives Know the primary functions of SEMS Identify SEMS components Demonstrate the operation of the SEMS PDA Portable UnitDemonstrate the operation of the SEMS PDR Base Station
3 SEMS Primary Functions Personal Alert Safety System (PASS)Firefighter AccountabilityTrack current SCBA air suppliesMonitor the status of firefighters using air packsElectronic CommunicationsTransmit PASS alarm activation to ReceiverTransmit Withdrawal signal to ReceiverTransmit Evacuation signal to the SEMS consoleTerminology does not match Zone 3 trainingTrue meaning is ABANDONMENT
4 SEMS Components Scott NXG2 Air Pack SEMS PDR Base Station SEMS PDA Portable Unit (Console)Computer ModuleLocated behind bottleControls all pack electronics to include the PASSBattery CompartmentSEMS PDR Base Station
5 SEMS PDA Portable Unit – Components Analog Pressure GaugeDigital read-outInformation CenterYellow buttonReset/AcknowledgeBlue ButtonWithdrawal transmissionRed buttonManual PASS activation
6 SEMS PDR Base Station – Command Unit SEMS Base StationCommand Center Power SwitchTurns on/off all electrical systems in the rear of the Battalion 81Computer MonitorsTouch ScreenRegular ScreenThe computer screen is only a visual aid. Commands can only be sent and received through the base station unit.
7 SEMS PDR Base Station - Components Power ButtonTurns on/off Base StationMenu ButtonContains 7 itemsClear ButtonNo on (Y/N) questionsAcknowledge ButtonYes on (Y/N) questionsScroll ButtonScrolls up/down on base station displayEVAC ButtonTransmits Abandonment signal to operating SCBA’sDigital Display WindowDisplays SEMS informationAlarm LightVisual Alarm warning
8 SEMS PDR Base Station - Components Menu ItemsClear Reject ListRemoves rejected packs from the databaseSet ClockSets time/date on the base stationRequest LogonForced request of LogonRequest PARForced update of informationIdentify Base UnitDisplays Base Station ID informationSet DisplayAdjust the display on the base stationClear up PU DatabaseRemoves all active portable units from the database
9 SEMS PDR Base Station – Computer Display Department IDApparatus IDSeat PositionAir PressureTime Pack is OnPack StatusRange Indicator
10 SEMS Additional Information – PDU Location EngineOfficer #1Officer’s SeatDriver #2In the bracket nearest the driver’s side rear doorHydrantman #3Seat behind the officerNozzleman #4Seat behind the driverAid CarOfficer #1Pack should be located in the top bracketDriver #2Should be located in the lower bracket
11 SEMS Operation – Startup PDR Base Station Press and hold the power buttonBase station will initializetakes approximately 10 secondsBase station is ready to operate when the clock appears
12 SEMS Operation – Startup PDA Portable Unit SEMS PDA Portable unit activates when SCBA is turned onUnit will sound 3 chirps to indicate activationStart-up sequence takes approximately 10 secondsConsole displays “<<<<“ until logged onto a base stationConsole flashes a green light to show normal operation
13 SEMS Operation – Initialization SEMS PDUSends an initialization signalIndicated by “<<<<“ flashing on the consoleOnce a Base station is found, console will display “<< “After Base Station Acknowledges the logon, the console display will be blank.
14 SEMS Operation – Initialization SEMS PDRReceives PDU initialization signalPDR Displays “Request Logon? (Y/N)”Acknowledge PDU:Press and Hold “ACK” to monitorPDU unit will be logged onPDR will display “Truck? (Y/N)”ACK: Logon all units from that apparatusClear: Logon that specific unit only.Press and Hold “CLEAR” to send a unit to the Reject List
15 SEMS Operation – Range SEMS PDU SEMS PDR Works within ½ mile line of sight of PDR base stationMove out of range, “RNGE” displays on the consoleLow pressure audible alarm sounds to alert the userWill automatically re-logon when unit is in rangeSEMS PDRRange displays on Base station indicating the unit that is out of rangeComputer display – Range turns from green to red
16 SEMS Operation – Air Cylinder Pressure SEMS PDUPress and hold yellow button to check pressureDisplayed to nearest 100 psigAt 2250 psig, Console displays, “½ Air”At 1150 psig, Console displays, “Low Air”Low Air signal is transmitted to PDR within 10 secondsSEMS PDRMonitors air pack cylinder pressuresLow Air signal warningMust press and hold “ACK” to acknowledge the low pressure warningLow Air is displayed on the monitor for that unit
17 SEMS Operation – Distress Alarm (PASS) SEMS PDUActivation:Manual: Press the Red button for 2 secondsAutomatic: No motion for 30 secondsTransmits to the PDR 10 seconds after activation“PASS” displays on the console when the base station operator acknowledges the signalPASS continues to alarm until the user shuts off the respirator or resets the PASS devisePASS alarm overrides all other transmissions
18 SEMS Operation – Distress Alarm (PASS) SEMS PDRReceives distress alarmDisplays “PASS” on screenMust press ACK to acknowledge PASS activationDisplays “FF DOWN” after acknowledgementIf transmission is reset, “RESET” is displayedPress ACK to acknowledge the resetDisplay returns to normal operationPASS Alarm overrides all other alarms
19 SEMS Operation – Withdrawal SEMS PDUPress and hold the blue button until an audible chirp is heardChirp indicates a transmission is sent“W-D” displays on the console when the base station operator acknowledges the transmission“W-D” is displayed until the console is reset or the respirator is shutdown.
20 SEMS Operation – Withdrawal SEMS PDRReceives withdrawal signalDisplay shows “Withdrawal”Press ACK to acknowledge transmissionDisplay shows “Withdrawing”If transmission is reset, “RESET” is displayedPress ACK to acknowledge the resetDisplay returns to normal operation
21 SEMS Operation – Evacuation SEMS PDUReceives EVAC signal“EVAC” displays on consoleAlert tone soundsDouble Click yellow button to acknowledge EVAC signalAudible chirp is heard when acknowledgment is sentUser must leave the IDLH atmosphere immediatelyTo reset unit, pack must be completely shutdownUnit cannot be reset by using the reset buttonPASS overrides EVACIf reset, returns to EVAC signal
22 SEMS Operation – Evacuation SEMS PDRPress and Hold the EVAC button for 2 secondsDisplays “EVAC ALL?”ACK if yes, EVAC signal sent to all unitsClear if No, Next displays “EVAC BY TRUCK?”ACK if yes, EVAC all units for a selected apparatusSelect apparatus by using the scroll buttonsClear if No, Next displays “EVAC BY SELECTION”ACK if yes, EVAC units individuallySelect unit by using the scroll buttonsClear if No, EVAC is cancelled and returns to normal operation
23 SEMS Operation – Evacuation SEMS PDR (continued)EVAC TransmissionEVAC Sent – Display “EVAC”PDU received signal – Display “EVAC R’cved”PDU Acknowledges – Display “EVAC CONF”PDU Shuts down – Display “Evacuated”PASS Activation during EvacuationDisplays “EVAC PASS” until acknowledgedDisplays “EVAC FF DOWN” after acknowledgeIf PASS is reset, Returns to EVAC signal
24 SEMS Operation – Shutdown SEMS PDUTurn off the cylinder valveBleed air off the systemDouble click the yellow button to shut off the electronicsSEMS PDRReceives shutdown signalDisplays “Goodbye”Press ACK to acknowledge “Goodbye”This removes unit from the PDU databasePress and Hold On/Off button to shut off base stationAny unit that remains in the PDU database and Reject list when shut down, will continue to be in these lists when re-started
25 SEMS Information – Event Log SEMS Base Station logs all transmissions between the PDU and PDRInformation is stored in memoryInformation can be retrieved for training and/or incident review.Information Includes:DateTimeUnit InformationState (Transmission)Air pressureElapsed Pack Time
27 Summary SEMS Primary Functions Personal Alert Safety System Firefighter AccountabilityElectronic Communication
28 Summary - ContinuedShould understand the operation of the SEMS PDU Console.Automatically turns onYellow button is reset and acknowledgeRed button is manual PASS activationBlue button is WithdrawalDisplay shows:Pack status informationBase station communications
29 Summary - ContinuedShould understand the operation of the SEMS PDR Base Station.Turning the system onSending and receiving communicationsUnderstanding displayed information
30 Questions?Thank you for you time. Any questions, comments and/or concerns, please feel free to contact FF Richard Rock, FF Abel Craft, or FF Gordy Plett concerning the SEMS system.