W2LIE.net: Bringing Long Island Scanning to Life

Submit your quote!
http://www.w2lie.net/sales
Sponsored By:
http://www.breakingnewsnetwork.com     http://www.scannermaster.com/?Click=6262
  http://www.monitorlongisland.com/advertise

Main Menu
Monthly Donations

Please help support this site
Donations will be used to cover monthly web space
Thank You !!


Premium Membership
You are not a Premium Member

Why not sign up today and take advantage of premium benefits?
Benefits include:
  • shopping discounts
  • Web Controlled Radio
  • Immediate Access to Archived Audio
  • Ad Free Browsing

Please Click here for more info

Welcome Guest
Username:

Password:


Remember me

[ ]
[ ]
[ ]
 Currently Online (17)
There are 11942 members
Newest member: Mahlie

 Last Visitors
 Members on Today: 5


 



Forums
W2LIE.net | Monitor Long Island, Inc. :: Forums :: Scanner Radio :: Long Island - Suffolk
Moderators: w2lie, Chieftaz, BobLandau, quint14, LI_Scan_Guy, cwerner, DecodeUp

Who is 5 41 0 ?

<< Previous thread | Next thread >>



Print View Posted: Tue Jan 03 2023, 06:23pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1150
Old Display Name: Dave
Premium Member Premium MemberJoined: Fri Mar 24 2006, 10:47pm

Heard something on aviation medevac talk group. Special patrol called to 5 41 0 and a woman answered as 5 41 0. I do not see anything for 5 41 0 listed here or any of the other sites I found that list Suffolk fire depts identifiers. Anyone know what dept. that is?




Back to top

Posted: Wed Jan 04 2023, 08:52pm
Posted by: Nawton!Posts: 258
Joined: Sat Jun 13 2009, 12:05pm

My old Scanner Master Guide says that it's Stony Brook University Hospital ambulance. I can't confirm though.
Back to top
Posted: Wed Jan 04 2023, 10:36pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1150
Old Display Name: Dave
Premium Member Premium MemberJoined: Fri Mar 24 2006, 10:47pm

That is correct as I was informed in a pm of the same. I am not sure why its not listed here on this site [link] and this site do not have it either [link]


Also not sure why its 5th division identifier when Stony Brook fire dept uses an 5A identifier. 5A-3-x Stony Brook


Would love to see a copy of those pages you have.
Back to top
Posted: Thu Jan 05 2023, 10:08am

Posted by: deviltimPosts: 131
Joined: Tue Jun 03 2008, 02:46pm

That’s stony brook amb, don’t know why they are numbered like that, the run a bus with north amityville Fd
Back to top
Posted: Tue Jan 10 2023, 03:44am
Posted by: nyscan00Posts: 40
Old Display Name: Liscan00
Joined: Wed May 24 2006, 10:16pm

Not sure why or how they came up with the 5-41 identifier but those identifiers are defiantly Stonybrook Hosp EMS. They run several ambulances throughout the county and you will commonly hear them identify as Medic units when talking with Medcom or local Fire Depts ( Medic 45, Medic 55, Medic 60 etc)

When they are communicating on their own TG to other SB ambulances or their dispatcher they use the 5-41-x identifier.
Back to top
Posted: Tue Jan 10 2023, 02:22pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 1150
Old Display Name: Dave
Premium Member Premium MemberJoined: Fri Mar 24 2006, 10:47pm

Do those guys use vhf / uhf at all or just the tg on the trunked system?
Back to top
Posted: Wed Jan 11 2023, 09:01pm
Posted by: nyscan00Posts: 40
Old Display Name: Liscan00
Joined: Wed May 24 2006, 10:16pm

The medic units have capabilities of vhf,uhf and 800 trunk. Depending on where they are operating or providing coverage for they can talk to individual departments on uhf / vhf. And obviously have capabilities on the TRS for Medcom, hospitals , Fres etc.
you will hear them identify themselves as Medic __ (assigned #)
Ie- Firecom, Medic 45 sig 2

[ Edited Wed Jan 11 2023, 09:04pm ]
Back to top
W2LIE.net Scanner Programming
 

Jump:     Back to top

Syndicate this thread: rss 0.92 Syndicate this thread: rss 2.0 Syndicate this thread: RDF
Powered by e107 Forum System






Link to w2lie.net
Click the sample image below for Link Codes




Advertisers

http://www.w2lie.net/apps/content/content.php?content.26

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.monitorlongisland.com/advertise

http://www.monitorlongisland.com/advertise

http://www.monitorlongisland.com/advertise

All original content is copyright 2005-2019, Monitor Long Island, Inc. All rights reserved.
The original content herein may not be used with out the express written consent of Monitor Long Island, Inc.

Live feeds may not be abused in any manner. Please read the Live Feed Terms of Service: [link]
e107 Disclaimer can be found here: [link]