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1 This document contains data whose export/transfer/disclosure is restricted by U.S. law. Dissemination to non-U.S. persons whether in the United States or abroad requires an export license or other authorization. 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 1

2 AFATDS Mobile Tactical Shelter Power Management 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1

3 Objectives Describe the Components of the MTS Power and Distribution System Describe the Three Options for Powering the MTS Describe the Electric Circuits inside the MTS 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 3

4 POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 4

5 Power Entry Panel (PEP) 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 5 The PEP provides a NATO slave cable connector that allows external generator power to be applied to the shelter. The shelter grounding screw is located below the slave receptacle The water-resistant cover (shown rolled) is held in place by magnets inside the outer seam of the cover.

6 External Power Cables 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 6 Generator power cables - issued 1 per shelter

7 External Power Cables 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 7 Generator pig tail cable – with aftermarket AC adapter plug (not issued) Plugs into an AC receptacle and can be attached to the generator extension cable and into the shelter (PEP) 15 A / 125 V

8 Battery Compartment 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 8 The battery compartment contains MTS power components: 1.Two batteries that power the shelter when external power is not available. 2.The Outback power inverter. The Outback performs two functions : A.Conditions incoming AC power to ensure a clean, uniform power source B.Converts input 24V DC power to 110V AC power when operating from the MTS batteries or the vehicles alternator 3.The Battery Charger Controller

9 Battery Compartment (Inside) 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 9 Outback (Inverter): 1.With vehicle running: converts 24V DC power from the vehicle alternator to conditioned AC power for the MTS PCC, AC1 and AC2 circuits and the AC unit 2.With vehicle not running: converts 24V DC power from the MTS batteries to conditioned AC power for the MTS PCC, AC1 and AC2 circuits and the AC unit 3.With external AC generator power supplied: conditions input 110V AC power for the MTS PCC, AC1 and AC2 circuits and the AC unit

10 Battery Compartment (Inside) 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 10 Battery Charger Controller: 1.Automatically combines multiple batteries (the MTS and vehicle power) when charging sources are available. 2.Automatically disconnects the vehicle battery from system loads when there is no active charging source. This ensures that the vehicle battery is not discharged.

11 Remote Display 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 11 AC IN hotkey: displays first of four AC hot screens INV hotkey: displays FX inverter control screen Yellow LED indicating status of AC power Green LED indicating status of DC power from the inverter Softkeys: Control menu displayed above the key START ASSIST, when pressed, provides 10 seconds of MTS battery power to the HMMWV in the event HMMWV batteries are unable to start the vehicle

12 AC IN Key: AC INPUT CONTROL 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 12 The AC INPUT CONTROL is the first screen displayed by pushing the AC IN hotkey. The display should read currently: USE (#1). If not, press the key below the USE menu (#2). 1 2

13 AC IN Key: GEN START CONTROLLER 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 13 This is the second screen displayed by pushing the AC IN hokey. This function is not used by the MTS power system.

14 AC IN Key: CHARGER CONTROL 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 14 The CHARGER CONTROL enables automatic battery charging, silent, and re-float when an AC input source is connected. The display should read currently: AUTO (#1). If not, press the key below the AUTO menu (#2). 1 2

15 AC IN Key: CHARGER MODE CONTROL 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 15 The CHARGER MODE CONTROL enables the remote display to control battery charging. The menu will display global charger mode. The operator should not attempt to change any settings on this menu. Press OK to return to the main screen.

16 INV Key: INVERTER CONTROL 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 16 This screen displays the current setting of the Outback. The status should read currently: ON (#1). If not, press the key below the ON menu (#2). If the status is OFF the Outback will not operate. 1 2

17 If the Outback is off the following circuits are still available The PCC power circuit provides power(from the MTS batteries or and the vehicle power system (if the vehicle is running)) The shelter DC power (operating the lights and fans Radio DC power circuit 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 17

18 MAIN menu 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 18 The operator can access the current status of the battery system from the main menu by pressing the button under the SUM menu (#1) 1

19 Summary 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 19 The summary displays the following: Activity: Support, Pass Thru or Charging Support: Internal battery draw AC Load: the load on the electrical system in watts Buying: the externally supplied power in watts Pressing either hotkey and OK returns the display to the main menu.

20 Warning The Remote Display has a number of menus and functions not covered in this class Operators must not make changes to any menu not described in these classes Failure to follow this warning will result in power failures within the MTS 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 20

21 Power Distribution Panel 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 21 The Power Distribution Unit (PDU) acts as a hub that distributes power to equipment via the raceways inside the shelter. The PDU provides circuit breakers that control power to any circuit or combinations of circuits

22 Circuit Breaker Mapping: CB1 – CB8 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 22 Circuit BreakerControls: CB1Breaks incoming power from the MTS battery CB2Breaks all power to the shelter interior; Outback is still powered CB3Breaks DC power output to the PCC CB4Breaks DC power output to the SINCGARS 1 outlet on the Front Wall AC/DC Power Race CB5Breaks DC power output to the SINCGARS 2 outlet on the Front Wall AC/DC Power Race CB6Breaks DC power output to the SINCGARS 3 outlet on the Front Wall AC/DC Power Race CB7Breaks DC power output to the SINCGARS 4 outlet on the Front Wall AC/DC Power Race CB8Breaks DC power output to the EPLRS 1 outlet on the Front Wall AC/DC Power Race

23 Circuit Breaker Mapping: CB9 – CB19 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 23 Circuit BreakerControls: CB9Breaks DC power output to the EPLRS 2 outlet on the Front Wall AC/DC Power Race CB10Breaks power to the internal MTS lighting CB11Breaks power to the MTS ventilation fans CB12Breaks input power from an external AC power source CB13Breaks input power from the power inverter (main AC power to shelter) CB14Breaks AC power to the PCC CB15Breaks AC power from the PCC CB16Breaks output power to the AC1 outlets throughout the MTS CB17Breaks output power to the AC2 outlets throughout the MTS CB18Breaks output power to the Air Conditioner CB19Breaks input power from the HMMWV batteries

24 Power Conditioner/Converter 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 24 The Power Conditioner/Converter 1.Receives incoming AC power from the Outback and outputs conditioned AC power to the PCC circuit 2.Or, receives DC power from the HMMWV or MTS batteries controlled by the battery charger controller and outputs conditioned AC power to the PCC circuit

25 DESCRIBE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUITS INSIDE THE MTS 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 25

26 Internal MTS Power 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 26 MTS batteries provide power that is monitored by the Power Supply (Inverter) 1 The Inverter converts 24V DC power to 110V AC 2 110V AC to CB13 110V AC from CB14 PCC Circuit AC1 Circuit AC2 Circuit 110V AC via CB15 110V AC via CB16 110V AC via CB17

27 External HMMWV Power 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 27 Vehicle alternator charges HMMWV system with 24V DC power 1 Battery Charger Controller links HMMWV power to the MTS 2 The Inverter converts 24V DC power to 110V AC 3 CB19 110V AC to CB13 110V AC from CB14 PCC Circuit AC1 Circuit AC2 Circuit 110V AC via CB15 110V AC via CB16 110V AC via CB17

28 Incoming Power: Generator 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 28 BCC provides connection from MTS to the vehicle to charge batteries The Inverter conditions incoming power 115V AC to CB12 115V AC from generator V AC to CB13 110V AC from CB14 PCC Circuit AC1 Circuit AC2 Circuit 110V AC via CB15 110V AC via CB16 110V AC via CB17

29 Internal Power Circuits 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 29 PCC AC POWER RACES AND OUTLETS AC1 POWER RACES AND OUTLETS AC2 POWER RACES AND OUTLETS 110V AC from CB AC from PCC via CB15 24V DC from CB4 24V DC from CB5 24V DC from CB6 24V DC from CB7 24V DC from CB8 110V AC from CB16 24V DC from CB9 DC TO SINCGARS 1 DC TO SINCGARS 2 DC TO SINCGARS 3 DC TO SINCGARS 4 DC TO EPLRS 1 DC TO EPLRS 2 110V AC from CB18 MTS LIGHTS 24V DC from CB10

30 110V AC OUTLETS PCC outlets – Provide conditioned power from the AFATDS PCC These are the preferred outlets for the AFATDS computers AC1 – Provides power from AC source to one of two circuits powered by the Inverter This circuit is not available if the Inverter fails AC2 – Provides power from AC source to one of two circuits powered by the Inverter This circuit is not available if the Inverter fails 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 30

31 Degraded Power Operations 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT( Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 31 AC1 Circuit AC2 Circuit No Input PCC Circuit 110V AC via CB15 Vehicle alternator charges HMMWV system with 24V DC power 1 Battery Charger Controller links HMMWV power to the MTS 2 CB19

32 What is lost in Degraded Power Operations? AC1 power circuit AC2 power circuit Air Conditioning unit operated from a separate circuit controlled via CB18 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 32

33 Summary Describe the Components of the MTS Power and Distribution System Describe the Three Options for Powering the MTS Describe the Electric Circuits inside the MTS 24 Oct _MTS_PWR_MANAGEMENT(Rev7).pptx (UNCLASS-FOUO) Export Controlled - See Slide 1 33


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