Mobile on-board power for electronic equipment in command and control vehicles
EMILY fuel cell recharges vehicle on-board batteries fully automatically, silently and non-detectable. EMILY also charges batteries off-vehicle as field charger.
By integrating the EMILY fuel cell generator into a vehi- cle, on-board batteries are automatically recharged on demand and maintained at the same time. Therefore, the use of conventional generators, including time-intensive maintenance, become unnecessary.
EMILY 3000 offers a power increase of 35 percent compa- red to its predecessor EMILY 2200, which has been suc- cessfully qualified and officially cleared for military usage by the Geman Armed Forces.
EMILY 3000 has also been designed to meet MIL-STD 810F and VG97010-2.
EMILY 3000 offers enhanced charging flexibility. Therefore it is possible to charge along with conventional batteries modern lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries.
EMILY 3000 can be used as on-vehicle and mobile offvehicle charging device. In connection with the SFC Power Manager 3G, EMILY 3000 can recharge several batteries
and supply multiple devices simultaneously with power. When using an EMILY fuel cell, maintenance and operating costs as well as weight can be reduced significantly.
EMILY fuel cell generator operates without producing signature. Outside a vehicle, EMILY is acoustically non-detectable and almost noiseless compared to conventional generators. In operation, EMILY fuel cell does not produce any emission that can be detected by reconnaissance systems.
|Temperature Range||-25 °C to +50 °C|
|Dimensions||18.7 x 8.1 x 11.2 in|
|Voltage||12 V / 24 V / 10.8V / 14.4 V / 25.2 V|
|Weight Fuel Cell||< 12.5 kg / 27.56 lbs|
|Fuel Cartridges||~ 100 h en utilisant la puissance nominale maximum|
|Water protection||MIL-STD 810F Méthode 506.4, Procédure I|
|Sand and dust||MIL-STD 810F Méthode 510.4 Procédure I and II|
|Vibration||MIL-STD 810F Méthode 514.5, Liste 514.5C-VII, Dessin 514.5C-3 AECTP 400 B401 chars légers|
|Drop||MIL-STD 810F Méthode 516.6 Procédure IV|
|EMI / EMC||MIL-STD 461, RE102-3, RE102-4 VG 95373, Classe II|
|Altitude||Jusqu'à 3000 m /10,000 ft @ 100 % puissance nominale, jusqu'à 4000 m /13,000 ft @ 80 % puissance nominale|
|Noise emission||MIL-STD 1474D Liste 2-II > 30 m / 98.43 non détectable acoustiquement|