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September 29-30, 2020
2020 TechNet Ft. Bragg
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P/N:ETI0020-1020AB


ETI0020-1020ABTactical Power Plant
2000 Watt Diesel Generator Module
with draw out Generator & NEMA cabinet for control systems

  • The UPS/Power Conditioner cleans up any external source and produces continuous computer grade power.
  • Fans in the doors of the case allow unit to run while the case is closed, muffling the noise and the heat signature.
  • Built in: Power Conditioner/Frequency Converter/UPS/Generator.
  • Additional fuel tank, provides continuous runtime at full load.
  • Auxiliary fuel inlets and fuel pump draw from external fuel sources for longer run times.
  • Global input voltages and frequencies allow for deployment anywhere: 230 VAC, 50 Hz.
  • Selectable outputs: 120 and/or 220 at 50, 60 or 400 Hz.
  • Low Fuel Indicator
  • Individual Load Control: local and/or remote via TTY or SNMP software.
  • 28 VDC Input with NATO Slave connector for use with Military/Tactical Vehicles.
ETI0020-1020abSupporting Predator UAV Ground Systems

The Firebird is an intelligence gathering aircraft designed by Northrop Grumman’s Scaled Composites design shop which can be flown remotely or by a pilot. The Firebird is designed so that the aircraft is able to carry up to four modules of spy equipment simultaneously, on a separate system from that needed to control the plane, so that equipment can be easily swapped in and out. The aircraft has the ability to simultaneously view infrared imagery, gather real time high definition video, use radar and eavesdrop on communications.

ETI’s systems are in use supporting ground based electronics for the pilots of this program.


Operating Example:

When the Tactical Power Plant (TPP) is configured to be fed from an external power grid, and that power is lost, the TPP will revert to UPS power and an alarm will sound signaling the end user to start the generator while the load continues to operate without interruption from the UPS batteries.

When the external power returns, and remains stable for two minutes, the TPP automatically transitions to the grid source and will shut down the generator to conserve fuel. The same scenario is true for when operating from a 28 VDC source.

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Energy Technologies, Inc.
219 Park Avenue East
Mansfield, OH 44902-1845
USA

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Voice: 419-522-4444
FAX: 419-522-4466