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Basic Specifications
  • Dimensions: 245" Long 79" Wide 118" High
  • MPG highway average: 9.5
  • Fuel Capacity: 123 Gallons (dual tanks)
  • Driving range: 1000 miles highway
  • Tire size: 203SR20 with run-flat inserts
  • Weight: 13,240lbs unloaded at full fluid capacity
  • Wheelbase: 109 inches
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RF Communications
  • Master Intercom System: Provides independent headset communications of up to four people. May also feed the internal overhead speakers and use one or more PTT hand microphones. Users may converse with teach other, operate any selected two way radio (PTT or VOX), or listen to the feed from a selected audio source or the entertainment system (AM/FM/CD). Selectable voice intelligibility processor, noise clipper, or full fidelity modes.
    • Four headset connection stations with independent volume control. Priority channel injection ability selectable by station. Up to four sets of noise canceling headsets may be simultaneously driven and controlled independently.
    • Ceiling mounted internal speakers (front and rear, with independent local volume control and source buss select switches).
    • External PA/Siren system which may be patched into the communications buss or may use an independent PTT hand microphone.
    • Seven audio input channels
      • UHF FM analog/digital Transceiver
      • VHF FM analog/digital Transceiver
      • HF/ALE Transceiver
      • Selected Satellite Network (half or full duplex)
      • Comm Buss #1
      • Cellular voice net
      • Background inject channels
        • Frequency agile broadband receiver (programmable)
        • Entertainment system Stereo feed (background channel)
        • Audio feed from Comm Buss #1 or #2
        • Six prerecorded voice announcements may be triggered by external command. When triggered, a voice message is injected into both the headset and crew compartment PA speakers at a volume level that cannot be lowered below audibility. The messages are:
          • CAUTION!
          • WARNING!
          • Low Fluid Level
          • High Temperature
          • System Failure
          • MAST UP!
  • Two way radios
    • 3.2.1. VHF FM multi-mode analog/digital transceiver with clear/secure voice and data capability.
    • 3.2.2. VHF AM aircraft band radio (includes built-in independent GPS and Aviation map display and has an internal standby battery for emergency operation when primary and backup vehicle power systems have failed)
    • 3.2.3. UHF multi-mode analog/digital transceiver with clear/secure voice and data capability.
    • 3.2.4. HF/ALE (Automatic Link Establishment) with secure voice and data as well as selectable multiple waveform HF modems. Licensed and normally used on dedicated SSB commercial frequencies, but may also be programmed to operate in Amateur radio bands if desired for non-business communications by licensed Hams.
    • HF Modems
      • Pactor II
      • ARQ, MILTOR, FTS-64, 39 tone, FEQ,
      • Computer based multi-waveform
      • Cellular telephone #1 (analog/digital, front seat)
      • Cellular telephone #2 (analog/digital, back seat)
      • Cellular telephone #3 (GSM)
      • Satellite transceiver #1 (Inmarsat-B)
      • Satellite transceiver #2 (MSAT)
      • 3.2.10. Satellite transceiver #3 (Inmarsat-C)
      • 3.2.11. Satellite transceiver #4 (Globalstar)
      • 3.2.12. CB radio (independent system)
  • 3.3. Receivers
    • 3.3.1. Frequency agile broadband receiver (weather bands, traffic advisories, commercial communications frequencies, etc). Controlled by NAVSYS computer.
    • 3.3.2. Satellite weather receiver (Wefax L-band geostationary and LEO VHF)
    • 3.3.3. AM/FM/CD commercial broadcast radio and shock resistant CD player.
    • 3.3.4. Stormscope lightning surveillance receiver
    • 3.3.5. Radar collision avoidance bearing sensor
  • 3.4. Special Purpose Transmitters, Receivers or Transceivers
    • 3.4.1. Tracking beacon with GPS and APRS capability
    • 3.4.2. Area surveillance radar – 5Km range for vehicular MTI
    • 3.4.3. Direction Finding system - UHF/VHF/HF capable
    • 3.4.4. Tracking beacon with GPS and APRS capability
    • 3.4.5. VIASTAR encoding transponder (location, speed, bearing, heading, systems status)
    • 3.4.6. Alarm system keyless entry (coded, spread spectrum)
  • 3.5. Repeaters
    • 3.5.1. VHF – FM secure capable repeater (voice, data)
    • 3.5.2. UHF – FM secure capable repeater (voice, data)
  • 3.6. Telemetry
    • 3.6.1. 12 channel remote control system (bi-directional error checking). Controls:
      • Selected hydraulic winch forward reverse (high/low speed)
      • Selected hydraulic winch freespool clutch (on/off)
      • Engine speed idle/preset
      • Engine start/stop
      • Mast lighting on/off
      • Work lights on/off
      • Mast raise/lower
      • Aux. #1 on/off
      • Aux. #2 on/off
      • Siren on/off
    • 3.6.2. Microwave Video Link #1 (from Dinghy)
    • 3.6.3. Microwave Video Link #2 (to Trailer)
    • 3.6.4. Spread Spectrum data Link #1 (2.8Ghz); to/from trailer(2.4 ghz?)
    • 3.6.5. Spread Spectrum data link #2 (2.8Ghz); to/from large portable terminal(2.4ghz)
    • 3.6.6. Spread Spectrum data link #3 (800 MHz); to/from small portable terminals
    • 3.6.7. AppleTalk LAN
  • 3.7. Antennas
    • 3.7.1. VHF Vertical dipole whip; primary VHF transceiver
    • 3.7.2. UHF vertical dipole whip; primary UHF transceiver
    • 3.7.3. UHF blade antenna; UHF telemetry
    • 3.7.4. Broadband whip; LF/MF/HF/VHF/UHF
    • 3.7.5. HF whip on NVIS mount with automatic antenna tuner
    • 3.7.6. AM/FM radio antenna
    • 3.7.7. 5 GPS antennas
    • 3.7.8. Inmarsat-B satellite antenna (autotrack)
    • 3.7.9. Inmarsat-C satellite antenna (autotrack)
    • 3.7.10. MSAT satellite antenna (autotrack)
    • 3.7.11. 4 cellular 1/4 wave helical whips
    • 3.7.12. Cellular (high gain erectable)
    • 3.7.13. Wide band scanner (erectable)
    • 3.7.14. Special Purpose antennas
      • UHF/VHF DF antenna array (stacked)
      • Stormscope antenna
      • Surveillance radar antenna
      • Radar proximity detector
      • VHF/UHF log periodic (H & V polarization)
      • Microwave log-periodic
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  • The Maximog has four dedicated general purpose computers on board (Plus three in the trailer), and several single purpose microprocessor based controller computers. A dedicated spread spectrum wireless model provides high speed (1.5Mbs) connectivity between the primary computers in the Maximog and the Maximog Trailer, or to a terrestrial base station or other vehicle. This datalink has a range of about 1500 feet. Additionally a local AppleTalk wireless datalink provides wireless connectivity to compatible portable computers used in or within about 100 feet of the crew cab.
  • 4.1. General purpose computer systems
    • 4.1.1. SYSNAV Computer: Provides overall control and user interface for a variety of functions. It’s primary operators console is the navigator’s front seat LCD Touch screen terminal with storable illuminated keyboard. This screen may be dimmed from 1600nit sunlight brightness to NVG compatible levels. The SYSNAV computer may also be remotely controlled by the Rear seat console terminal, or by the operator’s console in the Trailer. Primary user functions include:
      • Moving map and geo database display and control.
      • Navigation information (position, speed, bearing, local and remote vehicle track, etc)
      • Web, Email and messaging
      • Communications management
      • Vehicle systems management
      • Polling of other onboard computers and diagnostics
      • Housekeeping functions (database, word processing, code development, digitized service manual storage, etc.)
  • 4.2. RF Communications management computer: This computer is a dedicated system that provides control, frequency and messaging management of all of the communications subsystems. It may function independently or interoperate with any other computer needing to interface with a communications channel. Connected systems are:
    • 4.2.1. HF/ALE transceiver
    • 4.2.2. Cellular phone
    • 4.2.3. Wireless network portal (Ricochet)
    • 4.2.4. Satcoms
      • Inmarsat - B
      • Inmarsat - C
      • MSAT
      • Globalstar
  • 4.3. Imaging and Mapping workstation -- This is located in the rear seat console and has a dedicated 12” LCD operator display and custom operator controls. It provides the following functions:
    • High resolution Map and Imaging Display
    • Still of video recording, editing, playback and transmission.
    • Database building, retrieval and modification
    • File compression, encryption or decryption
    • Control of mast mounted electro-optical systems
    • Data fusion and display
    • Surveillance Radar display and autonomous monitoring.
    • Hardcopy output
  • 4.4. Microprocessor based special purpose computers/controllers
    • 4.4.1. Thermal monitoring computer -- 12 temperature channels are monitored and this subsystem has computational capability to monitor trends, do statistical and differential measurements, report to other systems, etc.
      • Engine Coolant
      • Automatic Transmission Fluid
      • Transfer case
      • Front Differential
      • Rear Differential
      • All four wheel reduction gearboxes
      • Hydraulic oil
      • Outside Air Temperature
      • Road temperature (via radiometric sensor)
    • 4.4.2. Master Caution/Warning monitor alarm system -- Continuously polls a variety of vehicle systems and sensors for nominal operating conditions and provides either warning or alarm display to the operators when preset conditions are met. When a “Caution” or “Warning” alarm is issued, the master indicators illuminate, the specific problem is indicated on the overhead tally panel and a voice message is injected into the Intercom and crew cabin PA system.
    • 4.4.3. Engine Control Computer-- Provides engine control and management. Has interface to SYSNAV computer for downloading histories and individually examining selected engine parameters.
    • 4.4.4. Ride control computer -- Provides preset, automatic and manual control of:
      • Air Suspension ride height (presettable with vehicle speed and operating mode)
      • Shock absorber stiffness (may be synchronized with air suspension or operated independently)
      • Tire Inflation pressure (Via CTIS - Central Tire Inflation System)
      • Vehicle leveling (when stationary and in motion)
    • 4.4.5. Data Communications Net controller -- Manages operation of
      • IntraMog Net
      • ExtraMog Net
      • Managed communications links
        • (CDPD)
        • Digital (Ricochet)
        • (C and M service)
        • (Globalstar service)
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Creature Comforts
  • 5.1. Self leveling leather upholstered air suspension seats with five way adjustments, lumbar air bags, heat, and on/off road modes)
  • 5.2. Inertia reel seatbelts with off-road lock
  • 5.3. Refrigerator/food warmer/coffee maker
  • 5.4. Heated and cooled drink holders.
  • 12 disc CD changer (connected to entertainment AM/FM/CD player)
  • 5.6. Retractable (air powered) entry steps (one on each side), provide access step for front and rear doors.
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BASIC Engine, Drive Line and Suspension
  • 6.1. ENGINE General Motors LS-1 360 horsepower 5.7 liter V8 with:
    • 6.1.1. Super capacitor assisted starting with gear reduction starter motor
    • 6.1.2. Automatic Exhaust brake system
    • 6.1.3. Engine pre-lubrication system
    • 6.1.4. Dual alternators
    • 6.1.5. High Capacity aluminum alloy radiator with two thermostatically controlled dual speed electric fans.
    • 6.1.6. Two stage oil filtration with contamination monitor
    • 6.1.7. Auxiliary oil cooler
    • 6.1.8. Automatic exhaust brake for extended down hill operation
    • 6.1.9. Electronic speed governor (for PTO operation of generator or hydraulic tools)
    • 6.1.10. Automatic cruise control (adaptive cruise control capability via collision avoidance radar)
    • 6.1.11. High capacitor radiator and cooling pump
    • 6.1.12. Engine heaters
      • Electric 1Kw water circuiting ( via shore power)
      • Auxiliary gasoline fired water heater system
  • 6.2. FUEL SYSTEM
    • 6.2.1. Three stage filtration system
      • In-tank coarse pre-filter mesh
      • Dual (switchable) primary filter
      • Ultra-fine post filter at injection unit feedpoint
    • 6.2.2. Triple fuel delivery and transfer pumps
      • Left tank feed
      • Right tank feed
      • Transfer pump
    • 6.2.3. Winter fuel heater (water loop in fuel tank)
    • 6.2.4. Fuel level and consumption display (left tank, right tank and total)
    • 6.2.5. Braided stainless steel Teflon (PTFE) fuel lines.
  • 6.3. CUSTOMIZED FOUR SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION -- With fast lock-up torque converter, towing mode, and dual auxiliary oil coolers (one in the engine cooling radiator stack, and one outboard independent fan cooled heat exchanger)
    • 6.4.1. Variable ride height air suspension system - With computer controlled per-programmed ride height and manual override. Includes auto-leveling mode for level trim (stationary or in-motion)
    • 6.4.2. Adjustable compliance heavy duty shock absorbers with external oil reservoirs (May be interconnected with air suspension system for automatic or manual operation)
    • 6.4.3. Central Tire Inflation System (CTIS) - Computer controlled with automatic or manual selection. Coordinates between Vehicle and Trailer with individual control and monitoring of each tire.
    • 6.4.4. Tires
      • Street Tires
      • Combination on/off road tires
      • Off road special tread tires (for soft sand and mud)
      • Tire chains may be carried for any of the above tire sets
Driving Aids
  • 7.1. High Intensity Air horn system - two air horns producing 137dba at 15 feet in front of vehicle. Note -- Due to high sound pressure levels only for use off road when no personnel are nearby.
  • 7.2. Public Address system - feed external dual drive high output speakers
  • 7.3. Triple GPS based moving map systems. All provide local display as well as raw position and time data to the onboard computers that may need it.
    • 7.3.1. Driver’s system - Dedicated LCD display with GPS driven map from CD-ROM databases. Both on and off-road databases (including food, gas, hotels, and other points of interest) may be loaded. 1000 waypoint capacity with audio prompts which may be routed into the master intercom system.
    • 7.3.2. Navigator’s system- 10.5- Sunlight readable touch screen (SYSNAV primary display) for moving map and static archival map display, trip logs and route editing. High precision GPS with differential correction and real time display of other vehicle equipped with APRS or Inmarsat-C tracking transmitters. Capable of dead reckoning or inertial navigation when GPS signal is unavailable.
    • 7.3.3. Backup system - A combination VHF aircraft transceiver and GPS moving map display (with Jepson aviation database cards) is available when the other systems have failed or as a tiebreaker in the case of unidentified gross position error on either primary system.
  • 7.4. Dimming and heated rear view mirrors (folding side arm mounted) with motorized pan/tilt adjustment.
  • 7.5. Collision avoidance radar with forward and left/right side looking beams
  • 7.6. Roof pneumatic scissors lift devices. This lift may be operated by the driver or navigator to elevate a variety of sensors to the same or greater elevation than the high clearance points on roof to check for available clearance. The basic sensor suite consists of three items:
    • 7.6.1. Night Vision system - Peltier cooled FLIR with heated all-weather housing and motorized pan/tilt mounted on roof pneumatic scissors lift elevator platform
    • 7.6.2. Vertical clearance laser - Projects a horizontal high intensity beam to indicate vertical obstructions ahead of the vehicle.
    • 7.6.3. Vertical clearance video camera - Provides a forward looking color video picture. Camera is in a bullet proof / severe impact resistant housing.
  • 7.7. Video Clearance observation video system. A console provides display of any of five clearance observation cameras via a single joystick. This console also has the controls for the roof scissors lift, clearance laser and VTR start/stop functions. Available cameras include:
    • Right side clearance camera
    • Left side clearance camera
    • Forward looking vertical clearance camera
    • Backup camera (heated with protective shutter when powered down)
    • Retractable undercarriage clearance camera (submersible, illuminated and removable for exploration)
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  • 7.8. Ultrasonic backup distance measurement system. Displays range to objects behind or to the side of the rear bumper.
  • 7.9. Front internal dome camera (w/ motorized pan, tilt, zoom, focus) - Feeds webcam and videolink to trailer.
  • 7.10. Dedicated stabilized flux-gate compass system with dedicated visual display and output to navigation equipment.
  • 7.11. Rally Timer - coupled to speedometer with navigator and driver displays
  • 7.12. Clock - Mechanical aircraft clock with independent event stopwatch and elapsed time displays. Has compensated 8 day spring wound movement. Note - Precision time is available from the GPS systems.
  • 7.13. Outside air temperature and radiometric road temperature monitor
  • 7.14. Status monitoring
    • 7.14.1. Master Caution and warning system
    • 7.14.2. Electrical systems tally panel
    • 7.14.3. Systems temperature monitoring
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Environmental Control
  • 8.1. Roof mounted HVAC unit (air conditioner compressor is engine powered and heat is via an internal gasoline fired automatic water heater with independent heat exchanger. Heater may be programmed for timed or thermostatic auto start. Air delivery system has continuously variable air blower.
  • 8.2. Primary crew compartment heater (from engine hot water loop)
  • 8.3. Positive pressure air system supplies air through roof mounted HEPA filter canister to minimize dust infiltration.
  • 8.4. Individually adjustable (position and flow) overhead air nozzles (x8) connected to HVAC air plenum.
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External Compartments
    • 9.1.1. Compartment #1 (drivers side front) - High Voltage AC and Low Voltage DC connector panel
    • 9.1.2. Compartment #2 (driver’s side rear) - Generator monitor, auxiliary connectors, mast #2 interlock, dust off air regulator and connection.
    • 9.1.3. Compartment #3 (passenger’s side rear) - Mast manual controls, air pressure regulators and dial gauges, auxiliary electronics connectors.
    • 9.1.4. Compartment #4 - Access for Navigational computer, video equipment and mast multiplex system.
  • 9.2. STORAGE - Two locking watertight storage compartments built into rear bumpers holds key service tools and spare parts.
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Principal Instrumentation Clusters
Most devices are described in more detail elsewhere.
  • 10.1. Overhead Bridge
    • 10.1.1. Overhead Left Front Console
      • Master Intercom Panel
      • VHF Aircraft transceiver w GPS moving map
      • VHF Aircraft transceiver w GPS moving map
      • Starting and Technical buss digital voltmeters and battery bank bridging warning indicator.
      • Mast control station (Failsafe, high mast raise, low mast raise, and 'mast pressurized' indicators)
      • AM/FM/CD radio with digital buffer for extreme vibration
    • 10.1.2. Overhead Center Front Console
      • Avionics master power switch
      • Systems enable switches (guarded) and 'ON' indicators
        • PTO engage
        • Inverters
        • Winter Heat
        • Emergency Air
        • Hydraulic Generator engage
        • Front and Rear winch manual controls (and remote mode select)
        • Hydraulic circuit selector (OFF, PTO ENGAGE, ON)
        • Systems tally LED lights (20 total)
      • Digital Hydraulic Pressure readout (high pressure system)
      • Digital Hydraulic Pressure readout (low pressure system)
      • Vehicle lateral tilt bubble level
    • 10.1.3. Overhead Right Front Console
      • Stormscope lightning detection and display system
      • Roof antenna erection indicating switches (X2)
      • Flux gate compass dedicated display
      • Radar display and approach warning system
    • 10.1.4. Overhead Longitudinal Console (front to rear)
      • Intercom speakers with source selection and volume controls.
      • Intercom headset connectors and hanger clips
      • Overhead work light controls (X2)
      • Stem light connectors and dimming controls (X4)
      • Auxiliary control switches (X6)
      • EL lamp dimming controls
      • Air horn solenoid switch
      • HVAC and Engine auxiliary heater controls
      • Air conditioner thermostat, controls and variable fan speed control.
  • 10.2. Drivers and central dashboard controls
    • 10.2.1. Primary vehicle instrument panel
      • LCD master instrument display panel
      • Speedometer
      • Tachometer with max rpm light
      • Master Light switch and panel light dimmer
      • Auxiliary electrics control rocker switches (illuminated)
        • HID exterior work lights (front, left, right, rear)
        • Xenon off-road only driving lights (pencil beam)
        • Xenon off-road only driving lights (normal beam)
        • Undercarriage lights
        • PTO engage
        • Auxiliary air compressor
        • Positive air pressure (hi/low/off)
        • Fuel tank select (left/right)
        • Exterior approach lights
        • window wiper/washer
        • back up lights
    • 10.2.2. Driver’s side pillar controls
      • Outside rear view mirror adjustments (pan/tilt, dim, heat)
      • Collision warning indicators
      • Clearance range display
    • 10.2.3. Drivers upper side controls
      • Front left motorized searchlight controls (on/off, pan/tilt, fast/slow)
      • Rear motorized searchlight controls
      • Inverter monitor panel
      • Shore charger monitor panel
      • Rechargeable flashlight and charger base
      • Dimmable and Irising map light
    • 10.2.4. Central Suspension control panel
      • CTIS control panel
      • Suspension height and leveling
      • Shock absorber damping adjustment
    • 10.2.5. Center auxiliary console
      • Left fuel gauge
      • Right fuel gauge
      • Fuel transfer pump control
      • Collision avoidance radar display and controls
      • Shore power and air connection indicators and manual eject control
      • Master Caution and Warning indicators and alarm silence buttons.
  • 10.3. Center lower console
    • 10.3.1. Temperature monitoring computer and display
    • 10.3.2. Vehicle Heat, defrost and blower controls
    • 10.3.3. Four wheel drive mode select
    • 10.3.4. Auxiliary oil pressure gauge (mechanical)
    • 10.3.5. Siren/PA controls
    • 10.3.6. Parking brake
    • 10.3.7. Automatic exhaust brake control
  • 10.4. Navigator’s 'glove box' console
    • 10.4.1. UHF transceiver control
    • 10.4.2. VHF transceiver control
    • 10.4.3. HF/ALE transceiver control
    • 10.4.4. 8 day mechanical clock and timer
    • 10.4.5. 10.5" sunlight readable LCD touch screen display (connected to primary SYSNAV computer and also accepts direct video input as required). Note; keyboard and trackball for this display is stored in pocket beneath display.
  • 10.5. Navigator’s side pillar controls
    • 10.5.1. Collision warning lights
  • 10.6. Navigator’s overhead side controls
    • 10.6.1. Backup distance readout
    • 10.6.2. Vehicle longitudinal (incline/decline) bubble level
    • 10.6.3. Rechargeable flashlight and charger base
    • 10.6.4. Left front motorized searchlight controls (on/off, pan/tilt, fast/slow)
  • 10.7. Rear bulkhead
    • 10.7.1. Master electrical panel
    • 10.7.2. Generator high voltage distribution breaker panel
    • 10.7.3. SYSNAV computer and connected storage devices access panel
    • 10.7.4. VCR access
    • 10.7.5. Electronics compartment cooling fan air intakes
    • 10.7.6. Automatic sump pump intake
    • 10.7.7. Connector panel
  • 10.8. Rear deck mounted gear and access panels
    • 10.8.1. Video control equipment access panel
    • 10.8.2. Walkie Talkie charger rack and access panel (holds and charges 6 units)
    • 10.8.3. High Mast cable reel retractor
  • 10.9. Removable backseat console. Has quick-connect adapter mounted to floor Ancra rails. Junction box for AC, DC, control, data, RF and audio mounted to adjacent bulkhead and drivers seat storage box.
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There are two independent hydraulic pumps and pressure regulation/distribution systems which share a common.
  • 11.1. Low pressure supply system (2500psig)
    • 11.1.1. Engine belt driven with recalculating oil bypass when disengaged
    • 11.1.2. Drives front and rear winches
    • 11.1.3. Drives hydraulic tool connectors front and rear (type I or II)
    • 11.1.4. Shares 20 gallon hydraulic fluid reservoir and fan cooler with High Pressure system.
  • 11.2. High Pressure supply system (6000psig)
    • 11.2.1. Dedicated to run 30Kw hydraulic generator which has an independent voltage and frequency regulation system with output display on externally accessed connector panel or the power distribution monitor panel
    • 11.2.2. Pump is driven by PTO and has internal solenoid activated unloading valve.
    • 11.2.3. Electronic pressure regulation coordinated with governor
    • 11.2.4. AC generator distribution panel and monitoring electronics located on rear bulkhead
  • 11.3. Hydraulic accessories connected to high or low pressure fluid supply system.
    • 11.3.1. Stationary Equipment
    • 11.3.2. 30Kw generator powered by hydraulic motor connected to the High Pressure supply system. Designed for nominal 5500 Psig operating pressure at full load. Has an additional cooling fan parasitically coupled to generator hydraulic supply.
    • 11.3.3. Front and Rear independent 20,000lb hydraulic winches
      • Dual speed w/ removable double purchase pulley.
      • Pneumatically disengaged clutch with manual or remote radio control
      • 150’ - 5/8th Inch 7/19 strand stainless steel winch cable with stainless steel connection shackles.
      • Stainless Steel 4 roller fairleads
    • 11.3.4. Portable Equipment -- Connected to the front or rear self-sealing quick coupler accessory outlets fed by the low pressure hydraulic system.
      • Underwater chain saw with 7.5Hp hydraulic motor and 18" bar.
      • Hydraulic impact wrench with 3/4" drive anvil
      • Hydraulic cable/bolt cutter (1" capacity)
      • Two sets of 25’ Siamese hydraulic hose with self-sealing quick couplings.
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  • 12.1. External
    • 12.1.1. Quad sealed beam headlights
    • 12.1.2. LED directional, signal, stop CHMSL and clearance lights
    • 12.1.3. HID worklights (front, rear, left right)
    • 12.1.4. Fog lights - dual fan beam rectangular xenon lamps
    • 12.1.5. Driving lights - dual pencil beam xenon lamps
    • 12.1.6. Driving lights - dual medium beam xenon lamps
    • 12.1.7. Front and rear facing emergency warning strobes
    • 12.1.8. Auxiliary quartz backup lights
    • 12.1.9. Two Dual-lamp motorized searchlights (driver and passenger) forward facing with 270 degree rotation.
    • 12.1.10. Rear motorized searchlight (VIS or IR) controlled from driver’s position.
    • 12.1.11. Mast safety up-light intended to assist in spotting overhead obstacles before erecting mast. 250watt high voltage quartz light in adjustable waterproof housing.
    • 12.1.12. Mast mounted dual work lights (1Kw quartz)
    • 12.1.13. Auxiliary external worklight (tripod mounted 1kw quartz)
  • 12.2. Special Purpose External Lighting
    • 12.2.1. Undercarriage quartz lights – Eight 50 watt MR-16 underwater fixtures
    • 12.2.2. Engine compartment lights – Four switched under hood waterproof compact fluorescents in vapor tight housings.
    • 12.2.3. Fluorescent explosion proof drop light (plugs into exterior or interior power outlet)
    • 12.2.4. External access panel lights – switched when compartment door opened
    • 12.2.5. Approach lights – Activated manually by driver, or automatically by external PIR (Passive Infra Red) motion detectors (150’ maximum range)
    • 12.2.6. Door lights – Illuminate ground from bottom of each door when open
  • 12.3. Internal
    • 12.3.1. Overhead Work lights – Four diffused overhead quartz lights (high/low)
    • 12.3.2. Rear deck work lights – Two diffused overhead quartz lights (high/low)
    • 12.3.3. Front seat adjustable utility lights (white, with removable red or NVG filters – hi/low intensity)
    • 12.3.4. Front seat map lights – Two projector type map lights for front seats
    • 12.3.5. Stem Lights – White LED lights with integral dimmers. May be substituted with high output MR-16 50 watt fixtures when more light is needed for maintenance or sunlight operation.
    • 12.3.6. Panel lights – Dimmable NV red and NVG green.
    • 12.3.7. Electroluminescent (EL) ambient night driving flat panel lights – Three independently dimmable circuits with two fixtures each. NVG filters and/or micro-louver glare filters may be fitted as desired. This system provides low level cabin illumination that is not distracting to the driver at night when other crew operations are underway.
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Telescopic Mast Systems
  • 13.1. Pneumatics Control System – Provides regulated, filtered and lubricated air to both mast assemblies. Electronic interlocks for vehicle transmission, low pressure, high voltage or overhead obstructions with manual raise/lower stations for driver, rear console and outside operation stations. Automatic mast defrosting system usable in icing conditions with either mast.
  • 13.2. Short Mast (30’ erected height - 75lbs maximum payload) - Mounted
  • 13.3. Tall Mast (46’ erected height - 350Lbs maximum payload)
    • 13.3.1. Tilt system to permit easy mast package installation and service)
    • 13.3.2. Automatic cable retractor and cable guide/seal system. Custom monolithic feed cable incorporating power, control, video and RF into a single (sun and weather resistant) jacket. Low noise slip rings to commutate signals into the rotary reel.
    • 13.3.3. Control Multiplexer/Demultiplexer system provides multi-channel control capacity while limiting the mast cable requirements.
    • 13.3.4. Passenger seat (elevation limited to 30’) – Actuation at manual control stations or via master remote system. Includes mast top mounted emergency lowering valve.
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Mast Packages
Mast control system with multiple interlocks to prevent operation under unsafe conditions or drive-off when either mast is erected. Also included is a de-icing system for use during icing conditions. An automatic cable retractor and watertight bulkhead entry cable guide for the tall mast
  • 14.1. Tall Mast (40’ 350Lb load capacity with tilt-down system)
    • 14.1.1. Electro-Optics
    • 14.1.2. Long range thermal imager (Sterling engine cryo-cooled FLIR), with dual focal length optics.
    • 14.1.3. Laser rangefinder – Eye safe (Raman shifted YAG laser) with 25Km range to cooperative target.
    • 14.1.4. Image intensified video camera – Day/Night capable with 12:1 high performance zoom lens. Auto or manual focus with continuous or preset zoom.
    • 14.1.5. Progressive scan color camera with motion stabilized 15:1 zoom lens. Manual zoom and focus.
    • 14.1.6. 3.5 Megapixel still camera with interchangeable lenses. Standard is a 10:1 (35-350mm) motion stabilized zoom with full remote control.
  • 14.2. Short Mast (20’ - 75lb payload capacity)
    • 14.2.1. Visible xenon strobe beacon
    • 14.2.2. Infra Red Laser Beacon (PWM strobe and/or Rotating modulated vertical slit beam laser)
    • 14.2.3. Surveillance Radar – 10Ghz low power (LPI waveform) with programmable sector scan capability. MTI only, no mapping capability.
    • 14.2.4. VHF LEO Weather satellite antenna (quadrafilar with internal pre-amp)
    • 14.2.5. VHF/UHF stacked DF antenna array (Doppler Automatic Direction Finder)
    • 14.2.6. 1,2Kw, 4Kw or 12Kw HMI motion picture spotlight mount.
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RF Signal Monitoring
  • 15.1. Two compact HF/VHF/UHF surveillance receivers with control handoff and full remote control capability.
  • 15.2. Digital Doppler direction finder. Integrated processor and display unit coupled to either master receiver.
  • 15.3. Panoramic RF spectrum scope
  • 15.4. Audio spectrum analysis scope
  • 15.5. Programmable FDM demodulator
  • 15.6. MO disc recorder and computer interface for record, playback and analysis.
  • 15.7. Multi-mode programmable demodulator (computer based).
  • 15.8. Audio amplifier, mixer, and monitor speaker system (or may be fed into the vehicle master intercom system)
  • 15.9. Antenna switcher module (six input, with distribution amp)
    • 15.9.1. Antennas
      • Mast Mounted Broadband Discone antenna (20Mhz to 1 GHz)
      • Broadband vertical whip (150Khz to 1.2 GHz)
      • Horizontal or vertically polarized Log Periodic (90Mhz to 2Ghz)
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Navigation and Mapping
  • 16.1. Sensors
    • 16.1.1. GPS #1 (12 channel receiver with terrestrial differential correction receiver)
    • 16.1.2. GPS #2 (Backup – Identical to GPS #1)
    • 16.1.3. GPS #3 (12 channel with C or Ku -band satellite based differential correction)
    • 16.1.4. GPS #4 – Principally used as emergency backup or for coordinated operations with aircraft when the transceiver section is in use. The GPS subsystem is built into aircraft radio to synchronize moving map display of Jepson Aero databases loaded via plug-in storage cards. May be used a stand alone backup system or feed ARINC instrumentation buss. This unit has it’s own dedicated battery backup system.
    • 16.1.5. Flux Gate compass system automatically calibrating electronic heading sensor stabilized for vehicle attitude. Sensor is mounted on flexible mount to exterior of vehicle to minimize magnetic self-influence or interaction with vehicle generator, alternators or radio transmission equipment. Provides heading updates at 10Hz with .25 degree accuracy. Feeds both ARINC and NMEA data bus
  • 16.2. Stand alone map display systems
    • 16.2.1. Philips Carin driver’s moving map display and control
    • 16.2.2. Garmin GN250XL Moving map and VHF AM communications transceiver
  • 16.3. Displays
    • 16.3.1. 10.5” Sunlight readable LCD display (with touch screen) connected to the primary SYSNAV computer. Has the ability to display data or accept a NTSC video input. Mounted to “glove compartment” area of front seat passenger side.
    • 16.3.2. 21.5” Daylight readable LCD display (with touch screen) connected to the console computer.
  • 16.4. Software
    • 16.4.1. Map Databases
    • 16.4.2. Map fusion software
    • 16.4.3. Image processing
    • 16.4.4. Vehicle device drivers
    • 16.4.5. GPS and Inmarsat-c operation software
    • 16.4.6. Front passengers 10.5” daylight readable LCD touch screen display
    • 16.4.7. Feed to 20” daylight readable rear console display
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  • 17.1. Engine driven air compressor
  • 17.2. Auxiliary DC air compressor
  • 17.3. Six air storage tanks (200pisg max operating pressure) with moisture drain valves. These tanks are on four circuits with sequential fill and priority discharge based upon mission criticality:
    • 17.3.1. Circuit #1 – Air brakes
    • 17.3.2. Circuit #2 – Suspension, air horns
    • 17.3.3. Circuit #3 – Auxiliary air feeds (mast, dust off, etc)
    • 17.3.4. Circuit #4 – Air tools
  • 17.4. Shore air connection (auto disconnect with engine start)
  • 17.5. Air filtering, regulation and distribution system
  • 17.6. Ultra pure air filter for equipment blow off
  • 17.7. Lubricated dry air supply for air tools
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Portable Equipment
  • 18.1. Optical Equipment
    • 18.1.1. Nikon D-1 Digital camera and lenses
    • 18.1.2. Motion stabilized binoculars
    • 18.1.3. Night Vision goggles (two pair AN/PVS-7d)
    • 18.1.4. Handheld laser rangefinder
    • 18.2.1. Twin AN/PRC-112G pilot rescue radios
    • 18.2.2. Inmarsat Mini-M satellite telephone
    • 18.2.3. Globalstar portable satellite telephone
    • 18.2.4. Portable GSM and Analog/Digital cell phones
    • 18.2.5. 6 UHF or VHF walkie talkies
    • 18.2.6. Trimble MUGR portable submersible GPS unit
    • 18.2.7. Field erectable HF antenna system
    • 18.2.8. Personal Locator Beacon (PLB)
  • 18.3. Various location lighting packages
    • 18.3.1. 12KW HMI solar spot
    • 18.3.2. 12Kw or 18Kw HMI Fresnel
    • 18.3.3. 4Kw HMI Fresnel
    • 18.3.4. 4K HMI solar spot
    • 18.3.5. 1200W HMI PAR spot
    • 18.3.6. 7Kw xenon narrow beam spotlight
    • 18.3.7. 2Kw xenon searchlight (variable beam width)
    • 18.3.8. Quartz location lighting kit
  • 18.4. Various Photographic packages (Small, Medium and Large format, video, digital imaging, etc)
  • 18.5. RADIO COMPARTMENT Located on the underside of the roof above the rear deck. Contains much of the vehicle radio equipment (described more fully elsewhere). Has thermostatically controlled cooling system including ducting from HVAC system. All devices are modularly mounted for easy changeout and powered by independent feeds form the breaker panel.
    • 18.5.1. HF fast tune antenna autocoupler
    • 18.5.2. VHF transceiver
    • 18.5.3. UHF transceiver
    • 18.5.4. Receivers
      • Keyless entry receiver
      • Remote control receiver
      • GPS receivers
    • 18.5.5. Telemetry
      • Remote control receiver
      • Video transmitters
      • Video transceivers
      • Tracking transceiver
      • Keyless entry receiver
      • 18.5.6. Cell phone transceivers
      • 18.5.7. Three satellite communications electronics packages
        • MSAT
        • Inmarsat-B, Mini-M, and C
        • Globalstar
    • 18.6.1. Spare Tire holder bracket and winch based raise/lower system.
    • 18.6.2. Two high capacity earth anchors
    • 18.6.3. 200’ of stainless tow cable
    • 18.6.4. Transfer pulleys
    • 18.6.5. Tree savers and padding
    • 18.6.6. Nylon tow straps
    • 18.6.7. Assorted shackles and couplings
    • 18.6.8. Two 5 ton Come-alongs w 30’ cable
    • 18.6.9. Sand ladders
    • 18.6.10. Two combination shovel/axe/picks
    • 18.6.11. High Lift jack
  • 18.7. TOOLS
    • 18.7.1. Hand Tools (US and Metric)
    • 18.7.2. Power tools
      • Electric
        • 3/4” right angle drill
        • Sawzall
        • Arc welder
        • Disc Grinder
      • Pneumatic
        • Air die grinder
        • Air compact wrench
      • Hydraulic
        • Waterproof Chain saw
        • 3/4” Impact Wrench
        • Cable and bolt cutter
        • Rescue/recovery tool
    • 18.7.3. Special Maximog specific tools – Various adapters, jigs, gear pullers. Etc.
  • 18.8. SPARE PARTS
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Emergency and Medical Equipment
  • 19.1. Medical Kit – Equipped for cuts, bites, trauma, abrasions, bone breaks and a wide variety of infectious and parasitic diseases. An assortment of prescribed antibiotics, antihistamines, analgesics, special medicines and supplies for minor and intermediate surgery, burn treatment, splints. Basic medical library and arrangements for remote medical consultation as required
  • 19.2. Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) – Automatic and manual modes with EKG recorder and telemetry port
  • 19.3. Multiple self charging flashlights
    • 19.3.1. Two rechargeable stinger lights (driver and passenger)
    • 19.3.2. One Streamlight rechargeable boxlight (may be used as power failure light)
  • 19.4. Road flares, signaling devices, etc.
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Security and Fire Protection
  • 20.1. Fire alarm system
  • 20.2. Automatic fire suppression system
  • 20.3. Anti-theft systems (multiple – not further described)
  • 20.4. Infra Red approach warning
  • 20.5. Microwave approach warning
  • 20.6. Area Surveillance radar
  • 20.7. Keyless entry system
    • 20.7.1. Electronic combination lock
    • 20.7.2. RF remote
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Severe Conditions Provisions
  • 21.1. DEEP WATER FORDING (6’ maximum fording depth)
    • 21.1.1. Snorkel air induction system
    • 21.1.2. Sealed power train with positive air pressurization whenever differential locks are engaged
    • 21.1.3. Elevated breathers for the engine, transmission, differentials, reduction gear, etc.
    • 21.1.4. All critical electronics in double sealed enclosures or elevated about mean high water level.
    • 21.1.5. Automatic sump pump engages if water enters crew compartment
    • 21.1.6. Generator breather air cutoff valves engaged when in fording mode
    • 21.2.1. Gas fired auxiliary engine heater
    • 21.2.2. Electric engine heater (shore power)
    • 21.2.3. Heated fuel tanks and fuel filters
    • 21.2.4. Heated battery compartment
    • 21.2.5. Primary and auxiliary crew cab heaters (one engine based heat exchanger, and one with independent roof mounted gasoline fired water heater mounted in Air Conditioner housing)
    • 21.3.1. High capacity roof mounted Air Conditioner with contiguously variable air delivery.
    • 21.3.2. Auxiliary engine oil cooler
    • 21.3.3. Automatic transmission cooler (dual heat exchangers)
    • 21.3.4. Reduction gear auxiliary oil cooler
  • 21.4. Mud, Sand and dust
    • 21.4.1. Snorkel air induction system
    • 21.4.2. Sealed positive pressure drive line
    • 21.4.3. HEPA filtered crew cab pressurized air supply (dual speed blower) with low pressure warning alarm.
    • 21.4.4. Special CTIS and suspension modes
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The vehicle has two primary low voltage (12 Volt) DC battery banks each of which is charged by independent alternators and/or AC powered switch-mode chargers. The Starting supply is normally reserved for vehicle starting and those functions necessary for vehicle mobility. The other is a Technical power system which supplies the communications, navigation, discretionary lighting, computing and mission specific equipment.
  • 22.1.1. Starting System – 12 volt DC Power Supply
    • One 255 Ah AGM (Absorbed Glass Matt) deep cycle battery
    • 135 amp alternator
    • AC 20 amp charger (dual output system, charges both Starting and technical system)
    • Solid state voltage regulator with battery temperature sensing and overcharge protection
    • Supercapacitor cranking augmentation system
    • DC power distribution breaker panel
    • DC power monitoring panel
    • Battery condition monitor
    • Precision Digital Volt and Ammeters
    • High Current external Jumper/booster cable connectors (400amp continuous duty) in exterior access compartment.
    • Solar powered battery conditioner/charger
  • 22.1.2. Technical System – 12 volt DC Power Supply
    • Two 255 amp AGM deep cycle batteries
    • 320 amp (continuous duty) air cooled alternator with battery temperature sensing voltage regulator and charging system.
    • Emergency Transfer contactors (to fed starting system from Technical bank)
    • Dual 12/28 volt inverters (45 amp each) – These up-convert the 12 volt supply selected pieces of equipment that require 28VDC.
    • DC power distribution breaker panel
    • DC power monitoring panel
    • Battery condition monitor
    • Precision Digital Volt and Ammeters
    • High Current external Jumper/booster cable connectors (400amp continuous duty) in exterior access compartment.
    • Solar powered battery conditioner/charger
  • 22.1.3. 28 VDC system – Two 12/28 volt DC/DC inverters supply 45 amps of power fore selected lighting and avionics equipment.
    • 30kW hydraulic generator 120/240 volt 60 Hertz
      • Engine speed governor
      • Voltage, frequency, power monitor
      • Generator power distribution panel
      • HV breaker and switching panel
    • 3kW sine wave inverter system
      • remote control panel at drivers position
    • Shore power transfer contactor and auto disconnect bulkhead connector.
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Video System
  • 23.1. Cameras
    • 23.1.1. Backup camera
    • 23.1.2. Left side clearance camera
    • 23.1.3. Right side clearance camera
    • 23.1.4. Forward looking overhead clearance warning camera (on roof elevator platform)
    • 23.1.5. Interior dome camera (remote - pan/tilt/zoom/focus/iris)
    • 23.1.6. Removable undercarriage clearance camera on retractable mount (has 100’ of extra cable and internal illumination for remote exploration)
    • 23.1.7. Mast video Feeds (see Mast Package breakout)
  • 23.2. Front seat LCD Video display and Joystick switcher control (also is touch screen XVGA graphics display.
  • 23.3. 1/2” S/VHS VTR and solid state image recorder via computer disc array
  • 23.4. Patchable intelligent motion detector
  • 23.5. Remote record playback controls
  • 23.6. Webcam frame digitized and pan/tilt/focus/zoom/light controls
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  • 24.1. Dimensions: 265" Long 85.5" Wide 118" High
  • 24.2. Fuel Capacity
  • 24.3. Tire size
  • 24.4. Weight: 14,000 Lbs.
  • 24.5. Wheelbase
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Drive and Suspension System
  • 25.1. Hydraulic Drive System – Multi mode motion or load synchronized hydraulic drive system which may be powered from the onboard 25Kw diesel generator engine, via the external hydraulic fluid power connections, or both. The drive system is only engaged at speeds below 30Mph for sever off road operation. Has independent low speed (2Mph) crawler mode (with hydraulic steering) for trailer positioning without a tow vehicle.
  • 25.2. Suspension
    • 25.2.1. Computer controlled air suspension and leveling system (Independent, or synchronized to Maximog)
    • 25.2.2. Air/Hydraulic heavy duty shock absorbers coordinated with air suspension
    • 25.2.3. CTIS – Central tire inflation system (Independent or synchronized to Maximog)
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Audio Visual
    • 26.1.1. AM/FM stereo receiver
    • 26.1.2. SACD player
    • 26.1.3. Pioneer 50” plasma panel video/graphics display with motorized ceiling suspension mount
    • 26.1.4. DVD progressive scan output disc player
    • 26.1.5. Two hybrid ribbon front channel speakers
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Bathroom/Entry/Shower Pod
  • 27.1. Incinerating toilet (retractable)
  • 27.2. Gas fired hot water heater with stainless steel towel rack/radiator
  • 27.3. Wash up sink with hot and cold water supply
  • 27.4. Hot water tank (with gas fired water heater and electric heating element)
  • 27.5. Medicine and towel storage cabinets
  • 27.6. Retractable glass skylight
  • 27.7. Shower with removable hand faucet and temperature regulator
  • 27.8. Mirror
  • 27.9. Three interior lighting circuits
    • 27.9.1. Medicine chest lights
    • 27.9.2. Entry floor lights
    • 27.9.3. Room vertical strip lights
  • 27.10. Screened window in exterior door
  • 27.11. Keyless entry system
  • 27.12. Retractable staircase unit
  • 27.13. Integrated floor drain with stainless steel floor grating
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Climate Control
  • 28.1. Heat – hot water based with independent gas fired water heater. Multiple interior radiators and duct mounted heat exchangers.
  • 28.2. AC – independent system with refrigeration compressor driven from main generator, or secondary compressor driven by shore power.
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  • 29.1. Imaging and Mapping Computer
  • 29.2. Communications management computer
  • 29.3. B&W Laser Printer (8.5” x 14)
  • 29.4. Color Dye Sub photographic imaging printer (11”x17”)
  • 29.5. Flatbed scanner
  • 29.6. Jaz Drive
  • 29.7. CD/RW drive
  • 29.8. DVD drive
  • 29.9. Interface to local HF/ALE transceiver for wireless email
  • 29.10. Raid archive array
  • 29.11. Spread spectrum modem (to Maximog and main vehicle communications system)
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  • 30.1. VHF FM secure voice and data
  • 30.2. UHF FM secure voice and data
  • 30.3. HF/ALE secure voice and data
  • 30.4. Spread Spectrum microwave data link to Maximog
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Electronics Rack Modules (First Examples)
  • 31.1. VIDEO
    • 31.1.1. Two Digital VTRs
    • 31.1.2. Editing controller
    • 31.1.3. ENG receiver
    • 31.1.4. Uplink transmitter
    • 31.1.5. Video RAID array
    • 31.2.1. Editing controller
    • 31.2.2. Mass storage system
    • 31.2.3. Scanner
    • 31.2.4. DyeSub color printer
    • 31.2.5. Dual CD Burner/readers
    • 31.2.6. Jaz and Zip drives
    • 31.2.7. Panoramic color corrected display (with photometric calibration system)
  • 31.3. UAV control
    • 31.3.1. Pilots console
    • 31.3.2. Vehicle status panel
    • 31.3.3. Telemetry status panel
  • 31.4. ROV control
    • 31.4.1. Pilots console
    • 31.4.2. Video recorders
    • 31.4.3. Video Monitors
    • 31.4.4. Location system and GPS position plotter
    • 31.4.5. Sonar display
    • 31.4.6. Sonar printer
  • 31.5. High Power HF transmitter
    • 31.5.1. Dual Receivers
    • 31.5.2. Panoramic spectrum display
    • 31.5.3. Exciter
    • 31.5.4. Adaptive controller
    • 31.5.5. 1Kw Linear power amp
    • 31.5.6. HF modem
    • 31.5.7. Antenna fast tune autocoupler
    • 31.5.8. Antenna switching unit and pattern controller
    • 31.5.9. Controller computer and display
    • 31.5.10. Laser printer
  • 31.6. Computer controlled RF spectrum analysis receiver
      • Tempest receiver
      • Panoramic spectrum display
      • Microwave down converter
      • Antenna switcher and calibrator
      • Computer interface
      • Scan Converter
    • 31.6.2. Flexible Demodulator
    • 31.6.3. Agile Subcarrier receiver
    • 31.6.4. Programmable FDM demodulator
    • 31.6.5. Programmable audio filter
    • 31.6.6. Audio FFT spectrum analyzer
    • 31.6.7. Audio voiceprint processor
    • 31.6.8. Audio amplifier and speaker system
    • 31.6.9. Adaptive voice intelligibility processor
    • 31.6.10. Control computer
    • 31.6.11. Audio analyzer display
    • 31.6.12. – 150KHz to 22Ghz RF Spectrum analyzer (w/ internal AM and FM demodulator)
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Kitchen Pod
  • 32.1. Combination broiler, toaster and convection oven
  • 32.2. Dual Induction cooking units (2.5 and 3.5Kw), on removable for use outside vehicle on extension power cable.
  • 32.3. Sink with hot and cold water supply
  • 32.4. Paco Jet food processor
  • 32.5. Refrigerator freezer unit
  • 32.6. Espresso machine with built in bead grinder
  • 32.7. Chopping board
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  • 33.1. Interior
    • 33.1.1. Work lighting
    • 33.1.2. Night Lighting
    • 33.1.3. Task lighting
  • 33.2. Exterior
    • 33.2.1. Four HID area lights
    • 33.2.2. Entry approach light
    • 33.2.3. Undercarriage lights
  • 33.3. Portable
    • 33.3.1. Flashlights
    • 33.3.2. Worklignt on stand
    • 33.3.3. Hand held fluorescent drop cord light.
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  • 34.1. AC generator – 25 kW diesel with water cooled electronically regulated alternator in soundproof stainless steel housing. Auto or manual starting. Crystal controlled 60Hz frequency output.
  • 34.2. 24 volt DC technical power supply system – Runs technical electronics
    • 34.2.1. Twin 800Ah AGM type deep cycle batteries (series wired).
    • 34.2.2. Shore or generator powered charging system (20amp). Has battery temperature monitoring and overcharge protection
    • 34.2.3. Combination UPS/Inverter with internal standby battery. Automatic (uninteruptable) Primary DC, backup battery and shore power switching
  • 34.3. 12 volt DC auxiliary system – Runs lighting and utility AC power via inverter
    • 34.3.1. Twin 800Ah AGM type deep cycle batteries (parallel wired with isolator).
    • 34.3.2. 3Kw sine wave inverter
    • 34.3.3. Shore or generator charger (40 amp) with temperature monitoring and overcharge protection
  • 34.4. DC generator starting battery – 150 Ah AGM dedicated to generator starting, but has shore powered charging option.
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  • 35.1. Complete theft protection system
  • 35.2. Exterior Infra Red approach warning system
  • 35.3. Fire protection system with hybrid ultra violet /IR flame detection system
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  • 36.1. CLOTHING drawers and closet
  • 36.2. PANTRY – storage for dry and canned goods, and utensils
  • 36.3. TOOLS -- Basic electrical and mechanical tool kit for level I and II repairs.
    • 36.4.1. Full medical kit
    • 36.4.2. Emergency communications package
      • Portable satellite telephone
      • PLB
      • Portable walkie talkies
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Basic Specifications
  • 37.1. Base Vehicle
  • 37.2. Dimensions
  • 37.3. Endurance
  • 37.4. Engine
  • 37.5. Powertrain
  • 37.6. Suspension
  • 37.7. Tire size
  • 37.8. Weight
  • 37.9. Wheelbase
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BMW R1150GS BMW R1150GS motorbike with rugged duty off-road reinforcements and modifications
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Off Road Accessories
  • 39.1. Ceramic Clutch
  • 39.2. Heavy duty shock absorbers
  • 39.3. Skid plates
  • 39.4. Side guards
  • 39.5. Cylinder protectors
  • 39.6. Side box support rails
  • 39.7. Heavy Duty alternator
  • 39.8. AGM battery
  • 39.9. Steering stop
  • 39.10. Heavy duty auxiliary oil cooler
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  • 40.1. Combination UHF/VHF/HF multi mode transceiver. Connected to GPS for APRS operation
  • 40.2. Digital Multi-mode Modem for above
  • 40.3. Antenna Autotuner
  • 40.4. Microwave video transmitter for video linking
  • 40.5. Tracking Inmarsat-C satellite transponder
  • 40.6. Satcom antenna with integrated L-band GPS antenna
  • 40.7. Cell phone
  • 40.8. Driver, Passenger intercom
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Portable Equipment carried
    • 41.1.1. VHF or UHF secure voice walkie talkie
    • 41.1.2. VHF AM ruggedized submersible aircraft rescue radio
    • 41.1.3. Personal Locator Beacon (PLB)
    • 41.1.4. Globalstar satellite telephone
  • 41.2. Antennas
    • 41.2.1. Broadband whip antenna
    • 41.2.2. 5/8 wave UHF or VHF antenna w radial ground plane
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  • 42.1. Ruggedized computer for GPS controlled moving map callup, email messaging and field note taking. Also records high resolution GPS track for playback into Maximog mapping system when not communicating in real time.
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  • 43.1. 12 channel GPS receiver with differential correction
  • 43.2. Moving map display with speech synthesizer into audio system
  • 43.3. Extended memory cards for terrain database storage and waypoint recording
  • 43.4. Plug
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Anti-Theft alarm and transponder
  • Anti-Theft alarm and transponder
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  • 45.1. Ruggedized forward looking video camera
  • 45.2. Microwave video transmitter
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