MODERN BURNER UNIT (MBU)
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
Two Person Lift
The Battery Pack weighs approximately 80 pounds (36.3 kg). Two persons must carry the
Battery Pack, lifting with legs, not back, to prevent injury.
Connecting Power Cables In The KCLFF -(E) using the Battery Pack alone . With the Battery Pack
3-Position Function Switch (1) in the OFF position, connect one end of the 25ft Extension Cable (if used
for additional length) (2) to the Battery Pack Power Output Connector (3). Then connect the opposite
end of the 25ft Extension Cable (2) to one end of a 2 Branch power cable (4). If the Extension Cable (2)
is not used, connect one end of the Branch Cable (4) directly to the Power Output Connector (3) of the
Battery Pack. Connect the cable branches (5) to the power-in receptacles (6) of the individual burners.
In order to recharge the batteries when and if necessary, a 24 V DC power source, such as a vehicle or
power converter, should be made available during operation of the MBUs. When the battery pack is used
as the power source to operate the MBUs, the charge indicator lights (7) should be checked frequently to
monitor the condition of the batteries. To recharge the batteries, connect the 25ft NATO Adapter cable to
a vehicle equipped with a NATO connector and the power-in connector on the battery pack as described
later in this work package.
Connecting Power Cables Using The Battery Pack