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Russia: The newest mobile power plant has been delivered to the air defense communications connection in Buryatia

  • Oct 27, 2021

MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation

The newest mobile power plant, designed on the basis of the KamAZ-5350 off-road vehicle, has entered the compound of the Eastern Military District.

This receipt of equipment was carried out within the framework of the State Defense Order for 2021. It will increase the mobility of communication units when performing special tasks to provide uninterrupted power to control and communication systems.

The mobile power plant is mounted in the van body of the KamAZ-5350 off-road vehicle. It is designed to supply consumers with 380 V three-phase alternating current with a rated power of 30 kW. This mobile power plant is designed to operate in the temperature range from -40 to +50 degrees Celsius and ensures the delivery of current to consumers with specified parameters, automatic switching of the power supply to consumers when the network parameters deviate from the nominal values, as well as remote control and monitoring of the operation of the power supply system of consumers with the workplace of the head of the power plant.

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Vladimir Vinogradov's picture
Vladimir Vinogradov on Oct 28, 2021

Hello. What is the source of energy or fuel for this plant? Could you post a link to the Russian text?

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