OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
When connecting to a 110-220 external power source (commercial), follow the instructions below:
1. Connect the female end of the AC Line Cable to the AC Input on the Power Converter/Battery Charger.
2. Connect the male end of the AC Line Cable to a 110-220 external power source. A European Power
Converter is provided for use with commercial European power sources.
When connecting to a DC power source, follow the instructions below:
1. Connect the NATO Power Cable from the vehicle DC power source to the (4) pin jack on the back of the
DC INPUT Connector Pin Assignments
18 32 VDC positive
*Use MS3476W14-4S for mating connector.
2. Connect the larger connector on NATO Power Cable to the vehicle. Refer to the vehicle operator's
manual for location of this connector.
The European Power Converter and instructions for its use:
The universal power converter adapts equipment's input power cable for use with most facility power outlets
around the world. The universal power adapter can be used with any unit that automatically adjusts to accept
either 115 or 230 volts AC and is equipped with a standard US 115-volt input power cable. The adapter is
equipped with a fuse limiting input current to 13 amps.
Incorrect orientation of the two sections of the universal power adapter
will cause the phase (hot) and neutral lines to be reversed. Reversal of
the hot and neutral lines can cause a shock hazard that can result in death
or serious injury when the universal power adapter is used with non-Miltope
equipment. Orient the two sections as described below and shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 shows the components that comprise the universal power adapter and the use of each item. When
connecting the two sections of the universal power adapter together, the US ground contact should not be aligned
with the UK ground pin. (If the US ground contact is on the bottom, the UK ground pin should be on the top.)
Figure 1. Universal Power Adapter