How it works
Thales Power Management System puts the vehicle crew in control of their energy use, enabling them to monitor and manage not only the secondary vehicle power system but primary power system as well.
The system helps to minimize equipment malfunctions, power spikes and shutdowns, and proactively optimize your power on-board a vehicle. It provides real-time monitoring of electrical parameters, and alerts the crew to any anomalies, that helps them to identify and address potential problems before the power goes out. These kind of functions are critical in helping the crew on-board a vehicle with issues ranging from improving energy efficiency and reducing power consumption during Silent Watch missions.
The modular and scalable architecture allows to support up to twelve (12) MIL-PRF 32565B compliant 24V Lithium-ion batteries or with the addition of a Thales Battery Sensor up to twelve banks of 2x 12VDC Lead-acid batteries, as well as multiple power sources including alternators, APUs, Solar panels, external chargers, etc.