AN/PRC-148 6.8Ah Hi Cap. Battery (Thales OEM brand)

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Quick Description:Thales AN/PRC-148, AN/PRC-161 Rechargeable 6.8 Lithium-Ion Battery

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS 

  • Long-Life Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery 6.8 Ah
  • Part Numbers: 1600842-9 (without twist on cap) 
  • Watt Hour Rating: 72Wh typical 
  • Nominal Capacity: 6800mAh at 25°C
  • Mission Life: 15 hours run time at 5W with AN/PRC-148 MBITR and >12 hours with AN/PRC-148 JEM using TIA-603B duty cycle (80:10:10) @25°C 
  • Water Submersion: Tested to 20 Meters for 2 Hours

CHARGING PARAMETERS

  • Texas Instruments Impedance TrackTM
  • <1% error in battery lifetime,
  • Does not need Calibration Cycle
  • Over Discharge Zero-Voltage Charge Capable 

  CYCLE LIFE:

  • After 300 full charge/discharge cycle, the battery will have > 70% of its nominal capacity
  • Equivalent Lithium Content (ELC): 6.12 grams
  • Testing and certification: United Nations Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Manual of Tests and criteria, part III subsection 38.3, class 9, Lithium batteries

PHYSICAL & ELECTRICAL PROPERITES

  • Finish: Matte Black
  • Height: 3.28 inches (8.33 cm)
  • Width: 2.63 inches (6.68 cm)
  • Depth: 1.52 inches (3.86 cm)
  • Volume: <13.5 cubic inches (221.2 cubic cm)
  • Weight: < .84 lb (381.0 g)
  • Voltage: 10.8V nominal
  • Peak Current: 8A

ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS 

  • Operating Temperature: -30 to +60°C (Reduced run time at lower temperatures)Storage Temperature: -40 to +71°C - (storage for long periods at extreme temperatures will cause degradation in performance)
  • Humidity: 95% non-condensing relative humidity at +60°C Per MIL- STD-810F, Method 507.4
  • Altitude: 37,000 (MIL-STD-810F) and 11.6kPa (50,000 feet) UN/ DOT
  • Immersion: 20 meters (MIL-STD-810F)
  • Drop: Per MIL-STD-810F, 1 meter on smooth concrete
  • Salt Fog: Per MIL-STD-810F, Method 509.4, Procedure I, battery shal be operational without corrosion when attached to AN/PRC-148 radio, or with the approved protective cap fitted to battery

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Short Circuit Charge Protection
  • Over Current Charge Protection
  • Individual Cell over Voltage Protection
  • Battery Pack over Voltage Protection
  • Individual Cell under Voltage Protection
  • Battery Pack under Voltage (Over Discharge) Protection
  • Reverse Polarity Charge Protection
  • ESD protection per EN6100-4-2:2001-4 8KV contact and 15KV air
  • Charge Temperature: 0 to 50°C
  • Compatible with AN/PRC-161 BATS-D Radio
<h2><strong>1.1  Environmental</strong><strong> </strong></h2>
<h3>1.1.1 <strong>Operating Temperature</strong></h3>
<p>SYS39 The battery shall operate in ambient temperatures ranging from -20 degrees C to +60 degrees C when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 502.5 (Low Temperature), Procedure II, and Method 501.5 (High Temperature), Procedure II. </p>
<h3>1.1.2 <strong>Storage Temperature</strong></h3>
<p>SYS40 The battery shall  be operational after exposure to storage temperatures from -40 degrees C to +71 degrees C when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 502.5 (Low Temperature), Procedure I, and Method 501.5 (High Temperature), Procedure I. </p>
<h3>1.1.3 <strong>Relative Humidity</strong></h3>
<p>SYS41 The battery shall operate during exposure to relative humidity from 5% to 95% non-condensing and ambient temperature between +20 and +55 degrees C when tested according to MIL-STD-810G Method 507.5 Procedure I – Induced (storage and Transit) and natural cycles  (B2) for Non-Hazardous Item, </p>
<h3>1.1.4 <strong>Vibration (loose cargo)</strong></h3>
<p>SYS42 The Battery shall suffer no damage or degradation in performance after being subjected to the loose cargo vibration test as defined in MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6 Procedure II, category 5. </p>
<h3>1.1.5 <strong>Vibration (General Vibration, Operational Service)</strong></h3>
<p>SYS43 The battery shall operate during and after testing to MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6 Procedure I (General vibration, operational service), Category 20 (Ground Mobile), using the cargo bed in wheeled vehicles vibration spectra (Figure 514.6C-3/Table 514.6C-VI).  (Objective)</p>
<h3>1.1.5.1 <strong>Vibration (General Vibration, minimal Integrity)</strong></h3>
<p>The battery shall operate after exposure to vibration profiles for minimal integrity testing when tested in accordance with MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.6, Category 24, the minimum integrity vibration profile (Figure 514.6E-1 (7.7 grms, 1 hr/axis, all three axes). (Treshold)</p>
<h3>1.1.6 <strong>Shock (Transit Drop)</strong></h3>
<p>SYS44 The  battery shall suffer no degradation in performance after being subjected to the Transit Drop test of shock testing when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Test Method 516.6, Procedure IV with a 48" drop onto 2-inch thick plywood backed by concrete. </p>
<h3>1.1.7 <strong>Altitude (Low Pressure, Transport)</strong></h3>
<p>SYS45 The battery shall operate after exposure to altitudes up to 40,000 feet above sea level at an ambient temperature of -40 degrees C and tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 500.5 (Low Pressure, Altitude), Procedure I. </p>
<h3>1.1.8 <strong>Altitude (Low Pressure Operation while in Transport)</strong></h3>
<p>SYS45.1 The Battery shall operate during exposure to unpressurized altitude of 30,000 feet for a period of at least 10 minutes when tested according to MIL-STD-810G Method 500.5 Procedure II. </p>
<h3>1.1.9 <strong>Salt Fog</strong></h3>
<p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"></span>SYS46 The battery shall be resistant to the corrosive effects of salt-sea atmosphere when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 509.5 Procedure I for four periods of 24 hours each, alternating wet and dry. </p>
<h3>1.1.10 <strong>Immersion </strong></h3>
<p> SYS47 The integrity and performance of the Battery shall not be affected during and after immersion in salt water to a depth of 20 meters for 2 hours minimum in accordance with MIL-STD-810G, Method 512.5, Procedure I – Immersion. The battery must be tested while attached to a radio. </p>
<h3>1.1.11 <strong>Materials</strong></h3>
<p>SYS47.1 Any materials used in the construction of the battery shall not exhibit any rust or corrosion, or degrade in any way due to exposure to salt water. </p>
<h3>1.1.12 <strong>Blowing Dust </strong></h3>
<p>SYS49 The Battery, while attached to the Radio, shall not be damaged by exposure to fine dust particles in wind speeds of 1,750 feet per minute when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Test Method 510.5, Procedure I. </p>
<h3>1.1.13 <strong>Blowing Sand</strong></h3>
<p>SYS50 The Battery, while attached to the Radio, shall not be damaged by exposure to sand particles, in wind speeds of 5,700 feet per minute when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Test Method 510.5, Procedure II. </p>
<h3>1.1.14 <strong>Fungus</strong></h3>
<p>SYS51 The Battery shall withstand, in both operating and non-operating conditions, exposure to fungus growth as encountered in tropical climate IAW MIL-STD-810G, Method 508.6. </p>
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<h2><strong>1.2 EMI/EMC</strong></h2>
<h3>1.2.1 <strong>RFI Protection</strong></h3>
<p>SYS52 The battery, when installed in the Radio, shall not exceed the radiated emissions limits defined in, RE102 limit for ground applications per MIL-STD-461F,( Figure RE102-4 curve "Navy Mobile and Army" </p>
<h2><strong>1.3 ESD</strong><strong></strong></h2>
<h2>1.3.1 <strong>ESD</strong></h2>
<p>  SYS53 The battery shall operate following exposure to personnel-borne ESD Human Body Model per EN 61000-4-2 defined as: contact discharge at voltage of +/-4,000V, capacitance of 150 +/-5% pF and series resistance of 330 +/- 5% Ohms. </p>
<h2><strong style="font-size: 1.5em;">1.4 </strong><strong style="font-size: <h2>Safety</strong></h3>
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<h2>1.4.1  <strong style="font-size: 1.17em;">Short Circuit Protection</strong></h3>
<p>SYS54 The battery shall be protected against short circuits between any contacts. </p>
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<h3>1.4.2  <strong>Short Circuit Protection</strong></h3>
<p>SYS55 When the battery senses a short circuit condition, the battery shall disconnect the cells from the positive contact on the radio interface. </p>
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<h3>1.4.3 <strong>Return to Operation</strong></h3>
<p>SYS56 After a short circuit condition has been successfully detected, averted, and removed, the battery shall automatically return to the normal operational state. </p>
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<h3>1.4.4 <strong>Unintentional Discharge – Charger</strong></h3>
<p>SYS57 For the charging contacts, the battery shall be protected from an unintentional discharge via a current limiting diode (or equivalent) in series with the positive contact. </p>
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<h3>1.4.5 <strong>Unintentional Discharge – Radio</strong></h3>
<p>SYS58 For the radio contacts, the battery shall be protected from an unintentional discharge via a protective cover during storage and shipment. </p>
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<h2><strong>1.5 </strong><strong>Certifications</strong><strong></strong></h2>
<h3>1.5.1 <strong>DOT Testing</strong></h3>
<p>SYS61 The Battery shall be certified for transportation per Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements and UN Part III, Subsection 38.3, Tests 1 to 5 and 7. </p>
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1.1  Environmental 

1.1.1 Operating Temperature

SYS39 The battery shall operate in ambient temperatures ranging from -20 degrees C to +60 degrees C when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 502.5 (Low Temperature), Procedure II, and Method 501.5 (High Temperature), Procedure II. 

1.1.2 Storage Temperature

SYS40 The battery shall  be operational after exposure to storage temperatures from -40 degrees C to +71 degrees C when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 502.5 (Low Temperature), Procedure I, and Method 501.5 (High Temperature), Procedure I. 

1.1.3 Relative Humidity

SYS41 The battery shall operate during exposure to relative humidity from 5% to 95% non-condensing and ambient temperature between +20 and +55 degrees C when tested according to MIL-STD-810G Method 507.5 Procedure I – Induced (storage and Transit) and natural cycles  (B2) for Non-Hazardous Item, 

1.1.4 Vibration (loose cargo)

SYS42 The Battery shall suffer no damage or degradation in performance after being subjected to the loose cargo vibration test as defined in MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6 Procedure II, category 5. 

1.1.5 Vibration (General Vibration, Operational Service)

SYS43 The battery shall operate during and after testing to MIL-STD-810G Method 514.6 Procedure I (General vibration, operational service), Category 20 (Ground Mobile), using the cargo bed in wheeled vehicles vibration spectra (Figure 514.6C-3/Table 514.6C-VI).  (Objective)

1.1.5.1 Vibration (General Vibration, minimal Integrity)

The battery shall operate after exposure to vibration profiles for minimal integrity testing when tested in accordance with MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.6, Category 24, the minimum integrity vibration profile (Figure 514.6E-1 (7.7 grms, 1 hr/axis, all three axes). (Treshold)

1.1.6 Shock (Transit Drop)

SYS44 The  battery shall suffer no degradation in performance after being subjected to the Transit Drop test of shock testing when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Test Method 516.6, Procedure IV with a 48" drop onto 2-inch thick plywood backed by concrete. 

1.1.7 Altitude (Low Pressure, Transport)

SYS45 The battery shall operate after exposure to altitudes up to 40,000 feet above sea level at an ambient temperature of -40 degrees C and tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 500.5 (Low Pressure, Altitude), Procedure I. 

1.1.8 Altitude (Low Pressure Operation while in Transport)

SYS45.1 The Battery shall operate during exposure to unpressurized altitude of 30,000 feet for a period of at least 10 minutes when tested according to MIL-STD-810G Method 500.5 Procedure II. 

1.1.9 Salt Fog

 SYS46 The battery shall be resistant to the corrosive effects of salt-sea atmosphere when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Method 509.5 Procedure I for four periods of 24 hours each, alternating wet and dry. 

1.1.10 Immersion 

 SYS47 The integrity and performance of the Battery shall not be affected during and after immersion in salt water to a depth of 20 meters for 2 hours minimum in accordance with MIL-STD-810G, Method 512.5, Procedure I – Immersion. The battery must be tested while attached to a radio. 

1.1.11 Materials

SYS47.1 Any materials used in the construction of the battery shall not exhibit any rust or corrosion, or degrade in any way due to exposure to salt water. 

1.1.12 Blowing Dust 

SYS49 The Battery, while attached to the Radio, shall not be damaged by exposure to fine dust particles in wind speeds of 1,750 feet per minute when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Test Method 510.5, Procedure I. 

1.1.13 Blowing Sand

SYS50 The Battery, while attached to the Radio, shall not be damaged by exposure to sand particles, in wind speeds of 5,700 feet per minute when tested according to MIL-STD-810G, Test Method 510.5, Procedure II. 

1.1.14 Fungus

SYS51 The Battery shall withstand, in both operating and non-operating conditions, exposure to fungus growth as encountered in tropical climate IAW MIL-STD-810G, Method 508.6. 

 

1.2 EMI/EMC

1.2.1 RFI Protection

SYS52 The battery, when installed in the Radio, shall not exceed the radiated emissions limits defined in, RE102 limit for ground applications per MIL-STD-461F,( Figure RE102-4 curve "Navy Mobile and Army" 

1.3 ESD 

1.3.1 ESD

  SYS53 The battery shall operate following exposure to personnel-borne ESD Human Body Model per EN 61000-4-2 defined as: contact discharge at voltage of +/-4,000V, capacitance of 150 +/-5% pF and series resistance of 330 +/- 5% Ohms. 

1.4 Safety

 1.4.1 Short Circuit Protection

SYS54 The battery shall be protected against short circuits between any contacts. 

1.4.2  Short Circuit Protection

SYS55 When the battery senses a short circuit condition, the battery shall disconnect the cells from the positive contact on the radio interface. 

 

1.4.3 Return to Operation

SYS56 After a short circuit condition has been successfully detected, averted, and removed, the battery shall automatically return to the normal operational state. 

 

1.4.4 Unintentional Discharge – Charger

SYS57 For the charging contacts, the battery shall be protected from an unintentional discharge via a current limiting diode (or equivalent) in series with the positive contact. 

 

1.4.5 Unintentional Discharge – Radio

SYS58 For the radio contacts, the battery shall be protected from an unintentional discharge via a protective cover during storage and shipment. 


1.5 Certifications 

1.5.1 DOT Testing

SYS61 The Battery shall be certified for transportation per Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements and UN Part III, Subsection 38.3, Tests 1 to 5 and 7. 

 

 


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