Military Humvee

PORTABLE FUEL CELLS FOR
ON-BOARD POWER SUPPLY TO FIELD-BASED CHARGING


portable, reliable energy supply

on demand, silent power with minimal heat signature


significant on-demand power and camp based charging stations

ALL THE BENEFITS WITHOUT
THE DOWNSIDE

soldier.png

PORTABLE FUEL CELLS FOR DISMOUNTED OPERATIONS

EXTEND THE MISSION

DELIVERING MISSION POWER

The SFC EMILY fuel cell, connected directly to the vehicle batteries, takes care of the on-board power supply of a stationary vehicle when the engine is not running. Electrical peak loads are compensated directly from the battery, while the SFC EMILY continuously monitors demand and load and, if necessary, recharges independently.

In addition to the applications in and on vehicles, which are increasingly in demand, EMILY is used to supply power for mobile and stationary defence applications. It is suitable for remote use and as a battery charger in the field. The SFC EMILY can be directly connected to the Power Manager 3G with an accessory cable. Remote from the vehicle, it can therefore power applications such as radios, radar and weapons systems or at the same time recharge several batteries.

 

With extremely low consumption, less than 100 ml per hour, providing 2.2 kWh of electricity per day and weighing only 12.5 kg, EMILY is your in-field power source.

COMMON QUESTIONS

For which applications is the SFC EMILY 3000 used?

The SFC EMILY 3000 takes care of the on-board power supply for stationary vehicles without a running engine and is connected directly to the on-board battery. Electrical peak loads are compensated directly from the battery, while the SFC EMILY 3000 continuously monitors this and, if necessary, recharges independently. In addition to the applications in and on vehicles, which are increasingly in demand, the SFC EMILY 3000 is used to supply power for mobile and stationary defence applications. It is suitable for remote use and as a battery charger in the field. Remote from the vehicle, it can therefore power applications such as radios, radar and weapons systems and at the same time recharge several batteries.

What do I need to pay attention to when installing the SFC EMILY 3000?

When selecting the installation space, sufficient supply air and removal of waste heat/exhaust air must be ensured. Please also check that there is enough space for the fuel cartridge and the device itself.

Are SFC fuel cells suitable for on-board power supply?

Yes, for surveillance missions and covert operations, SFC Energy supplies fuel cells for vehicle integration. These systems provide a reliable power supply to electronic devices in emergency, command and multipurpose vehicles. Their silent operation minimizes the risk of being detected based on the sound and heat signature. These fuel cells are available as military ruggedized (SFC EMILY 3000) as well as industrial devices (EFOY Pro) for official use.

Can SFC fuel cells be operated in a driving vehicle?

Yes, SFC fuel cells are approved for operation in motor vehicles. Leading vehicle manufacturers install the devices in vehicles ex works.

What are the benefits of fuel cells for vehicle-based applications?

The benefits at a glance:

  • Weight reduction

  • Noise reduction

  • Smaller footprint

  • Considerably reduced operating costs

  • Reduced particle emissions

  • Vehicle is charged directly at the place of use

  • No garage or charging equipment required

What kind of emissions are released when the SFC EMILY 3000 is operated?

At full power, the SFC EMILY 3000 emits CO2 approximately corresponding to what a human breathes when playing sports.

 

Can several fuel cartridges be connected to one SFC EMILY 3000?

Yes, the DuoCartSwitch is used to connect up to two fuel cartridges with the EMILY 3000. The DuoCartSwitch is available as an additional accessory. It has to be activated before use. 

For more information on our
PORTABLE FUEL CELLS FOR MOUNTED OPERATIONS


contact us at
info@mySmartFuelCell.com

soldier icon.jpg

PORTABLE FUEL CELLS FOR DISMOUNTED OPERATIONS

reason to use our fuel cells.png
Power Management.png