Battery Idle Control Systems Reinvented!
The Harrison hPower Idle Control System provides power for all of your AC and DC requirements, while satisfying idle mitigation regulations, by seamlessly integrating with the apparatus chassis drivetrain system and electrical system. Through the use of the Harrison hPower Idle Control System, fire departments can reduce fuel costs, excessive engine wear and scene noise, while also promoting cleaner air for the environment and providing operators with cab comfort without running the vehicle’s engine.
Benefits of h Power
- Eliminates recurrent DPF regenerations
- Less on-scene noise
- Reduces fuel consumption
- Requires no maintenance
- Provides less wear on the power train
- Powers optional HVAC system to keep cab cool
The benefits are beyond compelling not only in terms of improved apparatus wear and firefighter comfort but equally so with reduced emissions for the environment.
What is hPower
Parts and Specifications
Included parts in h Power
- Battery Monitoring System Std.
- Battery charger Std.
- (2) Li-ion Batteries Std.
- (3) Li-ion Batteries Opt.
- Display Opt.
- 20 amp DC/AC Inverter w/twist-lok Opt.
Performance specifications for h Power
- 120 minute run time @ 125 amps
- Std Charge via Apparatus alternator
- Rapid Charge via Harrison generator
- Operation via CAN bus or hard wired
Physical information for h Power
Configurations and Options
The apparatus shall be equipped with a Harrison Hydra-Gen hPower Idle Control System (ICS).
The ICS shall be provided in a single environmentally protected enclosure that will house all the required components; external mounting of components is not accepted.
The following components shall be required with the ICS:
- Lithium-Ion Batteries; Lead-acid batteries are not accepted.
- Battery Control Module to monitor and report the battery health.
- System Control Module shall be designed to communicate via CAN data bus or via hardwire.
- Battery charger(s)
- External display
- DC/AC Inverter (optional) with a 20-amp twist-lok mounted in the unit
- The ICS shall have 276-Ah with 2-batteries or 414 Ah with 3-batteries
The ICS shall Std Charge via Apparatus alternator (12 VDC charge version)
The ICS shall Rapid Charge via Harrison generator (120 VAC charge version)
The ICS shall include 2 Lithium-Ion Batteries std with a 3rd battery as optional.
The ICS shall include 1 battery charger for the 12 VDC Standard Charge system.
The ICS shall include 2 battery chargers for the 120 VAC Rapid Charge systems, with an option for a 3rd battery and battery charger.
The ICS shall provide removable service access panels to all serviceable components.
The ICS environmentally protected enclosure shall have a 3” riser to protect it from water intrusion.
The ICS shall have the capability to monitor and display the AC frequency, AC voltage and AC amperage of the inverter per NFPA 1901.
When properly installed, the ICS shall be warranted for a period of not less than (1) year.