MEP806B – MEP816B Manuals

Identification Data
Description 60 kW TQG, 50/60 Hz, DED, Skid Mtd 60 kW TQG, 400 Hz, DED, Skid Mtd
Model MEP-806B MEP-816B
NSN 6115-01-462-0291 6115-01-462-0292
LIN G12034 G18052
Specification MIL-DTL-53133/9 MIL-DTL-53133/10
SSN M53500 M53500
Trailer mounted configurations PU-805B, Figure A-25; PP-AN/MJQ-41B,Figure A-27; PP-AN/MJQ-1612B, Figure A- 28 PU-806B, Figure A-26PP-AN/MJQ-1632B, Figure A- 29
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions LWH (in) 87 x 36 x 59 (Cube: 106 ft3)
Wet Weight (lbs) 4200 4240
Engine John Deere 6068T151 6 cylinder, 4 cycle Turbo Diesel, 134 horsepower @ 1800 RPM, 24 VDC starter, liquid cooled, electronic governor. EPA certified
Instrumentation Digital controls
Fuels Diesel DL-1, DL-2; Jet Fuel JP-8. Fuel tank: 43 gallons.
Performance Characteristics
Power Rating 60kW (50kW @ 50Hz), 0.8 pf@ 4000ft/120°F; 110% Max Power; De-rate: 3.5%/1000ft fm 4000 – 8000ft
Environmental Capability -25°F (-50°F With Winterization Kit) to 125°F, rain, humidity, altitude, sand/dust, transportation, cold storage: -60°F, salt spray, fungus, 15° incline.
Protective Devices. Automatic shut down with emergency bypass for low oil pressure, coolant high-temperature, low fuel, over-speed, and over-voltage
Fuel Consumption 4.7 gph @ rated load. 4.9 gph @ rated load.
Human Factors MIL-STD-1474.
Noise 70 dBA @ 7 meters (23 ft).
Reliability (MTBF) 606 hr @ 80% LCL 542 hr @ 80% LCL
Maintenance Ratio less than 0.05
Electrical Characteristics
Connection 120/208V, 3ph, 4 wire 240/416V, 3ph, 4 wire Freq adj range
Volt adj range (50 Hz) 190 – 213 V 380 – 426 V 48 – 52 Hz
Volt adj range (60 Hz) 197 – 240 V 395 – 480 V 58 – 62 Hz
Volt adj range (400Hz) 197 – 229 V 395 – 458 V 390 – 410 Hz
Electrical Drip proof generator enclosure, fungus & moisture treated, solid state voltage regulator, solderless connectors, Marathon (60Hz)/Lim (400Hz) a brushless generator.
Electrical Performance
Electric Power Quality AC Voltage Frequency
50/60 Hz 400 Hz 50/60 Hz 400 Hz
Regulation 1% 0.25%
Modulation 1%
Short term steady state stability (30 sec) 1% bandwidth 0.5% bandwidth
Long term steady state stability (4 hr) 2% bandwidth 1% bandwidth
Application/rejection of rated load , recovery time 15% dip/rise0.5 sec 4% und/over2 sec 1.5%und/over 1 sec
Motor load 30% dip, .7 sec to95% init volt 25% dip, .7 sec to95% init volt
Max waveform deviation factor 5%
Individual waveform harmonic 2%
EMI Meets MIL-STD-461C Part 9
Optional Equipment
Description NSN Tech Bulletin Effect on Dimensions (in)
Winterization kit 6115-01-496-7710 TB9-6115-645-13 None (internal)
Technical Manuals
Description ARMY Air Force Marine Corps
Operators, DS, GS TM 9-6115-672-14 TO 35C2-3-444-32 TM 09244A/09245A-14
RPSTL TM 9-6115-672-24P TO 35C2-3-444-34 TM 09244A/09245A-24P/3
Engine Maintenance TM 9-2815-260-24 TO 38G1-126-2 TM 09244A/09245-24
Engine Parts TM 9-2815-260-24P TO 38G1-126-4 TM 09244A/2815-24P/4
Lube Order LO 9-6115-645-12
Warranty TB 9-6115-672-24

10 thoughts on “MEP806B – MEP816B Manuals

  1. laber-2009 says:

    Hi after 30 minutes working generator frequency fails 50Hz from 400Hz and after 1 minute turn off. What’s the problem?

  2. gmg says:

    First off. You need to test the main output lugs with a multi-meter and not depend on the meters themselves. This is just to rule out bad meters. Odd that overheating affected the electrical, unless you meant to say that the electrical components overheated and fried. In that case, each circuit needs to be tested going to and from the meters.

  3. JACKSON MIGWI says:

    generator was running ok,during summer it overheated,after cooling,i started it and couldnt display AC voltage and FREQUENCY,Second time it displayed,third time it never came back again,help!!!!!

  4. JUSTIN says:

    Pretty easy if I’m not mistaken. Just change the voltage reconnection panel. Line the arrows up to your desired voltage. If that doesn’t work for you, you’ll need to buy another alternator for it.

  5. Jaime Fernandez says:

    Hello, I bought a 1984 MEP-806A generator and it’s wired for 220volt and I need 480volt, is it possible to get instructions so I can rewire for 480?

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