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There are several configurations of the commander's power distribution panel on the M1A1 tank. Most of them can be tested using the direct support electrical system test set (DSESTS DSESTS Direct Support Electrical System Test Set (US DoD) ) with the operator interface unit (OIU).

The only exception is the latest panel, NSN 6110-01-497-3343 (PN 12549797-3). That panel can be tested only using the DSESTS with the common support function module (CSFM CSFM Commercial Spent Fuel Management
CSFM Combined Support Functions Module
) using DSPS DSPS Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome
DSPS Director, Security Plans and Service (US DoD) 
 32.1 software.

If your unit has the new panel, but does not have the capability to test it, go to the PM Combat Systems website: http://www.teamarmordiagnostics.com

MY POWER DISTRIBUTION PANEL IS ON THE FRITZ! CAN YOU TEST IT?

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IT DEPENDS ON WHAT CONFIGURATION YOU HAVE. LET ME TAKE A LOOK.

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ONCE THERE, CLICK ON POINTS OF CONTACT IN THE LEFT-HAND COLUMN.

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THE POCS POCs Products of conception, see there  ARE LISTED UNDER ABRAMS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE AND WOLVERINE AND INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT A composite of all the support considerations necessary to assure the effective and economical support of a system for its life cycle. It is an integral part of all other aspects of system acquisition and operation. Also called ILS. .

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Title Annotation:M1A1 Tank ...; testing distribution panels
Publication:PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly
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Date:Dec 1, 2005
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