Nomenclature: S-788 LMS
Part Number: 206620
The Lightweight Multipurpose Shelter (LMS) (shown here on vehicle) is a lightweight, high strength enclosure designed specifically for use on the HMMWV. Selected by the United States Army as its primary electronics platform for wheeled tactical vehicles, the S-788 contains the latest advances in shelter design technology. The rugged design of the S-788 endures demanding off-road military operations while protecting on-board electronics from potential hazards. C-130 drive-on/back-off capability meets your system transportability requirements.
Weighing only 608 lbs. (weight per MIL-PRF-44408 Type I - with mounting kit add 88 lbs., with pintle extension add 50 lbs.), the S-788 is capable of accepting payloads up to 3,330 lbs. This impressive strength-to-weight ratio is the result of innovative material engineering. Panel construction consists of aluminum faced, honeycomb-core, hot-bonded panels on the walls, roof, and floor. With nearly 295 cubic feet of useable interior space, 50% more than the S-250, the S-788 shelter is ideal for most C3I tactical missions.
The S-788 is available in three configurations to meet your specific mission requirements:
Type I - Basic S-788
Type II - S-788 with generator tunnel, escape hatch and CB purge valve
Type III - S-788 with generator tunnel only.
Weight: Type I - 608 lbs.
Type II - 650 lbs.
Type III - 633 lbs.
Payload: 3,300 lbs
Snow and Ice: 40 lbs./sq. ft.
Personnel and Equipment: 660 lbs. over a 2 sq. ft. area
Floor Loads: Uniform - 65 lbs./sq. ft.
Concentrated - 1000 lbs. over a 2 sq. ft. area
Point Load - 125 lbs. over a 1 sq. in. area
Insert Loading: Insert Size: 10-32 | 1/4-20 & up
Torque: 8 ft. lbs. | 10 ft. lbs.
Pullout: 800 lbs. | 1000 lbs.
Operating: -65° F to +125° F plus solar load
Non-operating: -80° F to +160° F
Type I - 0.50 BTU/hr./sq. ft./° F
Type II - 0.56 BTU/hr./sq. ft./° F
Type III - 0.56 BTU/hr./sq. ft./° F
RFI Shielding: Attenuation of 60 dB minimum over 150 kHz to 10 GHz for electric and magnetic fields and plane waves measured IAW MIL-STD-285
Watertightness: Tested to 30 inch fording depth and to simulated rainfall
Lifting Eyes: Four (4) eyes with 3 in. inside clearance. 5,000 lbs. tensile load per corner in any direction
Towing Eyes: Four (4) eyes with 3 in. inside clearance IAW MIL-STD-209
Access Ladder: Standard ladder with external mounting bracket
Roof Access Steps: Four (4) folding steps in sidewall and one roof handhold
Generator tunnel (Type III)
Generator tunnel, escape hatch and CB purge valve (Type II)
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