12-24 Volt Kit 24 Volt Kit
Personnel at Texas National Guard FMS-15 used
a NATO START TM to jump-start a LMTV that was known to have a dead set of batteries and possibly a defective alternator. As the video reveals, the vehicle quickly started with the unit's on board LED voltage meter revealing that the alternator was putting out 27.5 volts. With this information they determined that only the set of starting batteries needed replacement. Three additional LMTVs were started or diagnosed with the unit in less than 15 minutes.
Note: A stainless steel "push-to-test switch" was added after the above video was made.