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NEWS | Nov. 16, 2023

Stryker FOV: Stop Circuit Breaker Tripping

BLUF: Power up the Stryker’s MFoCS2 properly to avoid tripping the FBCB2 circuit breaker.
2nd Cavalry Regiment Battle Group Poland, Stryker armored vehicles sit in the motor pool in Orzysz, Poland
Photo by Charles Rosemond
Crewmen, circuit breaker 81 on your Stryker’s Force XX1 Battle Command Brigade and Below  (FBCB2) can trip if the Mounted Family of Computer Systems (MFoCS2) processor is turned on after the vehicle’s auxiliary power bus is powered up.
Be sure to turn on the MFoCS2 processor power switch before powering on the auxiliary power bus. Find out more information, including detailed instructions on properly powering on the MFoCS2 HERE.
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