EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES CONTINUED
Versalink loader arm with hydraulically-activated quick coupler that allows for easy and quick connection
and disconnection of work tools without the need for operator to leave cab
m. Lift and tiedown provisions conforming to MIL-STD-209K, Department of Defense Interface Standard for
Lifting and Tiedown Provisions
n. NATO slave receptacle
o. Work Area Vision System (WAVS) - A 115 degree color camera, mounted at rear of machine to provide
rear vision to operator
p. Color LCD monitor in operator station
q. Mounting provisions for M16A1, M16A2, or M4 rifle; and portable fire extinguisher.
4. The loader is transportable as follows:
a. Without reconfiguration, it can be driven onto C-5 and C-17 aircraft and transported by Association of
American Railroads (AAR) rail.
b. With ROPS/FOPS and exhaust stack removed, with one rear counterweight relocated onto the MP bucket,
and with the remaining three counterweights removed, it can be driven onto C-130 aircraft.
With ROPS/FOPS and exhaust stack removed, it can be transported by highway and Gabarit International
de Chargement (GIC) rail.
d. Marine vessels can also transport the 924H Wheel Loader.
6. Machines that operate in extreme cold weather, from -25 to -40°F (-32 to -40°C), are factory equipped with an
arctic cold weather starting aid system which includes:
a. A diesel-fired engine coolant heater, and
b. Heavy-duty batteries.