I have an interest in computers of all kinds with a special interest in military computers.
From Global Security: FM 44-43 Bradley Stinger Fighting Vehicle Platoon Squad Operations\App F: Early Warning):
"The simplified handheld terminal unit (SHTU) is a state-of-the-art military light-weight battery operated, handheld communications terminal designed for "man on the move" operation and providing digital communications over advanced communications systems. The SHTU has a modular and open architecture, allowing for internal and external expansion. Separate numeric keypad and cursor controls provide user friendly operation under adverse conditions. An LCD display provides both bitmappable graphics and text capability."
The label says 6 V and the battery compartment has an adapter that looks like the one used on the PLGR for a BA-5800 Battery. Note while the 5800BA battery adapter holds 8 AA cells, it has a 6 Volt output because they are wired in two parallel strings of 4 cells ( 4ea * 1.5V = 6V).
TM 11-7025-295-12&P 3 DIGITAL COMPUTER CP-1995/U (NSN 7021-01-320-7541) (EIC: N/A) (THIS ITEM IS INCLUDED ON EM 0141)
Fig 4 Guessing wire line interfaces
Fig 5 Label: Radio Communication PC
Upper Left may be main radio interface
Other connectors may be for peripheral devices.
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