ARMY TM 9-6115-604-12
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-633-12
Table 2-13. Remote Control Panels, Controls and Instruments (Continued)
Figure 2-21, 21
MASTER SWITCH S9R
When set to START the starter motors
will crank and the engine will start.
When set to STOP, engine fuel supply is
cut off and the engine stops. When re-
leased, this spring loaded switch moves
to the RUN position.
Figure 2-21, 22
GEN/BUS VOLTMETER switch
Used with AC KILOVOLTS meter
M101 R to read generator set or bus
Figure 2-21, 23
TEL JACK J15R
Allows for voice communication, via
headsets, between RCM and the gener-
ator set engine compartment.
Figure 2-21, 24
AMMETER switch S114R
Used with AC AMPERES meter M102R
to read current output of a selected
SECTION II . OPERATION OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
2-8. GENERAL This section provides step-by-step procedures for operating the generator set in conjunction with the
remote control module (rcm).
2-9. OPERATION WITH THE REMOTE CONTROL MODULE. The remote control module allows operation of the
generator set from distances up to 100 feet (30 meters) The function and normal readings/settings of controls and
instruments on the remote control module panel are described in Table 2-13 and Illustrated In Figure 2-21.
Connection Procedure for Using Remote Control Module Refer to paragraph 5-3.
Use of Remote Control Module.
Refer to Figure 2-22 for single unit remote operation.
Refer to Figure 2-23 for stopping the generator set using the RCM.
Refer to Figure 2-24 and Figure 2-25 for parallel remote operation In manual mode.
Refer to Figure 2-26 for removing a generator set from parallel operation when using the RCM.
Emergency Stopping To stop the generator set from the remote control module In an emergency, press the
EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN pushbutton S7R (17, Figure 2-21 , Table 2-13) Prior to starting a generator set
shut down In this manner, manually reset the air control valve In accordance with Figure 3-21.