2.3.6 Connecting Control and Power Cables
Potential 208 VAC shock hazard. Do not disconnect or connect control or power cables while
Generator Set 1 or 2 is running.
Always install protective covers on control and power cables when cables are
disconnected. Failure to observe this warning could result In severe personal-
Injury or death by electrocution.
The Generator Set 150 kW is connected to the EPP III by one control cable and four power cables. At the EPP III, the
cables are permanently connected to the power distribution unit. At the Generator Set 150 kW, the cables are coupled
to receptacles on the control cabinet assembly.
a. Connect control cable as follows:
(1) Remove protective cap (1, figure 2-1 2) from control cable connector.
Remove protective cap (2) from J9 PARALLEL OPERATION receptacle.
(3) Insert control cable into J9 PARALLEL OPERATION receptacle and tighten threaded coupling.
The locking switches for receptacles L1 (ØA), L2 (ØB), L3 (ØC) and N cannot be
closed unless the cable connector threaded couplings have been propperly
b. Connect control cables as follows:
(1) Remove protective covers (11). (12), (13), and (14) from power cable connectors L1, L2, L3 and N.
(2) Insert power cable L1 (3, figure 2-12) into L1 (ØA) receptacle (4) and tighten threaded coupling.
Insert power cable L2 (5) into L2 (ØB) receptacle (6) and tighten threaded coupling.
(4) Insert power cable L3 (7) into L3 (ØC) receptacle (8) and tighten threaded coupling.
(5) Insert power cable N (9) into N receptacle (10) and tighten threaded coupling.