2.6 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
2.6.1 EMERGENCY Shutdown.
Remove key from MASTER SWITCH (11, figure 2-20).
2.6.2 BATTLE SHORT Operation.
220.127.116.11 Fault indication and Shutdown.
If the BATTLE SHORT switch (9, figure 2-20) is turned on during operation (BATTLE SHORT lamp (10)
lights up), the Generator Set 150 kW will not shut down if the following faults are indicated:
BATTERY CHARGING CONTROL (6),
OIL PRESSURE (7),
OIL TEMP-CYLINDER HEAD (8),
UNDER/OVER VOLTAGE (2),
GENERATOR OVER TEMPERATURE (3).
The Generator Set 150 kW will shut down if the following faults are indicated:
UNDER/OVER FREQUENCY (1),
REVERSE POWER (5).
18.104.22.168 Damage to System Components.
If operation continues for long periods despite the presence of suppressed faults, system components
can be damaged or destroyed:
BATTERY CHARGING CONTROL
Insufficient charging can cause deep discharge and damage to the battery set.
Insufficient oil pressure can damage or destroy the diesel engine.
OIL TEMP-CYLINDER HEAD
The diesel engine can be damaged or destroyed if oil and/or cylinder head temperature is too high.
Voltages received by load units (ECS and RCS) will be too high or too low.
GENERATOR OVER TEMPERATURE
Overheating of the stator winding can damage or destroy the synchonous generator.
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