2-10. OPERATION WITH THE REMOTE CONTROL MODULE AND CABLE. Addition of the remote control module
and cable allows operation of the engine/generator set from distances of up to 100 feet (30 meters). The purpose and
location of controls on the remote control module panel are described in table 2-5 and illustrated in figure 2-13. It should
be noted that the controls on the remote control module are almost identical to those on the generator control panel.
a. Connection Procedure for Using Remote Control Module and Cable.
Do not attempt to make connections to the control cubicle while generator set is in operation.
(1) Connect the remote control cable to the remote control module by connecting plug P4 to receptacle J4, plug P1
to receptacle J1, and plug P2 to receptacle J2.
(2) Connect the other end of the remote control cables to the back side of generator set control cubicle by
connecting plug P4 to receptacle J4, plug P1 to receptacle J1, and plug P2 to receptacle J2.
(3) Remove terminal board jumper connections in control cubicle as shown in figure 2-14.
b. Use of Remote Control Module. Figures 2-15, 2-16, 2-17, and 2-18 provide preparation, starting, stopping and
operating instructions for generator set equipped with a remote control module.
c. Emergency Stopping. To stop the generator set from the remote control module in an emergency, place the
EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN switch in the ON position.
Table 2-5. Remote Control Panel, Controls and Instruments
CONTROL AND INSTRUMENT
VOLT ADJ INCREASE-
Permits adjustment of
generator set voltage
BATTLE SHORT lamp
Indicates BATTLE SHORT
switch is ON.
Selects BUSS 1-2, GEN
1-2, GEN 2-3, BUSS
2-3, GEN 3-1, and
FREQ ADJ INCREASE-
Switch to adjust gene-
rator at frequency
VOLTS AC meter
Indicates AC output
HERTZ frequency meter
Indicates generator set.
frequency in Hz.
51.8 Hz 58.2
Selects phase 1, 2 or 3.