ARMY TM 9-6115-464-12
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-445-1
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-624-12
Remove driving stud and install another section of ground rod, making sure that it seats on first section.
Install another coupling and driving stud. Drive the ground rod until the new coupling is just above ground
Use a minimum of three sections of 3 foot length ground rods. Add aditional sections until ground rod
has been driven suficiently deep to provide effective ground.
Remove driving stud and top coupling.
Connect clamp and ground cable to ground rod and securely tighten screw.
Lethal voltages are present et the load connection board of the generator
set during operation. Do not attempt to connect or disconnect load leads
while the generator set Is operating. Do not attempt to connect or discon-
nect load leads with the generator set shutdown and the load connected to
another power source or while the generator set is parallel to another which
Open the left access door to the generator compartment and remove the safety cover from the load ter-
minal board (Figure 1-5).
Insert load leads through plate and sleeve assembly (Figure 1-5) located to the left of the generator set
A 208 or 416 Vac three phase load may be connected between terminals marked L1, L2, L3, and
L0 (Figure 2-4).
The load terminals will accommodate 2-wire single phase and 4-wire, 3 phase
loads. One or more single phase loads can be served alone or in combinations
with 3 phase loads; but the load on any one phase must not exceed 100 percent
of the current rating of that phase.
Phase rotation for three phase loads is L1, L2, L3.
After load connection, tighten binding nuts with plastic/phenolic box end wrench
and install safety cover. Refer to paragraph 2-5 and check that the reconnection
board is set for proper voltage.
Auxiliaty Fuel Source Connection.
(1) Connect the auxiliary fuel line to the generator set auxiliary fuel supply connection (Figure 1-5) located
below the integral tank filler cap.
(2) Connect the auxiliary fuel line to the auxiliary fuel source.
(3) Position the fuel selector valve (Figure 1-5) in the AUXILIARY position.