2-7 PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT.
2-7.1 Shut Down Generator Set. Refer to paragraph 2-5.3.1 and stop both generator sets.
2-7.2 Disconnection Load an/or Paralleling Cables.
Never attempt to connector disconnect load cables while the generator is
running. Failure to observe this warning could result in severe personal
injury or death by electrocution.
Before connecting the load, determine voltage and frequency requirements
of the system or device that is being supplied with power. Refer to
TM 9-6115-644-10 and verify that voltage reconnection board is in proper
position for voltage requirements and the frequency select switch is in the
proper position. If board requires repositioning notify next higher level of
a. Disconnect power cable W19 from both generator sets.
b. Disconnect parallel cables from both units.
2-7.2.1 Power Unit. Refer to TM 9-6115-644-10 for removal of load cables.
2-7-2.2 Power Plant. Load may be connected to the switch box (figure 2-15) by either of two methods.
One method is to connect the load cable to the J1 connector (6). The other method is to connect load
cables to the load terminals (1, 2, 3, 4, and 5). Disconnect the load cable using the appropriate method.
Disconnect unit A from unit B as follows:
Disconnect power cable (12) as follows:
(1) Disconnect leads from load terminals (9) and remove from power cable sock (10).
(2) Disconnect plug end of power cable (12) from connector J2 (14).
Disconnect paralleling cables as follows:
(1) Disconnect paralleling cables (11) from paralleling receptacles (7) on both generator sets. Store
paralleling cable with unit B generator set.
(2) Disconnect end of cable (13) from J16 (8) on unit B generator set and remove from power cable
(3) Disconnect the other end of cable (13) from connector J3 (15) of the switch box located on unit
A. Store paralleling cable with unit A generator set.