1.14.3 BATTLE SHORT Mode.
BATTLE SHORT mode is activated by the BATTLE SHORT switch (S21) in the control cabinet (or the
BATTLE SHORT switch in the ECS) (figure FO-1).
When BATTLE SHORT mode is active, auxiliary contactor K11 in the control cabinet is excited:
The BATTLE SHORT indicator light (H17) is connected to +Vreg through N-O contact 43-44, and
lights up; +24 V is applied through N-O contacts 13-14 and 23-24 to connector 50 of starter 1M1, i.e.
in BATTLE SHORT mode the starter can be turned on with the GLOWPLUG/START rotary switch;
N-C contact 51-52 is open: the coil of K2 is disconnected from +24 V and K2 cannot energize;
N-C contact 81-82 is open: K5 cannot energize if K8 or K9 is excited;
N-C contact 61-62 is open: K12 cannot energize.
18.104.22.168 Fault Shutdowns and Indications.
If the faults marked with a * occur in BATTLE SHORT mode, K11 prevents main contactor K1 from shut-
ting down (table 1-4). If the unmarked faults occur in BATTLE SHORT mode, the interlock chain is inter-
rupted and main contactor K1 shuts down voltages to control cabinet assembly receptacles L1 (OA), L2
(OB) L3 (OC) and N (paragraph 22.214.171.124). in BATTLE SHORT mode there is no restriction on fault in-
Table 1-4 BATTLE SHORT Mode.
BATTERY CHARGING CONTROL (H2)
OIL PRESSURE (H3)
OIL TEMP-CYLINDER HEAD (H4)
AIR FILTER (H5)
UNDER/OVER VOLTAGE (H9)
GENERATOR OVER TEMPERATURE (H10)
UNDER/OVER FREQUENCY (H8)
REVERSE POWER (H11)
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