(6) Remove switch box from fender of power unit B and stow attaching hardware in accessory
(7) Position switch box assembly on ground halfway between two power units.
(8) Unstrap and remove power cables from fenders of both power units.
When performing step 10, note that the power cables, the individual wires in
the cables, and the generator set load terminals are all marked for identifica
tion. Make certain these markings correspond when connecting power
(9) Connect power cable to each generator set load terminal board as follows:
(a) White wire to load terminal L0.
(b) Black wire to load terminal L1.
(c) Red wire to load terminal L2.
(d) Blue wire to load terminal L3.
(10) Connect both power cables to switch box.
(11) When power plant power units are to be operated in parallel, install paralleling cables
between generator sets and switchbox.
Do not operate power plant until both power units have been properly grounded
(paragraph 4-2, b.) Serious injury or death by electrocution can result from
operating an ungrounded power plant.
To avoid damage to equipment, make certain of voltage, frequency, and
phase requirements of load being connected to power plant.
The following information is applicable when AN/MJQ-15 Power Plant is used
with the TAC-FIRE System. Remove wire No, X13B4N from generator load
connection L0 and ground stud E6 (generator skid base grounding stud). This
wire must be replaced when the generator set is turned back into supply
(12) Connect power plant switch box to system or equipment to be powered. Refer to
(13) Remove quick-release pins securing both power unit personnel platforms and lower