LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS - Continued
ELECTRONIC MODULAR CONTROL PANEL
The TQG EMCP (Figure 1, Sheet 3, Item 13) contains controls and indicators for monitoring TQG operation.
Located at the rear end of the generator set, the EMCP contains the Generator Set Control (GSC) (Figure 1, Sheet
3, Item 14), an alarm module (Figure 1, Sheet 3, Item 15), and a Digital Voltage Regulator (DVR) (Figure 1, Sheet
3, Item 16). EMCP displays and indicators allow the user to monitor all engine and generator functions with alarms
and identification of malfunctions. Malfunction/Symptom Indices in Troubleshooting work packages identify the
malfunctions. The GSC monitors the output frequency of the generator and controls the engine speed to maintain
a constant output frequency, regardless of load. The PUSH TO STOP EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton (Figure 1,
Sheet 3, Item 17) shuts down the TQG immediately when it is pushed.
The PARALLELING RECEPTACLES panel is located to the left of the EMCP. The paralleling receptacles (Figure
1, Sheet 3, Item 18) are used to connect the paralleling cable between 100/200 kW generator sets of the same
family. This 100kW generator set maybe paralleled to another 100kW generator set or paralleled to a 200kW
Two convenience receptacles (Figure 1, Sheet 3, Item 19) are located to the left of the EMCP on the
PARALLELING RECEPTACLES panel. The receptacles rated 120 Vac, 15A are available at all times during
generator operation. The receptacles are protected by a GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (Figure 1,
Sheet 3, Item 20) with TEST and RESET functions. The frequency of the output voltage at the convenience
receptacle outlets is set by generator frequency and will be 50 Hz or 60 Hz.
DEAD CRANK SWITCH
The dead crank switch (Figure 1, Sheet 4, Item 22) is located inside the generator housing at the left rear. During
maintenance, the dead crank switch allows the engine to be cranked without starting the engine.
NATO SLAVE RECEPTACLE
The NATO slave receptacle (Figure 1, Sheet 4, Item 23) is located on the left side (front) of the TQG. It is used for
24 Vdc slave starting.
Two sealed 12 Vdc batteries (Figure 1, Sheet 4, Item 24), located at the front of the generator, are connected in
series. The batteries provide 24 Vdc power for EMCP controls, engine starting, and to the NATO slave receptacle.
These batteries can be disconnected with the Battery Disconnect Switch (Figure 1, Sheet 4, Item 25).
WINTERIZATION KIT (ISSUED TO SELECTED UNITS ONLY)
The winterization kit consists of a fuel-fired heater (Figure 1, Sheet 4, Item 26) to heat engine coolant. The kit also
includes resistor heaters located in EMCP. The fuel-fired heater is controlled with the winterization kit control panel
(Figure 1, Sheet 3, Item 21).