200 kW TACTICAL QUIET GENERATOR SET
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS:
Assembly and Preparation for Use
Initial Adjustments Before Use and Self-Test
NATO Slave Receptacle Start Operation
Parallel Unit Operation (Load Sharing)
Decals and Instruction Plates
Operating Auxiliary Equipment
Preparation for Movement
Tools and Special Tools
DA Form 5988-E
DA PAM 738-750
DD Form 314
SF Form 361
SF Form 368
Select a site that provides or has the following features:
Ample space for maneuvering vehicles that may be used to move trailer-mounted generator set.
Firm, reasonably level; well-drained terrain.
Not adjacent to low areas where exhaust fumes might collect.
Under normal operating conditions, the generator set does not require a shelter.
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE
Notify maintenance to uncrate, unpack the equipment if applicable.
Notify maintenance to inspect equipment for possible damage incurred during shipment. If equipment has been
damaged, report damage on SF Form 361, Transportation Deficiency Report.
Notify maintenance to check equipment against packing slip to see if shipment is complete. Report all differences using
procedure given in DA PAM 738-750.
Notify maintenance to perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (see TM 9-6115-730-24).
If required, notify maintenance to reposition Reconnection Board and reprogram DVR for specified voltage and
frequency and reprogram the GSC set points as determined by the mission.