Section I. OPERATING PROCEDURES
2-1. Power Unit Operating Procedures. The typical mission for any mobile power generating
equipment can be described in three steps or phases. In the first phase, the power unit is towed to the worksite
and installed by unit level technicians (paragraph 4-2). In the second phase of the mission, the operator starts the
generator set, runs it to power a system or equipment, and eventually shuts it down. In the final phase, the power
unit is dismantled, packed up and either moved to a new worksite or returned to standby status (paragraph 4-3).
This final phase is also accomplished by unit level technicians.
a. Generator Set Operating Procedures.
Do not operate power unit generator set until properly grounded (paragraph 4-2, b.)
Serious injury or death by electrocution can result from operating an ungrounded
Operating noise level of generator set can cause hearing damage. Ear protectors, as
recommended by medical or safety officer, must be worn when working near power unit.
To avoid damage to equipment, make certain of voltage, frequency, and phase
requirements of load connected to power unit.
Before starting generator set, do your Before PMCS as described in table 3-2.
Detailed procedures for prestarting, starting, operating, and shutting down the power unit generator set is found in
TM 5-6115-545-12 and on the Operating Instruction data pIate found on the equipment. Refer to the data plate,
located inside the right hand control panel door, to start and run the generator set. Monitor and adjust power
output as required during operation. At the end of the mission, shut down generator set in accordance with
operating instructions on the data plate.
b. Trailer Operating Procedures.
Refer to TM 9-2330-205-14&P for specific operating procedures for the
Section Il. OPERATION OF AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
2-2. Operation of Auxiliary Equipment. There is no auxiliary equipment supplied with the power unit.