High voltage is present in this equiprnent during operation. Turn off power generator
equipment and set all circuit breakers to OFF before connecting cables.
Connection of Cables. Connect 60 and 100-amp power cables to power distribution panel connectors or to
each other as dictated by the power distribution plan. Use lubricant (item 3, Appendix E) to aid in mating power cable
Connection to Generator Set.
High voltage is present in this equipment during operation. Do not connect cables to
the generator set with the power on. Death or severe injury may result.
Ground the generator set. Death or severe injury may result if the generator set is
not properly grounded.
Physically check that generator set is properly grounded. Refer to applicable technical manual for grounding.
Individual input power cables are banded at both ends to identify phasing, neutral, and
ground. Make certain when connecting to generator that you are connecting the correct
cable between corresponding lead terminals.
Connect one end of power distribution panel input power cables to generator set load terminals. Observe cable
markings and connect PHASE A to L1, PHASE B to L2, PHASE C to L3, NEUTRAL to LO, and GROUND to ground.
Figure 2-4. Power Connection Terminal.