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OPERATION AND SERVICE MANUAL,DIESEL DRIVEN GENERATOR SET. Carrier Transicold, A member of the United Technologies Corporation family Stock symbol UTX. Carrier Transicold Carrier Corporation P O Box 4805 Syracuse N Y 13221 U S A. 2002Carrier Corporation D Printed in U S A 0602,SAFETY SUMMARY. GENERAL SAFETY NOTICES, The following general safety notices supplement the specific warnings and cautions appearing elsewhere in this. manual They are recommended precautions that must be understood and applied during operation and maintenance. of the equipment covered herein The general safety notices are presented in the following three sections labeled. First Aid Operating Precautions and Maintenance Precautions A listing of the specific warnings and cautions. appearing elsewhere in the manual follows the general safety notices. An injury no matter how slight should never go unattended Always obtain first aid or medical attention immediately. OPERATING PRECAUTIONS,Always wear safety glasses and hearing protection.
Keep hands clothing and tools clear of the radiator fan and rotating belts. No work should be performed on the unit until all circuit breakers and start stop switches are turned off and the. negative battery terminal has been disconnected, Always work in pairs Never work on the equipment alone. In case of severe vibration or unusual noise stop the unit and investigate. MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS, Be sure power is turned off and the negative battery cable is disconnected before working on generator set. Do not bypass any electrical safety devices e g bridging an overload or using any sort of jumper wires Problems with. the system should be diagnosed and any necessary repairs performed by qualified service personnel. In case of electrical fire open circuit switch and extinguish with CO2 never use water. Fuel Tanks present explosion fire and rupture hazards even if liquid fuel has been drained Do not attempt any repairs. especially repairs using flame welder or torch unless you haveen properly trained and the tank has been emptied of. liquid fuel and fuel vapors and the tank is properly ventilated. UNIT LABEL IDENTIFICATION, To help identify the hazard labels on the Unit and explain the level of awareness each one carries explanations with. appropriate consequences are provided below, DANGER indicates an immediate hazard which WILL result in severe personal injury or death. WARNING indicates hazards or unsafe conditions which COULD result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION indicates potential hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury product or. property damage,SPECIFIC WARNING AND CAUTION STATEMENTS.
The statements that follow are applicable to the generator set and appear elsewhere in this manual These recom. mended precautions must be understood and applied during operation and maintenance of the equipment covered. Do not use gasoline to clean air cleaner parts, Beware of moving V belt belt driven components and hot exhaust components. Under no circumstances should ether or any other unauthorized starting aids be used in conjunction. with the glow plugs,Safety i T 266, Do not direct water or steam into the generator openings Do not allow any soap and water solutions. to enter the alternator, High voltage dielectric testing must not be performed to the machine without first observing NEMA. rules The insulation of this generator winding may be safely checked by using a megger A high. megger reading indicates good insulation, Observe proper polarity when installing the battery or connecting a battery charger the negative bat. tery terminal must be grounded Reverse polarity may damage the charging system When charging. the battery in unit isolate the battery by disconnecting the negative battery terminal first then the. positive Once the battery has been charged connect the positive battery terminal first then the neg. The generator set circuit breaker must be in the ON position in order to supply power to the refrigera. Never pour cold water into a hot engine, Use only ethylene glycol anti freeze with inhibitors in system as glycol by itself will damage the.
cooling system, Always cover the engine inlet tube while the air cleaner is being serviced. Do not underfill or overfill the cups Overfilling of cups means loss of capacity and underfilling. means lack of filtering efficiency, Continued operation with failed shockmounts may result in engine or generator damage. The rotor should not be pulled out from the alternator more than 0 75 inches Damage to the bearing. and windings may result,T 266 Safety ii,TABLE OF CONTENTS. PARAGRAPH NUMBER Page,SAFETY SUMMARY Safety i,GENERAL SAFETY NOTICES Safety i. FIRST AID Safety i,OPERATING PRECAUTIONS Safety i,MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS Safety i.
SPECIFIC WARNING AND CAUTION STATEMENTS Safety i,DESCRIPTION 1 1. 1 1 INTRODUCTION 1 1,1 2 CONFIGURATION IDENTIFICATION 1 1. 1 3ENGINE 1 6,1 3 1 Engine Air System 1 6,1 3 2 Lube Oil Filter Arrangement 1 6. 1 3 3 Fuel System 1 6,1 4 ENGINE SCREW THREADS 1 6. 1 5 ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR 1 7,1 5 1 Principle of Operation 1 7.
1 5 2 Alternating Current Generator Diagram 1 7,1 6 BATTERY CHARGING ALTERNATOR 1 7. 1 6 1 Introduction 1 7,1 6 2 Alternator Operation 1 8. 1 6 3 Integral Voltage Regulator Operation 12 volts d c 1 8. 1 7 BATTERY CHARGING SOLID STATE SYSTEM 1 8,1 8 OPERATING CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 1 8. 1 8 1 Introduction 1 8,1 8 2 Control Panel and Related Components 1 8. 1 9 SAFETY DEVICES 1 9,1 10 UNIT SPECIFICATIONS 1 10.
1 11 ENGINE DATA 1 10,OPERATION 2 1, 2 1 GENERATOR SET INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL STANDARD MOUNT 2 1. 2 2 GENERATOR SET INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL QUICK MOUNT 2 2. 2 3 STARTING AND STOPPING INSTRUCTIONS 2 3,2 3 1 Pre Start Inspection 2 3. 2 3 2 Starting Insturctions 2 3,2 3 3 Post Start Inspection 2 3. 2 3 4 Stopping Instructions 2 3,2 4 CONTROL CIRCUIT OPERATION 2 3. 2 4 1 Sequence Of Operation Units using Figure 5 2 2 3. 2 4 2 Sequence Of Operation Units using Figure 5 6 2 4. TABLE OF CONTENTS Continued,PARAGRAPH NUMBER Page,TROUBLESHOOTING 3 1.
3 1 DIESEL ENGINE 3 1,3 1 1 Engine Will Not Start 3 1. 3 1 2 Engine Starts Then Stops 3 1,3 1 3 Engine Will Not Shut Off 3 1. 3 1 4 Starter Motor Malfunction 3 2, 3 1 5 Malfunction In The Engine Starting Circuit 3 2. 3 1 6 Miscellaneous Engine Troubleshooting 3 2,3 2 BATTERY CHARGING ALTERNATOR 3 3. 3 3 BATTERY CHARGER SOLID STATE 3 3,3 4 ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR 3 4.
SERVICE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 4 1,4 1 INTRODUCTION 4 1. 4 2 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 4 1,4 3 BATTERY SERVICE 4 1. 4 4 ENGINE SERVICE AND COMPONENTS 4 1,4 4 1 Priming The Fuel System 4 1. 4 4 2 Servicing Fuel Pump Internal Filter 4 1,4 4 3 Fuel Filter 4 1. 4 4 4 Cooling System 4 1,4 4 5 Servicing And Adjusting V belt 4 4.
4 4 6 Lube Oil Filter 4 4,4 4 7 Adjusting Engine Speed 4 4. 4 4 8 Engine Air Cleaner 4 4,4 4 9 Engine Crankcase Breather 4 5. 4 4 10 Servicing Glow Plugs 4 5, 4 5 SERVICING THE ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR 4 6. 4 5 1 Preventive Maintenance and Operating Precautions 4 6. 4 5 2 Generator Repair Test Procedures 4 6,4 5 3 Bearing Replacement 4 7. 4 5 4 Generator Installation and Removal 4 8,4 6 GENERAL GENERATOR SET MAINTENANCE 4 8.
4 6 1 Maintenance Of Painted Surfaces 4 8,4 6 2 Checking And Replacing Shockmounts 4 8. 4 7 SERVICING THE ALTERNATOR 4 9,4 7 1 Preliminary Checks and Tests 4 9. 4 7 2 Test Tools 4 10,4 7 3 Problem Area Determination 4 10. 4 7 4 In Unit Alternator Regulator Tests 4 10,4 7 5 Alternator Brush Test Procedure 4 11. 4 7 6 Slip Ring Servicing 4 11,4 7 7 Alternator Installation 4 12.
4 8 UNIDRIVE TORQUE REQUIREMENTS 4 12,SCHEMATICS 5 1. 5 1 INTRODUCTION 5 1,LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS,FIGURE NUMBER Page. Figure 1 1 Generator Set Control Box Road Side 1 4. Figure 1 2 Generator Set Top View with Top Frame Members Removed for Clarity 1 5. Figure 1 3 Fuel System Diagram 1 6,Figure 1 4 Lube Oil 1 6. Figure 1 5 A C Generator Circuit Diagram 1 7,Figure 1 6 Alternator and Regulator 1 8. Figure 1 7 Alternator Schematic Diagram 1 8,Figure 1 8 Control Box and Panel 1 9.
Figure 2 1 Generator Set Mounting Standard Mount 2 1. Figure 2 2 Generator Set Mounting Quick Mount 2 2,Figure 4 1 Mechanical Fuel Pump 4 1. Figure 4 2 Engine Speed Adjustment 4 4,Figure 4 3 Air Filter 4 5. Figure 4 4 Engine Crankcase Breather 4 5,Figure 4 5 A C Generator Rectifier Assembly 4 7. Figure 4 6 Rectifier Removal 4 7,Figure 4 7 Engine Shockmounts 4 9. Figure 4 8 Generator Shockmounts 4 9,Figure 4 9 Open Diode Trio Test 4 10.
Figure 4 10 Open Regulator Test 4 11,Figure 4 11 Alternator Output Test 4 11. Figure 4 12 Alternator Brush Assembly 4 11,Figure 4 13 Unidrive Torque Requirements 4 13. Figure 5 1 Schematic Diagram 5 2,Figure 5 2 Schematic Diagram 5 3. Figure 5 3 Schematic Diagram 5 4,Figure 5 4 Schematic Diagram 5 5. Figure 5 5 Schematic Diagram 5 6,Figure 5 6 Schematic Diagram 5 7.
Figure 5 7 Schematic Diagram 5 8,Figure 5 8 Schematic Diagram 5 9. LIST OF TABLES,TABLE NUMBER Page,Table 1 1 Model Chart 1 1. Table 1 2 Safety Devices 1 10, Table 4 1 Preventative Maintenance Actions and Schedule 4 2. DESCRIPTION, 1 1 INTRODUCTION Figure 1 2 The plate provides the generator set model. number serial number and parts identification number. The carrier Transicold model 69UG15 under mounted PID The model number identifies the overall. diesel driven generator sets serve to provide electrical configuration while the PID provides information on. power for all electric refrigeration units specific optional equipment and differences in detailed. The generator set see Figure 1 1 and Figure 1 2 parts Configuration identification for models covered. consist of a diesel engine direct connected to an herein are provided in Table 1 1 The model number. alternating current generator and mounted in a serial number and PID number must be included when. structural steel frame The engine is a vertical in line ordering parts and inquiring about your unit. four cylinder diesel manufactured by Kubota while the Separately bound manuals covering the diesel engine. generator is a 15 KW brushless single bearing type and Auto Restart Option are also available see the. manufactured by Lima The generator provides a following chart Note all referenced engines have been. constant 460 or 230 vac 3 phase 60 hertz electrical assembled using the two piece oil pan. Electrical controls are mounted in a control box with Manual Form Equipment Type of. operating controls and gauges mounted on a control No Covered Manual. panel which also serves as the control box cover The. control panel components are protected by a deflector 62 03741 CT4 134 DI B Workshop. assembly or a windowed control box door 62 03459 CT4 134 DI B Engine Parts List. Auxiliary engine equipment consists of the starting 62 10301 CT4 134 DI Workshop. battery battery charging system alternator or solid 62 10295 CT4 134 DI Engine Parts List. state glow plugs used as a starting aid spin on lube. oil and fuel filters for easier filter changes and other 62 10411 Auto Restart Supplement. necessary components for proper unit operation The Prior to Serial Number XA0001. water pump and the radiator cooling fan are belt driven Starting with Serial Number XA0001. from the engine crankshaft All references to engine are. as viewed from the fly wheel end,1 2 CONFIGURATION IDENTIFICATION.
Generator set identification information is provided on a. plate located inside the engine inspection door see. Table 1 1 Model Chart, A1 50 Gallon Integral Tank Side Fill Steel B1 460 Volt. A2 50 Gallon Integral Tank Top Fill Steel B2 230 Volt. A3 65 Gallon Integral Tank Steel, A4 50 Gallon Remote Tank Steel C1 No Voltmeter Blank Off Plate. A5 75 Gallon Remote Tank Steel C2 With Voltmeter Greenband. A6 50 Gallon Remote Tank Aluminium,Electrical Wiring. Model PID Schematic and Fuel Tank Voltage Voltmeter. Diagram Figures,69UG15 111 1 UG0249 5 1 5 2 5 4 A2 B2 C2. UG0026 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C1,UG0030 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2.
UG0031 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C1,UG0045 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2. UG0048 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2,UG0052 5 1 5 2 5 3 5 4 A1 B1 B2 C2. 69UG15 121 2,69UG15 121 2,UG0077 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2. UG0100 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2,UG0128 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2. UG0195 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2,UG0227 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2.
UG0276 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C1,Table 1 1 Model Chart Continued. Electrical Wiring, Model PID Schematic and Fuel Tank Voltage Voltmeter. Diagram Figures,UG0025 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C1,69UG15 121 3. 69UG15 121 3,UG0034 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C1,UG0063 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2. 69UG15 121 5,69UG15 121 5 UG0149 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2.
UG0221 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2,69UG15 121 7 UG0164 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C1. UG0155 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C1,69UG15 121 8,69UG15 121 8. UG0196 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C1,69UG15 211 1 UG0172 5 1 5 2 5 4 A2 B2 C2. UG0049 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2,UG0114 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2. 69UG15 221 2,69UG15 221 2 UG0130 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2.
UG0148 5 1 5 2 5 3 A1 B1 C2,UG0217 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2. 69UG15 221 3 UG0229 5 1 5 2 5 3 5 4 A2 B1 B2 C2,69UG15 221 4 UG0256 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2. 69UG15 321 1 UG0248 5 1 5 2 5 3 A5 B1 C2,69UG15 321 2 UG0179 5 1 5 2 5 3 A5 B1 C2. UG0203 5 1 5 2 5 3 A6 B1 C1,69UG15 321 5,69UG15 321 5. UG0291 5 1 5 2 5 3 A6 B1 C1,69UG15 421 1 UG0255 5 1 5 2 5 3 A3 B1 C2.
69UG15 521 8 UG0234 5 1 5 2 5 3 A3 B1 C1, NOTE In early 1998 Carrier Transicold began implementing a new model numbering system The following. models use this new system,UG0351 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C1. UG0413 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2,69UG15 050Q 01,69UG15 050Q 01 UG0497 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C2. UG0524 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C2,UG0560 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C2. UG0426 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,69UG15 050Q 02,69UG15 050Q 02.
UG0688 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,UG0427 5 5 5 6 5 7 A6 B1 C1. UG0458 5 5 5 6 5 7 A6 B1 C1,69UG15 050R 01,69UG15 050R 01. UG0513 5 5 5 6 5 7 A6 B1 C1,UG0555 5 5 5 6 5 7 A6 B1 C1. Table 1 1 Model Chart Continued,Electrical Wiring, Model PID Schematic and Fuel Tank Voltage Voltmeter. Diagram Figures,UG0350 5 1 5 2 5 3 A2 B1 C2,UG0444 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1.
UG0464 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,UG0467 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C2. UG0472 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,UG0519 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1. UG0557 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,69UG15 050S 01,69UG15 050S 01. UG0558 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C2,UG0559 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1. UG0571 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C2,UG0584 5 5 5 6 5 8 A2 B2 C1.
UG0609 5 5 5 6 5 8 A2 B2 C1,UG0648 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1. UG0695 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,69UG15 050S 02 UG0678 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1. 69UG15 050S 20 UG0732 5 5 5 6 5 7 A2 B1 C1,UG0342 5 1 5 2 5 3 A3 B1 C1. 69UG15 068Q 01,69UG15 068Q 01,UG0601 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1. UG0443 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1,UG0463 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1.
UG0556 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C2,69UG15 068S 01,69UG15 068S 01 UG0598 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1. UG0645 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1,UG0694 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1. UG0837 5 5 5 6 5 7 A3 B1 C1,12 11 10 9 8 7 6,230 VOLT 460 VOLT 460 VOLT 15. Remote With Volt,Receptacle meter,12 ALTERNATE RECEPTACLE BOX ARRANGEMENTS. 1 Lube Oil Dipstick Fill Cap 9 Starter,2 Mechanical Fuel Pump 10 Air Cleaner.
3 Injector Pump 11 Generator Shockmount,4 V Belt 12 Receptacle Box. 5 Radiator 13 Receptacle Power Cord Exit,6 Controls See Figure 1 8 14 Circuit Breaker. 7 Engine Shockmount Typical 15 Volt Meter Alternate Location. 8 Engine Oil Filter,Figure 1 1 Generator Set Control Box Road Side. 1 Fuel Tank 7 Coolant Overflow Bottle, 2 Solid State Battery Charger If Equipped 8 Fuel Filter. 3 Exhaust Muffler 9 Serial Plate, 4 D C Alternator If Equipped 10 Alternating Current Generator.
5 Water Temperature Sender 11 AC Generator Connection Box Access. 6 Engine 12 Battery, Figure 1 2 Generator Set Top View with Top Frame Members Removed for Clarity. 1 3 ENGINE, The engine is a vertical in line four cylinder diesel which. is direct connected to the alternating current generator. Information on the major engine systems is provided in 6. the following subparagraphs,1 3 1 Engine Air System. The air cleaner Item 10 Figure 1 1 is designed to 8. prolong engine life and performance by preventing dirt. and grit from entering the engine and causing excessive. wear on all operating parts However the operator is. charged with the responsibility of providing the air 5. cleaner equipment with regular maintenance in,accordance with the instructions. 1 3 2 Lube Oil Filter Arrangement, The engine lubricating oil filter may be mounted in a 3.
horizontal or vertical arrangement Also an additional 2. by pass filter may be supplied Flow through the, by pass filter is from the standard filter with return to the. oil pan Filter arrangements are shown in Figure 1 4 1. 1 3 3 Fuel System, The fuel system is fitted with a filter which also acts as a. water separator The filter may also be fitted with an 1 Fuel Tank Separator. optional heater The fuel system is shown in Figure 1 3 2 Fuel Supply Line 5 Injection Pump. 1 4 ENGINE SCREW THREADS 3 Mechanical 6 Injector Nozzles. Fuel Pump Engine 7 Fuel Bleed Valve, All threads used on the engine are metric except the oil 4 Fuel Filter Water 8 Fuel Return Line. drain plug which is American Standard Pipe Thread,Figure 1 3 Fuel System Diagram. HORIZONTAL,ARRANGEMENT,ARRANGEMENT,If Equipped,ARRANGEMENT.
1 Oil Pressure Switch 5 By Pass Oil Filter,2 Oil Pressure Sender 6 Oil Pan. 3 Oil Filter Primary 7 By Pass Oil Return,4 By Pass Oil Supply. Figure 1 4 Lube Oil, rectifier unit The response time of the excitation system. FIELD is very fast since the exciter stator carries an alternating. current corresponding to the load current which appears. immediately on the exciter primary An increase in load. current will cause an immediate increase in the exciter. SHUNT secondary output voltage which is rectified and applied. to the generator field windings The inherent, compounding characteristics of the excitation system. provide excellent voltage regulation even under heavy. SERIES overload conditions,GENERATOR STATOR,ASSEMBLY EXCITER.
1 AC Tap 5 Excite,Figure 1 5 A C Generator Circuit Diagram. 2 Back Cover 6 Ground, 1 5 ALTERNATING CURRENT GENERATOR 3 Positive Output B 7 12 vdc Test Lamp. 4 Integral Regulator Terminal D,1 5 1 Principle of Operation. The Marathon Alternator Company Lima brushless 1 6 BATTERY CHARGING ALTERNATOR. A C generator 10 Figure 1 2 is a self regulated, rotating field synchronous unit The generator stator. and exciter stator are combined in a common housing CAUTION. The generator field exciter rotor and rotating rectifier Observe proper polarity when installing the. assembly are mounted on a common shaft The output battery or connecting a battery charger the. of the exciter rotor is applied to the generator field negative battery terminal must be. winding through a rotating full wave bridge silicon grounded Reverse polarity may damage. rectifier unit,the charging system When charging the.
All connections between the exciter stator windings and battery in unit isolate the battery by. the generator stator windings internal within the stator. housing Only the output power leads are connected at disconnecting the negative battery terminal. the terminal box located on top of the generator first then the positive Once the battery has. been charged connect the positive battery,1 5 2 Alternating Current Generator Diagram. terminal first then the negative, Figure 1 5 shows the internal schematic diagram of the. generator exciter and rectifier unit The generator is a 1 6 1 Introduction. three phase unit and the exciter stator and exciter rotor. also have three phase windings A portion of the exciter The mechanical construction of the alternator differs. stator windings is connected across a tap on the from the DC generator in that the field rotates and the. generator stator winding This exciter shunt winding armature generating windings are stationary The field. provides the generator field excitation power required current necessary to control the output of the alternator. for the generator no load voltage Another portion of the is supplied from the solid state regulator This integral. exciter stator windings is connected in series with the voltage regulator controls the current feed to the field via. output of the generator and provides a compounding the brushes and rotor slip rings See Figure 1 6. excitation characteristic Two completely sealed ball bearings support the rotor in. The rotor is in effect the secondary of a rotating current the front and rear housing. transformer induction frequency converter The exciter 1 6 2 Alternator Operation. rotor output voltage is applied to the generator field. windings by a three phase full wave rotating silicon. The alternator converts mechanical and magnetic negative battery terminal must be. energy to alternating current A C and voltage by the grounded Reverse polarity may damage. rotation of an electromagnetic field rotor inside a three the charging system When charging the. phase stator assembly The voltage is changed to DC. voltage by passing A C energy through a three phase battery in unit isolate the battery by. full wave rectifier system Six silicon rectifier diodes are disconnecting the negative battery terminal. used see Figure 1 7 first then the positive Once the battery has. Figure 1 6 Alternator and Regulator been charged connect the positive battery. terminal first then the negative,2 3 1 7 BATTERY CHARGING SOLID STATE. 10 The solid state battery charger see Figure 1 2 is. 4 located to the left of the radiator The charger is powered. by the generator and this input is protected by a circuit. 9 breaker located on the control panel The battery. charger produces a tapered charge 25 amps,maximum and is designed not to overcharge the. 8 5 battery,1 8 OPERATING CONTROLS AND,6 INSTRUMENTS.
7 1 8 1 Introduction, Components required for monitoring and controlling the. unit are located in the control box on the control panel. see Figure 1 8 and on the receptacle box see,Figure 1 1. 1 12vdc Test Lamp 5 Ground, Terminal D 6 AC Tap 1 8 2 Control Panel and Related Components. Not connected 7 Rotor Field a Gauges and Senders, 2 Diode Trio 8 Stator 1 Oil Pressure Gauge see Figure 1 8. 3 Positive Output B 9 Integral Regulator,The purpose of this gauge is to observe normal.
4 Rectifier 10 Excite operating engine oil pressure Normal oil pressure is 35. to 60 psig 3 3 to 5 2 kg cm,Figure 1 7 Alternator Schematic Diagram. 2 Oil Pressure Sender,1 6 3 Integral Voltage Regulator Operation. 12 volts d c This device see Figure 1 4 senses engine lube oil. pressure and transmits a signal to the oil pressure. The regulator is an all electronic transistorized device gauge The oil pressure sender is located on the primary. No mechanical contacts or relays are used to perform oil filter housing. the voltage regulation of the alternator system The. electronic circuitry should never require adjustment and 3 Water Temperature Gauge see Figure 1 8. the solid state active elements used have proved The function of this gauge is to observe water operating. reliable enough to warrant a sealed unit The system is temperature The gauge is connected to the water. temperature compensated to permit the ideal charging temperature sender. rate at all temperatures,4 Water Temperature Sender. The regulator is an electronic switching device It. senses the voltage appearing at the auxiliary terminal of This sensing device see Figure 1 2 senses engine. the alternator and supplies the necessary field current water temperature and transmits a signal to the water. for maintaining the system voltage at the output temperature gauge The water temperature sender is. terminal The output current is determined by the load located on the top left hand side of the engine below the. HWT switch,Observe proper polarity when installing the.


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