Figure 4-10. Stowing Accessory Components in Condenser Compartment (No 2 System). (TS 6115-590-12/4-10).
Remote fan operation connections. If the
recirculating fans in a nonoperating power plant are to
be operated, connect 400 Hz auxiliary power cable
assembly (fig. 1-15, sheet 2 of 7) to remote fan power
output connector (fig. 2-9) and to remote fan power
input connector on thenonoperating unit. The remote
operation cable adapter (fig. 1-15, sheet 7 of 7) may be
used to join two 400 Hz remote power cable assemblies
together to obtain additional length. Recirculating fans
in two non-operating units may be powered from the
operating unit provided the cooled air system in the
operating unit is not being used.
Remove duct retaining assemblies from collapsed
assemblies and inspect for abrasions, holes, or other
damage. Connect duct assemblies as follows.
Handle duct assemblies with care to avoid damage
Remove covers from return air
inlets (fig. 1-1). Connect return air duct assemblies to
return air inlet of power plant using clamps provided with
duct assemblies. Connect other end to return air outlet
of shelter. Use conditioned air duct coupling clamps
(fig. 1-15, sheet 4 of 7) as required to connect two or
more duct assemblies for additional length.
Remove covers from conditioned
air outlets (fig. 1-2). Connect conditioned air duct
assemblies (fig. 1-15, sheet 4 of 7) to conditioned air
outlets using clamps provided with duct assembly.
Connect other end of duct to conditioned air inlet of
shelters. Use conditioned air duct coupling clamps (fig.
1-15, sheet 4 of 7), as required, to connect two or more
duct assemblies for additional length.
Because there are two independent
conditioned air systems, be sure that
the outlet air ducts and return air
ducts for each shelter serviced are
system at the unit so that conditioned
air and return air will be going through
the same system.