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3599551 DRIVESHAFT GP Caterpillar parts DRIVESHAFT
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA3599551
359-9551
3599551
Caterpillar 3599551 DRIVESHAFT GP
Weight: 30 pounds 13 kg.

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Grounding
A good electrical power ground is not necessarily a good electromagnetic interference ground. Ground leads should be as short as possible, preferably of copper strap with a width of 1/5 the length. Grounding the chassis to earth ground makes all grounds common.External Voltage Adjust Rheostat (Terminals R1 and R2)
Terminals R1 and R2 are provided for connection of the voltage adjust rheostat. The rheostat provides adjustment of the regulated generator voltage 10% of nominal. It is provided as a separate item for panel mounting. Connecting wires from the rheostat attach to terminals R1 and R2. A jumper wire must be connected between rheostat terminal 2 and rheostat terminal 1 as shown in Figure 2.Connection to Reactive Voltage Droop Terminals CT, CT1 and CT5
Parallel OperationWhere generators will be operating parallel, install current transformer in Phase B from each generator and connect according to a or b that follows.* Current Transformer (1 ampere secondary) Connect secondary leads to CT* common and CT1. Be sure to maintain correct polarity. Make certain jumper, when supplied, is removed from across CT* and CT1.* Current Transformer (5 ampere secondary) Connect secondary leads to CT* common and CT5. Be sure to maintain correct polarity. Make certain jumper, when supplied, is removed from across CT* and CT1.Reactive Voltage Droop or Cross-Current CompensationThe regulating system may be connected for parallel operation in either the reactive voltage droop or cross-current compensation mode. Connect according to either of the following.* Reactive Voltage Droop Connect the current transformer to the respective regulator as shown in Figure 8.* Cross-Current Compensation For cross-current, connect each CT to its respective regulator. Then connect the finish of the first CT to the start of the second CT, etc. Continue until all CT's are connected in series and connect the finish of the last CT to the start of the first CT (see Figure 8).On parallel cross-current compensation applications consisting of two or more generators, a unit/parallel switch should be used if all the generators are not always on the bus. If the switch is not used, a voltage droop will be introduced into the system which will cause the voltage of the incoming generator to fluctuate prior to parallel. This is due to the unloaded generator parallel CT not supplying its compensating signal, but allowing a voltage drop to occur across it. Ideally, the switch is an auxiliary on the generator output circuit breaker that opens when the breaker is closed.Generator Operating SingularlyWhen generators are not operating parallel and reactive voltage droop is not required, one of the following methods must be employed to eliminate the effect of the parallel operating transformer within the voltage regulator.* Install unit/parallel switch across the current transformer secondary and close switch during single generator operation.* Set voltage droop resistor R4 to its minimum droop position.* Where generator will be operating singly, install jumper across terminals CT* and CT1.50/60UFL Circuit Hz Selector J1
The underfrequency limit components are V/Hz components are located on the voltage regulator circuit board, Figure 5.


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