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TECHNICAL MANUAL OPERATOR'S MANUAL FOR

INLAND AND COASTAL LARGE TUG (LT) NSN 1925-01-509-7013 (EIC XAG)

MG ANTHONY WAYNE

US ARMY LT - 803

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*SUPERSEDURE NOTICE - This manual supersedes TM 55-1925-273-10-2, dated 30 November 2005, including all changes. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A - Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

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WARNING SUMMARY
This warning summary contains general safety warnings and hazardous materials warnings that must be understood and applied during operation and maintenance of this vessel and its equipment. Failure to observe these precautions could result in serious injury or death to personnel. Also included are explanations of safety and of hazardous materials used within the technical manual. FIRST AID Although the 128 ft Large Tug is normally assigned a medic, first aid is still an important skill for all crewmembers. The ability to promptly administer first aid to another crewmember could mean the difference between life and death for that crewmember. First aid procedures for soldiers are contained in FM 4-25.11. EXPLANATION OF SAFETY WARNING ICONS

EAR PROTECTION - Headphones over ears show that noise level will harm ears.

ELECTRICAL - Electrical wire to arm with electricity symbol running through hand shows that shock hazard is present.

ELECTRICAL - Electrical wire to hand with electricity symbol running through hand shows that shock hazard is present.

EXPLOSION - Rapidly expanding symbol shows that the material may explode if subjected to high temperatures, sources of ignition, or high pressure.

EYE PROTECTION - Person with goggles shows that the material will injure the eyes.

FIRE - Flame shows that a material may ignite and cause burns.

FALLING PARTS - Arrow bouncing off human shoulder and head shows that falling parts present a danger to life or limb.

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EXPLANATION OF SAFETY WARNING ICONS - Continued

FLYING PARTICLES - Arrows bouncing off face show that particles flying through the air will harm face.

FLYING PARTICLES - Arrows bouncing off face shield show that particles flying through the air will harm face.

HEAVY OBJECT - Human figure stooping over heavy object shows physical injury potential from improper lifting technique.

HEAVY PARTS - Hand with heavy object on top shows that heavy parts can crush and harm.

HEAVY PARTS - Foot with heavy object on top shows that heavy parts can crush and harm.

HEAVY PARTS - Heavy object on human figure shows that heavy parts present a danger to life or limb.

HEAVY PARTS - Heavy object pinning human figure against wall shows that heavy, moving parts present a danger to life or limb.

HELMET PROTECTION - Arrow bouncing off head with helmet shows that falling parts present a danger.

HOT AREA - Hand over object radiating heat shows that part is hot and can burn.

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EXPLANATION OF SAFETY WARNING ICONS - Continued

MOVING PARTS - Human figure with arm caught between gears shows that the moving parts of the equipment present a danger to life or limb.

MOVING PARTS - Hand with fingers caught between gears shows that the moving parts of the equipment present a danger to life or limb.

MOVING PARTS - Hand with fingers caught between rollers shows that the moving parts of the equipment present a danger to life or limb.

SHARP OBJECT - Pointed object in hand shows that a sharp object presents a danger to limb.

SHARP OBJECT - Pointed object in hand shows that a sharp object presents a danger to limb.

SHARP OBJECT - Pointed object in foot shows that a sharp object presents a danger to limb.

SLICK FLOOR - Wavy line on floor with legs prone shows that slick floor presents a danger for falling.

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GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS DESCRIPTION

WARNING

GALLEY NOISE HAZARD All crewmembers working in the galley must wear Army Hearing Protection Devices (HPDs) and ensure that the galley doors remain closed. Failure to comply could result in injury.

WARNING

MACHINE GUN NOISE HAZARD During the M2 caliber 0.50 weapons firing, all personnel standing outside on deck must wear Army Hearing Protection Devices (HPDs). Failure to comply with this warning could result in serious injury.

WARNING
SAFETY HARNESS Ensure that a safety harness is worn when inspecting antennas. Failure to comply could result in injury or death. EXPLANATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL ICONS CHEMICAL - Drops of liquid on hand shows that the material will cause burns or irritation to human skin or tissue.

CRYOGENIC - Hand in block of ice shows that material is extremely cold and can injure human skin or tissue.

RADIATION - Three circular wedges show that the material emits radioactive energy and can injure human tissue.

VAPOR - Human figure in a cloud shows that material vapors present a danger to life or health.

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EXPLANATION OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL ICONS - Continued

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DESCRIPTIONS

WARNING

CHLORINE AND BROMINE STORAGE AND HANDLING Chlorine and Water Demineralizer Cartridge (NSN-4610-01-002-9970) which contains the chemical Bromine may not be stored together. Both chemicals, Chlorine and Bromine, must follow the Federal HAZCOM standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) along with the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each chemical. Failure to comply could result in injury or death.

WARNING

GAYLORD VENTILATION AND FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM In the event that the Gaylord Ventilation and Fire Suppression system is activated and exposure to the fire suppressant occurs, all personnel exposed should immediately wash out the eyes and shower to remove residual material. Failure to comply could result in injury or death.

WARNING

RADIATION, RADIO ANTENNAS Inspecting antennas with the INSA, radars, transceivers and receiver-transmitters turned on presents a radiation hazard. Ensure all transceivers and receiver-transmitters are turned off prior to inspecting antennas. Ensure that the appropriate circuit breaker has been secured, locked out, and tagged out (see WP 0008) in accordance with FM 4-01-502. Failure to comply could result in injury or death.

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DESCRIPTIONS - Continued

WARNING

SEWAGE Toxic and flammable vapors are generated in the sewage system. Provide ventilation from outside source. Avoid open flames and prolonged breathing of fumes. Failure to comply could result in injury or death.

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LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES/WORK PACKAGES
NOTE: This manual supersedes TM 55-1925-273-10-2, dated 30 November 2005, including all changes. Zero in the "Change No." column indicates an original page or work package. Date of issue for the original manual is: Original 11 February 2013

TOTAL NUMBER OF VOLUMES IS 4, TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES FOR FRONT AND REAR MATTER IS 50 AND TOTAL NUMBER OF WORK PACKAGES IS 25, CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING: Page/WP No. VOLUME 2 Front Cover (2 pages) Warning Summary (6 pages) i-xxviii (28 pages) Chapter 2 Title Page WP 0041 (38 pages) WP 0042 (30 pages) WP 0043 (66 pages) WP 0044 (46 pages) WP 0045 (50 pages) WP 0046 (68 pages) WP 0047 (6 pages) WP 0048 (6 pages) WP 0049 (4 pages) WP 0050 (4 pages) WP 0051 (10 pages) Change No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Page/WP No. WP 0052 (10 pages) WP 0053 (8 pages) WP 0054 (24 pages) WP 0055 (44 pages) WP 0056 (16 pages) WP 0057 (10 pages) WP 0058 (24 pages) WP 0059 (18 pages) WP 0060 (30 pages) WP 0061 (12 pages) WP 0062 (6 pages) WP 0063 (20 pages) WP 0064 (58 pages) WP 0065 (4 pages) Back Cover Change No. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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TECHNICAL MANUAL OPERATOR'S MANUAL FOR INLAND AND COASTAL LARGE TUG (LT) NSN 1925-01-509-7013 (EIC XAG)
REPORTING ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING IMPROVEMENTS You can help improve this publication. If you find any errors, or if you would like to recommend any improvements to the procedures in this publication, please let us know. The preferred method is to submit your DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) through the Internet on the TACOM Unique Logistics Support Applications (TULSA) Web site. The Internet address is https://tulsa.tacom.army.mil. Access to all applications requires CAC authentication, and you must complete the Access Request form the first time you use it. The DA Form 2028 is located under the TULSA Applications on the left-hand navigation bar. Fill out the form and click on SUBMIT. Using this form on the TULSA Web site will enable us to respond more quickly to your comments and to better manage the DA Form 2028 program. You may also mail, e-mail, or fax your comments or DA Form 2028 directly to the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command. The postal mail address is U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, ATTN: AMSTA-LCL-MPP/ TECH PUBS, MS 727, 6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397-5000. The e-mail address is tacomlcmc.daform2028@us.army.mil. The fax number is DSN 786-1856 or Commercial (586) 282-1856. A reply will be furnished to you.

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Volume 2 Chapter 2 - DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS FOR LT-800 SERIES DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENGINE ROOM: MAIN ENGINES AND SHIP'S SERVICE DIESEL GENERATORS (SSDGs).............................................. WP 0041 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Engine Room: Main Engines and Ship's Service Diesel Generators (SSDGs).................... 0041-2 Engine Room: Main Engines and Ship's Service Diesel Generators (SSDGs).................... 0041-2 Main Engine 1 Operator Controls and Indicators, General Arrangement............................. 0041-4 Main Engine 1 Operator Controls and Indicators, General Arrangement............................. 0041-4 Main Engine Control Panel................................................................................................. 0041-10 Main Engine Control Panel................................................................................................. 0041-10 Fuel Filter/Water Separators.............................................................................................. 0041-12 Fuel Filter/Water Separators.............................................................................................. 0041-12 Main Engine Coolant Expansion Tank Sight Glass............................................................ 0041-13 Main Engine Coolant Expansion Tank Sight Glass............................................................ 0041-13 Fuel Filter Selector Valve................................................................................................... 0041-14 Fuel Filter Selector Valve................................................................................................... 0041-14 Overspeed Trip and Injector Control Levers...................................................................... 0041-15 Overspeed Trip and Injector Control Levers...................................................................... 0041-15 Governor............................................................................................................................ 0041-16 Governor............................................................................................................................ 0041-16 Shaft Brake Cylinder.......................................................................................................... 0041-18 Shaft Brake Cylinder.......................................................................................................... 0041-18 Shaft Brake Panel.............................................................................................................. 0041-19 Shaft Brake Panel.............................................................................................................. 0041-19 Main Engine 2 Operator Controls and Indicators, General Arrangement........................... 0041-20 Main Engine 2 Operator Controls and Indicators, General Arrangement........................... 0041-20 Prelube Pump Motor Controller, Main Engine 2................................................................. 0041-25

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. Table 21. Figure 21. Table 22. Figure 22. Prelube Pump Motor Controller, Main Engine 2................................................................. 0041-25 Ship's Service Diesel Generator 1 (SSDG 1)..................................................................... 0041-26 Ship's Service Diesel Generator (SSDG 1)........................................................................ 0041-26 Engine Coolant Indicator/Alarm Switch.............................................................................. 0041-28 Engine Coolant Indicator/Alarm Switch.............................................................................. 0041-28 Engine Gage Panel............................................................................................................ 0041-29 Engine Gage Panel............................................................................................................ 0041-29 Fuel Filter/Water Separators and Fuel Supply Valves....................................................... 0041-30 Fuel Filter/Water Separators and Fuel Supply Valves....................................................... 0041-30 Remote Expansion Tank Sight Gage................................................................................. 0041-31 Remote Expansion Tank Sight Gage................................................................................. 0041-31 Engine Control Panel, SSDG 1.......................................................................................... 0041-32 Engine Control Panel, SSDG 1.......................................................................................... 0041-32 SSDG 1 Battery Charger.................................................................................................... 0041-33 SSDG 1 Battery Charger.................................................................................................... 0041-33 SSDG 2 Controls and Indicators........................................................................................ 0041-34 SSDG 2 Controls and Indicators........................................................................................ 0041-34 Engine Gage Panel, SSDG 2............................................................................................. 0041-36 Engine Gage Panel, SSDG 2............................................................................................. 0041-36 Engine Control Panel, SSDG 2.......................................................................................... 0041-37 Engine Control Panel, SSDG 2.......................................................................................... 0041-37

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENGINE ROOM: FUEL OIL, LUBE OIL, AND HYDRAULIC OIL FILL AND TRANSFER SYSTEMS..................................... WP 0042 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems.......................................................................................................... 0042-2 General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems.......................................................................................................... 0042-2 Heater Control Panel............................................................................................................ 0042-7

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Heater Control Panel............................................................................................................ 0042-7 Lube Oil Purifier.................................................................................................................... 0042-8 Lube Oil Purifier.................................................................................................................... 0042-8 Lube Oil Purifier Control Panel........................................................................................... 0042-10 Lube Oil Purifier Control Panel........................................................................................... 0042-10 Lube Oil Purification Manifold............................................................................................. 0042-12 Lube Oil Purification Manifold............................................................................................. 0042-12 Lube Oil Transfer Pump, Strainer, and Manifold................................................................ 0042-13 Lube Oil Transfer Pump, Strainer, and Manifold................................................................ 0042-13 Motor Controller, Lube Oil and Fuel Oil Transfer Pumps................................................... 0042-15 Motor Controller, Lube Oil and Fuel Oil Transfer Pumps................................................... 0042-15 Hydraulic Oil Transfer Pump Assembly.............................................................................. 0042-16 Hydraulic Oil Transfer Pump Assembly.............................................................................. 0042-16 Tank Level Indicator, Lube Oil and Sludge Storage Tanks................................................ 0042-17 Tank Level Indicator, Lube Oil and Sludge Storage Tanks................................................ 0042-17 Hydraulic Oil Sight Gage.................................................................................................... 0042-18 Hydraulic Oil Sight Gage.................................................................................................... 0042-18 Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator..................................................................................... 0042-19 Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator..................................................................................... 0042-19 Tank Level Indicator Panel, Fuel Transfer......................................................................... 0042-20 Tank Level Indicator Panel, Fuel Transfer......................................................................... 0042-20 Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Forward................................................................................... 0042-21 Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Forward................................................................................... 0042-21 RACOR FILTER Control Panel.......................................................................................... 0042-24 RACOR FILTER Control Panel.......................................................................................... 0042-24 High Level Alarm Panel...................................................................................................... 0042-25 High Level Alarm Panel...................................................................................................... 0042-25

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Fuel Oil Transfer Gage Panel............................................................................................. 0042-27 Fuel Oil Transfer Gage Panel............................................................................................. 0042-27 Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Aft............................................................................................ 0042-28 Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Aft............................................................................................ 0042-28

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENGINE ROOM: MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS.................................................................................................................... WP 0043 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Engine Room, Miscellaneous Systems................................................................................ 0043-2 Engine Room, Miscellaneous Systems................................................................................ 0043-2 Central Hydraulic System................................................................................................... 0043-10 Central Hydraulic System................................................................................................... 0043-10 Control Air Receiver........................................................................................................... 0043-13 Control Air Receiver........................................................................................................... 0043-13 Control Air Dryer................................................................................................................. 0043-14 Control Air Dryer................................................................................................................. 0043-14 Sewage Discharge Pump 2................................................................................................ 0043-16 Sewage Discharge Pump 2................................................................................................ 0043-16 Sewage Discharge Pump Motor Controller........................................................................ 0043-18 Sewage Discharge Pump Motor Controller........................................................................ 0043-18 Sewage Discharge Pump 1................................................................................................ 0043-19 Sewage Discharge Pump 1................................................................................................ 0043-19 Remote Indicator (Alarm) Assembly................................................................................... 0043-20 Remote Indicator (Alarm) Assembly................................................................................... 0043-20 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (LT 803 Only)................................................. 0043-22 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (LT 803 Only)................................................. 0043-22 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (All Other Vessels)......................................... 0043-26 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (All Other Vessels)......................................... 0043-26 Battery Charger, Machinery DC Control............................................................................. 0043-29 Battery Charger, Machinery DC Control............................................................................. 0043-29

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. Table 21. Figure 21. Table 22. Figure 22. Table 23. Figure 23. Table 24. Figure 24. Oil Content Monitor Sampling/Sensor Assembly............................................................... 0043-30 Oil Content Monitor Sampling/Sensor Assembly............................................................... 0043-30 Oil Water Separator (OWS) and Oil Content Monitor (OCM), Engine Room..................... 0043-33 Oil Water Separator (OWS) and Oil Content Monitor (OCM), Engine Room..................... 0043-33 Oily Waste Discharge Pump.............................................................................................. 0043-38 Oily Waste Discharge Pump.............................................................................................. 0043-38 Space Heater..................................................................................................................... 0043-40 Space Heater..................................................................................................................... 0043-40 Reduction Gear Cooling Pump Motor Controller................................................................ 0043-41 Reduction Gear Cooling Pump Motor Controller................................................................ 0043-41 Refrigeration Manifold........................................................................................................ 0043-42 Refrigeration Manifold........................................................................................................ 0043-42 Engine Room Supply and Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers................................................. 0043-44 Engine Room Supply and Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers................................................. 0043-44 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4........................................................................................... 0043-46 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4........................................................................................... 0043-46 Machinery Monitoring System CPU................................................................................... 0043-51 Machinery Monitoring System CPU................................................................................... 0043-51 Machinery DC Control Distribution Panel........................................................................... 0043-52 Machinery DC Control Distribution Panel........................................................................... 0043-52 Load Center Distribution Panel (LT 803 Only)................................................................... 0043-54 Load Center Distribution Panel (LT 803 Only)................................................................... 0043-54 Load Center Distribution Panel (All Other Vessels)........................................................... 0043-57 Load Center Distribution Panel (All Other Vessels)........................................................... 0043-57 440 V Power Panel No. 1................................................................................................... 0043-60 440 V Power Panel No. 1................................................................................................... 0043-60

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENCLOSED OPERATING STATION (EOS).................................................................................................................... WP 0044

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. General Arrangement of EOS.............................................................................................. 0044-2 General Arrangement of EOS.............................................................................................. 0044-2 EOS Console........................................................................................................................ 0044-4 EOS Console........................................................................................................................ 0044-4 Machinery Plant Monitoring System Display........................................................................ 0044-6 Machinery Plant Monitoring System Display........................................................................ 0044-6 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel...................................................................................... 0044-8 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel...................................................................................... 0044-8 Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) Panel................................................................................ 0044-11 Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) Panel................................................................................ 0044-11 Steering Control Alarm Panel (LT 803 Only)...................................................................... 0044-12 Steering Control Alarm Panel (LT 803 Only)...................................................................... 0044-12 Steering Control Alarm Panel (All Other Vessels).............................................................. 0044-14 Steering Control Alarm Panel (All Other Vessels).............................................................. 0044-14 LS-519A/SIC Intercommunications Station........................................................................ 0044-16 LS-519A/SIC Intercommunications Station........................................................................ 0044-16 Machinery Remote Control Station.................................................................................... 0044-18 Machinery Remote Control Station.................................................................................... 0044-18 Master TLI Panel 11 Channel............................................................................................. 0044-22 Master TLI Panel 11 Channel............................................................................................. 0044-22 Master TLI Panel 7 Channel............................................................................................... 0044-24 Master TLI Panel 7 Channel............................................................................................... 0044-24 Main Switchboard............................................................................................................... 0044-26 Main Switchboard............................................................................................................... 0044-26 Fire Alarm and Smoke Detection Panel............................................................................. 0044-34 Fire Alarm and Smoke Detection Panel............................................................................. 0044-34 Ship Clinometer (Heel)....................................................................................................... 0044-37

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. Ship Clinometer (Heel)....................................................................................................... 0044-37 Ship Clinometer (Trim)....................................................................................................... 0044-38 Ship Clinometer (Trim)....................................................................................................... 0044-38 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0044-39 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0044-39 Bells: General Alarm, Fire Alarm, EOT Wrong Direction, EOT Constant Ring.................. 0044-40 Bells: General Alarm, Fire Alarm, EOT Wrong Direction, EOT Constant Ring.................. 0044-40 PA System Speaker and Volume Control.......................................................................... 0044-41 PA System Speaker and Volume Control.......................................................................... 0044-41 Air Conditioning Unit Controls............................................................................................ 0044-42 Air Conditioning Unit Controls............................................................................................ 0044-42 Remote Oil Content Monitor (OCM)................................................................................... 0044-44 Remote Oil Content Monitor (OCM)................................................................................... 0044-44

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS AMS 1................................ WP 0045 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. AMS 1 General Arrangement............................................................................................... 0045-2 AMS 1 General Arrangement............................................................................................... 0045-2 Hot Water Heaters and Recirculation Pump........................................................................ 0045-8 Hot Water Heaters and Recirculation Pump........................................................................ 0045-8 Air Compressor, MSD, and AFFF Motor Control Panel..................................................... 0045-10 Air Compressor, MSD, and AFFF Motor Control Panel..................................................... 0045-10 MSD Motor Controller......................................................................................................... 0045-12 MSD Motor Controller......................................................................................................... 0045-12 Hot Potable Water Recirculation Pump Motor Controller................................................... 0045-14 Hot Potable Water Recirculation Pump Motor Controller................................................... 0045-14 Air Compressor Motor Controllers...................................................................................... 0045-15 Air Compressor Motor Controllers...................................................................................... 0045-15 AFFF Pump Motor Controller............................................................................................. 0045-16

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. AFFF Pump Motor Controller............................................................................................. 0045-16 Air Compressor and Discharge Manifolds.......................................................................... 0045-17 Air Compressor and Discharge Manifolds.......................................................................... 0045-17 Ship's Service Air Receivers and Valves............................................................................ 0045-18 Ship's Service Air Receivers and Valves............................................................................ 0045-18 Compressed Air Gage Panel.............................................................................................. 0045-21 Compressed Air Gage Panel.............................................................................................. 0045-21 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0045-22 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0045-22 440 V Power Panel No. 4................................................................................................... 0045-24 440 V Power Panel No. 4................................................................................................... 0045-24 Space Heater..................................................................................................................... 0045-28 Space Heater..................................................................................................................... 0045-28 Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator..................................................................................... 0045-29 Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator..................................................................................... 0045-29 AMS 1 Supply Fan Motor Controller................................................................................... 0045-30 AMS 1 Supply Fan Motor Controller................................................................................... 0045-30 Bow Thruster Engine.......................................................................................................... 0045-32 Bow Thruster Engine.......................................................................................................... 0045-32 Compressed Air Piping, Forward Bulkhead....................................................................... 0045-36 Compressed Air Piping, Forward Bulkhead....................................................................... 0045-36 Pump Drive Engine............................................................................................................ 0045-38 Pump Drive Engine............................................................................................................ 0045-38 Towing Machine Hydraulic System.................................................................................... 0045-42 Towing Machine Hydraulic System.................................................................................... 0045-42 Raw Water Duplex Strainer................................................................................................ 0045-46 Raw Water Duplex Strainer................................................................................................ 0045-46

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 21. Figure 21. Table 22. Figure 22. PA Speaker and Volume Control....................................................................................... 0045-47 PA Speaker and Volume Control....................................................................................... 0045-47 Marine Sanitation Device (MSD)........................................................................................ 0045-48 Marine Sanitation Device (MSD)........................................................................................ 0045-48

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS AMS 2................................ WP 0046 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 2 General Arrangement................................................. 0046-2 Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 2 General Arrangement................................................. 0046-2 Bilge and Ballast Gage Panel............................................................................................... 0046-8 Bilge and Ballast Gage Panel............................................................................................... 0046-8 Tank Level Indicators (TLI), Ballast Tanks........................................................................... 0046-9 Tank Level Indicators (TLI), Ballast Tanks........................................................................... 0046-9 Bilge and Ballast Pumps and Valves.................................................................................. 0046-10 Bilge and Ballast Pumps and Valves.................................................................................. 0046-10 Fire and GS Pumps and Valves......................................................................................... 0046-12 Fire and GS Pumps and Valves......................................................................................... 0046-12 Duplex Strainer, Ballast Suction......................................................................................... 0046-15 Duplex Strainer, Ballast Suction......................................................................................... 0046-15 Ballast Manifold.................................................................................................................. 0046-16 Ballast Manifold.................................................................................................................. 0046-16 Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit (ROWPU)......................................................... 0046-18 Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit (ROWPU)......................................................... 0046-18 Filtration System Valves and Gages.................................................................................. 0046-22 Filtration System Valves and Gages.................................................................................. 0046-22 Flow Control Panel Indicators and Controls....................................................................... 0046-24 Flow Control Panel Indicators and Controls....................................................................... 0046-24 System Controller............................................................................................................... 0046-26 System Controller............................................................................................................... 0046-26

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. Table 21. Figure 21. Table 22. Figure 22. Table 23. Figure 23. Table 24. Figure 24. Table 25. Media Filter Gages and Valves.......................................................................................... 0046-29 Media Filter Gages and Valves.......................................................................................... 0046-29 Media Filter Valve Locations.............................................................................................. 0046-30 Media Filter Valve Locations.............................................................................................. 0046-30 24 V DC Control Panel....................................................................................................... 0046-31 24 V DC Control Panel....................................................................................................... 0046-31 440 V Power Panel No. 5................................................................................................... 0046-32 440 V Power Panel No. 5................................................................................................... 0046-32 PA System Speaker and Volume Control.......................................................................... 0046-37 PA System Speaker and Volume Control.......................................................................... 0046-37 FM-200 Fire Suppression System...................................................................................... 0046-38 FM-200 Fire Suppression System...................................................................................... 0046-38 Potable Water Hydropneumatic Tank................................................................................ 0046-40 Potable Water Hydropneumatic Tank................................................................................ 0046-40 Emergency Steering Station............................................................................................... 0046-42 Emergency Steering Station............................................................................................... 0046-42 Steering System Hydraulic Power Pack and Motor Controller........................................... 0046-44 Steering System Hydraulic Power Pack and Motor Controller........................................... 0046-44 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0046-46 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0046-46 Drill Press........................................................................................................................... 0046-47 Drill Press........................................................................................................................... 0046-47 Welder................................................................................................................................ 0046-48 Welder................................................................................................................................ 0046-48 Space Heater..................................................................................................................... 0046-51 Space Heater..................................................................................................................... 0046-51 Exhaust Fan Controller....................................................................................................... 0046-52

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 25. Table 26. Figure 26. Table 27. Figure 27. Table 28. Figure 28. Table 29. Figure 29. Table 30. Figure 30. Table 31. Figure 31. Table 32. Figure 32. Table 33. Figure 33. Table 34. Figure 34. Table 35. Figure 35. Exhaust Fan Controller....................................................................................................... 0046-52 Bench Grinder.................................................................................................................... 0046-53 Bench Grinder.................................................................................................................... 0046-53 Potable Water Gage Panel................................................................................................. 0046-54 Potable Water Gage Panel................................................................................................. 0046-54 Potable Water Sight Glass................................................................................................. 0046-54 Potable Water Sight Glass................................................................................................. 0046-54 Potable Water Pump and Bilge and Ballast Pump Motor Controllers................................ 0046-55 Potable Water Pump and Bilge and Ballast Pump Motor Controllers................................ 0046-55 Potable Water Pumps........................................................................................................ 0046-56 Potable Water Pumps........................................................................................................ 0046-56 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Condensing Units........................................................ 0046-58 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Condensing Units........................................................ 0046-58 Condenser Cooling Water Valves...................................................................................... 0046-60 Condenser Cooling Water Valves...................................................................................... 0046-60 Eductor and Stern Tube Pressure Gages.......................................................................... 0046-63 Eductor and Stern Tube Pressure Gages.......................................................................... 0046-63 Fire and GS Pump Motor Controllers and Pressure Gages............................................... 0046-64 Fire and GS Pump Motor Controllers and Pressure Gages............................................... 0046-64 Bilge Manifold..................................................................................................................... 0046-66 Bilge Manifold..................................................................................................................... 0046-66

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS SHAFT ALLEYS....................................................................................................................................................... WP 0047 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Starboard Shaft Alley........................................................................................................... 0047-2 Starboard Shaft Alley........................................................................................................... 0047-2 Port Shaft Alley..................................................................................................................... 0047-4 Port Shaft Alley..................................................................................................................... 0047-4

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Page No. WP Sequence No. DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS BOW THRUSTER COMPARTMENT......................................................................................................................................... WP 0048 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Bow Thruster Compartment................................................................................................. 0048-2 Bow Thruster Compartment................................................................................................. 0048-2 Space Heater....................................................................................................................... 0048-4 Space Heater....................................................................................................................... 0048-4 Bow Thruster Lube Oil Reservoir......................................................................................... 0048-5 Bow Thruster Lube Oil Reservoir......................................................................................... 0048-5

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS TOWING GEAR LOCKER...................................................................................................................................................... WP 0049 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Towing Gear Locker............................................................................................................. 0049-2 Towing Gear Locker............................................................................................................. 0049-2 Service Valves...................................................................................................................... 0049-3 Service Valves...................................................................................................................... 0049-3 Space Heater....................................................................................................................... 0049-4 Space Heater....................................................................................................................... 0049-4

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS STEERING GEAR COMPARTMENT......................................................................................................................................... WP 0050 Table 1. Figure 1. Steering Gear Compartment................................................................................................ 0050-2 Steering Gear Compartment................................................................................................ 0050-2

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MAIN DECK EXTERIOR................................................................................................................................................... WP 0051 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Fantail................................................................................................................................... 0051-2 Fantail................................................................................................................................... 0051-2 Towing Machine................................................................................................................... 0051-4 Towing Machine................................................................................................................... 0051-4 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0051-6 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0051-6 Fire Station........................................................................................................................... 0051-7

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Fire Station........................................................................................................................... 0051-7 FM-200 Exterior Manual Pull Box......................................................................................... 0051-8 FM-200 Exterior Manual Pull Box. ....................................................................................... 0051-8 Capstan Control Valve......................................................................................................... 0051-9 Capstan Control Valve......................................................................................................... 0051-9 Tow Pin Control.................................................................................................................. 0051-10 Tow Pin Control.................................................................................................................. 0051-10

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS FAN ROOM, MAIN DECK........................................................................................................................................................... WP 0052 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Fan Room, Main Deck.......................................................................................................... 0052-2 Fan Room, Main Deck.......................................................................................................... 0052-2 Preheater/Reheater Controller............................................................................................. 0052-4 Preheater/Reheater Controller............................................................................................. 0052-4 Crew Mess and Galley Supply Fan Motor Controllers......................................................... 0052-5 Crew Mess and Galley Supply Fan Motor Controllers......................................................... 0052-5 AMS 2 Supply Fan Motor Controller..................................................................................... 0052-6 AMS 2 Supply Fan Motor Controller..................................................................................... 0052-6 HVAC Manifold..................................................................................................................... 0052-8 HVAC Manifold..................................................................................................................... 0052-8 Steering Gear Oil Reservoir............................................................................................... 0052-10 Steering Gear Oil Reservoir............................................................................................... 0052-10

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MAIN DECK VESTIBULE................................................................................................................................................. WP 0053 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Main Deck Vestibule, General Arrangement........................................................................ 0053-2 Main Deck Vestibule, General Arrangement........................................................................ 0053-2 Water Washdown Station..................................................................................................... 0053-4 Water Washdown Station..................................................................................................... 0053-4 Hydraulic Reservoir, AMS 2 Watertight Door....................................................................... 0053-5

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Hydraulic Reservoir, AMS 2 Watertight Door....................................................................... 0053-5 Fire Emergency Panel.......................................................................................................... 0053-6 Fire Emergency Panel.......................................................................................................... 0053-6

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MESS/ RECREATION ROOM................................................................................................................................. WP 0054 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Mess/Recreation Room, General Arrangement................................................................... 0054-2 Mess/Recreation Room, General Arrangement................................................................... 0054-2 Intercom............................................................................................................................... 0054-6 Intercom............................................................................................................................... 0054-6 PA Speaker and Volume Control......................................................................................... 0054-8 PA Speaker and Volume Control......................................................................................... 0054-8 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0054-9 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0054-9 440 V Power Panel No. 3................................................................................................... 0054-10 440 V Power Panel No. 3................................................................................................... 0054-10 Icemaker............................................................................................................................. 0054-16 Icemaker............................................................................................................................. 0054-16 Refrigerator........................................................................................................................ 0054-17 Refrigerator........................................................................................................................ 0054-17 Milk Dispenser.................................................................................................................... 0054-18 Milk Dispenser.................................................................................................................... 0054-18 Beverage Dispenser........................................................................................................... 0054-19 Beverage Dispenser........................................................................................................... 0054-19 Microwave Oven................................................................................................................. 0054-20 Microwave Oven................................................................................................................. 0054-20 Toaster............................................................................................................................... 0054-21 Toaster............................................................................................................................... 0054-21 AMS 2 Watertight Door Indicator........................................................................................ 0054-21

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. AMS 2 Watertight Door Indicator........................................................................................ 0054-21 120 V Main Deck, 01 and 02 Emergency Lighting Panel No. 1......................................... 0054-22 120 V Main Deck, 01 and 02 Emergency Lighting Panel No. 1......................................... 0054-22 Fire Station......................................................................................................................... 0054-24 Fire Station......................................................................................................................... 0054-24

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS GALLEY............................ WP 0055 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Galley................................................................................................................................... 0055-2 Galley................................................................................................................................... 0055-2 Ship's Store Reefer System Freezer Defrost Timer............................................................. 0055-6 Ship's Store Reefer System Freezer Defrost Timer............................................................. 0055-6 Trash Compactor.................................................................................................................. 0055-7 Trash Compactor.................................................................................................................. 0055-7 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0055-8 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0055-8 Steam Table......................................................................................................................... 0055-9 Steam Table......................................................................................................................... 0055-9 Meat Slicer......................................................................................................................... 0055-10 Meat Slicer......................................................................................................................... 0055-10 Mixer................................................................................................................................... 0055-12 Mixer................................................................................................................................... 0055-12 Fire Alarm Pull Station........................................................................................................ 0055-14 Fire Alarm Pull Station........................................................................................................ 0055-14 Thermostat......................................................................................................................... 0055-15 Thermostat......................................................................................................................... 0055-15 440 V Power Panel No. 2................................................................................................... 0055-16 440 V Power Panel No. 2................................................................................................... 0055-16 Coffee Maker...................................................................................................................... 0055-19

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 11. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. Table 21. Figure 21. Table 22. Figure 22. Table 23. Figure 23. Table 24. Figure 24. Coffee Maker...................................................................................................................... 0055-19 Toaster............................................................................................................................... 0055-20 Toaster............................................................................................................................... 0055-20 Microwave Oven................................................................................................................. 0055-22 Microwave Oven................................................................................................................. 0055-22 Range................................................................................................................................. 0055-24 Range................................................................................................................................. 0055-24 Griddle................................................................................................................................ 0055-25 Griddle................................................................................................................................ 0055-25 Ventilator Hood................................................................................................................... 0055-26 Ventilator Hood................................................................................................................... 0055-26 Fryer................................................................................................................................... 0055-28 Fryer................................................................................................................................... 0055-28 Ventilation Control Cabinet................................................................................................. 0055-30 Ventilation Control Cabinet................................................................................................. 0055-30 Galley Fire Suppression System Cabinet........................................................................... 0055-33 Galley Fire Suppression System Cabinet........................................................................... 0055-33 Peeler................................................................................................................................. 0055-34 Peeler................................................................................................................................. 0055-34 Baker's Scale...................................................................................................................... 0055-35 Baker's Scale...................................................................................................................... 0055-35 Dishwasher......................................................................................................................... 0055-36 Dishwasher......................................................................................................................... 0055-36 Galley Exhaust Fan Motor Controller................................................................................. 0055-37 Galley Exhaust Fan Motor Controller................................................................................. 0055-37 220/110 V Distribution Panel.............................................................................................. 0055-38 220/110 V Distribution Panel.............................................................................................. 0055-38

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 25. Figure 25. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 1........................................................................................... 0055-41 120 V Distribution Panel No. 1........................................................................................... 0055-41

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MAIN DECK STATEROOMS AND SANITARY SPACES................................................................................................. WP 0056 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Main Deck Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement.................................. 0056-2 Main Deck Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement.................................. 0056-2 Thermostat........................................................................................................................... 0056-5 Thermostat........................................................................................................................... 0056-5 Intercom............................................................................................................................... 0056-6 Intercom............................................................................................................................... 0056-6 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0056-8 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0056-8 Convection Heater................................................................................................................ 0056-9 Convection Heater................................................................................................................ 0056-9 120 V Distribution Panel No. 3........................................................................................... 0056-10 120 V Distribution Panel No. 3........................................................................................... 0056-10 Deck Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 3............................................................................... 0056-14 Deck Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 3............................................................................... 0056-14 AMS 1 Hydraulic Watertight Door Controls........................................................................ 0056-16 AMS 1 Hydraulic Watertight Door Controls........................................................................ 0056-16

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS BOATSWAIN'S STORE, ARMS LOCKER, AND LAUNDRY ROOM.................................................................................... WP 0057 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Room General Arrangement...................... 0057-2 Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Room General Arrangement...................... 0057-2 PA Speaker and Volume Control......................................................................................... 0057-5 PA Speaker and Volume Control......................................................................................... 0057-5 Boatswain's Store Supply Fan Motor Controller................................................................... 0057-6 Boatswain's Store Supply Fan Motor Controller................................................................... 0057-6

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. HVAC System Controller for Re/Preheater 1-52-1............................................................... 0057-7 HVAC System Controller for Re/Preheater 1-52-1............................................................... 0057-7 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0057-8 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0057-8 Washer................................................................................................................................. 0057-9 Washer................................................................................................................................. 0057-9 Dryer................................................................................................................................... 0057-10 Dryer................................................................................................................................... 0057-10

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 01 LEVEL WEATHER DECKS...................................................................................................................................... WP 0058 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. 01 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement.................................................................. 0058-2 01 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement.................................................................. 0058-2 Anchor Windlass.................................................................................................................. 0058-4 Anchor Windlass.................................................................................................................. 0058-4 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0058-5 Sound Powered Telephone.................................................................................................. 0058-5 Fire Station........................................................................................................................... 0058-6 Fire Station........................................................................................................................... 0058-6 Anchor Windlass Controls.................................................................................................... 0058-7 Anchor Windlass Controls.................................................................................................... 0058-7 Aft Auxiliary Control Station.................................................................................................. 0058-8 Aft Auxiliary Control Station.................................................................................................. 0058-8 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.................................................................................... 0058-10 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.................................................................................... 0058-10 Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (LT 803 Only).................................................... 0058-12 Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (LT 803 Only).................................................... 0058-12 Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (All Other Vessels)............................................ 0058-16 Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (All Other Vessels)............................................ 0058-16

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Crane.................................................................................................................................. 0058-20 Crane.................................................................................................................................. 0058-20 Load Moment Indicator....................................................................................................... 0058-22 Load Moment Indicator....................................................................................................... 0058-22

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR (EDG) ROOM......................................................................................................... WP 0059 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Room, General Arrangement..................................... 0059-2 Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Room, General Arrangement..................................... 0059-2 120 V Emergency Load Center Distribution Panel............................................................... 0059-6 120 V Emergency Load Center Distribution Panel............................................................... 0059-6 Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Control Panel........................................................... 0059-10 Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Control Panel........................................................... 0059-10 Emergency Switchboard.................................................................................................... 0059-12 Emergency Switchboard.................................................................................................... 0059-12 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0059-16 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0059-16 Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Battery Charger....................................................... 0059-17 Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Battery Charger....................................................... 0059-17

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 01 LEVEL STATEROOMS AND SANITARY SPACES................................................................................................. WP 0060 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. 01 Level Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement...................................... 0060-2 01 Level Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement...................................... 0060-2 Thermostat........................................................................................................................... 0060-5 Thermostat........................................................................................................................... 0060-5 120 V Pilothouse Emergency Distribution Panel.................................................................. 0060-6 120 V Pilothouse Emergency Distribution Panel.................................................................. 0060-6 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0060-11 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0060-11

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Intercom............................................................................................................................. 0060-12 Intercom............................................................................................................................. 0060-12 Convection Heater.............................................................................................................. 0060-13 Convection Heater.............................................................................................................. 0060-13 Convector Heater 120 V Fuse Box No. 2........................................................................... 0060-14 Convector Heater 120 V Fuse Box No. 2........................................................................... 0060-14 01 & 02 Level Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 1................................................................. 0060-16 01 & 02 Level Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 1................................................................. 0060-16 PA Speaker and Volume Control....................................................................................... 0060-19 PA Speaker and Volume Control....................................................................................... 0060-19 Fire Station......................................................................................................................... 0060-20 Fire Station......................................................................................................................... 0060-20 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2........................................................................................... 0060-22 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2........................................................................................... 0060-22 220 V Air Conditioning Distribution Panel.......................................................................... 0060-26 220 V Air Conditioning Distribution Panel.......................................................................... 0060-26 120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2................................................................ 0060-28 120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2................................................................ 0060-28

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 01 LEVEL FAN ROOMS....................................................................................................................................................... WP 0061 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. 01 Level Fan Room, Aft........................................................................................................ 0061-2 01 Level Fan Room, Aft........................................................................................................ 0061-2 01 Level Fan Room, Forward............................................................................................... 0061-4 01 Level Fan Room, Forward............................................................................................... 0061-4 Newmar Power Supply......................................................................................................... 0061-5 Newmar Power Supply......................................................................................................... 0061-5 60 and 200 A Power Disconnects........................................................................................ 0061-6 60 and 200 A Power Disconnects........................................................................................ 0061-6

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Reheater Motor Controller.................................................................................................... 0061-7 Reheater Motor Controller.................................................................................................... 0061-7 Fan Coil Unit and Sanitary Space Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers...................................... 0061-8 Fan Coil Unit and Sanitary Space Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers...................................... 0061-8 Searchlight Power Supply.................................................................................................... 0061-9 Searchlight Power Supply.................................................................................................... 0061-9 HVAC Manifold................................................................................................................... 0061-10 HVAC Manifold................................................................................................................... 0061-10

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 02 LEVEL WEATHER DECKS...................................................................................................................................... WP 0062 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. 02 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement.................................................................. 0062-1 02 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement.................................................................. 0062-1 Bridge Wing Control Station................................................................................................. 0062-2 Bridge Wing Control Station................................................................................................. 0062-2 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel...................................................................................... 0062-4 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel...................................................................................... 0062-4 Fire Station........................................................................................................................... 0062-6 Fire Station........................................................................................................................... 0062-6

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS RADIO ROOM................... WP 0063 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Radio Room, Looking to Port............................................................................................... 0063-2 Radio Room, Looking to Port............................................................................................... 0063-2 Radio Room, Looking to Starboard...................................................................................... 0063-3 Radio Room, Looking to Starboard...................................................................................... 0063-3 120 V Elex Distribution Panel............................................................................................... 0063-4 120 V Elex Distribution Panel............................................................................................... 0063-4 Radio Rack 1 (Port) (LT 803 Only)....................................................................................... 0063-8 Radio Rack 1 (Port) (LT 803 Only)....................................................................................... 0063-8 Radio Rack 2 (Centerline) (LT 803 Only)........................................................................... 0063-10

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Table 9. Figure 9. Radio Rack 2 (Centerline) (LT 803 Only)........................................................................... 0063-10 Radio Rack 3 (Starboard) (LT 803 Only)............................................................................ 0063-12 Radio Rack 3 (Starboard) (LT 803 Only)............................................................................ 0063-12 Radio Rack and Radio Station Desk (All Other Vessels)................................................... 0063-14 Radio Rack and Radio Station Desk (All Other Vessels)................................................... 0063-14 International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) Fleet 77 Handset and Distress Cradle (All Other Vessels)............................................................................. 0063-17 International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) Fleet 77 Handset and Distress Cradle (All Other Vessels)............................................................................. 0063-17 General Alarm and Emergency Lighting Panel.................................................................. 0063-18 General Alarm and Emergency Lighting Panel.................................................................. 0063-18

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS PILOTHOUSE.... ............... WP 0064 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Table 3. Figure 3. Table 4. Figure 4. Table 5. Figure 5. Table 6. Figure 6. Table 7. Figure 7. Table 8. Figure 8. Pilothouse, General Arrangement........................................................................................ 0064-2 Pilothouse, General Arrangement........................................................................................ 0064-2 Pilothouse, Looking to Port.................................................................................................. 0064-6 Pilothouse, Looking to Port.................................................................................................. 0064-6 Pilothouse, Looking to Starboard......................................................................................... 0064-8 Pilothouse, Looking to Starboard......................................................................................... 0064-8 Pilothouse, Frame 38, Looking Forward............................................................................ 0064-10 Pilothouse, Frame 38, Looking Forward............................................................................ 0064-10 Pilothouse, Frame 39, Looking Forward............................................................................ 0064-12 Pilothouse, Frame 39, Looking Forward............................................................................ 0064-12 Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (LT 803 Only).............................................................. 0064-14 Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (LT 803 Only).............................................................. 0064-14 Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (All Other Vessels)...................................................... 0064-15 Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (All Other Vessels)...................................................... 0064-15 Pilothouse, Frame 42, Looking Aft..................................................................................... 0064-16 Pilothouse, Frame 42, Looking Aft..................................................................................... 0064-16

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 9. Figure 9. Table 10. Figure 10. Table 11. Figure 11. Table 12. Figure 12. Table 13. Figure 13. Table 14. Figure 14. Table 15. Figure 15. Table 16. Figure 16. Table 17. Figure 17. Table 18. Figure 18. Table 19. Figure 19. Table 20. Figure 20. Table 21. Figure 21. Table 22. Searchlight Controls........................................................................................................... 0064-17 Searchlight Controls........................................................................................................... 0064-17 Fire Pump START/STOP Panel......................................................................................... 0064-18 Fire Pump START/STOP Panel......................................................................................... 0064-18 Pilothouse Alarm Panel...................................................................................................... 0064-20 Pilothouse Alarm Panel...................................................................................................... 0064-20 21 MC Intercom.................................................................................................................. 0064-22 21 MC Intercom.................................................................................................................. 0064-22 Panel Mounted Adjustable Light......................................................................................... 0064-24 Panel Mounted Adjustable Light......................................................................................... 0064-24 Deck/Console Lighting Panel............................................................................................. 0064-25 Deck/Console Lighting Panel............................................................................................. 0064-25 Pilothouse Port HVAC Panel.............................................................................................. 0064-26 Pilothouse Port HVAC Panel.............................................................................................. 0064-26 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.................................................................................... 0064-28 Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.................................................................................... 0064-28 Navigator's Seat................................................................................................................. 0064-31 Navigator's Seat................................................................................................................. 0064-31 Water Cooler...................................................................................................................... 0064-32 Water Cooler...................................................................................................................... 0064-32 Coffee Maker...................................................................................................................... 0064-33 Coffee Maker...................................................................................................................... 0064-33 Clinometer, Trim................................................................................................................. 0064-34 Clinometer, Trim................................................................................................................. 0064-34 Clinometer, Heel................................................................................................................. 0064-35 Clinometer, Heel................................................................................................................. 0064-35 Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0064-36

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Figure 22. Table 23. Figure 23. Table 24. Figure 24. Table 25. Figure 25. Table 26. Figure 26. Table 27. Figure 27. Table 28. Figure 28. Table 29. Figure 29. Table 30. Figure 30. Table 31. Figure 31. Table 32. Figure 32. Table 33. Figure 33. Table 34. Figure 34. Table 35. Figure 35. Sound Powered Telephone................................................................................................ 0064-36 Navigation Lighting Panel................................................................................................... 0064-38 Navigation Lighting Panel................................................................................................... 0064-38 Fire Detection Remote Indicator Panel.............................................................................. 0064-41 Fire Detection Remote Indicator Panel.............................................................................. 0064-41 Blinker Light Key................................................................................................................ 0064-42 Blinker Light Key................................................................................................................ 0064-42 Door Alarm Switchboard.................................................................................................... 0064-43 Door Alarm Switchboard.................................................................................................... 0064-43 Towing Gear Strain Gage and Fog Horn Timer................................................................. 0064-45 Towing Gear Strain Gage and Fog Horn Timer................................................................. 0064-45 Clearview Screen Controls................................................................................................. 0064-46 Clearview Screen Controls................................................................................................. 0064-46 Windscreen Wiper Panel.................................................................................................... 0064-47 Windscreen Wiper Panel.................................................................................................... 0064-47 Screen Element Panel........................................................................................................ 0064-48 Screen Element Panel........................................................................................................ 0064-48 Binnacle Light Panel........................................................................................................... 0064-50 Binnacle Light Panel........................................................................................................... 0064-50 At Will and Automatic Fog Whistle Controller..................................................................... 0064-51 At Will and Automatic Fog Whistle Controller..................................................................... 0064-51 PA Console........................................................................................................................ 0064-52 PA Console........................................................................................................................ 0064-52 UPS Bypass and Disconnect Switch Box........................................................................... 0064-54 UPS Bypass and Disconnect Switch Box........................................................................... 0064-54 120 V Radar Power Distribution Panel............................................................................... 0064-55 120 V Radar Power Distribution Panel............................................................................... 0064-55

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Page No. WP Sequence No. Table 36. Figure 36. Table 37. Figure 37. Table 38. Figure 38. EMER Batt Charger............................................................................................................ 0064-56 EMER Batt Charger............................................................................................................ 0064-56 GMDSS Batt Charger......................................................................................................... 0064-57 GMDSS Batt Charger......................................................................................................... 0064-57 12 V Batt Charger............................................................................................................... 0064-58 12 V Batt Charger............................................................................................................... 0064-58

DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS PILOTHOUSE TOP AND MASTS........................................................................................................................................ WP 0065 Table 1. Figure 1. Table 2. Figure 2. Pilothouse Top, General Arrangement................................................................................. 0065-2 Pilothouse Top, General Arrangement................................................................................. 0065-2 Fire Monitor.......................................................................................................................... 0065-3 Fire Monitor.......................................................................................................................... 0065-3

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CHAPTER 2 DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS FOR LT-800 SERIES

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENGINE ROOM: MAIN ENGINES AND SHIP'S SERVICE DIESEL GENERATORS (SSDGS)

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ENGINE ROOM: MAIN ENGINES AND SSDGS Table 1.
1

Engine Room: Main Engines and Ship's Service Diesel Generators (SSDGs).
2 3 4

5

9

8

FWD

7

6
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Figure 1. Engine Room: Main Engines and Ship's Service Diesel Generators (SSDGs). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Fwc-4, F.W. FR. M.E. No. 2 TO KEEL CLR. Valve

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant through main engine 2's keel cooler.

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Control/Indicator

2

Main Engine 2

Main engine 2 provides propulsive power to drive the port propeller. See Figure 11 for details. This valve secures the flow of engine coolant through SSDG 2's keel cooler.

3

Fwc-12, F.W. FR. S.S.D.G. No. 2 TO KEEL CLR. Valve SSDG 2

4

SSDG 2 is one of two SSDGs that provide the primary source of vessel power. See Figure 20 for details. This valve secures the flow of raw water to the bow thruster and pump drive engines.

5

Asw-17, SEA SUCTION S.W. COOLING Valve SSDG 1

6

SSDG 1 is one of two SSDGs that provide the primary source of vessel power. See Figure 13 for details. This valve secures the flow of engine coolant through SSDG 1's keel cooler.

7

Fwc-11, F.W. FR. S.S.D.G. No. 1 TO KEEL CLR. Valve Main Engine 1

8

Main engine 1 provides propulsive power to drive the starboard propeller. See Figure 2 for details. This secures the flow of engine coolant through main engine 1's keel cooler.

9

Fwc-3, F.W. FR. M.E. No.1 TO KEEL CLR. Valve

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1

2

3

4 5

6

7 8, 9 10 11 12

13

14 15 16

17 18 19 20

21 22 23

24 49 20 32 33 43 44 47 46 45 42 31 30 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 29 28 26 27 26 25

48

FWD
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Figure 2. Key

Main Engine 1 Operator Controls and Indicators, General Arrangement. Function

Control/Indicator

1

RDCN GR #1 LUBO PRESS Gage Temperature Gage, Lube Oil RDCN GR #1 LUBO COOLER PRESS Gage

This gage displays the reduction gear 1 lube oil pressure.

2

This gage indicates the lube oil temperature for reduction gear 1.

3

This gage indicates the lube oil cooler pressure for reduction gear 1.

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Control/Indicator

4

RDCN GR No. 1 FW COOLING TEMP Gage Air Filter Restriction Indicator

This gage indicates the temperature of the cooling water for reduction gear 1.

5

This indicator shows GREEN when the main engine air filter restriction is acceptable and shows RED when the main engine air filter restriction is unacceptable. This gage indicates the pressure in the fresh water cooling system for reduction gear 1.

6

RDCN GR #1 FW COOLING PMP DISCH PRESS Gage RDCN GR #2 FW COOLING PMP DISCH PRESS Gage Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water to Aftercooler Cutoff Valve, Aftercooler Drain Fwc-15, FR. KEEL CLR TO RED. GEAR No. 1 Valve Fwc-13, FR. RED. GEAR No. 1 TO KEEL CLR Valve Air Box Drain Valve (Port and Starboard) Dipstick (Port and Starboard)

7

This gage indicates the pressure in the fresh water cooling system of reduction gear 2.

8

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant to the aftercooler.

9

This cutoff valve permits draining of engine coolant from the aftercooler.

10

This cutoff valve secures the flow of fresh water through the reduction gear's cooling system.

11

This cutoff valve secures the flow of fresh water through the reduction gear's cooling system.

12

This valve permits the draining of water and oil from the air boxes.

13

The dipstick indicates the lube oil level in the engine.

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Cutoff Valve, Lube Oil Pressure Remote Sensor Injector Control Lever Lo-31, M.E. No. 1 LUBO PUR DISCH/ FILL Valve Lo-48, C.O.V. PRELUBE PMP. DISCH. Valve Cutoff Valve, Lube Oil Sampling Port Pressure Gage, Port Water Jacket Main Engine Control Panel Temperature Gage, Engine Coolant Inlet FO-20, F.O. SPLY TO STBD ME No. 1 Valve Fuel Filter/Water Separator

This valve secures the pressure to the main engine 1 remote lube oil pressure sensor.

15

This lever permits manual control of the fuel rack. See Figure 7 for details.

16

This valve secures the flow of lube oil to/from main engine 1 from/to the lube oil purifier.

17

This valve secures the flow of lube oil from the prelube discharge pump to main engine 1.

18

This valve secures the flow of lube oil at the sampling port on the prelube pump.

19

This gage indicates the jacket water pressure in main engine 1's port water jacket. This panel contains the controls and indicators for main engine 1. See Figure 3 for details. This gage indicates the temperature of the engine coolant entering the engine from the keel coolers. This cutoff valve secures the fuel oil supply to main engine 1.

20

21

22

23

This quadplex fuel/water separator removes water from the fuel entering main engine 1. The unit also provides primary fuel filtration for main engine 1. See Figure 4 for details.

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Control/Indicator

24 25

Cutoff Valve Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater Vent Cutoff Valves Differential Pressure Gage, Oil Filter Sight Glass

This valve secures the flow of lube oil from the oil filter to the hose connector. This valve secures the flow of engine coolant from the jacket water heater to the expansion tank. These valves secure the pressure to the oil filter differential pressure gage. This gage indicates the differential pressure across the oil filter.

26 27

28

The sight glass indicates the engine coolant level in the expansion tank. See Figure 5 for details. The hand pump is used for priming the fuel system.

29

Hand Pump, Fuel Priming Lube Oil Temperature Gage Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater Vent Governor Overspeed Trip Lever

30

This gage indicates the temperature of main engine 1's lubricating oil.

31

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant from the jacket water heater to expansion tank. The governor controls main engine 1's speed. See Figure 8 for details. In an overspeed condition, the lever moves into the tripped position and secures fuel flow to the combustion chambers, stopping the engine. See Figure 7 for details. This gage indicates water pressure in main engine 1's starboard water jacket.

32 33

34

Pressure Gage, Starboard Water Jacket

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CA-9 STG AIR TO ME #1 Fuel Filter Selector Valve Starting Air Regulator De-7, BOW THRUSTER ENG. EXH. DR. Valve Turbocharger Prelube Oil Pressure Gage De-5, S.S.D.G. No. 1 EXH. DR. Valve Cutoff Valve, Starting Air Remote Sensor De-3, M.E. No. 1. EXH. DR. Valve Starting Air Valve Pressure Gage, Lube Oil Pressure

This cutoff valve secures the compressed air supply to main engine 1's starting system. This valve permits either one or both fuel filters to supply the main engine's fuel system. See Figure 6 for details. This regulates the starting air position to the starting motors.

36

37

38

This valve drains the condensate from the bow thruster engine's exhaust system when OPEN.

39

This gage indicates the lube oil pressure supplied to the turbocharger by the turbocharger prelube oil pump.

40

This valve drains the condensate from SSDG 1's exhaust system when OPEN.

41

This valve secures the pressure to the starting air remote sensor for main engine 1.

42

This valve drains condensation from main engine 1's exhaust when OPEN.

43 44

This valve controls the flow of starting air in the engine's starters. This gage indicates lube oil pressure at the cam gear case.

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Control/Indicator

45 46

Dipstick Shaft Brake Cylinder Reduction Gear Pressure Gage #1 SHAFT BRAKE PANEL Sight Glass, REDN GR COOLING RSVR

The dipstick indicates the oil level for reduction gear 1. This cylinder controls the shaft brake. See Figure 9 for details.

47

This gage indicates the operating oil pressure in the reduction gear.

48

This panel controls the operation of the shaft brake for shaft 1. See Figure 10 for details. This is the sight glass that displays the level of coolant in the reduction gear cooling reservoir.

49

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Table 3.

Main Engine Control Panel.

1

2

3

4

LUBE OIL

FUEL OIL

START AIR

ELECTRO-MOTIVE DIVISION
La Grange Illinios U.S.A.

GM ELECTRO-MOTIVE POWER

DATE

OFF

12

MODEL SERIAL NO.

19

5
TOTAL SOUND

6

ENGINE RPM

ANNUNCIATOR

18 17

ENGINE RPM

TOTAL HOURS

7 8 9 10

ANNUNCIATOR

11 12 13 14 15 16
Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Engine Control Panel.
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1 2 3

LUBE OIL Gage FUEL OIL Gage START AIR Gage

The lube oil gage indicates the lube oil pressure of the main engine. The fuel oil gage indicates the fuel oil pressure of the main engine. The start air gage indicates the starting air pressure available to the main engine. The digital readout displays the cylinder temperature for the selected cylinder.

4

Digital Readout Pyrometer ENGINE RPM Tachometer TOTAL HOURS Meter

5

This meter indicates engine speed in rpm.

6

This meter records the total hours of engine operation.

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Function

7

IMMR HEATER ON Indicator ENGINE START Indicator CONTROL POWER Indicator ON and OFF Pushbuttons ENGINE STOP Pushbutton IMMR HEATER OFF Indicator ALARM TEST ON Light ALARM OFF Pushbutton ANNUNCIATOR Display STOP Pushbutton START Pushbutton VALVES

The indicator illuminates to indicate that the main engine jacket water heater is ON. When this indicator is momentarily pressed, the turbocharger lube oil pump is started. When held for more than 2 seconds, the engine starter is engaged. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the control system is ON.

8

9

10

These buttons are used to turn the control power ON and OFF.

11

When the engine stop button is pressed, the engine shuts down.

12

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the main engine jacket water heater is OFF. The alarm test is used to check all lights to ensure that they are operational. This light illuminates to indicate power to the alarm system. The alarm off pushbutton turns OFF the alarm.

13 14 15

16

This display panel indicates various fault conditions.

17 18 19

The stop pushbutton stops the prelube pump. This pushbutton starts the prelube pump. These are the control valves for the pressure gages (Table 3, Items 1, 2, and 3).

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1

1

1

15 10 5 0 30 20 25 10 5 0

15 20 25 30 10 5 0

15 20 25 30 10 5 0

15 20 25 30

4

2, 3

4

2, 3

4

2, 3
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4

2, 3

Figure 4. Fuel Filter/Water Separators. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Filter Restriction Gage Fuel Supply Cutoff Valve

This gage indicates the level of filter restriction present at the individual filter unit. Located on the forward side of the filters, these valves secure the supply of fuel to the individual filter units permitting one filter unit to be serviced while the other filter units remain in service. Located on the after side of the filters, these valves secure the discharge of fuel from the individual filter units permitting one filter unit to be serviced while the other filter units remain in service.

2

3

Fuel Discharge Cutoff Valve

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4

Drain Cock

The drain cock permits the draining of water and contaminants from the individual filter units' bowls. Table 5. Main Engine Coolant Expansion Tank Sight Glass.
1

FULL

2
CAUTION: REMOVE CAP SLOWLY DO NOT OVERFILL.
FULL LOW S T O P

R U N LOW

3

1
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Figure 5. Main Engine Coolant Expansion Tank Sight Glass. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Cutoff Valves

These valves secure the flow of engine coolant to the sight glass for service or replacement. This indicator provides a visual indication of the proper engine coolant level in the expansion tank. The sight glass provides a visual indication of the engine coolant level in the expansion tank.

2

Service Level Indicator Sight Glass

3

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Table 6.

Fuel Filter Selector Valve.

1

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Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fuel Filter Selector Valve.

1

Selector Valve

This valve permits selection of the online filter(s), When in the center position, both filters are online. When in the R position, only the right filter is online. When in the L position, only the left filter is online.

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Table 7.

Overspeed Trip and Injector Control Levers.
3 1 2

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Figure 7. Overspeed Trip and Injector Control Levers. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Injector Control Lever Overspeed Trip Lever Shutdown Lever

The control lever permits manual control of the fuel injector rack during startup.

2

In an overspeed condition, this lever moves into the TRIPPED position and secures fuel flow to the combustion chambers, stopping the engine. When manually placed in the TRIPPED position, the shutdown lever permits the overspeed trip lever to move into the TRIPPED position, stopping the engine.

3

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Governor.
1

3

6 5

4

PORT SIDE

STARBOARD SIDE

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Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator Function

Governor.

1

Manual Shutdown Button Oil Filter Cap Manual Speed Adjusting Knob

This button permits manual shutdown of the engine when pressed.

2 3

The oil filter cap permits filling of the governor with lube oil. This knob permits manual adjustment of main engine speed.

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Oil Drain Cock Terminal Shaft Scale Oil Level Sight Gage

The oil drain cock permits draining of lube oil from the governor. The shaft scale indicates fuel rack position.

6

The sight gage indicates the lube oil level within the governor.

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Table 9.

Shaft Brake Cylinder.

1

2

3

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Figure 9. Shaft Brake Cylinder. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Filler Cap Sight Glass

The filler cap permits filling the reservoir with brake fluid. The sight glass indicates the brake fluid level within the reservoir. When the metal ball is floating, the brake fluid is at the proper level. The bleed valve permits the bleeding of air from the shaft brake system.

3

Bleed Valve

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No. 2 Shaft Brake Panel

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Figure 10. Key Control/Indicator Function

Shaft Brake Panel.

1

Control Knob

PULL the control knob to apply the brake. PUSH the knob to release the brake.

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2

3

4

18 17 5, 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19

20

21

45

44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22
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Figure 11. Key

Main Engine 2 Operator Controls and Indicators, General Arrangement. Function

Control/Indicator

1

Pressure Gage, Shaft Brake Shaft Brake Cylinder Dipstick De-4, M.E. No. 2. EXH. DR. Valve Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water to Aftercooler

This gage indicates the pressure applied to the shaft brake.

2

This cylinder controls the shaft brake. See Figure 9 for details.

3 4

This tool indicates the oil level for reduction gear 2. This valve drains condensation from main engine 2's exhaust when OPEN.

5

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant to the aftercooler.

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6

Cutoff Valve, Aftercooler Drain De-6, S.S.D.G. No. 2 EXH. DR. Valve De-8, PUMP DRIVE ENG. EXH. DR. Valve Pressure Gage, Port Water Jacket Temperature Gage, Engine Coolant Outlet Temperature Gage, Engine Coolant Inlet Lo-47, C.O.V. PRELUBE PMP. DISCH Valve Sight Glass

This valve permits draining of engine coolant from the aftercooler.

7

When OPEN, this valve drains condensate from the SSDG 2 exhaust.

8

When OPEN, this valve drains condensation from the pump drive engine exhaust.

9

This gage indicates the pressure of the engine coolant in the engine's port water jacket. This gage indicates the temperature of the engine coolant being discharged from the engine to the keel cooler.

10

11

This gage indicates the temperature of the engine coolant being returned to the engine from the keel cooler. This valve secures the flow of oil from the prelube pump to main engine 2.

12

13

The sight glass indicates the engine coolant level in the expansion tank. See Figure 5 for details. This valve secures the flow of lube oil at the sampling port on the prelube pump.

14

Cutoff Valve, Lube Oil Sampling Port Hand Pump, Fuel Priming Prelube Pump Motor Controller Cutoff Valves

15

The hand pump is used for priming the fuel system.

16

The controller controls the motor for the main engine 2 prelube oil pump. See Figure 12 for details. These valves secure the pressure to the oil filter differential pressure gage.

17

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18

Differential Pressure Gage, Oil Filter Cutoff Valve, Fuel Oil Supply Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater Vent Fuel Filter/Water Separator

This gage indicates the differential pressure across the oil filter.

19

This valve secures the fuel oil supply to main engine 1.

20

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant from the jacket water heater to expansion tank. This quadplex fuel filter/water separator removes water from the fuel entering main engine 1. The unit also provides primary fuel filtration for main engine 1. See Figure 4 for details. This valve secures the flow of lube oil filter to the hose connector. This panel contains the controls and indicators for main engine 2. See Figure 3 for details. This valve secures the flow of engine coolant from the jacket water heater to the expansion tank. This gage indicates the temperature of main engine 2's lubricating oil.

21

22 23

Cutoff Valve Engine Control Panel Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater Vent Lube Oil Temperature Gage Governor Overspeed Trip Lever

24

25

26 27

The governor controls main engine 2's speed. See Figure 8 for details. In an overspeed condition, the lever moves into the tripped position and secures fuel flow to the combustion chambers, stopping the engine. See Figure 7 for details. This gage indicates the pressure of the engine coolant in the engine's starboard water jacket.

28

Pressure Gage, Starboard Water Jacket Injector Control Lever

29

This lever permits manual control of the fuel rack. See Figure 7 for details.

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Control/Indicator

30

Cutoff Valve, Starting Air Drain Fuel Filter Selector Valve Starting Air Regulator Starting Air Pressure Gage Turbocharger Prelube Oil Pressure Gage Dipstick (Port and Starboard) Cutoff Valve, Starting Air Pressure Remote Sensor Air Box Drain Valve (Port and Starboard) Fwc-14, F.W. FR. RED. GEAR No. 2 TO KEEL CLR Valve Fwc-16, F.W. FR. KEEL CLR TO RED. GEAR No. 2 Valve Temperature Gage, Reduction Gear Cooling Water

This valve permits draining of the starting air system's pressure.

31

This valve permits either one or both fuel filters to supply the main engine's fuel system. See Figure 6 for details. This regulates the starting air pressure to the starting motors.

32

33

This gage indicates the starting air system pressure.

34

This gage indicates the lube oil pressure supplied to the turbocharger by the turbocharger prelube oil pump.

35

This tool indicates the lube oil level in the engine.

36

This valve secures the pressure to the starting air pressure remote sensor.

37

This valve permits the draining of water and oil from the air boxes.

38

This cutoff valve secures the flow of fresh water through the reduction gear's cooling system.

39

This valve secures the flow of fresh water through the reduction gear's cooling system.

40

This gage indicates the temperature of the cooling water for reduction gear 2.

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Control/Indicator

41

Pressure Gage, Lube Oil Temperature Gage, Lube Oil Air Filter Restriction Indicator

This gage indicates the lube oil pressure for reduction gear 2.

42

This gage indicates the lube oil temperature for reduction gear 2.

43

This indicator shows GREEN when the main engine air filter restriction is acceptable and shows RED when the main engine air filter restriction is unacceptable. This gage indicates the lube oil pressure for reduction gear 2.

44

RDCN GR #2 LUBO PRESS #2 SHAFT BRAKE PANEL

45

This panel controls the operation of the shaft brake for shaft 2. See Figure 10 for details.

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Table 12.

Prelube Pump Motor Controller, Main Engine 2.

1

START

STOP
RESET

2

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Figure 12. Prelube Pump Motor Controller, Main Engine 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton

This pushbutton starts the prelube pump. This pushbutton stops the prelube pump.

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Table 13.

Ship's Service Diesel Generator 1 (SSDG 1).
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

16 18 17 15

14

13

12

11

10

9

FWD

O0013T73

Figure 13. Key Control/Indicator

Ship's Service Diesel Generator (SSDG 1).

Function

1

Engine Coolant Level Indicator/ Alarm Switch Engine Gage Panel

This switch indicates the engine coolant level in the engine's local expansion tank. See Figure 14 for details.

2

These gages indicate the engine's vital system readings. See Figure 15 for details. This is the valve for lube oil supply to SSDG 1.

3

Lo-11, LUBO TO S.S.D.G. No. 1 Dipstick Hand Priming Pump Cutoff Valve, Remote Fuel Pressure Sensor

4 5 6

The dipstick indicates the lube oil level in the engine's sump. The pump is used to prime the engine's fuel system. This valve secures the pressure to the remote fuel pressure sensor.

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7

Fuel Filter/Water Separators and Fuel Supply Valves Hour Meter Expansion Tank Sight Gage Cutoff Valve, Remote Lube Oil Pressure Sensor Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater Supply Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater Discharge Engine Control Panel Cutoff Valve, Remote Expansion Tank Fill Engine Coolant Drain Valve Cutoff Valve, Remote Coolant Pressure Gage Battery Charger, SSDG 1 Batteries

The fuel filter/water separators separate water from the fuel oil and provide primary fuel filtration. The fuel supply valves control the flow of fuel to the engine's fuel system. See Figure 16 for details. This meter indicates the number of operating hours for the engine. This gage indicates the level of engine coolant in the remote expansion tank. See Figure 17 for details. This valve secures the pressure to the remote lube oil pressure gage.

8 9

10

11

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant to the jacket water heater.

12

This valve secures the flow of engine coolant from the jacket water heater.

13

This contains the emergency stop pushbutton and circuit breakers. See Figure 18 for details. This valve controls the flow of potable water to the remote expansion tank fill.

14

15

This valve permits the draining of the engine coolant.

16

This valve secures the pressure to the remote coolant pressure gage.

17

This maintains the charge for the SSDG 1 batteries when the generator is not in use. See Figure 19 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. Key Control/Indicator Ship's Service Diesel Generator 1 (SSDG 1) - Continued. Function

0041

18

Battery Bank, SSDG 1

These are the starting batteries for SSDG 1.

Table 14.

Engine Coolant Indicator/Alarm Switch.
1

2

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3

Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator

Engine Coolant Indicator/Alarm Switch.

Function

1

Indicator Needle

The indicator needle indicates the level of engine coolant present in the local expansion tank. The test knob permits the operator to move the indicator needle to test the operation of the alarm switch. When CLOSED by low engine coolant level or by manual actuation of the test knob, the alarm switch sends a signal to the engine monitoring system.

2

Test Knob

3

Alarm Switch

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. Engine Gage Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5
Figure 15. Key Control/Indicator Function

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Engine Gage Panel.

1 2

Fuel Pressure Gage Coolant Temperature Gage Ammeter Lube Oil Pressure Gage OFF/RUN/START Switch

The pressure gage indicates the fuel pressure supplied to the engine. The temperature indicates the temperature of the engine coolant.

3 4

The ammeter indicates the charging system's charging rate. The pressure gage indicates the engine's lube oil pressure.

5

This switch permits local starting and stopping of the engine.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 16. Fuel Filter/Water Separators and Fuel Supply Valves.

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1

1

15 10 5 0 30 0 30 20 10 25 5 25 15 20

2, 3

2, 3

4

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Figure 16. Fuel Filter/Water Separators and Fuel Supply Valves. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Filter Restriction Gage Fuel Oil Supply Valve Fuel Oil Discharge Valve FO-21, F.O. SPLY TO S.S.D.G. No. 1 Valve

This gage indicates the level of filter restriction for each individual filter unit.

2

This valve is located in the front side of the filters. It permits the fuel oil supply into the individual filter unit to be secured. This valve is located on the back side of the filters. It permits the fuel oil discharge from the individual filter unit to be secured. This valve secures the fuel oil supply to SSDG 1.

3

4

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 17. Remote Expansion Tank Sight Gage.
1

0041

2

1

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Figure 17. Key Control/Indicator

Remote Expansion Tank Sight Gage.

Function

1 2

Cutoff Valve Sight Glass

This valve secures the engine coolant to the sight glass. The sight glass indicates the engine coolant level in the remote expansion tank.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 18. Engine Control Panel, SSDG 1.

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1

2
Figure 18. Key Control/Indicator Function

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Engine Control Panel, SSDG 1.

1

Emergency Stop Pushbutton Circuit Breaker

The emergency stop pushbutton must be positioned OUT to operate the engine. When positioned IN, the engine stops. The circuit breakers provide circuit protection for the engine's operating circuits.

2

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19.
1

0041

SSDG 1 Battery Charger.

10 0

20 30

2

A.C. SWITCH

BATTERY CHARGER SSDG #1 EPP-1EP1

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Figure 19. Key Control/Indicator Function

SSDG 1 Battery Charger.

1 2

Ammeter A.C. Switch

The ammeter indicates the battery charger's charging rate. This switch turns the battery charger ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 20. SSDG 2 Controls and Indicators.

0041

1 19 18 2 3 4 5 6

17

7 8

16

15

14

12 13

12

11

10

9

FWD
Figure 20. Key Control/Indicator Function SSDG 2 Controls and Indicators.

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1

Cutoff Valve, Remote Expansion Tank Fill SSDG 2 STG AIR PRESS Gage Lo-10, LUBO TO S.S.D.G. No. 2 Valve

This valve controls the flow of potable water to the remote expansion tank fill.

2

This gage indicates the air pressure available to the starting system.

3

This is the cutoff valve for the lube oil supply to SSDG 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 20. Key Control/Indicator SSDG 2 Controls and Indicators - Continued.

0041

Function

4

Expansion Tank Sight Gage Cutoff Valve, Remote Fuel Pressure Sensor Hand Priming Pump Cutoff Valve, SSDG #2 STG AIR PRESS Gage CA-7, STG AIR TO DSL GEN Valve Starting Air Regulator Starting Air Valve Cutoff Valve, Crankcase Vent Cutoff Valves, Jacket Water Heater Supply and Discharge Dipstick Engine Gage Panel

This gage indicates the level of engine coolant in the remote expansion tank. See Figure 17 for details. This valve secures the pressure to the remote fuel pressure sensor.

5

6 7

This pump is used to prime the engine's fuel system. This gage secures pressure to the starting air pressure gage for this engine.

8

This valve secures the starting air to SSDG 2.

9

The starting air regulator regulates the starting air pressure to SSDG 2.

10 11

The starting air valve controls the flow of starting air to the starter motor. This valve secures the crankcase vent flow from the engine.

12

These valves secure the flow of engine coolant to and from the jacket water heater.

13 14

The dipstick indicates the lube oil level in the engine's sump. The engine gage panel gages indicate the engine's vital system readings. See Figure 21 for details. This control panel contains the emergency stop pushbutton, ON/OFF/START switch, and circuit breakers. See Figure 22 for details. The hour meter indicates the number of operating hours for the engine.

15

Engine Control Panel Hour Meter

16

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 20. Key Control/Indicator SSDG 2 Controls and Indicators - Continued.

0041

Function

17

Fuel Filter/Water Separators and Fuel Supply Valves Engine Coolant Level Indicator/ Alarm Switch Lo-4, LUBO DR TO OILY DR. TK.

The fuel filter/water separators separate water from the fuel oil and provide primary fuel filtration. The fuel supply valves control the flow of fuel to the engine's fuel system. See Figure 16 for details. This switch indicates the engine coolant level in the engine's local expansion tank. See Figure 14 for details.

18

19

This is the cutoff valve for engine coolant to SSDG 2.

Table 21. Engine Gage Panel, SSDG 2.
1 2 3

100

200 300

100

200 300

0

10

20

30

40

0

10

20

30

40

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Figure 21. Engine Gage Panel, SSDG 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Fuel Pressure Gage Coolant Temperature Gage Lube Oil Pressure Gage

This gage indicates the fuel pressure supplied to the engine. This temperature gage indicates the temperature of the engine coolant.

3

This pressure gage indicates the engine's lube oil pressure.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 22. Engine Control Panel, SSDG 2.

0041

1

2

3
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Figure 22. Key Control/Indicator Function

Engine Control Panel, SSDG 2.

1

Emergency Stop Pushbutton OFF/RUN/START Switch Circuit Breaker

This pushbutton must be positioned OUT to operate the engine. When positioned IN, the engine stops. This switch permits local starting and stopping of the engine.

2

3

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the engine's operating circuits.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENGINE ROOM: FUEL OIL, LUBE OIL, AND HYDRAULIC OIL FILL AND TRANSFER SYSTEMS

0042

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT The general arrangement of the fuel oil, lube oil, and hydraulic oil fill and transfer systems' operator controls and indicators is illustrated in Figure 1. Individual figures will accompany each control and indicator as it is discussed later in this work package. Fuel system, lube oil system, and hydraulic oil system controls and indicators particular to a given engine or hydraulic power unit (e.g., fuel filters, oil filters, fuel pressure gages, and fuel supply valves for individual engines) are detailed in (WP 0041).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1.

0042

General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9, 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

33

43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34

32, 33

31 30 29 28 27

26 FWD

25

24 23

22

21

20
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Figure 1. General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

FO-33, F.O. RTN TO DAY TK. PORT Valve FO-36, F.O. RTN RLF - SET AT 10 PSI FO-2 F.O. DAY TK. FILL Valve

This cutoff valve controls the flow of fuel oil into the day tank.

2

This valve permits return fuel to relieve back to the tank if excessive restriction exists in the return piping.

3

This valve controls the flow of fuel oil into the port fuel oil day tank.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key

0042

General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems - Continued. Control/Indicator Function

4

Heater Control Panel Lube Oil Purifier Lube Oil Purifier Control Panel Lube Oil Purification Manifold Lube Oil Transfer Pump and Strainer LUBO XFR STR DIFF Pressure Gage LUBO XFR PMP DISCH PRESS Gage Lube Oil Transfer Manifold LUBE OIL XFER PUMP Motor Controller Cutoff Valve, Hydraulic Storage Tank Suction Hydraulic Oil Transfer Pump System

This panel controls the lube oil purifier's heating unit. Refer to Figure 2 for details. The purifier cleans the lube oil. Refer to Figure 3 for details. This panel contains controls for the lube oil purifier. Refer to Figure 4 for details.

5 6

7

The manifold controls the flow of lube oil to and from the lube oil purifier. Refer to Figure 5 for details. This pump transfers lube oil from the lube oil storage tank and through the lube oil purification system. Refer to Figure 6 for details. This gage indicates the differential pressure across the lube oil transfer strainer.

8

9

10

This gage indicates the discharge pressure from the lube oil transfer pump.

11

The manifold contains controls for the flow of lube oil from the lube oil transfer pump. Refer to Figure 6 for details. This motor controller controls the operation of the lube oil transfer pump. Refer to Figure 7 for details.

12

13

This valve secures the suction piping from the hydraulic oil storage tank. The valve is located below the deckplate and is operated via a reach rod with controls both in the engine room and in the mess and recreation space. The pump transfers hydraulic oil from the hydraulic tank. Refer to Figure 8 for details.

14

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key

0042

General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems - Continued. Control/Indicator Function

15

LUBE OIL Tank Level Indicator Lo-4, LUBO DR TO OILY DR TK Valve Lo-10 LUBO TO S.S.D.G. No. 2 Valve Sight Gage, Hydraulic Oil Storage Tank Overflow Indicator, Fuel Tank 2 Port Vent Overflow Indicator, Fuel Tank 2 Starboard Vent Overflow Indicator, Fuel Tank 2 Center Vent Lo-11, LUBO TO S.S.D.G. No.1 Valve Lo-14 LUBO XFER. TO OILY WST. STOR. TK. Valve SLUDGE Tank Level Indicator Cutoff Valve, Lube Oil to Oily Drain Tank

This indicator displays the lube oil level in the lube oil storage tank. Refer to Figure 9 for details This cutoff valve drains the lube oil from the Ship's Service Diesel Generator (SSDG) 2 to the oily drain tank. This cutoff valve controls the transfer of lube oil to SSDG 2.

16

17

18

This gage indicates the hydraulic oil level in the hydraulic oil storage tank. Refer to Figure 10 for details.

19

This indicator illuminates when fuel tank 2 port has been overfilled. Refer to Figure 11 for details.

20

This indicator illuminates when fuel tank 2 starboard has been overfilled. Refer to Figure 11 for details.

21

This indicator illuminates when fuel tank 2 center has been overfilled. Refer to Figure 11 for details.

22

This cutoff valve controls the transfer of lube oil to SSDG 1.

23

This valve controls the transfer of lube oil from SSDG 1 to the oily waste storage tank.

24

This indicator displays the liquid level in the oily waste tank. Refer to Figure 9 for details. This cutoff valve drains the lube oil from SSDG 1 to the oily drain tank.

25

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key

0042

General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems - Continued. Control/Indicator Function

26

Tank Level Indicator Panel, Fuel Oil Transfer Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Forward RACOR FILTER Control Panel Fuel Filter/Water Separator #1 FUEL OIL TRANSFER PUMP Motor Controller #2 FUEL OIL TRANSFER PUMP Motor Controller High Level Alarm Panel Fuel Oil Transfer Gage Panel Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Aft FO-1, F.O. DAY TK. FILL Valve FO-14, F.O. SERV CRSVR Valve

This panel indicates the tank level for all of the vessel's fuel oil tanks and is located directly above the fuel oil transfer manifold. Refer to Figure 12 for details. This manifold controls the flow of fuel oil into and out of all of the vessel's fuel oil tanks. See Figure 13 for details. This panel contains controls for the fuel oil transfer system's fuel filter/water separator. Refer to Figure 14 for details. This unit filters the fuel oil and removes water as the fuel oil is transferred.

27

28

29

30

This motor controller controls the operation of fuel oil transfer pump 1. Refer to Figure 7 for details.

31

This motor controller controls the operation of fuel oil transfer pump 2. Refer to Figure 7 for details.

32

This alarm warns of high fuel oil levels in the port and starboard fuel oil day tanks. Refer to Figure 15 for details These gages indicate the pressures present in the fuel oil transfer system. Refer to Figure 16 for details. This manifold contains controls for the fuel oil transfer pumps and the fuel filter/ water separator. Refer to Figure 17 for details. This crossover valve controls the flow of fuel oil into the starboard fuel oil day tank. This crossover valve permits fuel to flow between the day tanks.

33

34

35

36

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key

0042

General Arrangement; Engine Room; Fuel Oil, Lube Oil, and Hydraulic Oil Fill and Transfer Systems - Continued. Control/Indicator Function

37

Lo-27, LUBO DR. FR. RED. GEAR No. 1 Valve Lo-29, M.E. No. 1 LUBO PUR. SUCT Valve Lo-5, LUBO DR TO OILY DR. TK. Valve Lo-30, M.E. No. 2 LUBO PUR. SUCT Valve Lo-6, LUBO DR TO OILY DR. TK. Valve Lo-28, LUBO DR. FR. RED. GEAR No. 2 Valve Overflow Indicator, Fuel Tank 3 Center Vent

This is the cutoff valve to the reduction gear 1 drain.

38

This is the cutoff valve for main engine 1 lube oil suction.

39

This is the cutoff valve for the lube oil to the oily day tank.

40

This is the cutoff valve for main engine 2 lube oil suction.

41

This is the cutoff valve for the lube oil to the oily day tank.

42

This is the cutoff valve to the reduction gear 2 drain.

43

This indicator illuminates when fuel tank 3 center has been overfilled. Refer to Figure 11 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Heater Control Panel.

0042

1

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Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Heater Control Panel.

1

ON/OFF

This pushbutton turns the lube oil purifier heater ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3.
1

0042

Lube Oil Purifier.

10 3 2

3 4 5

9 8 7
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6

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Lube Oil Purifier.

1

Needle Valve

This valve provides an opening for filling the bowl and throttle for the amount of makeup water required for the type of oil. This thermometer indicates the temperature of the dirty oil. When removed, these covers allow observation of the dirty water and clean oil discharges. The drain cock drains the oil from the feed channel of the hood. This valve adjusts the dirty oil feed line capacity. When OPEN, this screw allows gear oil replenishment.

2 3

Thermometer Inspection Covers (3) Drain Cock Valve Oil Fill Screw

4 5 6

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Key Control/Indicator Function Lube Oil Purifier - Continued.

0042

7

Gear Oil Sight Glass

This sight glass indicates the oil level in the gear chamber. The oil level should be up to the upper third of the sight glass. The disk indicates the direction and speed of bowl rotation. The bowl must rotate in a clockwise direction. This handle provides braking of the motor driven gear train. The brake is released by turning the handle clockwise. The sight glass indicates that dirty oil is going to the preheater.

8

Revolution Indicator Disk Brake Handle

9

10

Dirty Oil Sight Glass

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4.
1

0042

Lube Oil Purifier Control Panel.
2 3

MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER
RE SE T

4

OFF

HEATER OVERTEMP

ALARM

OVERLOAD OVERTEMP

ON

5

HEATER ON

6
OFF ON

7
CONTROL POWER
OFF ON

DIRTY OIL

MOTOR START

MOTOR RUN

8

ACKNOWL

START

STOP

9 13 12 11 10

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Figure 4. Lube Oil Purifier Control Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

HEATER OVERTEMP Light ALARM Light OVERLOAD OVERTEMP Light MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER HEATER ON Light Heater Switch

This light illuminates when the unit exceeds the safe operating temperature.

2 3

This light illuminates when an alarm condition is detected. This light illuminates when an overload or overtemperature condition is present.

4

The breaker is used to turn ON and OFF the main circuit breaker. It also allows the main circuit breaker to be reset. This light illuminates when the heater is ON. This switch turns the heater ON and OFF.

5 6

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Key Control/Indicator Lube Oil Purifier Control Panel - Continued.

0042

Function

7

CONTROL POWER Switch MOTOR RUN Indicator STOP Pushbutton MOTOR START Indicator START Pushbutton DIRTY OIL Indicator ACKNOWL Pushbutton

This switch turns the control power ON and OFF.

8

This indicator illuminates when the lube oil purifier motor is running.

9 10

This red pushbutton stops the lube oil purifier motor. This indicator illuminates when the motor START pushbutton (Table 4, Item 11) is pressed. This pushbutton starts the lube oil purifier motor. This indicator illuminates to indicate that dirty oil is in the system. This pushbutton is used to acknowledge an alarm condition.

11 12 13

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Lube Oil Purification Manifold.

0042

1

2

4

3

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Figure 5. Lube Oil Purification Manifold. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Lo-24, ME. No. 1LUBO PUR. DISCH/ FILL Valve Lo-26, M.E. No. 2LUBO PUR. DISCH/ FILL Valve Lo-25, M.E. No. 2LUBO PUR. SUCT. Valve Lo-23, M.E. No. 1LUBO PUR. SUCT. Valve

The valve permits lube oil to flow to main engine 2 from the lube oil purifier or from the lube oil transfer pump.

2

This valve permits the lube oil purifier to draw lube oil from the sump of main engine 2.

3

This valve permits the lube oil purifier to draw lube oil from the sump of main engine 1.

4

The valve permits lube oil to flow to main engine 1 from the lube oil purifier or from the lube oil transfer pump.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Lube Oil Transfer Pump, Strainer, and Manifold.
1

0042

2

10

11

12

7 8

6 9

5

4

3
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Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator

Lube Oil Transfer Pump, Strainer, and Manifold.

Function

1

Lo-33, LUBO TO MAIN ENGS. Valve LUBO XFR PMP DISCH PRESS Gage Lo-40, LUBO TO BOW THRUSTER ENG. Valve Lo-39, LUBO TO PUMP DRIVE ENG. Valve

This discharge valve secures the discharge flow from the lube oil transfer pump. This valve secures the pressure to the lube oil transfer pump discharge pressure gage.

2

3

This valve controls the transfer of lube oil to the bow thruster engine.

4

This valve controls the transfer of lube oil to the pump drive engine.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Lube Oil Transfer Pump, Strainer, and Manifold - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

0042

5

Lo-38, LUBO TO S.S.D.G. No. 2 Valve Lo-37, LUBO TO S.S.D.G. No. 1 Valve Lo-17, BKT. FILL CONN. Valve LUBO XFR STR DIFF PRESS Gage COV Lo-18, LUBO SPLY. Valve LUBO XFR STR DIFF PRESS Gage COV Selector Valve, Lube Oil Strainer Selector Valve Lock

This valve controls the transfer of lube oil to SSDG 2.

6

This valve controls the transfer of lube oil to SSDG 1.

7

This fill valve permits filling of buckets with lube oil.

8

This valve secures the pressure to the lube oil strainer differential pressure gage.

9

This valve controls the flow of lube oil into the lube transfer pump.

10

This valve secures the pressure to the lube oil strainer differential pressure gage.

11

This valve selects the online strainer, leaving the remaining strainer offline for service. This valve lock locks the lube oil strainer selector in the desired position.

12

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Motor Controller, Lube Oil and Fuel Oil Transfer Pumps.
1

0042

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

3

START STOP

4 5

6
RESET

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Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator

Motor Controller, Lube Oil and Fuel Oil Transfer Pumps. Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit breaker protection. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is supplied to the motor controller.

3

This indicator illuminated to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

When pressed, this pushbutton STARTS the pump motor. When pressed, this pushbutton STOPS the pump motor. The pushbutton is used to RESET the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Hydraulic Oil Transfer Pump Assembly.

0042

1

2

3

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Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

Hydraulic Oil Transfer Pump Assembly.

Function

1 2 3

Discharge Valve Operating Handle Filter Restriction Gage

This valve secures the discharge flow from the hydraulic oil transfer pump. Stroke the operating handle to operate the hydraulic oil transfer pump. This gage indicates the filter restriction for the hydraulic oil transfer filter.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9. Tank Level Indicator, Lube Oil and Sludge Storage Tanks.
1

0042

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Figure 9. Tank Level Indicator, Lube Oil and Sludge Storage Tanks. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Tank Level Indicator

This indicator provides the operator with a readout of the applicable tank's liquid level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Hydraulic Oil Sight Gage.

0042

2

1

2

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Figure 10. Hydraulic Oil Sight Gage. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Sight Glass

The sight glass indicates the hydraulic oil level present in the hydraulic oil storage tank. This valve secures the hydraulic oil to the sight glass.

2

Cutoff Valve

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator.
2

0042

1

2

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Figure 11. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator.

1

Overflow Indicator

When the ball floats in the sight glass, the fuel tank vent is filled with fuel, indicating an overfilled tank. This valve secures flow from the fuel oil tank vent to the overflow indicator.

2

Cutoff Valve

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Tank Level Indicator Panel, Fuel Transfer.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

F. O . TA N K

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Figure 12. Tank Level Indicator Panel, Fuel Transfer. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

PORT 1 1 STBD 2 STBD 2 PORT 2 CENTER 3 CENTER 4 STBD 4 PORT STARBOARD DAY TANK PORT DAY TANK

This indicates the fuel oil level in the 1 port tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 1 starboard tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 2 starboard tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 2 port tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 2 center tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 3 center tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 4 starboard tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the 4 port tank. This indicates the fuel oil level in the starboard day tank.

10

This indicates the fuel oil level in the port day tank.

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G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

G A LLO N S X 1 0 0

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Forward.

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10 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

11

12

13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Figure 13. Key Control/Indicator Function Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Forward.
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1

FO-47, F.O. TK 1S FILL Valve FO-48, F.O. TK 1P FILL Valve FO-49, F.O. TK 2S FILL Valve

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 1 starboard.

2

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 1 port.

3

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 2 starboard.

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FO-50, F.O. TK 2P FILL Valve FO-52, F.O. TK 2C FILL Valve FO-51, F.O. TK 3C FILL Valve FO-54, F.O. TK 4P FILL Valve FO-53, F.O. TK 4S FILL Valve FO-5, F.O. DAY TK EMERG FILL Valve FO-11 F.O. TO E.D.G. DAY TK Valve FO-3, DK. FILL CONN Valve FO-4, DK. FILL CONN Valve FO-16, F.O. FLTR/ WATER SEP INLET COV FO-42, F.O. FLTR/ WATER SEP BYPASS COV FO-61, F.O. TK 4S SUCT Valve

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 2 port.

5

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 2 center.

6

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 3 center.

7

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 4 port.

8

This valve controls fuel oil flow into fuel oil tank 4 starboard.

9

This valve controls the discharge flow from the fuel oil transfer pumps to the fuel oil transfer manifold. This controls the flow of fuel oil to the emergency diesel generator day tank.

10

11

This valve controls fuel oil flow from the starboard deck fill connector.

12

This valve controls fuel oil flow from the port deck fill connector.

13

This valve controls the flow of fuel into the fuel filter/water separator.

14

This valve permits fuel oil to bypass the fuel filter/water separator when OPEN.

15

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 4 starboard.

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FO-62, F.O. TK 4P SUCT Valve FO-59, F.O. TK 3C SUCT Valve FO-60, F.O. TK 2C SUCT Valve FO-58, F.O. TK 2P SUCT Valve FO-57, F.O. TK 2S SUCT Valve FO-56, F.O. TK 1P SUCT Valve FO-55, F.O. TK 1S SUCT Valve

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 4 port.

17

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 3 center.

18

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 2 center.

19

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 2 port.

20

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 2 starboard.

21

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 1 port.

22

This valve controls fuel oil flow out of fuel oil tank 1 starboard.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 14. RACOR FILTER Control Panel.

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1

3

2

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Figure 14. RACOR FILTER Control Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3

ON/OFF Switch FUSE 2 FUSE 1

This switch turns the fuel filter/water separator ON and OFF. This is the fuse holder assembly for fuse 2. This is the fuse holder assembly for fuse 1.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. High Level Alarm Panel.

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1

2

7 3

6

4

5

5

5

5
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Figure 15. Key Control/Indicator Function

High Level Alarm Panel.

1

PORT DAY TANK HIGH LEVEL ALARM Indicator STARBOARD DAY TANK HIGH LEVEL ALARM Indicator HORN/STROBE SILENCE Pushbutton

This indicator illuminates to signal an excessively high fuel oil level in the port day tank.

2

This indicator illuminates to signal an excessively high fuel oil level in the starboard day tank.

3

This pushbutton silences the alarm and extinguishes the strobe warning light for the starboard day tank high-level alarm.

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Function

4

TEST Switch

This switch is used to test the operation of the starboard day tank high-level alarm. This fuse provides circuit protection for the alarm systems. This switch is used to test the operation of the port day tank high-level alarm. This pushbutton silences the alarm and extinguishes the strobe warning light for the port day tank high-level alarm.

5 6 7

Fuse TEST Switch HORN/STROBE SILENCE Pushbutton

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Table 16.

Fuel Oil Transfer Gage Panel.

1

2

50 40 30 20 10 0 100 40 60 80 30 20 10 40

50 40 60 80 100 0

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Figure 16. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fuel Oil Transfer Gage Panel.

1

FO XFR PMP #1 DISCH PRESS Gage FO XFR PMP #2 DISCH PRESS Gage

This gage indicates the discharge pressure for fuel oil transfer pump 1.

2

This gage indicates the discharge pressure for fuel oil transfer pump 2.

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Table 17. Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Aft.
1 4 2 3

7

6

5
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Figure 17. Fuel Oil Transfer Manifold, Aft. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

FO-8, C.O.V.-F.O. XFER PMP No. 1 DISCHARGE Valve FO-6, C.O.V.-F.O. XFER PMP No. 1 SUCTION Valve FO-7, C.O.V.-F.O. XFER PMP No. 2 SUCTION Valve FO-9, C.O.V.-F.O. XFER PMP No. 2 DISCHARGE Valve

This valve controls the flow of fuel from fuel oil transfer pump 1.

2

This valve controls the flow of fuel into fuel oil transfer pump 1.

3

This valve controls the flow of fuel into fuel oil transfer pump 2.

4

This valve controls the flow of fuel from fuel oil transfer pump 2.

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Function

5

FO-11, F.O. TO E.D.G. DAY TK Valve FO-14, F.O. SERV CRSVR FO-17, F.O. FLTR/ WATER SEP OUTLET. COV Valve

This valve controls the flow of fuel from the fuel oil transfer pumps to the day tanks.

6

This valve controls the supply and discharge sides of the manifold.

7

This valve controls the flow of fuel from the fuel filter/water separator to the fuel oil transfer pumps.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENGINE ROOM: MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Engine Room, Miscellaneous Systems.
1 2 3 4 5 6

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7 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 8

55 56 57 58 59

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

33

32 31

1

30 29 FWD

28 27 26 25 24 23

22 21 20

19 18

17
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Figure 1. Engine Room, Miscellaneous Systems. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Emergency Escape Ladder

This ladder permits personnel to exit the engine room through the stacks.

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2

Central Hydraulic System PW-40, ENG. FILL CONN. PORT Valve Control Air Receiver

This system provides hydraulic power for many of the vessel's hydraulic systems. Refer to Figure 2 for details. This valve provides a connection and a cutoff for a potable water hose.

3

4

The receiver stores the control air for the vessel's control air system. Refer to Figure 3 for details. This cutoff valve controls cold water to the water closet.

5

PW-20, C.W. TO W.C. PW-21, C.W. TO W.C. Control Air Dryer

6

This cutoff valve controls cold water to the water closet.

7

This air dryer removes moisture from the control air before it is routed to its components. Refer to Figure 4 for details. These valves enable sewage to be discharged from the vessel. Refer to Figure 5 for details. This valve secures the compressed air to the compressed air quick disconnect valve beneath the Enclosed Operating Station (EOS). This regulator regulates the pressure of the air available at the compressed air quick disconnect valve beneath the EOS. This valve permits attachment of a hose to the compressed air line beneath the EOS. This valve secures the raw water to the engine-driven fire pump.

8

Sewage Discharge Pump 2 and Valves Cutoff Valve, Compressed Air Regulator, Compressed Air Quick Disconnect Valve FM-1, SEA SUCT, F.F. PMP. Valve

9

10

11

12

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13

Asw-17, SEA SUCTION S.W. COOLING Cutoff Valve for FF PMP SUCT STR DIFF PRESS Gage Sea Chest Cutoff Valve #1 SEWAGE DISCHARGE PUMP Motor Controller Sewage Discharge Pump 1 and Valves SEWAGE PMP NO. 1 DISCH PRESS Gage FF PMP SUCT STR DIFF PRESS Gage Remote Indicator (Alarm) Assembly

This strainer removes debris from the engine-driven fire pump's suction line.

14

This valve secures pressure to the FF PMP SUCT STR DIFF PRESS gage.

15

This valve secures raw water from the sea chest to the pump drive engine and the bow thruster engine. This controls the motor for sewage discharge pump 1. Refer to Figure 6 for details.

16

17

This pump and its associated valves enable sewage to be discharged from the vessel. Refer to Figure 7 for details. This gage indicates the discharge pressure for sewage discharge pump 1.

18

19

This gage indicates the differential pressure across the firefighting pump suction strainer (Figure 1, Item 14). Refer to Figure 8 for details.

20

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21

PW-39, ENG. FILL CONN. STBD Valve 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 OB-10, OILY WTR. SEP. OVBD. DISCH Valve BATTERY CHARGER MACHINERY DC CONTROL Battery Bank, MACHINERY DC CONTROL OB-16, OILY WASTE STOR. TK. SUCT. Valve Oil Content Monitor (OCM) Oil Water Separator

This valve provides a connection and a cutoff for a potable water hose.

22

This panel provides circuit protection for the engine room's emergency electrical systems. Refer to Figure 9 (LT 803 Only) or Figure 10 (All Other Vessels) for details. This valve secures the flow of oily water separator effluent overboard.

23

24

This battery charger charges the battery bank for the machinery DC control panel (Figure 1, Item 21). Refer to Figure 11 for details.

25

This battery bank is used to power the machinery's DC control system.

26

This valve secures the suction line for the oily waste storage tank.

27

This unit monitors the oil content of the Oil Water Separator (OWS) effluent. Refer to Figure 12 for details. This unit separates oil from the oily waste water prior to discharging the water from the vessel. Refer to Figure 13 for details. This pump is used to pump the oily waste to an approved shore facility. Refer to Figure 14 for details.

28

29

Oily Waste Discharge Pump

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30

Oily Waste System Discharge Pump Inlet Strainer FO-35, F.O. RTN TO DAY TK. STBD FO-37, F.O. RTN RLF - SET AT 10 PSI Space Heater

This duplex strainer removes debris from the oil waste discharge pump's inlet piping. Refer to Figure 14 for details.

31

This cutoff valve controls the flow of fuel oil into the day tank.

32

This gage displays the fuel oil return relief pressure.

33

This space heater provides heat for the engine room. Refer to Figure 15 for details. This valve controls oily bilge suction from the starboard shaft alley.

34

OB-3 OILY BILGE SUCT. SHAFT ALLEY OB-7, OILY DR. TK. SUCT Valve Reduction Gear 1 Cooling Pump Motor Controller Reduction Gear 2 Cooling Pump Motor Controller OB-5, OILY BILGE SUCT. ENG. RM. Valve

35

This valve secures the suction line from the oily tank drain.

36

This motor controller controls the motor for the reduction gear 1 cooling pump. Refer to Figure 16 for details.

37

This motor controller controls the motor for the reduction gear 2 cooling pump. Refer to Figure 16 for details.

38

This valve secures the oily bilge suction for the starboard side of the engine room.

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39

OB-21, HOSE CONN. - OILY BILGE SUCT. Raw Water Strainer, Fire and General Service Pump Suction Refrigeration Valve Manifold Engine Room Exhaust Fan 1 Motor Controller (above) Engine Room Supply Fan 1 Motor Controller (below) Engine Room Exhaust Fan 2 Motor Controller (above) Engine Room Supply Fan 2 Motor Controller (below) OB-21, HOSE CONN-OILY BILGE SUCT. Valve AE-28, SEA CHEST VENT Valve FM-2, SEA SUCT. FIRE/G.S. & BLST PMPS. Valve

This valve provides a connection and cutoff for the engine room aft oily bilge.

40

This strainer removes debris from the fire pump and general service pumps' suction line.

41

This manifold permits control of the refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Refer to Figure 17 for details. These motor controllers turn ON and OFF the engine room's starboard supply and exhaust fans on the starboard side. Refer to Figure 18 for details.

42

43

These motor controllers turn ON and OFF the engines room's port supply and exhaust fans on the port side. Refer to Figure 18 for details.

44

This valve secures the hose connection for the oily bilge suction.

45

This valve secures the vent for the sea chest.

46

This valve secures the sea chest feeding the fire, general service and ballast pumps.

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47

FM-4, EMER BILGE SUCT Valve Cutoff Valve, Fire Main Cutoff Valve, Oily Bilge Suction from Reduction Gear FM-200 Warning Strobe Day Tank High Level Alarm Warning Strobe OB-6, OILY BILGE SUCT. ENG. RM. Valve OB-4, OILY BILGE SUCT. SHAFT ALLEY Valve FM-200 Rotating Beacon 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4

When OPEN, this valve permits the fire and general service pumps to draw their suction from the bilge. This valve secures the fire main flow beneath the deckplates.

48

49

This valve secures oil bilge suction from the reduction gear area bilge.

50

This amber strobe flashes when the FM-200 system has been actuated, signaling 60 seconds to the release of the FM-200 agent. This red strobe flashes when the day tank high level alarm is in an alarm condition.

51

52

This valve secures the oily bilge suction from the engine room bilge.

53

This valve secures the oily bilge suction from the port shaft alley.

54

This amber beacon illuminates and rotates when the FM-200 system has been actuated, signaling 60 seconds to the release of FM-200 agent. This panel provides circuit protection and control of the 120 V AC for emergency systems in the engine room, AMS 1, and AMS 2. Refer to Figure 19 for details.

55

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56

Machinery Monitoring System Central Processing Unit (CPU) MultiRemote (above) Machinery DC Control Distribution Panel (below) Load Center Distribution Panel 440 V Power Panel No. 1

This panel provides control for the machinery monitoring system. Refer to Figure 20 for details.

57

This panel houses the circuit breakers for 24 V DC powered equipment. Refer to Figure 21 for details.

58

This panel distributes 120 V AC power to many of the vessel's power panels. Refer to Figure 22 (LT 803 Only) or Figure 23 (All Other Vessels) for details. This panel provides 440 V AC for many of the systems in the engine room. Refer to Figure 24 for details.

59

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Central Hydraulic System.
1 2 3

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4
REMOTE OFF ON P1 P2 P1 & 2

19
PUMP NO. 1 PUMP NO. 2 READY READY

MAIN SWITCH

5 18 17 16 15 14
RUNNING RUNNING LOW OIL LEVEL HIGH OIL TEMP

6
START STOP

4

RESET

RESET

13 10 11

12

7

8 9
300
0 60
4000 7000 10000 7000

900

1200
0

9500

KPA

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Figure 2. Central Hydraulic System. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

REMOTE/OFF/ON Switch

This switch is used to select local or remote operation for the pump(s) selected with the pump select switch.

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15 0

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Key Control/Indicator Central Hydraulic System - Continued.

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Function

2

P1/P2/P1&P2 Switch MAIN Switch Panel Latches RESET Pushbutton, Pump 1 RESET Pushbutton, Pump 2 Sight Glass Temperature Gage Drain Valve Pressure Gage, Return Pressure Gage, Supply HI OIL TEMP Indicator LOW OIL LEVEL Indicator STOP Pushbutton START Pushbutton

This switch is used to select pump 1, pump 2, or both pumps.

3 4 5

This switch is used to turn ON the power to the system. These latches secure the front panel in the CLOSED position. This pushbutton resets the thermal overload on pump 1.

6

This pushbutton resets the thermal overload on pump 2.

7 8 9 10

This gage indicates the oil level in the reservoir. This gage indicates the temperature of the oil in the reservoir. This valve is used to drain the reservoir. This gage indicates the pressure in the low pressure return line.

11

This gage indicates the pressure in the high pressure supply line.

12

This lamp illuminates when the oil in the system exceeds the safe operating range. This lamp illuminates when the oil in the system falls below the safe operating range. This pushbutton stops the pump(s) selected by the P1/P2/P1&P2 switch. This pushbutton starts the pump(s) selected by the P1/P2/P1&P2 switch.

13

14 15

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Function

16

RUNNING Indicator, Pump 2 RUNNING Indicator, Pump 1 READY Indicator, Pump 2 READY Indicator, Pump 1

This lamp illuminates to indicate that pump 2 is running.

17

This lamp illuminates to indicate that pump 1 is running.

18

This lamp illuminates to indicate that pump 2 is ready to operate.

19

This lamp illuminates to indicate that pump 1 is ready to operate.

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Table 3. Control Air Receiver.

1

2

25 30 35 20 15 10 5 0

40 45 50 55

60

3

4
Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function Control Air Receiver.

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Control Air Pressure Gage Relief Valve Cutoff Valve, Control Air Pressure Gage Drain Valve

This gage indicates the pressure in the control air receiver.

2 3

This valve opens to prevent overpressurization of the receiver. This valve secures the pressure to the control air pressure gage.

4

This valve permits draining of condensate from the receiver.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Control Air Dryer.

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2

1 3

5

4

6

8

7
Figure 4. Control Air Dryer.

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Key

Control/Indicator

Function

1

Cutoff Valve, Control Air Dryer Supply Bypass Valve

This valve secures the flow of control air into the control air dryer.

2

This valve permits the control air dryer to be bypassed in case of a unit malfunction. This valve secures the flow of control air out of the control air dryer.

3

Cutoff Valve, Control Air Dryer Discharge

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4

Cutoff Valve, Control Air Regulator Supply Control Air Regulator Cutoff Valve, Remote Pressure Sensor Operating Gage ON/OFF Switch and Indicator

This valve secures the flow of control air into the control air regulator.

5

This regulator is adjustable and controls the pressure in the control air system.

6

This valve secures the pressure to the remote control air pressure sensor.

7 8

This gage indicates the operating condition of the control air dryer. These turn the control air dryer ON and OFF and illuminate when the unit is ON.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Sewage Discharge Pump 2.

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1

2

3

4

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Figure 5. Sewage Discharge Pump 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

SD-8, SEW. OVBD. DISCH Valve SD-6 C.O.V. - SEW. DISCH. PMP. No. 2 DISCH Valve

This valve secures the sewage overboard discharge line from sewage discharge pump 2. This valve secures the discharge line from sewage discharge pump 2.

2

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Function

3

SEW. DISCH. PMP. PRESS. GAGE Valve SD-4 C.O.V. SEW. DISCH. PMP. No. 2 SUCT Valve

This valve secures pressure to the discharge pressure gage.

4

This valve secures the suction line into sewage discharge pump 2.

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Table 6.

Sewage Discharge Pump Motor Controller.

1

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

3

START STOP

4 5

6
RESET

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Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator

Sewage Discharge Pump Motor Controller.

Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit breaker protection. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is supplied to the motor controller.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

When pressed, this pushbutton starts the pump motor. When pressed, this pushbutton stops the pump motor. This pushbutton is used to reset the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Sewage Discharge Pump 1.

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1

2

3

4
Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function Sewage Discharge Pump 1.

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1

SEW PMP PRESS GAGE Valve SD-7, C.O.V. SEW. DISCH. PMP. No. 1 DISCH Valve SD-9, SEW. OVBD TO SH. CONN. Valve SD-5, C.O.V. SEW. DISCH. PMP. No. 1 SUCT. Valve

This valve secures pressure to the discharge pressure gage.

2

This valve secures the discharge line from sewage discharge pump 1.

3

This valve secures the sewage overboard discharge line from sewage discharge pump 1.

4

This valve secures the suction line into sewage discharge pump 1.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Remote Indicator (Alarm) Assembly.
1

0043

2

7

3

6

4

5

O0047T73

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

Remote Indicator (Alarm) Assembly.

Function

1

POWER ON Indicator OIL CONTENT EXCEEDS ALARM LIMIT Indicator OIL CONTENT PPM Display

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the OCM is operating.

2

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the effluent oil content exceeds the selected alarm limit.

3

This displays the effluent oil content in parts per million (ppm).

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4

70 PPM AT SEA Indicator PUSH TO CHANGE ALARM LIMIT PPM Switch 15 PPM IN PORT Indicator PUSH TO SILENCE Switch

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the 70 ppm (at sea) alarm limit is selected. This switch toggles between the 15 and 70 ppm alarm limit settings when the alarm limit selector switch in the sampling/sensor assembly is set to REMOTE.

5

6

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the 15 ppm (in port) alarm limit is selected. Push this pushbutton switch to toggle the alarm silence function ON and OFF.

7

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9. 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (LT 803 Only).

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1 18 17

2 3 4 5

16 6 15 14 13 12 11 7 8 9 10

120V EMERGENCY DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 1

O0048T73

Figure 9. 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (LT 803 Only). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ENGINE ROOM EMERGENCY LIGHTS. (PORT). Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room emergency lights (port).

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Control/Indicator

2

ENGINE ROOM EMERGENCY LIGHTS. (STBD). Circuit Breaker AMS No. 2 EMERGENCY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker TLI SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker E.O.T. SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker MACHINERY DC CONTROL BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker TOW MACHINE HEATERS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room emergency lights (starboard).

3

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the emergency lights in AMS 2.

4

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the Tank Level Indicator (TLI) system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the fire detection system.

5

6

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the battery charger for the machinery plant monitoring system.

7

8

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the towing machine heaters.

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Control/Indicator

9

AFT CONSOLE HEATER. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker BROMINATOR. Circuit Breaker RACOR FILTER. Circuit Breaker MONITOR SYSTEM CIRCUIT. Circuit Breaker SSDG No. 1. BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker REMOTE PROPULSION INDICATOR PANEL. Circuit Breaker TOWING MACHINE. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the aft towing machine console strip heater.

10

This circuit breaker is a spare provided for expansion.

11

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the brominator.

12

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the Racor fuel filter/ water separator. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the machinery plant monitoring system display.

13

14

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the Ship's Service Diesel Generator (SSDG) 1 batteries.

15

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the remote propulsion indicating panel.

16

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the operator control station circuits for the towing machine.

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Control/Indicator

17

STEERING GEAR ROOM & TOWING GEAR LIGHT. Circuit Breaker BOW THRUSTER & AMS No. 1 EMERGENCY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the lights in the steering gear room and towing gear locker.

18

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the lights in the Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 1 and in the bow thruster compartment.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (All Other Vessels).

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1 18 17

2 3 4 5

16 6 15 14 13 12 11 7 8 9 10

120V EMERGENCY DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 1

O0049T73

Figure 10. 120 V Emergency Distribution Panel No. 1 (All Other Vessels). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ENGINE ROOM EMERGENCY LIGHTS. (PORT) Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room emergency lights (port).

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Control/Indicator

2

ENGINE ROOM EMERGENCY LIGHTS, (STARBOARD) & SOUND POWERED TELEPHONE HORN Circuit Breaker AMS No. 2 EMERGENCY LIGHTS Circuit Breaker TLI SYSTEM Circuit Breaker FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM Circuit Breaker E.O.T. SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker MACHINERY DC CONTROL BATTERY CHARGER Circuit Breaker FUEL FILTER/ WATER SEPARATORRACOR FILTER Circuit Breaker AFT CONTROL HEATERS, (TOWING AND STEERING) Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room emergency lights (starboard).

3

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the emergency lights in AMS 2.

4

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the TLI system.

5

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the fire detection system.

6

This circuit breaker provides control of, and circuit protection for, the EOT system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the battery charger for the machinery plant monitoring system.

7

8

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the Racor fuel filter/ water separator.

9

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the aft towing machine operator control panel console strip heater.

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Control/Indicator

10

SPARE. Circuit Breaker BROMINATOR. Circuit Breaker BLANK MONITOR SYSTEM CIRCUIT Circuit Breaker SSDG No. 1 BATTERY CHARGER Circuit Breaker REMOTE PROPULSION INDICATOR PANEL Circuit Breaker TOWING MACHINE CONTROL PANEL Circuit Breaker STEERING GEAR ROOM & TOWING GEAR LIGHTS Circuit Breaker BOW THRUSTER & AMS No. 1 EMERGENCY LIGHTS Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker is a spare provided for expansion.

11

This circuit breaker provides control of, and circuit protection for, the brominator. This space allows for expansion. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the machinery plant monitoring system display.

12 13

14

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the SSDG 1 batteries.

15

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the remote propulsion indicating panel.

16

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the operator control station circuits for the towing machine.

17

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the lights in the steering gear room and towing gear locker.

18

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the lights in AMS 1 and in the bow thruster compartment.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Battery Charger, Machinery DC Control.

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1

2

10 0

20

30 40

50

BATTERY CHARGER SSDG #1 EPP-1EP1

O0050T73

Figure 11. Battery Charger, Machinery DC Control. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Ammeter ON/OFF Switch

The ammeter indicates the charging rate of the battery charger. This switch turns the battery charger ON or OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Oil Content Monitor Sampling/Sensor Assembly.
1 7
70 POWER OIL CONTENT 15 RANGE - PPM

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2

3 4

WARNING

6 5 DOOR CLOSED

8 9 10

13

12

11 DOOR OPEN

O0051T73

Figure 12. Oil Content Monitor Sampling/Sensor Assembly. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

OIL CONTENT Display

This display indicates the effluent oil content in ppm relative to the selected alarm limit. Green display units are below the alarm limit, and red display units are above the alarm limit. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the 15 ppm alarm limit is selected.

2

15 ppm Range Indicator

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Control/Indicator

3

70 ppm Range Indicator WARNING 3 Indicator WARNING 2 Indicator WARNING 1 Indicator POWER Indicator A1DS8 Indicator Light Emitting Diode (LED) CHECK Alarm Switch A1S3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the 70 ppm alarm limit is selected.

4

This indicator illuminates to indicate dirt or foam in the sample, or no flow through the OCM. This indicator illuminates to indicate dirt or bubbles in the sample.

5

6

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the OCM fuse (2 A) is blown.

7 8

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the OCM is operating. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the sample detection assembly is ON.

9

When this switch is in the DOWN position, the Ultrasonic Vibrator Assembly (UVA) operates continuously. To perform OCM electronics tests, the switch is placed in the DOWN position. This indicator flashes when the OCM is in alarm mode (effluent oil content exceeds alarm limit). This switch permits the operator to select the 70 or 15 ppm alarm limits, or to enable the remote alarm limit selector switch. In the 70 ppm position, the OCM will activate alarms and energize the diverter valve when the oil content exceeds 70 ppm (±30 ppm). In the 15 ppm position, the OCM will activate alarms and energize the diverter valve when the oil content exceeds 15 ppm (±5 ppm). In the REMOTE position, the PUSH TO CHANGE ALARM LIMIT (PPM) pushbutton switch on the remote indicator assembly is engaged, allowing the operator to select the alarm limit from this remote location.

10

A1DS9 Indicator (LED) ALARM LIMIT Selector Switch A1S2

11

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Control/Indicator

12

OPERATION SELECTOR Switch A1S1

This switch permits the operator to select the mode of operation. With the switch in the OFF position, none of the system indicators or displays will energize, and the diverter solenoid valve will remain in the recirculate (de-energized) position. With the switch in the AUTO position, the OCM will be energized whenever there is 5 to 25 PSI (0.3 to 1.7 bar) at the sample inlet. With the switch in the TEST position, the OCM is energized regardless of the sample pressure or flow. The TEST position is only to be used for troubleshooting and system verification, as operation of the OCM without adequate pressure or flow can damage the unit. The ETI keeps track of the hours that the OCM has been in use. Maintenance is performed on the OCM at 500-hour intervals.

13

Elapsed Time Indicator (ETI)

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. Oil Water Separator (OWS) and Oil Content Monitor (OCM), Engine Room.
1 2 3 4 5 6 OVERBOARD 28 27 26 25 8 TO OWT 9 24 23 OILY WASTE TANK 22 21 20 36 35 19 18 34 33 32 29 FROM GENERAL SERVICE 7 30 31

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10

11

12

17

16

15 14 13
O0052T73

Figure 13. Key

Oil Water Separator (OWS) and Oil Content Monitor (OCM), Engine Room. Function

Control/Indicator

1

OCM Sampling/ Sensor Assembly

This assembly contains the controls for operating the OCM and the readouts that monitor the system operation. See Figure 11 for details.

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Table 13. Oil Water Separator (OWS) and Oil Content Monitor (OCM), Engine Room - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

2

OB-10, OWS OVERBOARD DISCHARGE Valve OCM-G1, OCM INLET PRESSURE Gage OCM Pressure Relief OWS-4, OCM 3-WAY DIVERTER (Diverter Solenoid Valve) Strainer OWS-24, SW TO OWS PRESS GAGE ISOLATION Valve OCM-1, OCM NOZZLE SAMPLER COV Valve OWS-6, OWS PITOT SAMPLE Valve OB-9, XFR PUMP DISCH TO SHORE Valve OB-8, XFR PUMP TO OILY WATER TANK Valve

This valve controls the flow of OWS discharge overboard.

3

This gage indicates the inlet pressure into the OCM.

4

This relief valve is set at 20 PSI (1.37 bar).

5

This diverter solenoid valve directs OWS discharge flow overboard or back to the Oily Waste Tank (OWT) depending upon the oil content in the discharge flow.

6 7

This strainer removes large particles from the general service water. This valve allows general service water pressure to the OILY WTR SEP Gage Isolation Valve PRESS gage.

8

This valve allows effluent from the OWS pump discharge to the OCM SAMPLER COV Valve.

9

This valve permits the sampling of the OWS discharge effluent.

10

This valve secures oil discharge from the oily bilge pump to the shore.

11

This valve secures oil discharge from the bilge pump to the waste oil storage tank.

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Control/Indicator

12

GS-74, OWS BACKFLUSH INLET SOLENOID Valve OB-14, COV-XFR PUMP SUCTION Valve OB-13, OWT TO XFR PUMP SUCTION Valve OIL DISCHARGE Indicator OWS Control Switch

This valve permits the backflushing of the OWS.

13

This valve secures the oily water discharge from the bilge.

14

This valve controls the flow of oily water from the OWS discharge pump.

15

This lamp illuminates to indicate that oil is being discharged to the OWT.

16

This switch controls operation of the OWS. The switch has three positions: AUTO, OFF, and MAN. The AUTO position is not functional on the Large Tug (LT). In the OFF position, the OWS is off. In the MAN position, the OWS operates continuously. This valve secures oily waste suction from the oily waste storage tank.

17

OB-16, OILY WATER FROM OWT COV Valve POWER AVAILABLE Indicator OB-15, OWS INLET Valve OWS-G2, OWS VESSEL PRESS Gage OWS-1, OWS MANUAL BACKFLUSH

18

This lamp illuminates to indicate that power is available to the OWS.

19

This valve controls flow of oily water from the oily waste tank into the OWS.

20

This gage indicates the amount of vacuum or pressure present inside the OWS tank.

21

This valve allows the user to verify that the OWS tank is full of water.

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22

OB-17, OILY WATER TANK INLET Valve OCM DIVERTER VALVE POSITION INDICATORDISCHARGE TO OVERBOARD OWS-10, OWS RECIRCULATING COV Valve OCM-3, OCM SAMPLING VALVE OCM-4, OCM INLET Valve OCM-2, OCM BACKFLUSH WATER Valve OCM-8, OCM GAGE ISOLATION Valve OWS-8, BACKFLUSH WTR FROM PRESS RDCR Valve GS 73, GENERAL SERVICE PRESS RDCR OWS-9, BACKFLUSH WTR PRESS RDCR BYPASS Valve

This valve controls the discharge flow into the oily waste holding tank from the OWS during the OWS automatic oil discharge mode.

23

This lamp illuminates (green) to indicate that the OCM diverter solenoid valve is set to discharge overboard.

24

This valve permits recirculation of oily waste through the oily waste holding tank and back to the OWS for additional purification.

25

This valve permits sampling of the OCM input flow.

26

This valve secures the flow of fluids into the OCM.

27

This valve controls the flow of backflush water to the OCM.

28

This valve secures the pressure to OCM-G1 OCM INLET PRESS gage.

29

This valve controls the flow of backflush water from GS-73 GENERAL SERVICE PRESS RDCR.

30

This reducer reduces the general service water pressure to 12 PSI (0.82 bar).

31

This valve permits general service raw water to bypass GS-73 GENERAL SERVICE PRESS RDCR.

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Control/Indicator

32

OWS-7, BACKFLUSH WTR TO PRESS RDCR Valve OWS-2, OWS OIL DISCHARGE OCM DIVERTER VALVE POSITION INDICATORDISCHARGE TO OILY WASTE TANK OWS-3, OWS PUMP DISCHARGE OWS-5, OWS DISCHARGE Valve

This valve controls the flow of raw water to GS-73 GENERAL SERVICE PRESS RDCR.

33

This valve secures the oil discharge from the OWS to the OWT.

34

This lamp illuminates (red) to indicate that the OCM diverter solenoid valve is set to discharge to the oily waste tank.

35

This valve controls the discharge from the OWS pump.

36

This valve controls the discharge flow from the OWS.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 14. Oily Waste Discharge Pump.

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1

2

3

60

50

100 40

4

9 5 8 5

6

7

O0053T73

Figure 14. Oily Waste Discharge Pump. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Adjusting Valve, Air Regulator Air Pressure Gage Cutoff Valve, Main Deck Shore Connection Cutoff Valve, OWS

This valve permits adjustment of the air pressure to the oily waste overboard pump. This gage indicates the air pressure available to the oily waste pump. This valve secures oily waste discharge pump flow to the main deck shore connection.

2 3

4

This valve secures oily waste discharge pump flow to the OWS.

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Function

5

Cutoff Valve, Differential Pressure Gage. Selector Lever

These valves secure pressure to the oily waste discharge pump strainer differential pressure gages.

6

This lever permits the operator to select the online strainer, leaving the remaining strainer offline for service. This handle locks the strainer selector lever in position. When OPEN, this valve permits the oily waste discharge pump to draw suction from the OWS. When OPEN, this valve permits the oily waste discharge pump to draw suction from the bilges.

7 8

Locking Handle Cutoff Valve, OWS Suction Cutoff Valve, Bilge Suction

9

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. Space Heater.

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1

2

60

50

40

100

O0054T73

Figure 15. Key Control/Indicator Function

Space Heater.

1 2

ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch turns the space heater ON and OFF. The thermostat permits the operator to adjust the desired temperature in the space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 16. Reduction Gear Cooling Pump Motor Controller.

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1

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

3

START STOP

4 5

6
RESET

O0055T73

Figure 16. Reduction Gear Cooling Pump Motor Controller. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit protection. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the controller.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the cooling pump motor is running.

4 5 6

This pushbutton starts the cooling pump motor. This pushbutton stops the cooling pump motor. This pushbutton resets the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 17. Refrigeration Manifold.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

25 30 35 20 15 10 5 0

40 45 50 55

60

7

8

9

10
O0056T73

Figure 17. Refrigeration Manifold. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

RFSS-13, LIQUID LINE CRSVR CO Valve RFSS-11, TXV/ STNR/LLSV COV Valve RFSS-6, HAND EXP V Valve RFSS-9, EQL LINE Valve

This valve permits the crossover between the liquid lines when in the OPEN position.

2

This valve secures the flow to the thermal expansion valve, strainer, and liquid line solenoid valve.

3

This valve permits the unit to be operated manually in the event of a thermal expansion valve, strainer, or liquid line solenoid valve failure. This valve permits the external equalization line to the thermal expansion valve to be secured for service.

4

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5

RFSS-14, TXV/ STRNR/LLSV COV Valve Thermometer

This valve secures the flow to the thermal expansion valve, strainer, and liquid line solenoid valve.

6

The thermometer indicates the temperature in the chill box, located in the galley. This valve permits the unit to be operated manually in the event of a thermal expansion valve, strainer, or liquid line solenoid valve failure. This valve secures the flow to the thermal expansion valve, strainer, and liquid line solenoid valve.

7

RFSS-7, HAND EXP V Valve RFSS-15, TXV/ STNR/LLSV COV Valve RFSS-8, EQL LINE Valve RFSS-12, TXV/ STNR/LLSV COV Valve

8

9

This valve permits the external equalization line to the thermal expansion valve to be secured for service. This valve secures the flow to the thermal expansion valve, strainer, and liquid line solenoid valve.

10

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 18. Engine Room Supply and Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers.
1

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ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE

3 4

SLOW FAST

FAST SLOW

5 6 7

STOP

RESET

RESET

8
O0057T73

Figure 18. Engine Room Supply and Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator SLOW Indicator FAST Indicator FAST Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit protection. This indicator illuminates (green) to indicate that power is available to the controller.

3 4 5

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at SLOW speed. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at FAST speed. This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at FAST speed.

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Control/Indicator

6 7 8

SLOW Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at SLOW speed. This pushbutton is used to STOP the fan motor. This pushbutton resets the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4.

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2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

O0058T73

Figure 19. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ENGINE ROOM LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) ENGINE ROOM & STACK LIGHTS Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room lights.

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2

BOWTHRUSTER COMPT & AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACES 1&2 LIGHTS Circuit Breaker ENGINEERS OPERATING STATION R2-40-1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) ENGINEERS OPERATING STATION R2-40-1 AIR CONDITIONING UNIT Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the lights for the bow thruster compartment and AMS 1 and 2.

3

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the EOS unit air conditioner.

4

J.B. FOR EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD STRIP HEATER & EMERGENCY GENERATOR SPACE HEATER. Circuit Breaker. HOLD LEVEL & FAN TAIL RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker SHIPS SERVICE DIESEL GENERATOR JACKET WATER HEATER No. 2. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the emergency switchboard heater and emergency generator room space heater.

5

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the receptacles on the hold level and the fantail.

6

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the SSDG 2 jacket water heater.

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7

BOW THRUSTER ENGINE JACKET WATER HEATER. Circuit Breaker WORKSHOP EXHAUST FAN EO2-16-1. Circuit Breaker J.B. FOR SS REFG Nos. 1 & 2 (INC. FAN COIL AND CONTROLLERS). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) J.B. FOR No. 1 & No. 2 COMPRESSOR CONTROLLER DISCONNECT SWITCH AMS No. 2, FREEZE ROOM FAN COIL DISCONNECT SWITCH & CHILL BOX FAN COIL DISCONNECT SWITCH MAIN DECK Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the bow thruster engine jacket water heater.

8

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the workshop exhaust fan.

9

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the freeze box and chill box fan coil units.

10

ROWPU BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker OIL CONTENT MONITOR. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit (ROWPU) battery charger.

11

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the OCM.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4 - Continued.

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Function

12

MAIN ENGINE SHUTDOWN, (PILOTHOUSE). Circuit Breaker J.B. FOR AUTO DRAIN ON AIR RECEIVER. (INC. REFER DRYER) Circuit Breaker J.B. FOR A/C REEF SYSTEMS Nos. 1 & 2 (INC. LIQUID LINE SOLENOID VALVES). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) J.B. FOR A/C REEF SYSTEM No. 1 & No. 2 CONTROLLERS AMS No. 2 & THERMOSTAT FOR (2X) LIQUID LINE SOLENOID VALVES & FAN ROOM - MAIN DECK & THERMOSTAT FOR LIQUID LINE SOLENOID VALVE FAN ROOM - 01 LEVEL Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the pilothouse main engine shutdown system.

13

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the air receiver's automatic condensation drains and control of the air dryer.

14

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the air conditioning control power.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4 - Continued.

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15

ENGINEERS OPERATING STATION DRINKING FOUNTAIN. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) ENGINE ROOM DRINKING FOUNTAIN, (RECEPTACLE) Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room drinking fountain.

16

PUMP DRIVE ENGINE JACKET WATER HEATER. Circuit Breaker SHIPS SERVICE DIESEL GENERATOR SPACE HEATER No. 2. Circuit Breaker SHIPS SERVICE DIESEL GENERATOR JACKET HEATER No. 1. Circuit Breaker OILY WATER SEPARATOR. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the pump drive engine jacket water heater.

17

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the SSDG 2 space heater.

18

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the SSDG 1 jacket water heater.

19

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the oil water separator.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Distribution Panel No. 4 - Continued.

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Function

20

SHIPS SERVICE DIESEL GENERATOR SPACE HEATER No. 1. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the SSDG 1 space heater.

Table 20.

Machinery Monitoring System CPU.

1

O0059T73

Figure 20. Key Control/Indicator Function

Machinery Monitoring System CPU.

1

ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the machinery monitoring system ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 21. Machinery DC Control Distribution Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7 12 11

10

9

8
O0060T73

Figure 21. Machinery DC Control Distribution Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

FM-200 SHUTDOWN Circuit Breaker PUMP DRIVE ENG Circuit Breaker MACHINERY CONTROL SYS Circuit Breaker STEERING GEAR ALM Circuit Breaker RUDDER ANGLE Circuit Breaker CRANE LMI Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the FM-200 system controls.

2

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the pump drive engine control system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the machinery control system.

3

4

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the steering gear alarm system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the rudder angle indicator system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the crane Load Moment Indicator (LMI).

5

6

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 21. Machinery DC Control Distribution Panel - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

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7

SPARE Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker SSDG NO 2 Circuit Breaker BOW THRUSTER DRIVE ENG Circuit Breaker FUEL OIL DAY TANK (P&S) HIGH LEVEL ALARM Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker

This is a spare circuit breaker for future system expansion.

8

This is a spare circuit breaker for future system expansion.

9

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the SSDG 2 control system. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the bow thruster engine control system.

10

11

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the fuel oil day tank high-level alarm system.

12

This circuit breaker provides for future system expansion.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 22. Load Center Distribution Panel (LT 803 Only).

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1

2

PHASE A

PHASE B

PHASE C

GROUND DETECTION PRESS TO TEST LAPSE

10

LOAD CENTER ENG RM

3

9 4 5 6 7

8

O0061T73

Figure 22. Load Center Distribution Panel (LT 803 Only). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

PHASE A, PHASE B, PHASE C Lamps

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2

GROUND DETECTION PUSH TO TEST LAMPS Pushbutton 120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 3 (MAIN DECK) Circuit Breaker 120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 4 (ENGINE ROOM) Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker Blank MACHINE SHOP EQUIPMENT JUNCTION BOX. (LATHE/GRINDER/ DRILL PRESS). Circuit Breaker 120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 1 (GALLEY). Circuit Breaker

This pushbutton is used to test the ground fault lamps.

3

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 3 on the main deck.

4

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 4 in the engine room.

5

The spare circuit breaker allows new circuits to be added.

6

The spare circuit breaker allows new circuits to be added.

7 8

The blank allows the addition of a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the workshop equipment.

9

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 1 in the galley.

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10

120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 2 (01 LEVEL). Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 2 on the 01 level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 23. Load Center Distribution Panel (All Other Vessels).

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1

2

PHASE A

PHASE B

PHASE C

GROUND DETECTION PRESS TO TEST LAPSE

LOAD CENTER ENG RM

3

12 11 10 6 7 4 5

8

9

O0062T73

Figure 23. Load Center Distribution Panel (All Other Vessels). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

PHASE A, PHASE B, PHASE C Lamps

These lamps are used to indicate ground fault conditions.

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2

GROUND DETECTION PUSH TO TEST LAMPS Pushbutton 120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 1 (GALLEY). Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker Blank SPARE Circuit Breaker Blank 120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 3 (MAIN DECK) Circuit Breaker 120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 4 (ENGINE ROOM) Circuit Breaker Blank MACHINE SHOP EQUIPMENT JUNCTION BOX. (LATHE/GRINDER/ DRILL PRESS). Circuit Breaker

This pushbutton is used to test the ground fault lamps.

3

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 1 in the galley.

4

The spare circuit breaker allows new circuits to be added.

5 6

The blank allows for the addition of a circuit breaker. The spare circuit breaker allows new circuits to be added.

7 8

The blank allows for the addition of a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 3 on the main deck.

9

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 4 in the engine room.

10 11

The blank allows for the addition of a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the workshop equipment.

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12

120 V DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 2 (01 LEVEL). Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the 120 V distribution panel No. 2 on the 01 level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. 440 V Power Panel No. 1.

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1 14 13 12 11 10 9

2

1

2

3 4 5 6 7 8

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

O0063T73

Figure 24. 440 V Power Panel No. 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

LUBE OIL TRANSFER PUMP Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR LUBE OIL TRANSFER PUMP Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the lube oil transfer pump.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Key Control/Indicator 440 V Power Panel No. 1 - Continued.

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Function

2

ENGINE ROOM UNIT HEATER Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) ENGINE ROOM UNIT HEATER, 2-21-1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the engine room unit heater.

3

FRESH WATER PUMP No. 2, (REDUCTION GEAR) Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVR FOR FRESH WATER PUMP No. 2, (REDUCTION GEAR COOLING PUMP) PORT Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the port reduction gear cooling water pump.

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the port reduction gear cooling water pump.

4

MAIN ENGINE LUBE OIL PRIMING PUMP No. 1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR STARBOARD MAIN ENGINE LUBE OIL PRIMING PUMP No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the starboard main engine lube oil-priming pump.

5

SPARE Circuit Breaker

The spare circuit breaker allows new circuits to be added.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Key Control/Indicator 440 V Power Panel No. 1 - Continued.

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Function

6

SPARE Circuit Breaker SEWAGE DISCHARGE PUMP No. 1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR STARBOARD SEWAGE DISCHARGE PUMP No. 1. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

The spare circuit breaker allows new circuits to be added.

7

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the starboard sewage discharge pump.

8 9

Blank SEWAGE DISCHARGE PUMP No. 2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR PORT SEWAGE DISCHARGE PUMP No. 2. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

The blank allows the addition of a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the port sewage discharge pump.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Key Control/Indicator 440 V Power Panel No. 1 - Continued.

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Function

10

FUEL OIL TRANSFER PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR FUEL OIL TRANSFER PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the fuel oil transfer pump 2.

11

MAIN ENGINE JACKET WATER HEATER No. 2/ TURBO OIL PUMP No. 2/WATER LAY OVER PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROL PANEL FOR - PORT MAIN ENGINE JACKET WATER HEATER No. 2/TURBO OIL PUMP No. 2/ WATER LAY OVER PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the jacket layover pump, jacket water heater, and turbo oil pump for main engine 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Key Control/Indicator 440 V Power Panel No. 1 - Continued.

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12

MAIN ENGINE LUBE OIL PRIMING PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROL PANEL FOR PORT MAIN ENGINE LUBE OIL PRIMING PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the port main engine lube oil-priming pump.

13

MAIN ENGINE JACKET WATER HEATER No. 1/ TURBO OIL PUMP No. 1/WATER LAYOVER PUMP No. 1 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROL PANEL FOR STARBOARD MAIN ENGINE JACKET WATER HEATER No. 1/ TURBO OIL PUMP No. 1/WATER LAYOVER PUMP No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the jacket water layover pump, jacket water heater, and turbo oil pump for main engine 1.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Key Control/Indicator 440 V Power Panel No. 1 - Continued.

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14

FRESH WATER PUMP No. 1, (REDUCTION GEAR). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVR FOR FRESH WATER PUMP No. 1, (REDUCTION GEAR COOLING PUMP) STARBOARD Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the starboard reduction gear cooling water pump.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS ENCLOSED OPERATING STATION (EOS)

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 1.

General Arrangement of EOS.

1

2

3

15

14 13 12

11
10 9

8

7

6

5

4
O0064T73

Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

General Arrangement of EOS.

1 2

Interior Light Switch Fire Alarm and Smoke Detection Panel (over), Fire Alarm Bell (under) Master Tank Level Indicator (TLI) Panel 7 Channel

This switch illuminates the EOS. These alarm components indicate the presence of smoke or fire on the vessel. See Figure 13 for details.

3

These indicators display the volume of the sewage, sludge, potable water, and ballast in the indicated tank. See Figure 11 for details.

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Function

4

Main Switchboard

The main switchboard contains master power controls for various vessel systems. See Figure 12 for details. The trim clinometer indicates the trim tilt angle of the vessel. See Figure 15 for details. This indicator displays the effluent oil content level and over-limit alarm for the OCM system. See Figure 20 for details. The air conditioning unit cools the EOS. See Figure 19 for details. The EOT bell sounds when EOS personnel have the wrong direction selected. See Figure 17 for details.

5

Ship Clinometer (Trim) Remote Oil Content Monitor (OCM) Air Conditioning Unit Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) Wrong Direction Bell EOS Console

6

7 8

9

The console contains controls for various vessel systems. See Figure 2 for details. The PA speaker and volume control provide communications within the vessel. See Figure 18 for details.

10

Public Address (PA) System Speaker and Volume Control Ship Clinometer (Heel) LS-519A/SIC Intercommunications Station Master TLI Panel 11 Channel EOT Constant Ring Bell Sound Powered Telephone

11

The heel clinometer indicates the heel angle of the vessel. See Figure 14 for details. The LS-519A/SIC intercommunications station provides communication within the vessel. See Figure 8 for details.

12

13

These indicators display the volume of the lube oil and fuel oil tanks. See Figure 10 for details. This bell sounds when an engine order change has been received. See Figure 17 for details. The telephone provides communication within the vessel. See Figure 16 for details.

14

15

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. EOS Console.

0044

1

2

3

4

5

6

PORT

STARBOARD

STOP

1/4

STOP

ASTERN

HA LF
3/4

ASTERN

HA

LF

HA LF
3/4

1/4
HA LF
AHEAD

LL FU

1/4

1/4

ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH

AHEAD

3/4

3/4

FU L

L

LL FU

FU

LL

ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH

13

12

11

10

9

8

7
O0065T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

EOS Console.

1

Machinery Plant Monitoring System Printer Machinery Plant Monitoring System Display Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel

This printer provides a hard copy of the machinery plant monitoring system data.

2

This system displays the status of machinery as monitored by the machinery plant monitoring system. See Figure 3 for details.

3

This panel provides indicators for the propulsion machinery. See Figure 4 for details.

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4

COMMAND TRANSFER Control

With this control in the REMOTE position, control air is transferred from the EOS console to the remote consoles (pilothouse, aft control station, or either bridge wing control station). In the EOS position, control air is transferred to the EOS console. This panel indicates the desired speed and directional signals from the pilothouse. See Figure 5 for details. This panel provides remote indicators for the steering gear system. See Figure 6 (LT 803 Only) or Figure 7 (All Other Vessels) for details. This station provides station-to-station shipboard communications. See Figure 8 for details.

5

EOT Panel

6

Steering Control Alarm Panel LS-519A/SIC INTERCOMMUNIC ATIONS STATION Machinery Remote Control Station CONTROL AIR PRESSURE Gage PORT AHD SELECTOR PORT MN ENG THROTTLE/ CLUTCH STBD MN ENG THROTTLE/ CLUTCH STBD AHD SELECTOR

7

8

This control station provides controls and indicators for the machinery. See Figure 9 for details. This gage indicates control air pressure in PSI.

9

10

This selector selects the port reduction gear ratio.

11

This controls the speed of the port main engine and the rotating direction of the port propeller shaft.

12

This controls the speed of the starboard main engine and the rotating direction of the starboard propeller shaft.

13

This selector selects the starboard reduction gear ratio.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 3.

Machinery Plant Monitoring System Display.

1 2 3
ACK

4 5

SCAN

PAGE + PAGE -

6 7
II >>

POWER

O0066T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator

Machinery Plant Monitoring System Display.

Function

1 2 3

Screen ACK Pushbutton SCAN Pushbutton

This screen displays the machinery plant operating data. This pushbutton is pushed to acknowledge an alarm. This pushbutton causes the alarm messages to be displayed on the screen in reverse order. This pushbutton moves the screen display forward one page.

4

PAGE + Pushbutton

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5 6 7

PAGE − Pushbutton Alarm Annunciator POWER Pushbutton

This pushbutton moves the screen display back one page. The annunciator provides an audible alarm signal. This pushbutton turns the screen display ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

0044

STBD CLUTCH ASTERN

LAMP TEST

AFT CONTROL STATION

ALARM SILENCE

PORT CLUTCH ASTERN

STBD CLUTCH AHEAD LO

STBD ENGINE FAILURE

STATION ACTIVE

PORT ENGINE FAILURE

PORT CLUTCH AHEAD LO

STBD CLUTCH AHEAD HI

STBD BRIDGE WING

PILOT HOUSE STATION

PORT BRIDGE WING

PORT CLUTCH AHEAD HI

21

20

19

18

17

16

15, 14, 13, 12, 11

10
O0067T73

Figure 4. Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

STBD ENGINE RPM Tachometer STBD CLUTCH ASTERN Annunciator

This tachometer indicates the starboard main engine speed in revolutions per minute (rpm). This indicator illuminates to indicate that the starboard reduction gear is in the ASTERN position. This annunciator is an audible alarm that alerts the operator that a failure has occurred. This pushbutton tests the panel lights when pushed.

2

3

4

LAMP TEST Pushbutton

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5

AFT CONTROL STATION Indicator ALARM SILENCE Pushbutton PORT CLUTCH ASTERN Indicator DIMMER Control PORT ENGINE RPM Tachometer PORT PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer PORT CLUTCH AHEAD LO Indicator PORT ENGINE FAILURE Indicator STATION ACTIVE Indicator STBD ENGINE FAILURE Indicator STBD CLUTCH AHEAD LO Indicator PORT CLUTCH AHEAD HI Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the aft control station is in control of the propulsion systems. This pushbutton silences the alarm annunciator.

6

7

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the port reduction gear is in the ASTERN position. This controls the illumination level of the indicators on the panel. This tachometer indicates the port main engine speed in rpm.

8 9

10

This tachometer indicates the port propeller shaft speed in rpm.

11

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the port reduction gear speed is low and is in the AHEAD position.

12

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the port main engine is not operating.

13

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the EOS is in control of the propulsion systems. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the starboard engine is not operating.

14

15

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the starboard reduction gear speed is low and is in the AHEAD position.

16

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the port reduction gear speed is high and is in the AHEAD position.

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17

PORT BRIDGE WING Indicator PILOTHOUSE STATION Indicator STBD BRIDGE WING Indicator STBD CLUTCH AHEAD HI Indicator STBD PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the port bridge wing station is in control of the propulsion systems. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the pilothouse is in control of the propulsion systems. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the starboard bridge wing station is in control of the propulsion systems. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the starboard reduction gear speed is high and is in the AHEAD position. This tachometer indicates the starboard propeller shaft speed in rpm.

18

19

20

21

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) Panel.

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1

1

1

STARBOARD STOP

PORT
1

1/4

STOP
LF

HA

LF
STERN

HA
E AH AD

HA LF
STERN

1/4
HA
E AH AD

1/4
3/4
1

1/4

LF

3/4

3/4
LL FU

3/4

FU

LL

FU LL

ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH

ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH

2

1

Figure 5. Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) Selector Knob

The LEDs illuminate to indicate the selected speed and direction.

2

This knob selects the desired speed and direction.

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A

A

FU LL
1

2

T0068T73

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Steering Control Alarm Panel (LT 803 Only).

0044

1

2

3

4

5

OVERLOAD PUMP 1

PHASE FAILURE PUMP 1

POWER FAILURE PUMP 1

POWER FAILURE CONTROL 1

LOW OIL LEVEL

OVERLOAD PUMP 2

PHASE FAILURE PUMP 2

POWER FAILURE PUMP 2

POWER FAILURE CONTROL 2

POWER FAILURE AMPLIFIER

16 15
SYSTEM TEST SYSTEM OK AUDIBLE & ACK

6 7

14 8 13 9
RUN PUMP 1 RUN PUMP 2

12 10

11

O0069T73

Figure 6. Steering Control Alarm Panel (LT 803 Only). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

OVERLOAD PUMP 1 Indicator PHASE FAILURE PUMP 1 Indicator POWER FAILURE PUMP 1 Indicator POWER FAILURE CONTROL 1 Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate an overload of the electric motor for pump 1. This indicator illuminates to indicate a phase failure in the electrical supply to pump 1. This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to pump 1.

2

3

4

This indicator illuminates to indicate the loss of power for the control circuit for pump 1.

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5

LOW OIL LEVEL Indicator POWER FAILURE AMPLIFIER Indicator POWER FAILURE CONTROL 2 Indicator Annunciator AUDIBLE & ACK Indicator (Pushbutton) RUN PUMP 2 Indicator POWER FAILURE PUMP 2 Indicator RUN PUMP 1 Indicator SYSTEM OK Indicator SYSTEM TEST Pushbutton PHASE FAILURE PUMP 2 Indicator OVERLOAD PUMP 2 Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate low oil level in the expansion tank.

6

This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to the amplifier.

7

This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power for the control circuit for pump 2.

8 9

This alarm gives an audible indication that a failure has occurred. This indicator illuminates when an alarm condition is present. It silences the audible alarm when pressed.

10

This indicator illuminates to indicate that pump 2 is operating.

11

This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to pump 2.

12

This indicator illuminates to indicate that pump 1 is operating.

13

This indicator illuminates to indicate that no faults are present in the system.

14

This pushbutton tests indicators and related circuits when pressed.

15

This indicator illuminates to indicate a phase failure in the electrical supply to pump 2. This indicator illuminates to indicate an overload of the electric motor for pump 2.

16

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7.
1

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Steering Control Alarm Panel (All Other Vessels).
2 3 4 5 6

7
POWER FAILURE PHASE FAILURE CONTROL AMPLIFIER OVERLOAD

1

1
POWER FAILURE

1

1

FU CONTROL

1

POWER FAILURE

PHASE FAILURE

CONTROL

2

2

POWER FAILURE

2

OVERLOAD

AMPLIFIER

2

FU CONTROL

2

Test

V

15
RUN PUMP 1 RUN PUMP 2

14

13

12

11

10
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Figure 7. Steering Control Alarm Panel (All Other Vessels). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

POWER FAILURE 1 Indicator PHASE FAILURE 1 Indicator CONTROL 1 POWER FAILURE Indicator OIL LOW LEVEL Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to pump 1.

2

This indicator illuminates to indicate a phase failure in the electrical supply to pump 1. This indicator illuminates to indicate the loss of power for the control circuit for pump 1.

3

4

This indicator illuminates to indicate low oil level in the expansion tank.

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V

OIL LOW LEVEL

8

9

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Control/Indicator

5

OVERLOAD 1 Indicator AMPLIFIER 1 FU CONTROL Indicator AUDIBLE & ACK Indicator (Pushbutton) SYSTEM TEST Pushbuttons AMPLIFIER 2 FU CONTROL Indicator RUN PUMP 2 Indicator OVERLOAD 2 Indicator CONTROL 2 POWER FAILURE Indicator PHASE FAILURE 2 Indicator RUN PUMP 1 Indicator POWER FAILURE 2 Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate an overload of the electric motor for pump 1. This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to the number 1 follow up amplifier. This indicator illuminates when an alarm condition is present. It silences the audible alarm when pressed.

6

7

8

These pushbuttons test indicators and related circuits when pressed and control the illumination level of the indicators. This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to the number 2 follow-up amplifier. This indicator illuminates to indicate that pump 2 is operating.

9

10

11

This indicator illuminates to indicate an overload of the electric motor for pump 2. This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power for the control circuit for pump 2.

12

13

This indicator illuminates to indicate a phase failure in the electrical supply to pump 2. This indicator illuminates to indicate that pump 1 is operating.

14

15

This indicator illuminates to indicate a loss of power to pump 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8.
1

0044

LS-519A/SIC Intercommunications Station.
2 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS REL CALL BUSY

4

B

9

PRESS TO RE LEASE

2

C
PRESS TO RE LEASE

VOLUME OFF

DIMMER C

MIC OR

HANDS FREE MAL

8
HANDSET PRESS TO TALK

5 6

7
O0071T73

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

LS-519A/SIC Intercommunications Station.

Function

1 2 3 4 5

REL Indicator Station Pushbuttons CALL Indicator BUSY Indicator DIMMER Control

This indicator illuminates to indicate that release of the system is required. These pushbuttons connect the unit to the selected station. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the system is in use. The dimmer control controls the illumination level of the intercommunications station. This control provides hands free or press to talk transmission modes.

6

HANDS FREE Control MIC OR HANDSET Plug

7

This is a jack plug for an external microphone/handset.

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8 9

VOLUME Control PRESS TO RELEASE

This control controls the sound level of the intercommunications station. When pressed, this releases the station pushbuttons.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 9.

Machinery Remote Control Station.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10

25 24 23 22
START STOP START STOP START START STOP START STOP NO. 1 MAIN ENGINE NO. 2 MAIN ENGINE

11

NO. 1 FIRE PUMP

12

21

SSDG NO. 1

SSDG NO. 2

13
STOP

14
NO. 2 FIRE PUMP

START

STOP

START

STOP NO. 1 & NO. 2 HYD PUMP

PUMP DRIVE ENGINE

15

20
Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator

19

18

17 16
O0072T73

Machinery Remote Control Station.

Function

1

No. 1 MN ENG START Pushbutton No. 1 MN ENG STOP Pushbutton Indicator

This pushbutton is used to start the starboard main engine.

2

This pushbutton is used to stop the starboard main engine.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the starboard main engine is running.

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4

SSDG No. 2 START Pushbutton No. 2 MN ENG START Pushbutton No. 2 MN ENG STOP Pushbutton Indicator SSDG No. 2 STOP Pushbutton Indicator No. 1 FIRE PUMP START Pushbutton Indicator

This pushbutton is used to start the Ship's Service Diesel Generator (SSDG) 2 engine. This pushbutton is used to start the port main engine.

5

6

This pushbutton is used to stop the port main engine.

7 8

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the port main engine is running. This pushbutton is used to stop the SSDG 2 engine.

9 10

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the SSDG 2 engine is running. This pushbutton is used to start fire and general service pump 1.

11

This indicator illuminates to indicate that fire and general service pump 1 is operating. This pushbutton is used to stop fire and general service pump 1.

12

No. 1 FIRE PUMP STOP Pushbutton

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13

No. 2 FIRE PUMP START Pushbutton Indicator

This pushbutton is used to start fire and general service pump 2.

14

This indicator illuminates to indicate that fire and general service pump 2 is operating. This pushbutton is used to stop fire and general service pump 2.

15

No. 2 FIRE PUMP STOP Pushbutton Indicator

16

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the central hydraulic power unit is operating. This indicator illuminates to indicate a power failure of the central hydraulic power unit. This pushbutton is used to stop the central hydraulic power unit.

17

Indicator

18

No. 1 & No. 2 HYD PUMP STOP Pushbutton No. 1 & No. 2 HYD PUMP START Pushbutton

19

This pushbutton is used to start the central hydraulic power unit.

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20 21

Indicator PUMP DRIVE ENG START Pushbutton PUMP DRIVE ENG STOP Pushbutton SSDG No. 1 START Pushbutton SSDG No. 1 STOP Pushbutton Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the pump drive engine is operating. This pushbutton is used to start the pump drive engine.

22

This pushbutton is used to stop the pump drive engine.

23

This pushbutton is used to start the SSDG 1 engine.

24

This pushbutton is used to stop the SSDG 1 engine.

25

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the SSDG 1 engine is operating.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Master TLI Panel 11 Channel.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

LUBE OIL

1 PORT

1 STBD

2 STBD

2 PORT

2 CENTER

3 CENTER

8
PANEL CONTROL

18 17

9 10

16

15

14

13

12

11

O0073T73

Figure 10. Master TLI Panel 11 Channel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

LUBE OIL Meter 1 PORT Meter 1 STBD Meter 2 STBD Meter 2 PORT Meter 2 CENTER Meter 3 CENTER Meter

This meter indicates lube oil storage tank level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 1 port level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 1 starboard level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 2 starboard level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 2 port level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 2 center level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 3 center level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Key Control/Indicator Master TLI Panel 11 Channel - Continued.

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Function

8 9 10

ON/OFF Switch POWER Indicator ALARM SILENCE Switch ALARM Annunciator FUSE

This switch controls power to the master TLI panel. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is supplied to the TLI panel. This switch silences the alarm signal.

11

This annunciator is activated by the TLI alarm system.

12

This fuse provides circuit protection for the indicator lights (Table 10, Items 17 and 18). This meter indicates the port fuel oil day tank level.

13

PORT DAY TK Meter STBD DAY TK Meter 4 PORT Meter 4 STBD Meter Low Alarm High Alarm

14

This meter indicates the starboard fuel oil day tank level.

15 16 17 18

This meter indicates fuel oil tank 4 port level. This meter indicates fuel oil tank 4 starboard level. This illuminates to indicate a LOW tank level. This illuminates to indicate a HIGH tank level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Master TLI Panel 7 Channel.

0044

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8
PANEL CONTROL

9 10

12

11

O0074T73

Figure 11. Master TLI Panel 7 Channel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

CHT Meter SLUDGE Meter F/W STBD Meter F/W PORT Meter BLST PEAK Meter BLST 2 STBD Meter BLST 2 PORT Meter

This meter indicates sewage holding tank level. This meter indicates oily waste holding tank level. This meter indicates potable water tank starboard level. This meter indicates potable water tank port level. This meter indicates ballast water tank 1 level. This meter indicates ballast water tank 2 starboard level. This meter indicates ballast water tank 2 port level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Key Control/Indicator Master TLI Panel 7 Channel - Continued.

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Function

8 9 10

ON/OFF Switch POWER Indicator ALARM SILENCE Switch ALARM FUSE

This switch controls power to the master TLI panel. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is supplied to the TLI panel. This switch silences the alarm signal.

11 12

This alarm is activated by the TLI alarm system. This fuse provides circuit protection for the indicator lights.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12.
1 2

0044

Main Switchboard.
3 4 5 3 6 7

60 58 54 50
AC VOLTS

62 64 68
AC VOLTS

300 400 200 100 0
AC VOLTS

500 800

57

58 59 60 61 62 63

19

20 21 22 23 24 25

300 400 200 100 0
AC VOLTS

300 400 200 500 100 0
AC AMPERES

60 58 500 55 62 64 50 HERTZ 65 0 100

200 300 400

64

300 400 200 100 0
AC VOLTS

300 400 200 500 100 0
AC AMPERES

60 58 500 55 62 64 50 HERTZ 65 0 100

200 300 400

26 27

800

800

AC KILOWATTE

800

800

AC KILOWATTE

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

9

8

28

65

68

67

66

29

53

54

55

56

30

31

32

33

34 35 36

37 38 39 40 41

52 51 50

42 43 44 45 46 47 48

49

O0075T73

Figure 12. Key Control/Indicator Function

Main Switchboard.

1

HOT POTABLE WATER HTR #2 Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for potable hot water heater 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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2

MAIN DECK PWR PNL #3 Circuit Breaker BUS TIE CKT BKR Circuit Breaker ENG RM PWR PNL #1 Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker AUX MACH No. 1 PWR PNL #4 Circuit Breaker 1-25 KVA XFMR 440/220/110 V Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker AC KILOWATTS Meter GENERATOR 1 CKT BKR OPEN CLOSED Indicator GENERATOR 1 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSED Indicator GENERATOR 1 POWER AVAILABLE Indicator

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for main deck power panel 3.

3

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the bus tie.

4

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for engine room power panel 1.

5

This is a spare circuit breaker.

6

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for auxiliary machinery space number 1 power panel 4.

7

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the 1-25 KVA XFMR 440/220/110 V transformers.

8

This is a spare circuit breaker.

9

This meter indicates SSDG 1 output in kilowatts.

10

This switch OPENS and CLOSES the SSDG 1 circuit breaker.

11

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the SSDG 1 circuit breaker is closed.

12

This indicator indicates that SSDG 1 is generating power.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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13

ENG RM EXH FAN #1 Circuit Breaker HOT POTABLE WTR HTR #1 Circuit Breaker AFFF PUMP Circuit Breaker FIRE PUMP #2 Circuit Breaker AC VOLTS Meter VOLT OFF Switch AC AMPERES Meter AMMETER OFF Switch HERTZ Meter GENERATOR 2 GOVERNOR RAISE LOWER Switch AC KILOWATTS Meter Synchronizing Lights

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for engine room exhaust fan 1.

14

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for potable hot water heater 1.

15

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the AFFF pump.

16

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the fire pump 2.

17 18 19

This meter indicates BUS GEN 2 voltage. This switch selects phases for reading on the voltmeter. This meter indicates SSDG 2 amperage.

20

This switch selects phases for reading on ammeter.

21 22

This meter indicates SSDG 2 frequency. This switch controls engine speed for SSDG 2.

23

This meter indicates SSDG 2 output in kilowatts.

24

The synchronizing lights indicate when the generators are in parallel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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25 26

SYNCHROSCOPE SYNCHRONIZING GEN #2 GEN #1 Switch SHORE POWER AC VOLTS Meter VOLTMETER OFF Switch AC VOLTS Meter VOLT OFF Switch HERTZ Meter AMMETER Switch AC AMPERES Meter GENERATOR 1 GOVERNOR RAISE LOWER Switch SHORE POWER AVAILABLE Indicator

The synchroscope indicates the synchronization of the generators. This switch selects the generator to be paralleled.

27

This meter displays the shore power voltage.

28

This switch selects the shore power phases to be displayed on the voltmeter.

29 30 31 32 33

This meter indicates BUS GEN 1 voltage. This switch selects phases for reading on voltmeter. This meter indicates SSDG 1 frequency. This switch selects phases for reading on the ammeter. This meter indicates SSDG 1 amperage.

34

This switch controls SSDG 1 engine speed.

35

This indicator illuminates to indicate that shore power is available to the main switchboard.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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36

EMG GEN SWBD BUS TIE #2 Circuit Breaker ENG RM SUPPLY FAN #2 Circuit Breaker GALLEY 440 V PWR PNL Circuit Breaker ENG RM EXH FAN #2 Circuit Breaker GENERATOR 2 CKT BRK OPEN CLOSED Switch GENERATOR 2 CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSED Indicator GENERATOR 2 POWER AVAILABLE Indicator GENERATOR 2 AUTO VOLT RHEO Switch

The circuit breaker provides circuit protection for bus tie 2 to the emergency switchboard.

37

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for engine room supply fan 2.

38

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for galley power panel 2.

39

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for engine room exhaust fan 2.

40

This switch OPENS and CLOSES the circuit breaker for SSDG 2.

41

This indicator illuminates to indicate that circuit breaker 2 is in the CLOSED position.

42

This indicator illuminates to indicate that SSDG 2 is generating power.

43

This switch adjusts the voltage for SSDG 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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44

SHORE POWER FREQUENCY HERTZ Meter BUS TIE CKT BKR CLOSED Indicator CENT HYD SYS PWR UNIT #1 & #2 Circuit Breaker LUBE OIL PURIFIER Circuit Breaker SPARE 3P Circuit Breaker SPARE 3P Circuit Breaker GENERATOR 1 AUTO VOLT RHEO Switch 1S BUS GND DETECT PUSH TO TEST LAMPS Pushbutton C PHASE Indicator

This meter indicates shore power frequency.

45

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the main switchboard bus tie to the emergency switchboard is closed. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the central hydraulic system power pack.

46

47

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the lube oil purifier.

48

This is a spare circuit breaker.

49

This is a spare circuit breaker.

50

This switch adjusts the voltage for SSDG 1.

51

This pushbutton is used to test the ground fault indicator lights.

52

This indicator is not illuminated when a ground fault condition exists in the C phase.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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53

B PHASE Indicator

This indicator is not illuminated when a ground fault condition exists in the B phase. This indicator is not illuminated when a ground fault condition exists in the A phase. This illuminates to indicate that the phase sequence is correct.

54

A PHASE Indicator

55

CORRECT 123 Indicator INCORRECT 321 Indicator PHASE SEQUENCE Meter C PHASE Indicator

56

This illuminates to indicate that the phase sequence is incorrect.

57

The flashing LEDs on the phase sequence meter indicate phase sequence.

58

This indicator is not illuminated when a ground fault condition exists in the C phase. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the shore power circuits.

59

SHORE POWER CKT BRK Circuit Breaker AUX MCHY SPACE #2 PWR PNL 5 Circuit Breaker ENG RM SUPPLY FAN 1 Circuit Breaker BILGE PUMP #2 Circuit Breaker EMG GEN SWBD BUS TIE 1 Circuit Breaker B PHASE Indicator

60

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for auxiliary machinery space 2 power panel 5.

61

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for engine room supply fan 1.

62

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for bilge pump 2.

63

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for emergency switchboard bus tie 1.

64

This indicator is not illuminated when a ground fault condition exists in the B phase.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator Function Main Switchboard - Continued.

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65

STEERING GEAR PUMP #1 Circuit Breaker 2S BUS GND DETECT PUSH TO TEST LAMPS Pushbutton 3-25 KVA 10 XFMRS Circuit Breaker A PHASE Indicator

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for steering gear pump 1.

66

This pushbutton is used to test the ground fault indicator lights.

67

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for power transformers mounted on the engine room port bulkhead.

68

This indicator is not illuminated when a ground fault condition exists in the A phase.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. Fire Alarm and Smoke Detection Panel.

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1 18

2

3

3

3

3

17 4 16 15 3

14 13 12
DC VOLTS DC AMPS BATTERY TROUBLE

11 10 9

8 5

7 6 3
O0078T73

Figure 13. Fire Alarm and Smoke Detection Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

AUDIBLE CIRCUIT Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate a fault in the fire alarm and smoke detection panel audible alarm circuit.

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2

GROUND FAULT Indicator LED Indicators DC VOLTS Meter

This indicator illuminates to indicate a ground fault in the fire alarm and smoke detection system. These indicators are not used. This meter indicates the fire alarm and smoke detection system Direct Current (DC) voltage. This indicator, when illuminated, indicates a low charge in the battery system.

3 4

5

BATTERY TROUBLE Indicator DC AMPS Meter TIME CYCLE COMPLETE Indicator ZONE 4 HOLD Indicator ZONE 4 HOLD Indicator ZONE 2 01 LEVEL Indicator ZONE 2 01 LEVEL Indicator ZONE 1 02 LEVEL Indicator ZONE 1 02 LEVEL Indicator ZONE 3 MAIN DECK Indicator

6 7

This meter indicates the fire alarm and smoke detection panel's DC amperage. This indicator illuminates to indicate that an alarm condition has been received and the time cycle is completed.

8

This indicator illuminates to indicate that ZONE 4 HOLD is operational.

9

This indicator illuminates to indicate an alarm from ZONE 4 HOLD.

10

This indicator illuminates to indicate that ZONE 2 01 LEVEL is operational.

11

This indicator illuminates to indicate an alarm from ZONE 2 01 LEVEL.

12

This indicator illuminates to indicate that ZONE 1 02 LEVEL is operational.

13

This indicator illuminates to indicate an alarm from ZONE 1 02 LEVEL.

14

This indicator illuminates to indicate that ZONE 3 MAIN DECK is operational.

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15

ZONE 3 MAIN DECK Indicator TROUBLE Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate an alarm from ZONE 3 MAIN DECK.

16

This indicator illuminates to indicate a fault in the fire alarm and smoke detection system. This indicator illuminates to indicate an alarm condition in one or more zones. It flashes after an audible alarm has been silenced.

17

ALARM FLASHING WHEN SILENCED Indicator POWER FLASHING WHEN ON BATTERY Indicator

18

This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is being supplied to the fire alarm and smoke detection panel. It flashes when on battery power.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 14. Ship Clinometer (Heel).

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1

15 20

10

5

0

5

10

15
20

40

35

30

25

5 20 1

10 5

0

5

10 15

20

25

30

35

40
45

45
50

50

55

55

60

60

O0079T73

Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator Function

Ship Clinometer (Heel).

1

Clinometer

This clinometer indicates the angle of the vessel athwartship (heel).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. Ship Clinometer (Trim).

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1

15 20

10

5

0

5

10

15

20

O0080T73

Figure 15. Key Control/Indicator Function

Ship Clinometer (Trim).

1

Clinometer

This clinometer indicates the angle of the vessel longitudinally (trim).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 16. Sound Powered Telephone.

0044

1

2

3 1 4
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

5

6

7

O0081T73

Figure 16. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Handset Ring Indicator Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle DIRECTORY Plate Pushbutton

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. The selector dial outlines available stations. This knob selects the station to be called. The magneto handle is turned to call a station. The directory plate lists telephone stations aboard the vessel. This pushbutton is used to transmit.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 17. Bells: General Alarm, Fire Alarm, EOT Wrong Direction, EOT Constant Ring.
1 2

0044

O0082T73

Figure 17. Key

Bells: General Alarm, Fire Alarm, EOT Wrong Direction, EOT Constant Ring. Function

Control/Indicator

1

Bell

The general alarm bell sounds when the general alarm has been signaled. The fire alarm bell sounds when a fire alarm pull box has been pulled. The EOT wrong direction bell sounds when EOS personnel have the wrong direction selected. The EOT constant ring bell sounds when an engine order change has been received. This indicator is installed on the EOT wrong direction bell only. It indicates that EOS personnel have the wrong direction selected.

2

LED Indicator

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 18. PA System Speaker and Volume Control.

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2 1

1 2 3 4 5

O0083T73

Figure 18. Key Control/Indicator

PA System Speaker and Volume Control.

Function

1 2

Loudspeaker Volume Control

The loudspeaker broadcasts the PA system. This control controls the volume of the loudspeaker.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Air Conditioning Unit Controls.

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1

AIR EXCHANGER
CLOSED OPEN

MASTER CONTROL
LO FAN HI FAN

LO COOL MEDIUM COOL

HI COOL

2

THERMOSTAT
WARMER

1 2 3 4 5 8
COOLER

7

6

3
Figure 19. Air Conditioning Unit Controls. Key Control/Indicator Function

O0084T73

1

AIR EXCHANGER Control

In the CLOSED position, the inside air is recirculated. In the OPEN position, outside air is conditioned and admitted into the space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Air Conditioning Unit Controls - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

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2

MASTER CONTROL Switch THERMOSTAT Control

This switch permits selection between the following modes: OFF, HI FAN, HI COOL, MEDIUM COOL, LO COOL, and LO FAN. This control permits adjustment of the air temperature from 1 (warmer) to 8 (cooler).

3

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 20.

Remote Oil Content Monitor (OCM).
1

POWER ON

2

7
OIL CONTENT EXCEEDS ALARM LIMIT

3
PUSH TO SILENCE OIL CONTENT PPM

PUSH TO CHANGE ALARM LIMIT (PPM)

IN PORT

AT SEA

6

4

5
O0085T73

Figure 20. Remote Oil Content Monitor (OCM). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

POWER ON Indicator OIL CONTENT EXCEEDS ALARM LIMIT Indicator EFFLUENT OIL CONTENT Display 70 PPM AT SEA Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the Oil Content Monitor (OCM) is operating. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the effluent oil content exceeds the selected alarm limit.

2

3

This displays the effluent oil content in ppm.

4

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the 70 ppm (at sea) alarm limit is selected.

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5

PUSH TO CHANGE ALARM LIMIT Switch 15 PPM IN PORT Indicator PUSH TO SILENCE Switch

This switch toggles between the 15 and 70 ppm alarm limit settings when the alarm limit selector switch in the sampling/sensor assembly is set to REMOTE. The sampling/sensor assembly is located in the engine room. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the 15 ppm (in port) alarm limit is selected. Push this pushbutton switch to toggle the alarm silence function ON and OFF.

6

7

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS AMS 1

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 44

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AMS 1 General Arrangement.

43 42 41 39 40 36, 37, 38 9 10 11 12, 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 31 21 30 29 28

35 34 33 32

27 26 25 FWD 24 23

22

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Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

AMS 1 General Arrangement.

1

Hot Potable Water Recirculation Pump

This pump circulates hot potable water throughout the vessel. See Figure 2 for details.

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Function

2

Hot Water Heaters

These heaters heat potable water for use throughout the vessel. See Figure 2 for details. This panel contains motor controllers and gages for the air compressors, Marine Sanitation Device (MSD), and Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) pump. See Figure 3 for details.

3

Air Compressor, Marine Sanitation Device (MSD), and AFFF Motor Control Panel Air Compressors

4

The compressors supply compressed air for use throughout the vessel. See Figure 8 for details. The ships service air receiver stores compressed air for the ship's service use. See Figure 9 for details.

5

Ship's Service Air Receiver and Valves Compressed Air Gage Panel Air Compressor Discharge Manifolds Starting Air Receivers Sound Powered Telephone

6

This panel contains gages for several compressed air systems. See Figure 10 for details. These manifolds control the compressed air discharge from the air compressors. See Figure 8 for details.

7

8

These receivers store compressed air for starting many of the vessel's engines. Refer to Figure 9 for details. The sound powered telephone provides communication with other areas of the vessel. See Figure 11 for details.

9

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10

Compressed Air Piping, Forward Bulkhead 440 V Power Panel No. 4 Space Heater Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicators AMS 1 SUPPLY FAN Motor Controller Bow Thruster Engine Lo-1, LUBO DR TO OILY DR. TK. Valve Lo-9, LUBO TO PUMP DRIVE ENG. Valve Lo-2, LUBO DR TO OILY DR. TK. Valve

This manifold contains valves and regulators for starting and ship's service air. See Figure 17 for details.

11

This panel provides circuit breakers for many of the vessel's electrical systems. See Figure 12 for details. The heater provides heat for the space. See Figure 13 for details. These indicators indicate fuel flow through the 1 Port and 1 Starboard fuel oil tank vents, indicating an overfilled tank. See Figure 14 for details. The motor controller controls the fan motor for the AMS 1 supply fan. See Figure 15 for details.

12 13

14

15

The bow thruster engine provides power to drive the bow thruster. See Figure 16 for details. This valve drains the lube oil to the oily drain tank.

16

17

This valve controls lube oil flow to the pump drive engine.

18

This valve drains the lube to the oily drain tank.

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Function

19

Lo-8, LUBO TO BOW THRUSTER ENG. Valve Pump Drive Engine

This valve controls lube oil flow to the bow thruster engine.

20

This engine drives the diesel engine-driven fire pump and the towing machine hydraulic pump. See Figure 18 for details. The fire main pressure gage indicates the pressure within the fire main.

21

FM- 96 Fire Main Pressure Gage Asw-22, OVB'D DISCH., S.W. COOLING Valve General Alarm Bell Cutoff Valve, Raw Water Overboard Discharge Towing Machine Hydraulic System PD-3, WASTE WTR TO SEW. HLD. TK. Valve GS-111, FF PMP PRM EDUCTOR DISCH Valve

22

This valve controls the sea water overboard discharge.

23 24

This bell gives an audible warning when the general alarm is sounded. This valve controls the overboard discharge flow of raw water used to cool the bow thruster engine and the pump drive engine.

25

This system powers the towing machine hydraulic system. See Figure 19 for details. This valve controls the flow of waste water to the sewage holding tank.

26

27

This valve controls the eductor discharge.

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28

AMS 1 Watertight Door Hand Pump Oily Bilge Pump COV FM-84, AFFF TK SUCT Valve Differential Pressure Gage COV CA-73, SVCE AIR TO FF PMP PRM EDUCTOR Valve FM-200 Strobe and Beacon Raw Water Duplex Strainer

This pump operates the watertight door between AMS 1 and the engine room.

29

This is the cutoff valve to the oily bilge pump suction.

30

This valve controls the AFFF tanks suction.

31

This valve controls flow to the FF pump suction differential pressure gage.

32

This valve controls service air to the fire pump primer.

33

The strobe and beacon flash when the FM-200 system has been actuated. They signal that FM-200 release will begin within 60 seconds. The duplex strainer removes contaminants from the raw water before it reaches the cooling systems of the bow thruster and pump drive engines. See Figure 20 for details. This gage indicates the discharge pressure of the AFFF pump.

34

35

AFFF DISCH PRESS Gage Public Address (PA) Speaker and Volume Control AFFF PROPORTIONER DIFF PRESS Gage SW STR DIFF PRESS Gage

36

The speaker and volume control permit announcements to be heard throughout the vessel. See Figure 21 for details.

37

This gage indicates the differential pressure across the AFFF proportioner.

38

This gage indicates the differential pressure across the raw water strainer for the bow thruster and pump drive engines.

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39

FM-13, F.F. to F.M. CRSVR Valve FM-97 and FM-99 Valves AFFF DISCH PRESS Gage COV General Alarm Beacon Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) MSD Pump

This valve controls the flow between the firemain and the diesel engine-driven fire pump discharge piping. These valves cut off pressure to the firemain differential pressure gage.

40

41

This valve cuts off pressure to the AFFF differential pressure gage.

42

This beacon illuminates when the general alarm bell has been sounded.

43

The MSD treats sewage generated aboard the vessel prior to discharge. See Figure 22 for details. This pump moves sewage through the MSD unit. See Figure 22 for details.

44

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2

7 3 4

5

6

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Figure 2. Hot Water Heaters and Recirculation Pump. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Relief Valve

This valve opens to permit excess pressure to vent from the hot water heater tank. This valve controls the flow of cold potable water into the water heater.

2

PW-80, POT.WTR TO H.W. HTR. Thermometer

3

The thermometer indicates the temperature of the hot water in the hot water heater tank. The hose bibb permits a hose to draw hot water directly from the hot water heater tank. The hose bibb permits a hose to draw cold water from the vessel's potable water system.

4

Hose Bibb, Hot Water Hose Bibb, Cold Water

5

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6

Cutoff Valves, Differential Pressure Gage PW-82, H.W. HTR OUT

These valves secure the pressure to the hot potable water recirculation pump differential pressure gage.

7

This valve controls the flow of hot potable water out of the hot water heater.

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1

2
T SE RE
OFF

BLOWER RUN

PUMP HAND START STOP AUTO OFF

ON

3

POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

4

START STOP
MANUAL AUTO

START STOP
MANUAL AUTO

START STOP

RESET

RESET

RESET

6

5
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Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator

Air Compressor, MSD, and AFFF Motor Control Panel. Function

1

MSD Controller

This controller controls the system operation for the MSD unit. Refer to Figure 4 for details. This indicator indicates the liquid level in the sewage holding tank.

2

Tank Level Indicator (TLI), Sewage

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Control/Indicator

3

HOT POTABLE WATER RECIRCULATION PUMP Motor Controller No. 1 AIR COMPRESSOR Motor Controller AFFF PUMP Motor Control No. 2 AIR COMPRESSOR Motor Controller

This motor controller turns the hot potable water recirculation pump ON and OFF. Refer to Figure 5 for details.

4

This motor controller turns air compressor 1 ON and OFF and permits manual and automatic control of the compressor. Refer to Figure 6 for details.

5

This motor controller turns the AFFF pump motor ON and OFF. Refer to Figure 7 for details. This motor controller turn air compressor 2 ON and OFF and permits manual and automatic control of the compressor. Refer to Figure 6 for details.

6

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1

0045

MSD Motor Controller.
2 3

OFF

BLOWER RUN

6
HAND START STOP

PUMP AUTO

OFF

5

4

ON

RE T SE

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Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

MSD Motor Controller.

1

BLOWER RUN Indicator Power Available Indicator Main Breaker

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the blower motor is running.

2

This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller. The main breaker provided ON/OFF control and circuit protection for the motor controller. This switch permits the operator to select between HAND, OFF, and AUTO operating modes. In the HAND position, the MSD pump is controlled manually. In the AUTO position, the blower motor is controlled automatically. In the OFF position, the MSD pump is OFF.

3

4

Power Switch

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5 6

STOP Pushbutton START Pushbutton

This pushbutton is used to STOP the MSD blower motor. This pushbutton is used to START the MSD blower motor.

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Table 5.

Hot Potable Water Recirculation Pump Motor Controller.

1

2

3
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN START STOP

4

O0090T73

Figure 5. Hot Potable Water Recirculation Pump Motor Controller. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

POWER AVAILABLE Indicator START Pushbutton

This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller.

2

This pushbutton is used to START the hot potable water recirculation pump motor. This pushbutton is used to STOP the hot potable water recirculation pump motor. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the hot potable water recirculation pump motor is running.

3

STOP Pushbutton

4

MOTOR RUN Indicator

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1
ON

OFF

POWER AVAILABLE

2 3 4

MOTOR RUN

MANUAL AUTO

START

STOP RESET

5 6

7
Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

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Air Compressor Motor Controllers.

1

ON/OFF Breaker

This breaker turns the motor controller ON and OFF and provides circuit protection to the unit. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller.

2

POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator MANUAL/AUTO Switch

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4

This switch permits selection of operating mode. When in AUTO position, the compressor turns ON and OFF automatically depending upon the air pressure in the receivers. When in the MANUAL position, the air compressor runs continuously no matter how much air pressure is available to the receivers. This pushbutton is used to START the air compressor. This pushbutton is used to STOP the air compressor. This pushbutton is used to RESET the motor controller.

5 6 7

START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

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1

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ON

OFF

POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

2 3

START STOP

4 5

RESET

6
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Figure 7. AFFF Pump Motor Controller. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ON/OFF Breaker

This breaker turns the motor controller ON and OFF and provides circuit protection to the unit. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller.

2

POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

This pushbutton is used to START the AFFF pump. This pushbutton is used to STOP the AFFF pump. This pushbutton is used to RESET the motor controller.

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2

3

4

40

35

45 0 60 55 50

15 10 5

20 25

30

7 5

6
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Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

Air Compressor and Discharge Manifolds.

Function

1

Dipstick

The dipstick permits the operator to check the lube oil level in the air compressor crankcase. The gage indicates the lube oil pressure for the air compressor. This drain permits draining of the lube oil from the crankcase. Open these valves to bypass the air dryers.

2 3 4

Oil Pressure Gage Drain Fitting CA-89 and CA-90 COV-COMPR DISCH CA-87 and CA-88 COV-COMPR DISCH CA-93 and CA-94 MOISTURE SEP DR

5

When CLOSED, these valves secure the discharge side of the air dryers.

6

OPEN these valves to drain the air dryers. The drain sends all trapped moisture to the bilge when opened.

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7

CA-1 and CA-2 COV-COMPR DISCH

CLOSE these valves to cut off the dryers.

Table 9.

Ship's Service Air Receivers and Valves.

2 1 3 4

5

20

17, 18, 19

16

15

14

12, 13

10, 11

8, 9

6,7
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Figure 9. Ship's Service Air Receivers and Valves. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

SHIPS SERVICE AIR RCVR STARTING AIR RCVR No. 2

This receiver stores compressed air for the ship's service compressed air system (Working pressure 125 PSI [8.6 bar]). This receiver stores compressed air for the starting air system. (Working pressure 250 PSI [17.2 bar]).

2

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CA-97 Cutoff Valve, Air Compressor Regulator STARTING AIR RCVR No. 1 Pressure Gage, STARTING AIR RCVR No. 1 CA-47, STG AIR TK DR CA-50, AUTO DR CA-3, STG AIR TK OUT CA-11, STG AIR TK INL CA-4, STG AIR TK OUT CA-12, STG AIR TK INL CA-46, STG AIR TK DR CA-49, AUTO DR Pressure Gage, STARTING AIR RCVR No. 2

This valve secures the pressure to the air compressor regulator.

4

This receiver stores compressed air for the starting air system. (Working pressure 250 PSI [17.2 bar]). This gage indicates the air pressure present in starting air receiver 1. (Working pressure 250 PSI [17.2 bar]).

5

6

This valve is located below the deckplate. When OPEN, this valve drains condensation and air from starting air receiver 1. This valve prevents the automatic drain valve from operating. This valve is located near the top of the receiver. When OPEN, it discharges air from the receiver to the starting air system. This valve is located just above the deckplate. When OPEN, this valve permits compressed air from the air compressor to enter this receiver. This valve is located near the top of the receiver. When OPEN, this valve discharges air from the receiver to the starting air system. This valve is located just above the deckplate. When OPEN, this valve permits compressed air from the air compressors to enter this receiver. This valve is located below the deckplate. When OPEN this valve drains condensation and air from starting air receiver 2. This valve prevents the automatic drain valve from operating. This gage indicates the air pressure present in starting air receiver 2. (Working pressure 250 PSI [17.2]).

7 8

9

10

11

12

13 14

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CA-97 Cutoff Valve, Air Compressor Regulator Pressure Gage, SHIPS SERVICE AIR RCVR CA-48, SVCE AIR TK DR CA-51, AUTO DR

This valve secures the pressure to the air compressor regulator.

16

This gage indicates the air pressure present in the ship's service air receiver (Working pressure 125 PSI [8.6 bar]).

17

This valve is located below the deckplate. When OPEN, this valve drains condensation and air from the ship's service air receiver. This valve secures the pressure to the automatic drain valve, preventing the automatic drain valve from operating. This valve secures the pressure to the air compressor regulator.

18

19

CA-14, SVCE AIR TK OUT Discharge Valve, Ship's Service Air

20

When OPEN, this valve permits compressed air from the ship's service air receiver to supply the vessel.

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1

2

3

150 100 50 0

200

250 60 300 40 350 400 20

80

100 120 140

150 100 160 180 50 0

200

250 300 350 400

0

200

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Figure 10. Key Control/Indicator Function

Compressed Air Gage Panel.

1

AIR CPRSR #2 DISCH PRESS Gage SHIP SERVICE AIR PRESS Gage AIR CPRSR #1 DISCH PRESS Gage

This gage indicates the discharge pressure from air compressor 2.

2

This gage indicates the air pressure available for the ship's service compressed air system. This gage indicates the discharge pressure from air compressor 1.

3

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2 3
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1

4

5

6

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Figure 11. Sound Powered Telephone. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines available stations. This knob selects the station to be called.

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4 5 6

Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate

This handle is turned to call a station. This pushbutton is used to transmit. This plate lists telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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Table 12.

440 V Power Panel No. 4.

2 1 3 10 9 8 7 4 5 6

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Figure 12. 440 V Power Panel No. 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

AIR COMPRESSOR No. 1 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AIR COMPRESSOR No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for air compressor 1.

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2

AIR COMPRESSOR No. 2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AIR COMPRESSOR No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for air compressor 2.

3

SPARE. Circuit Breaker UNIT HEATER BOW THRUSTER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) UNIT HEATER BOW THRUSTER, 2-55-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides a spare circuit breaker to permit future expansion.

4

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the bow thruster compartment space heater.

5

AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 1 UNIT HEATER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 1 UNIT HEATER, 2-53-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the AMS 1 space heater.

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6

SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 1 SUPPLY FAN. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 1 SUPPLY FAN, S01-45-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides a spare circuit breaker to permit future expansion.

7

This circuit breaker provides a spare circuit breaker to permit future expansion.

8

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the AMS 1 supply fan.

9

HOT POTABLE WATER RECIRCULATION PUMP. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR HOT POTABLE WATER RECIRCULATION PUMP. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the hot potable water recirculation pump.

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10

MSD DISCH PUMP AND BLOWER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR MSD DISCHARGE PUMP AND BLOWER. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the MSD discharge pump and blower.

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1

2

60

50

40

100

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Figure 13. Key Control/Indicator Function

Space Heater.

1 2

ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch turns the space heater ON and OFF. This thermostat permits the operator to adjust the temperature in the space.

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2

0045

1

2

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Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fuel Tank Vent Overflow Indicator.

1

Overflow Indicator

When the ball floats in the sight glass the fuel tank vent is filled with fuel. This indicator indicates an overfilled tank. These valves secure flow from the fuel oil tank vent to the overflow indicator.

2

Cutoff Valve

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1

0045

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE

3 4

SLOW FAST

FAST SLOW

5 6 7

STOP

RESET

RESET

8
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Figure 15. AMS 1 Supply Fan Motor Controller. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator SLOW Indicator FAST Indicator FAST Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit protection. This indicator illuminates green to indicate that power is available to the controller.

3 4 5

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at SLOW speed. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at FAST speed. This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at FAST speed.

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SLOW Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbuttons

This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at SLOW speed. This pushbutton is used to STOP the fan motor. These pushbuttons are used to reset the motor controller.

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2

3

1

15 4 14 13 12 11 10 9 6 PORT SIDE 8 17 16 18 7 6 7 5

20 19 STARBOARD SIDE
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Figure 16. Bow Thruster Engine. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3

Oil Pressure Gage Tachometer Coolant Temperature Gage

This gage indicates the bow thruster engine's lube oil pressure. The tachometer indicates the bow thruster engine's speed. This gage indicates the bow thruster engine's coolant temperature.

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4

Switch Gage

This gage indicates the engine coolant level in the bow thruster engine expansion tank. These gages indicate the level of restriction in the fuel filter/water separators.

5

Filter Restriction Gage Discharge Valves

6

These valves control the flow of fuel oil into the fuel filter/water separators to the engine. They permit a single fuel filter/water separator to be taken offline for service while the engine is operating. These valves control the flow of fuel oil into the fuel filter/water separators from the day tank. They permit a single fuel filter/water separator to be taken offline for service while the engine is operating. The drain cocks permit water and sediment to be drained from the fuel filter/ water separator collection bowls. This valve controls the flow of fuel from the day tank to the engine's fuel system.

7

Supply Valves

8

Drain Cocks

9

Fuel Oil Supply Valve

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Function

10 11

Hand Priming Pump ON/OFF/START Switch Circuit Breakers

This pump is used to prime the engine's fuel system. This switch is used to locally start the bow thruster engine.

12

These circuit breakers provide circuit protection for the bow thruster engine junction box. Push this button IN to stop the bow thruster engine in an emergency.

13

Emergency Stop Pushbutton Fuel Pressure Gage Dipstick, Marine Gear Temperature Gage

14 15

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of the fuel pump. This dipstick indicates the lube/operating oil level in the marine gear.

16

This gage indicates the temperature of the raw water discharged from the engine's heat exchanger. This valve secures the crankcase vent flow.

17

Cutoff Valve, Crankcase Vent Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater

18

These valves secure the flow of engine coolant through the jacket water heater.

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Function

19 20

Dipstick, Engine Asw-21 S.W. FR. BOW THRUSTER ENG. TO OVB'D DISCHARGE

This dipstick indicates the lube oil level in the bow thruster engine sump. This valve secures the flow of raw water from the engine.

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Table 17.

Compressed Air Piping, Forward Bulkhead.
6 7 8 9

2
150 100 50 0 200 250 60 300 40 350 400 20 0 160 180 200 50 0 350 400 80 100 120 140 100 300 150 200 250

3 1

4

5 TO PUMP DRIVE ENGINE

TO BOW THRUSTER ENGINE 11 10

12

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Figure 17. Compressed Air Piping, Forward Bulkhead. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

CA-41, BYP RDC STA CA-40, SVCE AIR TK INL Pressure Regulator

This valve permits compressed air to bypass the ship's service air regulator.

2

This valve isolates the ship's service air regulator.

3

This pressure regulator regulates the pressure of the compressed air entering the ship's service air receiver. This valve secures the starting air to the bow thruster engine starter.

4

CA-5, STG AIR TO BOW THRUSTER ENG Valve Regulator, Bow Thruster Engine Starting Air

5

This regulator regulates the pressure of the compressed air supplied to the bow thruster engine starter.

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6

Bow Thruster Shaft Brake Control Valve BOW THRUSTER ENG STG AIR PRESS Gage PUMP DR ENG STG AIR PRESS Gage FIRE MAIN PRESS Gage Regulator, Pump Drive Engine Starting Air CA-6, STG AIR TO PMP DR ENG Valve CA-39, SVCE AIR TK INL

This valve is pulled UP to apply the bow thruster shaft brake.

7

This gage indicates the starting air pressure available to the bow thruster engine.

8

This gage indicates the starting air pressure available to the pump drive engine.

9

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of the diesel engine-driven fire pump. This regulator regulates the pressure of the compressed air supplied to the pump drive engine starter.

10

11

This valve secures the starting air to the pump drive engine starter.

12

This valve isolates the ship's service air regulator.

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1

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Pump Drive Engine.
2 3 4 5 6 7

17 8

9

16 15 14 STARBOARD SIDE 13 12 11 10

19 18

22

PORT SIDE

21

20
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Figure 18. Key Control/Indicator Function

Pump Drive Engine.

1

Hand Throttle

The hand throttle permits local control of the engine's operating speed.

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2

Lube Oil Pressure Gage Tachometer Coolant Temperature Gage Emergency Stop Pushbutton Circuit Breakers Switch Gage

This gage indicates the engine lube oil pressure.

3 4

The tachometer indicates the engine speed. This gage indicates the engine coolant temperature.

5

This pushbutton is used to STOP the engine in an emergency.

6 7

These circuit breakers provide circuit protection for the engine's control panel. This gage indicates the engine coolant level in the pump drive engine expansion tank. This switch permits local starting and stopping of the engine.

8

ON/OFF/START Switch Filter Restriction Gages

9

These gages indicate the level of restriction in the fuel filter/water separators.

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10

Discharge Valves

These valves control the flow of fuel oil from the fuel filter/water separators to the engine. They permit a single fuel filter/water separator to be taken offline for service while the engine is operating. These valves control the flow of fuel oil into the fuel filter/water separators from the day tank. They permit a single fuel filter/water separator to be taken offline for service while the engine is operating. The drain cocks permit water and sediment to be drained from the fuel filter/ water separator collection bowls. This pump is used to prime the engine's fuel system. This valve controls the flow of fuel oil from the day tank to the engine's fuel system. This gage indicates the discharge pressure of the fuel pump. This valve starts the pump drive engine when pushed. This lever is used to engage and disengage the Power Take-Off (PTO) that drives the diesel engine-driven fire pump. This gage indicates the temperature of the raw water discharged from the engine's heat exchanger. This valve secures the flow of engine coolant through the jacket water heater.

11

Supply Valves

12

Drain Cocks

13 14

Hand Priming Pump Fuel Oil Supply Valve Fuel Pressure Gage Engine Start Valve PTO Lever

15 16 17

18

Temperature Gage

19

Cutoff Valve, Jacket Water Heater

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20

Asw-19, S.W. TO PUMP DRIVE ENG Valve Cutoff Valve, Raw Water Discharge Asw-20, S.W. FR PUMP DRIVE ENG. TO OVB'D DISCHARGE Valve

This valve secures the flow of raw water into the engine.

21

This valve secures the flow of raw water from the engine.

22

This valve secures the flow of raw water from the engine.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Towing Machine Hydraulic System.
6 7 8 3 1 2 4 5 9

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10

12

FWD 13 14 15 11

17 PORT DETAIL A ON FORWARD BULKHEAD

16

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Figure 19. Key Control/Indicator Function

Towing Machine Hydraulic System.

1

CH-26, DRN CUTOUT TOW WN HYDR Valve

This valve cuts out drain flow to the towing machine hydraulic reservoir from the central hydraulic system.

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2

Filter Restriction Gage Pump Output Pressure Gage Load Sense Pressure Gage Unloading Pressure Gage TH-4, DRAIN CRSVR. TO CENT. HYD Valve TH-3, RETURN CRSVR. TO CENT. HYD Valve CH-27 RTN CUTOUT TOW WN HYDR Valve

This gage indicates the condition of the return filter. GREEN indicates a good filter and RED indicates a need to change the filter. This gage indicates the hydraulic pump output pressure.

3

4

This gage indicates the load sense pressure in the system.

5

This gage indicates the unloading pressure of the pump.

6

This valve secures the drain crossover line between the towing machine hydraulic and central hydraulic system.

7

This valve secures the return crossover line between the towing machine hydraulic and central hydraulic systems.

8

This valve cuts out the return line to the towing machine hydraulic reservoir from the central hydraulic system.

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9

GS-75, TOW WN HYD OIL CLR SPLY Valve Fill Connector

This valve secures the flow of raw water into the towing machine hydraulic oil cooler.

10

This connector permits pressurized filling of the towing machine hydraulic reservoir though a hydraulic oil filter. This valve secures the flow of raw water out of the towing machine hydraulic oil cooler. This sight glass indicates the hydraulic oil level in the towing machine hydraulic reservoir. When OPEN, this valve permits the towing machine hydraulic system to power the central hydraulic system's components.

11

GS-77, HYD OIL CLR DISCH Valve Sight Glass

12

13

TH-2, PRESS CRSVR CTL HYDR TOW WN HYDR Valve TH-13, FLOW CONTROL Valve TH-14, FLOW CONTROL Valve

14

This valve secures the pressure to the hydraulic pressure gage.

15

When OPEN, this valve permits the towing machine hydraulic pump to draw suction from the towing machine hydraulic reservoir.

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16

TH-1, C.O.V-PMP DISCH. TO TOW WN HYD Valve TH-12, FLOW CONTROL Valve

This valve secures the discharge line from the towing machine hydraulic pump to the towing machine hydraulic system.

17

This valve secures the pressure to the pump output pressure gage.

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Table 20. Raw Water Duplex Strainer.

1

2

3

1
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Figure 20. Key Control/Indicator Function

Raw Water Duplex Strainer.

1

Cutoff Valve, Differential Pressure Gage Locking Handle Selector Handle

These valves secure the flow of pressure to the strainer differential pressure gages.

2 3

This handle locks the selector handle in the desired position. This handle permits the operator to select the online strainer, leaving the other strainer offline for service.

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Table 21.

PA Speaker and Volume Control.

2

1

1
5

2 3 4

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Figure 21. Key Control/Indicator Function

PA Speaker and Volume Control.

1 2

Loudspeaker Volume Control

The loudspeaker broadcasts the PA system. This control controls the volume of the loudspeaker.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 22. Marine Sanitation Device (MSD).
FROM WATER CLOSETS

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4

5

1

2
OVERBOARD

3 16

15

6 7

FROM WATER CLOSETS

15

20 25

14

10 5 0 30

8

9

10

11
TO SEWAGE HOLDING TANK

13 12
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Figure 22. Marine Sanitation Device (MSD). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

CA-80, COV-LP AIR Valve

This valve secures the ship's service low pressure air.

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Function

2

SD-3, SEWAGE DRAIN TO HOLDING TANK Valve POTW ISOLATION Valve SD-2, SEWAGE OVERBOARD DISCHARGE Valve SD-13, SEWAGE OVERBOARD DISCHARGE Valve CA-81, LP AIR SHUTOFF Valve MSD-3, POTW FILL TO MSD ISLN Valve SD-1, SEWAGE INLET TO MSD Valve MSD-6, BLOWER DISCH TO AIR SCOURING SOV Valve MSD-8, MEDIA TANK PUMP-OUT DR Valve MSD-9, MEDIA TANK DRAIN Valve

This valve allows sewage to go directly to the sewage holding tank when OPENED.

3

OPEN this valve to allow potable water to the MSD potable water fill valve.

4

OPEN this valve to allow sewage to the overboard discharge.

5

This valve, when OPENED, allows sewage to be discharged overboard.

6

This valve, when CLOSED, stops the ship's service compressed air from entering the MSD system. This valve, when OPENED, permits potable water to fill the media tank.

7

8

This valve, when OPENED, permits sewage to enter the MSD.

9

OPEN this valve to air scour the MSD media tank.

10

OPEN this valve to pump out the MSD media tank.

11

OPEN this valve to drain the media tank to the sewage holding tank.

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Function

12

MSD-10, WET WELL DISCHARGE Valve MSD-11, WET WELL SAMPLE Valve MSD-5, BLOWER DISCHARGE SHUTOFF Valve CA-83, PRV SET AT 2 PSIG Valve CA-83, LP AIR HOSE SHUTOFF Valve

OPEN this valve to allow effluent to the MSD discharge pump.

13

This valve, when OPENED, permits samples to be taken from the wet well.

14

This valve, when CLOSED, isolates the blower from the media tank.

15

This valve regulates the amount of air pressure entering the media tank from the ship's service low pressure air. This valve, when CLOSED, isolates the ship's service low pressure air.

16

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS AMS 2

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 2 General Arrangement.

0046

1 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36

2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10

11

12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 35 34 33 32 31
FWD

28

30

29
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Figure 1. Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 2 General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Bilge and Ballast Gage Panel

This gage panel monitors the system pressures for the bilge and ballast pump system. See Figure 2 for details.

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Control/Indicator

2

Cutoff Valve, Bilge Overboard Discharge FM-31 OVBD DISCH Valve Tank Level Indicators (TLI), Ballast Tanks Bilge and Ballast Pump 2 Bilge and Ballast Pump 1 Fire and GS Pump 2

This valve controls the overboard discharge of bilge liquid.

3

This valve controls the overboard discharge from the fire and General Service (GS) pumps. These indicators indicate the level of the vessel's three ballast tanks. See Figure 3 for details.

4

5

This pump pumps liquid from the bilges and fills/drains the ballast tanks. See Figure 4 for details, including associated valves. This pump pumps liquid from the bilges and fills/drains the ballast tanks. See Figure 4 for details, including associated valves. This pump pumps raw water to the fire main and to the GS water system. See Figure 5 for details, including associated valves. This pump pumps raw water to the fire main and to the GS water system. See Figure 5 for details, including associated valves. The brominator purifies potable water. This strainer removes contaminants from the ballast suction stream. See Figure 6 for details. This manifold contains valves to control the flow of raw water to and from the ballast tanks. See Figure 7 for details. This unit purifies raw water to potable water for use aboard the vessel. See Figure 8 for details.

6

7

8

Fire and GS Pump 1

9 10

Brominator Duplex Strainer, Ballast Suction Ballast Manifold

11

12

Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit (ROWPU) 440 V Power Panel No. 5

13

This power panel houses circuit breakers for many of the components in AMS 2. See Figure 15 for details.

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Control/Indicator

14

OB-19 HOSE CONN.-OILY BILGE SUCT PA SYSTEM SPEAKER Volume Control General Alarm Bell FM-200 Beacon GENERAL ALARM ROTARY BEACON FM-200 Fire Suppression System CA-19 AIR TOOL CONN Valve Potable Water Gage Panel Potable Water Hydropneumatic Tank Discharge Delay Cylinder CO 2 Cylinder

This valve controls the flow from the hose connection to the oily bilge system.

15

These provide communication into the space from the Public Address (PA) system. See Figure 16 for details.

16 17 18

This bell sounds when a general alarm condition has been set. This beacon flashes to indicate that the FM-200 has been actuated. This red beacon rotates when the general alarm bell sounds.

19

These cylinders contain the FM-200 fire suppression agent. See Figure 17 for details including associated valves.

20

This valve provides an air connection for air powered tools.

21

This panel provides gages and indicators for the potable water system. See Figure 27 for details. This tank maintains stable pressure for the potable water system. See Figure 18 for details.

22

23

This cylinder enables a 60-second delay between actuation of the FM-200 System and release of the suppression agent. This cylinder contains the CO 2 gas that actuates the FM-200 System. See Figure 17 for details. The emergency steering station permits steering of the vessel in the event of a main steering system failure. See Figure 19 for details.

24

25

Emergency Steering Station

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Control/Indicator

26

STEERING SYSTEMS STBD STARTER (above) and STEERING SYSTEMS PORT STARTER (below) Steering System Power Pack 2 Steering System Power Pack 1 Sound Powered Telephone GS-32 GS OVBD DISCH Valve Drill Press

These motor controllers control the motors for the steering system power packs. See Figure 20 for details.

27

This power pack provides hydraulic power to operate the steering system. See Figure 20 for details. This power pack provides hydraulic power to operate the steering system. See Figure 20 for details. The sound powered telephone provides communication with the rest of the vessel. See Figure 21 for details. This valve controls the overboard discharge of GS water.

28

29

30

31

The drill press permits maintenance personnel to drill holes. See Figure 22 for details. The welder permits maintenance personnel to weld metals. See Figure 23 for details. The space heater heats the workshop area. See Figure 24 for details. The capstan hydraulic motor turns the capstan when the hydraulic motor is applied. The isolation valves isolate the capstan from the central hydraulic system. The bench grinder permits personnel to grind metals. See Figure 26 for details. This controller turns ON and OFF the exhaust fan in the workshop. See Figure 25 for details. This motor controller turns ON and OFF potable water pump 1. See Figure 28 for details.

32

Welder

33 34

Space Heater Capstan Hydraulic Motor and Isolation Valves (Above) Bench Grinder EXHAUST FAN CONTROLLER #1 POTABLE WATER PUMP Motor Controller

35 36

37

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Control/Indicator

38

#1 POTABLE WATER PUMP Motor Controller FM-200 Cylinders

This motor controller turns ON and OFF potable water pump 2. See Figure 28 for details.

39

These cylinders contain FM-200 agent for the bilge system. See Figure 17 for details. This pump pressurizes and pumps potable water for use aboard the vessel. See Figure 29 for details, including associated valves. This pump pressurizes and pumps potable water for use aboard the vessel. See Figure 29 for details, including associated valves. The sight glass indicates the level of the starboard potable water tank. See Figure 30 for details.

40

Potable Water Pump 1 Potable Water Pump 2 Sight Glass, Starboard Potable Water Tank Air Conditioner Condensing Units Sight Glass, Port Potable Water Tank Refrigeration Condensing Units Eductor and Stern Tube Pressure Gages #1 FIRE AND GENERAL SERVICE PUMP (EMERGENCY) Motor Controller Fire and GS Pump Gage Panel

41

42

43

These units compress and condense refrigerant for use in the air conditioning systems aboard the vessel. See Figures 31 and 32 for details. The sight glass indicates the level of the port potable water tank. See Figure 30 for details. These units compress and condense refrigerant for use in the refrigeration units aboard the vessel. See Figures 31 and 32 for details. These gages indicate the pressure for the stern tube seals and the eductor. See Figure 33 for details.

44

45

46

47

This motor controller controls the operation of fire and GS pump 1. See Figure 34 for details including related valves.

48

This panel indicates the fire and GS systems' operating pressures. See Figure 34 for details.

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Control/Indicator

49

#2 FIRE AND GENERAL SERVICE PUMP (EMERGENCY) Motor Controller Bilge Manifold

This motor controller controls the operation of fire and GS pump 2. See Figure 34 for details including related valves.

50

The bilge manifold contains valves to control the flow of liquid from the bilge spaces. See Figure 35 for details. This motor controller controls bilge and ballast pump 1. See Figure 28 for details.

51

#1 BILGE AND BALLAST PUMP (EMERGENCY) Motor Controller #2 BILGE AND BALLAST PUMP (EMERGENCY) Motor Controller

52

This motor controller controls bilge and ballast pump 2. See Figure 28 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2.
1

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Bilge and Ballast Gage Panel.
2

40 50 60 40 50 60 30 20 10 0 70 80 90 100 30 20 10 0

70 80 90 100

0 0 10 20 30 5 10 15 20 25 0 20 30 10

5

10 15 20 25 0

4

3

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Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Bilge and Ballast Gage Panel.

1

BILGE/BALLAST PMP #1 DISCH PRESS Gage BILGE/BALLAST PMP #1 DISCH PRESS Gage BALLAST SUCT STR DIFF PRESS Gage BILGE SUCT STR DIFF PRESS Gage

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of bilge and ballast pump 1.

2

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of bilge and ballast pump 2.

3

This gage indicates the differential pressure across the ballast suction strainer.

4

This gage indicates the differential pressure across the bilge suction strainer.

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1

2

3

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Figure 3. Tank Level Indicators (TLI), Ballast Tanks. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

TLI Ballast Tank 1 TLI Ballast Tank 2 Stbd TLI Ballast Tank 2 Port

This TLI indicates the liquid level in ballast tank 1. This TLI indicates the liquid level in ballast tank 2 starboard.

3

This TLI indicates the liquid level in ballast tank 2 port.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Bilge and Ballast Pumps and Valves.
1 2 3 4 5

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6 7 8

16

9

10 15 14 13 12 FWD 11
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Figure 4. Bilge and Ballast Pumps and Valves. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Cutoff Valve for BILGE/BALLAST PMP #2 DISCH PRESS Gage BB-29, B/B PMP No. 1 BILGE SUCT. Valve BB-32, B/B PMP No. 2 OVBD DISCH Valve BB-33, B/B PMP. No. 2 BLST TO MANF. Valve

This valve secures pressure to the bilge and ballast pump 2 discharge pressure gage.

2

This valve controls the bilge suction to bilge and ballast pump 1.

3

This valve controls the overboard discharge from bilge and ballast pump 2.

4

This valve controls the flow from bilge and ballast pump 2 to the ballast manifold.

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5

Cutoff Valve for BILGE SUCT STR DIFF PRESS Gage BB-27, B/B PMP. No. 2 BLST. SUCT Valve BB-30, B/B PMP. No. 2 BILGE SUCT Valve BB-28, BILGEENG. RM. EMER SUCT. Valve BB-56, BILGE SYS PRM EDUCTOR DISCH Valve BB-26, B/B PMP No. 1 BLST. SUCT Valve BB-35, B/B PMP No. 1 BLST. TO MANF Valve BB-34, B/B PMP No. 1 OVBD DISCH. Valve Cutoff Valve for BILGE/BALLAST PMP #1 DISCH PRESS Gage Bilge Strainer

This valve secures the pressure to the bilge suction strainer differential pressure gage.

6

This valve controls the ballast suction to bilge and ballast pump 2.

7

This valve controls the bilge suction to bilge and ballast pump 2.

8

This valve controls the suction from the engine room bilge.

9

This valve controls discharge to the bilge system priming eductor.

10

This valve controls the ballast suction to bilge and ballast pump 1.

11

This valve controls the flow from bilge and ballast pump 1 to the ballast manifold.

12

This valve controls the overboard discharge from bilge and ballast pump 1.

13

This valve secures pressure to the bilge and ballast pump 1 discharge pressure gage.

14

This strainer removes contaminants from the bilge suction stream.

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15

Cutoff Valve, Bilge Strainer Restriction Gage Bilge Strainer Restriction Gage

This valve secures the pressure to the bilge strainer restriction gage.

16

This gage indicates the restriction of the bilge strainer.

Table 5. Fire and GS Pumps and Valves.
1 2 3 4 5
FWD

F/GS Pump 2

F/GS Pump 1

12 13

TO GAGE

6 14
FIRE & GENERAL SERVICE PUMP 2 FIRE & GENERAL SERVICE PUMP 1

7 8
FIRE & GENERAL SERVICE PUMP 2 FIRE & GENERAL SERVICE PUMP 1

15 16 17

11 LOOKING TO PORT

10 9
DECK LEVEL

20

19 LOOKING TO STBD

18
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Figure 5. Fire and GS Pumps and Valves. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

FM-14 FIRE/G.S. PMP No. 2 DISCH TO FM Valve FM-92 Cutoff Valve, Fire/GS Pump 2 Discharge Pressure Gage

This valve controls the discharge from fire and GS pump 2 to the fire main.

2

This valve secures the pressure to the fire and GS pump 2 discharge pressure gage.

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Function

3

FM-10 GENL SERV PRESS RED VLV MAN BYPASS Valve FM-9 GENL SERV PRESS RED VLV CO Valve FM-16 FIRE/G.S. PMP No. 1 DISCH TO FM Valve FM-8 EMG BILGE OVBD Valve FM-93 Cutoff Valve, Fire/GS Pump 1 Discharge Pressure Gage FM-17 FIRE/G.S. PMP No. 1 DISCH TO G.S. Valve High Level Raw Water COV 1 High Level Raw Water COV 2 FM-15 FIRE/G.S. PMP No. 2 DISCH TO G.S. Valve GS System Pressure Reducing Valve

When OPEN, this valve permits bypassing of the GS system's pressure reducing valve.

4

When OPEN, this valve permits GS water to enter the GS system's pressure reducing valve.

5

This valve controls the discharge from fire and GS pump 1 to the fire main.

6

When OPEN, this valve permits bilge and ballast pump 1 to discharge overboard. This valve secures the pressure to the fire and GS pump 1 discharge pressure gage.

7

8

This valve controls the discharge from fire and GS pump 1 to the GS system.

9

This valve controls the intake of raw water.

10

This valve controls the intake of raw water.

11

This valve controls the discharge from fire and GS pump 2 to the GS system.

12

This valve reduces fire main pressure to GS pressure.

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Function

13

GS-12 GENL SERV PRESS RED VLV CO Valve GS Temperature Gage Cutoff Valve, GS Pressure Gage Discharge Pressure Gage, Fire/GS Pump 2 Discharge Pressure Gage, Fire/GS Pump 1 FM-7 FIRE/GS PMP No. 1 SUCT Valve FM-7 FIRE/GS PMP No. 2 SUCT Valve Sea Chest Cross Connect COV

When OPEN, this valve permits GS water to be discharged from the GS pressure reducing valve.

14

This gage indicates the temperature of the water entering the GS system.

15

This valve secures the pressure to the GS pressure gage.

16

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of fire and GS pump 2.

17

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of fire and GS pump 1.

18

This valve secures the suction into fire and GS pump 1.

19

This valve secures the suction into fire and GS pump 2.

20

This valve connects to the sea chest.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Duplex Strainer, Ballast Suction.

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1

2

3

1
O0113T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Duplex Strainer, Ballast Suction.

1

Cutoff Valves, Differential Pressure Gage Locking Handle Selector Handle

These valves secure the pressure to the strainer differential pressure gage.

2 3

This handle locks the selector handle in the desired position. This handle permits the operator to select the online strainer, leaving the other strainer offline for service.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Ballast Manifold.

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1

2

3

7

6

5

4
O0114T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function

Ballast Manifold.

1

BB-49, BLST TK No. 1 FILL Valve BB-47, BLST TK No 2P FILL Valve BB-45, BLST TK No. 2S FILL Valve BB-46, BLST TK No. 2S SUCT Valve

When OPEN, this valve permits filling of ballast tank 1.

2

When OPEN, this valve permits filling of ballast tank 2 port.

3

When OPEN, this valve permits filling of ballast tank 2 starboard.

4

When OPEN, this valve permits emptying of ballast tank 2 starboard.

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5

BB-48, BLST TK No. 2P SUCT Valve BB-50, BLST TK No. 1 SUCT Valve BB-25, BLST MANF TO PMPS OUTLT Valve

When OPEN, this valve permits emptying of ballast tank 2 port.

6

When OPEN, this valve permits emptying of ballast tank 1.

7

When OPEN, this valve permits the ballast pumps to supply water to the ballast manifold for filling of the ballast tank(s).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit (ROWPU).
2 3 4 5 6 7

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8 9 1 10 11

28 27 26 25, 24, 23 22

Figure 8. Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Unit (ROWPU). Key Control/Indicator Function

#2 #2 #1 #1

#2 #2 #1 #1

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

21

20
O0115T73

1

RO-V-9, ROWPU Auxiliary Fresh Water Pressure Pump Supply Valve RO-PG-1-1, ROWPU 1 20-Micron Filter Outlet/5-Micron Filter Inlet Pressure Gage

This valve controls the fresh water supplied for ROWPU flushing during maintenance cycles.

2

This gage indicates pressure at the 5-micron filter inlet for ROWPU 1. It is used with the high pressure pump inlet pressure gage to determine differential pressure across the 5-micron filter. See Figure 9 for details.

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Control/Indicator

3

RO-PG-2-1, ROWPU 2 20-Micron Filter Outlet/5-Micron Filter Inlet Pressure Gage PW-37, BROMINATOR OUTLET Valve PW-36, BYPASSBROMINATOR Valve PW-38, BROMINATOR OUTLET Valve PW-84, POT. WTR. TO BROMINATOR Valve RO-V-7, Backflow Preventer Inlet Valve RO-V-6, Backflow Preventer Discharge Valve ROWPU 2 Flow Control Panel

This gage indicates pressure at the 5-micron filter inlet for ROWPU 2. It is used with the high pressure pump inlet pressure gage to determine differential pressure across the 5-micron filter. See Figure 9 for details.

4

This valve controls the flow of potable water into the brominator.

5

This valve is OPEN to bypass the brominator.

6

This valve controls the discharge flow from the brominator.

7

This valve is OPEN to permit the vessel's potable water to circulate through the brominator.

8

This valve controls the flow of potable water into the backflow preventer.

9

This valve controls the flow of potable water out of the backflow preventer.

10

This panel contains the gages needed to monitor the quantity and quality of product water and the means to control overall system pressure for ROWPU 2. See Figure 10 for details. This valve controls the flow of product water discharge from the ROWPUs.

11

RO-V-8, Product Water Discharge Valve

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Control/Indicator

12

RO-V-2-2, ROWPU 2 Brine Discharge Valve RO-V-1-2, ROWPU 1 Brine Discharge Valve ROWPU 2 System Controller

This valve controls the brine discharge from ROWPU 2.

13

This valve controls the brine discharge from ROWPU 1.

14

The system controller monitors the salt content of the product water by means of the salinity probe, and signals the 3-way diverter valve when potable water is being produced. The 3-way diverter valve and pump motors are all directly connected to and governed by the system controller. See Figure 11 for details. This panel contains the gages needed to monitor the quantity and quality of product water and the means to control overall system pressure for ROWPU 1. See Figure 10 for details. The gages indicate pressure in the media filter, and the valves control the flow of water in and out of the media filter for maintenance and operational purposes. See Figure 12 for details. This valve permits the operator to purge the filtered contents of the media filter overboard if it becomes clogged. See Figure 13 for details.

15

ROWPU 1 Flow Control Panel

16

Media Filter Gages and Valves

17

RO-V-10, Media Filter Backflush Discharge Valve RO-V-11, Media Filter Drain Valve RO-V-2, Media Filter Supply Valve RO-V-3, Media Filter Discharge Valve RO-V-4, Media Filter Bypass Valve 440 V Power Panel No. 5

18

OPEN this valve to drain the media filter.

19

This valve controls the flow of raw water into the media filter. See Figure 13 for details. This valve controls the flow of filtered raw water out of the media filter. This valve is OPEN during normal ROWPU operation. See Figure 13 for details.

20

21

This valve permits the operator to bypass the media filter during ROWPU operation and maintenance. See Figure 13 for details. This panel provides 440 V AC to the ROWPU system. See Figure 15 for details.

22

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Control/Indicator

23

RO-V-1-1, ROWPU 1 Inlet Sea Water Supply Valve RO-V-5, ROWPU Cleaning Supply Valve RO-V-2-1, ROWPU 2 Inlet Sea Water Supply Valve RO-PG-1, ROWPU GS Pressure Gage RO-V-1, Main Sea Water Supply Valve ROWPU 1 System Controller

This valve controls the flow of raw water from the media filter into the 20-micron filter basket for ROWPU 1. See Figure 9 for details.

24

This valve permits the operator to pump cleaning solution and chemicals through the ROWPU during maintenance cycles. See Figure 9 for details.

25

This valve controls the flow of raw water from the media filter into the 20-micron filter basket for ROWPU 2. See Figure 9 for details.

26

This gage indicates raw water pressure into the ROWPU system.

27

This valve controls the flow of raw water into the ROWPU system.

28

The controller monitors the salt content of the product water by means of the salinity probe, and signals the 3-way diverter valve when potable water is being produced. The 3-way diverter valve when potable water is being produced. The 3-way diverter valve and pump motors are all directly connected to, and governed by, the system controller. See Figure 11 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9.
1

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Filtration System Valves and Gages.

2

3

4
O116T73

Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator

Filtration System Valves and Gages.

Function

1

RO-PG-1-1 (RO-PG-2-1) ROWPU 1 (2) 5-Micron Filter Inlet Pressure Gages RO-V-2-1 ROWPU 2 Inlet Sea Water Supply Valve

These gages indicate pressure at the 5-micron filter inlet. They are used with the high pressure pump inlet pressure gage to determine differential pressure across the 5-micron filter.

2

This valve controls the flow of raw water into the ROWPU 2 20-micron filter basket.

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3

RO-V-5 ROWPU Cleaning Supply Valve RO-V-1-1 ROWPU 1 Inlet Sea Water Supply Valve

The cleaning supply valve controls the introduction of chemical cleaning and flushing solutions into the ROWPU during maintenance periods.

4

This valve controls the flow of raw water into the ROWPU 1 20-micron filter basket.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10.
1

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Flow Control Panel Indicators and Controls.
2 3

BRINE DISCHARGE PRESSURE 0-25 PSI

HIGH PRESSURE PUMP INLET 15-50 PSI

SYSTEM OPERATION PRESSURE 800-900 PSI

REASE INC
PRODUCT WATER OUTPUT PRESSURE 0-25 PSI BRINE PRODUCT

4

SYSTEM HIGH PRESSURE REGULATOR

7

6

5
O0117T73

Figure 10. Flow Control Panel Indicators and Controls. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

BRINE DISCHARGE PRESSURE Gage HIGH PRESSURE PUMP INLETPRESSURE Gage SYSTEM OPERATION PRESSURE Gage

This gage indicates the pressure in the brine discharge header.

2

This gage indicates the pressure at the high pressure pump inlet. It is used in combination with the 5-micron filter inlet pressure gage to determine differential pressure across the 5-micron filter. This gage indicates the output pressure of the high pressure pump.

3

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4

SYSTEM HIGH PRESSURE REGULATOR Valve PRODUCT Flow Meter BRINE Flow Meter

This valve controls the operating pressure in the ROWPU. Turn the valve clockwise to increase system pressure, and turn it counterclockwise to decrease the system pressure. This flow meter indicates product water flow in GPH. It also provides an indication of the water quality being produced. This flow meter indicates the amount of brine that the ROWPU is expelling overboard. This gage indicates the pressure present in the product water line.

5

6

7

PRODUCT WATER OUTPUT PRESSURE Gage

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11.
1 2 3

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System Controller.
4

18 17 16 15

System Controller

System Off Fresh Flush Feed Pump Booster Pump Service Pump System On

Low Pressure High Pressure Auxiliary #1 Auxiliary #2

5 6 7 8 9

START

BOOST PUMP

FEED PUMP

FAULT RESET

FRESH FLUSH

STOP

14 13
HOURS

10
1/10

11

12
O0118T73

Figure 11. Key Control/Indicator Function

System Controller.

1

SYSTEM OFF Light Emitting Diode (LED) Salinity Meter

This LED indicates that no pumps or controlled processes are running, but power is available to the ROWPU.

2

The salinity meter indicates product water salinity. The meter displays its increasing values left to right, and each lit LED indicates a value of 100 ppm. The first three LEDs are green, followed by six yellow, and a single red. The service pump fault LED illuminates when 500 hours have elapsed and scheduled pump service is due. This LED illuminates to indicate that the ROWPU Fresh Water Flush (FWF) cycle is in progress.

3

SERVICE PUMP LED FRESH FLUSH LED

4

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5

LOW PRESSURE LED HIGH PRESSURE LED AUXILIARY #1 LED

This LED illuminates to indicate that the ROWPU has shut down due to low raw water pressure at the high pressure pump inlet. This LED illuminates to indicate that the ROWPU has shut down due to excessive operating system pressure. This LED illuminates to indicate that the high pressure pump has shut down due to excessive internal temperature. This LED is not used on the vessel. This switch is pressed to halt the current operation and to shut down the ROWPU during normal operation or in an emergency. This switch is pressed to begin the FWF cycle during maintenance.

6

7

8 9

AUXILIARY #2 LED STOP Switch

10

FRESH FLUSH Switch FAULT RESET Switch Hour Meter

11

This switch is pressed to reset the system fault that automatically shuts down the ROWPU. This meter registers the total operating hours of the system, and it assists the operator in following a regular scheduled maintenance program. This switch is not used on the vessel. This switch is not used on the vessel.

12

13 14

FEED PUMP Switch BOOST PUMP Switch START Switch

15

This switch is pressed to provide power to the high pressure pump and to begin normal operation of the ROWPU.

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16

SYSTEM ON LED

This LED illuminates to indicate that the ROWPU is operating normally or that a controlled process is in progress. This LED illuminates to indicate that the high pressure pump is running.

17

BOOSTER PUMP LED FEED PUMP LED

18

This LED is not used on the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 12.

Media Filter Gages and Valves.

1

2

3

MEDIA FILTER MODES & VALVE POSITIONS OPERATIONAL MODES
(BOOSTER PUMP AND HIGH PRESSURE PUMP RUNNING) NORMAL BYPASS

3

MAINTENANCE MODES
(BOOSTER PUMP ONLY) BACKWASH RINSE

3

O0119T73

Figure 12. Key Control/Indicator Function

Media Filter Gages and Valves.

1

Media Filter INLET PRESSURE Gage Media Filter OUTLET PRESSURE Gage Media Filter Maintenance Manifold Valves

This gage indicates media filter inlet pressure.

2

This gage indicates media filter outlet pressure.

3

These valves allow the operator to control the various maintenance cycles associated with the media filter.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 13.

Media Filter Valve Locations.

2 1

4

3

O0120T73

Figure 13. Media Filter Valve Locations. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

RO-V-3, Media Filter Discharge Valve RO-V-10, Media Filter Backflush Discharge Valve RO-V-4, Media Filter Bypass Valve RO-V-2, Media Filter Supply Valve

This valve allows filtered raw water to exit the media filter. This valve is OPEN during normal ROWPU operation.

2

This valve allows the operator to purge the filtered contents of the media filter overboard if it becomes clogged.

3

This valve permits the operator to bypass the media filter during ROWPU operation. This valve allows raw water to enter the media filter.

4

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 14. 24 V DC Control Panel.

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1

2

4

3

O0121T73

Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator Function

24 V DC Control Panel.

1 2

Voltmeter RO #2 Circuit Breaker RO #1 Circuit Breaker FWF PUMP Circuit Breaker

This meter indicates the voltage available to the 24 V DC control panel. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection and control for ROWPU 2 24 V DC circuits. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection and control for ROWPU 1 24 V DC circuits. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection and control for the FWF pump.

3

4

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. 440 V Power Panel No. 5.

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2 1 3 13 12 11 10 9 8 4 5 6 7

O0122T73

Figure 15. 440 V Power Panel No. 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

UNIT HEATER. (AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 2). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 2 UNIT HEATER, 2-15-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the space heater in AMS 2.

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Function

2

POTABLE WATER PUMP No. 1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR POTABLE WATER PUMP No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, potable water pump 1.

3

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER MAKER No. 1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER MAKER No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the water purification unit.

4

WELDING MACHINE Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) WELDING MACHINE (WORKSHOP) Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the welding machine.

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Function

5

AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, air conditioning refrigeration plant 2.

6

STORE REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR STORE REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, store refrigeration plant 2.

7

SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker is a spare provided for expansion.

8

This circuit breaker is a spare provided for expansion.

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Function

9

TOWING GEAR LOCKER UNIT HEATER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) TOWING GEAR LOCKER UNIT HEATER, 2-8-1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the space heater in the towing gear locker.

10

STORE REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 1./ FREEZE BOX DEFROST HEATER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR STORE REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 1/ FREEZE BOX DEFROST HEATER Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, store refrigeration plant 1 and the freeze box defrost heater.

11

AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION PLANT No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, air conditioning refrigeration plant 1.

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Function

12

REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER MAKER No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER MAKER No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, the water purification unit.

13

POTABLE WATER PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR POTABLE WATER PUMP No. 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides control of, and protection for, potable water pump 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 16. PA System Speaker and Volume Control.

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2 1

1 2 3 4 5

O0123T73

Figure 16. Key Control/Indicator

PA System Speaker and Volume Control.

Function

1 2

Loudspeaker Volume Control

The loudspeaker broadcasts the PA system. This control controls the volume of the loudspeaker.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 17. FM-200 Fire Suppression System.

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1

2

3

9

9 6 4

7 8 8

5

O0124T73

Figure 17. FM-200 Fire Suppression System. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Manual/Pressure Operated Control Head Discharge Delay Valve Pressure Activated Switches

This control head permits both manual and pressure actuation of the discharge delay valve.

2

When CLOSED, the 60-second delay is active. When OPEN, the 60-second delay is overridden. When the FM-200 system is actuated, these switches automatically secure the engine room and AMS 1 ventilation, Ship's Service Diesel Generator (SSDG) 1, SSDG 2, the bow thruster engine, the pump drive engine, the fuel transfer pumps, and activate the warning horns and amber strobe lights. This valve controls the discharge of CO 2 gas from the CO 2 cylinder.

3

4

CO 2 Discharge Valve CO 2 Cylinder

5

This cylinder stores the CO 2 gas that controls actuation of the FM-200 system.

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Function

6

Cable Operated Control Head Discharge Delay Cylinder FM-200 Cylinders

When the release T-handle is pulled, this control head releases CO 2 gas that controls the discharge of FM-200 from the cylinders. This enables the 60-second delay when the discharge delay valve is CLOSED.

7

8

These cylinders store the FM-200 fire suppression agent. The main cylinders are shown; the bilge cylinder is similar. These valves permit the discharge of FM-200 fire suppression agent when actuated manually with the manual release valve or by the pressure of CO 2 gas when released from the CO 2 cylinder.

9

Discharge Valves

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 18. Potable Water Hydropneumatic Tank.
1
25 30 35 20 15 10 5 0 60 40 45 50 55

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2

3

6

5

4

O0125T73

Figure 18. Potable Water Hydropneumatic Tank. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Cutoff Valve, Pressure Gage Pressure Gage Fill/Vent Valve

This valve secures pressure to the pressure gage.

2 3

This gage indicates the air pressure within the hydropneumatic reservoir. This valve permits air to be added to or bled from the pneumatic side of the tank.

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4

PW-78, C.O.V. HYDR. PNEU TK. OUTLET Valve Sight Glass

This valve controls the discharge from the hydropneumatic tank.

5

This sight glass indicates the level of potable water within the hydropneumatic tank. This valve secures the water to the sight glass.

6

Cutoff Valve

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Emergency Steering Station.
2 1

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330

0 34

32 0

3 4 5

6

7

8
O0126T73

Figure 19. Emergency Steering Station. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Rudder Angle Indicator Compass Repeater Synchronizer Control ON/OFF Switch Dimmer Control

This indicator indicates the rudder angle in degrees.

2 3

This repeater provides a display of the reading from the vessel's gyrocompass. This switch turns the synchronizer control ON and OFF. It is located beneath a screw-off cover.

4

This control controls the illumination level of the compass repeater.

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5 6 7

Dimmer Control Hand Wheel SH-7 HAND PMP C.O.V. Valve SH-8 HAND PMP C.O.V. Valve

This control controls the illumination level of the rudder angle indicator display. This hand wheel provides manual control for the emergency steering pump. This valve secures the flow of hydraulic oil to and from the emergency steering pump. This valve secures the flow of hydraulic oil to and from the emergency steering pump.

8

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Table 20.

Steering System Hydraulic Power Pack and Motor Controller.

1

2

3

45

6

7

8

9

17 10
III

I II

ll

l ll

ll l l l l l ll l l l l
100

ll

ll

lll

l l l l l l l ll ll l l
100

ll

ll

ll

I

l ll

ll

I I III IIIIII

50

II III II

150

50

150

l l ll

l l ll l ll I I I I I II

lll l I II I I

IIII I

II I

150

III

0

0

150

II

II

I

I

PUMP RUN (1 OR 2)

11

1 1 REMOTE CONTROL 2 STOP 3 DIRECT START

OFF

ON

2 1

3

16
Figure 20. Key Control/Indicator

15

14

13

12

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Steering System Hydraulic Power Pack and Motor Controller. Function

1

PORT Hand Lever

Used during manual-powered emergency steering, this lever controls rudder movement to port. This valve controls hydraulic oil flow from the steering system oil reservoir to the rudder motor 1 sump. This gage indicates the operating pressure of the system's hydraulic oil. Used during manual-powered emergency steering, this lever controls rudder movement to starboard. This valve controls pressure from the accumulator. Used during manual-powered emergency steering, this lever controls rudder movement to port.

2

SH-5, RUD. MOT No. 1 SUMP Valve Oil Pressure Gage Stbd Hand Lever

3 4

5 6

Accumulator COV Port Hand Lever

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Control/Indicator

7

SH-6, RUD. MOT No. 2 SUMP Valve Oil Pressure Gage STBD Hand Lever

This valve controls hydraulic oil flow from the steering system oil reservoir to the rudder motor 2 sump. This gage indicates the operating pressure of the system's hydraulic oil. Used during manual-powered emergency steering, this lever controls rudder movement to starboard. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the system is running in REMOTE CONTROL mode. This switch controls the power to the motor controller. This switch selects the mode of operation or shuts down the system. This is the cutoff valve for rudder motor 2 return.

8 9

10

PUMP RUN (1 or 2) Indicator ON/OFF Switch Selector Switch SH-4, C.O.V.-RUD MOT No. 2 PRESS/RTN Valve SH-2, C.O.V.-RUD MOT. No. 2 PRESS/RTN Valve SH-3, C.O.V.-RUD MOT. No. 1 PRESS/RTN Valve SH-1, C.O.V.-RUD MOT. No. 1 PRESS/RTN Valve Accumulator COV Valve

11 12 13

14

This is the cutoff valve for rudder motor 2 pressure.

15

This is the cutoff valve for rudder motor 1 return.

16

This is the cutoff valve for rudder motor 1 pressure.

17

This valve controls pressure from the accumulator.

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Table 21.
1

Sound Powered Telephone.
2 1

3

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

9

10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

DIRECTORY

4

5 6

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Figure 21. Sound Powered Telephone. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The dial outlines available stations. Select the station to be called with this knob. Turn the handle to call a situation. Press the pushbutton to transmit. The directory plate lists telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 22. Drill Press.

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1

2 3 6 5 4

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Figure 22. Key Control/Indicator Function

Drill Press.

1

Top Cover

The top cover provides access to the belts and pulleys to change the speed of the drill press. The cam handle engages and disengages the drive train. The handle controls the height of the spindle. The crank is used to raise or lower the table. The chuck is used to secure drill bits. This switch turns the drill press ON and OFF.

2 3 4 5 6

Cam Handle Handle Table Crank Chuck ON/OFF Switch

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Table 23.

Welder.

1

2

3 4

5 6

7

8

23 22 21 9 10 11 12 13

20 19

18 17

16
Figure 23. Key Control/Indicator Function

15

14

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Welder.

1 2

POSTFLOW TIME START AMPERAGE OFF/ON Control START AMPERAGE ADJUSTMENT Control Switch OUTPUT/ CONTACTOR ON Switch

Not used. This control provides adjustment of start amperage when the START AMPERAGE ADJUSTMENT control switch is in the ON position.

3

This control selects whether or not the start amperage will be used for arc initiation.

4

This switch must be in the ON position for operation.

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5

AMPERAGE ADJUSTMENT Control AMPERAGE PANEL Switch POWER ON Pushbutton Indicator Light POWER OFF Pushbutton SPOT TIME Blank CB1 Circuit Breaker OUTPUT SELECTOR Switch Door ELECTRODE Weld Output Terminal WORK Weld Output Terminal Gas In Fitting Gas Out Fitting

This control provides fine amperage adjustment within the range selected on the RANGE GTAW switch.

6

This switch must be in the PANEL position for operation.

7

Push this button to turn the welder ON.

8 9

This light illuminates to indicate that the welder is ON. Push this button to turn the welder OFF.

10 11 12 13

Not used. This is a blank switch position for installation of optional equipment. This circuit breaker provides overload protection for the control circuitry. This switch selects mode of operation without changing welding cables.

14 15

The door protects internal components from dirt. This terminal is the connector for attachment of the electrode cable.

16

This terminal is the connector for attachment of the work cable.

17 18

Not used. Not used.

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19

RANGE SELECTOR Switch Duplex Receptacle

This switch selects the amperage range.

20

This receptacle provides up to 15 A of 120 V AC for accessory or other equipment. This circuit breaker provides overload protection for the duplex receptacle. Not used. This is a three position switch. In the START position, high frequency is present until an arc is established. In the OFF position, high frequency is not present. In the CONTINUOUS position, high frequency is always present.

21 22 23

Circuit Breaker REMOTE HIGH FREQUENCY Switch

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Space Heater.

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1

2

60

50

40

100

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Figure 24. Key Control/Indicator Function

Space Heater.

1 2

ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch turns the space heater ON and OFF. The thermostat permits adjustment of the temperature in the space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 25. Exhaust Fan Controller.

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1

HVAC SYSTEM CONTROLLER FOR EXHST FAN E02-16-1 DP4-1P-P

ON

OFF

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Figure 25. Exhaust Fan Controller. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the exhaust fan controller ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 26.
1

0046

Bench Grinder.

Figure 26. Key Control/Indicator Function

OF F

ON

O0133T73

Bench Grinder.

1

ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the grinder ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 27. Potable Water Gage Panel.

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1
RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY RECEIVER - INDICATOR TANK LEVEL - SECONDARY

2

GALLONS X 100

F.O. TANK

F.O. TANK

GALLONS X 100

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Figure 27. Potable Water Gage Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

TLI, Starboard TLI, Port

This TLI indicates the potable water level in the starboard potable water tank. This TLI indicates the potable water level in the port potable water tank. Table 28. Potable Water Sight Glass.

1

2 1
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Figure 28. Key Control/Indicator Function

Potable Water Sight Glass.

1 2

Cutoff Valves Sight Glass

These valves secure the water to the sight glass. This sight glass indicates the potable water level in the storage tank.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 29. Potable Water Pump and Bilge and Ballast Pump Motor Controllers.
1

0046

ON

OFF

POWER
AVAILABLE

2 3 4 5 6

START STOP

MANUAL AUTO

7

RESET

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Figure 29. Potable Water Pump and Bilge and Ballast Pump Motor Controllers. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ON/OFF Breaker

This circuit breaker turns the motor controller ON and OFF and provides circuit protection to the unit. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller.

2

POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton AUTO/MAN Switch

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

Push this pushbutton to START the pump. Push this pushbutton to STOP the pump. This switch permits selection of operating mode. When in the AUTO position, the unit turns ON and OFF automatically depending upon system requirements. When in the MAN position, the unit runs continuously. Push this pushbutton to RESET the motor controller.

7

RESET Pushbutton

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 30. Potable Water Pumps.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

0046

14 8

9 10 11

12 13 FWD
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Figure 30. Potable Water Pumps. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

POT WTR PMP #2 DISCH PRESS Gage POT WTR PMP #1 DISCH PRESS Gage Cutoff Valve, Pressure Gage PW-76, C.O.V. POT. WTR. PMP. No. 1 DISCH. Valve Drain Valve

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of potable water pump 2.

2

This gage indicates the discharge pressure of potable water pump 1.

3

This valve secures pressure to the potable water pump 1 discharge pressure gage. This valve secures the discharge for the potable water pump 1.

4

5

When OPEN, this valve drains the volute on potable water pump 1.

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Function

6

Potable Water Tank Port Tank Suction Valve PW-15, POT. WTR. TK. STBD SUCT Valve Potable Water Tank Stbd. Tank Suction Valve PW-16, C.O.V.POT. WTR. PMP. No. 1 SUCT Valve PW-14, POT. WTR. TK. PORT SUCT Valve PW-17, C.O.V.POT. WTR. PMP. No. 2 SUCT Valve Drain Valve PW-77, C.O.V. POT. WTR. PMP. No. 2 DISCH. Valve Cutoff Valve, Pressure Gage

This valve secures the suction from the port potable water pump before the check valve.

7

This valve secures the suction from the starboard potable water pump before the check valve.

8

This valve secures the suction from the starboard potable water pump after the check valve.

9

This valve secures the suction from potable water pump 1.

10

This valve secures the suction from the port potable water pump after the check valve.

11

This valve secures the suction from potable water pump 2.

12 13

When OPEN, this valve drains the volute on potable water pump 2. This valve secures the discharge from potable water pump 2.

14

This valve secures pressure to the potable water pump 2 discharge pressure gage.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 31. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Condensing Units.

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1

2 3 4
TO AIR HANDLING UNIT

5

11

10 6 9 8

7

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Figure 31. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Condensing Units. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

DISCHARGE Pressure Gage SUCTION Pressure Gage OIL Pressure Gage RESET Button

This gage indicates the compressor discharge pressure.

2

This gage indicates the compressor suction pressure.

3 4

This gage indicates compressor oil pressure. This button, when pressed, resets the compressor electrical circuit.

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Control/Indicator

5

ON/OFF Circuit Breaker SUCTION Gas Thermometer Oil Level Sight Glass Liquid Thermometer

This circuit breaker controls power to the condensing unit.

6

This thermometer indicates the temperature of the refrigerant in the suction line. This sight glass indicates the oil level in the compressor.

7

8

This thermometer indicates the temperature of the refrigerant being pumped to the coil. This indicator indicates the moisture level in the pressure line. This indicator indicates the level of liquid refrigerant in the receiver.

9 10

Moisture Indicator LIQUID LEVEL Indicator Water Outlet Connection

11

This connection connects the cooling water outlet to the GS system.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 32. Condenser Cooling Water Valves.

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GENERAL SERVICE SUPPLY 1 AMS 2 TOWING GEAR LOCKER 18 17
GS-71 GS-38

2 ENGINE ROOM

GS-82 GS-39

3
REEFER 2

GS-63 GS-67

4
REEFER 1

16 15 14 13 12

GS-64

GS-68

GS-83 GS-34

5
A/C 2

GS-65 GS-37

11
GS-72

6
GS-33

10 9
GS-66 GS-36

A/C 1

7
GS-32

8
Figure 32. Condenser Cooling Water Valves. Key Control/Indicator Function

O0139T73

1

GS-82, BYP WTR RGLTR Valve GS-39, RETR COND No. 2 SPLY Valve

This is the cutoff valve for the reefer 2 water regulator bypass.

2

This is the cutoff valve for the reefer 2 condenser supply.

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Function

3

Freeze Box Suction COV Valve GS-38, RETR COND No. 1 SPLY Valve GS-34, A/C COND No. 2 SPLY Valve GS-33, A/C COND No. 1 SPLY Valve GS-32, OVBD DISCHARGE Valve GS-36, WTR RGLTR COV Valve GS-66, WTR RGLTR Valve GS-72, BYP WTR RGLTR Valve GS-37, WTR RGLTR COV Valve GS-65, WTR RGLTR Valve GS-83, BYP WTR RGLTR Valve GS-68, WTR RLTR COV Valve

This is the cutoff valve for the freeze box air suction.

4

This is the cutoff valve for the reefer 1 condenser supply.

5

This is the cutoff valve for the A/C 2 condenser supply.

6

This is the cutoff valve for the A/C 1 condenser supply.

7

This valve allows GS water to be discharged overboard.

8

This is the cutoff valve for the A/C 1 water regulator.

9

This valve regulates the cooling water for A/C 1.

10

This is the cutoff valve for the A/C 1 water regulator bypass.

11

This is the cutoff valve for the A/C 2 water regulator.

12

This valve regulates the cooling water for A/C 2.

13

This is the cutoff valve for the A/C 2 water regulator bypass.

14

This is the cutoff valve for the reefer 1 water regulator.

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Function

15

GS-64, WTR RLTR Valve GS-71, BYP WTR RGLTR Valve GS-67, WTR RGLTR COV Valve GS-63, WTR RLTR Valve

This valve regulates the cooling water for reefer 1.

16

This is the cutoff valve for the reefer 1 water regulator bypass.

17

This is the cutoff valve for the reefer 2 water regulator.

18

This valve regulates the cooling water for reefer 2.

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Table 33.

Eductor and Stern Tube Pressure Gages.

1

2

3

50 30 10 0 30

70 90 15 110 10 130 150 5 0 20

25 30 35

30 40 45 50 55 60 0 60 10 50 20 40

O0140T73

Figure 33. Eductor and Stern Tube Pressure Gages. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

SW PRESS TO EDUCTOR SW TO STERNTUBE SEAL PRESS STBD SW TO STERNTUBE SEAL PRESS PORT

This gage indicates the pressure of the seawater to the eductor.

2

This gage indicates the GS pressure supplied to the starboard stern tube seal.

3

This gage indicates the GS pressure supplied to the port stern tube seal.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 34. Fire and GS Pump Motor Controllers and Pressure Gages.

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1

2

4
ON

OFF

3
ON

5

19 18 17 16
POWER AVAILABLE
OFF

6

15

MOTOR RUN

POWER
AVAILABLE

START STOP

START STOP

7 8 9 10 11

40 30
MANUAL AUTO

50

60 70 80 90
MANUAL AUTO

20 10 0 100

14
RESET

RESET

80 60 40 20 0

100

120 140 160 180 200

13

12
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Figure 34. Fire and GS Pump Motor Controllers and Pressure Gages. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

#1 FIRE AND GENERAL SERVICE PUMP (EMERGENCY) Motor Controller

This motor controller controls the operation of fire and GS pump 1.

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Control/Indicator

2

ON/OFF Breaker

This circuit breaker turns the motor controller ON and OFF and provides circuit protection to the unit. This gage indicates the pressure available in the fire main.

3

FIRE MAIN PRESS Gage #2 FIRE AND GENERAL SERVICE PUMP (EMERGENCY) Motor Controller ON/OFF Breaker

4

This controller controls the operation of fire and GS pump 2.

5

This circuit breaker turns the motor controller ON and OFF and provides circuit protection to the unit. This gage indicates the discharge pressure of fire and GS pump 2.

6

#2 FIRE/GENL SVCE PMP DISCH PRESS Gage POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton AUTO/MAN Switch

7

This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller.

8

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

9 10 11

Push this button to START fire and GS pump 2. Push this button to STOP fire and GS pump 2. This switch permits selection of operating mode. When in the AUTO position, the pump turns ON and OFF automatically depending upon system requirements. When in the MAN position, the pump runs continuously. Push this button to RESET the motor controller. This gage indicates the discharge pressure of fire and GS pump 1.

12 13

RESET Pushbutton #1 FIRE/GENL SVCE PMP DISCH PRESS Gage

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Control/Indicator

14 15

RESET Pushbutton AUTO/MAN Switch

Push this button to RESET the motor controller. This switch permits selection of the operating mode. When in the AUTO position, the pump turns ON and OFF automatically depending upon system requirements. When in the MAN position, the pump runs continuously. Push this button to STOP fire and GS pump 1. Push this button to START fire and GS pump 1. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

16 17 18

STOP Pushbutton START Pushbutton MOTOR RUN Indicator POWER AVAILABLE Indicator

19

This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the motor controller.

Table 35.

Bilge Manifold.

1

2

3

4

5

6

AMS 2

O0142T73

Figure 35. Key Control/Indicator Function

Bilge Manifold.

1

BB-44, BILGE SUCT-STBD SHAFT ALLEY Valve

This valve cuts off bilge flow from AMS 2 starboard.

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2

BB-43, BILGE SUCT-PORT SHAFT ALLEY Valve BB-42, BILGE SUCT-E.R. STBD Valve BB-41, BILGE SUCT-E.R. PORT Valve BB 40, BILGE SUCT-A.M.S. No. 1 STBD Valve BB-39, BILGE SUCT-A.M.S. No. 1 PORT Valve

This valve cuts off bilge flow from AMS 2 port.

3

This valve cuts off bilge flow from engine room starboard.

4

This valve cuts off bilge flow from engine room port.

5

This valve cuts off bilge flow from AMS 1 starboard.

6

This valve cuts off bilge flow from AMS 1 port.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS SHAFT ALLEYS

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Table 1. Starboard Shaft Alley.
1 2 3 4

7

6

5

FWD
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Figure 1. Starboard Shaft Alley. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

CA-67, SVCE AIR TO STERN TUBE GS-43, COV-ST TUBE SEALS GS-107, DR ST TUBE SEAL Shaft Seal

This valve secures the flow of air pressure for inflation of the shaft seal.

2

This valve secures the flow of raw water to the shaft seal.

3

When OPEN, this valve drains the raw water from the shaft seal into the bilge.

4

The shaft seal prevents excess raw water leakage around the propeller shaft and into the vessel. This valve secures the flow through the keel cooler for main engine 1.

5

Fwc-3, F.W. FR. M.E. No. 1 TO KEEL CLR.

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Function

6

Shaft Seal Check Valve Cutoff Valve, Seal Vent

The shaft seal check valve provides over inflation protection for the shaft seal.

7

When OPEN, this valve vents the shaft seal to prevent air pockets from forming in the flush water area of the shaft seal.

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Table 2.

Port Shaft Alley.
4

2 1

3

5

11

10

9

8

7 6

FWD
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Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Port Shaft Alley.

1

Fwc-4, F.W. FR. M.E. No. 2 TO KEEL CLR Cutoff Valve, High Level Sea Chest, Fire/General Service (GS) Pump 2 Cutoff Valve, High Level Sea Chest Vent

This valve secures the flow through the keel cooler for main engine 2.

2

This valve secures the flow through the keel cooler for main engine 2.

3

When OPEN, this valve vents the chest.

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4

Cutoff Valve, High Level Sea Chest, Fire/GS Pump 1 Duplex Strainer Selector GS-106, DR ST TUBE SEAL GS-42, COV-ST TUBE SEAL P Shaft Seal

This valve secures the flow of raw water to fire and GS pump 1.

5

This lever permits the operator to select the in service strainer for the duplex strainer. When OPEN, this valve drains the raw water from the shaft seal to the bilge.

6

7

This valve secures the flow of raw water to the shaft seal.

8

The shaft seal prevents excess raw water leakage around the propeller shaft and into the vessel. When OPEN, this valve vents the shaft seal to prevent air pockets from forming in the flush water area of the shaft seal. The shaft seal check valve provides over inflation protection for the shaft seal.

9

Cutoff Valve, Shaft Seal Vent Shaft Seal Check Valve CA-66, SVCE AIR TO STERN TUBE

10

11

This valve secures the flow of compressed air pressure to the inflatable shaft seal.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS BOW THRUSTER COMPARTMENT

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Bow Thruster Compartment.

0048

1

14 13

12 2 11 3 10 9 8 4 5 6

7 FWD
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Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

Bow Thruster Compartment.

1

BB-9, OVBD. DISCH. BILGE EDUC Valve General Alarm Bell

When OPEN, this valve allows bilge contents to be discharged overboard using eductors.

2

This bell sounds to alert the crew of various emergency conditions.

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Function

3 4

Space Heater GS-45, BILGE EDUC Valve Eductor Pressure Gage Shutoff Valve PW-19, C.W. To W.C. Valve ST-47, BOW THRUSTER UPR VOID FR54-57 SNDG Valve Interior Light Switch Bow Thruster Lube Oil Reservoir Bow Thruster

The space heater provides heat for the compartment. See Figure 2 for details. This valve secures the raw water flow from the General Service (GS) system to the eductors. The eductor pressure gage indicates the GS system pressure available to the eductor. This valve secures the GS system pressure to the eductor pressure gage. This valve secures the cold potable water flow to the water closet.

5

6 7

8

This valve is used to sound the void below the bow thruster compartment.

9 10

This switch is used to turn ON and OFF the interior lights in the space. The 10.5 gal (39.8 L) lube oil reservoir provides lube oil for the bow thruster system. See Figure 3 for details. The bow thruster receives power from the bow thruster engine and reversing gear and transmits that power to a propeller that provides athwartships thrust to the vessel's bow during close maneuvering operations. This gage indicates the pressure available to the eductor.

11

12

SW PRESS TO EDUCTOR Gage Cutoff Valve, Raw Water Pressure to Eductor Gage BB-12, BLST. TK. No.1 SUCT. COV Valve

13

This valve secures the pressure of the raw water to eductor gage.

14

This valve secures the flow of raw water from the eductor.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Space Heater.

0048

1

2

60

50

40

100

O0146T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Space Heater.

1 2

ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch turns the space heater ON and OFF. The thermostat permits the operator to adjust the temperature in the space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Bow Thruster Lube Oil Reservoir.

0048

1

2

3

O0147T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Bow Thruster Lube Oil Reservoir.

1 2 3

Filler Cap Sight Glass Cutoff Valve, Bow Thruster Supply

The filler cap permits the addition of lube oil to the reservoir. The sight glass indicates the lube oil level in the reservoir. This valve secures the flow of lube oil from the reservoir to the bow thruster unit.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS TOWING GEAR LOCKER

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0049

Table 1.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Towing Gear Locker.

FWD

8

O0148T73

Figure 1. Towing Gear Locker. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

PW-10, POT. WTR. TK. PORT DR. Valve Service Valves PW-11, POT. WTR. TK. STBD. DR. Valve General Alarm Bell ST-4, BLST. TK. 2P SNDG Valve ST-3, BLST. TK. 2S SNDG Valve Space Heater BB-11, OVBD. DISCH. BILGE EDUC. Valve

This cutoff valve permits draining of the port potable water tank into the bilge.

2 3

These are various General Service (GS) cutoff valves. See Figure 2 for details. This cutoff valve permits draining of the starboard potable water tank into the bilge.

4 5

The alarm bell signals various emergency conditions on the vessel. This valve permits the sounding of the port ballast tank 2.

6

This valve permits the sounding of the starboard ballast tank 2.

7 8

The heater provides heat for the compartment. See Figure 3 for details. This valve secures the overboard flow from the eductor.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0049

Table 2.

Service Valves.

1

2 3

5

4

O0149T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Service Valves.

1

SW PRESS TO EDUCTOR Gage GS-46, BILGE EDUC Valve Gage COV BB-37, BILGE EDUCT SUCT COV GS-36, WTR RGLTR COV

This gage indicates the level of sea water pressure going to the eductor.

2

This valve controls the flow of GS water to the bilge eductor in this space. This valve secures the pressure to the raw water pressure to the eductor gage. This valve secures the flow to the starboard eductor.

3 4

5

This valve secures the flow to the port eductor.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Space Heater.

0049

1

2

60

50

40

100

O0150T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Space Heater.

1 2

ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch turns the space heater ON and OFF. The thermostat permits a crewmember to adjust the temperature in the space.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS STEERING GEAR COMPARTMENT

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0050

Table 1. Steering Gear Compartment.

1 9 8

2

3 7 6 5

4

FWD

O0151T73

Figure 1. Steering Gear Compartment. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

CH-24, FLW. CONT.-TOW PIN 3 & 4 Valve Cutoff Valve, GS Water to Eductor Pressure Gage, GS Water to Eductor

The flow control valve controls the hydraulic flow to tow pins 3 and 4.

2

This valve controls the flow of General Service (GS) water to the eductor.

3

This gage indicates the pressure of the GS water supplied to the eductor in this space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key Control/Indicator Steering Gear Compartment - Continued.

0050

Function

4

Rudder Angle Indicator Feedback Unit CH-23, FLW. CONT.-TOW PIN 1 & 2 Valve CH-21, DIR. CONT.-TOW PIN No. 3 Valve CH-19, DIR. CONT.-TOW PIN No. 1 Valve CH-22, DIR. CONT.-TOW PIN No. 4 Valve CH-20, DIR. CONT.-TOW PIN No. 2 Valve

This feedback unit sends a signal to the vessel's rudder angle indicators to indicate the rudder's position.

5

The flow control valve controls the hydraulic flow to tow pins 1 and 2.

6

The solenoid-operated valve controls the direction of movement (UP or DOWN) of tow pin 3.

7

The solenoid-operated valve controls the direction of movement (UP or DOWN) of tow pin 1.

8

The solenoid-operated valve controls the direction of movement (UP or DOWN) of tow pin 4.

9

The solenoid-operated valve controls the direction of movement (UP or DOWN) of tow pin 2.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MAIN DECK EXTERIOR

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0051

Table 1.

Fantail.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

UP

10

1 FWD
Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

2

13

12

11
O0152T73

Fantail.

1 2 3

Tow Pin Control Towing Machine Sound Powered Telephone Bell, Sound Powered Telephone

These switches control the operation of the tow pins. See Figure 7 for details. The towing machine is used for towing astern. See Figure 2 for details. The sound powered telephone provides communication with the rest of the vessel. See Figure 3 for details. The bell rings to alert personnel that a call is coming in the sound powered telephone.

4

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key Control/Indicator Function Fantail - Continued.

0051

5

Potable Water Shore Connection Valve Sewage Shore Connection Valve Fire Station

This valve is used to fill the potable water tank from an outside source.

6

This valve is used to transfer sewage to a pierside facility.

7

The fire station contains a fire main valve, hose, and nozzle for use in fighting fires. See Figure 4 for details. PULL the enclosed T-handle to actuate the FM-200 fire suppression system. See Figure 5 for details. The bell sounds to notify personnel that the FM-200 fire suppression system has been actuated. This valve is used to empty the oily waste tank to a pierside facility.

8

FM-200 Exterior Manual Pull Box FM-200 Alarm Bell

9

10

Oily Waste Discharge Shore Connection Sewage Shore Connection Valve Capstan Control Valve Towing Machine Isolation Valves

11

This valve is used to transfer sewage to a pierside facility.

12

This valve controls the operation of the capstan. See Figure 6 for details.

13

The towing machine isolation valves allow the towing machines to be operated independently.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Towing Machine.

0051

SEE DETAIL C

SEE DETAIL A 1

UP

2

3 DETAIL A SEE DETAIL B FWD SEE DETAIL C

4

5

6 DETAIL B
O0153T73

DETAIL C

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Towing Machine.

1

Clutch Brake Handwheel

The clutch brake handwheel engages the hydraulic motor drive assembly to the drum assembly.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Key Control/Indicator Function Towing Machine - Continued.

0051

2

Auxiliary Brake Handwheel Local Control

The auxiliary brake handwheel controls the auxiliary (mechanical) brake.

3

The local control allows the operator to operate the towing machine locally while performing maintenance or during an emergency. The mechanical dog handle engages and disengages the mechanical dog.

4

Mechanical Dog Handle Quick Release Pin Spooling Device Handwheel

5 6

The quick release pin secures the mechanical dog in the disengaged position. The spooling device handwheel controls the spooling device clutch. It is used in realignment of the cable.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Sound Powered Telephone.

0051

1

2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

3 6 4

5

O0154T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle DIRECTORY Plate Pushbutton

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines available stations. The selector knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel. This pushbutton is used to transmit.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Fire Station.

0051

2 OPEN 1 SHUT 3 FOG

4

O0155T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Station.

1 2

Valve Nozzle Valve

This valve turns the fire main water ON and OFF. The nozzle valve controls the flow of water from the nozzle. When in the SHUT position, the flow of water is stopped. When in the FOG position, the water is directed to the fog jet. When in the OPEN position, water is directed to the single stream outlet. The fog outlet plug provides an outlet for attaching 4-foot and 12-foot applicators. This nozzle directs water by spray or stream to the fire.

3

Fog Outlet Plug

4

Nozzle

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. FM-200 Exterior Manual Pull Box.

0051

1 CLOSED OPEN

2

PULL HARD

3

1

O0156T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

FM-200 Exterior Manual Pull Box.

1

Handle

Lift this handle to OPEN the weathertight door, exposing the operating T-handle. Pull out on this T-handle to discharge the FM-200 fire suppression system. Use this hammer to break the glass, exposing the T-handle.

2 3

T-Handle Hammer

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Capstan Control Valve.
1

0051

O0157T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Capstan Control Valve.

1

Capstan Control Valve

This valve controls the speed and direction of rotation of the capstan.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Tow Pin Control.

0051

1

O0158T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function

Tow Pin Control.

1

Tow Pin Control Switches

These switches control the raising and lowering of the stern tow pins.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS FAN ROOM, MAIN DECK

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0052

Table 1.
1 2

Fan Room, Main Deck.
3 4 5

6 16 7

8 15

14 9

13

12

11

10

O0159T73

Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fan Room, Main Deck.

1

Preheater Unit (1-23-2) HVAC SYSTEM CONTROLLER FOR PRHTR 1-23-2 HVAC SYSTEM CONTROLLER FOR RHTR 1-25-2 HVAC SYSTEM CONTROLLER FOR PRHTR 1-23-4

This unit preheats the air entering the fan coil unit (Figure 1, Item 5).

2

This controller turns preheater unit 1-23-2 (Figure 1, Item 1) ON and OFF. See Figure 2 for details.

3

This controller turns fan coil unit 1-25-2 (Figure 1, Item 5) ON and OFF. See Figure 2 for details.

4

This controller turns preheater unit 1-23-4 (Figure 1, Item 11) ON and OFF. See Figure 2 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Fan Room, Main Deck - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

0052

5

Crew Mess Fan Coil Unit CREW MESS FAN COIL UNIT Motor Controller GALLEY SUPPLY FAN Motor Controller AMS 2 SUPPLY FAN Motor Controller Refrigerant Valve Galley Supply Fan Reheater (1-23-4) AMS #2 SPLY FAN Steering Gear Oil Reservoir (Above) Thermostat Interior Light Switch Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Manifold

This fan coil unit heats and cools the air for the crew mess area.

6

This controller turns the crew mess fan coil unit ON and OFF. See Figure 3 for details.

7

This controller turns the galley supply fan ON and OFF. See Figure 3 for details.

8

This controller turns the Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 2 supply fan ON and OFF and permits selecting between FAST and SLOW modes. See Figure 4 for details. This valve provides cutoff for the refrigerant at the fan coil unit. This galley supply fan supplies ventilating air to the galley area. The reheater heats the air drawn into the galley area. The fan supplies ventilating air to AMS 2. This reservoir holds the oil for both steering gears. See Figure 5 for details.

9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16

The thermostat provides thermostatic control for preheater unit 1-23-2. This switch turns the lights in the space ON and OFF. The manifold contains valves for controlling the HVAC systems. See Figure 6 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Preheater/Reheater Controller.

0052

1

O0160T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Preheater/Reheater Controller.

1

ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the affected preheater or reheater ON or OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Crew Mess and Galley Supply Fan Motor Controllers.

0052

1

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

3

START STOP

4 5

6
RESET

O0161T73

Figure 3. Crew Mess and Galley Supply Fan Motor Controllers. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit breaker protection. This indicator illuminates green to indicate that power is supplied to the motor controller.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

When pressed, this pushbutton starts the affected fan. When pressed, this pushbutton stops the affected fan. This pushbutton is used to reset the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. AMS 2 Supply Fan Motor Controller.
1

0052

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE

3 4

SLOW FAST

FAST SLOW

5 6 7

STOP

RESET

RESET

8
O0162T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator

AMS 2 Supply Fan Motor Controller.

Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator SLOW Indicator FAST Indicator FAST Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit protection. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is available to the controller.

3 4 5

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at SLOW speed. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at FAST speed. This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at FAST speed.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Key Control/Indicator AMS 2 Supply Fan Motor Controller - Continued. Function

0052

6 7 8

SLOW Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at SLOW speed. This pushbutton is used to STOP the fan motor. This pushbutton is used to RESET the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. HVAC Manifold.

0052

1

2

3

4

5

6

8

7
O0164T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

HVAC Manifold.

1

RFAC-33 TXV/ STNR/LLSV COV RI-25-2, 4 COIL RFAC-26 HAND EXP Valve RFAC-29 EQL LINE Cutoff Valve RFAC-34 TXV COV, R01-32-2 Valve

This valve secures refrigerant flow to the thermal expansion valve.

2

This valve permits hand expansion of the refrigerant in the event of a thermal expansion valve failure. This valve secures sensing pressure to the thermal expansion valve.

3

4

This valve secures refrigerant flow from the thermal expansion valve.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Key Control/Indicator Function HVAC Manifold - Continued.

0052

5

RFAC-30 EQL LINE Cutoff Valve RFAC-36 TXV/ STNR/LLSV COV R1-25-2, 8 COIL Hand Expansion Valve RFAC-37 TXV/ STNR/LLSV COV R1-25-2, 8 COIL

This valve secures sensing pressure to the thermal expansion valve.

6

This valve secures refrigerant flow from the thermal expansion valve.

7

This valve permits hand expansion of the refrigerant in the event of a thermal expansion valve failure. This valve secures refrigerant flow to the thermal expansion valve.

8

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Steering Gear Oil Reservoir.

0052

1

2

2

O0163T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Steering Gear Oil Reservoir.

1 2

Fill Cap Sight Glass

The fill cap permits the reservoir to be filled with oil. The sight glass indicates the oil level within the reservoir. There is one sight glass for each steering gear.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MAIN DECK VESTIBULE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0053

Table 1.

Main Deck Vestibule, General Arrangement.

1 7 6 5 2 3 4

DN

FWD
O0165T73

Figure 1. Main Deck Vestibule, General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Deck Crane Flow Control Valve TOWING MACHINE CONTROL PANEL Water Washdown System Station Hydraulic Reservoir, AMS 2 Watertight Door Interior Lighting Switch

This valve controls the flow of hydraulic oil to the deck crane.

2

This control panel contains the electronic control devices for the towing machines. This controls the water washdown system operation for the FM-200 fire suppression system. See Figure 2 for details. This reservoir contains the hydraulic oil for the AMS 2 watertight door hydraulic system. See Figure 3 for details.

3

4

5

This switch turns the interior lighting ON and OFF.

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0053

6

Fire Emergency Panel

The fire emergency panel contains the pull box for the FM-200 fire suppression system, the pull box for the fire alarm, and the emergency shutdown switches for the engine room ventilation systems and the fuel transfer pumps. See Figure 4 for details. This valve secures the water supply to firefighting station 4.

7

FM-55, F STA No. 4 Valve

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2.
1

0053

Water Washdown Station.

3

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

WWS 1

This valve controls the flow of fire main water to the Water Washdown System (WWS). This connection is OPENED to allow Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) gas sampling with the Kwik Draw sampling pump. This valve is OPENED to allow the system strainer to be flushed during operation of the WWS.

2

HF Sampling Port

3

WWS 2

OFF ON

JCV-PRO-3

2

O0166T73

Water Washdown Station.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Hydraulic Reservoir, AMS 2 Watertight Door.

0053

1

3

2

O0167T73

Figure 3. Hydraulic Reservoir, AMS 2 Watertight Door. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3

Filler Cap Supply Valve Return Cutoff Valve

The filler cap permits hydraulic oil to be added to the reservoir. This valve secures the supply (pressure) line to the hydraulic cylinder. This valve secures the return oil line to the reservoir.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Fire Emergency Panel.

0053

1
FOR FIRE
BREAK GLASS PULL HANDLE

2

PULL HARD

3 10 9 8 7
PULL DOWN

4

5 6

O0168T73

Figure 4. Fire Emergency Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

T-Handle Hammer

Pull this T-handle to actuate the engine room FM-200 fire suppression system. The hammer is used to break the glass in the pull box, exposing the operating T-Handle. Pull DOWN on this box to sound the fire alarm.

3

Fire Alarm Pull Station HVAC EMER STOP AMS 2 SPLY FAN HVAC EMER STOP AMS 1 SPLY FAN

4

When pressed, this secures the AMS 2 supply fan.

5

When pressed, this switch secures the AMS 1 supply fan.

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0053

6

HVAC SYS EMER STOP ENG RM EXH FAN ENG RM SPLY FAN HVAC SYS EMER STOP ENG RM EXH FAN ENG RM SPLY FAN INTERIOR LIGHTING SW Switch EMER STOP FOR FO XFER PUMP NO 1 EMER STOP FOR FO XFER PUMP NO 2

When pressed, this switch secures one pair of engine room exhaust and supply fans.

7

When pressed, this switch secures one pair of engine room exhaust and supply fans.

8

This switch turns the interior lighting in the space ON and OFF.

9

This switch secures fuel oil transfer pump 1.

10

This switch secures fuel oil transfer pump 2.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MESS/RECREATION ROOM

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0054

Table 1. Mess/Recreation Room, General Arrangement.

1

2 3 23 4 5

6 22 7 8 21 9

20 10

19
Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator

18

17

16

15

14 13
O0169T73

12

11

Mess/Recreation Room, General Arrangement.

Function

1 2

Fire Station Thermostat

The fire station is used for fighting fires. See Figure 14 for details. The thermostat regulates the temperature within the space.

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0054

3

Intercom

The intercom provides communication with other spaces within the vessel. See Figure 2 for details. The PA speaker is used for making announcements throughout the vessel. See Figure 3 for details. The volume control controls the volume of the PA speaker. The sound powered telephone is used to communicate with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 4 for details. This bell sounds when the general alarm system has been activated. This valve secures the potable water to the water fountain.

4

Public Address (PA) Speaker Volume Control Sound Powered Telephone General Alarm Bell PW-67, Cutoff Valve, Potable Water to Water Fountain Water Fountain 440 V Power Panel No. 3 HVAC SYSTEM EMER STOP GALLEY SUPPLY FAN 1-22-4 CREW MESS FAN COIL 1-25-2 Pushbutton PW-25, C.W. TO W.C. Valve

5 6

7 8

9 10

The water fountain provides cold potable water for crew consumption. This panel contains circuit breakers for many main deck electrical components. See Figure 5 for details. When pressed, this pushbutton secures the galley supply fan and the crew mess fan coil unit.

11

12

This valve secures cold water to the water closet.

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0054

13

PW-93, C.W. TO ICE MAKER Valve Icemaker Refrigerator

This valve secures the potable water supply to the icemaker.

14 15

The icemaker makes ice for use by the crew. See Figure 6 for details. The refrigerator provides cold storage for food and drink items. See Figure 7 for details. The milk dispenser keeps beverages cold and dispenses them to the crew. See Figure 8 for details. The beverage dispenser keeps beverages cold and dispenses them to the crew. See Figure 9 for details. The microwave oven provides quick heating for food items. See Figure 10 for details. The toaster is used for toasting bread. See Figure 11 for details. Turn the operating handle to OPEN or CLOSE the AMS 2 watertight door.

16

Milk Dispenser

17

Beverage Dispenser Microwave Oven

18

19 20

Toaster Operating Handle, Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 2 Watertight Door

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21

AMS 2 Watertight Door Indicator Interior Lighting Switch 120 V Main Deck, 01 & 02 Emergency Lighting Panel No. 1

This pointer indicates the position of the AMS 2 watertight door. See Figure 12 for details. This switch turns the lighting in the space ON and OFF.

22

23

This panel contains the circuit breakers for the emergency lighting circuits on the 01, 02, and main deck levels. See Figure 13 for details.

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Table 2.

Intercom.

1

2

3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

4

REL

CALL

BUSY

B

9

PRESS TO RE LEASE

2

C
PRESS TO RE LEASE

VOLUME OFF

DIMMER C

MIC OR

HANDS FREE MAL

5

8
HANDSET PRESS TO TALK

6 7
O0170T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Intercom.

1 2 3 4 5 6

REL Indicator Station Pushbuttons CALL Indicator BUSY Indicator DIMMER Control HANDS FREE Control

This indicator illuminates to indicate that release of the system is required. These pushbuttons connect the unit to the selected station. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the system is in use. This control controls the illumination level of the intercom panel. This control provides hands free or press to talk transmission modes.

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7

MIC OR HANDSET Plug VOLUME Control PRESS TO RELEASE

This is the jack plug for an external microphone/handset.

8 9

This knob controls the volume level of the intercom. When pressed, this releases the station pushbuttons.

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Table 3.

PA Speaker and Volume Control.

2 1

1 2 3 4 5

O0171T73

Figure 3. PA Speaker and Volume Control. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Loudspeaker Volume Control

The loudspeaker broadcasts the PA system. This knob controls the volume of the loudspeaker.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Sound Powered Telephone.

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2 1 1 3
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

4

5

6

O0172T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines available stations. The selector knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. Use this pushbutton to transmit. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. 440 V Power Panel No. 3.

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2 1 3 14 13 12 11 10 9 4 5 6 7 8

O0173T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

440 V Power Panel No. 3.

1

PREHTR 1-23-4. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR PREHEATER, 1-23-4 (FAN ROOM MAIN DECK) Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects preheater 1-23-4.

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Function

2

PREHTR 1-25-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR PREHEATER, 1-25-2 (FAN ROOM MAIN DECK) Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects preheater 1-25-2.

3

BOSUN STORE PREHEATER 1-57-1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR BOSUN STORE PREHEATER, 1-57-1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects boatswain's store reheater 1-57-1.

4

REHEATER 01-32-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR REHEATER, 01-32-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects preheater 01-32-2.

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Function

5

CREW'S MESS CRSR FAN COIL R1-25-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR MESS/ RECREATION SPACE FAN COIL UNIT, R1-25-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the crew's mess fan coil unit.

6

LAUNDRY SPACE EXHAUST FAN E1-62-2/ CONTROLLER FOR BOSUN STORE & LAUNDRY SPACE SUPPLY FAN S1-58-1. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels) LVP FOR LAUNDRY SPACE EXHAUST FAN E1-62-2/ CONTROLLER FOR BOSUN STORE & LAUNDRY SPACE SUPPLY FAN S1-58-1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the arms locker exhaust fan.

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Function

7

SANITARY SPACE EXHAUST FAN E01-44-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR SANITARY SPACE EXHAUST FAN, E01-44-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the sanitary space exhaust fan.

8 9

BLANK. SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker 01 & PILOTHOUSE LEVEL FAN COIL R01-32-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR 01 & PILOTHOUSE LEVEL FAN COIL, R01-32-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

There is no circuit breaker in this position. This is a spare circuit breaker.

10

This is a spare circuit breaker.

11

This circuit breaker protects the 01 and pilothouse fan coil unit.

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Function

12

BOSUN STORE & LAUNDRY SPACE SUPPLY FAN S1-58-1/ CONTROLLER FOR LAUNDRY SPACE EXHAUST FAN E1-62-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR BOSUN STORE & LAUNDRY SPACE SUPPLY FAN S1-58-1/ CONTROLLER FOR LAUNDRY SPACE EXHAUST FAN E1-62-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the boatswain's store supply fan.

13

PREHEATER 01-31-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR PREHEATER, 01-31-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects preheater 01-31-2.

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Function

14

AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 2. SUPPLY FAN 1-22-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR AUXILIARY MACHINERY SPACE No. 2 SUPPLY FAN S1-22-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the AMS 2 supply fan.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Icemaker.

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1 2 3

O0174T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Icemaker.

1

Manual Harvest Switch Purge Switch

This switch permits manual harvesting of ice cubes.

2

This switch operates the purge valve when the ON/OFF/CLEAN switch is in the CLEAN position. Used when cleaning the ice machine. This switch permits selection between ON, OFF, and CLEAN modes.

3

ON/OFF/CLEAN Switch

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Refrigerator.

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1

O0175T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function

Refrigerator.

1

Thermostat

The thermostat regulates the temperature inside the refrigerator. It permits adjustment of the temperature.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Milk Dispenser.

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1

2 3

4 3 2 1 7
O0176T73

5 6

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator Function

Milk Dispenser.

1

Thermometer

The thermometer gives a continuous reading of the temperature in the milk dispenser. Movement of the dispensing valve will discharge milk from the holding container. The temperature control adjusts the temperature inside of the milk dispenser.

2

Dispensing Valve

3

Temperature Control

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9. Beverage Dispenser.

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2

1

1

3

SP ON R ON

Y F RA OF

RIG FF EF O

4 5

O0177T73

Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator Function

Beverage Dispenser.

1 2 3

Bowl Lid SPRAY ON/OFF Switch REFRIG ON/OFF Switch Dispensing Valves

This is the reservoir for the beverage. This lid provides access for refilling the bowl. This switch turns the spray ON and OFF.

4

This switch turns the refrigeration ON and OFF.

5

These valves control the dispensing of the beverage.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Microwave Oven.

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1

O0178T73

Figure 10. Key Control/Indicator Function

Microwave Oven.

1

Control Panel

This control panel contains the pushbuttons that enable operation of the microwave oven.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11.
1

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Toaster.

2

O0179T73

Figure 11. Key Control/Indicator Function

Toaster.

1 2

TOAST Pushbutton Level Selector

Push DOWN on this pushbutton to toast the selected slices. This knob permits the user to select the desired level of darkness for the toast. Table 12. AMS 2 Watertight Door Indicator.

1

OPEN

CLOSED

O0180T73

Figure 12. Key Control/Indicator Function

AMS 2 Watertight Door Indicator.

1

Indicator Pointer

This pointer indicates the position of the AMS 2 watertight door from CLOSED to OPEN.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. 120 V Main Deck, 01 and 02 Emergency Lighting Panel No. 1.

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2 1 3 12 11 10 9 7 8 4 5 6

O0181T73

Figure 13. 120 V Main Deck, 01 and 02 Emergency Lighting Panel No. 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

MAIN DECK EMERGENCY LIGHTING. Circuit Breaker FM-200 SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker 01 LEVEL EMERGENCY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the main deck emergency lighting circuits.

2

This circuit breaker protects the FM-200 fire suppression system amber strobe lights. This circuit breaker protects the 01 level emergency lighting circuits.

3

4

This is a spare circuit breaker.

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Control/Indicator

5

PILOTHOUSE EMERGENCY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker ALARM SWITCHBOARD. (HIGH TEMPERATURE & SPRINKLER). Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker RADIO ROOM EMERGENCY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker REFRIGERATOR STORE ROOM LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) REFRIGERATED STORE ROOM LIGHT Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the pilothouse emergency lights.

6

This circuit breaker protects the alarm switchboard.

7

This is a spare circuit breaker.

8

This is a spare circuit breaker.

9

This circuit breaker protects the emergency lights in the radio room.

10

This is a spare circuit breaker.

11

This circuit breaker protects the refrigerated storeroom lighting circuits.

12

FREEZER ALARM. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the freezer alarms.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 14. Fire Station.

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3 OPEN 1 2

FOG SHUT 4

O0182T73

Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Station.

1 2 3

Valve Nozzle Nozzle Valve

This valve turns the fire main water ON and OFF. This nozzle directs water by spray or stream to the fire. The nozzle valve controls the flow of water from the nozzle. When in the SHUT position, the flow of water is stopped. When in the FOG position, the water is directed to the fog jet. When in the OPEN position, water is directed to the single stream outlet. This plug provides an outlet for attaching 4-foot and 12-foot applicators.

4

Fog Outlet Plug

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS GALLEY

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Table 1.
1 2, 3, 4, 5 6 7

Galley.
8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 1 31 30 FWD
O0183T73

29 28

27

26 25 24

23

Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Function

Galley.

1

Freezer Alarm Switch

The freezer alarm switch is provided in the event a crewmember becomes trapped inside the freezer box. The crewmember can activate the freezer box alarm using the freezer alarm switch. The freezer alarm horn sounds when the freezer alarm is activated. This timer controls the freezer's defrost cycle. See Figure 2 for details.

2 3

Freezer Alarm Horn SHIP'S STORE REFER SYS FRZR DEFROST TIMER Ship's Store Refer Sys Disconnect Switch

4

This switch secures the power to the walk-in freezer.

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5

Defrost Heater Controller Trash Compactor

This defrost heater controller controls the power to the walk-in freezer box defrost heaters. The trash compactor compacts trash, reducing the volume of trash. See Figure 3 for details. The sound powered telephone is used to communicate with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 4 for details. The steam table provides controls for hot wells and dish storage. See Figure 5 for details. The countertop mounted meat slicer is used to slice meat products. See Figure 6 for details. The mixer is used to combine ingredients for food preparation. See Figure 7 for details. This pull station allows manual actuation of the galley fire suppression system. See Figure 8 for details.

6

7

Sound Powered Telephone Steam Table

8

9

Meat Slicer

10

Mixer

11

Galley Fire Suppression Pull Station Thermostat

12

The thermostat provides temperature control in the galley. See Figure 9 for details. This power panel contains circuit breakers for the 440 V galley equipment. See Figure 10 for details. This countertop mounted coffee maker provides hot coffee. See Figure 11 for details. The toaster is used for toasting bread. See Figure 12 for details. This microwave oven is used for quick food preparation. See Figure 13 for details. This electric range and oven is used for food preparation. See Figure 14 for details.

13

440 V Power Panel No. 2 Coffee Maker

14

15 16

Toaster Microwave Oven

17

Range

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key Control/Indicator Function Galley - Continued.

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18 19

Griddle Hood Damper Control Knob

The electric griddle is used for food preparation. See Figure 15 for details. The hood damper control knob contains fail-safe circuitry coupled with a spring drive, which allows closure of the fire damper even if electrical power is interrupted or turned OFF. The hood damper control knob resets to normal operating position when the fan is restarted. See Figure 16 for details. The double basket electric fryer is used for deep fat frying. See Figure 17 for details. The ventilator hood is provided for the cooking area's ventilation. The ventilator hood contains the automatic cleaning system and fire protection system. See Figure 16 for details. This cabinet houses the controls for the ventilator hood cleaning system, the fire cycle spray, and a fire alarm pull box. See Figure 18 for details. The galley fire suppression cabinet contains the system's reservoir and activating mechanisms. See Figure 19 for details.

20

Fryer

21

Ventilator Hood

22

Ventilation Control Cabinet Galley Fire Suppression System Cabinet Peeler

23

24

The countertop mounted electric peeler is used to peel vegetables. See Figure 20 for details. The countertop mounted baker's scale is used for weighing food and ingredients. See Figure 21 for details. When the area temperature rises to 275°F (135°C) or more, the thermal heat detector activates the fire alarm system. The industrial type dishwasher is used for sanitizing dishes and utensils. See Figure 22 for details. The galley exhaust fan motor controller turns the fan ON and OFF. See Figure 23 for details. The remote operator provides control of valve FO-15, F.O. SERV. SUCT. STBD. This valve secures fuel flow from the starboard day tank.

25

Baker's Scale

26

Thermal Heat Detector Dishwasher

27

28

Galley Exhaust Fan Motor Controller FO-15, F.O. SERV. SUCT. STBD. Valve Remote Operator

29

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30

220/110 V Distribution Panel 120 V Distribution Panel No. 1

This panel contains circuit breakers for the galley and crew's mess equipment. See Figure 24 for details. This panel contains circuit breakers for various pieces of galley equipment. See Figure 25 for details.

31

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Ship's Store Reefer System Freezer Defrost Timer.

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1

2

3

O0184T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator

Ship's Store Reefer System Freezer Defrost Timer. Function

1 2 3

Tab Time Indicator Time Set Knob

This tab can be moved to set the time for defrost. This dial indicates the time of day. This knob is used to set the time of day.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Trash Compactor.
1 2

0055

4

3
O0185T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Trash Compactor.

1 2

ON/OFF Key Switch START/STOP Pushbutton Switch Box Handle Door Handle

This switch turns the unit ON and OFF. This switch controls the operation of the compactor.

3 4

This box handle permits the box to be removed from the compactor. This door handle secures and opens the compactor door.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Sound Powered Telephone.

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2 1 3
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1

4

5

6

O0186T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines available stations. The selector knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. Use the pushbutton to transmit. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Steam Table.
2 1

0055

3

O0187T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Steam Table.

1 2

Well Power Switches

The well holds water for keeping food hot. These switches turn the heating elements that maintain the water temperature in the wells ON and OFF. These valves permit draining of the wells for cleaning.

3

Drain Valves

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Meat Slicer.

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1

2

3

4

5

O0188T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Meat Slicer.

1 2

Carriage Meat Grip

The carriage holds the product during slicing. The meat grip is used for holding odd shapes or short end pieces.

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3 4

Carriage Handle Slice Adjusting Dial

The carriage handle is used to move the carriage back and forth. Use the dial to adjust the thickness of the slices cut. Numbers on the dial indicate actual measurements in 0.010 in. (0.25 mm) increments. This switch turns the meat slicer ON and OFF.

5

PULL TO START/ PUSH Switch

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Mixer.

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1

ON

OFF

8

9

2

ON

OFF

7 6 3 5

4

O0189T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function

Mixer.

1 2 3 4

ON/OFF Switch Bowl Lift Handle Bowl Support Bowl Clamps

This switch turns the mixer ON and OFF. This handle is used to raise or lower the bowl. This support provides a base for mounting the bowl. These clamps lock the bowl in place when rotated over the ears of the bowl.

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5 6 7 8

Alignment Pins Agitator Drip Cup Attachment Hub Thumb Screw Gear Shift Lever

These pins are used to properly set the bowl on the bowl support. This agitator mixes the contents in the bowl. This cup collects any lubricants from the motor. This thumb screw secures attachments in the attachment hub.

9

This lever selects between speed 1 (LOW), speed 2 (MEDIUM), and speed 3 (HIGH).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Fire Alarm Pull Station.
1

0055

M ALAR

LOCAL

PULL IN CASE OF FIRE

2
O0190T73

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Alarm Pull Station.

1 2

Handhold Glass Rod

This handhold is used to pull DOWN to activate the alarm. This glass rod acts as a seal to indicate if this station has been activated.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9. Thermostat.

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1

2

3

60 50

70

80 90

90 80 70 60 50

O0191T73

Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator Function

Thermostat.

1 2 3

Thermometer Set Point Dial Set Point Handle

The thermometer indicates the actual temperature in the space. The dial indicates the temperature for which the thermostat is set. This handle permits changing of the desired temperature for the space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. 440 V Power Panel No. 2.

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1 10 9 8 7

2 3 4

5 6

6

O0192T73

Figure 10. 440 V Power Panel No. 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

REHEATER 1-23-2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) CONTROLLER FOR REHEATER, 1-23-2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects reheater 1-23-2.

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Function

2

GALLEY SUPPLY FAN S1-22-4/ CONTROLLER FOR GALLEY EXTRACT FAN E1-37-1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR GALLEY SUPPLY FAN, S1-22-4/ CONTROLLER FOR GALLEY SUPPLY FAN, E1-37-1 Circuit Breaker. (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the galley supply ventilation fan.

3

GRIDDLE. Circuit Breaker GALLEY EXHAUST FAN E1-37-1/ CONTROLLER FOR GALLEY SUPPLY FAN S1-22-4. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) LVP FOR GALLEY EXHAUST FAN, E1-37-1/ CONTROLLER FOR GALLEY SUPPLY FAN, S1-22-4 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the griddle.

4

This circuit breaker protects the galley exhaust ventilation fan.

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Function

5

SPARE. Circuit Breaker Blank SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker FRY KETTLE. Circuit Breaker RANGE. Circuit Breaker

This is a spare circuit breaker.

6 7

These blank spaces provide room for expansion. This is a spare circuit breaker.

8

This is a spare circuit breaker.

9

This circuit breaker protects the fryer.

10

This circuit breaker protects the range.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Coffee Maker.

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1

2

O0193T73

Figure 11. Key Control/Indicator Function

Coffee Maker.

1

Cover

The cover keeps percolating coffee inside the coffee maker. It also provides access for filling and cleaning. This light illuminates to indicate that the coffee is ready.

2

Indicator Light

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1

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Toaster.

3

2
O0194T73

Figure 12. Key Control/Indicator Function

Toaster.

1

Operating Lever

When pressed, this lever activates the toaster heating elements while lowering the product for toasting.

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2

Color Selection Knob Crumb Tray

This knob adjusts from LIGHT to DARK to determine the color of the finished toast. The crumb tray is removed for cleaning by pulling it straight out.

3

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13.
1 2
INSTANT SENSOR

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Microwave Oven.

3
REHEAT POPCORN MINUTE PLUS

17

BAKED POTATOES

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0
MEMORY PLUS MED HIGH

DINNER PLATE

SOUP

COMPU COOK

16
1. Rolls, muffins 2. Fresh vegetables 3. Frozen vegetables 4. Hamburgers 5. Chicken pieces 6. Turkey breast
COMPU DEFROST

4

15

1. Roast beef, pork 2. Steaks, chops 3. Ground meat 4. Chicken, whole 5. Chicken pieces

14 13 12 11 10

AUTO START CLOCK
MED LOW DEF

TIMER PAUSE

5 6 7 8

LOW

MED

HIGH

STOP CLEAR

START

9
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Figure 13. Key Control/Indicator Function

Microwave Oven.

1 2 3

Time Display Door Open Button MINUTES PLUS Display

This digital readout displays the time of day or the remaining cooking time. PUSH this button to OPEN the door. Pressing this button once automatically sets the power lever to HIGH and the time to one minute. Pressing MINUTE PLUS during cooking increases time by one minute. These buttons are used for programming and selecting features.

4

Number Buttons

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5

MEMORY PLUS Button MED Button MED HIGH Button HIGH Button START Button STOP CLEAR Button

This button is used to enter/recall on cooking sequence into memory.

6 7 8 9 10

This button selects MEDIUM (50%) power level for cooking. This button selects MEDIUM HIGH (70%) power level for cooking. This button selects HIGH (100%) power level for cooking. This button starts the oven operation. This button stops the oven temporarily during cooking. It erases a mistake during programming and cancels the minute timer. Pressing twice during cooking cancels a program. This button selects a MEDIUM LOW/DEFROST (30%) power level for cooking.

11

MED LOW DEF Button LOW Button TIMER/PAUSE Button AUTO START CLOCK Button COMPU DEFROST Button COMPU COOK Button Instant Sensor Buttons

12 13

This button selects the LOW (10%) power level for cooking. This button is used to set the timer without cooking involved.

14

This button is used to program automatic start functions or to set the time of day. This button selects COMPU DEFROST mode and starts the operating procedure. This button selects COMPU COOK mode and starts the operating procedure.

15

16

17

These buttons select preprogrammed cooking controlled by an internal sensor.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 14. Range.

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1 2 3

O0196T73

Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator Function

Range.

1 2 3

Range Top Controls Thermostat TemperatureHeating Control

These knobs individually control the temperature of the range top elements. The thermostat controls the oven temperature. This control provides selection of LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH temperature control for the range oven.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. Griddle.

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2 1

3

2

O0197T73

Figure 15. Key Control/Indicator Function

Griddle.

1

Left Side Temperature Control Power ON Indicator

This knob controls the temperature on the left side of the griddle.

2

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the selected heating element is powered. This knob controls the temperature on the right side of the griddle.

3

Right Side Temperature Control

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 16. Ventilator Hood.

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1

2

1

O0198T73

Figure 16. Key Control/Indicator Function

Ventilator Hood.

1

Access Doors

These doors provide the means to visually inspect the internal components of the hood.

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2

Damper Control Knob

Pull OUT on the damper control knob to CLOSE the exhaust dampers.

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Table 17.

Fryer.

1

2

3

4

5

6

O0199T73

Figure 17. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fryer.

1 2

Power Indicator Heat Indicator

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the power is ON. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is applied to the heating elements. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the oil has reached an overtemperature condition.

3

Overtemp Indicator

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4

Thermostat

The thermostat is used to select the desired temperature setting: 200 to 400°F (93 to 204°C) in 25°F (14°C) increments. This switch turns the fryer ON and OFF.

5

ON/OFF POWER Switch Drain Valve

6

This valve drains oil from the fryer when OPEN.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 18. Ventilation Control Cabinet.

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1

2

5 6 24 23 22 21 20
START FAN START WASH EMERG STOP ONLY

PM

SUN

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

7 8 3 9 10 11 12 13 14 4

LOW DETERGENT FAN ON

HOLIDAY

FIRE CYCLE

WASH CYCLE

19
SELECT UNIT WASH TIMER DELAY TIMER

18
MINUTE HOUR DAY

HOLIDAY

CLOCK

ENTER

17

16

15
Figure 18. Ventilation Control Cabinet.

O0200T73

Key

Control/Indicator

Function

1

Pressure/ Temperature Gage TEST SWITCH Soap Container

This gage provides system pressure and temperature readings.

2 3

This is a momentary switch used to test the detergent pump. This container contains the soap supply for the hood system. The soap level may be seen through the sides of the container.

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Function

4 5 6 7

PW-29, Cutoff Valve Clock PM Indicator FIRE CYCLE Indicator HOLIDAY Indicator WASH CYCLE Indicator EMERG STOP ONLY Button DELAY TIMER Button WASH TIMER Button DAY Button HOUR Button ENTER Button CLOCK Button HOLIDAY Button MINUTE Button

The PW-29 cutoff valve controls the water supply to this system. The digital clock displays the time of day. The PM indicator illuminates to indicate the afternoon hours. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fire switch has been pulled or the thermostat has been activated. This indicator illuminates to indicate that no wash is programmed for that day. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the wash cycle is in progress.

8 9

10

This pushbutton is used for an emergency shutdown of the exhaust fan or wash cycle. This button is used to program the delay timer.

11

12

This button is used to program the wash timer.

13 14 15 16 17 18

This button is used to program the day of the week. This button is used to program the hour. This button is used during various programming functions. This button is used to set the clock. This button is used to program a holiday (non-functioning day). This button is used to program the minute.

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Function

19

SELECT UNIT Button START FAN Button START WASH Button FAN ON Indicator LOW DETERGENT Indicator Day of the Week Indicator

This button is used during various programming functions.

20 21

This pushbutton manually starts the exhaust fan. This pushbutton manually starts the wash cycle.

22 23

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is ON. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the detergent reservoir is empty or that the detergent pump is not pumping. This indicator illuminates to display the day of the week.

24

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Galley Fire Suppression System Cabinet.

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1

O0201T73

Figure 19. Galley Fire Suppression System Cabinet. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

COCKED/FIRED Indicator

When in the UP position, this indicator shows that the system is COCKED and ready for operation. When in the DOWN position, it shows that the system has been FIRED and is not ready for operation.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 20.
1

0055

Peeler.
2 3

4 7

6 5
O0202T73

Figure 20. Key Control/Indicator Function

Peeler.

1 2 3 4

Cover Lid Water Supply Pipe Flexible Hose and Faucet Coupling Timer Water Discharge Hose Discharge Door

This cover prevents splashing during operation. This lid allows input of unpeeled vegetables. This pipe provides cold fresh water to flush out peelings. This hose and coupling is used to connect the water supply pipe to the faucet.

5 6

This timer controls the peeler operation. It also acts as an ON/OFF switch. This hose is the outlet for water and peelings.

7

This door provides access for removal of peeled vegetables.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 21. Baker's Scale.

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1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

16 13 14 15 10 11 12

2
O0203T73

Figure 21. Key Control/Indicator Function

Baker's Scale.

1 2

Tray Readout

This tray holds the material to be weighed. This readout displays the weight of the item on the tray.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 22. Dishwasher.

0055

1

2

3

4

OVER TEMP

CYCLE ON OFF

O0204T73

Figure 22. Key Control/Indicator Function

Dishwasher.

1

Water Temperature Gage OVER TEMP Indicator CYCLE Indicator ON/OFF Switch

This gage indicates the temperature of the wash water.

2

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the wash water is too hot.

3 4

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the power is ON. This switch is used to turn the equipment ON and fill the sump tank at the start of the day and to drain the sump tank and turn the equipment OFF at the end of the day.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 23. Galley Exhaust Fan Motor Controller.

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1

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

3

START STOP

4 5

6
RESET

O0205T73

Figure 23. Key Control/Indicator

Galley Exhaust Fan Motor Controller.

Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit breaker protection. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is supplied to the motor controller.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

When pressed, this pushbutton starts the galley exhaust fan. When pressed, this pushbutton stops the galley exhaust fan. This pushbutton is used to reset the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. 220/110 V Distribution Panel.

0055

1

2

3

PHASE A

PHASE C

GROUND DETECT PUSH TO TEST

14 13 12 11

4 5 6 7

8 10 9 9

O0206T73

Figure 24. Key Control/Indicator Function

220/110 V Distribution Panel.

1 2 3

PHASE A Light PHASE C Light GROUND DETECT PUSH TO TEST Button GARBAGE DISPOSAL. Circuit Breaker

This light illuminates to indicate a ground fault in Phase A. This light illuminates to indicate a ground fault in Phase C. PUSH this button to test the operation of the ground fault indicator lights.

4

This circuit breaker protects the garbage disposal unit.

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Function

5

WASHER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) WASHER RECEPTACLE Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the washer in the laundry room.

6

CREW'S MESS TOASTER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) MESS/ RECREATION SPACE TOASTER RECEPTACLE Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the crew's mess toaster.

7

BEVERAGE DISPENSER. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker BLANK. ICE MAKER. Circuit Breaker TRASH COMPACTOR. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the beverage dispenser.

8

This spare 110 V circuit breaker provides for future expansion.

9 10

This blank space provides room for expansion. This circuit breaker protects the ice maker.

11

This circuit breaker protects the trash compactor.

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Function

12

GALLEY TOASTER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) GALLEY TOASTER RECEPTACLE Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the galley toaster.

13

DRYER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) DRYER RECEPTACLE Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the dryer in the laundry room.

14

DISHWASHER/ BOOSTER HEATER. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the dishwasher booster heater.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 25. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 1.

0055

2 1 12 4 11 5 10 9 8 6 7 3

O0207T73

Figure 25. Key Control/Indicator Function

120 V Distribution Panel No. 1.

1

GALLEY RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) GALLEY & MESS/ RECREATION SPACE RECEPTACLES Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the galley receptacles.

2

REFRIGERATOR. Circuit Breaker GALLEY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the reach-in refrigerator.

3

This circuit breaker protects the galley lights.

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Function

4

STEAM TABLES 1 & 2. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) J.B. FOR STEAM TABLES 1 & 2 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects steam tables 1 and 2.

5

MICROWAVE RECEPTACLE. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) J.B. FOR MICROWAVE MESS/ RECREATION SPACE & GALLEY Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the microwave receptacles.

6

SPARE. Circuit Breaker BLANK. GAYLORD CONT CABINET. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) GAYLORD CONTROL CABINET Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This is a spare circuit breaker.

7 8

These blank spaces provide room for expansion. This circuit breaker protects the ventilation hood control cabinet.

9

BLANK.

These blank spaces provide room for expansion.

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Function

10

MEAT SLICER & FOOD MIXER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) J.B. FOR MEAT SLICER, FOOD MIXER & GALLEY (RECEPTACLES) Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the meat slicer and the food mixer.

11

FREEZER. Circuit Breaker COFFEE POT. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) J.B. FOR COFFEE POT MESS/ RECREATION SPACE & GALLEY Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the reach-in freezer.

12

This circuit breaker protects the coffee pot.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS MAIN DECK STATEROOMS AND SANITARY SPACES

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Table 1.

Main Deck Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement.

1

2 3 4

5

6

7

8 9 10 11 12
X X X

X X

12 8 13 22 8 21

X X

UP

8, 5 20 19
X X

13 14

6 15 16 12 6 5 17 FWD
Figure 1. Key

5

8

6

18

8

O0208T73

Main Deck Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement. Function

Control/Indicator

1 2 3

PW-53 Cutoff Valve PW-52 Cutoff Valve PW-51 Cutoff Valve

This valve controls cold potable water to the sink. This valve controls hot potable water to the sink. This valve controls cold potable water to the sink.

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Control/Indicator

4 5

PW-50 Cutoff Valve Thermostat

This valve controls hot potable water to the sink. The thermostat controls the air temperature in the space. See Figure 2 for details. The intercom provides communication throughout the vessel. See Figure 3 for details. The sound powered telephone is used to communicate with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 4 for details. This switch turns ON and OFF the lighting in the space.

6

Intercom

7

Sound Powered Telephone Interior Lighting Switch PW-24, C.W. TO W.C. (Overhead) Cutoff Valve PW-48 Cutoff Valve PW-49 Cutoff Valve Convection Heater

8

9

This valve controls cold water to the water closet.

10 11 12

This valve controls hot potable water to the sink. This valve controls cold potable water to the sink. This heater provides additional heat in the sanitary spaces. See Figure 5 for details. When pulled, this fire alarm pull station activates the fire alarm.

13

Fire Alarm Pull Station HVAC SYS EMER STOP, Boatswain's Store Arms Locker EXH Fan E1-62-2 PW-46 Cutoff Valve PW-47 Cutoff Valve

14

This switch turns ON and OFF the boatswain's store exhaust fan E1-62-2.

15 16

This valve controls the hot potable water to the sink. This valve controls the cold potable water to the sink.

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0056

Control/Indicator

17 18

Fire Station No. 6 PW-23, C.W. TO W.C. (Overhead) Cutoff Valve 120 V Distribution Panel No. 3 Deck Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 3 Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 1 Hydraulic Watertight Door Controls General Alarm Bell

The fire station contains a hose and fire axe for firefighting capabilities. This valve controls cold water to the water closet.

19

This panel contains circuit breakers for many of the main deck electrical circuits. See Figure 6 for details. This fuse box contains the fuses for the main deck convection heaters and reheaters. See Figure 7 for details. This remote control controls the opening and closing of the hydraulic watertight door to AMS 1. See Figure 8 for details.

20

21

22

The general alarm bell sounds when the general alarm system is activated.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2.
1

0056

Thermostat.
2 3

60 50

70

80 90

90 80 70 60 50
O0209T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Thermostat.

1 2 3

Thermometer Set Point Dial Set Point Handle

This thermometer indicates the actual temperature in the space. This dial indicates the temperature for which the thermostat is set. This handle permits changing of the desired temperature for the space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3.
1 2 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS REL CALL BUSY

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Intercom.
4

B

9

PRESS TO RE LEASE

2

C
PRESS TO RE LEASE

VOLUME OFF

DIMMER C

MIC OR

HANDS FREE MAL

5

8
HANDSET PRESS TO TALK

6 7
O0210T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Intercom.

1 2 3 4 5 6

REL Indicator Station Pushbuttons CALL Indicator BUSY Indicator DIMMER Control HANDS FREE Control

This indicator illuminates to indicate that release of the system is required. These pushbuttons connect the unit to the selected station. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the system is in use. This control controls the illumination level of the intercom panel. This control provides hands free or press to talk transmission modes.

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7

MIC OR HANDSET Plug VOLUME Control PRESS TO RELEASE

This is a jack plug for an external microphone/handset.

8 9

This control controls the sound level of the intercom. When pressed, this button releases the station pushbuttons.

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Table 4. Sound Powered Telephone.

2 1 3
DIRECTORY
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1

6

4

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10

5

O0211T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate (On Bulkhead)

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines the available stations. This knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. This pushbutton is used to transmit. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 5.

Convection Heater.

1

2 3
90 85

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Convection Heater.

1

Manual Hi-Limit Switch ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch sets the temperature at which the heater will cut out. It overrides the thermostat setting. This switch turns the heater ON and OFF. The thermostat controls the temperature setting for the heater.

2 3

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60

65

70

75

80

O0212T73

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 3.

0056

1 13 12 11 10 9 8

2 3 4 5 6 7

O0213T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

120 V Distribution Panel No. 3.

1

MAIN DECK DRINKING FOUNTAIN. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) MAIN DECK DRINKING FOUNTAIN (MESS/ RECREATION SPACE) Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the main deck drinking fountain.

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Function

2

MAIN DECK STARBOARD LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker MAIN DECK PORT RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) MAIN DECK PORT RECEPTACLES & BUNK LIGHTS Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the starboard side main deck lights.

3

This circuit breaker protects the port side main deck receptacles.

4

MESS ROOM LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) MESS/ RECREATION SPACE & FAN ROOM LIGHTS Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the mess room lights.

5

01 & 02 LEVEL REHEATER FUSE BOX No. 1 Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the 01 and 02 level reheater fuse box 1.

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Function

6

SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker BLANK SPARE. Circuit Breaker MAIN DECK STARBOARD RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) MAIN DECK STARBOARD RECEPTACLES & BUNK LIGHTS Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This is a spare circuit breaker provided for future expansion.

7

This is a spare circuit breaker provided for future expansion.

8 9

This blank space is provided for expansion. This is a spare circuit breaker provided for future expansion.

10

This circuit breaker protects the starboard side main deck receptacles.

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Function

11

MAIN DECK REHEATER FUSE BOX No. 3 Circuit Breaker MAIN DECK PASSAGEWAY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker MAIN DECK PORT LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects main deck reheater fuse box 3.

12

This circuit breaker protects the main deck passageway lights.

13

This circuit breaker protects the port side main deck lights.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Deck Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 3.

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1 8 7
REHTR 1-48-1 SPARE REHTR 1-45-2 REHTR 1-31-2

2 3 4 5
REHTR 1-31-1

REHTR 1-42-1

SPARE

6

REHTR 1-52-1

O0214T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator

Deck Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 3.

Function

1

REHEATER 1-45-2 (.53 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER. 1-45-2 (.53 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide circuit protection for the terminal reheater for crew stateroom 3.

2

REHEATER. 1-42-1 (.46 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER. 1-42-1 (.46 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide circuit protection for the terminal reheater for crew stateroom 4.

3

SPARE. Fuses

This is a spare circuit.

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4 5

SPARE. Fuses REHEATER 1-52-1 (.33 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER. 1-52-1 (.33 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

This is a spare circuit. These fuses provide circuit protection for the terminal reheater for crew stateroom 1.

6

REHEATER 1-48-1 (.31 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER. 1-48-1 (.31 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide circuit protection for the terminal reheater for crew stateroom 2.

7

REHEATER 1-31-2 (2.66 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER. 1-31-2 (2.66 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide circuit protection for the terminal reheater for the mess/recreation space.

8

REHEATER 1-31-1 (2.43 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER. 1-31-1 (2.43 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide circuit protection for the terminal reheater for the galley.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. AMS 1 Hydraulic Watertight Door Controls.
1

0056

2

3

5 4

O0215T73

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

AMS 1 Hydraulic Watertight Door Controls.

Function

1 2

Fill Cap Door Position Indicator Handle Supply Cutoff Valve Return Cutoff Valve

The fill cap is used to fill the hydraulic reservoir. This indicator indicates the position of the AMS 1 hydraulic watertight door from CLOSED to OPEN. Turn this handle to OPEN or CLOSE the AMS 1 hydraulic watertight door. This valve secures the supply line from the pump to the cylinder. This valve secures the return line to the reservoir.

3 4 5

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS BOATSWAIN'S STORE, ARMS LOCKER, AND LAUNDRY ROOM

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Table 1.

Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Room General Arrangement.
1 2 3

19

4 5

18 17 16 6 15 14 13 12 7 8 3

9 11 10 FWD
O0216T73

Figure 1. Key

Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Room General Arrangement. Function

Control/Indicator

1 2

Dryer Remote Valve Operator, BB-10, OVBD DISCH BILGE EDUC. Valve Fire Extinguisher

The dryer is used to dry clothing items. See Figure 7 for details. The remote valve operator is a reach rod for the operation of BB-10, OVBD DISCH BILGE EDUC. valve.

3

The fire extinguisher is used to extinguish small fires on the main deck level.

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Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Room General Arrangement - Continued. Function

Control/Indicator

4

Arms Locker Drenching System Cutoff Valve Boatswain's Store Exhaust Fan E01-62-2 Public Address (PA) Speaker Volume Control General Alarm Bell PA Speaker

This valve turns the arms locker drenching system ON and OFF.

5

This exhaust fan ventilates the boatswain store.

6

The PA speaker volume control adjusts the level of the PA speaker. See Figure 2 for details.

7 8

The alarm bell signals various emergency conditions on the vessel. The PA speaker amplifies messages throughout the vessel. See Figure 2 for details. This supply fan provides ventilation to the boatswain's store, laundry room, and arms locker.

9

Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Supply Fan (S01-58-1) Remote Valve Operator BB12, BLST. TK. No. 1 SUCT. COV. Preheater 1-57-1 Thermostat Boatswain's Storeroom Supply Fan Controller Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) System Controller for Preheater and Reheater 1-57-1

10

The remote valve operator is a reach rod to OPEN and CLOSE valve BB12. BLST. TK. No. 1 SUCT. COV.

11

The thermostat turns the preheater ON and OFF.

12

This controller turns the boatswain's storeroom supply fan ON and OFF. See Figure 3 for details.

13

This controller provides electrical power to the preheater and reheater. See Figure 4 for details.

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Table 1. Boatswain's Store, Arms Locker, and Laundry Room General Arrangement - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

14

Boatswain Arms Locker Exhaust Fan Controller Interior Lighting Switch Sound Powered Telephone Washing Machine PW-30 PW-31

This controller controls power to the boatswain arms locker exhaust fan. See Figure 3 for details.

15

This switch turns the lighting in the space ON and OFF.

16

Used for intraship communication. See Figure 5 for details.

17 18 19

The washing machine is used to wash clothing items. See Figure 6 for details. This cutoff valve controls the hot potable water to the washing machine. This cutoff valve controls the cold potable water to the washing machine.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 2.

PA Speaker and Volume Control.

2 1

1 2 3 4 5

O0217T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

PA Speaker and Volume Control.

1 2

Loudspeaker Volume Control

The loudspeaker broadcasts the PA system. This controls the volume of the loudspeaker.

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Table 3.

Boatswain's Store Supply Fan Motor Controller.
1

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE

3 4

SLOW FAST

FAST SLOW

5 6 7

STOP

RESET

RESET

8
O0218T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator

Boatswain's Store Supply Fan Motor Controller.

Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE SLOW Indicator FAST Indicator FAST Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit protection. This indicator illuminates (green) to indicate that power is available to the controller. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at SLOW speed. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the fan is operating at FAST speed. This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at FAST speed.

3 4 5

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Control/Indicator

6 7 8

SLOW Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbuttons Table 4.

This pushbutton is used to operate the fan motor at SLOW speed. This pushbutton is used to STOP the fan motor. These pushbuttons are used to reset the motor controller.

HVAC System Controller for Re/Preheater 1-52-1.

1

O0219T73

Figure 4. HVAC System Controller for Re/Preheater 1-52-1. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the affected preheater or reheater ON or OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Sound Powered Telephone.
2 1 1 3
DIRECTORY
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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6

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10

4

5

O0220T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate (on wall)

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines available stations. The selector knob selects station to be called. Crank the magneto handle to call a station. Thus pushbutton is used to transmit. The directory plate lists telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Washer.

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1

2

3

PUSH RINGS TO STOP COTTON/ STURDY WARM COLD HOT LOW MED HIGH LIGHT MEDIUM HEAVY O F F PERMANENT HEAVY MEDIUM SOIL PRESS I LIGHT

SOIL HEAVY DUTY ALL COLD RINSE WATER TEMP 90 SERIES

OFF

WATER LEVEL OFF DELICATE I

O0221T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Washer.

1

WATER TEMP Control WATER LEVEL Control OFF and Selector Control

This selects wash water temperature (COLD, WARM, HOT).

2

This selects water level (LOW, MED, HIGH).

3

This selects the wash cycle. PULL the knob to START the operation, PUSH the knob to STOP the operation.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Dryer.

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1

2

COTTON/ STURDY 110 OFF

70 90

50

30 TOUCH UP 10 OFF 30

HEAVY DUTY

10 30 AIR
OFF

10

PERMANET PRESS

PUSH TO START

O0222T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function

Dryer.

1 2

Selection Knob PUSH TO START Button

This knob selects drying time and load type. This push button is used to START the dryer.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 01 LEVEL WEATHER DECKS

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Table 1.

01 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement.

1

2

3

4

5 6 7 8

UP

DN

19 18
DN

17 16 15 14 11
13

9 10

12 FWD
O0223T73

Figure 1. 01 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Crane

The crane is used to launch/retrieve the work boat, to handle towing gear and jewelry, and to lift heavy items on and off the vessel. See Figure 10 for details. This connection provides control for filling the vessel's fuel storage and day tanks. This connection provides control for filling the lube oil storage tank.

2

Fuel Fill Connection, Port Lube Oil Fill Connection Hydraulic Oil Fill Connection Lube Oil Tank Sounding Tube Ship's Bell

3

4

This connection provides control for filling the hydraulic oil storage tank.

5

This tube permits sounding of the lube oil tank.

6

This bell provides audible signals in certain situations.

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Control/Indicator

7

Arms Locker Drenching System Remote Cutoff Valve Anchor Windlass

This valve controls the water supply to the arms locker.

8

The anchor windlass raises and lowers the vessel's anchors. It is also used to handle lines on the gypsey heads. See Figure 2 for details. The sound powered telephone provides communication with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 3 for details. The fire station provides firefighting capability. See Figure 4 for details. These controls control the speed and direction of rotation for the anchor windlass. See Figure 5 details. This tube permits sounding of the oily waste tank.

9

Sound Powered Telephone Fire Station 9 Anchor Windlass Controls Oily Waste Tank Sounding Tube Fuel Fill Connection, Stbd Sound Powered Telephone Fire Station 7 Aft Auxiliary Control Station Towing Machine Operator Control Panel Work Boat

10 11

12

13

This connection provides control for filling the vessel's fuel storage and day tanks. The sound powered telephone provides communication with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 3 for details. The fire station provides firefighting capability. See Figure 4 for details. This station provides control of the main propulsion engines and bow thruster. See Figure 6 for details. This panel provides operator control of the towing machine and tow pins. See Figure 8 (LT 803 Only) and Figure 9 (All Other Vessels) for details.

14

15 16

17

18

The work boat is lowered over the side to work off the vessel. Refer to TM 55-1945-221-14&P and TM 55-1945-224-14&P for the workboat operator controls and indicators.

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Control/Indicator

19

Gasoline Storage Rack

The gasoline storage rack provides storage for three five-gal fuel cans.

Table 2.

Anchor Windlass.

3

2

1

1

2

3

O0224T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Anchor Windlass.

1 2

Brake Handwheel Dog Clutch

The handwheel controls the mechanical brake. The dog clutch engages and disengages the wildcats from the anchor windlass's main shaft. The wing nuts secure the shifter ring to the clutch shifter plate. They keep the dog clutch engaged/disengaged depending upon the clutch shifter plate position.

3

Wing Nuts

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Sound Powered Telephone.

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1

2

3 1

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

9

10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

4

6

5

O0225T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Pushbutton Magneto Handle DIRECTORY Plate

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial permits the operator to select from the available stations. The selector knob selects the station to be called. This pushbutton is used to transmit. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Fire Station.

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3 OPEN 1 2 SHUT 4 FOG

O0226T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Station.

1 2

Cutoff Valve All-Purpose Nozzle

This valve regulates the flow of raw water to the hose. The all-purpose nozzle regulates the flow of raw water exiting the hose. The all-purpose nozzle is capable of producing a solid stream of raw water or a high to low velocity fog using various applicators. This valve controls the flow of raw water from the nozzle. When in the SHUT position, the flow of water is stopped. When in the FOG position, the water is directed to the fog jet. In the OPEN position, water is directed to the single stream outlet. This plug provides an outlet connection to attach a 4-ft (1.22 m) or 12-ft (3.7 m) applicator.

3

Nozzle Valve

4

Fog Outlet Plug

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Anchor Windlass Controls.

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1

AFT 2

O0227T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Anchor Windlass Controls.

1

3-Way Ball Valve Handle Directional Control Valve Handle

This handle provides a HIGH and LOW motor speed range.

2

This handle controls the direction of rotation of the anchor windlass.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Aft Auxiliary Control Station.

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1

2

10

3 4

5 9

8
Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

7

6

O0228T73

Aft Auxiliary Control Station.

1

BOW THRUSTER Engine Throttle Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel Heater Lamp COMMAND TRANSFER

This throttle selects the port or starboard (stbd) direction and rpm of the bow thruster engine's propeller shaft. This panel contains various controls for propulsion systems onboard. See Figure 7 for details. This lamp illuminates when the aft auxiliary control station heater is activated. This switch transfers the vessel's control air from a remote location to this station.

2

3 4

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5

PORT MAIN ENGINE THROTTLE CLUTCH STBD MAIN ENGINE THROTTLE CLUTCH In Command Lamp

This throttle clutch determines the rpm of the port main engine, propeller shaft and its direction of rotation (ahead or astern).

6

This throttle clutch determines the rpm of the stbd main engine, propeller shaft and its direction of rotation (ahead or astern).

7

This lamp illuminates when the aft auxiliary control station is in command of the vessel's rudders. This control controls the movement of the vessel's rudders when the in command lamp is illuminated. This gage displays the control air pressure available.

8

Rudder Control Joystick CONTROL AIR PRESSURE Gage RUDDER ANGLE Indicator

9

10

This indicator displays the angle of the vessel's rudders.

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1

2

3

4, 5, 6

18

7, 8 9, 10

17

16

15

14

13

12
O0229T73

11

Figure 7. Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

STBD ENGINE RPM Tachometer BOW THRUSTER RPM Tachometer PORT ENGINE RPM Tachometer GAGE LIGHTS ON/OFF PORT ENGINE FAILURE

This gage displays the stbd engine rpm.

2

This gage displays rpm for the bow thruster drive shaft.

3

This gage displays the port engine rpm.

4

This button turns the gage lights ON and OFF.

5

This indicator illuminates when the port main engine has failed.

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6 7 8

ALARM SILENCE LAMP TEST PORT CLUTCH ASTERN Alarm PORT CLUTCH AHEAD LO PORT PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer PORT CLUTCH AHEAD HI STATION ACTIVE STBD CLUTCH AHEAD HI STBD CLUTCH AHEAD LO STBD CLUTCH ASTERN STBD PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer STBD ENGINE FAILURE

This pushbutton silences the alarm. This pushbutton tests the operation of the gage lights. This indicator illuminates when the port reduction gear is in the astern position.

9 10

This alarm sounds to alert the operator to an engine failure. This indicator illuminates when the port reduction gear is in the ahead slow position. This gage displays the port propeller shaft rpm.

11

12

This indicator illuminates when the port reduction gear is in the ahead full position. This indicator illuminates when the aft auxiliary control station is active. This indicator illuminates when the stbd reduction gear is in the ahead full position. This indicator illuminates when the stbd reduction gear is in the ahead slow position. This indicator illuminates when the stbd reduction gear is in the astern position.

13 14

15

16

17

This gage displays the stbd propeller shaft rpm.

18

This indicator illuminates when the stbd main engine has failed.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (LT 803 Only).

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1

2

3

4

5 6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13 27 14

15

16 26 17

25

24 18

23

22

21

20

19
O0230T73

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (LT 803 Only). Function

1

INBOARD TOW PIN LOWER/RAISE Switch

This switch is used to LOWER and RAISE the inboard stbd tow pin.

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Control/Indicator

2

OUTBOARD TOW PIN LOWER/RAISE Switch STBD MACH MAX CABLE OFF BYPASS Pushbutton Indicator STBD MACH CLUTCH BRAKE SLIPPAGE Indicator STBD SLIP ALARM Switch SYSTEM READY Indicator HYDRAULIC FAILURE Indicator PORT MACH CLUTCH BRAKE SLIPPAGE Indicator PORT SLIP ALARM Switch PORT MACH MAX CABLE OFF BYPASS Pushbutton Indicator OUTBOARD TOW PIN LOWER/RAISE Switch

This switch is used to LOWER and RAISE the outboard stbd tow pin.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that less than 300 ft (91 m) of cable remains on the stbd towing machine drum. Pressing the button overrides the cable off automatic shutdown.

4

This indicator illuminates when the stbd towing machine clutch brake has excessive slippage.

5

This switch is used to cut off the slip alarm for the stbd towing machine.

6

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the control station has electrical power. This indicator illuminates to indicate low oil level and/or high oil temperature in the hydraulic system. This indicator illuminates when the port towing machine clutch brake has excessive slippage.

7

8

9

This switch is used to cut off the slip alarm for the port towing machine.

10

This indicator illuminates to indicate that less than 300 ft (91 m) of cable remains on the port towing machine drum. Pressing the button overrides the cable off automatic shutdown.

11

This switch is used to RAISE and LOWER the outboard port tow pin.

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Control/Indicator

12

INBOARD TOW PIN LOWER/RAISE Switch PRESSURE LOW Indicator LINE PULL METER ALARM SILENCE Pushbutton ALARM RESET Pushbutton CABLE OFF METER PAYOUT/HEAVE Lever PORT TORQUE Speed Control SYSTEM PRESSURE Gage LOCAL/NORMAL Operation Control PILOT PRESSURE Gage STBD TORQUE Speed Control PAYOUT/HEAVE Lever

This switch is used to RAISE and LOWER the inboard port tow pin.

13

This indicator illuminates to indicate low hydraulic oil pressure.

14 15

This meter indicates the load applied to the port towing machine. This pushbutton is used to silence the alarm horn.

16

This pushbutton is used to reset the fault lights when a malfunction has been corrected. This gage indicates the amount of cable payed out from the port towing machine. This lever controls the direction of the port towing machine.

17

18

19

When in the DOWN position, this control selects HIGH speed, and when in the UP position, it selects LOW speed for the port towing maching hydraulic motor. This gage indicates hydraulic system operating pressure.

20

21

When in the UP position, local control is available at the towing machine. When in the DOWN position, control is available from the aft control station. This gage indicates the pressure present within the hydraulic control system.

22

23

When in the DOWN position, this control selects HIGH speed, and when in the UP position, it selects LOW speed for the stbd towing machine hydraulic motor. This lever controls the direction of the stbd towing machine.

24

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Control/Indicator

25

HYDRAULIC PUMP ENG SHUTDOWN Switch CABLE OFF INDICATOR Gage LINE PULL METER

This switch provides remote shutdown for the pump drive engine and the electric motors for the central hydraulic system.

26

This gage indicates the amount of cable payed out from the stbd towing machine. This meter indicates the load applied to the stbd towing machine.

27

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SYSTEM READY

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8

9

10

11

12 13 14

TOW ROLLER TOW ROLLER STBD MACHINE STBD MACHINE SLIP ALARM UP DOWN UP DOWN CLUTCH-BRAKE MAX CABLE-OFF OFF ON SLIPPAGE BYPASS

SLIP ALARM PORT MACHINE PORT MACHINE TOW ROLLER TOW ROLLER OFF ON MAX CABLE-OFF CLUTCH-BRAKE UP DOWN UP DOWN BYPASS SLIPPAGE

27
HYDRAULIC FAILURE

AL1

AL2

F1

F2

AL1

AL2

F1

F2

15 16

PRESSURE LOW

26

LINE TENSION X 10 (LBS.) BASED ON 4TH LAYER 2ND LAYER X 1.2 7TH LAYER X .7

LINE TENSION X 10 (LBS.) BASED ON 4TH LAYER 2ND LAYER X 1.2 7TH LAYER X .7

ALARM SILENCE

AL1

AL2

F1

F2

ALARM RESET

AL1

AL2

F1

F2

CABLE OFF DRUM (FT.)

CABLE OFF DRUM (FT.)

17 18

25

19

PAYOUT
STBD PULL UP FOR HIGH TORQUE TOW SPEED

PAYOUT
PILOT PRESSURE
SYSTEM PRESSURE
PORT PULL UP FOR HIGH TORQUE TOW SPEED

PUSH UP FOR NORMAL OPERATION AT CRANE
PUSH DOWN FOR NORMAL OPERATION
PUSH DOWN FOR NORMAL OPERATION

HEAVE

PUSH DOWN FOR NORMAL OPERATION AT CONSOLE

HEAVE

24

20

23

22

21

O0231T73

Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator

Towing Machine Operator Control Panel (All Other Vessels). Function

1

TOW ROLLER UP/DOWN Switch TOW ROLLER UP/DOWN Switch

This switch is used to LOWER and RAISE the outboard stbd tow pin.

2

This switch is used to LOWER and RAISE the inboard stbd tow pin.

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Control/Indicator

3

STBD MACHINE CLUTCH-BRAKE SLIPPAGE Indicator STBD MACHINE MAX CABLE-OFF BYPASS Pushbutton Indicator SLIP ALARM OFF/ON Switch SYSTEM READY Indicator HYDRAULIC FAILURE Indicator SLIP ALARM OFF/ON Switch PORT MACHINE MAX CABLE OFF BYPASS Pushbutton Indicator PORT MACHINE CLUTCH BRAKE SLIPPAGE Indicator TOW ROLLER UP/DOWN Switch TOW ROLLER UP/DOWN Switch

This indicator illuminates when the stbd towing machine clutch brake has excessive slippage.

4

This indicator illuminates to indicate that less than 300 ft (91 m) of cable remains on the stbd towing machine drum. Pressing the button overrides the cable's automatic shutdown.

5

This switch is used to turn on or off the slip alarm for the stbd towing machine.

6

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the control station has electrical power. This indicator illuminates to indicate low oil level and/or high oil temperature in the hydraulic system. This switch is used to turn on or off the slip alarm for the port towing machine.

7

8

9

This indicator illuminates to indicate that less than 300 ft (91 m) of cable remains on the port towing machine drum. Pressing the button overrides the cable off automatic shutdown.

10

This indicator illuminates when the port towing machine clutch brake has excessive slippage.

11

This switch is used to RAISE and LOWER the inboard port tow pin.

12

This switch is used to RAISE and LOWER the outboard port tow pin.

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0058

Control/Indicator

13

SYSTEM PRESSURE LOW Indicator LINE TENSION Meter ALARM SILENCE Pushbutton CABLE-OFF DRUM Meter ALARM RESET Pushbutton STOP Switch

This indicator illuminates to indicate low hydraulic oil pressure.

14

This meter indicates the load applied to the port towing machine.

15

This pushbutton is used to silence the alarm horn.

16

This gage indicates the amount to cable payed out from the port towing machine. This pushbutton is used to reset the fault lights when a malfunction has been corrected. This switch provides remote shutdown for the pump drive engine and the electric motors for the central hydraulic system. This lever controls the direction of the port towing machine.

17

18

19

PAYOUT/HEAVE Lever PORT TORQUE Speed Control SYSTEM PRESSURE Gage LOCAL/NORMAL Operation Control PILOT PRESSURE Gage STBD TORQUE Speed Control

20

When in the DOWN position, this control selects HIGH speed, and when in the UP position, it selects LOW speed for the port towing machine hydraulic motor. This gage indicates hydraulic system operating pressure.

21

22

When in the UP position, local control is available at the towing machine. When in the DOWN position, control is available from the aft control station. This gage indicates the pressure present within the hydraulic control system.

23

24

When in the DOWN position, this control selects HIGH speed, and when in the UP position, it selects LOW speed for the stbd towing machine hydraulic motor.

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Control/Indicator

25

PAYOUT/HEAVE Lever CABLE-OFF DRUM Meter LINE TENSION Meter

This lever controls the direction of the stbd towing machine.

26

This gage indicates the amount of cable payed out from the stbd towing machine. This meter indicates the load applied to the stbd towing machine.

27

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10.
1

0058

Crane.

LUBRICATION DATA

2
70

2

90

80
60
50
40
30

20

10

0

2
TEST BY PASS MODE

6 5

4

3

2 2

TEST

BY PASS

MODE

LEFT SWING

EXTEND TELESCOPE RETRACT

LOWER WINCH

LOWER BOOM

HOIST

RAISE

RIGHT

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Figure 10. Key Control/Indicator Function

Crane.

1

Boom Angle Indicator Load Moment Indicator (LMI)

This pointer indicates the angle of the boom. It is used in conjunction with the load chart to determine safe lifting capacities. The LMI monitors the boom angle, boom length, and hook load to ensure that the operational limits of the crane are not exceeded. See Figure 11 for details.

2

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3 4 5

BOOM Control WINCH Control TELESCOPE Control SWING Control

This control LOWERS or RAISES the boom. This control LOWERS or RAISES the towing winch cable. This control extends or retracts the boom, adjusting its length.

6

This control rotates the crane RIGHT or LEFT.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Load Moment Indicator.

0058

2

3

4

1

6
TEST BY PASS MODE

5

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Figure 11. Load Moment Indicator. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Receiver/Display Panel

The receiver/display panel receives signals from the angle sensor, laser emitter, and load cell. If the load exceeds the crane's set limits, the receiver/ display panel will activate an audible and visual alarm. The boom angle sensor senses the boom's angle and transmits this data to the receiver/display panel. The emitter sends a laser beam to the target plate to determine the boom extended length. The target provides a target for the laser emitter.

2

Angle Sensor

3

Laser Emitter

4

Target Plate

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5

Load Cell

The load cell measures the tension on the crane's wire rope and sends weight calculation information to the receiver/display panel. The power converter provides 12 V DC to the receiver/display panel.

6

Power Converter

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR (EDG) ROOM

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Room, General Arrangement.

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1

2

3

4

5 6 21

7 8 9 10 11 20 12 19 13

18 17 FWD 8 16 15

14

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Figure 1. Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Room, General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

120 V Emergency Load Center Distribution Panel

This panel contains circuit breakers that control and protect the emergency distribution system. See Figure 2 for details.

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Control/Indicator

2

Interior Lighting Switch EDG Control Panel

This switch turns ON and OFF the interior lights in the space.

3

This control panel contains indicators and controls for the emergency diesel generator. See Figure 3 for details. This switchboard provides indicators and controls for the emergency generating circuits. See Figure 4 for details. This pushbutton is used to turn OFF the fuel oil transfer pump 1 from the EDG room.

4

Emergency Switchboard #1 FUEL OIL TRANSFER PUMP REMOTE OFF Pushbutton Sound Powered Telephone EDG Day Tank (Overhead) Cutoff Valves, Jacket Water Heater Fuel Gage, EDG Day Tank Dipstick

5

6

The sound powered telephone provides communication with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 5 for details. The day tank stores fuel oil for use by the EDG.

7

8

These valves secure the flow of engine coolant to and from the jacket water heater. This gage indicates the fuel oil level present in the EDG day tank.

9

10

The dipstick indicates the lube oil level in the EDG engine.

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Control/Indicator

11

EDG STARTING BATTERY BANK #2 (bottom) and EDG STARTING BATTERY BANK #1 (top) Drain Valve, EDG Day Tank Cutoff Valve, EDG Day Tank Fill EDG Fuel Oil Supply Valve EMER DIESEL GENERATOR STARTING BATTERY SW Switch BATTERY CHARGER EMER DIESEL GEN Fuel Pressure Gage Fuel Filter/Water Separator

These are the two banks of starting batteries to start the EDG.

12

This valve permits condensation and particulates to be drained from the bottom of the EDG day tank. This valve secures the fill line to the EDG day tank.

13

14

This valve secures the supply of fuel oil to the EDG.

15

This switch permits selection between the two diesel starting battery banks.

16

This charges the EDG starting battery banks and maintains their charge when the EDG is not running. See Figure 6 for details.

17 18

This gage indicates the fuel oil pressure available to the EDG engine. The separator removes water and larger particulates from the fuel oil entering the engine.

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Control/Indicator

19

Cutoff Valve, Fuel Supply to Fuel Filter/Water Separator Drain Valve, Fuel Filter/Water Separator DE-9, E.D.G. EXH. DR. Valve

This valve secures the fuel oil supply upstream of the fuel filter/water separator.

20

This valve permits water and sediment to be drained from the fuel filter/water separator.

21

When OPEN, this valve permits condensate to be drained from the EDG exhaust system.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. 120 V Emergency Load Center Distribution Panel.

0059

1

2

PHASE A

PHASE B

PHASE C

GROUND DETECTION PUSH TO LIGHT LAMPS

12 11 10 9 8

3 4 5 6 7

O0235T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator

120 V Emergency Load Center Distribution Panel. Function

1

PHASE A, PHASE B, PHASE C Indicators GROUND DETECTION PUSH TO TEST LAMPS Pushbutton

These lamps illuminate to indicate ground fault conditions.

2

This pushbutton is used to test the ground fault indicator lamps.

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Control/Indicator

3

MAIN DECK 01 & 02 LEVEL EMERGENCY LIGHTING PANEL No. 1. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) MAIN DECK 01 & 02 LEVELS EMERGENCY LIGHTING PANEL No. 1 Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects 120 V main deck, 01 & 02 level emergency lighting panel 1.

4

EXTERIOR EMERGENCY LIGHTING PANEL No. 2. Circuit Breaker RADIO ROOM ELEX DISTRIBUTION PANEL. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects 120 V emergency lighting panel 2.

5

This circuit breaker protects the 120 V ELEX distribution panel.

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Control/Indicator

6

GENERAL ALARM BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) GENERAL ALARM D.C. POWER PANEL BATTERY CHARGER Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the general alarm system battery charger.

7

EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR JACKET WATER HEATER. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker NAVIGATION LIGHTING PANEL. Circuit Breaker EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR SET BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the EDG jacket water heater.

8

This is a spare circuit breaker.

9

This circuit breaker protects the navigation lighting panel.

10

This circuit breaker protects the EDG set's battery charger.

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Control/Indicator

11

PILOTHOUSE EMERGENCY DISTRIBUTION PANEL. Circuit Breaker ENGINE ROOM EMERGENCY DISTRIBUTION PANEL No. 1. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the 120 V pilothouse emergency distribution panel.

12

This circuit breaker protects 120 V emergency distribution panel 1.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 3.
1

Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Control Panel.
2 3 4 5

WARNING

RESET

6

0 3 2 1

7 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8
O0236T73

Figure 3. Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Control Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

V Gage Voltage Adjust Rheostat Hz Gage A Gage Engine Control Display Engine Control Display Pushbutton

This gage provides a digital readout of generator output voltage. This rheostat adjusts the generator output voltage.

3 4 5

This gage provides digital readout of generator output frequency in Hz. This gage provides a digital readout of generator output current. This display provides digital readout of various engine operating indicators.

6

This pushbutton scrolls through the various engine operating indicators displayed on the screen.

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Control/Indicator

7

REVERSE POWER Indicator EMERGENCY STOP Indicator LOW OIL PRESSURE Indicator HIGH COOLANT TEMP Indicator OVERSPEED Indicator OVERCRANK Indicator Automatic Control Switch

This indicator illuminates to indicate a reversed power connection to the EDG.

8

This indicator illuminates to indicate that an emergency stop has occurred.

9

This indicator illuminates to indicate that low lube oil pressure in the EDG engine caused the emergency stop.

10

This indicator illuminates to indicate that high coolant temperature in the EDG engine caused the emergency stop. This indicator illuminates to indicate that an overspeed condition caused the emergency stop. This indicator illuminates to indicate that an overcrank condition caused the emergency stop. This switch permits switching between OFF/RESET, AUTO, MAN, and STOP. In the OFF/RESET position, the control panel is reset after an emergency stop condition. In the AUTO position, the EDG will start automatically when normal vessel power is lost. In the MAN position, manual starting of the EDG may be accomplished. In the STOP position, the EDG will shut down despite the lack of normal vessel power. This pushbutton is used to stop the EDG engine in case of an emergency.

11

12

13

14

Emergency Shutdown Pushbutton Lamp/Display Test Switch Ammeter/Voltmeter Phase Selector Switch

15

This switch is used to test the indicators and panel lights.

16

This switch selects the phase to display on the digital voltmeter and digital ammeter.

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0059

1

2

3

4

5

6 7 8 9 10 27 26 25 24 23 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 22 19 20 21 16

28

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Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Emergency Switchboard.

1 2

AC Voltmeter Voltmeter Selector Switch

The voltmeter indicates EDG output voltage. This switch selects between OFF, 1-2, 2-3, and 3-1 for the voltmeter.

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3 4

AC Ammeter Ammeter Selector Switch Hz Meter EMG GENERATOR POWER AVAILABLE Indicator EMER GENERATOR CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSED Indicator MAIN SWBD BUS TIE CIRCUIT BREAKER OPEN Indicator MAIN SWBD BUS TIE CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSED Indicator MAIN SWBD BUS TIE CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSED Pushbutton MAIN SWBD BUS TIE CIRCUIT BREAKER OPEN Pushbutton "C" PHASE Indicator

The ammeter indicates the EDG output current in A. This switch selects between OFF, 1, 2, and 3 for the ammeter.

5 6

This meter indicates the generator output frequency in Hz. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the EDG is supplying the switchboard.

7

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the emergency generator circuit breaker is CLOSED.

8

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the main switchboard bus tie circuit breaker is OPEN.

9

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the main switchboard bus tie circuit breaker is CLOSED.

10

This pushbutton is used to CLOSE the main switchboard bus tie.

11

This pushbutton is used to OPEN the main switchboard bus tie.

12

This indicator illuminates to indicate a ground fault on the C phase bus.

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Function

13

"B" PHASE Indicator "A" PHASE Indicator EMG GEN BUS GND DET PUSH TO TEST LAMPS Pushbutton Spare Circuit Breaker Steering Gear Pump #1 Circuit Breaker FIRE PUMP #1 Circuit Breaker 3 - 10KVA 10 XFMRS Circuit Breaker FUEL OIL XFER PUMP Circuit Breaker BILGE PUMP #1 Circuit Breaker ENG. CONTROL SW MAN OFF STBY Switch

This indicator illuminates to indicate a ground fault on the B phase bus.

14

This indicator illuminates to indicate a ground fault on the A phase bus.

15

This pushbutton is used to test the ground fault indicator lamps.

16

This is a spare circuit breaker.

17

This circuit breaker provides control of and protection for steering gear pump 1. This circuit breaker provides control of and protection for fire pump 1.

18

19

This circuit breaker provides control of and protection for the transformers mounted above EDG.

20

This circuit breaker provides control of and protection for the fuel oil transfer pumps.

21

This circuit breaker provides control of and protection for bilge pump 1.

22

This switch selects the mode EDG operation between OFF, MAN, and STBY. In OFF, the EDG is always OFF regardless of the normal power condition. In MAN, the EDG is enabled to operate manually regardless of the normal power condition. In STBY, the EDG will start, run, and take the load whenever normal power is lost. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the feedback switch is set to the FEEDBACK position.

23

BUS TIE BKR SET FOR FEEDBACK Indicator

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BUS TIE BKR FEEDBACK SW Normal Feedback MAIN SWBD BUS TIE CIRCUIT BREAKER EMG GENERATOR CIRCUIT BREAKER OPEN CLOSE Switch EMG GENERATOR CIRCUIT BREAKER OPEN Indicator EMG GENERATOR AUTO VOLT RHEO

Use this key lock switch to select the FEEDBACK position for the bus tie breaker.

25

This circuit breaker ties the emergency switchboard to the main switchboard.

26

This switch selects the OPEN or CLOSED position for the emergency generator circuit breaker.

27

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the emergency generator circuit breaker is OPEN.

28

This rheostat adjusts the output voltage of the EDG.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Sound Powered Telephone.

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1

2 3
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

1
DIRECTORY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

6

4

5

O0238T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate (on bulkhead)

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines the available stations. The selector knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. This pushbutton is used to transmit. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6.
1

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Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Battery Charger.

10 0

20

30 40

50

2

A.C. SWITCH

O0239T73

Figure 6. Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG) Battery Charger. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Ammeter AC SWITCH

The ammeter indicates the charging current from the battery charger. This switch turns the battery charger ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 01 LEVEL STATEROOMS AND SANITARY SPACES

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Table 1.

01 Level Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement.
1 2 3 4, 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1 5 12 28 13 4, 5 8 27 8 26 25 2 5, 6 1 16 24 17 2 1
UP DN

10

14 15

4, 5

23 22 2

1

21 FWD

20 8

19 18 9
O0240T73

Figure 1. 01 Level Staterooms and Sanitary Spaces, General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Thermostat

The thermostat controls the temperature within the space. See Figure 2 for details. This switch turns the interior lighting within the space ON and OFF.

2

Interior Lighting Switch 120 V Pilothouse Emergency Distribution Panel

3

This panel contains circuit breakers for the pilothouse electrical gear. See Figure 3 for details.

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Control/Indicator

4

Sound Powered Telephone Intercom

The sound powered telephone provides communication with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 4 for details. The intercom provides communication with other stations onboard the vessel. See Figure 5 for details. This valve controls cold potable water to the sink. This valve controls hot potable water to the sink.

5

6 7

PW-61 Valve PW-26, C.W. TO W.C. Convection Heater

8

This heater supplies supplemental heat to the sanitary spaces. See Figure 6 for details. Pull DOWN on the box to sound the fire alarm.

9

Fire Alarm Pull Station Convector Heater 120 V Fuse Box No. 2 01 & 02 Level Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 1 PW-58 Valve PW-56 Valve Public Address (PA) Speaker and Volume Control Fire Station 8

10

This box contains fuses for the 01 and 02 level convection heaters. See Figure 7 for details.

11

This box contains fuses for the 01 and 02 level reheaters. See Figure 8 for details.

12 13 14

This valve controls hot potable water to the sink. This valve controls cold potable water to the sink. This provides communication to the space. See Figure 9 for details.

15

The fire station provides hose, nozzle, and fire main valve for firefighting. See Figure 10 for details. This valve controls cold potable water to the sanitary space.

16

PW-55 Valve

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Control/Indicator

17 18

PW-57 Valve 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2 220 V Air Conditioning Distribution Panel PW-60 Valve PW-59 Valve 02 Level Fire main Drain Down Valve 120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2 General Alarm System Distribution Panel Contact Maker General Alarm System General Alarm Bell PW-63 Valve PW-64 Valve

This valve controls hot potable water to the sanitary space. This panel contains circuit breakers for many of the electrical systems onboard the vessel. See Figure 11 for details. This panel contains circuit breakers for the pilothouse and radio room rooftop air conditioning units. See Figure 12 for details.

19

20 21 22

This valve controls hot potable water to the sink. This valve controls cold potable water to the sink. The 02 level fire main drain down valve allows the fire main piping above the 01 level to be drained of water for maintenance and storage. This panel contains circuit breakers for the exterior emergency lighting. See Figure 13 for details.

23

24

This panel contains circuit breakers for the general alarm system.

25

When rotated to the ON position, the general alarm sounds.

26 27 28

This bell sounds when the general alarm system is activated. This valve controls cold potable water to the sink. This valve controls hot potable water to the sink.

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1

0060

Thermostat.
2 3

60 50

70

80 90

90 80 70 60 50
O0241T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Thermostat.

1 2 3

Thermometer Set Point Dial Set Point Handle

The thermometer indicates the actual temperature in the space. This dial indicates the temperature at which the thermostat is set. This handle permits changing of the desired temperature for the space.

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0060

1 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

O0242T73

Figure 3. 120 V Pilothouse Emergency Distribution Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

SPARE. Circuit Breaker PORT SEARCH LIGHT POWER SUPPLY. Circuit Breaker

This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

2

This circuit breaker protects the port searchlight.

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3

GMDSS 12 V DC BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) PILOTHOUSE 12 V SYSTEM, BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) 12 V DC Battery Charger.

4

SPEED LOG 85 ELECTRONICS UNIT. Circuit Breaker STARBOARD SEARCH LIGHT POWER SUPPLY. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker WINDSCREEN ELEMENTS (AFT). Circuit Breaker POWER SUPPLY (GMDSS). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) SPARE. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the speed log.

5

This circuit breaker protects the starboard searchlight.

6

This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

7

This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

8

This circuit breaker protects the aft pilothouse window heaters.

9

This circuit breaker protects the GMDSS power supply.

This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

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10

DSC 500 POWER (GMDSS). Circuit Breaker INTERCOM SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker BLANK BLANK SPARE. Circuit Breaker RECEPTACLES (GMDSS). Circuit Breaker SONAR DIGITAL AN/SQN (ECHO SOUNDER DISPLAY). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) GDS/01 ECHO SOUNDER DISPLAY. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the GMDSS marine Very High Frequency (VHF) radio.

11

This circuit breaker protects the intercom system.

12 13 14

This blank space is provided for expansion. This blank space is provided for expansion. This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

15

This circuit breaker protects the GMDSS receptacles.

16

This circuit breaker protects the digital sonar unit's display.

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17

WINDSCREEN ELEMENTS (FWD). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) WINDSCREEN ELEMENTS (FORWARD). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the forward pilothouse window heaters.

18

X BAND RADAR MOTOR. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) X BAND RADAR MOTOR (R-RN-1001). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the X band radar motor.

19

RADAR DISTRIBUTION PANEL. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) UPS FOR RADAR POWER DISTRIBUTION PANEL (PILOTHOUSE). Circuit Breakers (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the 120 V radar power distribution panel.

20

SPARE. Circuit Breaker

This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

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0060

21

S BAND RADAR MOTOR. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) S BAND RADAR MOTOR (CR-RN-2001). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the S band radar motor.

22

POWER SUPPLY (GMDSS). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) POWER SUPPLY RECEPTACLE (GMDSS). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the GMDSS power supply.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. Sound Powered Telephone.

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2 1 3
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 18 19 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

6 1
DIRECTORY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4

5

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Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Sound Powered Telephone.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Handset Selector Dial Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTOR Plate (on bulkhead)

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. The selector dial outlines the available stations. The selector knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. This pushbutton is used to transmit. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Intercom.

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1

2

3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

4

REL

CALL

BUSY

B

9

PRESS TO RE LEASE

2

C
PRESS TO RE LEASE

VOLUME OFF

DIMMER C

MIC OR

HANDS FREE MAL

5

8
HANDSET PRESS TO TALK

6 7
O0244T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Intercom.

1 2 3 4 5 6

REL Indicator Station Pushbuttons CALL Indicator BUSY Indicator DIMMER Control HANDS FREE Control MIC OR HANDSET Plug VOLUME Control

This indicator illuminates to indicate that release of the system is required. These pushbuttons connect the unit to the selected station. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the system is in use. This control controls the illumination level of the intercom panel. This control provides hands free or press to talk transmission modes.

7

This is a jack plug for an external microphone/handset.

8

This control controls the sound level of the intercom.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5. Key Control/Indicator Function Intercom - Continued.

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9

PRESS TO RELEASE

When pressed, this releases the station pushbuttons.

Table 6.

Convection Heater.

1

2 3
85
90

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Function

Convection Heater.

1

Manual Reset Switch ON/OFF Switch Thermostat

This switch sets the temperature at which the heater will cut out. It overrides the thermostat setting. This switch turns the heater ON and OFF. The thermostat controls the temperature setting for the heater.

2 3

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60

65

70

75

80

O0245T73

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Convector Heater 120 V Fuse Box No. 2.

0060

1 2 12 3 11 4 10 5 9 6 8 7

O0246T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator

Convector Heater 120 V Fuse Box No. 2.

Function

1

CONVECTOR HEATER 01-36-2 (.6 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) CONVECTOR HEATER 01-36-2 (.75 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the 01 level passageway sanitary space.

2

CONVECTOR HEATER 01-44-2 (.5 KW). Fuses SPARE. Fuses

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the officer's stateroom 2 sanitary space.

3

Spare fuses for future expansion.

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4

CONVECTOR HEATER 1-51-2 (.5 KW). Fuses SPARE. Fuses CONVECTOR HEATER 1-56-1 (.75 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) CONVECTOR HEATER 1-56-1 (.6 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the chief engineer's stateroom sanitary space.

5 6

Spare fuses for future expansion. These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the crew's stateroom 1 sanitary space.

7 8

SPARE. Fuses CONVECTOR HEATER 01-57-2 (.1.2 KW). Fuses CONVECTOR HEATER 01-51-1 (.5 KW). Fuses CONVECTOR HEATER 1-40-2 (.1.2 KW). Fuses CONVECTOR HEATER 1-50-2 (.6 KW). Fuses CONVECTOR HEATER 01-45-1 (.6 KW). Fuses

Spare fuses for future expansion. These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the laundry room.

9

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the captain's stateroom sanitary space.

10

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the main deck passageway sanitary space.

11

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the crew's stateroom 3 sanitary space.

12

These fuses provide protection for the convection heater in the officer's stateroom 1 sanitary space.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. 01 & 02 Level Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 1.

0060

1 12

2 3

11 4 10 5 9 6 8 7

O0247T73

Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator

01 & 02 Level Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 1.

Function

1

REHEATER 01-34-1 (.39 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 01-34-1 (.39 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the reheater in the Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) stateroom.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. 01 & 02 Level Reheater 120 V Fuse Box No. 1 - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

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2

REHEATER 01-41-1 (.39 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 01-41-1 (.39 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the reheater in officer's stateroom 1.

3

REHEATER 01-50-2 (.35 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 01-50-2 (.3 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the reheater in the chief engineer's stateroom.

4

PORT BRIDGE WING CONSOLE HEATER. Fuses REHEATER 01-39-2 (.58 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 01-39-1 (.59 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the heater in the port pilothouse wing station.

5

These fuses protect the reheater in officer's stateroom 2.

6 7

SPARE. Fuses SPARE. Fuses

These are spare fuses for future expansion. These are spare fuses for future expansion.

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8

REHEATER 02-44-1 (2.02 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 02-40-2 (2.02 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the reheater in the pilothouse.

9

Reheater 02-46-2 (2.06 KW). (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 02-40-2 (2.06 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the reheater in the pilothouse.

10

STARBOARD BRIDGE WING CONSOLE HEATER. Fuses REHEATER 01-50-1 (.3 KW). Fuses (LT 803 Only) TERMINAL REHEATER 05-50-1 (.3 KW). Fuses (All Other Vessels)

These fuses protect the heater in the starboard pilothouse wing station.

11

These fuses protect the reheater in the captain's stateroom.

12

SPARE. Fuses

These are spare fuses for future expansion.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9. PA Speaker and Volume Control.

0060

2 1

1 2 3 4 5

O0248T73

Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator Function

PA Speaker and Volume Control.

1 2

Loudspeaker Volume Control

This loudspeaker broadcasts the PA system. This control controls the volume of the loudspeaker.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Fire Station.

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3 1

OPEN

FOG SHUT 4

2

O0249T73

Figure 10. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Station.

1

Cutoff Valve

This valve regulates the flow of raw water to the hose.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Key Control/Indicator Function Fire Station - Continued.

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2

All-Purpose Nozzle

The all-purpose nozzle regulates the flow of raw water exiting the hose. The all-purpose nozzle is capable of producing a solid stream of raw water or a high to low velocity fog using various applicators. This valve controls the flow of raw water from the nozzle. When in the SHUT position, the flow of water is stopped. When in the FOG position, the water is directed to the fog jet. In the OPEN position, water is directed to the single stream outlet. This plug provides an outlet connection to attach a 4-ft (1.22 m) or 12-ft (3.7 m) applicator.

3

Nozzle Valve

4

Fog Outlet Plug

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0060

Table 11. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2.

1 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

O0250T73

Figure 11. 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

01 LEVEL PORT LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker PILOTHOUSE FRESH AIR 2-SPEED SUPPLY FANS. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) PILOTHOUSE FRESH AIR SUPPLY FANS. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the lights on the port side of the 01 level.

2

This circuit breaker protects the pilothouse supply fans.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2 - Continued.

0060

Function

3

01 LEVEL STARBOARD RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker PILOTHOUSE FRESH AIR INTAKE DAMPERS. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker 01 LEVEL PORT RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker PILOTHOUSE DRINKING FOUNTAIN & COFFEE MAKER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) PILOTHOUSE DRINKING FOUNTAIN & COFFEE MAKER RECEPTACLE. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the receptacles on the starboard side of the 01 level.

4

This circuit breaker protects the pilothouse fresh air intake dampers.

5

This is a spare circuit breaker provided for system expansion.

6

This is a spare circuit breaker provided for system expansion.

7

This circuit breaker protects the receptacles on the port side of the 01 level.

8

This circuit breaker protects the pilothouse drinking fountain and coffee maker.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2 - Continued.

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Function

9 10

BLANK RADIO ROOM RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker PILOTHOUSE RECEPTACLES. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker 01 & 02 LEVEL CONVECTOR HEATER FUSE BOX No. 2. Circuit Breaker 01 LEVEL STARBOARD LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

There is not circuit breaker in this position. This circuit breaker protects the receptacles in the radio room.

11

This circuit breaker protects the receptacles in the pilothouse.

12

This is a spare circuit breaker provided for system expansion.

13

This circuit breaker protects the 01 & 02 level convector heater fuse box.

14

This circuit breaker protects the lights on the starboard side of the 01 level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 11. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Distribution Panel No. 2 - Continued.

0060

Function

15

01 LEVEL DRINKING FOUNTAIN. Circuit Breaker 01 LEVEL PASSAGEWAY LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the drinking fountain in the 01 level.

16

This circuit breaker protects the lights in the 01 level passageway.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0060

Table 12.

220 V Air Conditioning Distribution Panel.

1 4

2 3

O0251T73

Figure 12. Key Control/Indicator

220 V Air Conditioning Distribution Panel.

Function

1

PILOTHOUSE OVERHEAD A/C UNIT PORT. Circuit Breaker PILOTHOUSE OVERHEAD A/C UNIT STARBOARD. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the port side pilothouse rooftop air conditioning unit.

2

This circuit breaker protects the starboard side pilothouse rooftop air conditioning unit.

3

This is a spare circuit breaker provided for system expansion.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 12. Key Control/Indicator 220 V Air Conditioning Distribution Panel - Continued. Function

0060

4

OUTDOOR CONDENSING UNIT FOR RADIO ROOM. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the radio room rooftop air conditioning unit (including the fan coil unit in the radio room).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0060

Table 13.

120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2.

2 1 3 12 4 11 10 6 9 8 7 5

O0252T73

Figure 13. Key Control/Indicator

120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2.

Function

1

INFL BOAT FLOODLIGHT. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) INFLATABLE BOAT FLOODLIGHT. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the inflatable boat floodlight.

2

01 LEVEL WEATHER DECK LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the 01 level weather deck lights.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2 - Continued. Function

0060

3

ROTARY CLEARVIEW WIPER AND HEATER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) ROTARY CLEARVIEW WIPER AND HEATER (FORWARD & AFT). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the clear view screens.

4

BOW FLOODLIGHTS. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) BOW FLOODLIGHT. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the bow floodlights.

5

LIFE RAFT FLOODLIGHT (PORT). Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker BLANK LIFE RAFT FLOODLIGHT (STARBOARD). Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the port life raft floodlight.

6

This is a spare circuit breaker for future expansion.

7 8

There is no circuit breaker in this position. This circuit breaker protects the starboard (stbd) life raft floodlight.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 13. Key Control/Indicator 120 V Exterior Emergency Lighting Panel No. 2 - Continued. Function

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9

WINDSCREEN WIPERS (STARBOARD & PORT FWD). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) WINDSCREEN WIPERS (STARBOARD & PORT FORWARD). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the port and stbd forward windscreen wipers.

10

PILOTHOUSE WEATHER DECK LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker WINDSCREEN WIPERS (PORT & STARBOARD FWD). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) WINDSCREEN WIPERS (PORT & STARBOARD FWD). Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker protects the pilothouse weather deck lights.

11

This circuit breaker protects the port and stbd forward windscreen wipers.

12

TOWING FLOODLIGHTS. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the towing floodlights.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 01 LEVEL FAN ROOMS

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 1.

01 Level Fan Room, Aft.

1

2

3 4 5 6 10 7

9 FWD
O0253T73

8

Figure 1. 01 Level Fan Room, Aft. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Preheater Thermostat Power Supply

This thermostat controls the output of the reheater.

2

This unit supplies power to the communications gear in the pilothouse and radio room. See Figure 3 for details. This switch turns the power supply ON and OFF. See Figure 4 for details. This switch turns ON and Off power from the batteries to the communication gear. See Figure 4 for details. This controller turns ON and OFF reheater 01-32-2. See Figure 5 for details.

3 4

60 A Disconnect 200 A Disconnect

5

HVAC SYSTEM CONTROLLER FOR RHTR 01-32-2

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 1. Key Control/Indicator 01 Level Fan Room, Aft - Continued.

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Function

6

HVAC SYSTEM CONTROLLER FOR RHTR 01-31-2 01 & 02 LEVEL FAN COIL UNIT Motor Controller Preheater Thermostat Interior Lighting Switch Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Manifold

This controller turns ON and OFF reheater 01-31-2. See Figure 5 for details.

7

This controller turns ON and OFF the 01 and 02 level fan coil unit. See Figure 6 for details.

8

The thermostat controls the output of the reheater.

9

This switch turns the lighting in the space ON and OFF.

10

The manifold controls the refrigerant flow for the fan coil unit. See Figure 8 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 2. 01 Level Fan Room, Forward.

1, 2, 3

5, 6

FWD
O0254T73

4

Figure 2. 01 Level Fan Room, Forward. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

SANITARY SPACE EXHAUST FAN Motor Controller (above) SHIP'S WHISTLE POWER SUPPLY (middle) Power Supply

This controller turns the sanitary space exhaust fan ON and OFF. See Figure 6 for details.

2

This unit powers the ship's whistle.

3

This power supply converts 120 V AC to 24 V DC for use by the vessel's Direct Current (DC) electrical equipment. This switch turns the lighting in the space ON and OFF.

4

Interior Lighting Switch PORT SEARCH LIGHT POWER SUPPLY (above) STBD SEARCH LIGHT POWER SUPPLY (below)

5

This unit powers the port searchlight. See Figure 7 for details.

6

This unit powers the starboard (stbd) searchlight. See Figure 7 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Newmar Power Supply.

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1

3

2
O0255T73

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Newmar Power Supply.

1

Master Voltage Adjuster DC/PWR Indicators Current Indicator

This knob turns to adjust the output voltage of the power supply.

2 3

These lamps illuminate to indicate that DC power is being supplied. The indicator displays the level of current flowing out of the power supply.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 4. 60 and 200 A Power Disconnects.

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1

1

O0256T73

Figure 4. 60 and 200 A Power Disconnects. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Handle

This handle turns the power disconnect ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 5.
1

0061

Reheater Motor Controller.

O0257T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator Function

Reheater Motor Controller.

1

ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the affected reheater ON or OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Fan Coil Unit and Sanitary Space Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers.

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1

ON

OFF

2
POWER AVAILABLE MOTOR RUN

3

START STOP

4 5

6
RESET

O0258T73

Figure 6. Fan Coil Unit and Sanitary Space Exhaust Fan Motor Controllers. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

ON/OFF Switch POWER AVAILABLE Indicator MOTOR RUN Indicator START Pushbutton STOP Pushbutton RESET Pushbutton

This switch provides ON/OFF control with circuit breaker protection. This indicator illuminates to indicate that power is supplied to the motor controller.

3

This indicator illuminates to indicate that the motor is running.

4 5 6

When pressed, this pushbutton STARTS the affected fan. When pressed, this pushbutton STOPS the affected fan. This pushbutton is used to reset the motor controller.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Searchlight Power Supply.

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1

2

3

O0260T73

Figure 7. Key Control/Indicator Function

Searchlight Power Supply.

1 2 3

Voltmeter Hourmeter ON/OFF Circuit Breaker

This voltmeter indicates the voltage available to the searchlight. This hourmeter indicates the total hours of searchlight operation. This circuit breaker turns the power supply ON and OFF and provides circuit protection.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. HVAC Manifold.

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1

2 3

8 4

5 7

6
Figure 8. Key Control/Indicator Function HVAC Manifold.

O0259T73

1 2

RFAC-HXV Valve RFAC-34, TXV, COV, RO1-32-2 Valve RFAC-57, TXV, R01-32-2 Valve RFAC-58, EQL LINE Valve RFAC-31, EQL LINE Valve

This is the hand expansion valve for the fan coil unit. This valve controls refrigerant flow to the condenser bypass.

3

This is the cutoff valve for the supply to the thermal expansion bulb.

4

This valve controls refrigerant flow to the condenser bypass.

5

This is the cutoff valve for the supply to the thermal expansion bulb.

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6

RFAC-40, COIL SUCT COV, R01-32-2 Valve RFAC-27 HAND EXP Valve RFAC-35, TXV COV, R01-32-2 Valve

This is the cutoff valve for the return line from the condensing unit.

7

This is the hand expansion valve for the fan coil unit.

8

This is the cutoff valve for the refrigerant strainer.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 02 LEVEL WEATHER DECKS

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Table 1.

02 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement.

3 2

1

1

2 FWD 3
Figure 1. 02 Level Weather Decks, General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1
O0261T73

1

Bearing Repeater

This repeater provides a remote readout of the vessel's bearing as indicated by the vessel's gyrocompass system. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The fire station provides a hose, nozzle, and fire main valve for firefighting. See Figure 4 for details. This station provides control for steering, propulsion engines, and bow thruster. See Figure 2 for details.

2

Fire Station

3

Bridge Wing Control Station

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2.
1

0062

Bridge Wing Control Station.
2

10

3 4

5 9

8

7

6
O0262T73

Figure 2. Bridge Wing Control Station. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

BOW THRUSTER Engine Throttle Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel Heater ON Indicator COMMAND TRANSFER Valve

This throttle determines the speed and direction of thrust for the bow thruster.

2

This panel contains various indicators for the vessel's propulsion systems. See Figure 3 for details. This lamp illuminates when the bridge wing internal heater is ON. Pull UP on this valve to transfer throttle command (control air) to this station.

3 4

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5

STBD MAIN ENGINE THROTTLE CLUTCH PORT MAIN ENGINE THROTTLE CLUTCH In Command Indicator TILLER Control CONTROL AIR PRESSURE Gage RUDDER ANGLE Indicator

This throttle determines the speed of the starboard (stbd) main engine and the direction of rotation for the stbd reduction gear.

6

This throttle determines the speed of the port main engine and the direction of rotation for the port reduction gear.

7

This lamp illuminates to indicate that steering control is available at this station.

8 9

This control allows the operator to control the vessel's rudders. This gage displays the control air pressure available.

10

This indicator displays the angle and direction of the vessel's rudders.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.
1 2 3

0062

4, 5, 6, 7

8

18

15, 16, 17

14

13

12
O0263T73

9, 10, 11

Figure 3. Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

PORT ENGINE RPM Tachometer BOW THRUSTER RPM Tachometer STBD ENGINE RPM Tachometer PORT ENGINE FAILURE GAGE LIGHTS ON/OFF

This gage displays the port main engine speed in rpm.

2

This gage displays the bow thruster shaft speed in rpm.

3

This gage displays the stbd main engine speed in rpm.

4

This red indicator illuminates when the port engine has failed.

5

PUSH this button to turn ON/OFF the gage lights.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 3. Key Control/Indicator Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel - Continued. Function

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6 7

ALARM SILENCE STBD ENGINE FAILURE STBD PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer STBD CLUTCH AHEAD HI LAMP TEST PORT CLUTCH AHEAD HI STBD CLUTCH ASTERN STATION ACTIVE PORT CLUTCH ASTERN STBD CLUTCH AHEAD LO Alarm Annunciator PORT CLUTCH AHEAD LO PORT PROP SHAFT RPM

PUSH this pushbutton to silence the alarm. This red indicator illuminates when the stbd engine has failed.

8

This gage displays the stbd propeller shaft speed.

9

This green indicator illuminates when the stbd clutch is in the AHEAD HI position. PUSH this pushbutton to test the operation of the indicator lights. This green indicator illuminates when the port clutch is in the AHEAD HI position. This green indicator illuminates when the stbd clutch is in the ASTERN position.

10 11

12

13 14

This green indicator illuminates when this control station is active. This green indicator illuminates when the port clutch is in the ASTERN position.

15

This green indicator illuminates when the stbd clutch is in the AHEAD LO position. This alarm annunciator sounds to alert the operator of an engine failure. This green indicator illuminates when the port clutch is in the AHEAD LO position. This gage displays the port propeller shaft speed.

16 17

18

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2 OPEN 1 SHUT 3 FOG

4

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Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Station.

1 2 3

Valve Nozzle Nozzle Valve

This valve turns the fire main ON and OFF. This nozzle directs raw water by spray or stream at the fire. This valve controls the flow of raw water from the nozzle. When in the SHUT position, the flow of raw water is stopped. When in the FOG position, the raw water is directed to the fog jet. When in the OPEN position, raw water is directed to the single stream outlet. This plug provides an outlet for attaching 4-ft (1.2 m) and 12-ft (3.7 m) applicators.

4

Fog Outlet Plug

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Table 1. Radio Room, Looking to Port.

1

2

5

4 3
FWD
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Figure 1. Radio Room, Looking to Port. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

120 V Elex Distribution Panel Radio Racks

This panel contains circuit breakers to control and protect various pieces of 120 V electronic gear. Refer to Figure 3 for details. Radio racks 1 (port), 2 (centerline), and 3 (starboard) contain many components of vessel's communication suite. Refer to Figures 4 through 6 for details. This distribution panel contains circuit breakers to control and protect many 24 V DC communication and lighting circuits.

2

3

General Alarm and Emergency Lighting Panel Door Alarm Switch WHITE ON/WHITE OFF Switch

4 5

This switch permits the operator to override the radio door alarm. This switch turns the radio room white lights ON and OFF.

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1 2 3

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FWD
O0266T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator

Radio Room, Looking to Starboard.

Function

1

Ionization Smoke Detector GENERAL ALARM Strobe FIRE ALARM ZONE 1 Strobe

The ionization smoke detector signals the fire and smoke alarm system if smoke is present in the radio room. This amber strobe light flashes whenever the general alarm system is actuated.

2

3

This red strobe light flashes whenever a fire condition is reported in zone 1 (02 level).

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1 14 13 12 11 10 9

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

O0267T73

Figure 3. 120 V Elex Distribution Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

UPS FOR RADIO RACK (RECEPTACLE RACK 3). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) UPS FOR RADIO RACK RECEPTACLE. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the radio rack Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS).

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UPS FOR BACKUP ECDIS CONSOLE. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) UPS FOR BACKUP ECDIS CONSOLE RECEPTACLE. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the backup Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) console.

3

RF5051 POWER SUPPLY (RECEPTACLE RACK 2). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) RECEPTACLE FOR RF5051 POWER SUPPLY. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the radio rack RF5051 power supply.

4

P.A. SYSTEM. Circuit Breaker GMDSS BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) GMDSS DC POWER BATTERY CHARGER. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the Public Address (PA) system. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) battery charger.

5

6

SPARE. Circuit Breaker

The circuit breaker is provided for system expansion.

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7

SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker FOG HORN. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker 15 in. TFT MONITOR. Circuit Breaker RF5051 POWER SUPPLY (RECEPTACLE RACK 2). Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) RECEPTACLE FOR RF5051 POWER SUPPLY. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

The circuit breaker is provided for system expansion.

8

The circuit breaker is provided for system expansion.

9

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the automatic fog horn.

10

The circuit breaker is provided for system expansion.

11

The circuit breaker is provided for system expansion.

12

The circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the 15 in. Thin Film Transistor (TFT) monitor.

13

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the radio rack RF5051 power supply.

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14

UPS FOR MAIN ECDIS CONSOLE. Circuit Breaker (LT 803 Only) UPS FOR ECDIS MAIN CONSOLE RECEPTACLE. Circuit Breaker (All Other Vessels)

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the main ECDIS console.

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1

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Radio Rack 1 (Port) (LT 803 Only).

2

3

4

5

5

6 8 7

O0268T73

Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator Function

Radio Rack 1 (Port) (LT 803 Only).

1

AN/VRC 103(V)1 Transceiver AN/PRC 150(C) Manpack Radio

This radio provides communication capability in the 30 to 512 MHz range. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This radio provides communication capability in the 1.6 to 60 MHz range. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

2

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Function

3

LST-5D Transceiver

This radio provides Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) Satellite Communication (SATCOM) communication capability for the vessel. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This unit provides data communication capability for the vessel. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This power amplifier supports the LST-5D transceiver. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This computer supports the IFF transceiver. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

4

VDC-300 Airborne Data Control Unit AM-7175D Power Amplifier Identification, Friend or Foe (IFF) KIT-1C Computer C-6280A(P)/APX IFF Control Responder IFF RT859A/ APX-72

5

6

7

This unit works in conjunction with the IFF transceiver. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

8

This IFF transceiver broadcasts and receives IFF signals. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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1

2 3

10

4

9

5 8 7

6

O0269T73

Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator

Radio Rack 2 (Centerline) (LT 803 Only).

Function

1

Direct Current (DC) Distribution Panel Voice Data Switch Unit

This distribution panel contains circuit breakers for the 24 V DC communication equipment in the radio racks. This unit enables voice data switching. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

2

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3

Manual Switch Box

This box permits manual switching of communication gear. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This handset permits semi-private communication. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This Secure Telephone Unit (STU) permits secure telephone conversations. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This power supply provides power for the AM-7175D Power Amplifier. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This amplifier supports the LST-5D transceiver. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This computer interfaces with the communication gear. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This loudspeaker broadcasts radio output when the handset is not in use. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This set controls output to the Vessel Information and Communication System (VICS) station in the pilothouse. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

4

Handset

5

STU-III Phone

6

RF-5054-400 Power Supply AM-7175D Power Amplifier Rack Mounted Computer PTSH-104 Loudspeaker C12357/VRC Control Intercom Set

7

8

9

10

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1

2

3

4

5

6

O0271T73

Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator

Radio Rack 3 (Starboard) (LT 803 Only).

Function

1

CD-82/VRC Master Control Unit

This unit controls tactical communication. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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Radio Frequency (RF) Transceiver Printer/Fax

This transceiver supports the Fleet 77 communication system.

3

This printer/fax permits the vessel to send fax transmissions and to print output from the rack mounted computers. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This computer interfaces with the communication gear. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This unit provides secure fax transmission capability. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The UPS provides an uninterrupted power supply for various radio rack components. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

4

Rack Mounted Computer TS-21 Fax

5

6

UPS

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Radio Rack and Radio Station Desk (All Other Vessels).
1 2 3 4 5

0063

6 14 15 7 8 9 10 11 12 8 12

8

18 17 16

15 14

13
O0272T73

Figure 7. Radio Rack and Radio Station Desk (All Other Vessels). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Control Unit and Handset Remote Radio Switch Unit Handset and Mounting Bracket Transceiver Unit

The control unit and handset allows the operator to send and receive radio transmissions. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The remote radio switch unit allows the operator to switch between radio systems. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The handset and mounting bracket is part of the Harris radio set. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The transceiver unit receives and transmits radio signals. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

2

3

4

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Control/Indicator

5

Radio Rack

The radio rack houses many of the components of the communication system. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The DC breaker panel provides circuit protection for the communication systems. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The fax machine allows the operator to send and receive facsimiles. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The sliding shelves in the radio rack allow the operator greater access to the equipment stored on them. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The data selector switch panel allows the operator to choose the source of data and choose which printer to use for printing. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The computers support the International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) and Standard Automated Logistics Tool Set (SALTS) systems. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The UPS provides an emergency power supply in the event of a loss of primary power. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The AN/PRC-117 radios allow the operator to communicate with other stations. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The radio station desk provides a work space for the radio operator and houses many components of the communication system. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

6

DC Breaker Panel

7

Fax Machine

8

Sliding Shelves

9

Data Selector Switch Panel

10

Computers

11

UPS

12

AN/PRC-117 Radios Radio Station Desk

13

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Control/Indicator

14

Monitors

The monitors display information stored and received by the computers. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The keyboards allow the operator to input data into the computers. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The data controller uses data compression to reduce the size of user messages and shorten transmission times. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The IFF system sends and receives signals that identify the Large Tug (LT) as friendly to other users of the IFF system. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The power amplifiers increase the output of the radio transmission. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

15

Keyboards

16

Data Controller

17

IFF System

18

Power Amplifiers

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Table 8. International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) Fleet 77 Handset and Distress Cradle (All Other Vessels).
1

O0273T73

Figure 8.

International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) Fleet 77 Handset and Distress Cradle (All Other Vessels). Control/Indicator Function

Key

1

Handset and Distress Cradle

The handset and distress cradle allow the operator to communicate using the INMARSAT system as well as send and acknowledge distress signals. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9. General Alarm and Emergency Lighting Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

12 11

7

10
Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator

9

8

O0274T73

General Alarm and Emergency Lighting Panel.

Function

1

STALK LIGHTS. Circuit Breaker BINNACLE LIGHT. Circuit Breaker GENERAL ALARM. Circuit Breaker WINDSCREEN WASH VALVE. Circuit Breaker GYROCOMPASS. Circuit Breaker BOWTHRUSTER CONTROL. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the detachable pilothouse console and radio room work lights. This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the binnacle light.

2

3

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the general alarm.

4

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the windshield washer valve.

5

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the gyrocompass.

6

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the pilothouse console bow thruster control.

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7

SPEED LOG DISTRIBUTION. Circuit Breaker SPARE. Circuit Breaker PILOTHOUSE CONSOLE ILLUMINATION. Circuit Breaker PILOT HOUSE ALARM PNL. Circuit Breaker RUDDER ANGLE IND. Circuit Breaker SPEED LOG DISPLAY. Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the speed log distribution center.

8

This spare circuit breaker provides room for system expansion.

9

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the pilothouse console illumination (gage) lights.

10

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the pilothouse alarm panel.

11

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the rudder angle indicator.

12

This circuit breaker provides circuit protection for the speed log display.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS PILOTHOUSE

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Table 1.

Pilothouse, General Arrangement.

1 2 3 33 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 29 28 FWD 27 26
O0275T73

32 31 30

Figure 1. Pilothouse, General Arrangement. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) Display X Band Raypath Display

This console permits operator interface with the ECDIS. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

2

This console contains the operator controls and display for the X band radar. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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3

Pilothouse Port Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Panel Port Searchlight Control Station Fire Pump START/ STOP Panel Pilothouse Alarm Panel 21 MC Intercom

This panel contains controls for the port pilothouse rooftop air conditioning unit and for the pilothouse fresh air fans. See Figure 15 for details.

4

This station provides controls for the port searchlight. See Figure 9 for details.

5

This panel permits pilothouse personnel to START and STOP the fire and General Service (GS) pumps. See Figure 10 for details. This panel provides alarms for flooding and critical battery chargers. See Figure 11 for details. This system provides communication throughout the vessel. See Figure 12 for details. The rudder angle indicator displays rudder angle and direction.

6

7

8

Rudder Angle Indicator Engine Order Telegraph (EOT) Power Failure Panel Panel Mounted Adjustable Lamp EOT Transceiver

9

This panel warns the operator of an EOT power failure.

10

This lamp provides illumination for the port console area. See Figure 13 for details. This unit transmits and receives engine order commands between the pilothouse and Enclosed Operating Station (EOS). This panel provides control for various deck and console lights. See Figure 14 for details. This station provides controls for the starboard searchlight. See Figure 9 for details.

11

12

Deck/Console Lighting Panel Starboard Searchlight Control Station Compilot 20 Steering Stand

13

14

This station provides helm controls for the vessel. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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15

Port and Starboard Main Engine Throttles Pilothouse Port HVAC Panel Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel Main Engine Shutdowns Panel Mounted Adjustable Lamp Bow Thruster START/STOP Panel Station Control Transfer Switch Control Air Pressure Gage Bow Thruster Control ECDIS Display

These throttles control main engine speed and direction of rotation for the reduction gears.

16

This panel provides thermostatic control for the port pilothouse rooftop air conditioning unit. See Figure 15 for details. This panel provides indicators for the vessel's propulsion systems. See Figure 16 for details. These controls permit the main engines to be shut down from the pilothouse.

17

18

19

This lamp provides illumination for the starboard console area. See Figure 13 for details. This panel permits the operator to START and STOP the bow thruster engine from the pilothouse.

20

21

Pull UP on this valve to transfer throttle command (control air) to this station.

22

This gage displays the control air pressure available at the pilothouse helm.

23

This electronic control permits the operator to control bow thruster speed and direction of thrust. This console permits operator interface with the ECDIS. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This console contains the operator controls and display for the S band radar. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The sound powered telephone provides communication to other sound powered telephone stations throughout the vessel. See Figure 22 for details.

24

25

S Band Raypath Display Sound Powered Telephone

26

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27 28

Navigator's Seat Water Cooler

This seat is provided for the navigator. See Figure 17 for details. The water cooler provides cold potable water for personal consumption. See Figure 18 for details. This unit brews coffee for pilothouse personnel. See Figure 19 for details. This switch turns the pilothouse lights ON and OFF.

29 30

Coffee Maker Pilothouse Light Switch Ship Clinometer, Trim Navigation Lighting Panel Ship Clinometer, Heel

31

This instrument indicates the trim angle of the vessel. See Figure 20 for details.

32

This panel contains switches and fuses for the vessel's navigation lights. See Figure 23 for details. This instrument indicates the heel angle of the vessel. See Figure 21 for details.

33

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1 2 3 4 5 6

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Pilothouse, Looking to Port.

7

8

9

10 11

12

13

02 DECK 17 18 FWD
O0276T73

16

15 14

Figure 2. Pilothouse, Looking to Port. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Speaker Marine VHF Radio

This speaker is connected to the marine Very High Frequency (VHF) radio. This radio provides ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore Line Of Sight (LOS) communication for the vessel. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This unit displays information from the wind tracker system. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. These units provide GPS input for navigation and trip planning. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

3

Wind Tracker Translator Box Leica Global Positioning System (GPS) Units

4

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5

Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) AN/PSN-11 Switchbox Wind Tracker, Marine Wind Display Fire Alarm Pull Station Fire Detection Remote Indicator Panel HVAC SYS EMER. STOP RECIRC SYS Switch HVAC SYS EMER STOP SAN SPC EXH FAN Switch Blinker Light Key Integrated Bridge System (IBS) Distribution Panel to Upper Console Door Alarm Switchboard General Alarm Contact Maker

This unit provides GPS input for navigation and trip planning. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

6

This switchbox controls the ON and OFF function of the equipment located above the chart table. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The wind tracker, marine wind display displays wind speed, maximum wind gust, and wind direction.

7

8

Pull DOWN on this box to actuate the fire alarm.

9

This panel contains indicators that illuminate when a fire condition is detected on the vessel. See Figure 24 for details.

10

This switch provides emergency shutdown for the HVAC systems.

11

This switch provides emergency shutdown for the sanitary space exhaust fan.

12 13

This key controls the yardarm blinker light. See Figure 25 for details. This panel contains the circuit breakers to protect many IBS components. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

14

The door alarm switchboard provides controls and indicators for the door alarm system. See Figure 26 for details. This switch controls the general alarm system.

15

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Function

16 17

General Alarm Bell Fire Detector Alarm Bell ECDIS Display

When the general alarm system is activated, this bell rings. When the fire and smoke alarm system senses a fire condition, this bell rings.

18

This console permits operator interface with the ECDIS. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. Table 3. Pilothouse, Looking to Starboard.
4 5 6 7

1

2

3 8 9 10
AN/PSN-11 INTERFACE AND SWITCHBOX

8 11
SCAN "SAILOR" RT4822 VHF DSC RX LOG TX CALL ADDR BOOK TEL/ DSC DIM 7 P SHIFT 0 16 1 SELCALL T/R 4 U.S. 8 SCAN TIME 5 1W 9 SCAN ADD2 SCAN DELETE 3 D.W. 6 ON/ OFF

"SAILOR"

DT4646E DATA TERMINAL

"SAILOR"
TX CALL ALARM

HC4500 MF/HF CONTROL UNIT

RX LOG TX CALL ADDR BOOK TEL/ DSC

"SAILOR"

DT4646E DATA TERMINAL

> Rx 4375.0 kHz Tx 4065.0 kHz

1 6

2 7

3 8

4

5

2182 DIST FREQ

DISTRESS

9 . 0 .

SHIFT

ON / OFF

BATTERY 1
EMERGENCY LIGHT

BATT 12

DIM

BATTERY 2
1 BATTERY ALARM 2 1 AC ALARM 2 TEST

12 13 14 15

FWD 11 13 17
O0277T73

16

Figure 3. Key Control/Indicator Function

Pilothouse, Looking to Starboard.

1

Towing Strain Gage

This panel indicates the strain on the towing machines. See Figure 27 for details.

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2 3

Fog Horn Timer Fire Alarm Manual Pull Box PLGR

This unit controls the vessel's automatic fog horn. See Figure 27 for details. Pull DOWN on this box to actuate the fire alarm.

4

This unit provides GPS input for navigation and trip planning. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This switchbox permits interface between navigation and communication components. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This lamp provides illumination for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) suite area. See Figure 13 for details. This unit receives and prints weather and navigation updates. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. These printers print GMDSS and International Maritime Satellite Organizational System (INMARSAT-C) data. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. The Sailor RT4822 VHF radio and handset is used for VHF communication. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. The Sailor SSB MF/HF HC4500 radio control unit allows the operator to communicate using multiple frequencies. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details.

5

AN/PSN-11 Switchbox Panel Mounted Adjustable Lamp Navtex Receiver

6

7

8

(12/24 V DC) Sailor Parallel Printers

9

Sailor RT4822 VHF Radio and Handset Sailor SSB Meduim Frequency (MF)/ High Frequency (HF) HC4500 Radio Control Unit Sailor Data Terminals Sailor INMARSAT-C Terminal Keyboards

10

11

These terminals display information on the GMDSS and INMARSAT-C systems. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. This terminal allows the vessel to use satellite communication. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details.

12

13

These keyboards are used to input information into the GMDSS and INMARSAT-C systems. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details.

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14

Sailor Remote Alarm

The remote alarm system continuously scans for distress signals from other vessels and can also send a distress signal. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. The junction box contains the connections for the GMDSS system. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. The sailor 24/12 V DC power supply provides emergency power for the GMDSS system. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. The sailor 250 W transmitter is used to transmit signals from the GMDSS system. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details. Table 4. Pilothouse, Frame 38, Looking Forward.

15

Junction Box

16

Sailor 24/12 V DC Power Supply Sailor 250 W Transmitter

17

1

2

34 5 67

8 9 10 11 12 13

15 STBD

14
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Figure 4. Key Control/Indicator

Pilothouse, Frame 38, Looking Forward.

Function

1

Digital Repeater Compass

This unit displays output from the gyrocompass. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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2

RED to WHITE Switch for Pilothouse Lights Speed Log

This switch permits the operator to select between RED and WHITE lighting for the pilothouse.

3

This unit displays output from the speed log. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. These panels provide control for the pilothouse clearview screens. See Figure 28 for details. This panel contains controls for the pilothouse windshield wipers. See Figure 29 for details. This panel contains controls for the pilothouse heated windows. See Figure 30 for details. This panel contains controls for the binnacle light. See Figure 31 for details. This display permits the helmsman to view the magnetic compass binnacle.

4

Clearview Screen Controls WINDSCREEN WIPER PNL SCREEN ELEMENTS PNL Binnacle Light Panel Mirror Projection Binnacle Marine VHF Radio Speaker At Will and Automatic Fog Whistle Controller Marine VHF Radio

5

6

7 8

9

This speaker broadcasts output from the marine VHF radio.

10

This panel permits the operator to control the automatic fog horn. See Figure 32 for details.

11

This radio provides ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore LOS communication for the vessel. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This screen displays output from the nauto conning system. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This screen displays output from the echo sounder. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

12

Nauto Conning Screen Echo Sounder Display

13

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14

Bow Thruster Control Unit

This unit receives input from the bow thruster control on the console and transmits the input to the bow thruster. An ON/OFF toggle switch is located on the side of the unit to power the unit ON and OFF. This console provides controls for the PA system. See Figure 33 for details.

15

Public Address (PA) Console

Table 5. Pilothouse, Frame 39, Looking Forward.

1

2 3

4

5

6

7

02 DECK

11

10 STBD

9

8
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Figure 5. Key Control/Indicator

Pilothouse, Frame 39, Looking Forward.

Function

1

HVAC Thermostat

The HVAC thermostat allows the operator to set the desired temperature for the ship's main heating and air conditioning units for the pilothouse. This battery charger maintains the charge for the 12 V DC battery bank. See Figure 38 for details. This switch disconnects the power supply to the 12 V DC battery charger.

2

12 V BATT CHARGER 12 V DISCONNECT S/W

3

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4

GMDSS BATT CHARGER EMER BATT CHARGER Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) Bypass and Disconnect Switch Box 120 V Radar Power Distribution Panel RDP Transformer

This battery charger maintains the charge for the GMDSS battery bank. See Figure 37 for details. This battery charger maintains the charge for the general alarm battery bank. See Figure 36 for details. This panel provides controls for the UPSs. See Figure 34 for details.

5

6

7

This distribution panel contains circuit breakers to protect the radar units. See Figure 35 for details. The radar distribution panel transformer steps down voltage to an acceptable voltage for the radar distribution panel. This switch disconnects the power supply to the GMDSS battery charger. This unit controls the gyrocompass. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

8

9 10

GMDSS Switch Gyrocompass Control Unit Raytheon STD-20 (LT 803 Only) Gyrocompass Raytheon STD-22 (All Other Vessels)

11

Gyrocompass Raytheon STD-20 (LT 803 Only) Gyrocompass Control Unit Raytheon STD-22 (All Other Vessels)

This instrument provides precise directional information. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 6. Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (LT 803 Only).

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1

2

3

02 DECK

STBD
Figure 6. Key Control/Indicator Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (LT 803 Only).

O0280T73

Function

1

Sound Powered Telephone Bulkhead Mounted Adjustable Lamp Vehicular Interface Control Station (VICS)

The sound powered telephone provides communication to other sound powered telephone stations throughout the vessel. See Figure 22 for details. This lamp provides illustration for the log table work area. See Figure 13 for details. The VICS station permits pilothouse personnel to utilize the tactical radios. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

2

3

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 7. Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (All Other Vessels).
1 2 3 4 5

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02 DECK

6 STBD
O0281T73

Figure 7. Pilothouse, Frame 48, Looking Aft (All Other Vessels). Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Handheld Radio Base Units 120 V Outlet

The handheld radio base units provide a storage and battery charging location for the handheld radios. The 120 V outlet provides electrical power to the handheld radio battery charger. The sound powered telephone provides communication to other sound powered telephone stations throughout the vessel. See Figure 22 for details. This lamp provides illumination for the log table work area. See Figure 13 for details. The VICS station permits pilothouse personnel to utilize the tactical radios. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. The handheld radio battery charger charges the base stations for the handheld radios.

2

3

Sound Powered Telephone Bulkhead Mounted Adjustable Lamp VICS

4

5

6

Handheld Radio Battery Charger

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 8. Pilothouse, Frame 42, Looking Aft.

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1

2

02 DECK

STBD
Figure 8. Pilothouse, Frame 42, Looking Aft. Key Control/Indicator Function

O0282T73

1

GMDSS DSC 500 VHF POWER RELAY C/O RELAY BOX GMDSS DSC-500 VHF 120-24 V POWER SUPPLY

This box contains relays to control the GMDSS marine VHF radio. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details.

2

This power supply reduces and rectifies 120 V AC to 24 V DC for the GMDSS marine VHF radio. Refer to TM 55-5830-283-10 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 9.
1

0064

Searchlight Controls.
2

SEARCHLIGHT
100
0

90

UP

10

20

80

SPEED

LEFT

RIGHT

70

30
40

DOWN OFF ON BEAM FOCUS START

STANDBY

OFF

5

4

Figure 9. Key Control/Indicator Function

Searchlight Controls.

1 2 3

Directional Control Speed Control ON/OFF/START Switch OFF/STANDBY Switch BEAM FOCUS Control

This joystick controls searchlight movement UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT. The speed control adjusts the searchlight's speed of movement. This switch is used to turn the searchlight ON and OFF and to START the searchlight. This switch selects between OFF and STANDBY modes.

4

5

Rotate this knob to adjust the focus of the searchlight beam.

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50

60

3
O0283T73

TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 10. Fire Pump START/STOP Panel.

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1

2

3

NO. 1

7

NO. 2

FIRE PUMP REMOTE CONTROL
NOTE:

6

VALVE ALIGNMENT OF STANDBY FIRE PUMP FOR FIREMAIN SERVICE SHALL BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES.

4 5
O0284T73

Figure 10. Fire Pump START/STOP Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

Fire and GS Pump 1 START Pushbutton Fire and GS Pump 1 STOP Pushbutton Fire and GS Pump 1 RUN Indicator Fire and GS Pump 2 RUN Indicator

PUSH this button to START fire and GS pump 1 from the pilothouse.

2

PUSH this button to STOP fire and GS pump 1 from the pilothouse.

3

This lamp illuminates when fire and GS pump 1 is running.

4

This lamp illuminates when fire and GS pump 2 is running.

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5

Fire and GS Pump 2 STOP Pushbutton Fire and GS Pump 2 START Pushbutton ALIGNED FOR GENERAL SERVICES Blockout Plate

PUSH this button to STOP fire and GS pump 2 from the pilothouse.

6

PUSH this button to START fire and GS pump 2 from the pilothouse.

7

This plate slides over the START and STOP pushbuttons for the fire and GS pump that is aligned to provide general service water for the vessel. The exposed START and STOP pushbuttons are for the fire and GS pump aligned for fire main service.

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Table 11.

Pilothouse Alarm Panel.

1

2

3

4

5

13

6

12 7

11

10

9

8

O0285T73

Figure 11. Key Control/Indicator Function

Pilothouse Alarm Panel.

1

GENERAL ALARM Indicator PORT SHAFT ALLEY Flood Alarm PORT ENGINE ROOM Flood Alarm STBD ENGINE ROOM Flood Alarm STBD SHAFT ALLEY Flood Alarm

This lamp illuminates when the general alarm system has been activated.

2

This lamp illuminates when flooding is detected in the port shaft alley.

3

This lamp illuminates when flooding is detected on the port side of the engine room. This lamp illuminates when flooding is detected on the starboard (stbd) side of the engine room. This lamp illuminates when flooding is detected in the stbd shaft alley.

4

5

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Function

6

DC CHARGER GEN. ALARM PRESS TO TEST Pushbutton DC CHARGER GMDSS ACKNOWLEDGE Pushbutton DC CHARGER 12 V Annunciator

This lamp illuminates when power is lost to the general alarm battery charger.

7

PRESS this pushbutton to check operation of the lamps and annunciator in this panel. This lamp illuminates when power is lost to the GMDSS battery charger.

8

9

PUSH this button to acknowledge an alarm and silence the annunciator.

10 11

This lamp illuminates when power is lost to the 12 V battery charger. The annunciator sounds an audible alarm signal whenever one of the indicator lights on this panel illuminates. This lamp illuminates when power is lost to the Newmar power supply.

12

DC CHARGER NEWMAR Spare Lamp

13

The spare lamp is provided for system expansion.

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Table 12.

21 MC Intercom.

1

2

3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

4

REL

CALL

BUSY

B

9

PRESS TO RE LEASE

2

C
PRESS TO RE LEASE

VOLUME OFF

DIMMER C

MIC OR

HANDS FREE MAL

5

8
HANDSET PRESS TO TALK

6 7
O0286T73

Figure 12. Key Control/Indicator Function

21 MC Intercom.

1 2 3 4 5

REL Indicator Station Pushbuttons CALL Indicator BUSY Indicator DIMMER Control

This indicator illuminates to indicate that release of the system is required. This pushbutton connects the unit to the selected station. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. This indicator illuminates to indicate that the system is in use. This controls the illumination level of the intercom panel.

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6

HANDS FREE Control MIC OR HANDSET Plug VOLUME Control PRESS TO RELEASE

This control provides hands free or press to talk transmission modes.

7

This is a jack plug for an external microphone/handset.

8 9

This controls the sound level of the intercom. When pressed, this releases the station pushbuttons.

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Table 13.

Panel Mounted Adjustable Light.

1

2

O0287T73

Figure 13. Panel Mounted Adjustable Light. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2

Dimmer Control ON/OFF Switch

Twist this knob to adjust the light's brightness. Twist this knob to turn the light ON and OFF.

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Table 14.
1

Deck/Console Lighting Panel.

2

4

3

O0288T73

Figure 14. Key Control/Indicator Function

Deck/Console Lighting Panel.

1

PORT CONSOLE ILLUMINATION Switch 02 PILOTHOUSE DECK LIGHTS Switch 01/AFT DECK LIGHTS Switch STBD CONSOLE ILLUMINATION Switch

This switch turns ON and OFF the port console lights.

2

This switch turns ON and OFF the 02 level and pilothouse deck lights.

3

This switch turns ON and OFF the 01 level and aft deck lights.

4

This switch turns ON and OFF the stbd console lights.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 15. Pilothouse Port HVAC Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5

SLOW

FAST

7 8 9 15 10 11

6

14 13 12

O0289T73

Figure 15. Key Control/Indicator Function

Pilothouse Port HVAC Panel.

1

Port Pilothouse Rooftop Air Conditioning Unit Thermostat LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel UP Pushbutton DOWN Pushbutton Fresh Air Fans Speed Control (Port Side Only) Fresh Air Supply Switch (Port Side Only)

This thermostat controls the port pilothouse rooftop air conditioning unit.

2

This panel displays thermostat settings.

3 4 5

This pushbutton is used to increase values when programming the thermostat. This pushbutton is used to decrease values when programming the thermostat. This rheostat controls the speed of the pilothouse fresh air fans.

6

This switch turns ON and OFF the pilothouse fresh air supply fans.

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7

COPY PREVIOUS DAY Button PROGRAM Button MODE Button END Button FAN Button HOLD Button RESET FILTER Button SET TIME/TEMP Button CHANGE DAY Button

This button is used to copy the previous day's settings during thermostat programming. This button is used during thermostat programming. This button selects thermostat mode during thermostat programming. This button is used to end an operation during thermostat programming. This button permits programming of fan functions. This button is used during thermostat programming. PRESS this button to reset the filter reminder.

8 9 10 11 12 13

14

This button is used during time and temperature programming.

15

This button is used to scroll through the available days during thermostat programming.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 16. Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5

300 600 900
PO R

0

300 600
S
TB
D

T

900 1200 1500 1800

1200 1500

1800

7

8

9

10

11

12 13 14 15 6

22

21 20 19 18 17 16
O0290T73

Figure 16. Key Control/Indicator Function

Remote Propulsion Indicator Panel.

1

PORT ENGINE RPM Tachometer Annunciator BOW THRUSTER RPM Tachometer DIMMER Control STBD ENGINE RPM Tachometer STBD PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer

This tachometer indicates the speed of the port main engine in rpm.

2 3

The annunciator sounds an audible warning when an engine failure is detected. This tachometer indicates the speed of the bow thruster shaft in rpm.

4 5

This knob controls the brightness of the panel's illumination. This tachometer indicates the speed of the stbd main engine in rpm.

6

This tachometer indicates the speed of the stbd propeller shaft in rpm.

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7

PORT PROP SHAFT RPM Tachometer PORT CLUTCH AHEAD HI Indicator PORT BRIDGE WING Indicator STATION ACTIVE Indicator STBD BRIDGE WING Indicator STBD CLUTCH AHEAD HI Indicator EOS Indicator STBD CLUTCH AHEAD LO Indicator STBD ENGINE FAILURE Indicator STBD CLUTCH ASTERN Indicator ALARM SILENCE Pushbutton AFT CONTROL STATION Indicator

This tachometer indicates the speed of the port propeller shaft in rpm.

8

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the port reduction gear is engaged ahead in high range. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the port pilothouse wing station has control. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the pilothouse station has control.

9

10

11

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the starboard pilothouse wing station has control. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the starboard reduction gear is engaged ahead in high range. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the EOS station has control. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the starboard reduction gear is engaged ahead in low range.

12

13 14

15

This lamp illuminates to indicate that a starboard engine failure has occurred.

16

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the starboard reduction gear is engaged astern. PUSH this pushbutton to silence an active alarm.

17

18

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the aft control station has control.

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19

LAMP TEST Pushbutton PORT CLUTCH ASTERN Indicator PORT CLUTCH AHEAD LO Indicator PORT ENGINE FAILURE Indicator

PUSH this pushbutton to test the indicator lamps on this panel.

20

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the port reduction gear is engaged astern.

21

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the port reduction gear is engaged ahead in low range.

22

This lamp illuminates to indicate that a port engine failure has occurred.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 17. Navigator's Seat.

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1

2

3

O0291T73

Figure 17. Key Control/Indicator Function

Navigator's Seat.

1

Fore and Aft Adjustment Knob Swivel Lock Assembly

Pull OUT on this knob to allow fore and aft adjustment of the navigator's seat.

2

This over-center thumb latch locks the navigator's seat assembly in the FORWARD or AFT position when engaged. When disengaged, free swivel is permitted. Step on this foot pedal to permit adjustment of the navigator's seat height. The seat is adjustable to eight stops spaced at 1-in. intervals. The seat is spring-loaded UP.

3

Foot Pedal

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 18. Water Cooler.

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1 2

O0292T73

Figure 18. Key Control/Indicator Function

Water Cooler.

1 2

Cup Fill Lever Drinking Pushbutton

PUSH this lever to release chilled water out the cup spout. PUSH this pushbutton to release water out the drinking spout.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 19. Coffee Maker.

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1

2

3 5
Figure 19. Key Control/Indicator Function Coffee Maker.

4
O0293T73

1

Upper Burner ON/OFF Switch Upper Burner Power ON Indicator Master ON/OFF Switch Lower Burner Power ON Indicator Lower Burner ON/OFF Switch

This switch turns the upper burner ON and OFF.

2

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the upper burner is ON.

3

This switch turns the entire coffee maker ON and OFF.

4

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the lower burner is ON.

5

This switch turns the lower burner ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 20. Clinometer, Trim.

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1

15 20

10

5

0

5

10

15

20

O0294T73

Figure 20. Key Control/Indicator Function

Clinometer, Trim.

1

Clinometer, Trim

This clinometer indicates the angle of the vessel longitudinally (trim).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 21. Clinometer, Heel.
1

0064

10
15 20

5

0

5

10

15
20

45
50

40

35

30

25

5 20 1

10 5

0

5

10 15

20

25

30

35

40
45

50

55

55

60

60

O0295T73

Figure 21. Key Control/Indicator Function

Clinometer, Heel.

1

Clinometer, Heel

This clinometer indicates the angle of the vessel athwartship (heel).

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 22.
1 2

0064

Sound Powered Telephone.
3 4 1
9 10

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

5 6

7

O0296T73

Figure 22. Sound Powered Telephone. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3

Handset Ring Indicator Selector Dial

The handset is used to speak into and to listen from. This indicator illuminates to indicate an incoming call. The selector dial outlines the available stations.

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Function

4 5 6 7

Selector Knob Magneto Handle Pushbutton DIRECTORY Plate

This knob selects the station to be called. Turn the magneto handle to call a station. This pushbutton is used to transmit. The directory plate lists the telephone stations aboard the vessel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 23. Navigation Lighting Panel.

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1

2 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15
SECONDARY OFF PRIMARY LIGHTS 3A MAX POWER PORT STARBOARD MASTHEAD STERN UPPER TOW/ REST. ABILITY TO MANEUVER LOWER TOW AFT TOW /UPPER AFT TOW /LOWER ANCHOR
BLINKER

ALARM

3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10
NAVIGATION LIGHTING PANEL ELC-1EP-NLP

NUC

14 13

TEST

REST. ABILITY TO MANEUVER DIMMER POWER

POWER 10A MAX PILOT

12

11
Figure 23. Navigation Lighting Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

O0297T73

1 2

POWER Switch POWER Alarm Indicator PORT Alarm Indicator

This switch turns ON and OFF the power for navigation lighting panel. This lamp illuminates to indicate that the navigation lighting power is ON.

3

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the port side light has failed.

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Function

4

STARBOARD Alarm Indicator MASTHEAD Alarm Indicator STERN Alarm Indicator UPPER TOW/ REST. ABILITY TO MANOEUVRE Alarm Indicator LOWER TOW Alarm Indicator AFT/TOW UPPER Alarm Indicator AFT/TOW LOWER Alarm Indicator REST. ABILITY TO MANOEUVRE Switch DIMMER Switch

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the stbd side light has failed.

5

This alarm illuminates to indicate that the masthead light has failed.

6

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the stern light has failed.

7

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the upper tow/restricted ability to maneuver light has failed.

8

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the lower tow light has failed.

9

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the upper aft tow light has failed.

10

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the lower aft tow light has failed.

11

This switch turns ON and OFF the restricted ability to maneuver lights.

12

This switch controls the brightness of the indicator lights. Settings are ON, DIM, and OFF. PUSH this pushbutton to the test the indicator lights. This switch turns ON and OFF the yardarm blinker light. This switch turns ON and OFF the NUC (Not Under Command) lights. This switch turns ON and OFF the anchor lights.

13 14 15 16

TEST Switch BLINKER Switch N.U.C. Switch ANCHOR Switch

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Function

17

AFT TOW/LOWER Switch EMERGENCY REPAIR PLUG IN USE Indicator AFT TOW/UPPER Switch LOWER TOW Switch UPPER TOW/ REST. ABILITY TO MANOEUVRE Switch STERN Switch

This switch selects between PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and OFF for the lower aft tow light. This lamp illuminates to indicate that an emergency repair plug is in use.

18

19

This switch selects between PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and OFF for the upper aft tow light. This switch turns ON and OFF the lower tow light.

20

21

This switch turns ON and OFF the upper tow/restricted ability to maneuver light.

22

This switch selects between PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and OFF for the stern light. This switch selects between PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and OFF for the masthead light. This switch selects between PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and OFF for the stbd side light. This switch selects between PRIMARY, SECONDARY, and OFF for the port side light.

23

MASTHEAD Switch

24

STARBOARD Switch PORT Switch

25

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 24. Fire Detection Remote Indicator Panel.

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ZONE #1

ZONE #2 01 LEVEL

1

PILOTHOUSE, 02 LEVEL

2

4
ZONE #3 MAIN DECK ZONE #4 HOLD LEVEL

3

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Figure 24. Key Control/Indicator

Fire Detection Remote Indicator Panel.

Function

1

Zone 1 Alarm Indicator Zone 2 Alarm Indicator Zone 4 Alarm Indicator Zone 3 Alarm Indicator

This lamp illuminates to indicate an alarm condition in the pilothouse or radio room. This lamp illuminates to indicate an alarm condition on the 01 level.

2

3

This lamp illuminates to indicate an alarm condition on the hold level.

4

This lamp illuminates to indicate an alarm condition on the main deck level.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 25. Blinker Light Key.

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1 2

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Figure 25. Key Control/Indicator Function

Blinker Light Key.

1 2

Blinker Key Indicator Light

PUSH this spring-loaded key to blink the yardarm blinker light. This lamp illuminates when the yardarm blinker light is ON.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 26. Door Alarm Switchboard.

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1

NOTE - FAN ROOM DOOR MUST BE CLOSED DURING ALL TOWING OPERATIONS

2

8

SMALL ARMS RM SPRINKLER - WTR

SMALL ARMS RM HIGH TEMP

3

RADIO RM DOOR OPEN

FAN ROOM DOOR OPEN

4
FUSES D/C

7
1 AMP 3 AMP

5

AL

A R M A CK

P/N 9999-41100

LA S R M TE PUSH ON/OFF HOLD FOR 3 SECONDS TO TEST
PO

A

W ER

T

.

6
Figure 26. Key Control/Indicator Function Door Alarm Switchboard.

O0300T73

1

SMALL ARMS RM SPRINKLER-WTR Indicator SMALL ARMS RM HIGH TEMP Indicator FAN ROOM DOOR OPEN indicator POWER Switch ALARM TEST Button

This lamp illuminates when the arms locker salt water drenching system is activated.

2

This lamp illuminates when high temperatures are sensed in the arms locker.

3

This lamp illuminates when the main deck fan room door is OPEN.

4 5

PUSH this pushbutton to turn the alarm panel power ON or OFF. PUSH and hold this button for three seconds to test the alarm system.

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Function

6

Speaker

The speaker sounds an audible alarm when any of the indicators are illuminated. PUSH this pushbutton to silence an active alarm.

7

ALARM ACK. Pushbutton RADIO RM DOOR OPEN Indicator

8

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the radio room door is OPEN.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

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Table 27.

Towing Gear Strain Gage and Fog Horn Timer.

1

2

40 20 0

60

80

100

120 140 160 0 20

40

60

80

100

120 140 160

HYDR SYSTEM FAILURE

TOWING MACH ALARM

ALARM SILENCE

3 7 6
Figure 27. Key Control/Indicator

5

4

O0301T73

Towing Gear Strain Gage and Fog Horn Timer.

Function

1

PORT MACHINE LINE PULL Gage STBD MACHINE LINE PULL Gage Selector Switch ALARM SILENCE Button TOWING MACH. ALARM Indicator

This gage indicates the line pull on the port towing machine.

2

This gage indicates the line pull on the stbd towing machine.

3 4

This switch selects between the preset automatic fog horn signals. PUSH this pushbutton to silence an active alarm.

5

This lamp illuminates to indicate an alarm condition in either of the towing machines.

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6 7

Speaker HYDR SYSTEM FAILURE Indicator

The speaker sounds when a towing machine alarm condition is detected. This lamp illuminates to indicate a towing machine hydraulic system failure.

Table 28. Clearview Screen Controls.

1
CLEARVIEW SCREEN CONTROL BOX
VOLTS

2

HEATER

MOTOR

ON IMPORTANT TURN HEATER ON 20-30 MINUTES BEFORE STARTING MOTOR OFF

ON

OFF

4

3

O0302T73

Figure 28. Clearview Screen Controls. Key Control/Indicator Function

1 2 3 4

HEATER Indicator MOTOR Indicator MOTOR Switch HEATER Switch

This lamp illuminates when the heater is ON. This lamp illuminates when the motor is ON. This switch turns the motor ON and OFF. This switch turns the heater ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 29. Windscreen Wiper Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5

6
Figure 29. Key Control/Indicator Function Windscreen Wiper Panel.

O0303T73

1

Port Outboard Wiper Speed Control Port Inboard Wiper Speed Control Windscreen Washer Switch Centerline Wiper Speed Control Stbd Outboard Wiper Speed Control Heater Switch

This control varies the speed of the port outboard wiper.

2

This control varies the speed of the port inboard wiper.

3

This switch turns on the windscreen washers.

4

This control varies the speed of the centerline wiper.

5

This control varies the speed of the stbd outboard wiper.

6

This switch is inactive in this panel.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 30. Screen Element Panel.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

ON

ON

OFF HEATER 1-PORT HEATER 1-FWD HEATER 2-FWD HEATER 3-FWD HEATER 4-FWD HEATER 1-STBD HEATER 1-AFT HEATER 2-AFT HEATER 3-AFT

OFF

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10
O0304T73

Figure 30. Screen Element Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

HEATER 1-PORT Indicator HEATER 1-FWD Indicator HEATER 2-FWD Indicator HEATER 3-FWD Indicator HEATER 4-FWD Indicator HEATER 1-STBD Indicator HEATER 1-AFT Indicator HEATER 2-AFT Indicator

This lamp illuminates when the port corner window heater is ON.

2

This lamp illuminates when the forward outboard port window heater is ON.

3

This lamp illuminates when the forward inboard port window heater is ON.

4

This lamp illuminates when the forward centerline window heater is ON.

5

This lamp illuminates when the forward inboard starboard window heater is ON. This lamp illuminates when the stbd corner window heater is ON.

6

7

This lamp illuminates when the aft inboard port window heater is ON.

8

This lamp illuminates when the aft centerline window heater is ON.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 30. Key Control/Indicator Screen Element Panel - Continued.

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Function

9

HEATER 3-AFT Indicator HEATER 3-AFT Switch HEATER 2-AFT Switch HEATER 1-AFT Switch HEATER 1-STBD Switch HEATER 4-FWD Switch HEATER 3-FWD Switch HEATER 2-FWD Switch HEATER 1-FWD Switch HEATER 1-PORT Switch

This lamp illuminates when the aft inboard stbd window heater is ON.

10

This switch turns ON and OFF the aft inboard stbd window heater.

11

This switch turns ON and OFF the aft centerline window heater.

12

This switch turns ON and OFF the aft inboard port window heater.

13

This switch turns ON and OFF the stbd corner window heater.

14

This switch turns ON and OFF the forward inboard stbd window heater.

15

This switch turns ON and OFF the forward centerline window heater.

16

This switch turns ON and OFF the forward inboard port window heater.

17

This switch turns ON and OFF the forward outboard port window heater.

18

This switch turns ON and OFF the port corner window heater.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 31.
1

0064

Binnacle Light Panel.

2

O0305T73

Figure 31. Key Control/Indicator Function

Binnacle Light Panel.

1 2

Indicator Light ON/OFF Switch

This lamp illuminates to indicate that the binnacle light is on. This switch turns the binnacle light On and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 32.
1

0064

At Will and Automatic Fog Whistle Controller.

O0306T73

Figure 32. Key Control/Indicator

At Will and Automatic Fog Whistle Controller.

Function

1

Selector Lever

This lever selects between AT WILL and AUTOMATIC modes for the automatic fog horn.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 33. PA Console.

0064

1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1112 13

14

O0307T73

Figure 33. Key Control/Indicator Function

PA Console.

1

Microphone

The operator speaks into the microphone to broadcast a message to the selected station(s). Push IN on this button to select the forward 02 level station.

2

FWD 02 LVL Selector Button AFT 02 LVL Selector Button PASS 01 LVL Selector Button AFT 01 LVL Selector Button MESS Selector Button BOSN STORE RM Selector Button

3

Push IN on this button to select the aft 02 level station.

4

Push IN on this button to select the 01 level passageway station.

5

Push IN on this button to select the aft 01 level station.

6

Push IN on this button to select the mess area station.

7

Push IN on this button to select the bosun's store room station.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 33. Key Control/Indicator Function PA Console - Continued.

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8

AMS 1 Selector Button AMS 2 Selector Button EOS Selector Button ENG ROOM Selector Button Blank Blank ALL CALL Selector Button

Push IN on this button to select the Auxiliary Machinery Space (AMS) 1 station.

9

Push IN on this button to select the AMS 2 station.

10

Push IN on this button to select the EOS station.

11

Push IN on this button to select the engine room station.

12 13 14

This button is not used. This button is not used. Push IN on this button to select all stations.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 34. UPS Bypass and Disconnect Switch Box.

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1

2

UPS BYPASS SWITCH UPS LINE OFF

UPS AC LINE DISCONNECT SWITCH OFF ON

O0308T73

Figure 34. UPS Bypass and Disconnect Switch Box. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

UPS BYPASS Switch UPS AC LINE DISCONNECT SWITCH

This switch selects the power source for the gear. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details. This switch disconnects Alternating Current (AC) power to the UPS. Refer to TM 55-5825-311-10 for details.

2

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 35. 120 V Radar Power Distribution Panel.

0064

1 2 6 5 3 4

O0309T73

Figure 35. 120 V Radar Power Distribution Panel. Key Control/Indicator Function

1

S BAND DISPLAY CONSOLE Circuit Breaker S BAND MODULATOR XMTR-RCVR. Circuit Breaker X BAND MODULATOR XMTR-RCVR. Circuit Breaker SPARE Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker protects the S band display console.

2

This circuit breaker protects the S band transmitter/receiver.

3

This circuit breaker protects the X band transmitter/receiver.

4

This circuit breaker is provided to allow for system expansion.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 35. 120 V Radar Power Distribution Panel - Continued. Key Control/Indicator Function

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5

SPARE Circuit Breaker X BAND DISPLAY CONSOLE Circuit Breaker

This circuit breaker is provided to allow for system expansion.

6

This circuit breaker protects the X band display console.

Table 36.

EMER Batt Charger.

2 1
10 0 20 30 40 50

O0310T73

Figure 36. Key Control/Indicator Function

EMER Batt Charger.

1 2

ON/OFF Switch Ammeter

This switch turns the battery charger ON and OFF. The ammeter displays the battery charger output in A.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 37.
1

0064

GMDSS Batt Charger.

10 0

20

30 40

50

2

A.C. SWITCH

O0311T73

Figure 37. Key Control/Indicator Function

GMDSS Batt Charger.

1 2

Ammeter AC SWITCH

The ammeter displays the battery charger output in A. This switch turns the battery charger ON and OFF.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 38. 12 V Batt Charger.

0064

1

10 0

20

30 40

50

O0312T73

Figure 38. Key Control/Indicator Function

12 V Batt Charger.

1

Ammeter

The ammeter displays the battery charger output in A.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION AND USE OF OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS PILOTHOUSE TOP AND MASTS

0065

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2

0065

Table 1.

Pilothouse Top, General Arrangement.

1 1

X BAND

S BAND

1

FWD
Figure 1. Key Control/Indicator Pilothouse Top, General Arrangement.

O0313T73

Function

1

Fire Monitor

The fire monitor is used to spray raw water and Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) for firefighting purposes. See Figure 2 for details.

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TM 55-1925-273-10-2 Table 2. Fire Monitor.

0065

1

5 4

2

3
O0314T73

Figure 2. Key Control/Indicator Function

Fire Monitor.

1

Stream Control Handle Monitor Cutoff Valve Traverse Lock Handle Directional Control Handle Elevation Lock Handle

This handle adjusts the jaws at the tip of the monitor to control the width of the stream output. This valve controls the flow of raw water and AFFF directed at the fire. This handle controls the traverse lock that controls direction of the monitor.

2 3

4

This handle allows directional control of the fire monitor by the operator.

5

This handle controls the elevation lock.

END OF WORK PACKAGE

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RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO PUBLICATIONS AND BLANK FORMS
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Use Part II (reverse) for Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists (RPSTL) and Supply Catalogs/Supply Manuals (SC/SM).

DATE Date you filled out this form. 

 

TO (Forward to proponent of publication or form) (Include ZIP Code) U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command  ATTN: AMSTA‐LCL‐MPP/TECH PUBS 

FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

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6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397‐5000 PART I – ALL PUBLICATIONS (EXCEPT RPSTL AND SC/SM) AND BLANK FORMS PUBLICATION/FORM NUMBER DATE TITLE

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Date of the TM 

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RECOMMENDED CHANGES AND REASON (Exact wording of recommended change must be given)

0007-3 0018-2

Figure 2, Item 9 should show a lockwasher. Currently shows a flat washer. Cleaning and inspection, Step 6, reference to governor support pin (14) is wrong reference. Reference should be change to (12).

SAMPLE

TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, PLUS EXTENSION

SIGNATURE

Your Name 
DA FORM 2028, FEB 74

Your Phone Number   

   Your Signature 
APD V4.00

REPLACES DA FORM 2028, 1 DEC 68, WHICH WILL BE USED.

TO (Forward direct to addressee listed in publication) U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command  ATTN: AMSTA‐LCL‐MPP/TECH PUBS 

FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

DATE Date you filled out  this form  

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6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397‐5000 PART II – REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOL LISTS AND SUPPLY CATALOGS/SUPPLY MANUALS PUBLICATION NUMBER DATE TITLE

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PAGE NO. COLM NO. LINE NO. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER

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TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

     Your Name

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, SIGNATURE PLUS EXTENSION

    Your Phone Number 

Your Signature 
APD V4.00

RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO PUBLICATIONS AND BLANK FORMS
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Use Part II (reverse) for Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists (RPSTL) and Supply Catalogs/Supply Manuals (SC/SM).

DATE

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FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397‐5000 PART I – ALL PUBLICATIONS (EXCEPT RPSTL AND SC/SM) AND BLANK FORMS TITLE PUBLICATION/FORM NUMBER DATE Operator’s Manual for Inland and CoastalLarge Tug (LT) 11 February 2013 TM 55‐1925‐273‐10‐2  PAGE PARAGRAPH LINE FIGURE TABLE NO. RECOMMENDED CHANGES AND REASON

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SIGNATURE

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REPLACES DA FORM 2028, 1 DEC 68, WHICH WILL BE USED.

APD V4.00

TO (Forward direct to addressee listed in publication) U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command  ATTN: AMSTA‐LCL‐MPP/TECH PUBS 

FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

DATE

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PART III – REMARKS (Any general remarks, or recommendations, or suggestions for improvement of publications and blank forms. Additional blank sheets may be used if more space is needed.)

TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, SIGNATURE PLUS EXTENSION

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RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO PUBLICATIONS AND BLANK FORMS
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Use Part II (reverse) for Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists (RPSTL) and Supply Catalogs/Supply Manuals (SC/SM).

DATE

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FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397‐5000 PART I – ALL PUBLICATIONS (EXCEPT RPSTL AND SC/SM) AND BLANK FORMS TITLE PUBLICATION/FORM NUMBER DATE Operator’s Manual for Inland and CoastalLarge Tug (LT) 11 February 2013 TM 55‐1925‐273‐10‐2  ITEM PAGE PARAGRAPH LINE FIGURE TABLE NO. RECOMMENDED CHANGES AND REASON

TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, PLUS EXTENSION

SIGNATURE

DA FORM 2028, FEB 74

REPLACES DA FORM 2028, 1 DEC 68, WHICH WILL BE USED.

APD V4.00

TO (Forward direct to addressee listed in publication) U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command  ATTN: AMSTA‐LCL‐MPP/TECH PUBS 

FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

DATE

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PART III – REMARKS (Any general remark, or recommendations, or suggestions for improvement of publications and blank forms. Additional blank sheets may be used if more space is needed.)

TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, SIGNATURE PLUS EXTENSION

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Use Part II (reverse) for Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists (RPSTL) and Supply Catalogs/Supply Manuals (SC/SM).

DATE

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FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397‐5000 PART I – ALL PUBLICATIONS (EXCEPT RPSTL AND SC/SM) AND BLANK FORMS TITLE PUBLICATION/FORM NUMBER DATE Operator’s Manual for Inland and CoastalLarge Tug (LT) 11 February 2013 TM 55‐1925‐273‐10‐2  ITEM PAGE PARAGRAPH LINE FIGURE TABLE NO. RECOMMENDED CHANGES AND REASON

TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, PLUS EXTENSION

SIGNATURE

DA FORM 2028, FEB 74

REPLACES DA FORM 2028, 1 DEC 68, WHICH WILL BE USED.

APD V4.00

TO (Forward direct to addressee listed in publication) U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command  ATTN: AMSTA‐LCL‐MPP/TECH PUBS 

FROM (Activity and location) (Include ZIP Code)

DATE

6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397‐5000 PART II – REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOL LISTS AND SUPPLY CATALOGS/SUPPLY MANUALS TITLE PUBLICATION/FORM NUMBER DATE Operator’s Manual for Inland and CoastalLarge Tug (LT) 11 February 2013 TM 55‐1925‐273‐10‐2  PAGE NO. COLM NO. LINE NO. NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER REFERENCE FIGURE ITEM NO. NO. NO. TOTAL NO. OF MAJOR ITEMS SUPPORTED RECOMMENDED ACTION

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TYPED NAME, GRADE OR TITLE

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE/AUTOVON, SIGNATURE PLUS EXTENSION

APD V4.00

By Order of the Secretary of the Army: RAYMOND T. ODIERNO General, United States Army Chief of Staff

Official: JOYCE E. MORROW Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army
1300203

Distribution: To be distributed in accordance with the initial distribution number (IDN) 255651 requirements for TM 55-1925-273-10-2.

THE METRIC SYSTEM AND EQUIVALENTS
LINEAR MEASURE 1 Centimeter=10 Millimeters=0.01 Meters=0.3937 Inches 1 Meter=100 Centimeters=1000 Millimeters=39.37 Inches 1 Kilometer=1000 Meters=0.621 Miles WEIGHTS 1 Gram=0.001 Kilograms=1000 Milligrams=0.035 Ounces 1 Kilogram=1000 Grams=2.2 Lb 1 Metric Ton=1000 Kilograms=1 Megagram=1.1 Short Tons LIQUID MEASURE 1 Milliliter=0.001 Liters=0.0338 Fluid Ounces 1 Liter=1000 Milliliters=33.82 Fluid Ounces SQUARE MEASURE 1 Sq Centimeter=100 Sq Millimeters=0.155 Sq Inches 1 Sq Meter=10,000 Sq Centimeters=10.76 Sq Feet 1 Sq Kilometer=1,000,000 Sq Meters=0.386 Sq Miles CUBIC MEASURE 1 Cu Centimeter=1000 Cu Millimeters=0.06 Cu Inches 1 Cu Meter=1,000,000 Cu Centimeters=35.31 Cu Feet TEMPERATURE 5/9 (°F – 32) = °C 212°Fahrenheit is equivalent to 100°Celsius 90°Fahrenheit is equivalent to 32.2°Celsius 32°Fahrenheit is equivalent to 0°Celsius 9/5 (°C + 32) = °F

APPROXIMATE CONVERSION FACTORS
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TO CHANGE Inches . . . . . . . . . . . Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Inches . . . . Square Feet . . . . . . . Square Yards . . . . . . Square Miles . . . . . . Acres . . . . . . . . . . . . Cubic Feet . . . . . . . . Cubic Yards . . . . . . . Fluid Ounces . . . . . . Pints. . . . . . . . . . . . . Quarts . . . . . . . . . . . Gallons. . . . . . . . . . . Ounces . . . . . . . . . . Pounds . . . . . . . . . . . Short Tons . . . . . . . . Pound-Feet . . . . . . . Pounds/Sq Inch . . . . Miles per Gallon . . . . Miles per Hour . . . . . TO CHANGE Centimeters . . . . . . . Meters . . . . . . . . . . . Meters . . . . . . . . . . . Kilometers . . . . . . . . Sq Centimeters . . . . Square Meters . . . . . Square Meters . . . . . Square Kilometers . . Sq Hectometers . . . . Cubic Meters . . . . . . Cubic Meters . . . . . . Milliliters . . . . . . . . . . Liters . . . . . . . . . . . . Liters . . . . . . . . . . . . Liters . . . . . . . . . . . . Grams . . . . . . . . . . . Kilograms . . . . . . . . . Metric Tons . . . . . . . Newton-Meters. . . . . Kilopascals. . . . . . . . Km per Liter . . . . . . . Km per Hour . . . . . .

TO

MULTIPLY BY 2.540 0.305 0.914 1.609 6.451 0.093 0.836 2.590 0.405 0.028 0.765 29.573 0.473 0.946 3.785 28.349 0.454 0.907 1.356 6.895 0.425 1.609

Inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Inches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Feet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Acres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cubic Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cubic Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fluid Ounces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quarts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ounces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Short Tons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pound-Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pounds per Sq Inch . . . . . . . . . . . Miles per Gallon . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miles per Hour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0.394 3.280 1.094 0.621 0.155 10.764 1.196 0.386 2.471 35.315 1.308 0.034 2.113 1.057 0.264 0.035 2.205 1.102 0.738 0.145 2.354 0.621

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Centimeters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kilometers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Centimeters . . . . . . . . . . Square Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square Kilometers. . . . . . . . . . . . Square Hectometers . . . . . . . . . . Cubic Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cubic Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Milliliters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kilograms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Metric Tons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Newton-Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kilopascals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kilometers per Liter . . . . . . . . . . . Kilometers per Hour . . . . . . . . . .

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PIN: 082851-000

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