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POWER SYSTEMS, INC.

Operator’s Manual
“C” Option Control Panel
with Sealed Connectors
400 kW & Below

NOT IN AUTOMATIC
START MODE
LOW
FUEL

HIGH
OVER
COOL.
CRANK
TEMP. V 600
A 400
Hz 65
RUPTURE
BASIN
400 300
FILLING
60
LOW
OVER 200 200
OIL
SPEED
PRESS
100

RPM
TEST
SENSOR
RESET
LOSS

FUSE REA E
PREHEAT IN
30-SEC. 15-A.
MAX. START AUTO

MANUAL

STOP OFF
VOLTAGE
ADJUST

This manual should remain with the unit.


Important Safety Instructions
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS – The manufacturer suggests that these rules for safe
! operation be copied and posted in potential hazard areas. Safety should be stressed to all
operators and potential operators of this equipment. !
Study these SAFETY RULES carefully before • Do not handle any kind of electrical device while
installing, operating, or servicing this equipment. standing in water, while barefoot, or while hands or
Become familiar with this manual and all literature feet are wet. DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL SHOCK
pertaining to your generator set and related equip- MAY RESULT.
ment. This equipment can operate safely, efficiently, • If people must stand on metal or concrete while
and reliably only if it is properly installed, operated, installing, operating, servicing, adjusting, or repair-
and maintained. Many accidents are caused by failing ing this equipment, place insulative mats over a dry
to follow simple and fundamental rules or precau- wooden platform. Work on the equipment only while
tions. standing on such insulative mats.
Generac cannot possibly anticipate every possible cir- • Wire gauge sizes of electrical wiring, cables, and cord
sets must be adequate to handle the maximum elec-
cumstance that might involve a hazard. The warn-
trical current (amperage) to which they will be sub-
ings in this manual, and on tags and decals
jected.
affixed to your equipment, are, therefore, not all-inclu-
sive. If you use a procedure, work method, or operating • Before installing or servicing this equipment, make
technique Generac does not specifically recommend, sure that all power voltage supplies are positively
TURNED OFF at their source. Failure to do so will
you must satisfy yourself that it is safe for you and oth-
result in hazardous and possibly fatal electrical
ers. You also must make sure the procedure, work
shock.
method, or operating technique that you choose does
not render the equipment unsafe. • When installed with an automatic transfer switch, the
generator may crank and start anytime, without
! GENERAL HAZARDS ! warning. To prevent injuries caused by sudden start-
up, disable the generator’s automatic start circuit
• For safety reasons, Generac recommends that this before working on, or around, the unit. Then, place
equipment be installed and serviced by a Generac a “Do Not Operate” tag on the generator control
Authorized Service Dealer or other qualified electri- panel and on the transfer switch.
cian or installation technician who is familiar with • In case of an accident caused by electric shock,
applicable codes, standards, and regulations. The immediately shut down the source of electrical
operator also must comply with all such codes, stan- power. If this is not possible, attempt to free the vic-
dards, and regulations. tim from the live conductor. AVOID DIRECT CON-
TACT WITH THE VICTIM. Use a nonconducting
• When working on this equipment, remain alert at all
implement, such as, a rope or board, to free the vic-
times. Never work on the equipment when you are
tim from the live conductor. If the victim is uncon-
physically or mentally fatigued.
scious, apply first aid and get immediate medical
• Inspect the equipment regularly, and promptly repair help.
or replace all worn, damaged or defective parts,
• Never wear jewelry when working on this equipment.
using only factory-approved parts.
Jewelry can conduct electricity, resulting in electric
• Before performing any maintenance on the generator shock, or may get caught in moving components,
or any related equipment, disconnect the generator’s causing injury.
battery cables to prevent accidental startup.
Disconnect the cable from the battery post, indicated
by a NEGATIVE, NEG, or (–) first. Reconnect that FIRE HAZARDS
cable last.
• For fire safety, the generator and related equipment
must be installed and maintained properly.
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS Installation always must comply with applicable
codes, standards, laws, and regulations. Adhere
• Generators produce dangerous electrical voltages strictly to local, state, and national electrical and
and can cause fatal electrical shock. Avoid contact building codes. Comply with regulations the
with bare wires, terminals, connections, etc., while Occupational Safety and Health Administration
the generator and related equipment are running. (OSHA) has established. Also, ensure that the
Ensure all appropriate covers, guards, and barri- equipment is installed in accordance with the man-
ers are in place before operating the equipment. If ufacturer’s instructions and recommendations.
you must work around an operating unit, stand on Following proper installation, do nothing that
an insulated, dry surface to reduce shock hazard. might alter a safe installation and render the unit
in noncompliance with the aforementioned codes,
standards, laws, and regulations.
Generac® Power Systems, Inc.
Table of Contents
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors

Safety Rules ....................................Inside Front Cover Section 2 — Operation ....................................................6


2.1 Operating Unit with Manually-Operated
Transfer Switch ..................................................6
Section 1 — General Information ................................2
1.1 Overview ..............................................................2 2.2 Operating Unit with Automatic Transfer Switch ..6

1.2 Control Panel Components ..................................2 2.2.1 Manual Startup and Transfer ................6

1.3 Optional Equipment ............................................2 2.2.2 Manual Retransfer and Engine


Shutdown ..............................................7
1.3.1 Remote Annunciator Panel......................2
2.2.3 Preventing Automatic Startup ................7
1.3.2 Remote Relay Panel ................................2
1.3.3 Additional Options..................................2
Section 3 – Electrical Data ............................................8
1.4 Panel Face Components ......................................2
1.4.1 AC Voltmeter ..........................................2
Section 4 – Exploded Views and Parts Lists ..........14
1.4.2 AC Ammeter ..........................................2
1.4.3 Frequency Meter ....................................2
Section 5 – Interconnection Diagram ......................18
1.4.4 Line-Phase Selector Switch ....................2
1.4.5 Voltage Adjust Potentiometer ..................2
1.4.6 Coolant Temperature Gauge ..................2
1.4.7 Oil Pressure Gauge ................................3
1.4.8 DC Voltmeter ..........................................3 AUTHORIZED SERVICE
1.4.9 Hourmeter ..............................................3
DEALER LOCATION
1.4.10 Start/Stop Switch....................................3 To locate the GENERAC AUTHORIZED SERVICE
DEALER nearest you, please call this number:
1.4.11 Auto/Off/Manual Switch ..........................3
1.4.12 Preheat Switch ........................................4 1-800-333-1322
1.4.13 Panel Fuse ..............................................4 DEALER LOCATION INFORMATION
1.5 Engine Monitor Panel ..........................................4 CAN BE OBTAINED AT THIS NUMBER.
1.5.1 Not in Automatic Start Mode Lamp ........4
1.5.2 Overcrank Lamp ....................................4
1.5.3 High Coolant Temperature Lamp............4
1.5.4 Overspeed Lamp ....................................4
1.5.5 Low Oil Pressure Lamp ..........................4
1.5.6 RPM Sensor Loss Lamp..........................4
1.5.7 Test/Reset Switch ....................................5
1.6 Optional Annunciator Panel ................................5
1.7 Optional Remote Annunciator..............................5
1.8 Standard Alarm Relay..........................................6
1.9 Preparation Before Startup ..................................6
1.9.1 Prior to Initial Startup ............................6
1.9.2 Startup Inspection ..................................6

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Section 1 — General Information
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors

1.1 OVERVIEW 1.4 PANEL FACE COMPONENTS


The “C” option control panel is an analog generator
(FIGURE 1.1, PAGE 3)
set control panel designed for Generac’s range of
standby generators. It allows for either manual (elec- ‹ 1.4.1 AC VOLTMETER
tric) or automatic startup and shutdown.
This meter indicates the generator AC output voltage.
The panel is housed in a steel sheet metal enclosure (Also see “Line-phase Selector Switch” and “Voltage
that meets NEMA 1 specifications. The front face of Adjust Potentiometer” in this section.) To determine
the panel includes a number of analog meters and the nominal rated AC voltage of your unit, refer to
gauges that indicate generator operating conditions, your unit’s data plate.
several indicator lamps for annunciation of engine
fault shutdowns, and various other generator set con- NOTE:
trols. Some generators are reconnectable to a variety of
voltages. Some units may be equipped with a
rotary “Voltage Selector Switch.” Be sure to read
1.2 CONTROL PANEL COMPONENTS the “Generator AC Lead Connections” section in
The control panel contains one main printed-circuit your Owner’s Manual.
board (PCB), the automatic voltage regulator (AVR),
various discrete components, and terminal blocks for ‹ 1.4.2 AC AMMETER
external connections.
This meter indicates the current draw of connected
To find locations of the circuit board, refer to electrical loads, in amps. Also, see “Line-phase
Appendix 2 for the control panel exploded view. The Selector Switch.” For continuous operation, never
PCB has the following defined functions. exceed the rated maximum continuous current
capacity of your generator.

‹ 1.4.3 FREQUENCY METER


Remove the 15-amp fuse from the front of the
! panel during all engine maintenance to guard
This meter indicates the generator’s AC output fre-
quency in “Hertz” (cycles per second).
against accidental or remote startup.
‹ 1.4.4 LINE-PHASE SELECTOR SWITCH
1.3 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT This four-position switch permits you to select either
line-to-line or line-to-neutral readings on the panel volt-
◆ 1.3.1 REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR PANEL meter and ammeter. Switch positions are as follows:
When connected to the generator via a 19 wire connec-
tion link, this multi-light remote indicator panel will Switch Single-phase Units Three-phase units
display the generator’s status. 1 Line E1 to Neutral Line E1 to E2
2 Line E3 to Neutral Line E2 to E3
◆ 1.3.2 REMOTE RELAY PANEL 3 Line E1 to E3 Line E3 to E1
This panel is similar to the remote annunciator, but, in O No Reading No Reading
addition to indicator lights, it provides relay contact
closures for status (e.g., alarms). ‹ 1.4.5 VOLTAGE ADJUST POTENTIOMETER
This potentiometer permits the operator to “fine-
◆ 1.3.3 ADDITIONAL OPTIONS adjust” the generator’s AC output voltage. Adjustment
range is plus or minus 5 percent from the midpoint.
The following are some of the more frequently request- Turn the knob clockwise to increase voltage, counter-
ed optional accessories for the “C” option control panel:
clockwise to decrease voltage.
• Emergency stop button
• Oil temperature gauge ‹ 1.4.6 COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE
• Engine run relay This gauge indicates the engine coolant temperature.
• 100 dBa alarm horn Normal operating temperature should read between
• Over/Under voltage relay 185° to 215°F (85° to 102°C). If coolant temperature
• Voltage adjust potentiometer (Standard on all units exceeds a safe level, the engine shuts down automat-
that do not use the Marathon alternator.) ically.
NOTE:
Actual coolant temperature reading may vary due
to variables, such as, ambient temperature,
applied load, or cooling system condition.
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“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors

Figure 1.1 – “C” Option Panel Components

◆ 1.4.7 OIL PRESSURE GAUGE ◆ 1.4.10 START/STOP SWITCH


This gauge indicates oil pressure during operation. Use this switch to crank and start the engine manu-
After warm-up, oil pressure should be about 25-90 ally, or to shut down an operating engine.
psi. Generac recommends that the operator record • To crank and start engine, first set the
the normal oil pressure during initial startup. Auto/Off/Manual switch to its “Manual” position.
Sudden changes in oil pressure after first starting
indicate a possible engine problem. • Hold the Start/Stop switch at “Start.” When the
engine starts, release the switch to its center (run)
NOTE: position.
Engine oil pressure may vary, depending on oil • To shut engine down, set the switch to its “Stop”
viscosity, oil temperature, engine speed, ambient position.
temperature, etc. The engine automatically shuts
down if oil pressure drops below a safe level. ◆ 1.4.11 AUTO/OFF/MANUAL SWITCH
(10 psi.) This safety switch should be used to prevent auto-
matic startup of the engine when working on the
◆ 1.4.8 DC AMMETER engine/generator. Use the switch as follows:
The engine is equipped with a belt-driven DC alter- Auto Position

nator, which charges the battery while the unit is run-


ning. This ammeter indicates the rate of charge to the Always set switch to AUTO for automatic system
battery during operation. If the needle drops to the operation. This means that, when this generator is
left of zero, battery is discharging. Investigate and installed with a GTS-type automatic transfer switch,
correct this problem immediately. Erratic movement the generator automatically cranks and starts when
of the needle should also be corrected immediately. the utility source voltage drops below a preset level,
or the unit exercises if programmed to do so.
◆ 1.4.9 HOURMETER Off Position

The hourmeter provides a continuous indication of The engine cannot be started either automatically or
engine/generator operating time, in hours and tenths manually. Always set switch to OFF before working
of hours. Use the hourmeter with the periodic main- on, or around, the engine-generator.
tenance schedule (See “Maintenance” section).

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Manual Position ◆ 1.5.3 HIGH COOLANT TEMPERATURE LAMP


The engine can be cranked and started manually This lamp comes ON if coolant temperature is too
using the panel Start/Stop switch. The engine will not high or coolant level is too low. The engine shuts
start automatically. down automatically when such unsafe conditions
NOTE: occur. The following apply:
Also see “Engine Monitor Panel.” With switch set • If the engine is started with an existing high coolant
to either OFF or MANUAL, a “Not in Automatic temperature or low coolant level condition, the
Start Mode” lamp lights up on the panel. engine shuts down, and lamp comes ON when
engine speed reaches about 1000 rpm.
• If the engine starts normally but high tempera-
◆ 1.4.12 PREHEAT SWITCH ture/low coolant level develops later, the engine
This switch is installed on diesel units only. When shuts down, and light comes ON immediately.
performing a manual start, this switch may be
pressed for up to 30 seconds (before and during ◆ 1.5.4 OVERSPEED LAMP
cranking) to preheat intake air for smoother, cleaner
An engine overspeed above a safe limit causes the
start-ups. This is important when the engine is cold.
engine to automatically shut down, which turns ON
the indicator lamp. The overspeed lamp comes on
◆ 1.4.13 PANEL FUSE when the unit is run at a 15% faster rpm than rated.
This fuse protects the control console’s DC circuits
against overload. If the fuse element melts open due
to an overload, engine cranking and startup will not
◆ 1.5.5 LOW OIL PRESSURE LAMP
be possible. Should fuse replacement become neces- This lamp lights up (latches) to indicate low oil pres-
sary, use only an identical 15 amp fuse. sure in the engine as follows:
• During cranking, after engine has reached 800 to
1.5 ENGINE MONITOR PANEL 1000 rpm, the circuit allows four seconds for oil
This panel has five advisory shutdown lamps for sep- pressure to build.
arate engine fault conditions, plus a “Not in • In auto mode, if the unit runs above 800-1000 rpm
Automatic Start Mode” lamp. Cranking and starting for more than four seconds, and oil pressure is
will not be possible while any one, or more, of engine below a safe level, the engine shuts down, but the
fault conditions lamps is lit, with the exception of lamp does NOT go ON. The system then actuates
“Not in Auto” illuminated in the manual mode. The eight restart attempts; the engine shuts down, and
following apply: the lamp goes ON.
• A “lamp ON” condition indicates that fault condi- • If the engine starts normally with good oil pres-
tion has been “latched” by DC control/latch-crank sure, but oil pressure drops later, the system waits
circuit board. five seconds for oil pressure to be restored. If pres-
• If any one of the lamps is ON (fault condition sure is still low after a five-second delay, the engine
latched), the engine cannot be cranked either man- shuts down, and the lamp goes ON immediately.
ually or automatically.
• To unlatch a fault (that is, to turn a lamp OFF) and ◆ 1.5.6 RPM SENSOR LOSS LAMP
permit cranking, push the Test/Reset switch in. Units with the “C” Option console are equipped with
Lamp goes OFF, allowing for additional cranking. an rpm sensor, which is mounted directly over the
engine flywheel gear teeth. This sensor is a magnetic
◆ 1.5.1 NOT IN AUTOMATIC START MODE LAMP pickup that emits an electrical pulse at the passage of
This lamp comes ON to indicate that automatic start- each flywheel gear tooth. Sensor electrical signals are
up of the engine is not possible. The lamp lights up used by the DC control/latch-crank circuit board as
whenever the Auto/Off/Manual switch is set to OFF or engine speed (rpm) signals. The circuit board uses
MANUAL. these rpm signals (a) to establish a starter lockout
speed, and (b) to shut down the engine if the engine
◆ 1.5.2 OVERCRANK LAMP runs too fast (overspeed). If the rpm signals to the
The control console houses a DC control/latch-crank circuit board are lost, engine shutdown occurs, but
circuit board that controls engine startup and shut- the lamp will not light, (i.e., the condition will not
down. During automatic startup, the engine cranks latch), then, depending on whether the sensor signal
for about five seconds, rests for about five seconds, loss occurred during a manual or an automatic start
and so on, until eight of the crank-rest cycles have attempt, the following events occur:
occurred. At the end of eight attempts, cranking
stops, and the overcrank lamp goes ON.
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Manual Startup Figure 1.2 — Optional Annunciator Panel


If the engine starts within two seconds after cranking


begins, shutdown occurs as soon as the Start/Stop
switch is released, but without a lamp ON condition LOW
FUEL

(latching does not occur). If engine does not start RUPTURE


BASIN

within two seconds after cranking begins, which dis- FILLING

ables starting, the rpm sensor loss light goes ON.

Automatic Startup

The engine recranks within about one second after it


has stopped. If sensor loss persists, engine shuts
down, and lamp lights about two seconds after
cranking has restarted.
If engine starts within two seconds after recrank has
begun, the starter remains engaged until the two-sec-
ond delay is over.

◆ 1.5.7 TEST/RESET SWITCH


To test all lamps, push this switch in. Following any 1.7 OPTIONAL REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR
fault shutdown with any monitor panel lamp illu- An optional 18-light REMOTE annunciator panel you
mintaed, engine cranking is inhibited. To reset the can mount on a wall (Figure 1.3) is also available. For
system (unlatch a fault) and crank the engine again, information on the remote annunciator panels, ask
push the switch in (lamp must go out). If the switch your dealer/distributor or consult the factory. Ask for
is actuated with the engine running, only the lamps information on the Models 9555 and 9556 remote
will be tested. The engine will not shut down. annunciator panels. The following apply to the
NOTE: remote annunciator panels:

If engine shuts down due to some unmonitored • It is designed for use with installation having a
problem (such as, out of fuel or failed ignition sys- Generac Power Systems GTS-type transfer switch
tem), none of the lamps will come ON. If such an and a “C” Option control panel.
unmonitored shutdown occurs with the • The panel is available in both flush-mounted
Auto/Off/Manual switch set to AUTO, engine (Model 9556) and surface-mounted (Model 9555)
recranks and attempts to start for any of the cycles configurations.
remaining in the eight-crank limit. After all eight • The panel has a built-in audible alarm horn, with a
crank cycles have been used, the engine shuts reset switch to turn off the horn without disturbing
down, and the OVERCRANK lamp goes ON. the lighted indication.
• Remote monitoring of the standby generator set
provides enough information to avoid unnecessary
1.6 OPTIONAL ANNUNCIATOR PANEL maintenance trips to the generator site.
Some units may come equipped with a factory-
installed annunciator panel having one or two annun- Figure 1.3 — Optional 18-Light Remote
ciated fault conditions displayed. This panel, used on Annunciator
diesel units equipped with a base tank, will indicate
a low fuel condition and, if so equipped, a ruptured
basin condition on a double-walled tank.

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“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors

1.8 STANDARD ALARM RELAY • Have the engine crankcase properly filled to the
The generator’s DC control/latch-crank circuit board correct level with the recommended oil.
is equipped with an alarm relay “driver”. All units • Have engine cooling system properly filled with rec-
with “C” Option control panels are equipped with an ommended coolant mixture. Check the system for
alarm relay that is connected to the circuit board leaks and other problems.
driver (Figure 1.4). If any one or more of the five • If engine is equipped with a mechanical governor,
annunciated shutdown faults occur, the circuit board make sure the governor is properly filled with oil.
driver energizes the optional alarm relay. Use crankcase oil to fill.
• Check engine v-belt tension and belt condition.
A remote-mounted alarm or annunciator device may
be connected across the relay contacts so that a fail- • Make sure the generator is properly connected to
ure will turn on the remote alarm or device. The con- an approved earth ground.
nected alarm device may range from an alarm horn • The generator battery must be fully charged, prop-
to a warning light to a telephone dialer with a pre- erly installed and interconnected, and ready for
recorded message. The alarm relay normally-open, use.
normally-closed, and common contacts are shown in
Figure 1.4. ◆ 1.9.2 STARTUP INSPECTION
A standard, three-part form entitled “Startup
Figure 1.4 — Standard Alarm Relay Inspection for Standby Power Systems” (Part No.
67377) should be completed by the installation tech-
1 3 nician or engineer. As stated on the form, inspections
N.C. 209
N.O. 211 4 6 are to be performed only by factory-trained person-
7 9 nel. The installer should complete the form and dis-
210
A
tribute copies as follows:
B
• White copy: Mail to Generac Service Department,
15A/220A
+12 or +24 P.O. Box 310, Eagle, WI 53119.
VOLTS DC
229 • Pink copy: For service file of installing dealer.
• Yellow copy: For the customer’s records.
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3 2.1 OPERATING UNIT WITH MANUALLY
OPERATED TRANSFER SWITCH
If your generator was installed with a transfer switch
capable of manual operation only, the following
DC CONTROL-LATCH
CRANK CIRCUIT BOARD
applies. A manually-operated transfer switch is one
that will not provide automatic startup and does not
include the intelligence circuit.
1.9 PREPARATION BEFORE STARTUP
The instructions in this section assume that the 2.2 OPERATING UNIT WITH
standby generator has been properly installed, serv-
iced, tested, adjusted, and otherwise prepared for AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH
use by a competent, qualified installation contractor. If your generator has been installed with a Generac
Be sure to read RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION on “GTS”-type automatic transfer switch, the engine may
the inside of the front cover carefully, before attempt- be started and stopped either automatically or man-
ing to operate this (and related) equipment. ually.
IMPORTANT: BE SURE TO READ THE APPLICA-
◆ 1.9.1 PRIOR TO INITIAL STARTUP BLE AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH MANUAL
Before starting the generator for the first time, the CAREFULLY. DIFFERENCES EXIST BETWEEN
installer must complete the following: TRANSFER SWITCHES.
• Properly locate and properly mount the generator,
transfer switch, and other standby system compo- ◆ 2.2.1 MANUAL STARTUP AND TRANSFER
nents, in strict compliance with applicable codes, To crank and start the engine and to transfer electri-
standards, and regulations. cal loads to the STANDBY power source, proceed as
• Make sure the fuel supply system to the generator follows:
(a) delivers the correct fuel at the correct pressure,
• See applicable transfer switch instructions. If so
and (b) is properly purged and leak-tested accord-
equipped, set the Safety Disconnect Switch to
ing to code. No fuel leakage is permitted.
MANUAL.
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• On the generator’s Meter and Control Panel, set the • Refer to the applicable transfer switch instruc-
Auto/Off/Manual switch to MANUAL. tions. Manually actuate the transfer switch main
contacts to their utility position (LOAD connected
DANGER to UTILITY power supply).
• Turn ON the UTILITY power supply to the transfer
The safety disconnect switch and the
switch, using whatever means are provided (such
! Auto/Off/Manual switches must be set as
instructed above, or the generator will crank
as, the UTILITY main-line circuit breakers).
and start as soon as the utility power to the • Check that the UTILITY voltage is available to the
transfer switch is turned OFF. transfer switch (see appropriate transfer switch
instructions).
• Turn OFF both the NORMAL (utility) and EMER-
• Let the generator engine run at no-load for a few
GENCY (standby) power supplies to the transfer
minutes. Then, set the generator Start/Stop switch
switch, using whatever means is provided (such
to STOP. Wait for the engine to come to a complete
as, the main-line circuit breakers).
stop.
DANGER • Reset the system for fully automatic operation.

DO NOT attempt manual operation until all ◆ 2.2.3 PREVENTING AUTOMATIC STARTUP
power voltage supplies to the transfer switch
have been positively turned OFF; otherwise, DANGER
extremely dangerous---possibly lethal--- elec-
trical shock will result. When installed with an automatic transfer
• Refer to the instructions that correspond to the
installed transfer switch. Manually actuate the
! switch, Generac standby generators can crank
and start suddenly, without warning, when
UTILITY source voltage drops below a preset
switch main contacts to their STANDBY (emer-
value. To prevent possible injuries caused by
gency) position, as outlined in the corresponding
such sudden starts, disable the automatic
manual. LOAD circuit must be connected to the
transfer switch before working on, or around,
STANDBY power supply before proceeding.
the generator. Use any one, or more, of the fol-
• On the generator console, hold the Start/Stop lowing methods to disable the automatic start
switch START to crank the engine. Hold it until it function:
begins running, then release the switch to its cen-
tered (RUN) position. • Set the generator’s Auto/Off/Manual switch to OFF.
• Let the engine warm up and stabilize at no-load. Neither a manual nor an automatic start can be
• Turn ON the STANDBY power supply to the trans- accomplished with this switch set to OFF.
fer switch, using whatever means provided (such • Remove the fuse from the generator control panel.
as, STANDBY source main-line circuit breaker). To remove the fuse, push fuse holder cap in and
• The generator now powers the load circuits. turn cap counterclockwise. Remove cap and fuse
element.
◆ 2.2.2 MANUAL RETRANSFER AND ENGINE • Refer to the automatic transfer switch instructions.
SHUTDOWN If the transfer switch is so equipped, set its Safety
Disconnect switch to MANUAL position to prevent
To retransfer LOAD circuits back to the NORMAL automatic startup and transfer.
(utility) power source and to stop the engine, proceed • Disconnect battery cable from generator battery
as follows: post, indicated by a negative, NEG, or (-).
• Turn OFF both the UTILITY and STANDBY power
supplies to the transfer switch, using whatever
means provided, i.e., the power source main-line
circuit breakers.

DANGER
DO NOT attempt manual operation until all
power voltage supplies to the transfer switch
have been positively turned OFF; otherwise,
extremely dangerous---possibly lethal---elec-
trical shock will result.

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94
178 229

503

137

TO LOWER PANEL
A 4 211
183 183 13A/218A
C-H
- 7 210

15A
S15 S15 1 B AC
C-G AM 1

/220
S16 S16 209

2
U 229

A
C-F + F
6 56 13/218
TO ENGINE

4
C-D J 0
1 A B

0
221 J 15A/220A 150 150
7 4

1
C-E

89
2 228

6
0
LEGEND

2
C-C A - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 20 POS.
4 (J1)
B - AC VOLTAGE REGULATOR

1
1 1 1 K 219 219

2
162 2 D - RESISTOR, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

4
E 89 3 L7 D2 - RESISTOR, ENGINE ALTERNATOR
R2

0
4 4 B +
S15 5
0 F - ALARM RELAY
G - RESISTOR, FIELD BOOST

13 14
H 6 6 T W Y H - DIODE

29
- 0 68 68 J - PREHEAT RELAY
A K - CIRCUIT BOARD, ENGINE CONTROL
M - SWITCH, START/STOP
0 69 69
Control Panel Electrical Schematic – Drawing No. 0E1579

N - SWITCH, AUTO/MANUAL/OFF
14/219 14/219 0
Q - POTENTIOMETER, VOLTAGE ADJUST
56 56 R - SWITCH, PHASE SELECTOR
79 79

14/219
R2 - RESISTOR WATER TEMPERATURE
S - SWITCH, PHASE SELECTOR
85
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Gas

D2 D SW - SWITCH, TEST/ RESET


49 85 T - HOURMETER
U - FREQUENCY METER
86 86 Z V - AC AMMETER
W - GUAGE, OIL PRESSURE
0 0 0 X - AC VOLTMETER
Y - GAUGE, WATER TEMPERATURE
Z - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 8 POS.

AB - 12 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR (BLACK)


AC - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 12 POS.

AM - AMMETER
L1 - LIGHT RPM SENSOR LOSS
L2 - LIGHT OVERSPEED
L3 - LIGHT OVERCRANK
L4 - LIGHT HIGH TEMP/LOW LEVEL
L5 - LIGHT LOW OIL PRESSURE
L6 - LIGHT NOT IN AUTOMATIC START MODE
L7 - PANEL LIGHT

= USED FOR 12 VOLT UNITS ONLY


= USED FOR 24 VOLT UNITS ONLY
N
SHOWN IN
OFF POSITION
1
2
3

15A/220A
PHASE SELECTOR SWITCH 5
6
SHOWN IN
OFF POSITION

183
CONTACTS 7
1 2 3 OFF

15A/220A
8
R S 2-3 0

183A
2-7 X X 9 15A/220A 15A/220A Z
14

228
C-K 2 - 11 X X
S1
65 12 - 3 X 0 P
12 - 7 0 0 15/220 13/218 A
C-L 16 15 183 183
12 - 11 0 0
S2
19 X 15 - 14 X 0 183A
15 - 18 0 0 228
C-M 18 0 J1
S3 64 228 AD
19 - 14 0 0 X 0 503 228
15A/220A 94 94
2 95
3 98
C-N

0
57 97 AC
96 6 5 96
- M
C-O 7 0
58 L3 L2 L1 L4 L5 L6
SW
11
V 17 4
C-P 18 0 137
59 2 (4)
C 12
+ (5)
67

0
1
C-A 137
0 0
C-J 15A/220A

97
98

94
0
96
503

137
178 229

TO LOWER PANEL
A 4 211
C-B 13A/218A
183 -
C-H 7 210 AC

15A/2
S15 S15 1 B
C-G AM 1

20A
S16 S16 U (J3) 229 209
C-F + F
6 56 13/218
TO ENGINE

C-D Q 14/219 J 0
1 A B

0
221 J 15A/220A 150 150

1
C-E 7 4

89
2

6
0
LEGEND

2
C-C A - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 20 POS.
4 (J1)
183A

1
1 1 1 K B - AC VOLTAGE REGULATOR
219 219
79 C - 23 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR

2
85 D - RESISTOR, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

4
3
E 89 3 L7
R1 R2 D2 - RESISTOR, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

0
86

4
4 4 4 B + E - CIRCUIT BREAKER, FIELD BOOST
0

5
S15 5 F - ALARM RELAY
15A/220A

6
H 6 6 G - RESISTOR, FIELD BOOST

221
T W Y
- 0 68 68 J - PREHEAT RELAY
G A K - CIRCUIT BOARD, ENGINE CONTROL
L - SWITCH, PREHEAT
0 69 69 M - SWITCH, START/STOP
14/219 14/219 0 0 N - SWITCH, AUTO/MANUAL/OFF
P - FUSE, 15 AMP
56 56 Q - POTENTIOMETER, VOLTAGE ADJUST
R - SWITCH, PHASE SELECTOR

14/219
79 79
R1 - RESISTOR OIL GAUGE
85 85 R2 - RESISTOR WATER TEMPERATURE
D2 D
49 49 SW - SWITCH, TEST/ RESET
T - HOURMETER
86 Z
V - AC AMMETER
0 0 0 W - GUAGE, OIL PRESSURE
X - AC VOLTMETER
Y - GAUGE, WATER TEMPERATURE
Z - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 8 POS.
AA - 12 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR (GREY)
AB - 12 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR (BLACK)
Control Panel Electrical Schematic – Drawing No. 0E0037-A
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Diesel, Less than 400 kW
Section 3 — Electrical Data

AC - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 12 POS.


AD - ENGINE MONITOR PCB ASSEMBLY
AM - AMMETER
L1 - LIGHT RPM SENSOR LOSS
L2 - LIGHT OVERSPEED
L3 - LIGHT OVERCRANK
L4 - LIGHT HIGH TEMP/LOW LEVEL
L5 - LIGHT LOW OIL PRESSURE
L6 - LIGHT NOT IN AUTOMATIC START MODE
L7 - PANEL LIGHT

= USED FOR 12 VOLT UNITS ONLY


= USED FOR 24 VOLT UNITS ONLY

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Section 3 — Electrical Data
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Diesel, Less than 400 kW
Control Panel Wiring Diagram – Drawing No. 0E0036-A

15/220
150 0

0
56 0
LEGEND
0 0
AA A - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 20 POS.
6 6 5 4 3 2 1
B - AC VOLTAGE REGULATOR
C - 23 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR

6
D - RESISTOR, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

13/218
AB D2 - DIODE, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

7
F - ALARM RELAY
7 7
G - RESISTOR, FIELD BOOST

150
56
H - DIODE

0
0
J - PREHEAT RELAY
0
49
K - CIRCUIT BOARD, ENGINE CONTROL

86
69
68

85
14/219
14/219 15/220 L - SWITCH, PREHEAT

N - SWITCH, AUTO/MANUAL/OFF

79
P - FUSE, 15 AMP
Q - POTENTIOMETER, VOLTAGE ADJUST
86
0
0
0
SW - SWITCH, TEST/ RESET
WIRE COLOR LEDGEND T - HOURMETER
U - FREQUENCY METER
WIRE
COLOR W - GUAGE, OIL PRESSURE
X - AC VOLTMETER

COOLNT TEMP
WHITE NEUTRAL 0,1,R15,591
14/219

523

575
567
Y - GAUGE, WATER TEMPERATURE

68
0
0
0

RUPT TANK
OIL P SEND

PRE-HEAT

FUEL LVL
4,13,29,218
OIL TEMP

AA - 12 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR (GREY)


ORANGE FUSED DC 14,15,219,220 AB - 12 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR (BLACK)
86

AC - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 12 POS.


0
0

CONTROL AD - ENGINE MONITOR PCB ASSEMBLY


162,178,183,S1-3,590 AM - AMMETER
2,49,150,A1-8,R1-9 L1 - LIGHT RPM SENSOR LOSS

20
13
14

18
19
9

BLUE SIGNAL/SENSING L2 - LIGHT OVERSPEED


L3 - LIGHT OVERCRANK
BLACK AC/MISC 6 L4 - LIGHT HIGH TEMP/LOW LEVEL
A L5 - LIGHT LOW OIL PRESSURE
0

68,69,85,502,509,
YELLOW UNIT STATUS
15/220
13/218

150
178

49
56
68
69
85
79
1
1

515,523,567,575,589
0
0

14/219
85 150 69
68
0 0 S1
0 7 59
S1

58 S3
6 57 14/219
S3 S2

56

86 86 15/220
14/219 89
58
0 57
15A/220A
1
15/220
15A/220A S16 15/220
13/218
2 0
14/219
Z A
B
0
183 E
2

C 4 183 18
49

15A/220A 17
150

D 1
C E
F
2
6
KX 162 183
G S16
H S15
D
15A/220A

J 178
A
7
4
1

U
221

K S1
L S2 49 D2 J
14/219
162

N D
M S3
N 57
B

E
9
6
3

183A
89
18
17

AC P
Q
R P 59 G
Q NOT USED
S NOT USED 29 209
211
15A/220A

15A/220A

94 1 94 T NOT USED
14/219
S15

56
86

85

1
79

95 2 95 V NOT USED
96 X
NOT USED
NOT USED H
A

1
7
4

97 4 97
209
221

98 5 98 4 211
86

210
B
9
6
3

137 6 137 4
94
95
97
137
98
96

7 210 210 229


211 209 211
209 18
209 17
210 9 210 97
95
94
183A

211 10 211 137


96
11 98 221
6 221
183A
228 12 228 221 221
228 228 89
228
228
S15 S15

4 S15 S15
15A/220A

1 97
14/219

183A
221
228
229

S15
56

18
17

79
85
86

162

95
0

89
1

137
96
98

K 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 11 12 14
B 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Section 3 — Electrical Data
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Diesel, Less than 400 kW
Control Panel Wiring Diagram – Drawing No. 0E0036-A

AMMETER LEADS 13A/218A


FROM ENGINE HARNESS 13/218

S16
89 S16
65
S16

64
14/219

Q
+
65
64

S16

S16
69 T
68
S16
89

-
57
58

59 0
S 11 7 3 15 19 U
S15
13
A/

S15
21

64
65
R 2 14 16 18 12
8A

67
14/219
0
57

68

69
S1

S2

S3
0

-
69

13
/2

14/219
AM
18

14/219 0
67

89
13/218 P +
59 V L7
0

57 14/219 0
S16 15/220 0
69 0
15/220
13/218
0

14/219 14/219
15A/220A
17
15/220

68

183A
N
183 W 64

X
17
18

15/220
228 65
228
R1
0

0
68

S15
S15

M
0
14/219
0

17 18
14/219

Y
228
228

REQUIRED FOR 24V UNITS ONLY


0

0
0

L
R2
221

221 221
0
221 0
228 14/219 14/219
228
5 6

S15 S15 97
S15
95
S15
94 AD
1 2 3

137
98 96
98

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Section 3 — Electrical Data
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Gas
Control Panel Wiring Diagram – Drawing No. 0E1578-A

15/220
150 0

0
56 0
LEGEND
0 0
AA A - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 20 POS.
6 6 5 4 3 2 1
B - AC VOLTAGE REGULATOR
C - 23 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR

6
5

1
D - RESISTOR, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

13/218
AB 7
D2 - DIODE, ENGINE ALTERNATOR

F - ALARM RELAY
7 12
G - RESISTOR, FIELD BOOST

15/220
150
H - DIODE

0
0
J - PREHEAT RELAY
0
49
K - CIRCUIT BOARD, ENGINE CONTROL

86
69
68

85
14/219
14/219
15/220 M - SWITCH, START/STOP

79
86
0
0
0
T - HOURMETER
U - FREQUENCY METER
V - AC AMMETER
WIRE
COLOR X - AC VOLTMETER
Y - GAUGE, WATER TEMPERATURE
WHITE NEUTRAL 0,1,R15,591
14/219
14/219

150

567
COOLNT LVL
Z - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 8 POS.

69
85
0
0
0
0
0

RUPT TANK
OIL P SEND

MLCB SW

FUEL LVL
4,13,29,218
AB - 12 PIN BULKHEAD CONNECTOR (BLACK)
ORANGE 14,15,219,220 AC - TERMINAL BLOCK/ 12 POS.
86

AD - ENGINE MONITOR PCB ASSEMBLY


0
0

CONTROL
162,178,183,S1-3,590 L1 - LIGHT RPM SENSOR LOSS
2,49,150,A1-8,R1-9 L2 - LIGHT OVERSPEED
11
0
10
1

20
12

14
15
16
17

19
5
6

BLUE SIGNAL/SENSING L3 - LIGHT OVERCRANK


L4 - LIGHT HIGH TEMP/LOW LEVEL
L5 - LIGHT LOW OIL PRESSURE
BLACK AC/MISC 6
A L6 - LIGHT NOT IN AUTOMATIC START MODE
0

68,69,85,502,509, L7 - PANEL LIGHT


YELLOW UNIT STATUS
15/220
13/218

150
178

49
56
68
69
85
79
1
1

515,523,567,575,589
0
0
0

= USED FOR 12 VOLT UNITS ONLY


= USED FOR 24 VOLT UNITS ONLY

14/219
85 150 69
68
0 0 S1
0 7 59
S1

58 S3
6 57 14/219
S3 S2

56

86 86 15/220
14/219 89
13/218 58
0 57
15A/220A
15A/220A 1
15A/220A 15A/220A 15/220
15A/220A S16 15/220
15A/220A 1 15A/220A 183
13/218
2 0
14/219
Z E
2

183 18
49

15A/220A 17
150

C
KX W 162 183
L
D
7
4
1

M U
221

49 D2 J
14/219
162

N D
E
9
6
3

183A
89
18
17

AC Q
R G
29
15A/220A

15A/220A

94 1 94
14/219
S15

56
86

85

1
79

0
6

95 2 95
96 H
A

1
7
4

97 4 97
209
F
221

98 5 98 4 211
86

210
B
9
6
3

137 6 137 4
94
95
98
96

7 210 210 229


209 211
SPLICE

211 18
209 209 17
210 9 210 97
95
183A

211 10 211 137


96
11 98
6 221
183A
228 12 228 221
228 228 89
228
228
S15 S15

4 S15 S15
15A/220A

1 97
14/219

183A
221
228
229

S15
56

18
17

79
85
86

162

95
0

89
1

94
137
96
98

K 2 4 5 6 7 9 10 12
B 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Section 3 — Electrical Data
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Gas
Control Panel Wiring Diagram – Drawing No. 0E1578-A

AMMETER LEADS 13A/218A


FROM ENGINE HARNESS 13/218

S16
89 S16
65
S16

64
14/219

Q
+
65
64

S16

S16
69 T
68
S16
89

-
57
58

59 0
S 11 7 3 15 19 U
S15
13
A/

S15
21

64
65
R 2 14 16 18 12
8A

67

14/219
0
57

68

69
S1

S2

S3
0

-
69

13
/2

14/219
AM
18

14/219 0
67

89
13/218 P +
59 V L7
0

57 14/219 0
S16 15/220 0
69 0
15/220
13/218
0

14/219 14/219
15A/220A
17
15/220

68

183A
N
183 W 64

X
17
18

15/220
228 65
228
R1
0

0
68
S15
S15

M
0
14/219
0

17 18
14/219

Y
228
228

REQUIRED FOR 24V UNITS ONLY


0
0

R2
0
0
228 14/219 14/219
228
5 6

S15 S15 97
S15
95
S15
94 AD
1 2 3

137
98 96
98

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Section 4 — Exploded Views
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Diesel
Control Panel – Drawing No. 0E0035-J

34

VIEW A
HINGE ASSEMBLY
68 SCALE: NONE

68
3

63 63

59 60 59 60 2

50 52 50 52 51 59

64
65 14
64
67
A3392

66 67 77
6
52

50 24
27
1

25 26 85

36
61

46 53 91 82 29
28
80 80
51 30 31 32

-
81
75 71 8 92

+
76 7
43
51
22 23
44 12
83
66
15
64 65
64 65
84
66 67 18 21
66 67

16 88

36
90 17

A A 37 48

50 52 59 47 49
x3
58 50
45 78
20
59 60 59 60 10

63 63 58 59 33 59 60

60 63 62
YCNEUQERFREDNU
TSUJDA EGATLOV

ROTALUGER

5
TSUJDA
AG

54 89 86

TABLE A-FIELD BOOST RESISTOR DATA


ALL DIRECTLY EXCITED MACHINES 5 OHM 25W 50 51 41 40 38 39 50 51
UPTO 100KW WITH 12 OR 24V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 048352
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 25 OHM 25W
UPTO 100KW WITH 12V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 057405
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 50 OHM 25W
UPTO 100KW WITH 24V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 083364
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 75 OHM 25W 54 57
AVR BEHIND COVER
OVER 100KW WITH 12 OR 24V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 086266
GOVERNOR CONTROL
BEHIND COVER

TABLE B-AVR POWER(DPE) CIRCUIT BREAKER DATA


ALL DIRECTLY EXCITED MACHINES 7A
19 TO 45KW P/N: 048467
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 5.5A 19
19 TO 26KW P/N: 054450
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 6.0A
21 TO 41KW P/N: 048505
7A
INSIDE.

ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES


45 TO 100KW P/N: 048467
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 4.5A
OVER 100KW P/N: 048476
CONTROL PANEL LEFT SIDE

AMMETER AMMETER VOLT. VOLTAGE VOLTAGE


VOLTAGE
P/N: RANGE METER P/N: METER RANGE
070056 0-150A A 120/240V 1 PHASE 070043 0-300V TABLE E- OPTION PANEL
070057 0-300A 070043 0-300V
070058 0-400A G 120/208V 3 PHASE 070043 0-300V UNITS WITHOUT BASE TANKS P/N: 070030
070059 0-600A 120/240V 3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
070060 0-800A K 277/480V 3 PHASE 070044 0-600V UNITS WITH BASE TANKS P/N: 0D9750
075323 0-1000A 110/220V 1 PHASE 070043 0-300V
075324 0-1600A N 115/200V3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
075325 0-2000A 100/200V 3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
075326 0-3000A R 231/400V 3 PHASE 070044 0-600V
070045 0-200A L 600V 3 PHASE 082404 0-750V
®
14 Generac Power Systems, Inc.
Section 4 — Exploded Views
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Diesel
Control Panel – Drawing No. 0E0035-J

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0D9687 1 "C" PANEL BOTTOM/BACK PANEL 53 074908 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 10 BP


2 0E0282 1 PANEL FRONT "C" W/SLKSCRN 54 022264 8 WASHER LOCK M4
3 0A6322 1 PANEL RIGHT SIDE E 55 038150 8 WASHER FLAT #8 ZINC
4 0A6321 1 PANEL LEFT SIDE E 58 022158 1 NUT HEX #10-32 STEEL
5 0E3550 1 CHASSIS, UNIVERSAL 59 022152 14 WASHER LOCK #10
6 0D9720 1 HARNESS SEALED "C" PANEL 60 023897 14 WASHER FLAT #10 ZINC
STANDARD 61 024469 2 SCREW TAPTITE #10-32 X 3/8 BP
7 086266 1 RES WW LUG 75R 5% 25W 62 033120 1 SCREW HHC #10-32 X 3/8
8* 025192 1 RECTIFIER MSC 2A 600V 1N5062 63 033121 13 SCREW HHC #10-32 X 1/2
10 023762 3 WASHER SHAKEPROOF EXT #10 STL 64 022507 4 SCREW HHC 1/4-20 X 1/2 G5
12 0E6871 1 RECTIFIER ASSEMBLY 65 022097 4 WASHER LOCK M6-1/4
14 0A3392 1 DECAL TERMINAL BLOCK 66 022473 4 WASHER FLAT 1/4 ZINC
15 067625 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 3P3T 15/10A 67 040479 4 VIB MNT 1.0 X 1.0 X 1/4-20
16 055867 1 SWITCH TOG SPDT 15A SPD MOM 68 036261 6 RIVET POP .125 X .129-.133/#30
17 055920 1 SWITCH SPST SPADE PANEL MNT 69 0C8243 1 WASHER LOCK HDPDEUTSCH
18 0D6947 1 HINGE CONTINUOUS 70 0C8244 1 NUT, HDP DEUTSCH
19 0C1229 1 DECAL CUST CONN BOX -- --------- -- ADDITIONAL PARTS (BASE TANK UNITS)
20 084787 1 CABLE RIBBON 16" 71 022471 4 NUT HEX #8-32 STEEL
21 055406 1 GAUGE COOLANT TEMPERATURE 75 0E0044 1 HARNESS BASETANK FOR C PNL 24V
22 032300 1 HOLDER FUSE 0E0044A 1 HARNESS BASETANK FOR C PNL 12V
23 022676 1 FUSE 15A X AGC15 76 0C5141 1 CONN DEUTSCH GASKET 8/12POS DT
24 055349 1 INSULATOR -- ---------- -- PANEL SPECIAL PARTS
25 071361 1 POT 5K 10% 2.25W PNL 80 064733 2 BRACKET RESISTOR MOUNTNG FOR
26 050123 1 KNOB PLASTIC .25 SHAFT 25W
27 070081 1 HOURMETER 81 * SEE TABLE A 1 RESISTOR #2
28 061945 1 SWITCH SELECTOR 6A AMP/V 82 SEE TABLE B 1 FIELD CIRCUIT BREAKER
29 062304 1 AMMETER 40-0-40 DC 83 SEE TABLE C 1 AMMETER
30 0E3703 1 LIGHT PANEL WITH LUG 84 SEE TABLE D 1 VOLTMETER AC
31 0C8481 1 BULB-PANEL LIGHT-12V 85 070042 1 METER FREQUENCY 55-65HZ
083288 1 LIGHT 28VDC .17A MIN BAYNT MNT 070042A 1 FREQUENCY METER 240V 45-55HZ
32 070082 1 BLOCKER LIGHT 86 067680 1 ASSY VOLTAGE REGULATOR 60HZ
33 0A2275 1 DOOR-STOP RAM PANEL 092952 1 ASSY VOLTAGE REGULATOR 50HZ
34 030809 1 GROMMET 11/16 X 1/8 X 7/16 37 029187 2 SPACER .19 X .31 X .50 PL
35 055405 1 GAUGE OIL PRESSURE 47 036908 2 SCREW PPHM #6-32 X 1-1/4
36 0A2400A 2 TRUNKING 180MM 48 022985 2 WASHER FLAT #6 ZINC
38 0A1441B 1 COVER PLATE, AVR 49 022188 2 NUT HEX #6-32 STEEL
39 0C1127 1 DECAL AVR COVER 77 SEE TABLE E 1 OPTION PANEL
40 0A1441C 1 COVER PLATE EGOV 78 083089 1 ASSY PCB "C" CONTROL 12/24V
41 0A3394 1 DECAL ELEC GOVERNOR 87 ** 082984 1 RES 120R 10% 2W ASSEMBLY 55406
42 0A5705 REF. FUSE 5A X LTTL215005 (NOT SHOWN) 88 ** 082985 1 RES 100R 5% 5W ASSEMBLY 55405
43 066040 1 DECAL TERMINAL STRIP 89 024911 8 SCREW HHTT #8-32 X 3/8 CZ
44 0D3471 2 DECAL COVER DEUTSCH (RECT) 90 * 063617 2 RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA
45 0D3471 2 DECAL COVER DEUTSCH (RECT) ** 081767 2 RELAY PNL 24VDC DPDT 10A
(ELECTRONIC GOVERNOR HARNESS IF 91 0E1092 1 DECAL 8 POS TS SEALED C PANEL
EQUIPPED) 92 0E3783 1 DECAL WARNING REMOVE FUSE
46 0C5141 2 CONN DEUTSCH GASKET 8/12POS DT
50 022155 14 WASHER LOCK #6 * USED ONLY FOR 12V UNITS.
51 0C2699 14 SCREW PHTT #6-32 X 3/8 ZYC ** USED ONLY FOR 24V UNITS.
52 0C2428 10 SCREW TAPTITE PH 6-32 X 1/2 Z/YC

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Section 4 — Exploded Views
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Gas
Control Panel – Drawing No. 0E1577-G

34

VIEW A
HINGE ASSEMBLY
68 SCALE: NONE

68
3

63 63

59 60 59 60 2

43 91
52 50 52 59

64
64 65 65 14
66
66 67 67

FUEL
+ BAT
A3392

PROBE
SPEED 77
BAT
GND (-)

6
52
24
27
1
0E1092

26 85

36
61

46 53 82 29
28
80 80
51 30 31 32

-
81
75 71 8

+
92
76 7
51 35

44 23
12 83
70
66
15
64 65
64 65
51 51 84
66 67 18
66 67

16 88

87
36
90 17

A A 37 48

50 52 68 47 49
59
x3
58 50
45 78
20
59 60 59 60 10

63 63 58 59 33 59 60

60 63 62
TSUJDA EGATLOV

54 89 86

TABLE A-FIELD BOOST RESISTOR DATA 50 51 41 40 38 39 50 51

ALL DIRECTLY EXCITED MACHINES 5 OHM 25W


UPTO 100KW WITH 12 OR 24V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 048352
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 25 OHM 25W
UPTO 100KW WITH 12V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 057405
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 50 OHM 25W
54 57
UPTO 100KW WITH 24V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 083364 AVR BEHIND COVER
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 75 OHM 25W GOVERNOR CONTROL
OVER 100KW WITH 12 OR 24V DC SYSTEMS P/N: 086266 BEHIND COVER

TABLE B-AVR POWER(DPE) CIRCUIT BREAKER DATA


ALL DIRECTLY EXCITED MACHINES 7A
19 TO 45KW P/N: 048467 19

ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 5.5A


19 TO 26KW P/N: 054450
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 6.0A
21 TO 41KW P/N: 048505
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 7A
45 TO 100KW P/N: 048467
ALL BRUSHLESS & PME MACHINES 4.5A CONTROL PANEL LEFT SIDE
OVER 100KW P/N: 048476

TABLE C:AMMETER TABLE D: VOLTAGE METER TABLE E- OPTION PANEL


AMMETER AMMETER VOLT. VOLTAGE VOLTAGE UNITS WITHOUT BASE TANKS P/N: 070030
VOLTAGE
P/N: RANGE CODE METER P/N: METER RANGE
070056 0-150A A 120/240V 1 PHASE 070043 0-300V UNITS WITH BASE TANKS P/N: 0D9750
070057 0-300A D 120/240V 1,3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
070058 0-400A G 120/208V 3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
070059 0-600A J 120/240V 3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
070060 0-800A K 277/480V 3 PHASE 070044 0-600V
075323 0-1000A M 110/220V 1 PHASE 070043 0-300V
075324 0-1600A N 115/200V3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
075325 0-2000A P 100/200V 3 PHASE 070043 0-300V
075326 0-3000A R 231/400V 3 PHASE 070044 0-600V
070045 0-200A L 600V 3 PHASE 082404 0-750V
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Section 4 — Exploded Views
“C” Option Control Panel with Sealed Connectors 12V & 24V Gas
Control Panel – Drawing No. 0E1577-G

ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION

1 0D9687 1 "C" PANEL BOTTOM/BACK PANEL 53 074908 8 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 10 BP


2 0E0282 1 PANEL FRONT "C" W/SLKSCRN 54 022264 8 WASHER LOCK M4
3 0A6322 1 PANEL RIGHT SIDE E 57 0A2284 4 SCREW SWAGE 8-32 X 1/2 Z/YC
4 0A6321 1 PANEL LEFT SIDE E 58 022158 1 NUT HEX #10-32 STEEL
5 0E3550 1 CHASSIS, UNIVERSAL 59 022152 14 WASHER LOCK #10
6 0D9720 1 HARNESS SEALED "C" PANEL 60 023897 14 WASHER FLAT #10 ZINC
STANDARD 61 024469 2 SCREW TAPTITE #10-32 X 3/8 BP
7 086266 1 RES WW LUG 75R 5% 25W 62 033120 1 SCREW HHC #10-32 X 3/8
8* 025192 1 RECTIFIER MSC 2A 600V 1N5062 63 033121 13 SCREW HHC #10-32 X 1/2
10 023762 3 WASHER SHAKEPROOF EXT #10 STL 64 022127 4 NUT HEX 1/4-20 STEEL
12 0E6871 1 RECTIFIER ASSEMBLY 65 022097 4 WASHER LOCK M6-1/4
14 0A3392 1 DECAL TERMINAL BLOCK 66 022473 4 WASHER FLAT 1/4 ZINC
15 067625 1 SWITCH TOGGLE 3P3T 15/10A 67 027831 4 DAMPNER VIBRATION
16 055867 1 SWITCH TOG SPDT 15A SPD MOM 68 036261 6 RIVET POP .125 X .129-.133/#30
17 026536 1 PLUG STEEL 0.5 69 0C8243 1 WASHER LOCK HDP DEUTSCH
18 0D6947 1 HINGE CONTINUOUS 70 0C8244 1 NUT, HDP DEUTSCH
19 0C1229 1 DECAL CUST CONN BOX -- --------- -- ADDITIONAL PARTS (BASE TANK UNITS)
20 084787 1 CABLE RIBBON 16" 71 074908 4 SCREW HHTT M5-0.8 X 10 BP
21 055406 1 GAUGE COOLANT TEMPERATURE 75 0E0044 1 HARNESS BASETANK FOR C PANEL
22 032300 1 HOLDER FUSE 76 0C5141 1 CONN DEUTSCH GASKET 8/12POS DT
23 022676 1 FUSE 15A X AGC15 -- ---------- -- PANEL SPECIAL PARTS
24 055349 1 INSULATOR 80 064733 2 BRACKET RESISTOR MOUNTNG FOR
25 071361 1 POT 5K 10% 2.25W PNL 25W
26 050123 1 KNOB PLASTIC .25 SHAFT 81 * SEE TABLE A 1 RESISTOR #2
27 070081 1 HOURMETER 82 SEE TABLE B 1 FIELD CIRCUIT BREAKER
28 061945 1 SWITCH SELECTOR 6A AMP/V 83 SEE TABLE C 1 AMMETER
29 062304 1 AMMETER 40-0-40 DC 84 SEE TABLE D 1 VOLTMETER AC
30 0E3703 1 LIGHT PANEL WITH LUG 85 070042 1 METER FREQUENCY 55-65HZ
31 0C8481 1 BULB-PANEL LIGHT-12V 070042A 1 FREQUENCY METER 240V 45-55HZ
083288 1 LIGHT 28VDC .17A MIN BAYNT MNT 86 067680 1 ASSY VOLTAGE REGULATOR 60HZ
32 070082 1 BLOCKER LIGHT 092952 1 ASSY VOLTAGE REGULATOR 50HZ
33 0A2275 1 DOOR-STOP RAM PANEL -- ---------- --
34 030809 1 GROMMET 11/16 X 1/8 X 7/16 37 029187 2 SPACER .19 X .31 X .50 PL
35 055405 1 GAUGE OIL PRESSURE 47 036908 2 SCREW PPHM #6-32 X 1-1/4
36 0A2400A 2 TRUNKING 180MM 48 022985 2 WASHER FLAT #6 ZINC
38 0A1441B 1 COVER PLATE, AVR 49 022188 2 NUT HEX #6-32 STEEL
39 0C1127 1 DECAL AVR COVER 77 SEE TABLE E 1 OPTION PANEL
40 0A1441C 1 COVER PLATE EGOV 78 083089 1 ASSY PCB "C" CONTROL 12/24V
41 0A3394 1 DECAL ELEC GOVERNOR 87 ** 082984 1 RES 120R 10% 2W ASSEMBLY 55406
42 0A5705 REF. FUSE 5A X LTTL215005 (NOT SHOWN) 88 ** 082985 1 RES 100R 5% 5W ASSEMBLY 55405
43 066040 1 DECAL TERMINAL STRIP 89 024911 8 SCREW HHTT #8-32 X 3/8 CZ
44 0D3471 2 DECAL COVER DEUTSCH (RECT) 90 * 063617 2 RELAY PNL 12VDC DPDT 10A@240VA
45 0D3471 2 DECAL COVER DEUTSCH (RECT) ** 081767 2 RELAY PNL 24VDC DPDT 10A
(ELECTRONIC GOVERNOR HARNESS IF 91 0E1092 1 DECAL 8 POS TS SEALED C PANEL
EQUIPPED) 92 0E3783 1 DECAL, WARNING REMOVE FUSE
46 0C5141 2 CONN DEUTSCH GASKET 8/12POS DT
50 022155 14 WASHER LOCK #6 * USED ONLY FOR 12V UNITS.
51 0C2699 16 SCREW PHTT #6-32 X 3/8 ZYC ** USED ONLY FOR 24V UNITS.
52 0C2428 10 SCREW TAPTITE PH 6-32 X 1/2 Z/YC

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Section 5 — Interconnection Diagram
“C” Option Control Panel 12 Volt Gas
Interconnection Diagram – Drawing No. 0E2148

MODELS 9555-9556
18 LIGHT - REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR
ENGINE MONITOR
CIRCUIT BOARD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24

94 228
14/219 519
96 15/220
95 97 525
211 209
MODEL 8617
1 3
5 LIGHT - REMOTE
4 210 6 228 ANNUNCIATOR
7 9
AUXILIARY 211 94
CONTACTS-NOTE 4 A B 98
210
220A
229
209 14/219 15/220 96
UTILITY
SUPPLY 95
97

CONTROL CONSOLE 137 137 98


WIRING HARNESS 98 98
N.C.
519 97 0
525
N1 N2 N3 C.
96
15/220

95
CUSTOMER 94
T1 T2 T3 94 137
LOAD

NEUTRAL
NOTE 1
0
E1 E2 E3 519
15/220
525
15/220 210
A
178 2-WIRE
START
15/220
GTS TRANSFER SWITCH 0 0 9 15/220

0
178 178
183 183 GENERATOR CONTROL PANEL

RESISTOR

E3 E2 E1
211 NOTE 5
00 0
NEUTRAL

GENERATOR AC CONNECTION NOTES:


PANEL W/2-WIRE START 1. 3-POLE, 1-PHASE & 4-POLE, 3-PHASE TRANSFER SWITCHES
GENERALLY NOT EQUIPPED WITH NEUTRAL BLOCK
2. 2 AMP CHARGER WITH 12 VOLTS SINGLE BATTERY SYSTEM
SHOWN. FOR OTHER VARIATIONS SEE INSETS "A", "B" & "C".
3. 4.0L & 6.4L UNITS REQUIRE 120 VAC FOR ENGINE COOLANT
HEATER. 13.3L UNITS REQUIRE 240 VAC - SEE INSETS
"B" & "C"
4. SEE INSETS "D" & "E"
5. MODEL 8235 ALARM HORN SHOWN FOR "C"-OPTION UNITS.
TB2 TERMINALS 209-210-211 CONNECT TO ALARM RELAY
CONTACTS.
209 NC CONTACTS OPEN ON ANNUNCIATED SHUTDOWN
211 NO CONTACTS CLOSE ON ANNUNCIATED SHUTDOWN
210 C CONNECT TO FUSE +24V DC CIRCUIT AS SHOWN

(POSITIVE TERMINAL)
TO BATTERY
(BATTERY NEGATIVE)
TO ENGINE GROUND

120 VOLTS AC
THERMOSTAT
BATTERY HEATER
GREEN
WHITE

HEATER
BLACK

BATTERY
OPTIONAL
BLACK HEATER
GREEN
BLACK ENGINE COOLANT

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Section 5 — Interconnection Diagram
“C” Option Control Panel 12 Volt Gas
Interconnection Diagram – Drawing No. 0E2148

G TO
N 1 21 27 28 29 13 34 35 0 UPPER
PANEL

G 0
N 1 21 27 28 29 13 34 0 218
D AC 2 2 AC C NO NC +B +S -B 10 AMP CHARGER
24AF/24MF
0
CRANKING

BLACK
ENGINE HEATER 218

WHITE
CONTACTOR

GREEN
THERMOSTAT

ENGINE
BLACK ENGINE COOLANT
GREEN
BLACK COOLANT + - HEATER
HEATER
12VDC
4.0-6.4 LITER + - + - 0
GREEN

WHITE

STANDBY
BLACK

ONLY
BATTERY 0
12 V. 12 V.
OPTIONAL
BATTERY BATTERY BATTERY
120 VAC HEATER
UTILITY FRAME

BLACK
GROUND

WHITE
GREEN
BATTERY HEATER
THERMOSTAT

ENGINE BLACK
120 VAC COOLANT BLACK 240V AC
10AMP CHARGER
INSET "A" W/ 12VOLT D.C. ENGINE SYSTEMS
UTILITY HEATER GREEN
UTILITY
& THERMOSTAT

10 AMP 24AF/24MF
INSET "B" CHARGER 13.3 LITER ENGINES ONLY

INSET "C"
2AMP 24VOLT CHARGER

2 TO UPPER PANEL
218
0
0
0 0
218
ENGINE 218 CRANKING FRAME
COOLANT CONTACTOR GROUND

HEATER
BLACK

+ - + -
WHITE

ENGINE HEATER
THERMOSTAT
12 V. 12 V.
BATTERY HEATER
GREEN

THERMOSTAT BATTERY BATTERY


OPTIONAL
BATTERY ENGINE BLACK
HEATER COOLANT BLACK 240V AC
HEATER GREEN
UTILITY
120 VAC & THERMOSTAT

UTILITY 13.3 LITER ENGINES ONLY

MODELS 9555-9556 MODELS 9555-9556


18 LIGHT - REMOTE 18 LIGHT - REMOTE
14 16 17 14 15
ANNUNCIATOR ANNUNCIATOR

519 519
525 SWITCH POSITION 525
UTILITY STANDBY
4-6
4-5 OPEN CLOSED 210 15/220
C.
4
AC A
N.C.
4 C. AC A 5 N.O
GENERATOR UPPER
PANEL
210 15/220

SWITCH POSITION
STANDARD AUXILIARY CONTACTS STANDARD AUXILIARY CONTACTS CONTACTS UTILITY S
STANDBY
GTS 250 VOLT "Y" SERIES PANEL GTS 600 VOLT "N" SERIES 4-6 CLOSED OPEN
TRANSFER SWITCH TRANSFER SWITCH 4-5 OPEN CLOSED
L
GTS "N" SWITCH POSITION INDICATION
INSET "D" GTS "Y" SWITCH POSITION INDICATION
TO 18 LIGHT REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR INSET "E" TO 18 LIGHT REMOTE ANNUNCIATOR

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Section 6 — Notes
“C” Option Control Panel 24 Volt Diesel

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Section 6 — Notes
“C” Option Control Panel 24 Volt Diesel

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GENERAC® POWER SYSTEMS, INC.
P.O. BOX 8
WAUKESHA, WI 53187
Part No. 0E1581 Revision C (03/15/04) Printed in U.S.A.