1-9. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
Figure 1-1. Major components - location.
1 AIR COMPRESSOR. The air compressor is a compound, vertical, two-cylinder compressor and is directly connected
to the main generator by a flexible coupling.
2 EXCITER-AUXILIARY GENERATOR. The exciter-auxiliary generator consists of two separate armatures mounted on
a common shaft, and two separate frames bolted together back-to-back. It is belt driven from the main generator shaft.
a. The auxiliary generator section is regulated for constant voltage over the normal speed and load range. It supplies
power for charging the batteries and operating the electrical auxiliaries.
b. The exciter section furnishes excitation for the main generator, which is of the differential control type for automatic
3 DIESEL ENGINE. The diesel engine is an eight-cylinder, turbocharged, water-cooled, four-cycle, V-type engine used
to provide power. It is directly connected to the main generator.