The SSGTG portion contains three indicator
OUTPUT MONITOR PANEL (A-1)
lights, one for each SSGTG. The indicator is
used to indicate that the following event(s) has
The output monitor panel (A-1) (fig. 8-23) is
the upper panel. It contains the console, summary
alarms, plasma display, power generation and
Engine control on battery power
distribution, system output, and synchronization
Start air temperature high
PRI/RSV halon power failure
Engine speed high
Engine vibration high
This section is located at the top left side of
Engine lube oil supply temperature high
the panel. It has the following controls and
Generator set firemain backup on
HORN test push-button switch is used to
Engine inlet air icing
test the audible alarm.
Blow-in door open
BUZZER test push-button switch is used
Engine inlet-to-atmosphere differential
to test the audible alarm.
VOLUME control knob is used to control
Engine module temperature high
the audible alarm volume.
Engine module Halon actuated
TEMP HIGH indicator indicates the
Generator cooling air temperature high
temperature inside the console is above the
Generator stator phase A temperature high
Generator stator phase B temperature high
UPS IN USE indicator indicates the
console is operating on emergency battery
Generator stator phase C temperature high
Generator front end bearing temperature
Generator aft end bearing temperature
Additionally, the following conditions will
cause the SSGTG indicator to illuminate.
Engine fuel oil gravity feed tank level high
Engine fuel oil gravity feed tank level low
SUMMARY ALARMS Section
GTG 3 head tank level high
GTG 3 head tank level low
This section is located at the top of the panel
and to the right of the console section. Its
Generator No. 3 fuel service heater
indicators are summary alarms for the 60 HZ
POWER and for each SSGTG.
The 60 HZ POWER indicator is used to
indicate that one of the following events has
from the primary regulator to the backup
A generator has high current.
A SWBD has high ground voltage.