311 4 Terminal Voltage Regulator
311 4 Terminal Voltage Regulator,
311 4 Terminal Voltage Regulator,REGULATOR. (12342944,. S311). REPLACEMENT. This task covers: a. Removal b. Installation INITIAL SETUP: Applicable Models Manual References All models except M996, M996A1, M1026, M1026A1, M1097, M1097A1, M1097A2 TM NOTE Prior to removal, tag leads for installation. Disconnect regulator plug (1) from voltage regulator (4). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. terminal Slide back (25). rubber boot (21) and remove nut (22), lead 5A (23), and washer (24) from red (energize) Slide back K Do not check or adjust voltage regulator except as follows: ( 1 ) Make sure batteries are fully charged while checking and/or adjusting regulator (ref. TM 9235031110). (2) Connect red multimeter lead to the positive battery cable terminal and black lead to negative battery cable.terminal. (3) Start engine and run at approximately 1000 rpm. Run engine as required to bring compartment, regulator, and batteries to normal operating temperature. TM 92350311201 (4) During above Salient pole generators, 168–169 Sample generator system, 1 Scheme sensitivity vs. potential transformer, backup fault protection, 80–81 Selfexcitation generators, backup fault protection, 87–88 Sequence currents, backup fault protection, 95–98 Sequential trip logic, motoring protection, 196 Service factor, motor, 435 Setting, loss of synchronism, 301–304 Short circuit calculations, 15–46 automatic voltage regulator, effects of, 45–46 characteristics of, 15 constants, 23–25 example of IEEE Trans Energy Convers 10(1):10–17.Bim E, Szajner J, Burian Y (1989) Voltage compensation of an induction generator with longshunt connection. IEEE Trans Energy Convers 4(3):526–530 AlSaffar M, Nho E, Lipo TA (1998) Controlled shunt capacitor selfexcited induction generator. In: IEEE industry applications conference, thirtythird IAS annual meeting, vol 2. pp 1486–1490, 12–15 Oct 1998 Ahmed T, Noro O, Hiraki E, Nakaoka M (2004) Terminal voltage regulation PHILOSOPHY FOR TUNING OF THE PSS When tuning a PSS, values have to be chosen for total gain, phaseshift and output limiters. In a power plant the possibilities of choosing the values are often limited by practical considerations. Output Limiter It is essential that the automatic voltage regulation is.able to control the behaviour of the generator terminal voltage, even when system oscillations are present. The limiter of the PSS has to ensure that overvoltages and problems with low 3 || 4 || 5 || 6 || 7 || 8 || 9 ||10|| Hoa–1720s/ai/pe D3D 4 || 5 || 6 || 7 || 8 ||9||10|| I > * cy Co 100Axić/J16 O > Lil 10osis/ter7A £ § § 4 4. f His 2 311A16/k24–87 s § on Ś in 353A16 351A16 to of J 'e to S cN § 3 o' * 5 on 87/~\85 * of St. 33 E. SENDER AMBIENT TEMP SENDER OUTPUT TERMINAL POWER SUPPLY SERIAL PORT #1 CIM DATA KEYPAD CONNECTOR REACTIVE CURRENT ADJUST LED RESISTOR R16–R17 VOLTAGE REGULATOR RESISTOR S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 1 Battery assemblytomaster relay 81 13 Master switch voltage regulator 2 Aeration detectortocoolant.indicator 352B lead 400459B 3 Aeration detectortocoolant indicator 352A 14 Engine starter circuit (starter relay 4 Glow plug controllertoglow plug switch 486A bilge pump circuit breaker neutral 5 Engine oil pressure transmittertoengine safety switch) 14/14B/GND oil pressure gage switch 36 15 Voltage regulatortomaster relay lead 2 6 Engine coolant temperature transmitter 343 theory and practice, 57 48V to 5V telecom flyback regulator, 126–127 Switch ontime, 142 Switch voltage and current during turnon and turnoff, 206 Synchronization clock interface for, 55 Synchronously tuned filters step response for, 529 Temperatureinduced noise, 845–846 Temperature sensors, 398 Temperaturetofrequency converter, 395 3Terminal voltage.regulator, 841 Termination box, 198 Test circuit, 207 output with FET probe, 812 output with 9pF probe, 811, Rs 700 Vs=5V 13—Providing 0 to 70V output, this positive voltage regulator both sink and source current. The startup capability of this suit in the presence of high input voltages is superior to that of icated IC regulators. ip's output level by trimming Rii. If the positive and than the rating of the LM311. If the voltage at the op amp's feedback terminal rises more than 0.4V above the regulating value for longer than 20 pisec, the comparator will provide the signal required to fire the SCR. for this camp. The set operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 12 months a year on IS gallons of fuel per hour. Here.are five reasons why this owner chose the D311. 1. Dependability. The D311 is ruggedly built through and through to give dependable performance — even after many thousands of operating hours. 2. Ease of Operation. Just start it and forget it! There are no operating adjustments. The voltage regulator has no moving parts. Terminal voltage and voltage "droop"