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TM9-6115-667-13&P PREOPERATION PROCEDURES PREPARATION FOR INITIAL USE The    unit    as    shipped    has    no    special    unpacking    or assembly   requirements   prior   to   usage.      Inspection   of ventilation  holes  to  assure  they  do  not  contain  packing debris is all that is required.  Otherwise, the unit may be connected to a hydraulic source upon receipt. ELECTRICAL BONDING If required, ground bond the electrical load and hydraulic motor   generator   at   the   ground   lug   mounted   on   the alternator  frame,  lower  right  (as  viewed  from  the  front SEE PAGE 3). CHECK HYDRAULIC POWER SOURCE 1. Using    a    calibrated    flowmeter    and    pressure gauge, check that the hydraulic power source develops a flow of 7-9 gpm/26-34 Ipm at 10002000 psi/70-140 bar. 2. Make    certain    the    hydraulic    power    source    is equipped with a relief valve set to open at  2100  psi/145 bar maximum. CONNECT HOSES 1. Wipe all hose couplers with a clean lint-free cloth before making connections. 2. Connect   the   hoses   from   the   hydraulic   power source   to   the   hose   couplers   on   the   hydraulic   motor generator.    It  is  a  good  practice  to  connect  the  return hose  first  and   disconnect   it   last   to   minimize   or   avoid trapped    pressure    within    the    hydraulic    motor    on    the hydraulic motor generator. 3. Observe     flow     indicators     stamped     on     hose couplers   to   be   sure   that   oil   will   flow   in   the   proper direction.  The female coupler is the inlet coupler. Note:  The pressure increase in uncoupled hoses left in the  sun  may  result  in  making  them  difficult  to  connect. When possible, connect the free ends of operating hoses together. OPERATING PROCEDURES 1. Observe all safety precautions. 2. Move the hydraulic circuit control on the Pioneer Tool  Outfit  (PTO)  to  the  ’ON’  position.    As  the  hydraulic motor    generator    comes    up    to    speed,    a    maximum electrical load of 3500W, single-phase 60-Hz alternating current, at 120-volts becomes available. 3. Connect the electrical loads. Note:    Output  voltage  is  proportional  to  the  RPM  of  the hydraulic motor. COLD WEATHER OPERATION 1. Before   using   the   hydraulic   motor   generator   in cold   weather,   preheat   the   hydraulic   oil   at   low   engine speed.  When using the normally recommended oils, oil should    be    at    or    above    50F/1    0°C    (400    ssu/82 centistokes) before use. 7

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