Figure 2-24.--Shore-power plug.
CABLE REELS.-- To protect cables when they
plug is shown in figure 2-24. To avoid personnel injury
aren't being use, they are stowed in reels located near
and equipment damage, carefully inspect shore-power
the shore power station. The reels are maintained
cables and fittings before making shore-power
according to PMS procedures. In addition to being kept
connections. When completing the shore-power
clean and dry, they must be periodically lubricated in
connections, follow installation instructions,
order to turn freely while removing or stowing cables.
maintenance requirement card (MRC) procedures, and
checkoff lists cautiously.
SHORE POWER CABLES.-- Shore power is
A phase-sequence indicator is used when
connecting shore power to your ship to verify proper
supplied to the ship through 150-foot lengths of portable
cables of type THOF-400. These cables are rated at 400
amperes each. They are constructed according to
Be careful when connecting or disconnecting the
shore power cables to ensure your personal safety.
Procedures for connecting and disconnecting the cables
are discussed in greater detail in chapter 3.
Figure 2-26.--Nylon Stuffing tubes.
Figure 2-25.--Phase-squence indicator.