To restore operation of the left generator and reconnect
it to the respective generator bus, reset the GND FAULT
circuit breaker, then position the GEN 1 switch to
RESET, then back to ON.
If the BAT RELAY circuit breaker
trips again, after a reset attempt, do
not attempt to reset the GND FAULT
and BUS OVERLOAD circuit beakers.
Do not attempt to reset the BUS
OVERLOAD circuit breaker more than
b. When a current overload is sensed on the
one time. If it trips again, after a
battery-generator bus, the battery will be isolated from
reset attempt, no attempt should be
the bus, and the tie-cable which links the two generator
made to reset the affected generator
buses will be disconnected.
Both generators will
using the GEN 2 switch.
continue to operate supplying all loads, although
paralleling will be lost, and battery power will be lost to
all circuits. Fault warning will consist of divergent load
a. When right generator operation is terminated,
readings on the volt-loadmeters, and the BAT RELAY,
and the right generator bus is disconnected, the
BUS OVERLOAD and GND FAULT circuit breakers will
indication will be as follows: both MASTER WARNING
lights will flesh, the R GEN OUT annunciator light will
reset the BAT RELAY, BUS OVERLOAD and GND
illuminate, the BUS OVERLOAD circuit breaker on the
FAULT circuit breakers.
copilot's circuit breaker panel will trip, and a no load
reading will appear on the fight volt-loadmeter. To
restore operation of the fight generator, and reconnect it
to the generator bus, reset the BUS OVERLOAD circuit
In no event will a single bus overload
breaker, then position the GEN 2 switch to RESET, then
cause the loss of more than one
back to ON.
Section X. LIGHTING
2-73. Exterior Lighting.
lights have redundant circuit protection. Each light
switch has an internal 20-ampere circuit breaker element
of conventional navigation lights on the tail section and
which is in series with a respective 20-ampere circuit
on each wing tip, an anti-collision light (STROBE
breaker, placarded LANDING LIGHTS-LH-RH, located
BEACON) on the vertical stabilizer and the underside of
on the copilot's circuit breaker and fuse panel (fig. 2-19).
the fuselage center section, a single taxi light mounted
The STROBE BEACON lights are protected by a 15-
on the nose landing gear strut, dual landing lights flush
ampere push-pull circuit breaker placarded BEACON, on
mounted in each wing leading edge near the wing tips,
and two ice lights, one light flush mounted in each
control and select swatches are located on the control
nacelle, positioned to illuminate along the outboard wing
leading edge. All exterior lights except the STROBE
two ice light are controlled by a 5-ampere circuit breaker
BEACONS are controlled by individual two-position
circuit breaker switches on the left subpanel.
Placing any of the control switches ON completes the
circuit to the associated light. In the event of circuit
b. Exterior Lighting Circuit Breakers and Switches .
overload, the circuit breaker portion of the affected
The navigation lights are controlled by a 5-ampere circuit
switch will disconnect the circuit from power and the
breaker switch, placarded NAV, on the left subpanel (fig.
switch toggle arm will drop back to the OFF potation.
The taxi light
by a 15-ampere circuit
Repositioning a switch toggle to the ON position will
breaker switch, placarded TAXI, on the left subpanel (fig.
reset the circuit breaker. In the event the beacon circuit
The landing lights for each wing are controlled
is overloaded, the push-pull circuit breaker will pop out.
individual circuit breaker switches, placarded LANDING
To reset the circuit breaker, push in.