The following steps are necessary to install the steps in a transformer for the following steps: Step 1: Turn the transformer on to DC voltage.
This is usually done with the ON/OFF switch or the ON and OFF switch on the transformer.
For more information on this switch, refer to the National Electrical Code for DC Power.
Step 2: Check the transformers current draw by turning the transformer off.
Step 3: Verify that the transformer’s DC voltage matches the transformer gauge reading.
Step 4: If the current draw is above the gauge reading, the transformer should be powered down.
If the output voltage is below the gauge, the current should be turned off and the transformer turned on again.
Step 5: Turn on the next generator, and repeat the above steps until the current draws exceed the gauge readings.
Step 6: Check to make sure the current is safe to turn on and off.
If not, shut down the generator for the first time.
Step 7: Check if the current on the current converter is safe by turning on the new generator and using the power button.
If there is no power, turn the current control switch off and power the generator off for about 10 minutes.
Step 8: Check that the current drawing of the current transformer is safe when switching from DC to AC power.
If it is, the DC current should drop to the meter reading, then the current current should return to its normal level, and then the next generation will start.