18.104.22.168 Shipboard Connection. Generally use a MIL-E-16366, Terminal, Electrical Lug
and Connector Splices, Crimp Style, two-hole bolted lug type terminals.
22.214.171.124 Pier Medium-Voltage (4,160-Volt) Electrical Outlet Assemblies. The
assembly utilizes a three pole, 500-ampere, 4,160-volt receptacle with a matching plug. Units
have the Mine Health Safety Administration approval, are provided with a safety interlock, and
have been modified to remove a ground cable connector. (See Figure 17.)
Medium-Voltage Shore Receptacle
126.96.36.199 Medium-Voltage, (4,160-Volt) Receptacle Protective Circuit Breakers.
These medium-voltage, 4,160-volt, air or vacuum type, circuit breakers have a long time trip set
at 400 amperes and are key-interlocked with their associated receptacles to prevent
insertion/removal of the receptacle connector unless the circuit breaker is open.
Ship Connection Procedures Before Ship Docks. A Logistics Requirement
(LOGREQ) message, which describes power and general berthing requirements, will normally be
received from the arriving ship prior to entering port. This information, in conjunction with the
berthing assignment received from Waterfront Operations, will allow the Shore-to-Ship Group to
prepare the berth prior to the ship's arrival.