6 December 2006
Including change 1, 7 December 2006
Figure 13-16. Cable Being Reeled by a Boom Truck.
13-6 PORTABLE SHORE POWER CABLES AND RECEPTACLES. Portable shore
power cables and receptacles shall conform to OPNAV 11320 (latest edition) and as
Note: Portable cables used to support submarines shall be specifically labeled for this
purpose and require additional specific testing and verification prior to each use.
Low-Voltage Terminations and Protective Circuit Breakers. The system
provides a 480 volt, three-phase, three-wire, ungrounded 60-hertz source to the ship.
a. All low voltage portable power cables will be terminated with a MIL-C-
24368/1 (procured from vendors on the Qualified Products List (QPL))
plug at the ship end of the cable for surface ships. Refer to Figure 13-17.
b. All low voltage portable power cables will be terminated with a MIL-C-
24368/5 (procured from vendors on the QPL) plug at the ship end of the
cable for submarines
c. The termination device at the service end of the cable must be compatible
with the design of the dockside power connection station (turtleback) and
may be terminated with one of the following:
MIL-C-24368/1 plug, for existing installations