There is a signal from the feed system to the ComAp controller 15 minutes before the feeding starts. This signal starts two of the main engines (the two with the lowest run hours). Then Power Management takes over, stopping one engine if load is low and automatically restarting it if the load gets higher. When the feeding is finished there is a small 45 kVA engine that is used for the accommodation load. This starts up automatically and synchronises with the main engines before they shutdown. There is one InteliMains NT panel set in MCB operation to control the mains when the mains is connected. They have the I-LB+ for connection to the InteliMonitor software on the PC in the control room.