i have tried to compile an as accurate record of what was in the electrical control room, how it functioned and was laid out including the known circuit diagrams of the generators and how they were controlled, why there were as many panels as there were, the bus bar layout, what fuses did what etc... The only piece of it i cannot place for certain, but have a good guess for, is the Equaliser, that enabled linking of the generators.. There is only one sketch of its location, but because of the size of the box itself, of which there are no on ship photo`s, ( olympic or titanic, or any others of that kind ) only the box... its not possible yet to be certain where it was, or exactly what its parts did... just how it was in the electrical circuit diagram... ive even made scaled plans of where all the parts were, good to be within 1 foot. it took me 25 pages to reach that knowledge.. you can read it all here - Electricity During Sinking
. Really The Britannic holds a lot of keys to what was... its still intact on its side... but no one is going to plan it by diving yet, if they do, and record what was where, because its still there where it was built... one will uncover the mysteries of the Titanic for certain. but i bet my record of the control room.. holds true.