Bill Masquelier wrote:
> Have a question for the group- we have a Diehl case with alternator and
> have the correct AC voltages coming out (50,80,110 I think) but cannot get
> a rectifier/regulator to give us DC voltage.
https://www.manualslib.com/products/Onan-Nhc-3627442.html is a link to a
generator manual, which includes troubleshooting info for that alternator
(starting on page 30). If that doesn't work, I'll send you a copy. I don't
know about yours, but my GPASC alternator is an ancient Kohler 20A unit,
Steve Bennett told me, and a number of simple and inexpensive regulators
should handle it nicely. I've never had to replace my regulator, but the
manual does show the checkout process for alternator and regulator. I built
a regulator for my Suzuki motorcycle when I was a broke college student, and
there's not a lot to them. For what it's worth, when I thought N891JF's
alternator wasn't working, my research showed that a Kohler #435081
regulator would likely work for my application. See
http://www.stens.com/435-081-voltage-regulator for the regulator and stator
both, although these both say they are 15A, which should be plenty with LED
lighting and normal electronics.
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