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Re: voltage regulator wiring diagram

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Matt Huls

06-30-2013 17:13:53

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not sure where A is on the generator and where F is on the generator can't tell. Not sure which ones which. The 3 Poles on the voltage regulator are not labeled and I have lost the paper work for it.Does the generator its self need grounded to the frame?

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John T PS

07-01-2013 04:20:55

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 Re: voltage regulator wiring diagram in reply to Matt Huls, 06-30-2013 17:13:53  
Silly me, I forgot your VR question, heres how to tell which post is which on a good working VR using an ohm meter.

Put one lead to the case frame on the VR,,,,,

The BAT terminal should show no continuity (an open circuit) The FLD terminal should show low resistance to case frame, maybe zero to 3 or 4 ohms The GEN/ARM terminal may show 20 to 50 or so ohms

Got it?????????

John T

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Matt Huls

07-01-2013 15:03:22

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 Re: voltage regulator wiring diagram in reply to John T PS, 07-01-2013 04:20:55  
Thanks John that was very helpful!

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John T

07-01-2013 04:15:58

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 Re: voltage regulator wiring diagram in reply to Matt Huls, 06-30-2013 17:13:53  
YES the Gennys case needs a good ground to case frame.........

If you have a good (at very low ohms measurements) ohm meter and the genny is correct and good internally, heres how to tell which is ARM and which is FLD.

Put meter on low ohms scale,,,,,,,,attach one lead to case frame,,,,,,,the ARM should read near zero ohms very low ,,,,,,The FLD post will read around maybe 3 to 4 ohms higher then that on ARM post......

On some gennys the ARM post is a tad bigger in diameter then the FLD post......

No A or F stamped on the case?????????

That help???????? John T

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