Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeJohn, my take is that a high magnetic field in either direction will pull the armature closed. Typically the shunt field is holding it closed and as engine slows/gen output falls & current finally reverses, at some point the shunt & series(current winding) fields become equal & opposite & cancel each other & at that point the spring pulls armature open. Like that?
Re: Allis G cutout relay in reply to JMOR, 12-26-2012 12:14:39
Darn if I know fer sure JMOR lol thats why I asked Bobs opinion. I was a thinkin the reverse high discharge current helped facilitate the reverse magnetic field that sorta helped un latch the relay??? Buried deep in the bowells of my computer I have a lot of original Delco data somewhere, this may force me to go to work and study up on this grrrrrr
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