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Re: 48v delco alternator?
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I know that a 24v Leece-Neville will do it. Reliably ? I dont know. I had replaced a alt(bad bearing) and put a rebuilt one on. Started the machine, checked voltage. 25ish at idle, 28 at high idle. Just as I finished putting my tools up, the operator came over and told me he had lost his computer, and two way radio. Since the alt was the last place I was I grabbed my meter, and nearly had a stoke. 48v at idle, I didnt have the nerve to check it at high idle. Luckily the machines inverter had low/high voltage protection, and shut its self off. I didnt hook anything up backwards or anything, I just figured someone in a volt reg factory somewhere either doubled up or halfed a diode or something.
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