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Suzuki 4×4 SJ413 Alternator and Charging System Circuit

Suzuki 4×4 SJ413 Alternator and Charging System Circuit. The Suzuki 4×4 SJ413 alternator features a solid state regulator that is mounted inside the alternator. All regulator components are enclosed into a solid mold, and this unit along with the brush holder assembly is attached to the slip ring end frame.

Honda Magna VF750C Alternator and Charging System Circuit

The 1994 Honda Magna VF750C Charging System consists of battery, main fuse 30A, regulator/rectifier, and alternator. The battery can be damaged if over charged or undercharged, or if left to discharge for long periods. Below schematic illustrates the 1994 Honda Magna VF750C Alternator and Charging System Circuit and Wiring Diagram.

Land Rover Series III Alternator Wiring Diagram

The Land Rover Series III Alternator’s mechanical features are a rotor supported by two ball bearings. No periodic lubrication is required. The field winding carried on the rotor is energized via a pair of air brushes and slip-rings. Cooling air is drawn through the unit by a fan mounted at the drive end. Below schematic depicts the Land Rover Series III Alternator Wiring Diagram.

Delco Remy Generator Wiring Circuit

The following schematic shows the wiring circuit of Delco-Remy 1118200 type. Three-unit regulator shown, the shunt windings in the cutout relay and voltage regulator are shown in dashed blue. The regulator contains a cutout relay, a voltage regulator, and a current regulator. The current regulator has a series winding of a few turns of heavy wire (shown in red) which carrier all generator output. The winding core is assembled into a frame.

1989 Mazda RX-7 Alternator and Charging System Wiring Circuit

Here is a typical schematic diagram of the 1989 Mazda RX-7 Alternator and Charging System Wiring Circuit. Prior to perform inspection and maintenance, make sure that: the battery connections are not reversed, because this will damage the rectifier; do not use high voltage testers, such as a megger, because they will damage the rectifier.