14 to 14.5 volts. Same on all alternators Depending on the load and ambient temperature, the voltage should be between 13.0 and 15.1 volts. Most vehicles with good charging systems will measure between 13.8 and 14.8 volts on a warm day, depending on the battery type that the charging system was designed for. Below 13 volts have the alternator tested.
From 13.5 to 16 volts.
13.5-16 volts DC
It can put out too many volts and destroy the battery but not drain it. The alternator should put out between 13.5 to 16 volts.
From 13.5 to 15.5 Volts.
13.5 to 15.5 volts
With the engine running you should read from 13.5 to 15.3 volts at the battery with no lights or accessories on, with a nominal voltage at idle of 13.8 to 14.2, depending on temperature and battery state. Any less or more and the alternator is bad.
13.5 to 16 volts DC.
around 14-14.5 volts
It should put of 13.5 to 15.5 volts. The alternator is an 80 amp alternator.
Most likely 12 volts if it is on a car. Some boats use 24 volts, or in the case of my boat 32 volts.
13.6 to 14.5 volts with all accessories turned on, depending on temperature.
It is a 12 volt alternator. I think what you are looking for is how many amps is it. Most of them are 105 amp alternators.
The alternator should be putting out between 13.5 and 16 volts on a good alternator with the engine running as measured with a DC volt meter at the battery posts. Any less or any more and the alternator is defective of the belt is slipping.
The battery is 12 volts but the alternator generates about 13-14v to charge the battery.
This will still only produce 12 volts. It will produce 1200 watts. watts is the result of Volts times Amps.
The inverter isn't run off the alternator... it's run off the battery. The alternator simply recharges the battery.
if the alternator is working properly it should always put out between 13 and 15 volts
With engine running at idle you should read 13.5 to 15.5 volts at the battery.
13.5 - 14.5
Bad ECU, replace.
The standard alternator amperage on all 2001 Suburbans is 130 amps. The base, stripped-down Suburban with little or no options had and alternator output of 105 amps, but there were not many of those.
If the alternator is functioning properly you should read somewhere around 13.5 to 15.5 volts DC at the battery with the engine running at idle.
Get a "multimeter" which is a device that measures many electrical currents and put the positive and negatives on the corisponding terminals of the alternator you should be getting a reading of 12 to 14 volts if this doesn't happen then your alternator is'nt working properly
With the engine running check the voltage at the battery post with a volt meter. You should have from 13.5 âˆ’16 volts. Any less and the alternator is bad.