The alternator (or generator) of a vehicle is the unit that converts the mechanical energy from the drive-belt into electricity. Amperage (amps) are the output level of the alternator. Alternator part number, as well as output amps are specific to each vehicle.Another AnswerYour question is a little like asking, "How long is a length of string?"! The rated output current of an alternator depends on its rated output power rating and its rated terminal voltage. The rated output power can vary tremendously, according to the physical size of the machine.
You will get reduced amperage (or output) from the alternator. A alternator rated at 80 amps would probably only produce 50-60 amps. If a diode in a rectifier is shorted, then the alternator output would be greatly reduced or possibly no output at all.
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.
60 Amperes. And the question is properly phrased, "How much Current Output should the G20's alternator have?". "Amps" is not a word.
Not sure, but it falls between 85 and 100 amps.
Rated output 135 amp, load test output 94 amp - this is assuming stock alternator, replacement alternators vary as some rebuilders mix and match parts...
hi in 94 corolla 80 amps alternator
It all depends upon what is "ON" at the time. A running vehicle with only the ignition system operating uses about 10-15 amps. Turn on the headlights and it will draw an additional 10 amps. With everything on, it can draw from 30-100 amps. Do you mean "what is the alternator rated at?" Your Jeep alternator would be normally rated at about 100 amps output.
it is either 110 amps or 135 amps
The different electrical systems in a car take a lot of amps to run. Depending on the engine speed, regular alternators mail fail to put out enough juice causing the engine battery to use up its reserve capacity. A high output alternator has exactly that, a high output of power. Any automotive parts retailer can sell you a high output alternator or you can order one through your mechanic.
On a car alternator, usually 10 amps or less.
Well, if the alternator is on any type of vehicle that has been made within the last 100 years, it will be the 100 amp alternator. There is no such thing as a 1900 amp alternator for a car. The highest I have seen is about 150 amps, and that is a heavy-duty truck alternator.
tag on alternator, but probably 35 amps >>CORRECTION>> adding "alternator" to the question is correct, however the amperage rating for an alternator in a 94 Accord DX is 80 amps. Unless of course this DX model has a VTEC engine (very unlikely) then it will have a 90 amp alternator installed.
motorcraft . com shows : 110 amps with single alternator --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 120 amp - lower alternator - heavy duty 140 amp - upper alternator - heavy duty
That alternator produces 136 amps.
Which side is the 1FZ FE alternator on? I thought the insides could be swapped in but the outside was an opposite.You can get the 1HZ 110/120 amp types for $320 now on ebay
3.9L / 5.2L engine - Denso Alternator Part No: 53008646 rated at 81 amps 3.9L / 5.2L / 5.9 L engine - Denso Alternator Part No:53008647 rated at 117 amps 3.9L / 5.2L / 5.9 L engine - Denso Alternator Part No:53008651 rated at 136 amps
Watts or Amps? Amps would be the alternator, don't know where you would find watts. Volts X Amps = Watts, for example 12 Volts X 55 Amp Alternator = 660 Watts
It should put of 13.5 to 15.5 volts. The alternator is an 80 amp alternator.
KVA is the combining two values. Volts and amps. Without the output voltage a calculation can not be made. The formula you should use is I = W/E. Amps = 45000/Volts.
Need to know the output voltage of the generator.
with the alternator running at around 2200 rpm (for most alternators this is topout meaning it is producing as much power as the rectifier will allow) an ammeter connected to the main power out of the alternator in between the battery and alternator should show you how many amps your alternator is putting outremember that most newer alternators require a 12vdc signal to "excite"the stator this is usually supplied by a separate positive wire in the pigtail of the alternatorThe only current that will be read is the actual current that is being drawn from the alternator at the time of the test. If the battery is down in charge, it will show a high current draw. If the battery charge is satisfied, the current level will only be that of what other circuits are drawing current in the car. The current output is totally dependent on the load on the alternator. The only true way to test the actual current output of the alternator would be to have it load tested at an auto electric store. They run the alternator on a jig and do a load test.
It reads the amps that the alternator is putting back in the battery.
The output current capacity of any generator depends upon it's output voltage. Kilovolt-amps are calculated from the Power Equation kVA = [(volts x amps)/1000] which you can change around to amps = [(kVA x 1000)/volts] From that you can calculate that a 70 kVA single phase 240 volt generator would have to be designed to deliver 291.667 amps.
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