To help produce voltage.
Your car should produce about 14.4 volts from the alternator when the engine is running. If it does not produce anything over 12 volts, your alternator is not charging and you need to get it repaired or replaced.
13.5 to 15.5 volts.
13.5-16 volts DC
No. The alternator has to be turning to produce the charging voltage. It only turns when the engine is running.
alternator can produce the current to supply in the vehicle our vehicle needs D.C current but the alternator can produce A.C current the A.C currrent can convert into D. current by diodes ADVANTAGES OF ALTERNATOR: it is light weight it is compaq in olden days generator are used but it is a heavy weight and it can occupy more space so alternators re used
Yes, and internal diodes convert it into dc.
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Dynamo, alternator, solar panel.
The alternator produces power to charge the battery. The battery powers the starter to turn the engine over.
You put a "load"on the engine; the alternator is energized, getting power from the engine in order to produce electricity.
A three-phase alternator has three sets of windings that produce three currents. The three currents make up the three phases. Together these produce the total AC output of the stator. An alternator is made up of a stator and a magnet rotor which is also known as the flywheel.
It should produce 14.5v +/- and it's DC.
The working principle of an alternator is like that of a small turbine. The alternator spins and a series of copper wires and graphite brushes inside the alternator produce electricity. That electricity is then transferred to the battery to keep it charged enough to run all of the electric parts on the vehicle.
This will still only produce 12 volts. It will produce 1200 watts. watts is the result of Volts times Amps.
I'm not sure I understand your question. An alternator will have to produce 13 volts to charge a battery at 13 volts. Most alternators are able to produce 14+ volts but the range is 13.5 to about 15.5 volts.
A battery does not produce power, it just stores power. The alternator produces the DC voltage the battery stores. As the power is taken from the battery it is replenished by the alternator.
A: No problem but don't expect the power to increase
Alternators should produce around 14 volts. I say around because this can vary with temperature, engine speed and the age of the alternator. If you think yours is kicking out too much it's probably the voltage regulator. If you think its not enough it could be the brushes. The easiest thing to do is to pull it and take it to a parts store; most of them will test your alternator for free.
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.
Yes it does. The alternator will only produce voltage if it has a battery supply. The battery power is used to create a magnetic field in the alternator. Spinning the magnetic field induces an electric field in the stator windings. Then the alternator can produce power to recharge the battery and maintain the electrical supply to the engine and ancilliary circuits.Take away the battery, no electrics, engine dies. Plus, it can also cause an electrical spike that could damage the computer.
it will not produce voltage or high enough voltage when running should be around 14 volts running
Modern vehicles use an an alternator, which is the term used to describe an a.c. generator. The output from the alternator is then rectified to produce the d.c. necessary to charge the vehicle's battery and run its electrical equipment.