Question about Power Generators
240 side volts to 257 - 120 side volts to 134-135
In order to set voltage you have to adjust the govener idle screw , that is what helps regulate the voltage, the higher the motor revs, the higher the voltage, the lower, the lower the voltage. the govener arm is normally a gold color arm with a small rod connected on top of the block. it should have a screw with a nut, or just a screw. turn counter clockwise, then ck voltage output,repeat till desired voltage. i usually, set mine at about 124, because once you put a load on it, it will bring the voltage down some. hope this fixes your problem. let me know. troy
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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