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Generator creates power at whatever rate it is spun, alternators use a regulator to maintain the same amount of power at all times
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NOTE There is a trend among manufacturers today to refer to the source of belt-driven electrical power as a -generator-; however, by virtue of the method in which the -generator- produces electrical current the device is actually an -alternator-. The two terms may be used interchangeably.
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