Question about Honda Electrical Supplies
Unit has no 110 output or does have 12 volt dc power,will start and run how do i fix it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you flash the field, are you going + 12 volts to the top or right side brush? Negative to the other brush? Try three times for 2 seconds?
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
At the controller, you need to see if it is actually sending electricity out of the Generator/Alternator, have a look where the leads from the power making unit mates, (Think of it as a motor in reverse) onto the board. There should be an AC Voltage there, then, work back, or out from there, trace the Voltage until it stops, thats the problem... Check the Breaker isn't tripped or faulty too.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
Take a resistance reading across the brushes with and Ohm meter. (not running) You should read a low resistance. If you have no resistance across the brushes then then either the brushes are not mating with the armature or the the armature is open.
IF you have resistance then the AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) in the endcap has failed. With the engine running and the Brush block disconnected you should have 4 - 12 VDC on the two wires going to the brush block. No voltage = bad AVR.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a honda ex1000
if it is in fact made for the country's you stated then that's common do to they don't use 110 but unlikely do to there sales are international in reading the manual the rating is
120volt 60 Hz rated 900va max 1000va
the 12volt section 12volts 8.3 amp current
i am attaching 3 pix's of the wiring diag so you can trace the wires hope this helps
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
The plunger is stuck where the governor rod which is spring attached to the frame is. If you locate the governor metal rod on the lower level of the unit. zrock it to a higher rpm as you would a car carburator from under the hood.
This will free the plunger and the green light will go on and your current meter will register 120 volts.
When you lay up the generator for quite some time it often sticks closed. With monthly start up you will no have this problem reoccurr.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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The EU3000 series generators are inverter generators. The generator features an alternator, which produced high-voltage, multi-phase AC power. This power is converted to DC power and then converted back to AC. This process is controlled by a microprocessor and is necessary to provide stable, consistent power capable of running equipment sensitive to power surges. This type of generator provides higher fuel efficiency and lower operational noise ratings in a lighter model than home and work generators produced by Honda.
The Honda EU3000i Handi is a 3,000-watt inverter generator that features wheels, folding handle and a recessed convenience light. The engine is a Honda GX160, which features a 163-cc displacement. The AC output is 120 volts, with an average rating of 2,600 watts and a maximum production of 3,000 watts. There are three receptacles to include a 20A, 125-volt duplex and a 30A, 125-volt locking plug. The DC output is 12 volts and 100 watts. The EU3000i can hold 1.56 gallons of unleaded fuel, which will provide consumers with 3.6 hours of run time at 25 percent load for 7.7 hours.
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