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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More than likely your voltage regulator is out. The generator produces electricity, so you know the rotor and stator are OK. The 50 volts comes from the magnets permanent properties. The reason you are not getting 120 is because rotor or electron magnet is not getting any power supplied to it, which it needs to produce the amount of electrons you need to have 120vac. Make sure your engine is running at 60 hz first, and you should ohm out the windings and circuits that connect to your regulator.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: Generator output
Hi, You don't say whether this is under load or not but if not is within the acceptable range, which is +/- 10% . Generally speaking, voltage on a generator is not the issue but the load which it will carry, hence their wattage ratings. Measure your household voltage and you will see that it varies from day to day but usually stays within the limits and your electrical panel is rated in amperage. Hope this answers your question!
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
I can't tell you what type of rotor excitation you have without the model number but,
If its capacitor excited then you have a bad capacitor(s). If it has a voltage regulator then it could be bad or the sensing wires going to it are bad. If the unit is not sensing proper voltage its going to increase excitation thus causing your units voltage to be to high.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Terry this unit has 2 AC outputs so the reading that you got is correct. I am trying to surmise the actual problem that you have. You may have lost a system ground in the mobile home which would give you power as you stated but no power to the mobile home as the system ground has been lost.
Dumb questions time.
1. Battery voltage above 10 Volts?
2. Have you checked the DC Fuse?
3. Have you reset the breaker on the control panel?
Last test.. is to disconnect all outputs and try a voltage test again. A system distribution short will cause the inverter to go into the self protect mode.
Have you reset the breaker
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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