These are complete charging systems in a single, self-containing unit. Feature simplified wiring, higher output and longer service life. Clearance must be checked on foot clutch models. Replacement bolt-on regulators are also available.
|Article number||Description||Retail price||Add to list|
|782252||6 Volt charging system for 1936 thru 1964 models. Installation on 1936 thru 1957 models requires the use of the later style ZPN 151038 oil deflector||€ 741,72|
|782251||12 Volt charging system to convert 1936 thru 1964 6 volt models using a small 12 volt battery. Installation on 1936 thru 1957 models requires the use of the later style ZPN 151038 oil deflector||€ 736,07|
|782250||12 Volt High Output system for 1965 thru 1984 models. Installation on 1982 thru 1984 models requires an extra oil deflector ZPN 151038¤||€ 729,00|
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Polarizing generators and regulators
The following information and instructions are for your use, so your warranty will by in effect. No warranty can be in effect if these instructions are not followed. Whenever any component of a generator charged electrical system is serviced it is necessary to re-polarize the complete system, making sure it has the correct polarity so the system will charge in the right direction. If the system is put into service with the wrong polarity it may result in burned relay points, a dead battery and damage to both the regulator and generator.
1. To polarize a generator system with a mechanical regulator, momentarily connect a jumper wire of adequate gauge (a battery cable is ideal) between the “bat” and the “gen” terminal on the regulator after all wires have been properly connected and before starting the motor.
2. To polarize a generator system with electronic regulator/ rectifier. Before mounting the generator of the vehicle, place the generator on a non conducting work surface (like a wooden bench) and connect the positive terminal of a battery to the armature terminal of the generator. Then momentarily “flash” the negative battery terminal to the generator field terminal.