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Alternator Data Interpretation

10/20/2014 11:27 AM

Hi,

I came through the following parameters for alternators.

1. Stator Winding: Double layer lap

2. Rotor: Dynamically balanced

3. Wave form distortion: No load < 1.8 %, non distorting balanced linear load < 5 %

4. Telephone Interference Factor: Better than 50

5. Total Harmonic Factor: Better than 2%

Questions:

1. What is the advantage of double layer lap ?

2. Are not all rotor dynamically balanced? Why it has to be mentioned specifically in specification ?

3. What is non distorting balanced linear load <5% ?

4. Why telephone interference factor better than 50 ?

5. Why total harmonic factor better than 2% ?

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Re: Alternator Data Interpretation

10/20/2014 12:43 PM

Google will probably answer these questions for you....

Google search 10 seconds...

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Re: Alternator Data Interpretation

10/20/2014 11:08 PM

Google it....

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Re: Alternator Data Interpretation

10/21/2014 2:31 AM

All this shows the alternator manufacturer did a lousy job of informing prospective clients what they want to know.

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Re: Alternator Data Interpretation

10/21/2014 6:48 AM

Some questions from my side. Why do you want to know all this? How are you connected to this generator? What is your back ground?

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Re: Alternator Data Interpretation

10/21/2014 10:39 AM

I hope he is not connected in series with the generator!

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Re: Alternator Data Interpretation

10/21/2014 9:58 PM

He parallelled his questions . . .

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