Dave, in my case the rotor was not changed, the stator was which is why I have a spare one and which was giving a 24 volt output,Dave ' Linwood ' Lane wrote:stator is the output , the rotor controls the voltage so winding that would do nothing to the volts , the rotor would need changing to get the 12V you want.African Imp wrote:Dave, Thanks, I think I have the grasp of what your talking about?
Can you tell me why the Aerogen 4 wind generator stator that I have is 24 volt and not the 12 volt that I required at the time?
Windings or wire numbers? etc etc.
So stator = output
Rotor or armature = voltage
Rectifier converts the AC generated in to DC using diodes
Regulator controls the volts produced by the rotor / armature
The rectifier was one of those small square ones with the 4 terminals on it.