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Post  RPILKY on Tue Feb 16, 2016 6:33 pm

My friend says I should fit a solid state Regulator Rectifier to my 1956 Cruiser 75 to improve my electrics due to my regular problems and charging I would appreciate any advise,
Cheers Bob

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Post  Druid on Wed Feb 17, 2016 12:02 am

Hi Bob

The problem with fitting a rectifier/regulator to the 1H is that all four alternator coils are earthed and shared by ignition and lighting system.
For this reason it is not possible to use a standard bridge rectifier/regulator such as the Electrex World 6/12 V universal type.
I have just fitted one of these units to my Cruiser 89, OK in this case since the two 2T lighting coils are not connected to earth.

Dave

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Post  RPILKY on Wed Feb 17, 2016 10:51 am

Druid wrote:Hi Bob

The problem with fitting a rectifier/regulator to the 1H is that all four alternator coils are earthed and shared by ignition and lighting system.
For this reason it is not possible to use a standard bridge rectifier/regulator such as the Electrex World 6/12 V universal type.
I have just fitted one of these units to my Cruiser 89, OK in this case since the two 2T lighting coils are not connected to earth.

Dave

My friend says the Direct witch will also be come dead is that all right ?

cheers Bob

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