Post Number: 1
|Posted on Sunday, June 05, 2005 - 05:04 pm: ||
help me some one please.... whit a Dynestarter....I need a diagram of a ... what I know as a dynastarter. It has 4 poles ... one runs to battery ( red ) ,and then 3 that must be dynamo + , Dynamo - with condensator and one whitout.... my prob is to know one from the other can anynoe help....?
dynastarter and charger is attached as photo
Post Number: 177
|Posted on Monday, June 06, 2005 - 04:06 pm: ||
The layout is a classical arrangement for starting and charging system.
But the unit you have, I think, is a dynamo only, not a starter. The four connections are:
The resistor shown in the diagram is internal to the dynamo and is part of the circuit to regulate the output current as the speed of the dynamo varies - in order to maintain constant output electric current.
I thnk the dynamo minus and the dynamo ground are the same connection.
You can use a digital ohmeter to measure the resistances between ground and the trerminals. You will find the resistances very low. In effect you are measing the reisitance of the copper wire.
You might also try polishing the body of the dynamo, sometime the connection designations are stamped into the body. The letters will be quite small.