Author Topic: Regulator Options  (Read 169 times)

Offline Tony Smith

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Regulator Options
« on: December 04, 2020, 12:59:16 AM »
As part of the diagnosing of the charging problems with the JPS (now completely cured) I found that there were multiple contributing factors in addition to an intermittent failure in the stator. One of the things that weren't quite "right" was the regulator.

I have alwways used Bosch (Australia) RE57 and RE55 external regulators, they have provided sterling service and have proved to be reliuable as a hammer (this is the first failure I have ever experienced in one) but unfortunately when I went to buy one I found that they have been out of production for a number of years and those few that remain have silly asking prices.

I bought a Euromotorelectic adjustable device and it works happily, but I am not using it.

In the course of my searching I found these interesting Chinese devices and at approximately $AU10 each I couldn't help myself. I am running one now and it seems to provide a very steady 13.9 to 14.2 volt regulation, annd it has a neat little LED to let you know it is working.

Put the part number into eBay if you are interested.

1978 R100RS| 1981 R100RS (JPS) | 1984 R65 | 1992 KLE500 | 2002 R1150GSA |

Offline dogshome

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Re: Regulator Options
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2020, 11:48:55 AM »
Is that Bavarian or Old Gothic on the label?  ;D
肉(r?u)包(bāo)子(zi)打(dǎ)狗(gǒu) (meat+bun(2nd and 3rd)+hit+dog)
* Literally: To hit a dog with a meat-bun.:-O

Offline mrclubike

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Re: Regulator Options
« Reply #2 on: December 04, 2020, 07:08:04 PM »
Good old DELCO REMY "A" circuit for me
Solid 14.7 volts for my PC680
« Last Edit: December 04, 2020, 07:17:24 PM by mrclubike »
1982 R65 running tubeless Snowflakes
2004 R1150R