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I am rebuilding the armature of a 5kva 220 380 volts 50hz generator but I could not take the coil connections couse they were very damaged. So please if anyone could help me with this.

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Sorry, I don;t have a solution but do you have a good coil from one of those you would like to sell?

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SOURCE: HONDA GENERATOR PROBLEM

The armature (rotating field) is powered by the voltage regulator for 'excitation' which is the term describing a magnetic, revolving field. This magnetic field 'induces' voltage into the stator windings (stationary outer winding), producing voltage for use at the recepticles. Some older generators used a 'permanent magnet field, instead of using a powered winding from a regulator and the voltage and frequency were set by the RPM.
Frequency is still a function of RPM, but the voltage is controlled by the voltage regulator.


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Sounds like you have too much suction in the hammer cylinder. The hammer may be getting stuck at the top of the cylinder. Inspect to see if the hammer beat piece will slide out of the hammer cylinder. There may be too much grease behind the hammer causing suction at the up stroke. There may also be scarring inside, so inspect to see if the hammer beat piece slides smoothly. Hope this helps.

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forget about the display read the manual and find out how many volts are needed to charge the battery....then
get a voltometer and disconnect the terminals from the battery and connect them to the voltometer while the generator is running...
find out what the reading is...if the reading is zero (0)...then post a problem on (no out put)...
if not.....then there has to be a mistake...
if it reads a voltage thats too low..then you AVR card is burnt out (AVR card is located in the other end of the generator (beyond the stator-side cover)...

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Put the armature thru bolt in and back off about two turns. Smack the thru bolt hard with a hammer and the armature will release from the tapered crankshaft. You may damage the thru bolt. If so either get a new one or use a piece of all thread and a nut.

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The armature (rotating field) is powered by the voltage regulator for 'excitation' which is the term describing a magnetic, revolving field. This magnetic field 'induces' voltage into the stator windings (stationary outer winding), producing voltage for use at the recepticles. Some older generators used a 'permanent magnet field, instead of using a powered winding from a regulator and the voltage and frequency were set by the RPM.
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