P & M Car Electrics 30 COMBER ROAD NEWTOWNARDS COUNTY DOWN BT23 4QP Tel : 028 9182 7067 Email: info@pmcarelectrics.co.uk
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STARTERS & ALTERNATORS How does a starter work? A starter is a component that converts electrical energy into mechancial energy. The electrical energy is supplied from the vehicle battery. When the starter switch is operated, current flows through the starters field coils and armature conductors and two magnetic fields are set up. These magnetic fields cause a turning movement, which is used for rotating the engines flywheel. A considerable amount of mechancial power is required to start the engine (about 2 or 3 h.p) and the starting current is usually in the region of 250 to 500 amps. How an Alternator works? An alternator produces alternative current (A.C) which is converted to direct current (D.C) before being connected to the vehicle electrical system (a batter can only store direct current). The conversion from alternative current to direct current is done by diodes (both neg – and pos +) fitted in the rectifier, the output of the alternator is controlled by means of a regulator 14.4 volts for a 12v system and 28 volts for a 24v system, these are the most common settings. For starter and alternator repairs please contact us on 028 9182 7067. We repair alternators on all makes of Cars, Vans, Trucks, Caravans, Motorbikes and trailers. Symptoms for alternator repairs can include: A flat battery The alternator light is on, even when the vehicle is running Your vehicle refuses to start, even after being run Your windscreen wipers appear to be slowing down when in use Your vehicle loses power when driving
Classic Cars Restoration We specialise in Electrical restoration work on classic cars.
P & M Car Electrics 30 COMBER ROAD NEWTOWNARDS COUNTY DOWN BT23 4QP Tel : 028 9182 7067 Email: info@pmcarelectrics.co.uk
Clipex makes a long lasting and economical sheep fencing.
Clipex makes a long lasting and cost effective cattle fencing
STARTERS & ALTERNATORS How does a starter work? A starter is a component that converts electrical energy into mechancial energy. The electrical energy is supplied from the vehicle battery. When the starter switch is operated, current flows through the starters field coils and armature conductors and two magnetic fields are set up. These magnetic fields cause a turning movement, which is used for rotating the engines flywheel. A considerable amount of mechancial power is required to start the engine (about 2 or 3 h.p) and the starting current is usually in the region of 250 to 500 amps. How an Alternator works? An alternator produces alternative current (A.C) which is converted to direct current (D.C) before being connected to the vehicle electrical system (a batter can only store direct current). The conversion from alternative current to direct current is done by diodes (both neg – and pos +) fitted in the rectifier, the output of the alternator is controlled by means of a regulator 14.4 volts for a 12v system and 28 volts for a 24v system, these are the most common settings. For starter and alternator repairs please contact us on 028 9182 7067 We repair alternators on all makes of Cars, Vans, Trucks, Caravans, Motorbikes and trailers. Symptoms for alternator repairs can include: A flat battery The alternator light is on, even when the vehicle is running Your vehicle refuses to start, even after being run Your windscreen wipers appear to be slowing down when in use Your vehicle loses power when driving
Classic Cars Restoration We specialise in Electrical restoration work on classic cars.
P & M Car Electrics
P & M Car Electrics