The generator makes power for the car so the battery doesn't drain flat in a few miles/kilometers. Everything a car does takes power, and batteries alown just can't cut it on long trips. However, generators have not been used in todays American automobiles for nearly 50 years. The alternator took its place in most cases in 1963. It does the exact same job.
Probably, a little. However, they are required for every other function your car uses, including the generator. So you kinda need it.
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It Depends. Is is a new style alternator? or old generator? if it was the old style generator on the tractor it will be positive ground. If it was the alternator is is negative ground.
You cant live with the ozone you dumbfudge
Many ONAN Generator Engines.
If this is a car generator, 13.6 v is ok.
You can buy portable generator from sears as it is the best option which gives you flexibility to use it for your car as well as for your daily usage.
If you are asking what the normal ouptput voltage of a car's alternator/generator is, it is 13.5-14.5 volts.
Depending on how old it is then an 'old' generator does produce DC current.
A steam turbine/generator in a power station, a small gasoline powered generator, or a 12v alternator in your car driven by the engine.
-- Hand-crank generator -- Hydroelectric generator -- Windmill generator -- Front-wheel generator on a bicycle -- Car generator, run by a belt from a wheel on the crank-shaft -- Any turbine generator, i.e. turned by a shaft which is forced to turn by anything else
A motor driving a generator to operate an electric car does not need to be as large as an engine that normally drives a car. This is because the engine must be made to provide the maximum power that the car requires wheras the generator motor only needs to provide enough to charge the batteries.The actual size depends on the size of the car and the batteries used.
rent an ozone generator.
In a vehice it is the alternator/generator. On the bench it is a charger.
no, usually increase the rpm of your car, this will kick in the generator - this will supply amperage to start other car