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12-Volt Alternator Installation & Operation Manual

December 13th, 2008 · No Comments

This alternator is uniquely designed and engineered to provide the finest performance and durability for your vessel. Unlike most automotive-type alternators found standard on the majority of pleasure craft and marketed as lower-priced marine alternatives, our marine alternators are built specifically to provide exceptional output at lower engine r.p.m’s typical of marine diesel engines, so you can enjoy shorter charge cycles, greater economy, longer battery life and less noise and fumes.

When used in conjunction with Balmar microprocessor-controlled Max Charge and ARS-4 multi-stage regulators, your new Balmar alternator can provide even greater efficiency when charging deep-cycle flooded, standard flooded, gel, AGM, Optima and other marine battery technologies. When preset for your battery type, the smart regulator will guide your alternator through a charging program that’s tailored to provide your batteries with the best care possible. In addition, Balmar multi-stage regulators provide the ability to temperature sense at your alternator. Should an over-temperature condition occur with an alternator temperature sensor (MC-TS-A) installed, the regulator will reduce field output to 50 percent to allow the alternator to cool under lesser load, and the Dash Lamp circuit on the regulator will activate to provide power for a visual or audible alert, enabling the user to respond to the source of the over-temperature condition. Together, the Balmar high-output alternator and multi-stage regulator work to assure the best charge possible.

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