How to Change Power AC to DC

16 Apr

Many ways to increase system performance lighting lamps in motkas alias. Ranging from the simplest to apply a halogen lamp to the most complex electrical systems to convert AC (alternative current) to DC (direct current).

Of course, the last way has some disadvantages though many advantages. If not, the motor manufacturer like Honda Tiger 2000 Suzuki Thunder 250 and moge built-up would not apply a DC lamp system. In principle work, the lighting system as well as the DC is applied to the car. It means that when the ignition key in the ACC position, the lights can be turned on. A view that was not there in the lights with the AC system because the engine must be alive to be able to turn on the lights first.

The advantages of using lighting models for DC voltage into stable so that the light bulb always be more durable. Also, lets not have a bobbin or generator overload because his job is only to recharge (recharging) the battery. While the AC generator lighting system is divided into two. From the current 5-8 (foot coil windings) in the bobbin rolls, some fled to charging, the rest to turn on the lights.

“Changing the bobbin generator or AC into DC is changing all the leg loops only for recharging because it will take a stun lights directly from the battery,” said Kiki Gustiawan of Joery Motorsport, specialist workshops HID and change electrical motors.

There are also drawbacks to convert DC electricity into light. Surely because charging becomes larger, the water quickly drains the battery wet a (yawn). Also, the standard battery is maintanance free battery should be changed to wet to avoid overcharging the battery explode due. The effect of the use of a wet battery, should diligently check battery water capacity so as not to diminish below the threshold.

Overall, the DC electrical system for lighting more suitable for motorcycle bars (male) with a battery compartment that allows checking of relief. Conversely, a small motor scooter like a duck and will be more troublesome in examinations battery water wet models.

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Posted by on April 16, 2013 in automotive


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