- Joined Oct 22, 2020
As people know, automotive alternators and gauss meters have been around since before the internet, yet, even though this is true, i can not, i repeat, i cannot find any info on the internet stating the surface gauss of an automotive altetnator rotor. Seems very odd that i cant find that info considering how common of an item an automotive alternator is, how long it and the internet have been around, up to today, and no internet search results when googling "gauss rating of alternator rotor winding". Im supposed to believe that, on the entire planet of 8 billion people, uploading for decades upon decades, there isnt any info on an automotive alternator rotor gauss rating??? What kind of is happening here? Seriously. Anyways, if you have a gauss meter and a setup which you can use to measure a automotive or other kind of alternator rotor winding gauss reading at the surface of one of the claws while the rotor is given its full power rating, or if you have a link to credible information regarding rotors and thier associated guass readings at various points and scenarios, please do share for everyone out there looking, so hopefully this pops up in the internet search for people to gain some knowledge from. Thanks. Have a good one!
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