Thursday, March23, 2017

' Balmar 91 Series Dimensional Drawing'

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thread 14 x 24 positive stud
25 x single deepvee 75 to 100amp
532 GroundStud
25 x dual deepvee 91150 Alternators
Dio ling
Model Rating Volts Outputs Ground
Diode 75 12 1 Case
g Cooling
Cooline Diode
75 12 1 Isolated
oli e
Co iod
75 12 2 Case
Diode Diode
100 12 1 Case
Cooling Cooling
Diode 100 12 1 Isolated
Cooling Cooling
Diode Diode
Cool Dioolin
Diode de g
Stator AC tap
91100D 100 12 2 Case
150 12 1 Case
Positive 150 12 1 Isolated
Preferred 150 12 2 Case
912465 65 24 1 Case 17mm
IG Isolated Ground output at right red
isolating spacer Isolated ground post at left black 65 24 1 Isolated
12 Bore 80 24 1 Case
80 24 1 Isolated

14 x 24 positive 80 24 2 Case
Foot Configuration Sgl 1 Foot 128
Arm 180 degree offset
Sasys nothing means nothing
Says nothing means nothing
14Pole 725
Output Single PostDual Post D
Stator Output Alternating Current AC 80
Sealed Internally lubricated HD 64
Dual Internal Fans 48
Max RPM 6500
Amperage Output
Regulation External Multi Stage
Warranty One Year Limited 0
1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 5500 6000 710
Alternator RPM 745 91150
Note Dual output alternators will feature twin isolated positive output posts at the top or back of alternator Positive posts can be bridged to
provide improved cooling when used as a single output alternator

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