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These are part of AC to DC conversion. A half-wave rectifier keeps only the positive part of the signal. A full-wave rectifier also keeps the negative part, but flips it to make it positive too.

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This stator is out of a Wisconsin VG4D gas motor. Both black leads go to a rectifier. Red and white leads go to a regulator. White lead pigtail goes to ammeter gauge and on to battery. I need to … winding around each pole alternating between left and right hand winding. Most single phase stators just have 2 A/C leads that go to a 3 pole rectifier/regulator 2 poles for A/C power and one pole to battery. …
asked Apr 22 by Pete Mcbride