Voltage Regulator

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Anonymous
Voltage Regulator

Hello,

I am looking for a Prestolite Voltage Regulator # 8-405 VSH-6201JY. I cannot find it anywhere and was hoping you could help.
Thanks
Ralph

DarylF
Prestolite Electric
Arcade, NY USA
Posts - 1204

Ralph,

This regulator is available and it looks like our warehouse has 31 in stock.

Please contact a Leece Neville distributor and they will be able to get one for you. Please use our search engine to locate your nearest distributor.

http://www.prestolite.com/pgs_buy/distributor_listing.php

Good day,

Daryl

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John Harney
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I'm looking for a Leece Neville voltage regulator (14V/125A). Item # R0013477RA, Date Code 78-09. Does your distribution network handle these?

Thanks.

DarylF
Prestolite Electric
Arcade, NY USA
Posts - 1204

John,

 

We no longer make this regulator but it may be a chance that our distributors may have one.

 

Use our web site at the link below to get contact information on our distributors.

 

http://www.prestolite.com/pgs_buy/distributor_listing.php

 

Good Luck.

Peter Wolinski
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Hello, I have a marine alternator on my perkins 4-107 diesel, on a sailboat. This alternator I believe is a 60amp, and is using a prestolite #8-405 VSH-6201JY regulator. I currently am switching from a lead-acid battery set, to a gel battery set. Will this regulator work with gel batteries?

I know gel batteries should not be charged at more than 14.2 volts. It seems that the regulator is not allowing it to go past that currently when I'm charging the lead-acid batteries, so I wondering is it will be fine with the gel batteries. any advice would help. Thanks!

Kevin Casey
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I am looking for a prestolite VSH-5204C-Y can you help?

TOM
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RUSSELLS NEW OLD PARTS HAS VINTAGE REGULATORS INCLUDING YOURS

hanleyclifford
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I have a Motorola 35 amp alternator with a Prestolite internal regulator on my boat. The alternator does not begin charging until I get over 1000 rpm, but then charges normally even below 1000 rpm. Why is thisw so and is it a normal condition? I would like to understand this.

Fritz
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I have a 1950 Dodge Pick-up and am looking for a voltage regulator (6v pos. ground) for it. Would like one that will adjust to a little over 8volts as I am running an 8v battery. I understand that you make one, or did anyway. Can you help? Thanks

Mark Timerman
Prestolite Electric
Texas, USA
Posts - 529

Good day, we don't make anything in 6 volt anymore. You will have shop around, maybe google it or contact a local rebuilder, or a large rebuilder like J&N Electric. Thanks

Mark Timerman
mtimerman@prestolite.com
Tech service line: 866-288-9853

G Cook
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I am replacing a Prestolite 8RF2012A regulator on a Motorola alternator. I need to know what the leads are by lead color. My diagram does not call out the colors. I have yellow with a connector, green, red and black. The old regulator did not have a yellow lead.

Paula Parry
Arcade, NY
Posts - 241

G,
The lead colors are
Red=goes to regulator terminal for D+/indicator light
Black= ground terminal
Green= field terminal
Yellow= Ignition goes into 12V key source

Best regards

G Cook
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What is the difference between an 8RF2011A and an 8RF2012A? I have an alternator that is supposed to have the 2011A but it currently has the 2012A installed on it.

Paula Parry
Arcade, NY
Posts - 241

The only difference between the 8RF2011A and the 8RF2012A is that the the ignition wire on the 8RF2011A is white and the 8RF2012A the ignition wire is Yellow

Anonymous

We are restoring a 1952 Mack fire truck which was special ordered with a 7 Volt Leece-Neville generator/alternator, P/N LN5102GA3. We wish to convert the truck to a 12V negative-ground system by changing ONLY the externally-mounted rectifier and the voltage regulator. Since the alternator's max output is just under 100 amps, I am wondering which Leece-Neville voltage regulator to purchase. Of course, I would prefer to have a regulator that well exceeds the alternator's output (150 or so amps, max). I had a resident expert tell me to use your P/N L5106 regulator. Do you agree...and are they available?

Anonymous

Correction: Voltage Regulator P/N in my previous post was listed incorrectly. I should have typed "L5016" instead of L5106.

Paula Parry
Arcade, NY
Posts - 241

James,
Per our phone conversation I will try to lacate the information you are looking for

Best regards

jer
Not registered

I am upgrading my twin 350 Gm boat to 90 amp alternators. The old alternators are leece neville but the info is not on the alternator. There is a yellow wire coming out of the regulator that goes to the ignition....my 2069TA has connections but I want to make sure the ignition wire is connected correctly. Where do i connect the ignition wire on the 2069TA? Just want to be sure my info is correct.

Paula Parry
Arcade, NY
Posts - 241

Jer,
The 8MR2069TA alternator is a self excite alternator therefore you will not need an ignition wire

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