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DI-Rect Single Phase Regulator Rectifier Zener Diode Replacement - AC to 12v DC

DI-Rect Single Phase Regulator Rectifier Zener Diode Replacement - AC to 12v DC MAP4100

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  • DI-Rect Single Phase Regulator Rectifier Zener Diode Replacement - AC to 12v DC MAP4100
DI-Rect Single Phase Regulator Rectifier Zener Diode Replacement - AC to 12v DC
MAP Cycle has 24 left in stock
MAP Cycle has 24 left in stock
$54.50
"Diode-Rectifier" Replacement - Regulates and rectifies A.C. current to maintain battery/capacitor voltage. Perfect replacement for the expensive stock rectifier & Zener diode at a fraction of the cost. Works on any single-phase permanent magnet alternator up to 215 watts.
$54.50

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 Regulates and rectifies A.C. current to maintain battery/capacitor voltage. Perfect replacement for the expensive stock rectifier & Zener diode at a fraction of the cost. 

Fits:

  • Norton Triumph and BSA bikes with single-phase permanent magnet alternator up to 215 watts.

Features:

  • Replacement for stock Lucas Diode-Rectifier
  • Rectifies and Regulates AC to 12v DC
  • Single Phase
  • Will work on both postive and negative ground systems
  • 2 X 2 X 1/2"
  • Easy to follow wiring diagram
  • Made in U.S.A.

When combined with the MAP capacitor, is the absolute best combination for battery less operation.  As a two piece assembly, the capacitor if blown will not take out the entire unit.

NOTE:  For safety, it is best to use a battery for the brightest lights, especially at idle.

Easy installation instructions:

  • Attach yellow leads to the alternator.
  • The dark brown lead is positive. This lead gets connected to the blue/brown wire on the bike’s wiring harness. This blue/brown wire should go to the battery.
  • The red (or orange) wire is grounded.
  • Disconnect and remove the old Zener diode on the bike. Be sure to tape up the lead so it can’t short out anywhere.
  • We recommend you save the original parts.

Additional Information

SKU MAP4100
Reference #1 49181
Manufacture MAP Cycle
Country of Manufacture United States
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU MAP4100
Reference #1 49181
Manufacture MAP Cycle
Country of Manufacture United States
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I recently purchased this item and I I have a question: The wiring diagram provided with this item shows it with a capacitor. I am using a battery so how do I wire it without the capacitor? Where would the black wire go? Do I have to have the capacitor?
ALSO If I wired it with a capacitor the diagram shows a wire from the capacitor "to the battery side of the switch".. Is this the ignition switch?
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Hello !!. I'm looking for a regulator for my motorcycle : Triumph 1966 TR-6. But the regulator that I need has 5 wire. ( an alteration for more brightness in the front light) .
If you have it, please tell me the price for it and how much total sending to Puerto Rico .( S&H) . I have a customer number with you : 46516 . Maybe expired but this is the number that you sended to me few years ago. Thanks for the information about this part.
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