|12/70||AL12-C60, SAL12-70, TAL12-70||07-17756||$520.00|
|12/70||AL12-EI60-L, AL12-EI60/B, AL12-EI60/C||07-18016||$625.00|
**Returned unit. Per manufacturer, unit is fit for service.**
12 Volt /70 Amps AL12-F60.
An alternative to high-priced, marginally-performing, rebuilt used replacement aircraft alternators.
Note: Plane-Power alternator only products do not include the required mounting hardware. First time installers must purchase Plane-Power alternator kit.
Plane-Power alternators are the product of years of research, development and intensive testing. Each component has been engineered, developed, tested and re-tested exclusively for use in general aviation aircraft. As a result of these efforts, Plane Power alternators offer significant improvements over legacy aircraft alternator offerings including:
• Generate significantly less heat while producing rated power
• Generate rated power at typical aircraft cruise RPMS
• Vastly improved balancing drastically reduces bracket failure
• Greater reliability for significantly increased service life
• Weigh up to four pounds less
I maintain 8 planes and put Plane Power altinators in them. Very pleased with the results. One word of caution, one failed and I discovered that someone else had tightened the belt too much. This caused the bearing to fail. These altinators have only one front bearing and cant take a very tight belt. P.S. I was in the United Arib Emeritus, on a round the world flight and Aircraft Spruce got me a new altinator in two days. Unbelievable
Hartzell/Plane Power alternators are top notch. However, be careful: I replaced mine with this unit (Cardinal 177RG) and found that the pulley on the new alternator did not have enough forward extension to provide proper belt alignment. I had to obtain a different pulley that was appropriate for my installation. Hartzell Tech Support was VERY HELPFUL, but it still set me back several days. If in doubt, talk to Hartzell before ordering.
relpacement altenator for experimental Denso altenator by Larco engineering. rated at 12v ,60 A.
For example, the 10-1050 (07-17755) alternator is externally regulated. You can use the P/P R1224 or R1224B regulators, both of which are 12 or 24 volt depending on how you have them configured.