|Advanced regulator/rectifier circuit provides steady 13.8 volt output regardless of load. Maximum output 220 watts, 16 amps. Accepts AC input from 15 to 100 volts. Can be used with AC strobe.|
Worked great took about 5 minutes to install and I was back in the air!
Super fast shipping and excellent service thx guys for getting me in the air!
Just what I ordered and worked as advertised!
Just replaced this after my old one (decades) had quit working, then one day decided to overcharge the capacitor and explode mid taxi. Luckily I was close to home and could remove it from the system and fly the short hop home. I put a new one in with heat sink paste and all is well. We shall see how long it lasts.
My old regulator/rectifier literally Blew up. In flight So I ordered this one from AircraftSpruce for replacement Very fast service, installed, checked Voltage ,as is Perfect Back flying again
5 stars is probably not high enough. Great product only to be surpassed by AirCraft Spruce service.
Order came very quickly, my plane is back in the air with the new regulator that is working very well.
Easy install. Works perfectly on my Rotax 503.
Very fast service & easy to order online
Pure DC! Using cigar lighter adapters, this powers the internal batteries of my ULs radio, GPS, EIS and strobes. No need for a heavy battery in my electrical system!
Per the supplier: No, it will not work on the Jabiru's.
Per Vendor: Yes, the Rotax 503 would be the most typical application for this product. This will be hooked up to the lighting coil/alternator.
No, this would not over charge your battery, as long as your battery is not over 14 Volts.
Yes, the Keywest regulator is a very popular regulator for Rotax 2 stroke engines.
Per Rotax Tech: Yes, this regulator will work fine.
Max input is 220 watts.
Per Vendor: if the 532 has the same "lighting coil" as the 582 then yes the 11-03168 will work. On the circa 1990-2000 Rotax 503 and 582 engines these were the yellow and yellow / black wires coming out if the flywheel case.