|The LR3D Controller combines three essential devices in one physical container, making it a lightweight, space-saving, and cost-effective alternative for any aircraft electrical system, while also improving safety of flight. First, the LR3D operates as a quiet, linear regulator, generating little audio or radio noise (in contrast to switching-type regulators). Second, it provides a vital safeguard for your aircraft electrical system with a solid-state, crowbar over-voltage protection circuit. And third, the LR3D Controller functions as an important low-voltage monitoring and warning system.|
B&C LR3D-14 ALTERNATOR REGULATOR 14V
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No, this unit is intended for installation on experimental aircraft only. Our supplier does not include certs with the shipments, only a packing slip.
Per Vendor: "If the alternator has a single control wire for the "Field" (or F1) terminal, and other terminals for "Stator", "Ground", and "Batt", then the LR3D-14 should be compatible."