Nippon Seiki Voltage Stabilizer
Posted 03 August 2018 - 06:23 PM
Would this be a dodgy voltage stabilizer?
I have the Nippon Seiki gauges but am unsure how to replace the voltage stabilizer.
Is this possible? How do I go about doing this?
Posted 03 August 2018 - 06:37 PM
There's a post or 2 about this, I've posted in one about the replacement component required.
Have a search it should show up...
Posted 04 August 2018 - 02:57 AM
OK, so I found this:-
As Maplins (as mentioned in the Link) are out of business, you can get the Regulator (assuming it's also 10V like the Smiths one) from RS Components;--
The 10 Volt types are a little obscure and not easy to come by.
I also note in the linked article the use of a heat sink. If it's onlt the Fuel and Temp gauges that are being run off this, I wouldn't bother with the heatsink, however, a couple of small Capacitors should be fitted too, one between the Input & Earth and the other between the Output and Earth, anything around 1 to 10 Microfarrds would be fine here, just be sure that have a 15 volt of higher rating and watch the polarity of them.
Posted 04 August 2018 - 06:56 AM
The one I posted in was linked to that how to post. The question was asked as Maplin had just closed.
I looked up a 10v 1amp voltage regulator on eBay for my reply.
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