Voltage Stabilization Circuit Board for CISON Engine Models
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Larry (East Troy, US)
Voltage Stabilizer Installation

I used the voltage regulator with the alternator (which had the internal diode plate I previously installed). Without the voltage regulator, the alternator on the CISON V8 engine easily operated the ignition system with only 7.4 volts to the starter motor. With the regulator, the alternator would not fire the ignition even with 11.2 volts to the starter. Checking the regulator board I noticed the resistance across the negative input/output was zero ohms, but it was about 8 megaohms across the positive input/output. So I installed a switch to bypass the positive input/output which lets the alternator fire the ignition during starting. Once started, I turn off the bypass switch and the engine keeps running with the alternator current going through the voltage regulator. I may change the system to automatic operation so the ignition gets battery current from the starter relay when the starter motor is running, then operates off the alternator and voltage regulator once the engine starts.

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Larry (East Troy, US)
Voltage Stabilizer Installation

I used the voltage regulator with the alternator (which had the internal diode plate I previously installed). Without the voltage regulator, the alternator on the CISON V8 engine easily operated the ignition system with only 7.4 volts to the starter motor. With the regulator, the alternator would not fire the ignition even with 11.2 volts to the starter. Checking the regulator board I noticed the resistance across the negative input/output was zero ohms, but it was about 8 megaohms across the positive input/output. So I installed a switch to bypass the positive input/output which lets the alternator fire the ignition during starting. Once started, I turn off the bypass switch and the engine keeps running with the alternator current going through the voltage regulator. I may change the system to automatic operation so the ignition gets battery current from the starter relay when the starter motor is running, then operates off the alternator and voltage regulator once the engine starts.