# Question: How do you wire an external regulator?

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## How do you hook up a power regulator?

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## Does external voltage regulator need to be grounded?

Other than the possibility of damaging a regulator the answer to the question is no. The case to the voltage regulator is not grounded, it makes zero connection to the case so it wouldnt matter. The charging system gets its ground from the wire the back of the alternator.

## What is the formula of voltage regulation?

Load regulation (percent) = 100 x (voltage no load — voltage full load) divided by voltage full load. Line regulation is the amount of voltage variation from the output of a voltage regulator, or a transformer, that results from a change of voltage at the input of the voltage regulator or transformer.

## Do alternators produce AC or DC?

Car batteries operate on one-way direct current (DC) electricity, while alternators output alternating current (AC) electricity, which occasionally flows in reverse. [6] So prior to going to the voltage regulator, power intended for the battery goes through a diode rectifier to turn into DC.

## Which voltage regulation is best?

But, the voltage regulation will vary as power factor varies. Ideally, there should be no change in the transformers output voltage from no-load to full-load. In such a case, we say the voltage regulation is 0%. To get the best performance out of your transformer, you need the lowest possible voltage regulation.

## What is called voltage regulation?

In electrical engineering, particularly power engineering, voltage regulation is a measure of change in the voltage magnitude between the sending and receiving end of a component, such as a transmission or distribution line.

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