PLA750 SERIES NEW AND IMPROVED 12V 20A RECTIFIER UNIT OR DIODE BOARD
New and improved 12V 20A rectifier unit or diode board to suit CJ750
and others

These improved rectifier units or diode boards are a great upgrade to
your ride.  Featuring 20A amp (original is 16A) or ampere 100V diodes
and all contained within an epoxy resin heat sink that also resists
vibration and waterproofs.  Cast aluminium cooling panel with fin design
keeps the unit cool and dissipates heat effectively.

Will suit a variety of rides including Chang Jiang 750 12V M1M (SV) or M1S
(OHV) as well as other rides running 20amp alternators such as BMW
R60, R65, R75, R80, R90, R100 1969-1995 and Moto Guzzi 1974-1994.

This part is also sometimes referred to as a si-commutator and we have
even seen si-communicator.  It's a mouthful, isn't it!?

Item # E401200B   Weight - 310g     USD 19.50
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Yellow - Alternator/generator stator outlets (3)

Green - Alternator/generator stator

Black - earth

Red - positive, +ve, connects to battery

Blue - Alternator stator, charging light indicator
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