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Hi,
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
-It has a generator* to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
+It has a generator* to provide electrical power to the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
+
* Usually generators provide DC output while Alternators provide AC which is rectified to DC output.
[image|777761]
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm
The output of the generator varies from 5.5V at 2300 rpm to 8.7V at 8000 rpm so it just squeezes in.

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
-It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
+It has a generator* to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
+* Usually generators provide DC output while Alternators provide AC which is rectified to DC output.
[image|777761]
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
+
I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
+
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm
+
The output of the generator varies from 5.5V at 2300 rpm to 8.7V at 8000 rpm so it just squeezes in.

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
[image|777761]
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
-
-(I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
-
+I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm
+The output of the generator varies from 5.5V at 2300 rpm to 8.7V at 8000 rpm so it just squeezes in.

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
+
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
+
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
+
[image|777761]
+
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
+
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
+
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
- (I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt.
+
+(I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
+
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
-
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
-
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
-
[image|777761]
-
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
-
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
+Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
+ (I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt.
+http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm

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Düzenleyen: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
-It has a generator to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
+It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
[image|777761]
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: jayeff ,

Metin:

Hi,

Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.

It has a generator to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).

[image|777761]

Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.

http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf

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