Exchange 28 volt Marchal and Paris Rhone Regulators

Various faults can stop a regulator from working, sometimes regulators can be repaired and adjusted but sometimes they cannot. Where they have been 'cooked' (seriously overheated as in the photo opposite) or the contacts have become badly burnt, or even water has got in and corroded things, they are beyond repair. Good condition replacement working regulators have become increasingly difficult to find either new or second-hand and prices where they can be found, usually in France, have rocketed upwards beyond belief.

In order to help other M201 owners I have decided to offer the following working and tested regulators as 'exchange' items. The reason they must be sold on an exchange only basis is that I am in the process of developing an electronic board to replace the old inner workings so that where a regulator cannot be repaired it can be up-graded and the exchange service maintained.

 

 

At present I have available the following original types:

PARIS RHONE 28 volt REGULATOR
  • This is a pre-owned regulator that is in good condition.
  • It has been serviced, adjusted, and tested for both voltage regulation and current control.
  • For use with Paris Rhone 28 volt dynamo

These are available only as an exchange item at 95.00

It will not be supplied with the earthing strap - please leave this in place on your jeep and keep the bolts and washers that secure it to the regulator body in a safe place.

MARCHAL 28 volt REGULATOR
  • This is a pre-owned regulator that is in good condition.
  • It has been serviced, adjusted, and tested for both voltage regulation and current control.
  • For use with Marchal 28 volt dynamo.

These are available only as an exchange item at 95.00

It will not be supplied with the mounting brackets shown in the illustration or the earthing strap - please leave these in place on your jeep and store the nuts and washers in a safe place.

Regulators come and go so the regulator you will receive may not be the one in the photo although both of these are in stock at the moment.

They have been tested on the rig shown opposite for both voltage regulation and current limiting functions and are set up using a digital voltmeter / ammeter.

If you are interested in an exchange regulator then please get in touch

If you have an old non-working regulator hanging around in your garage then it could be donated to a good cause. As part of the electronic regulator project I need some more old regulators to mount circuit boards in for testing. I will pay the postage. If you can help then please also get in touch.

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