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The Alternator stator is another important component of the alternator. It is the stationary part of the alternator and is fixed inside the alternator casing.
The alternator stator consists of a series of windings (usually made of wires) wrapped around an iron core. The windings are usually arranged in a star or delta arrangement, depending on the alternator design.
The main function of the stator is to alternator a stable magnetic field. As the alternator’s rotor rotates, a magnetic field is created by the current in the stator windings. This rotating magnetic field interacts with the slip ring (or rotor winding) on the rotor to produce a current output.
The stator windings draw current from an external power source by connecting to it, such as a vehicle’s battery. This current passes through the stator winding to alternator a stable magnetic field, which then interacts with the slip ring on the rotor to produce a current output.
Simply put, the alternator stator is the stationary part of the alternator that interacts with the slip rings on the rotor by creating a stable magnetic field to produce a current output. It is a key component in an alternator and is responsible for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy.
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