Generate 220v AC from 12v 64 Amps Car Alternator via Solar Panel Excitation ( 21 volts )

hi guys hey what you see is a 12-volt scar 
altering it oh you can see that at the back   of it there is no three-phase rectifier 
because I took it out since I converted   this into a three-phase brushless DC motor 
now guys a car alternator produces 12 volts   at an RPM of around 2,000 or more and my 
target is to produce 12 volts at 3 times   less than rated RPM which is somewhere around 
700 RPM so guys these four are the wires coming   out from the armature winding now among these 
full there is one tapping point because it is   a star connected finding since this terminal 
is the thicker one so the probability is high   for the tapping point to be this one so let's 
remove it so guys here you can see the tapping   point the remaining three are normal all the 
wires are coming on and joining at this point   so what I have to do is D solder it and remove 
the tapping now guys are the armature winding   of this alternative contains three separate 
windings now you see here six wires okay   one two three the smaller one four five and 
six now these six wires are from three coils so guys it's time to replace the brushes 
back at the back of this alternate again okay so guys now the wiring 
has been done and also space   has been created for installing 
the new wires let's install it so guys to connect the pressures back again all 
you have to do is push them inside and keep them   held back with a metal or thin metal piece or 
oil pen okay so one is already in as you can see   the other one is held back okay so guys the case 
has been installed as before now I have to remove   this metal wire to make the brush get in contact 
with the slip ring okay so now it's in contact okay so guys are the old 
leader is all set for testing so the phase virus will be connected in series 
to increase the overall armature winding voltage   power phase so three phases will be connected 
in series so guys here as you can see that I'm   using a UPS battery 12 volts a 70-inch chloride 
so I've connected the terminals from the UPS   battery to the brush slip ring terminals a red 
and blue although one wire is not connected that   I will connect afterwards and the wires from the 
alternator have been connected in series and the   final output is appearing on this green wire and 
this black wire so here what I have as multimeter   pointing towards 200 volts AC mode to measure 
the generated voltage from the alternator so   let's do the connections and do the test ok 
black to black although it does not matters   because the old is coming out from the alternator 
is going to be AC so polarity does not matters   at the moment so the wires have been connected 
meter is pointing towards with zero point zero   volts and one wire from the ligase battery has 
been connected to the brushes now let's connect   the other wire to and then move the shaft to see 
some generated voltage and after that I'm going to   do some rope rotation so zero rules so maximum 
that I did was three volts with hand rotation okay the thread has been found 
now I have to touch the terminal   to the battery ok the connection has 
been made keep watching the screen whoa so guys as you saw that I generated around 
14 volts AC with the help of this alternator with   simple rope rotation which is really awesome 
which means that the series connection the   modification that I did are actually working 
a little higher rpm somewhere around 2000 AD   it is going to produce 36 volts so guys 
this is the Royal Enfield headlamp bird   that I am going to use to connect her to 
this ordering it out and test its power connecting this fire okay go okay so guys this 
is a single phase rectifier 35 amperes which   I'm going to connect so as you can see here the 
plus positive terminal and this is the AC the   black and red are the AC if this one is AC then 
the diagonal opposite is also AC so these two   will be connected to the black and green terminal 
from the alternate oh one is done comes the second   one that also is done now finally the output will 
be DC and will appear on blue and black so let's   connect ammeter again so guys as you can see I 
have connected the rectifier and the terminals   of the meter and now it is pointing towards 20 
volts DC mode although this brush brushes and the   rotor system has not been excited I will connect 
the wires so I found the threat now it's time to   connect in the blue terminal the rotor winding 
okay that being done watch the meter screen so   it was 11 point 5 volts DC a little bit voltage 
went because of the forward biasing around of 1   point 4 volts and now guys since the output is 
DC okay I can also measure the output current   since I have seen the winding connections let's 
see the impact of that okay watch the screen around 5.8 1 amperes is what I produced by the 
Rope rotation test so the total power that I   produced was around 72 watts so guys here what you 
see are three rectifiers 35 ampere single-phase   which will be connected to the output terminals of 
the alternator this is a thirty-eight watts solar   panel now I'm going to measure its voltage you can 
see I have pointed out at the meter towards 200   volts DC mode because its voltage is going to be 
more than 20 as you can see it's twenty point one   volts now measuring its current and this panel 
is very old almost eight to nine years old and   you can see it as still producing one point five 
amperes DC now this is a sixty Watts 12 volts car   headlamp bulb 60 watts meaning that it will take 
somewhere around five amperes from a DC source so   I have connected the solar panel output terminals 
and as you can see that it is not glowing because   obviously the current from the solar panel is 
not high enough now the three rectifiers are   here on which the base I will keep the Weiss and 
otherwise is for mounting the alternator and the   three-phase virus independent windings will be 
connected to the three independent rectifiers   and the output of the rectifier will be connected 
in series to increase the voltage at the same rpm   three times the final output will appear on this 
blue and a red terminal red being positive and   blue being the negative terminal you can see the 
brush terminals are still not connected red and   blue these two wires will be connected to the 
output from the solar panel which this video is   about so let's connect the output of the rectifier 
to the multimeter in 20 volts DC mode to measure   the voltage being generated by the alternate 
after its excitation with the solar panel so   the solar panel wires have been connected to the 
brush or rotor terminals of the alternator and   the alternate errata winding is excited now now 
let's mount the thread and measure the generated   voltage with the help of the multimeter and as you 
can see the generated voltage was nine point two   two volts let's try once again a little harder 
and as you can see the voltage has increased by   ten point two five volts DC now since the output 
from the rectifier is direct current so I can also   measure the current in ampere mode okay keep 
watching the display screen and as you can see   the current was as high as seven point five seven 
amperes once again yeah this time it was not that   high five point one eight amps now I'm going to 
extend the final output wires from the rectifier   set and connect a sixty watts car headlamp bulb 
and try if this setup can glow this ball sixty   watts and initially you saw that this bulb did not 
glow from the output terminals of the solar panel   let's see if this way it glows and as you can 
see that it is slowing you might see that it is   glowing really dim but it is very bright and it's 
12:00 at the noon so for that reason even though   it has grow it is growing a really bright and 
still you cannot see it because it's very bright   in the Sun now this is a 12 volts to 220 volts a 
UPS transformer that I'm going to use to step up   the output wire to step up the output voltage from 
the alternator the generated voltage you can see   the windings have been connected in series let's 
connect again the solar panel terminals to the   brush terminals and at the final output will be 
connected to the rectifier you can see here the   weather is very cloudy so I have to wait for the 
Sun for better excitation of the rotor winding   at present there is no Sun now it is and you can 
see that the voltage generated was fourteen point   two volts again no Sun and I'm going to try to 
glow the bulb you can see the bulb isn't glowing   because the solar panel isn't feeding the rotor 
winding enough and now it is glowing because now   the output from the solar panel is good enough for 
100 watts bulb to glow so guys now what I am going   to do is excite the rotor or field winding with 
a 7h UPS battery and step up the armature overall   output voltage with the help of a 220 volts UPS 
transformer and to the output terminals I am   going to connect a multimeter pointing towards 
750 volts easy I'm going to follow the same   procedure of winding the thread and connecting 
the two terminals of the brushes to the battery   windings excited watch the screen and you can 
see the generated voltage is somewhere around   234 volts here you can see 272 volts on the second 
try now I'm going to try the same 100 watts bulb   inside the room not in the Sun it's a 220 volts 
400 watts usual incandescent bulb terminals have   been connected to the UPS output winding has been 
excited keep watching the bulb and as you can see   it is flowing bright let's turn off the lights and 
try again and you can see that it is much brighter   now cool so I'm removing the bulb I'm connecting 
a simple 9 watts LED bulb it is glowing really   bright and also it is not hard enough for me 
to blow the bulb by rotating the alternator   this is a 200 Watts led halogen that I'm going 
to try and glow if this alternator can handle   this big load so everywhere has been connected 
okay you can see that it is easily glowing to   full potential the LED halogen lights very nice 
okay so guys that would be all about today's video   thank you so much for watching it please hit like 
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