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I need a strong voltage regulator that is used to regulate the voltages coming out of a continuous DC generator. Four poles of high current currents that connect with the thermometer to output a 24 volt voltage to the load. Control by magnetic coil files controlled by an automatic voltage regulator is input 24 volts and output to magnet files with an 8 amp amp Sorry used in the field of old armor
 

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I need a strong voltage regulator that is used to regulate the voltages coming out of a continuous DC generator. Four poles of high current currents that connect with the thermometer to output a 24 volt voltage to the load. Control by magnetic coil files controlled by an automatic voltage regulator is input 24 volts and output to magnet files with an 8 amp amp Sorry used in the field of old armor
One thing that comes to mind is a switch mode buck - boost regulator. These digitally controlled devices can output a constant voltage no matter what the input voltage is. Look up "sepic regulator".
 

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Need some clarification on: magnet files, amp amp, and field of old armor.
 

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I need a strong voltage regulator that is used to regulate the voltages coming out of a continuous DC generator. Four poles of high current currents that connect with the thermometer to output a 24 volt voltage to the load. Control by magnetic coil files controlled by an automatic voltage regulator is input 24 volts and output to magnet files with an 8 amp amp Sorry used in the field of old armor
Google translate strikes again. :cry:
 
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