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Triple Action Booster

Triple Action Booster

(OP)
Anybody know what a triple action booster is? It's the blue box in the picture. It's made by Delco Products model number H3801SCDC

RE: Triple Action Booster

Close enough?
Link
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Both these regulators have TAB, Triple Action Boost

Bill
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"Why not the best?"
Jimmy Carter

RE: Triple Action Booster

Sounds like a feature in laundry detergent...

"NOW With TRIPLE ACTION BOOST!!!"


"You measure the size of the accomplishment by the obstacles you had to overcome to reach your goals" -- Booker T. Washington

RE: Triple Action Booster

(OP)
There is another component that may go with it. It looks kind of like a choke from a welder or battery charger. I don't believe it's a droop transformer as I have seen both together in a generator enclosure. I will try to snap a picture of one when I can.

RE: Triple Action Booster

I think Bill has it. Generator voltage regulators often incorporate a current boost system to increase voltage support during short circuits and motor starting.

RE: Triple Action Booster

(OP)
I believe this is the rest of it:

RE: Triple Action Booster

Is that a CT that is part of a boost circuit?

Bill
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Jimmy Carter

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