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Regulators vs. Regulated Rectifiers

Johnson Evinrude Regulators
Avoid Over-Voltage Issues With
CDI’s Regulated Rectifiers!
A standard rectifier has been used on engines for
years. It will allow a battery to charge quickly, but
what many do not realize is that it cannot control
the state of that charge (See Chart A). A rectifier
also has higher AC ripples, which can cause many
electronics, such as GPS, Fish Finder, etc... to have
erratic readings, and on many occasions, fail.
The difference between a standard rectifier and our
new regulated rectifier is simple. The regulated
rectifier has new technology that provides a more
stable charge to the battery (See Chart B). A more
stable charge will prevent battery damage and even
prolong the battery’s life. The regulated rectifier also
converts AC signals to DC signals, leaving no inter-
ference to other electronics.
Voltage Regulator
Fits: 1995 (90 - 115 HP - V4 - 20
AMP Optical Engines)
Replaces: 584847
Fits: 1995-1998 (10, 15 HP, 4
Stroke)
1995-1998 (25, 35 HP - 20
AMP)
Replaces: 584890
Voltage Regulator
3 Cylinder
Fits: 1995-1998, 2000 (15 HP)
Replaces: 585081, 153-5081
Regulated Rectifier
Fits: 1993-2001 (5-15 HP -
2 Stroke)
1996-2001 (9.9 &15 HP -
4 Stroke)
Replaces: 445091, 445114,153-5114
Regulated Rectifier
Voltage Regulator
4 & 6 Cylinder
Fits: 1996-2006 (150 & 175 HP
- 35 AMP - Optical Engines)
Replaces: 586048, 586075
Voltage Regulator
6 Cylinder
Fits: 1988-1991 (115-175 HP -
Cross Flow - 4 & 6 Cyl.)
1992 (85 HP - Cross Flow -
4 Cyl.)
Replaces:
395204, 385391, 582904,
583076, 583268, 584423, 878335
10 AMP & 35 AMP OEM Rectifier/
Regulators
TECH SUPPORT: 1.866.423.4832 CALL TO ORDER: 1.800.209.9624
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