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  1. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Outboard Alternator - Verado 12V 70A

    Special Price $338.36 Regular Price $400.85
  2. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Alternator w/Multi-Groove Pulley - 12V 55A

    Special Price $202.48 Regular Price $264.40
  3. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Universal Alternator w/Single Groove Pulley - 12V 55A

    Special Price $231.28 Regular Price $269.50
  4. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Outboard Alternator w/Multi-Groove Pulley - 12V 50A

    $470.00
  5. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Alternator w/65mm Multi-Groove Pulley - 12V 70A

    Special Price $232.74 Regular Price $270.55
  6. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Inboard Alternator w/55mm Multi-Groove Pulley - 12V 65A

    Special Price $194.68 Regular Price $291.35
  7. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Alternator w/Single Groove Pulley - 12V 70A

    Special Price $171.24 Regular Price $221.35
  8. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Inboard Alternator w/Single Groove Pulley - 12V 55A

    Special Price $203.61 Regular Price $280.80
  9. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Alternator w/Single Groove Pulley - 12V, 55A

    Special Price $190.42 Regular Price $261.30
  10. ARCO Marine Premium Replacement Alternator w/50mm Multi-Groove Pulley

    Special Price $271.85 Regular Price $307.45
  11. Balmar Alternator Protection Module APM24 - 24V

    Special Price $96.75 Regular Price $99.99
  12. Balmar Max Charge MC618 Multi-Stage Regulator w/o Harness - 12V

    $346.00

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WHAT IS A MARINE ALTERNATOR, AND WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT FOR BOATING?

A marine alternator is an electrical component that is used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy on a boat. It is an important component for boating because it is responsible for charging the boat's battery and powering its electrical systems and accessories.


HOW DOES A MARINE ALTERNATOR WORK?

A marine alternator works by using a belt-driven pulley system to spin a rotor inside the alternator. The spinning rotor creates a magnetic field that induces an electrical current in a set of stationary windings, which is then sent to the boat's battery to charge it.


WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING A MARINE ALTERNATOR ON A BOAT?

Using a marine alternator on a boat provides several benefits, including the ability to keep the boat's battery charged and ready for use, as well as powering the boat's electrical systems and accessories. This can help to ensure that the boat is reliable and functional, and can provide added convenience and comfort for those onboard.


HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT MARINE ALTERNATOR FOR MY BOAT?

When choosing a marine alternator for your boat, it is important to consider factors such as the size and power requirements of your boat's electrical system, as well as the type of battery and charging system in use. Consulting with a professional or doing research on marine alternators and their capabilities can help in making an informed decision.


HOW DO I PROPERLY MAINTAIN AND CARE FOR MY BOAT’S MARINE ALTERNATOR?

Proper maintenance and care of a marine alternator is essential for its longevity and performance. The alternator should be regularly inspected for damage or wear, and should be cleaned and stored properly when not in use. The belt that drives the alternator should be properly tensioned and replaced as needed, and the alternator should be tested regularly to ensure that it is functioning properly.


WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING A HIGH-OUTPUT MARINE ALTERNATOR?

Using a high-output marine alternator can provide several benefits for boating, including the ability to charge the boat's battery more quickly and efficiently, as well as providing more power for the boat's electrical systems and accessories. This can be especially beneficial for boats with larger electrical systems or for those who frequently use electrical devices or appliances onboard.

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