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PE-95-K Generator


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Old 07-11-2010, 11:32:24 PM
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Trying to get my hands on a technical repair manual. PE-95-K, looked everywhere on the military sites can not find anything specific to my generator. Any help would be appreciated. rickuhl5723@yahoo.com
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The P-95 was made in several versions, both 5 & 10 KW, and with Ford tractor and Jeep engines and with different speeds (1200 & 1800 rpm, I believe). The PE-95 was pulled on a 3/4 ton trailer to power the SCR-299,399 communication systems using the famous Hallicrafters HT-4 (military BC-610) transmitter. The truck was a GMC CCKW 6X6 2 1/2 ton or a smaller 4X4. The 6X6 had a radioshelter on its box. They were used in WW II and Korea.
I do have some manuals.
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Generator 1800 rpm jeep or willis 4 cyl water cooled 120/240
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I have a 4 cylinder engine that has been rebuilt it runs excellent. This is the original engine that came on the generator, Flathead 4 cyl. watercooled.

I also have, a copy of the POWER UNIT [PE - 95 - K] WIRING DIAGRAM and
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM, if, anyone needs a copy.

I am upgrading my generator from gas to a Isuzu 4 cyl. diesil. I want to "dispose of the engine" if anyone is interested. You may contact Rick at, rickuhl5723@yahoo.com. Thank you for your inquiry's.

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Try: http://ronfoo.com/generator.html for PE 95 manuals
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PE-95 generator, Free parts, come and get them, I removed the motor and air filter for a Jeep project. Missing are the gages fuel tank and some of the sheet metal.
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Hi Jon, I'm looking for a couple of things if you would be open to mailing them off to Canada. I can compensate for your troubles if desired. I need one of those spring loaded clips that hold on the side panels and the slave cable cover, are those available still.

Thanks for your time, Pete
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Default Re: PE-95-K Generator

Hi,
Looking for PE-95 K schematics.
All links posted above are dead.
If someone has it please send to unbound.oneREMOVE_THIS@gmail.com
I'm preparing to put it in operational state.
It was bought long time ago at scrapyard in Europe, leftover from WW2.
I have original Willys but will use some other engine to run the generator.
The thing that confuses me is 28V DC exciter.
How it's done? 2x 12v batteries in series?
I would be grateful for schematics
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Default Re: PE-95-K Generator

The wiring diagrams should be in your mailbox. You can find the service manual here: http://www.twinslan.net/~n0nas/manua...007-1945().pdf

The PE-95K uses a heavy duty 12 volt battery, or two 6 volt batteries in series. The exciter produces 28 volts when running, which is current limited and used to charge the battery via two large power resistors and a voltage regulator. The set is exciter cranked which requires use of a heavy duty battery. When cranking, it pulls about 300 amps locked rotor and about 200 amps cranking.

It has a single bearing generator section, which means you will need to do some machining to match it to another engine. If the new engine has a starter motor, you can use that instead of exciter cranking.
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