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    Maybe the quote is to buy 100 but only ship 1.
    Boy I want to get into a business with 1000 percent profit.
    Will be continue the search. Any help would be appreciated.
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    There is a new exicter 30554-70-1367
    MFG Precision Electronics 13483
    P/N 5575
    It says it is for mep 006 60 KW
    Will this work on the 004a?
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    Another approach for this transformer.....5950-00-600-0840

    Parttarget gives good info: https://www.parttarget.com/5950-00-6...50-00-600-0840

    I searched on: 60 Hz transformer, 208 volt primary, 124 volt secondary

    No exact hits but I did find.... https://platt.com/platt-electric-sup...&SubCatID=2168
    That has several 208 volt to 120 volt (NOT 124 volt) transformers. I could not find the VA specification for what we need. I SWAGed 250VA and Eaton has this item: https://platt.com/platt-electric-sup...px?zpid=312975

    Eaton has a nice cross reference page that went into an eternal loop for my searches so I don't know if it works: http://www.cooperindustries.com/cont...reference.html

    How do we find the required VA rating for this transformer and will the 120volt vs desired 124volt be a problem?

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    I would rather just buy an exciter box because the inside of this one looks really bad.
    So maybe if their are part numbers cross referenced with the other gens I can find one like the one above. But maybe that one wont work in my unit.
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    Zed,Guyfang
    Do you think the mep 006 exicter can be converted to the 004.
    If so what would be different.
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    Last edited by KLChurch; 08-16-2019 at 14:30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLChurch View Post
    Zed,Guyfang
    Do you think the mep 006 exicter can be converted to the 004.
    If so what would be different.
    Kris
    I tried to track components down of the 006 exciter when Chainbreaker first reported the find and could not differentiate the transformer or any other contents. Hmmm, might should look in the TM for the 006 and cross reference contents to the 004, compare transformer NSN and go from there. I did not see the 006 generator listed in the 004 transformer's parttarget entry as an end item: just B52s, B1Bs, and a night sight.

    No go: Different part numbers / NSNs. The 006 transformer data shows....
    33 11 PAFZZ PAOZZ PAFBF PAHZZ D 5950-00-098-9133 TRANSFORMER. CURRENT ABDE EA 1 1
    70-1174 (30554)
    7001-0011 (93742)
    33 11 PAFZZ PAOZZ PAFBF PAHZZ D 5950-00-444-0265 TRANSFORMER, CURRENT CF EA 1 1
    70-1178 (30554)
    7001-0010 (93742)

    Parttarget data for the xformer on the 006: https://www.parttarget.com/5950-00-0...50-00-098-9133
    Last edited by Zed254; 08-16-2019 at 16:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLChurch View Post
    There is a new exicter 30554-70-1367
    MFG Precision Electronics 13483
    P/N 5575
    It says it is for mep 006 60 KW
    Will this work on the 004a?
    Kris
    No, much different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLChurch View Post
    I would rather just buy an exciter box because the inside of this one looks really bad.
    So maybe if their are part numbers cross referenced with the other gens I can find one like the one above. But maybe that one wont work in my unit.
    Kris
    the MEP-004A and MEP-005A are compatible. Nothing else is.

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    Thanks for the info and you blew me out of the saddle.
    I found an 004 exciter for 1800 dollars. I found a 30kw complete machine for 1500 dollars in Houston.
    This is mind blowing.
    Kris
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLChurch View Post
    Thanks for the info and you blew me out of the saddle.
    I found an 004 exciter for 1800 dollars. I found a 30kw complete machine for 1500 dollars in Houston.
    This is mind blowing.
    Kris
    If the gen set works, it a steal. The Excitor, someone is smoking crack.

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