Direct control and testing of alternator regulators: LINABox II
The name says it all: LINA stands for “alternator simulation” (in German: “Lichtmaschinen-Nachbildung”). And this is exactly what our LINABox II does – it simulates the load on an alternator so you can use it to test the functions of alternator regulators holistically.
The LINABox II contains both the field coil of the alternator and electronic circuits which, depending on the behavior of the alternator regulator, simulate the typical variations in the vehicle’s on-board voltage under different battery load conditions.
It can also be remote-controlled, enabling automated test procedures – and of course it can be optimally combined with our ACU Box.
Technical data – highlights:
Remote control for automated test sequences
Operating voltage: 14 V; 28 V; optional: 42 V
6 toggle switches for different operating modes
All technical data for LINA from Berghof Testing can be found here at a glance!