I'm quite new with electronics
subjects. That is why I ask for your patience with my easy question.
I've some wiring
connection problems. I think I know the answer, but I don't feel confident enough to test it before I hear some opinion from you, more experienced users!
My problem: to wire an alternator
which has an battery1 (to supply the magnetic excitation field) and load (another battery2 and some LED, lights) with different grounds!
In my head
, since the energy transfer between the stator and the rotor are made through magnetic fields, this would not be a problem if they were not connected together inside the alternator
. And that is my doubt. Is it?
I saw some "isolated ground alternators" on the internet
. Is this the solution to my problem? I mean, all I have to do is to buy a ground isolated alternator, connect the excitation field in the battery1 and the load to the alternator output? This way they would be electric
Thank you very much for your attention!