The alternator is a crucial part of the electric and electronic systems found in modern vehicles. To keep the rest of the vehicle’s electrical system functioning, it delivers electricity when the engine is operating. A 12V system is used in most agricultural or road vehicles, whereas a 24V system is used in bigger commercial vehicles. Essentially, a battery is an energy storage tank. It has a limited amount of time to give electricity until it runs out. The alternator recharges the battery and supplies electricity to the car’s other electrical components like a pump. The alternator, which is belt-driven and mounted on the side or top of the motor, consists mostly of two wire windings. Magnetism is produced by passing a current through the inner coil (the rotor), and electricity is produced when the rotor is rotated within the outer coil of wire (the stator).