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Unread 11-01-2011, 09:41 AM   #11
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Answer: had no noticable draw from pack!
I'll bet you have less beers when you arrived home than when you left . . .
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Unread 11-01-2011, 06:57 PM   #12
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I'll bet you have less beers when you arrived home than when you left . . .
Some of the homeowners pass out beers to the parents while the kids are getting candy! Let me re-phase my last post: Using the lights was no worse than going out during the day, yes the pack went down to like 49.8 or so, nothing out of the "normal" for us.
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I have a 2003 Carryall 48 volt series cart with a factory light kit running off of a voltage reducer. I have not had it very long, and the kids want to take it trick or treating in our dirt road neighborhood. How far should they be able to go on a full charge running the lights? The batteries are 1 year old and in good condition.
The answer is that you can run the lights as long as the cart motor functions.
The motor at cruising speed uses about 3000 watts of power and the lights use 100 watts which is 30 times less than the motor itself.
With the lights on you would have about a 3% less run time, this changes to less run time if you are stopped and leave the lights on.
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