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Old 02-22-2012, 12:42 PM   #21
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Old 02-22-2012, 12:58 PM   #22
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Personally I like a relay switch instead of the toggle, operate it from the keyswitch. But that's a little more complex wiring than one might want to tackle.
Is it possible for you to give a short explanation of how a relay is wired to ignition?
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Old 02-22-2012, 01:39 PM   #23
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Is it possible for you to give a short explanation of how a relay is wired to ignition?
Install 48V Relay behind Keyswitch

COM (Common)= 12+ V Positive from constant source (Same source as stereo main power)
NO (Normally Open)= Red wire on back of stereo

Two Small terminals:
1 = Keyswitch, same post as BLUE wire in factory Club Car harness.
2 = Main 48V Negative ground or B- on controller
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Old 02-29-2012, 07:47 AM   #24
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Newbie question here
I would like to hook up a 12v stereo, I have a club car 48v with 4 12v batts. My question is can I tap onto a single battery to power it or do I need o e of the convertors
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Newbie question here
I would like to hook up a 12v stereo, I have a club car 48v with 4 12v batts. My question is can I tap onto a single battery to power it or do I need o e of the convertors
Either way . . if that is only acc you are running, ie, no lights, etc, running off single battery would be ok . . . just periodically move the connections to a different battery so not to continually draw down a single battery . . . if you have lights, etc, then a reducer/convertor running from entire pack would be optimal . . .
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Old 05-29-2012, 08:22 PM   #26
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I have same goal of hooking up 12 v stereo to 48 v system. New to site. Is there info out there on how to install one of these converters that a newbie like me can understand?
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I have same goal of hooking up 12 v stereo to 48 v system. New to site. Is there info out there on how to install one of these converters that a newbie like me can understand?
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They are really not that difficult to install . . . this is the one I use . .

48v-12v Reducer


There are many different ones available at a variety of prices . . you also can check the site sponsors to see what they offer . . .
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Old 07-04-2012, 11:03 AM   #28
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I want to add a fuse box for my headlights and radio and I have a 2005 Club car ds electric which one should I use. Or should I just use inline fuses instead
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Old 07-04-2012, 07:36 PM   #29
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Install 48V Relay behind Keyswitch

COM (Common)= 12+ V Positive from constant source (Same source as stereo main power)
NO (Normally Open)= Red wire on back of stereo

Two Small terminals:
1 = Keyswitch, same post as BLUE wire in factory Club Car harness.
2 = Main 48V Negative ground or B- on controller
This is the way I would wire it in(and the way I did)....I bought 4 of those relays off of ebay for 10 bucks. Its really nice not having to worry if the kids leave on the toddle switch....but on the same not I installed at dip switch so i can turn on the radio without turning on the cart.
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Old 07-05-2012, 11:27 AM   #30
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I want to add a fuse box for my headlights and radio and I have a 2005 Club car ds electric which one should I use. Or should I just use inline fuses instead
Blue Sea Systems fuse boxes are great for cart applications. You can find them on ebay.
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