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Unread 03-31-2012, 12:48 PM   #21
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Will a voltage reducer continue to draw power even when none of the 12volt accessories are being used? If so, can I install an interrupter/switch on the positive lead from the batts to the reducer?
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Unread 03-31-2012, 01:05 PM   #22
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Will a voltage reducer continue to draw power even when none of the 12volt accessories are being used? If so, can I install an interrupter/switch on the positive lead from the batts to the reducer?
Yes, and yes
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Thanks! Do you think it's normal if the reducer is left connected that after a weeks time the batteries would be discharged? Keep in mind the cart is left covered outdoors.
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Thanks! Do you think it's normal if the reducer is left connected that after a weeks time the batteries would be discharged? Keep in mind the cart is left covered outdoors.
Only would if accessories are on. There is a draw but it is small. So, it shouldn't kill them.
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seems as though the op problem would be easier to do if an aux 12v battery was installed in the bag well.
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seems as though the op problem would be easier to do if an aux 12v battery was installed in the bag well.
True except that is another charger u would need to keep it charged.
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