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Unread 12-08-2018, 10:48 AM   #1
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Default 1995 Medalist wiring

Just a question. I am thinking about a 36 volt to 12 volt converter. If I were to wire the supply side of the converter to the load side of the solenoid would that cut the power to the converter when I shut the key off and put the tow/run switch to tow. So there wouldn't be a constant draw on the batteries.
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Unread 12-08-2018, 12:32 PM   #2
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Default 1995 Medalist wiring

That would cut it off every time you let go of the pedal. You donít want that. If the reducer has a control wire you can attach it to the key switch.


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ok. Thanks for the info
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That would cut it off every time you let go of the pedal. You donít want that. If the reducer yes sir a control wire you can attach it to the key switch.


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Curious what "yes sir" was supposed to be, or was it correct?
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I already corrected it in the original post


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Sorry, I didn't go back and check. I just wanted to know what you intended.
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The solenoid stays on, it's the motor brake that you hear click. The solenoid output is the best place to connect a reducers +48v lead.



The keyswitch is not the right place to connect a trigger wire or any other wire. You'll risk the controller, as the keyswitch outputs are connected to controller inputs.



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Correct me if Iím wrong, but this is a 1995 Medalist heís working on, not an RXV. No motor brake Iím aware of...

Solenoid disengages when pedal microswitch opens.

I think...
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