Golf Cart Voltage Reducer 36 Volt 18 Amp
If you own a golf cart and want to run other DC powered accessories you will need a golf cart voltage reducer. Most if not all DC powered accessories operate on 12 volts DC. That means 12 volts not 11.2v or 10.5 or any other number. Just 12 volts ( some accessories or devices will allow for a surge or drop in voltage momentarily but not constantly or consistently) The operating voltage for a device or accessory is exactly that – “The Operating Voltage”. Otherwise the performance of your device or accessories will be intermittent as is your voltage. Clean voltage is required to operate 12 volt accessories optimally and this is where a voltage reducer comes into play. So now lets talk specifically on and about your golf cart. Depending on your golf carts operating voltage and the use or needs of said cart will dictate which golf cart voltage reducer you will need. As of today there are hundreds of aftermarket accessories that operate on 12 volts for your golf cart. Head lights, Tail lights (lights in general),Stereo systems, Cooling fans, USB chargers for your cell phones, etc… So the amount of 12 volt accessories you intend to add or currently run on your golf cart will determine the 12 volt amperage required to maintain the systems performance. The voltage reduction will be determined by the golf carts operating voltage. As in Gem cars, Polaris or Tomberlins use a 72 volt system, Club Car, Evgo and Yamaha run either 48 volt or 36 volt systems. Learn how to determine the operating voltage in your golf cart. If you already know the operating voltage and just want to Learn how to determine 12 volt operating amperage on your golf cart before before purchasing a golf cart voltage reducer.
- Operating Voltage – 48v/36v to 12 volt DC
- Dimensions – 5″ x 3″ x 1.75″
- IP65 Rated ( Water Resistant)
- Fuse Able linked
All of Pete’s Golf Cart Voltage Reducers are energy efficient, long lasting devices that will reduce the power consumption of your golf carts batteries placed on one or two batteries by combining them all and then reducing the voltage efficiently. Hence increasing performance and conserving your battery life. Pete suggests you use a golf cart voltage reducer whenever installing 12 volt accessories. Find the one you need for your application. Should you have any problems with checking out or if you have any questions regarding anything golf cart related. Feel Free to call us today! Pete’s team is always standing by to help you. (772) 247-GOLF”