36-48 Volt Voltage Converter/ Reducer 25 Amp
Universal fit for all 36 & 48 Volt Electric Golf Carts
If you plan on driving alot with the lights & radio or other accessories on at the same time, you may want to consider this 25 amp reducer.
A 10 amp reducer is plenty for occasional driving around with headlights on only or a radio without the use of lights.
What does a voltage reducer do???
A voltage reducer takes the full 36 or 48 volt output from all of your batteries & coverts/reduces it down to a 12 volt output. So if you are going to install lights, radio, or any other 12 volt accessory, you would overload & damage the accessory due to a high voltage input that the accessory was not meant to receive.
Why do I need a voltage reducer when I can just use 2 of my 6 volt batteries in series to get 12 volts???
First is if your 48 Volt cart has (6) 8 volt batteries you can't achieve 12 volts. The math simply does not work.
Secondly by using 2 of your 6 volt or 1 of your 12 volt batteries, your accessories draw down those batteries which you need to help power your cart. Over time those batteries will run out of power long before the others. This wouldn't be too bad if they recharged fully, but they don't because the other batteries have more voltage left in them when it is time to recharge your cart! Initially you won't notice those two batteries do not come up to full recharge as the others do but soon the two overused batteries will fail prematurely.
Long story short a voltage reducer cost less than replacing most batteries.
Voltage reducers offer:
Thermal overload protection
Voltage & amperage overload protection
Can handle up to 25 amps of steady current
Less battery wear
Easy to install
And at our unbeatable low discount prices, these voltage reducers are a sure bet for helping to preserve your batteries in your electric golf cart as well.