Voltage Reducers perform just as their name implies. They reduce a larger voltage down to a smaller, more useable 12V for an electrical accessory. Typically, a voltage reducer is wired directly into an electric vehicle's entire battery bank. Our voltage recuders will work on 24V, 36V, or 48V battery banks. The voltage reducer pulls power evenly from all batteries and then steps down the voltage. They are usually pretty simple to wire in. A positive and negative lead comes into the reducer from the main battery bank leads. The positive and negative outgoing leads provide the 12V. If you have any questions about where your main terminals are, simply follow the two large gauge wires back from your charge receptacle and they'll lead you right to them. Please read our article "About Electrical Accessories" to learn more about the application of a voltage reducer.
Be sure to calculate the total current draw (amperage) of all the electrical accessories which will pul power from the voltage reducer prior to ordering. We carry 10 Amp, 15 Amp, and 25 Amp versions. Be sure the rated amperage of the reducer you select is higher than the combined amperage of all of the accessories, or it may fail down the road due to an overload of amperage.