A small solar panel could supply that 300 mA easily with hardly any work at
On Sun, Jul 9, 2017 at 7:48 PM, John Lussmyer via EV <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Sun Jul 09 19:09:58 PDT 2017 email@example.com said:
> >If John is running it at 12 volts, it would be 2 watts / 12 volts or
> >0.16 amps (160 mA).
> I'm mainly trying to figure out if I should move the JLD404 to the
> separate DC-DC that I'm now using to power the Zilla, BMS, and ZillaDash
> computer. That provides 12V off the main pack instead of the 12V battery.
> (I've gotten tired of the 12V battery going dead.)
> I'm now seeing about a 300ma draw on the 12V battery when the truck is
> parked. With the calculations above, the JLD404 is probably drawing about
> 1/2 of that.
> I'll probably move it to the "EV Systems" DC-DC as well. (it's a fair
> amount of work to do so, as I have to open the dashboard.)
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