I'm currently trying to replace a broken battery for an electric moped, but the old one had two power ports, one for the engine and one for the lights/horn. I haven't been able to find anything that seems suited for splitting a 48volt 30amp connection into one 25 amp and one 5 amp. If anyone could share a blueprint and a quick explanation it would be greatly appreciated.
The two different circuits in parallel will draw current from the battery depending on their relative resistances you don't need to 'supply' a specific current to specific circuits.
Having said that :
- the components in each circuit need to be rated for the maximum current which that circuit will draw.
- Each outlet should be protected by a fuse or circuit breaker of an appropriate rating, ideally as close to the battery as possible.
- It is entirely likely that some ancillaries work off a lower voltage than the motor (probably 12v) in this case you will need a transformer or voltage converter to provide the appropriate voltage.