the question is how are you powering all of this ?
im just asking since your asking about fusing lol
Thanks gckless for the cap info. however, not to start a debate, I respect everone's brain here. I think I'll keep the caps and add the HO alt. because they are and again very efficent at charge\discharge and will serve as a good buffer for the batteries and alt. reguardless if they actually add any addition true capacitance to the electrical supply the reason I think this is because the alt. and batt's don't react fast enough to the current demand (voltage and amperage) at full volume by the amps. Realisticaly I at most times will not be at full current flow (full volume) so I don't need a power supply that will be up for the challenge, BUT I want it to perform when I want it too also. What do you think about that?
Thanks again everyone! Not to start a debate, I respect everyones brain here, BUT I think I wil get a HO alt. and keep the caps and here's why, As I stated the caps are very efficent at charge\discharge and will serve as a good buffer for the alt. and batteries, as the current draw from the amps is not constant even at full flow (volume) and most f the time for me the system will not be at full volume so I don't need a power supply that will support that but I want it to be up to the task for when I want it to be for short periods. What do you think about that?
Yes didn't think of it like that but your right..... In effect the caps will become the load in the circuit (more so than the amps) if the charging system is not up to the task, robbing the amps of current because there tring to recharge themselves.
Fuse each run to the highest rating the wire can take.
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