Originally Posted by dg2010
Ok, This isn't making much sence here.... Insulating, or Isolating the unit shouldn't have any effect on attaining desired amperage, be it WITH, or WITHOUT a PWM.... Sounds to me like you don't have your E-Lyte concentration set high enough to draw your desired amperage...
The PWM Turns on and shuts off the power very rapidly, hence, the need for the ground to go to the unit. but, by no means, will the PWM the make the unit accept MORE amperage than it'll take... Meaning, if you have EVERYTHING dialed in (MINUS the PWM) so the Unit Pulls 10 amps, Then the PWM WILL NOT Make the unit run at 20 amps....
The PWM Will however, Drop, and Maintain a unit pulling 30 amps,to ONLY run on 20 amps....
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