Originally Posted by Lumatic
Howie. Just trying to understand for my situation. I have an Intellipower wired to the fuse panel and the battery is also wired to the fuse panel. If the one leg of the battery I disconnect is the battery feed to the fuse panel can't I both check the battery and the converter without re-connecting and then disconnecting different leads?
What I described is the easiest to isolate things to be sure you are only looking at thinks as they are added to the system.
If you disconnect one leg at the battery and then test you know you are only looking at the battery.
When you reconnect the battery and disconnect the feed wires at the fuse panel you then are only looking at the Intellipower and how if is effecting the battery. If the voltage drops at that point you would know the Intellipower is bad.
As you add fuses and check the voltage the fuse that drops the voltage at the panel feeds has a problem. Possible short in the wiring.
If your problem is only present when the one light is on the this testing may not be necessary because the problem is most likely in that fixture.