Ok you LED light genius' one simple question. I have two LED light pods from Iggy and heres the specs on them:
Lumen Rating: 10,500 (each)
Size: 9" 37 X 5W high intensity CREE LED
Beam: Spot (includes flood cover)
Material : Aluminum Alloy Body
Lens Material: Premium PMMA
Operating voltage : DC 9v-32v
Color Temperature : 6500k
Amp Draw: 15
IP68 Waterproof and Dust resistance
Life time : 50000 Hours
Work temperature : -40 ~ 155 °C
LED chip: CREE XT-E 5W
So thats 370 watts total with these pods alone. I also have a Vivid Illumination 30" double row LED bar that I got during a group buy that memario1214 was doing. Its a 31.5" double row so 60 CREE LEDs at 5W each making that 300 watts total.
So the pods and the bar make it a whopping 670 watts of electricity. Now my question is, can I mount them both on my truck on a stock battery setup and stock Tow Package alternator and be good? or do I have to upgrade my alternator or something to be able to handle that much watts? I also have 2 small 6" LED Aux lights in the back that combined use up 36 Watts.
I'll be straight forward with you all, I'm not an electrical tech wizz, so I really need some help or advice in this cause I wouldn't want to overload my electrical system and have a bigger problem on my hands than just having them sit in my garage for now. any help is appreciated.