What’s the approximate current draw of the Proffieboard itself?
The reason I ask is I’m doing an install in which future maintenance will be easier if I can use a micro JST connector for the positive line to the Proffie from the kill switch. The neo connector will be wired straight to the battery, so it’s only the board positive going through the JST. I would use the four way JST pictured, with one pin for speaker +, another pin for speaker -, and the last two pins both carrying power from switch to board to share the load.
Do we think it will handle it, or is it marginal?
I wouldn’t normally entertain the idea, but the quick disconnect would be handy, especially as this chassis doesn’t allow access to the Proffie buttons without removing it. I would also then use a Deans Micro for the battery positive and negative - but that one would be carrying the pull power.
So what do we think - safe and sound, or marginal and mad?
Any thoughts welcome.