Auxiliary Wiring Help With GoFOC DV6

Hey yall, I’m working on adding a few new modifications to my board. I have a set of shred lights (Two SL-300s and Two SL-R1s) that I wanted to hardwire into the board so I don’t have to worry about them dying on a ride and I also wanted to add a fan that would insert into a cut out in my deck above my VESC. I was going to use an old computer fan that I had because it fits pretty well and has a low-power draw. Does anyone know how to wire these up to a GoFOC DV6 or have any advice? The DV6 has two available auxiliary ports that I can set up with the VESC Tool but I’m not sure exactly how the electrical side of it works. If anyone could help me out it would be greatly appreciated! I’ve been working on the board for a while and got it working perfectly, I just wanted to add the fan for extra cooling (I would add a homemade replaceable filter to keep dust out of it) and the lights being hardwired to the board would be a huge help because the batteries don’t last all that long and if I forget to charge them it’s no good. They’re great lights, I just wanted to step up the convenience and useability of the lights. At this point, my rides are longer than two hours because I like to go on cruises and the lights don’t last as long as the board does (40 miles of range) so they die partway through some of my rides.

P.S. I know this was a lot so thank you for reading. I spent quite a bit of time researching wiring for the DV6 but haven’t found much information about it in forums. I’ve struggled to find even basic information about it in general as well.

Two points after my hello comment:

Sup, glad to see you’re still working on it.

  1. Since they’re rechargeable, you could just wire a usb charger regulator on the board, but that would be too simple. To hardwire, you’ll need a converter and know what voltage they run on. I dont have these so i just buy a 12v light and use a 12v converter that converts my 36v battery to 12v for it to work.

  2. if the computer fan is 12v, you can do the converter idea. Works the same way and you can wire in a switch to turn them on/off.