Make a lot of sense! I see some chargers have on/off switches, but that would be another thing to remember to manage. I like the idea of having them turn on/off with the ignition for sure. I read some posts where some sourced from the DLR lights wire (blue wire if i remember correctly) so the charging ports activate with ignition.
Would you consider that to be a low amp wire for charging a phone like the S10 and above? maybe @EngineeringAnon can chime in on this too.
I'll read up on relays and how they work/install. Very keen on learning about electrical!
Thank you good sir for the offer - I'm up in Montreal.
Maybe we can setup a call to go over the process once I'm ready to have the mount installed.
Sorry I think I mixed you up with another member. I recently bought the the service manual and was reviewing the schematics for electrical. I could not find a circuit I could gatantee enough power to supply 2 quick charge ports. I recently purchased the tst worx fender eliminator with led licence plate light and cut into my rear light for new light. If you understand relays the controller or switch is what turn on/off the circuit. So attaching my license plate light turns on/off power from batt to my charger. It also has a fuse for safety. I did this cause I already cut the connector and using the relay creates a separate circuit. My bike is brand new and carries it's warranty. Cutting into the main harness will VOID your warranty with probable cause. Because I did not cut main harness and used a relay for seperate circuit and what I modified did not cause issue my warranty should stand. And again that changes on dealerships also. If not sure what you are doing then find someone that does and I can send a simple schematic and instructions. Tampering with electrical can cause fires and other bad situations if you have a bad connection. Bikes vibrate a lot. Any connections should be tight and splices need to be soldered properly with heat shrink tube.