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Current consumption examples

The table below shows actual current consumption figures for the vehicles shown.
They have been recorded with a Fluke 87 IV DMM.
Note: All Peugeots from 1999 up to the later full CAN vehicles, should consume less than 30 mA, most less than 20 mA.
According to the latest information available, the following, maximum current drain, apply to vehicles with full CAN architecture:
250 amp battery - 25ma / 300 amp battery - 35ma / 400 ~ 600 amp - 40ma
As a reminder, always allow at least 3 minutes before disconnecting the battery, as the BSI will remain active up to that point.

Model Year Type Battery voltage Current consumption in milliamps Duration after locking
106 low spec. '94 TU1M 12.61 volts 09.00 mA 2 minutes
206 '51 TU3 12.2 volts 09.60 mA 2 minutes
206 '03 TU5jp4 12.73 volts 14.95 mA 3 minutes
306 with alarm '97 NFZ 12.23 volts 46.90 mA 3 minutes
306 Cab '00 RFV 12.22 volts 69.50 mA 3 minutes
306 '00 NFZ 13.01 volts 14.60 mA 5 minutes
307 '03 RHY 13.07 volts 16.30 mA 8 minutes
406 Coupe '01 XFX V6 12.60 volts 09.10 mA 3 minutes
607 '00 3FZ 12.3 volts 16.30 mA 3 minutes
807 '03 4HW 12.5 volts 12.70 mA 8 minutes
307 SE (T6) '06 NFU 12.7 volts 10.90 mA 3 minutes
307 S (T6) '06 NFU 12.6 volts 16.50 mA 3 minutes
407 SW '06 RHR 11.86 volts 161.40 mA 10 minutes??(no apparent fault, but some sytems stay active for over 25 minutes)
407 SW '06 RHR 12.71 volts 16 mA 3 minutes
407 SW '04 RHR 12.23 volts 19 mA > 35 minutes after locking
406 V6 estate (high spec.) '51 XFX 12.01 volts 25 mA > 3 minutes

Last Reviewed: 27 March 2016Copyright © 2004...2016 Mark Stammers