Hello all. I'm having a problem with the work lights on my Kubota tractor. I have two 15 watt LED lights wired to the existing "worklight" leads from the tractors circuit. In addition, I have two 15 watt LED lights, and a 360 watt LED light bar wired from a 24 volt converter which is wired to the battery via a toggle switch to prevent the converter from draining the battery. The 15 watt lights are wired to a switch on the dash, and I have them facing rearward for reverse lighting. The light bar is mounted on the ROPS facing the front, and is wired to a separate switch on the dash beside the switch for the rear lights. However, when I use the lights for more than a few minutes, the battery is drained to the point where it will not start the tractor. I have checked the battery with a voltmeter at 12.78 volts. Then I started the engine and got a reading of 14.2 volts, so I know the alternator is working. However, as soon as I turn on the lights, the voltage drops sharply. Could the regulator within the alternator not be working? I would greatly appreciate any advice or suggestions to help solve this problem. Thanks in advance.