A compact solid-state fully electronic module designed to enhance the accessory power distribution system on any motorcycle, and CAN-BUS compatible for bikes like newer the BMWs. It’s got 60 amps total capacity over six circuits with a maximum draw of 15 amps per circuit. A completely solid state system, with fault detection and diagnostic LEDs, that operate faster, more efficiently and offer more reliability than fused counterparts.
The PDM60 makess it easy to add accessories such as auxiliary lighting, communications equipment and electrically heated clothing, without overloading accessory plugs or creating electrical faults. If a circuit does short, it is easily reset after the fault has been corrected, eliminating the hassles of locating, pulling and replacing blown fuses.
Simple installation with a single point connection to the battery. Fully programmable via computer, it can be reconfigured at any time - adjust the current capacity for each accessory, as well as the circuit behavior mode (inactive, always live, ignition trigger, aux trigger and ignition and/or aux trigger). The user can also set time parameters for delayed startup and deactivation. LED lights keep you posted on circuit condition and operation status. Completely waterproof and sealed to IP67 standards. A light, durable, ultra-reliable space age electronic system for all of your bike’s powered accessories. Only 4" wide × 2.875" deep × .875" tall.
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Customer Reviews (1)
- #4845Review by Alan
- After installing another buss bar with the blade fuses I saw a review of this in a mag and it's the one I had been looking for when I purchased the blade type. I installed this in the upper trunk of my GL1800 and ran the wires under the seat. I've used about 3 of the wires for accessories and still have some left to use. I love the resetting feature and the lights indicate which accessory I might have a problem with. Should I want to hook up something in the future the wires are already stubbed out under the seat and all I need to do is hook up a ground wire to a grounding buss I installed under the seat as well. This is the cats meow!! You'll like it too. (Posted on 8/2/13)