Welcome to the 21st century of motorcycle electronic power distribution. This compact solid-state, waterproof, vibration resistant fully electronic module lets riders safely and cleanly add electrical accessories to any motorcycle, including those with CANbus electrical systems like the newer BMW's. It's got 60 amps total capacity over six circuits with a maximum draw of 15 Amps. Much more than a simple fuse box, the PDM 60 is a completely solid state system, with fault detection and diagnostic LED's. It is tougher, faster, more efficient, more reliable, and has a longer operating life than conventionally fused counterparts. If a circuit does short, it automatically resets itself after the fault has been corrected, eliminating the hassles of locating, pulling and replacing blown fuses ("Does anyone have a spare 10 amp? I'll trade you a 5 and a 15 for a 10..."). There are several operational modes for different circuits: Ignition sensing with 'always on', 'timed off', or 'ignition off' configurations allow wiring some devices that need to stay 'live' when the key is off, such as some GPS units and radio memories, and others that don't, like heated grips. One 15 amp circuit is externally switchable with small, low current switches for lighting, etc., meaning no need to add extra relays. Ground buss. Includes all necessary wire connectors for installation. Completely waterproof and sealed to IP67 standards. The new PDM 60 is a lightweight, compact space age electronic system for managing all powered accessories. Only 4" wide × 2.875" deep × .875" tall.
- Compact and waterproof.
- Completely solid-state with fault detection and diagnostic LED's.
- Automatically resets after fault/short is corrected.
- Ignition sensing with 'always on', 'timed off', or 'ignition off' configurations.
- 60 amps total capacity over six circuits with a maximum draw of 15 Amps.
Part no. 4745
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