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Old 11-14-2012, 04:05 PM   #5
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Our first shipment of Centech products have arrived at ADV Motorrad! We have the AP-1 and AP-2 fuse panels in stock and ready to ship, as well as the AP-130R and AP-170R relay kits to make installation a breeze.

Centech AP-1 - $52.99

The AP-1's compact size (3.0” x 2.4” x 1.25”) allows for easy installation. Once the fuse panel is mounted, you simply attach the positive and negative wire between the power source (battery or relay) and the heavy power studs on the panel. This will allow the AP-1 to supply safe, fused power for up to eight individual electronic devices, including radio, GPS and other accessories up to 60 amperes.

Adding your accessory is as simple as routing your power wiring from your device to one of the "eight positive and grounding lugless terminal strips" on the AP-1. Our "lugless" terminal strips require you to strip off a small amount of wire insulation and insert the copper wire into the opening under the retaining screw. No additional fasteners are needed.

Manufactured using only high quality materials such as plated contacts and stainless steel hardware, the water resistant AP-1 fuse panel will provide reliable service no matter your application.

The fuse panel utilizes ATC type fuses that do not spark when blown while the built-in “grounding” system ensures that the electrical system works properly and safely at all times.

Each AP-1 comes complete with fuses and necessary hardware, instructions and one year warranty .

Centech AP-2 - $54.99

The AP-2 is a fuse panel needed to power auxiliary electrical devices. On motorcycles, the AP-2 operates items such as GPS, heated gloves and vests etc. without have to disrupt your electrical wiring. On other vehicles, the AP-2 is a second fuse panel need to protect your new wiring when adding item such as radios, GPS, driving lamps.

The AP-2 fuse panel is identical to the AP-1 panel with the exception that the AP-2 is divided into two electrical sections. The main section contains three fuses and feeds five outputs while the second section has two fuses and three outputs. The advantage of having two sections allows the enthusiast to have fused power available for devices which need constant battery power and those which need to be switched “OFF” with the ignition key. The AP-2 can handle a maximum of 60 amperes divided into a 40 ampere and 20 ampere section. The built-in GROUND section handles a maximum of 60 amperes. The AP-2 can be connected directly to the battery or to your ignition switch. For those with the CAN BUS system, the AP-130R wiring kit provides a relay and wiring.

Each AP-2 comes complete with fuses and necessary hardware, instructions and one year warranty .

Centech AP-130R or AP-170R Wiring Kits - $32.99 or $34.99

The AP-130R and the AP-170R assemblies consist of high performance relays and associated wiring need to operate the AP-1 and AP-2 fuse panels. These work especially well with the CAN BUS system and also work well with a standard ignition switch.

Included with each kit is a high current relay needed to switch battery power to the fuse panel along with the necessary high temperature, color coded and labeled wire.

Wire is provided to operate the relay from a low current source such as a tail lamp. The AP-130R contains additional wire to provide power to the second section of the fuse panel AP-2.

Each kit comes complete with fuses and necessary hardware, instructions and one year warranty .

Order the AP-130R for the AP-2, or the AP-170R for the AP-1.
Jason Smith

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