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Old 01-21-2013, 04:15 AM   #416
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Powerhub Fuse Block

The PowerHub fuse block allows you to safely connect up to 6 electronic devices to your motorcycle in a clean, workmanlike manner. Includes six 10-amp fused outputs, six ground posts, and a plug-and-play wiring harness for direct battery ho...okup. Each of the six outputs can be individually set as "always on" or "switched" on/off with the ignition of the motorcycle. Instead of attaching multiple ring terminals to your battery, use a PowerHub! We designed the CANbus-safe PowerHUB to allow simple and easy installation of electrical components. Each unit has six individually fused outputs. These are not your ordinary outputs. Simply plug the fuse in to the left or the right on the circuit board to make the accessory live all of the time or switched on/off with the bike's ignition. The main power into the relay is fused for additional protection. The entire unit is rated for 30 Amps (360 watts). Each of the six circuits can handle up to 10A (120W) each - without exceeding a total sum of 30 Amps simultaneously. Features: Weather-resistant Compact Durable Choice between switched and constant power 2 holders for spare fuses (Mini-buss fuses easily available in an emergency) Specs: Dimensions: L 3.25" x W 2.5" x H 1.25" 6 circuits can handle up to 10A (120W) each CANbus-compatible 16 gauge wiring harness with in-line fuse and Posi-lock connector What's in the Box: PowerHub fuse block Mounting hardware 6 mini ATC fuses (one 2-amp, two 3-amp, one 5-amp, two 10-amp) Fused wiring harness for connecting PowerHub to battery (includes pre-attached ring terminals and switched "trigger" wire with Posi-tap connector) 1 30-amp ATC fuse for wiring harness Self-adhesive hook and loop pad for providing a quick-release attachment method for connecting the PowerHub to a flat surface Can I hook up a battery charger to my motorcycle via the Power Hub? YES. Just be certain you place the fuse in the position for continuous power.
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