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Old 11-17-2010, 01:23 PM   #1
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Rowe Electronics Power Distribution Module PDM60: anybody try one?

Hi;
I'm looking to upgrade my GS with a fuseblock for my growing list of electronic gadgets. There are numerous threads here on the most common choices: 1) Blue Sea, 2) Centech, 3) EasternBeaver PC-8, 4) Fuzeblock - and others.

Aerostich is now selling a solid-state module called the PDM60 ($109) that looks quite interesting. Surprisingly - I can't find any discussion of this device on the site. (Google> site:www.advrider.com aerostich PDM60 = NOTHING!)

The Aerostich site provides little technical information beyond three photos.

The idea sounds great: no fuses to replace, excellent water-proofing, choice of switched, timed and unswitched power, 60 amps total.



http://www.aerostich.com/powerpak-po...ule-pdm60.html

Has anyone tried one? Any comments?
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