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October 18, 2017, 09:35:20 PM

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Switch-Pros SP8100 8 Switch Panel System


• Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

SP8100 8 Switch Panel Power System

Putting an end to dashboard clutter is easy, with the Switch-Pro 8100 Switch Panel Power System.  Featuring eight user-programmable switches, this compact panel is the most advanced and versatile on the market.  Compatible with iPhone and Android based Smart Phones, you can command your vehicle accessories with the touch of your handset screen. Each switch is separately programmable to run on/off, momentary on/off, all the time, or off the ignition, you can program the switch to have a memory for when you turn the ignition off and when you turn it back on it will be the same selection you had before (if it was on when the ignition was turned off, it will come back on when the ignition is turned back on). You can also program each switch to have a flash function or strobe function. It also come with a variety of switch legends so you can identify each switch.

The 100 amp power module is built with solid-state, automotive components, and uses no mechanical relays or fuses.  It is COMPLETELY SEALED, allowing you to mount it under the hood of your rig. The module monitors ignition and lights input, features built-in, over-temperature and over-current protection, allows you to choose Ignition or Battery input for any/all of your accessories, and allows for a designated Master Switch.

For more information:
Contact Info
23111 Antonio Parkway, Suite 210
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
92688, USA
Phone: 949.581.2991
Fax: 949.581.1458


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