CENTECH FUSE BOX
Fuse Panels - centechwire
At Centech, quality and safety are our number one priority and this can't be achieved by cutting corners! Years of engineering experience, from simple wiring to integrated circuit design, have taught us that compromising quality or our customers' safety is not the way to build the best product.Auxiliary Fuse Panel · Pdp-1B High Tech Fuse Panel
Auxiliary Power Fuse Panel - centechwire
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. Use the AP-170R Relay/Harness with CAMBUS systems. Each AP-1 comes complete with fuses and necessary hardware, instructions and one year warranty .
Centech Fuse Box | Kawasaki Vulcan Forum
Mar 29, 2009I bought the Centech Fuse box - nice neat little unit and I have pre-wired it through a relay ready for connection when the bike returns. Going to run a Kuryakyn Battery Gauge, a Power Socket and some LED lights from it using the rear light circuit as the trigger for the relay
Centech fuse panel. AP-1 or AP-2 | Adventure Rider
Mar 11, 2008Here is the final install. It's a bit ratty, but seems to be solid, and the wires are out of the way. I used the same type of fuse box as Eastern Beaver, and maybe the same type of 40 Amp relay as well. I got the relay at radio shack, and the fuse box online ($7 each). And, of course, the inline 30 Amp fuse (radio shack, $4).
Auxiliary Fuse Panel - centechwire
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.
Centech Wire Custom Wiring Harnesses
All Centech fuse panels are machine-soldered to insure proper operation, and use lug connections whenever possible. We specify enclosed "ATC"-type fuses that prevent sparking in case a fuse failure should occur. The relays we use are the best available. Heavy-duty studs or lugless connectors are used to bring power into and out of our fuse panels.