Auxiliary Power Fuse Panel - by Centech
If you want to install aftermarket electrical accessories such
as auxiliary lights on your 2005-later BMW Motorcycle, you'll need a
fuse panel. This is because late-model BMW motorcycles use a CAN-bus
wiring system. That means you can't conveniently connect such accessories
to your bike - there's no fuse panel to distribute the power!
The AP-1 fuse panel solves this problem. It's an auxiliary
fuse panel that connects to your battery allowing you to power auxiliary
items without damage to or interference with the CAN-bus system.
The AP-1's compact size (3.0" x 2.4" x 1.25")
allows for easy installation. Once mounted, the AP-1 can provide safe,
fused power for up to eight individual electronic devices, including
radio, GPS and other accessories - up to 60 amps.
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 AP-1 uses 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.
Connections to the fuse panel are simple. The "lugless" terminal
strips are easy to use; just strip off a bit of insulation from the wire
and insert it into the opening under the retaining screw.
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*NOTE: You'll need relay
kit AP-170R in order to have the power to your accessories switch off when
you turn your ignition key to "Off". Find it below under "Recommended Items".
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