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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.

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.

We LOVE ours!




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Switch-Pros SP-8100 Switch Panel Power System
 

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Couple questions...

1) Where do you have it mounted?
2) How does it work? Do you just run the (red/black) wire from your accessories directly to the panel?

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Couple questions...

1) Where do you have it mounted?
2) How does it work? Do you just run the (red/black) wire from your accessories directly to the panel?

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Hi!

1. We usually mount them to the left of the steering wheel flush mounted to the face of the plastics. Super clean and accessible!

2. Yeah you'll run a heavy power and ground cable that's included, and then run your positive leads from accessories to the power module on the unit itself. It's super easy!

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Switch Pros is telling me that the switch panel itself isn't meant to get wet. I live in Idaho so a lot of riding in wet / muddy conditions. What's your experience with this if any?

I want one of these so bad but I can't justify it if it'll be easily damaged by moisture. Thx
 

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Switch Pros is telling me that the switch panel itself isn't meant to get wet. I live in Idaho so a lot of riding in wet / muddy conditions. What's your experience with this if any?

I want one of these so bad but I can't justify it if it'll be easily damaged by moisture. Thx
The switch panel isn't meant to get wet, but if it's in any kind of cab you should be okay so long as it isnt submerged in water. you could also maybe install it in the center box where its somewhat water resistant!

Its a really nice unit, we are super happy with their performance so far!
 

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