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Thread: NEW Switch Pros Switch Panel Debuting at the 2014 SEMA Show

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    From what I understand, they are just labels and can be changed out.
    That is nice. Is that the way your switch panel is? It was always hard to tell from the pictures.
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    Any idea as to cost? It looks great and I am interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pvanweelden View Post
    Any idea yet what the per channel Amp rating will be? The old one was only 15 amps, I would prefer to have the same as a relay- 30 amps. A 50" led light bar requires 25 amps

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    It says it is 100amp power module.

    Seems like it would be 12.5a per switch? 8switches x 12.5?
    Or any combination not to exceed 100amps?
    Just thinking/guessing out loud.


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    This is actually a really great idea, hopefully has a good price point as well. I like the adjustablity and it seems pretty cool. I'd definitely be in the market for one 👍

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    Awesome Idea. Looking forward to see more on this.

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    Definitely something I'd like to have.

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    Looks awesome. Was thinking originally about an sPod till I found out about the owner here, then considered making my own, but I'd be worried I'd screw it up. This may work out for me really well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    That is nice. Is that the way your switch panel is? It was always hard to tell from the pictures.
    Min is changeable as well and I have changed mine a couple of times over the years but, this new setup is much nicer and I like the icons as opposed to just type like I have now.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff_in_rc View Post
    Any idea as to cost? It looks great and I am interested.
    No mention of cost was given to me yet, just a press release. What I can tell you is that what I have now was custom made and only cost me $350 a few years back but, that was an Expo special. If these are now being manufactured as a product, I would imagine that they would cost about the same - certainly not more.

    I'll get all the details at SEMA

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    No mention of cost was given to me yet, just a press release. What I can tell you is that what I have now was custom made and only cost me $350 a few years back but, that was an Expo special. If these are now being manufactured as a product, I would imagine that they would cost about the same - certainly not more.

    I'll get all the details at SEMA
    Thanks Eddie, wish I could make SEMA but it's too close to my daughters wedding so I'm on a short leash! LOL
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    So if this is capable of switching say 12.5 amps then there is no reason you could not use it as the trigger to pull in a relay wired up for whatever amperage you load requires. (right?)

    Very cool find. I am starting to get to the point I need one. I really don't like the redneck wiring that is starting to creep into my Jeep.

    Awaiting their website to come up.

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