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Given the amount of interest, I figured it was time to make up a few formal amplifier turn-on relay kits. Both kits offer diode protection to keep from damaging the turn-on output from your deck. Bo

Just made another run of these. So, get 'em while I got 'em!

Just emailed ya about a pretty big kit im going to need

If you want a single switch to control all amps, then before. If you want individual switches for each amp/accessory, then after the relay.

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For vehicle service appoinments, i want to have my whole system turned off for protection while my car is being serviced. A circuit breaker would work great right? I was initially planning on wiring the breaker onto the battery wires thats going to each piece of equipment. Should i instead use the breaker on the remote wires that are all connected to the relay, by installing the circuit breaker right before the relay? I would have all of my system connected to this one turn on relay kit. Thats a Headunit, 4 amplifiers, a few fans, maybe some decorative LED strips.

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On 2/26/2017 at 11:21 PM, 06RTCharger said:

For vehicle service appoinments, i want to have my whole system turned off for protection while my car is being serviced. A circuit breaker would work great right? I was initially planning on wiring the breaker onto the battery wires thats going to each piece of equipment. Should i instead use the breaker on the remote wires that are all connected to the relay, by installing the circuit breaker right before the relay? I would have all of my system connected to this one turn on relay kit. Thats a Headunit, 4 amplifiers, a few fans, maybe some decorative LED strips.

Why not just use one of our TORK kits and remove the fuse when dropping the vehicle off for service?

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