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Multiple Amps Or Accesories On Remote Lead

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I have a SAZ1500D, xm-6020, xec-700 all on the same remote turn on from a DNX-6160 and never had any problems at all

I am using 12 or 14 pure copper stranded (it's the thick hard to bend stuff) into the sundown and then into the other amps in a daisy chain setup


2010 HHR LT - DNX 6160 - sony xec-700 - sony xm-4040 for door mids - XM-6020 for tweets in a-pillar - saz1500d v1 - VVME RD-12 1.75 f^3 32hz

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you might not have any problems at all until your remote lead burns out.


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Are the amps drawing power from the remote lead?


2010 HHR LT - DNX 6160 - sony xec-700 - sony xm-4040 for door mids - XM-6020 for tweets in a-pillar - saz1500d v1 - VVME RD-12 1.75 f^3 32hz

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im actually not going to bother to answer any of your questions since its already been shown you dont listen.

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THERE IS NO BUILD LOG!

1998 Chevy Silverado ext cab

Alpine CDA-9887

4 Team Fi 15s

2 Ampere Audio TFE 8.0

2 Ampere Audio 150.4

3 Digital Designs CS6.5 component sets

Dual Mechman 370XP Elite alternators inbound!

8 XS Power d3400

6 XS power d680

Second Skin

Stinger

Tsunami Wiring

Sky High

A Real Voltmeter not a piece of shit stinger.

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Are the amps drawing power from the remote lead?

lol no...

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Which one is the correct way to wire a relay / remote

A - 87...... 12 volt positive

86...... Remote Turn On Lead (HU)

85...... Ground [ in400] diode 86 --> 85

30...... Remote to amp/proccessor/etc

B - 87.... ground

86....Remote to amps/proccessor/fans/etc

85....Remote Turn On Lead (HU)

30....12 volt possitive

A OR B ????

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I just made one and it works, lol. I know nothing about relays or electrical for that matter. Dosent look as good as the ones sold but it does its job. on a side note if you dont have all the supplies to make this already, you would be better off buying one put together already.< in my case anyway i live 15 miles from anything. Thanks for the helpfull info here !

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I just made one and it works, lol. I know nothing about relays or electrical for that matter. Dosent look as good as the ones sold but it does its job. on a side note if you dont have all the supplies to make this already, you would be better off buying one put together already.< in my case anyway i live 15 miles from anything. Thanks for the helpfull info here !

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how do you wire it

can you explain which one work for you?

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Which one is the correct way to wire a relay / remote

A - 87...... 12 volt positive

86...... Remote Turn On Lead (HU)

85...... Ground [ in400] diode 86 --> 85

30...... Remote to amp/proccessor/etc

B - 87.... ground

86....Remote to amps/proccessor/fans/etc

85....Remote Turn On Lead (HU)

30....12 volt possitive

A OR B ????

87 to 12 volt constant

85 to groun

86 is from the remote turn on on your head unit

30 goes to your amps and other accessories.


THERE IS NO BUILD LOG!

1998 Chevy Silverado ext cab

Alpine CDA-9887

4 Team Fi 15s

2 Ampere Audio TFE 8.0

2 Ampere Audio 150.4

3 Digital Designs CS6.5 component sets

Dual Mechman 370XP Elite alternators inbound!

8 XS Power d3400

6 XS power d680

Second Skin

Stinger

Tsunami Wiring

Sky High

A Real Voltmeter not a piece of shit stinger.

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Before using a relay, realize that:

1. Most power amps and processors require between 10 and 20 mA of current to power the turn-on circuit

2. A "bosch" type relay requires between 110 and 120 mA of current to power the coil

3. Most source units are capable of between 250 ma and 500 ma or current on their turn-on leads (this will be specified in the owners' manual)

Finally, connecting a relay as shown to the turn-on output of a source unit could actually damage it. I would strongly recommend installing a diode across the coil of the relay (in reverse bias - stripe side to turn on lead and non-stripe side to ground). When power to the coil of a relay is turned OFF, the electromagnetic field within the coil collapses. This can in some cases result in a very large voltage spike traveling up the turn-on output of the source unit, which could damage it. The diode will shunt this spike to ground, thereby making the addition of the relay harmless.

I hope you get to see this as I think I did this correctly, this is a diagram I made of how I wired my relay with the diode.

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Just like this ...


2006 Dodge Ram 1500

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1500BDCP

FI BL 12

3sq @ 32hz

Rockford t675

T400.2

Stinger Deadner

Build Log Here

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