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Old 05-29-2011, 10:52 PM   #1
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very cool switch panel with built in relays!!

WIRED HDH saw this in my jeep magazine and wanted to share kinda spendy but soo cool
http://www.wiredhdh.com/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxEXjso4k1g?version=3
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2nd gen?
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Old 05-29-2011, 11:01 PM   #3
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2nd gen?
or all i just did not know where to post it there is no electrical thread just lighting and audio??
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Old 05-29-2011, 11:11 PM   #7
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i think it still needs a relay fuse box set up the switches are programable but only output 2.5 amps still a clean setup
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Old 05-29-2011, 11:17 PM   #8
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WIRED HDH patent pending Flat Switch Panel (FSP) is the easiest, most versatile switch panel on the market today! No thicker than a credit card, a footprint smaller than a dollar bill, flexible, and programmabe makes our line of switch panels the best for ANY application!

Being programmable, the FSP series gives you options on how to control any of your accesories. No other panel on the market gives you so many features straight out of the box!
  • Features:
    Keypad: 1/32" thick and measures 5.5" x 1.75"
  • Compact control unit measuring 6.5" x 3.25" x 1.25"
  • 8 switches in an area smaller than a dollar bill.
  • Keypad and control unit are water and chemical resistant. and completely splash proof
  • Easy, intuitive, "on the fly" programming. Takes less than 30 seconds! See how it works in out video section!
  • Individual switches can be "programmed" to be momentary or sustained
  • Individual switches can be "programmed" to be active all the time, or only when the ignition key is on
  • Each individual output is electronically fused for 2.5 amps - letting you run many accessories direct, or adding relays to run anything else!
  • Automatic low voltage protection - shuts down your accessories if the battery drops below a certain level
  • Water and Chemical resistant. Completely splash proof
  • Keypad is UV resistant for long life when mounted in open cabs
  • Switch life rating is >1,000,000 activations
  • Comes with WIRED HDH 2 year warranty
WIRED's programmable Flat Switch Panel (FSP) comes with an eight button key pad, a control box, a 5' harness, and all the mounting and wiring accessories necessary to install the system in most vehicles.

Key Pad: Eight programmable buttons in a single membrane key pad that is the thickness of a credit card. Each button is a tactile dome rated for 1,000,000 presses. Each button is programmable to make it either (1) a sustained button (like a rocker or toggle turning on/off an accessory) or (2) a momentary button (like a horn or winch in/out button) AND each button can be programmed to make it active either (1) all the time (a.k.a. wired battery direct) or (2) only with the ignition activated (a.k.a. when you turn your key on). Programming takes less than 30 seconds per switch.

Control Unit: A small, remote-mounted control box which is the brain that allows the programmability of the key pad. All accessories added to a vehicle are routed to the Control Unit. The outputs of the Control Unit correspond with a button on the Keypad. Each output is rated to handle 2.5 amps and is auto current limiting. This means if you are powering something that requires more than 2.5 amps, or if you develop a short, the output will automatically turn off. Once the problem is solved, the output will regain power. Add a relay, and control any number of high powered accessories!

Harness: A 5' harness with 2 locking connectors to link the keypad to the control box. The harness allows you to mount the Control Unit in an easily accessible area in the vehicle for easy addition of multiple accessories, whether the accessories are added all at once or added over a period of time.

















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Auto zone used to have one of these with 4 buttons for about 50 bucks. The problem was the flat wire ribbon going to the panel was very prone to breaking. Also this does NOT have relays built in. Each output has 2.5 amps so most your accessories will still need a relay. If you do get this make sure to not kink that ribbon and secure it and the wire plugging into it so they cant move at all.
I do like that they are programmable for momentary or on/off. I love the labels included and might try to find a set for when I do all my lighting.
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Old 05-30-2011, 07:14 AM   #10
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Somthing like this would work well with it
http://www.4x4spod.com/mobile/default.aspx#P37402
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Somthing like this would work well with it
http://www.4x4spod.com/mobile/default.aspx#P37402
What does this unit do ^^^ ?

The electrical noob asks sheepishly
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What does this unit do ^^^ ?

The electrical noob asks sheepishly
spod is like a relay box. instead of having a bunch of relays hooked up and mounted where ever, this is one unit that holds 6 relays.

I really like this switch.. might have to get this for when I get my winch, and it will give me an excuse to wire up more stuff
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Old 05-30-2011, 07:34 AM   #13
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This gives you 6 relays and fused links so you can run your acessories right to it
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thats awesome, but $400?!?
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