The COLIGHT 12 Gang Modular power distribution and switch panel is absolutely the first choice; it is easy on the wallet, coming in under the $200 mark, and boasted quality construction and materials. Most people don’t want a ton of switches in place of their OEM switches in the dash. After all, there are only so many blanks to fill and usually they're already full! With lights, a fridge, the 110v outlet, and lights galore, options are pretty slim (Someone need close to seven switches to power all of these accessories individually).
- Colight 12 Gang Switch Panel: Check Price
- 1X 12gang switch panel
- 1X circuit fuse box
- 2 types mounting brackets
- 50X self adhesive labels
- 1X 100A circuit breaker
- 3X wires, Cable ties, Screw
Today we invite Youtuber Wiring Rescue to help us test and review the 12 gang swtich panel, Jeremy used the swtich to control some 194 bulbs, horn, power window motor, door lock, starter, fuel pump and fan.And showing us the wiring and use of equipment current from small to large.Colight 12 gang swich control up to 12 different led lights or electrical devices, 80 Amp circuit breaker, Maximum Current 100A input.
In the fuse panel, there are 6 fuses on both side, each fuse has two terminals-negtive and positive. Each fuse has a rating,10A, 10A, 15A, 20A, 30A, 30A,the same with another side.These circuits can't go above the rating but can accept smaller Amp.For example, you can put 5A to the 10A fuse but if you put 30 Amp fuse to the 10A fuse, it will burn it out.
And how to do with if your lights or devices not draw a lot of amperage?When you want to install some lights only 5A, but the fuse is 10A, just change the 10A fuse to 5A.Yes, you can exchange the fuse as your needs.Just make sure you won't over the fuse rating.
50 self-adhesive labels almost can meet your all driving needs, you can apply the stickers to the swtichboad and if you want more empty labels just send notes!
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STEP 2. SET UP LIGHTS MODES
RGB & Brightness Adjustments Function
As you can see, there’s a wide variety of switch panels on the market. They range widely in both price and feature sets. To some, the more expensive options may seem like total overkill. To others, that could be exactly what they need. Each person has different needs with their setups, so it’s good to see that there’s something for everyone out there.
What are your thoughts on switch panels? I’d love to hear what some of your favorite brands are, or even if you prefer the more factory look with individual wire harnesses and OEM-style switches. The more information we have, the better!
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