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Altrider Rowe Electronics PDM60 - Power Distribution Module - Fuse Block Replacement

Altrider Rowe Electronics PDM60 - Power Distribution Module - Fuse Block Replacement Includes Programming Cable  

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£169.95



Product code: ROWE-0-3100

Manufacturers code: ROWE-0-3100

Brand: AltRider


Altrider Rowe Electronics PDM60 - Power Distribution Module - Fuse Block Replacement
Includes Programming Cable

 



The future of power management is here. The PDM60 from Rowe Electronics replaces outdated fuse blocks on your motorcycle, without interfering with the CANBUS system of modern bikes. Easily add lights, power outlets, or any other electrical accessories with the PDM60.

 

The PDM60 is built with components selected for superior power management capability and extended service life. It’s designed to provide years of superior, hassle-free performance. The unit is fully encapsulated to protect against rain, dust, and humidity. Whether you ride off the beaten path, or cross-country via interstate, these units are built to last under the harshest of conditions.

The unit connects directly to your motorcycle battery -- efficiently dispersing and monitoring power to your electrical applications. It provides six separate circuits, totaling 60 amps, of load-handling capability. Each circuit on the unit has an adjustable output capacity (maximum 15 amp load rating), adjustable timing settings, and the ability to work with an external switch. 

  • Simplifies adding or removing aftermarket electrical devices/electronics to your motorcycle
  • Simple to install and easy to use
  • Connects directly to your motorcycle battery
  • Offers six power circuits to handle your favorite gadgets and accessories
  • Super bright LED indicators on the PDM60 keep you informed of the status of each circuit
  • Eliminates the need to check or replace fuses
  • Eliminates the need to install relays to power high amperage applications

PDM60 Installation and Operation Manual

PDM60 Dashboard User Manual

PDM60 Troubleshooting Guide

FAQ Sheet

Download the PDM60 dashboard software here to adjust the unit’s settings.

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Reviews

01/09/2019
Rating:

This is a nice little box, about the size of a packet of cigarettes or playing cards, whichever you prefer. Sealed against water ingress, save for the interface port for connecting to your computer. Six coloured wires for your accessories and one black for ground, one blue one for a ground trigger, one grey one for an ignition trigger and a red live.Connecting it is simple, live and ground to the battery and an ignition trigger if required, eg headlight.The unit comes with some twist connectors which I think are quite common in the USA as automotive connectors. The programming software is windows only but there is a beta version that runs on Mac and Windows. Nice timed on/off delay can be set. I have it set so that some extra DRL's come on 20 sections after the ignition switch is turned, it gives me more than enough time to start the bike. I also have a delay off on those lights - useful for when you park in the dark and could do with a little lighting whilst getting your kit together. The various trigger mechanisms are listed below.IGNITION TRIGGER – Circuit activates with the ignition trigger.IGNITION TRIGGER (with time delay off) – Circuit activates with ignition trigger, time delay off.GROUND TRIGGER – Circuit activates with the ground trigger.IGNITION OR GROUND TRIGGER – Circuit activates with Ignition trigger or ground trigger.IGNITION OR GROUND TRIGGER (with time delay off) – Circuit activates with Ignition trigger or ground trigger, time delay off. IGNITION AND GROUND TRIGGER – Circuit activates with both the ignition trigger and ground trigger.ALWAYS LIVE – Circuit is active without the use of triggers.I've been using mine for about 6 years now and the only issue is that sometimes it just forgets everything and does nothing. It requires you to disconnect the unit from the bike and re-programm it with your PC. It's a massive pain when it does it - there's no warning - but it has only happened 4 times in the 6 years I've had it.
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