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   d-400111 $19.95   PAT 10-1-2  Power Accessory Terminal Block with 10 Screws, 1 Fuse with Ground and 2 Relays with Surge / Transient Protection 

Easy Connect & Disconnect.   SAE2 connectors make it even easier !

All Power Accessory Terminals come with 5 Feet of Red/Black 14G Power Wire FREE !

                                 

Introducing the new   PAT 10-1-2

What makes this 12 volt Automotive power distribution panel different from the others is that Relay 1 is +12v activated, Relay 2 is ground activated and there are 2 fast acting transzorbs for transient surge suppression. 

This power distribution panel also allows you to connect the wires directly without adding Faston terminals.

These transzorbs clamp both the +  and - transient voltages to ground.  The 2 relays are automotive type 20 amp minuture +12vdc relays.

Applying +12vdc to Terminals 3,  turns the #1 relay coil on which activates the +12vdc power out at multiple Terminals 4, 6 and 8.

Applying Ground to Terminal 9, turns the #2 relay coil on which activates the +12vdc power out at Terminal 10.

 
USE IT IN YOUR USE IT FOR YOUR
RV Cell Phone
Car GPS
ATV IPOD
Motorcycle Radio
Boat Camera
Snowmobile Trailer

 

Here's the theory of operation

Connect power to terminal 1 (+12vdc) & 2 (GND) from the battery. The PAT now has power. The transzorbs are now connected and can shunt any transients to ground.


When you apply the switched +12vdc to terminal #3 to activate Relay #1 .... you will hear it click closed ..... When Relay #1 is activated it outputs 12vdc to terminals #4, #6, and #8....Relay #1 can have three +12vdc devices connected to it....Relay #1 is called a +12vdc activated relay. Running lights are
normally connected like this. When the bright lights are turned on, this could turn on the additional running lights.

Relay #2 is ground activated. When a ground is applied to terminal #9, this activates the relay and +12vdc is outputted to terminal #10....you will hear
it click ...... Relay #2 is called a ground activated relay ... a Brake pedal switch is normally ground activated .... this would turn on the additional brake lights.

Relay Control ( see diagram below )
Relay #1 is +12vdc activated at terminal #3 for relay #1 output at Terminal #4, #6 & #8
Relay #2 is controlled by grounding terminal #9 for Relay #2 output of +12vdc output at Terminal #10    Terminals #5 and #7 are additional ground connections.


                                 

#d-400111  PAT 10-1-2     NOTE:  The accumulative output amperage (total) on the fuses cannot exceed 20 amp.

INCLUDED

  • Qty 2 - ATC type fuses 10 amp #d-100790
    Qty 2 8-32 3/8" Screws
    Qty 2 8-32  Standoffs
    Qty 2 8-32 3/4" Screws

The panel is rated at 20 amps total in.  Both the relays and screw terminal are rated at 20 amp.

Relay Control  ( see diagram below )

  • Relay #1 is +12vdc activated at terminal #3 for  relay #1 output at Terminal #4, #6 & #8

  • Relay #2 is controlled by grounding terminal #9 for  Relay #2 output of +12vdc output at Terminal #10

       

MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS:

1.  Drill 2 holes  .200 Dia on 2.438" center to center  (see diagram above)

2.  Quantity 2  8-32  3/8" mounting screws are included.

3.  Quantity 2  8-32  3/4" mounting screws are included.

Quantity 2 Standoffs are included

      COLOR WIRE
SCREW Relay   SHOULD BE SHOULD BE
1   Power IN Red 12awg to 18awg
2   Ground IN Black 12awg to 18awg
3 1 +12vdc Activated R1 on   14awg to 18 awg
4 1 12vdc R1 OUT   14awg to 18 awg
5 1 GND Black 14awg to 18 awg
6 1 12vdc R1 OUT   14awg to 18 awg
7 1 GND Black 14awg to 18 awg
8 1 12vdc R1 OUT   14awg to 18 awg
9 2 Ground Activated R2 ON   14awg to 18 awg
10 2 12vdc R2 OUT   14awg to 18 awg

                                 

 AMPS - Selecting the right fuse

Try to select the amp fuse that is 20% of the max load for both relays.  That will allow the fuse to blow properly when a high current condition exists.  Total current for the output should not exceed 20 amps.  We typically use a 10 amp fuse for most of our electronic applications.

 

                                 

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