For years I have used posi-taps and always tapped into power where ever and when ever I needed it. But times are changing and with the newer motorcycles that use computer management of their existing wiring, then tapping into these is not always a safe and best choice.
Furthermore, every added device such as a GPS or heated clothing has their own fuse.
The PDM 60 eliminates the need for these fuses (you can remove the devices fuses from the line) and it provides 6-circuits to connect up to 6 devices. Furthermore, the PDM60 connects via a cable to your tablet and you may adjust and set the amps for each circuit fuse, a delayed start up and shut off. For example, you can have all your devices with a 7 second delay so that all power is sent to the starter when staring your bike.
It is simple to install and simple to use. I made a short video describing the PDM 60.
Also Have a Look at this Video:
Hello Peter, I love your PDM60 video!! Great job. I work at Rowe Electronics and we manufacture the PDM60. Your video was better than anything I’ve seen out there, including our stuff. 🙂 We’re a small company, so a video like yours is a blessing, and we thank you putting it out there. If you ever need anything, just shoot me an e-mail or give me a call.
Peter Sanderson said:
Thanks :), I just got this new software and wanted to try it on something I am passionate about (bikes) and not my work. You just happened to be the last product I installed. Now that I know how it works, I guess I have to make something work related now.
Thank you for the compliment.
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Peter, I am considering one of these and have since written the manufacturer for clarification on a few aspects.
What I would like to know is what is the voltage drop across the unit. By that I mean if 14V (cruise RPM alternator output is 14.0 to 14.4V) is at the input of the unit, what is the voltage at any of the PDM60’s outputs at full rated current.
I’d like to know the efficiency of the electronic switches within. If you need help, I can perform this simple test the next time I am over.
Peter Sanderson said:
You are welcome to test it.
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