Switch panels let you power up an array of Jeep electrical components, including extra lights. Jeep switch panel kits come with the number of switches you need and wiring options that make it easy to connect accessories. Many panels feature low voltage cutoff to preserve battery power in your rig.
Switch Panel Designs
A switch panel kit allows you to set up an easy way to control electrical accessories with the flick of a switch. 4WD.com carries switch panels from SPOD with a range of circuits and switches for complete customization. Choose a fully programmable digitally controlled system with a touchscreen that can be expanded from eight all the way up to 32 circuits or a simpler self-contained toggle switch panel or Jeep rocker switch panel.
You’ve Got the Power
Whether you need to power aftermarket accessories like light bars or pods or Jeep electrical replacement parts, a switch panel kit provides simple installation and access. You can order a compact system that is already pre-wired or a kit that comes with a wire harness set and leads in order to give you complete control over your setup. Switch panels allow you to determine which electrical devices are powered on at any time. Additional components like fuses or features like a circuit breaker may be included in some switch panel kits.
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6 ATO style automotive fuses 3 15 amp and 3 30 amp supplied
6 Diodes to protect sensitive accessories such as LED lights from "field collapse"
Inline 50amp manual resetting circuit breaker
8 gauge power leads with crimped and soldered terminal for connection to the battery
Integrated LVCO (Low-Voltage-Cut-Off) circuit that detects the battery voltage and will cut-off at 11.2VDC and cuts-back in at 12.8VDC so there is enough juice to start your vehicle in case you left an accessory on
Fuse for LVCO which can be removed to bypass the LVCO