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Leash Electronics Relay Module PRO8

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LEASH ELECTRONICS PRO8 RELAY MODULE. Pro 8 Relay Module features:
8 70 amp industrial relays
heavy duty J-case/FMX style fuse sockets FUSES NOT INCLUDED
led indicators
Billet Aluminium base
Epoxied for protection
Preterminated harness
1/4" input stud and #10 output studs
Make sure to select if you need any of the relays to be negative triggered (mean if you have a specific purpose to use a ground to turn a relay on) If you have no need for any negative triggers then put 0 in the option field. Must put a number between 0-4 in the box below for negative triggers! Note that if you choose any Negative triggers there will be an arm wire that disables the Negative trigger relays until 12 volts is applied to the extra wire. This wire will apply to all the negative triggered relays only.

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$250.00
 

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LEASH ELECTRONICS PRO8 RELAY MODULE. Pro 8 Relay Module features: 8 70 amp industrial relays heavy duty J-case/FMX style fuse sockets FUSES NOT INCLUDED led indicators Billet Aluminium base Epoxied for protection Preterminated harness 1/4" input stud and #10 output studs Make sure to select if you need any of the relays to be negative triggered (mean if you have a specific purpose to use a ground to turn a relay on) If you have no need for any negative triggers then put 0 in the option field. Must put a number between 0-4 in the box below for negative triggers! Note that if you choose any Negative triggers there will be an arm wire that disables the Negative trigger relays until 12 volts is applied to the extra wire. This wire will apply to all the negative triggered relays only.
Part Type Relay Module
Brand Leash Electronics
 

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