The PDM60 is a fully digital, fully
programmable, fuse-less way of controlling electrical devices on your motorcycle,
ATV, any 12 volt system.
The PDM60 unit was designed with one goal in mind: providing the owner with years and years of superior, hassle free electrical performance.
The unit provides 6 circuits, totaling 60
Amps, of load handling capability. It is designed to connect directly to a primary
(12V) power source (vehicle battery), and efficiently disperse and monitor
power to your electrical/electronic applications. Each circuit on the unit has a
preset output capacity, determined by the unit programming, and a specific operational behavior; the details of which are
specified further in the instructions below.
*1pcs PDM60 Power Distribution Module
* Special USB Programming cable
*1pcs Black 9” ground cable with protection boot
(connect the ground cable to your battery ground, and it serves as a common ground point for all of your accessories)
*6pcs ¼” ring terminal – used on your accessories’ ground wires for connections to ground points/ground bus cable
*1pcs 6MM bolt/nut ( used for connecting all accessory ground wires/ring terminals to the main ground cable)
*6pcs Posi-Lock Connectors – one per circuit output wire – to allow for secure connections, and quick & easy installation
*1Pcs Posi-Tap Connector–the tap connector is to be used on the “Ignition Trigger” wire – tap into any switched circuit
Basic Operational Parameters:----
With a PDM60, you’ll never have to replace, or hunt down a
blown fuse again.
It makes the old methods of powering accessories and protecting a vehicle look like antiquated technology........ and
that’s because it is.
- Fully Solid State. No relays or fuses
- Fully Waterproof, dust proof and vibration proof
on the market ( 2 x 3 x 0.9")
- Can be
- Never have
to replace/hunt down fuses
- start and
shutdown delays available
behavior is fully programmable
assured…. This is the best power management device for any powersport
For a review and installation of the PDM60, done by one of our customers on his BMW 800GS, please click on these words to visit his blog.
For a greater explanation of the PDM60, please reference MCI's, and ALTRider's videos below!