what you see is what you get. I live in virginia. Rules???????
Ignition/ rotary switches-
It’s a little confusing right now until you get it in front of you.
Basically the light and the switch will always be on regardless of ignition
or accessory inputs. However the relay that will actually apply power to the
accessory will work of ignition, low beam, aux input, or battery hot.
So if you had driving lights installed and the rotary dial was set to either
ignition or low beams the lights will only come on if the switch is on and
one the triggers “ign/low beam” are on. The lights will go off as soon as
one of the triggers are removed from the equation, but the switch and light
will still be activated until you manually turn it off.
Leaving the switch on all the time will only be a problem if you have
selected battery hot as an option. In this scenario the accessory will stay
on all the time until you manually turn it off.
So basic functionality is all there and working it’s just some of the user
scenarios are a little off still.
This function does work correctly and will change the operating switch from
green to red once the voltage drops below the standard operating voltage.
Low voltage cut off-
This is the only function that is not reliable and functioning properly.
Aside from the above issues the board should function correctly.
Off road lights
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