Share your switches setup

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btsbarton
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Share your switches setup

Post by btsbarton » Tue Dec 24, 2019 5:19 pm

Share pictures and details of how your accessories switches (air compressor, off road lights, etc) are installed in your truck!

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Re: Share your switches setup

Post by Gremlin4x » Wed Jan 01, 2020 11:23 pm

I’m using an AEV switch bezel with an sPod. I installed it about a year ago, was super straight forward and I’ve been really pleased with it. I wanted old school switches as apposed to some of the cooler options out there. Up here in the North Country we tend to use our lights pretty regularly and I wanted to be able operate them while wearing gloves.
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Re: Share your switches setup

Post by Mule » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:17 pm

Custom center console for stuff, inverter tucked under there along with some DC distribution and duplex outlet.
3d-printed plates for USB charger (standalone USB goes to the headunit) and inverter switch.
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Lightbar is on a switch by my knee. Camera DVR pendant next to it.
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Cheapo chinese/amazon curved light bar, "180 watts" (around 120 in reality). For $50, it's been great.
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I'm bouncing around ideas for my next truck... if i've got lights/accessories on the truck, camper, and a trailer, why not make them all controllable from one touch-screen display? Put the I/O on an ethernet controller and use wifi to connect truck/trailer/camper together? Keep it all on an in-vehicle routed network, doesn't need to go to internet.
Could feed hard-switches to inputs on the computer and link them in software, mapping a switch to output(s). :geek:

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Re: Share your switches setup

Post by verdesardog » Thu Jan 02, 2020 8:40 pm

Lighted safety switches for Fire truck air horn, driving lights, ditch lights, backup lights and front and rear strobes:
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2006 Big Horn 2500 Ram CTD. IMAGINE ALL THE PEOPLE LIVING LIFE IN PEACE
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Re: Share your switches setup

Post by verdesardog » Thu Jan 02, 2020 8:40 pm

with switches off:
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