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  1. customtruckshop

    customtruckshop LGE-CTS Motorsports Supporting Member

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    Mar 12, 2012
    San Dimas, CA

    TRIGGER Wireless Accessory Controller
    The Trigger Wireless Accessory Controller substantially saves installation time of your electronic accessories! Eliminate the need to run wires under the dash or through the firewall of a vehicle when wiring accessories. It also adds functionality such as; an RF remote control for activating installed accessories from outside the vehicle and dimming/flashing functions for installed lighting. In addition, fused circuits with LED indicators notify you of blown fuses.

    The included battery-powered RF remote utilizes a universal mounting system that will accommodate round surfaces as well as flat surfaces. Its buttons are backlit and it is programmable for security or use with additional remote’s. Several Trigger control boxes and remote’s can be used together to control up to 24 accessories. When mounted to a UTV roll bar, the buttons on the remote are more easily accessible than dash switches. No straining against seat belts to reach the dash, just a quick reach up to tap the remote.

    The Bluetooth App will control on/off and dimming functions as well as flashing when used with LED or conventional lighting. It is simple to set up and allows for user customization. Use the app to “Trigger” lights from outside the vehicle whenever you might need to activate an accessory on demand.

    A few notable features:

    Accepts 12-24 Volt input
    Two 10 amp fused circuits w/12-24 Volt output
    Two 30 amp fused circuits w/12-24 Volt output
    Includes 4 wire harnesses with waterproof connectors
    Wireless back-lit RF remote switch module
    Control from your mobile device with our free App!

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    Last edited: Apr 18, 2017

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