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The PowerHub2 Power Distribution Module, manufactured by Denali, allows you to safely connect up to 6 electronic devices to your motorcycle in a clean, professional manner. It is CAN-Bus compatible and includes six 15-amp rated and fused outputs, six ground posts, and a plug-and-play wiring harness for direct battery hookup. Each of the six outputs can be individually set as "always on" or "switched" on/off with the ignition of the motorcycle. Instead of attaching multiple ring terminals to your battery, use a PowerHub2!
The CAN-bus safe Denali PowerHub2 has been designed to allow simple and easy installation of electrical components. Each unit has six individually fused outputs. These are not your ordinary outputs. Simply plug the fuse in to the left or the right on the circuit board to make the accessory live all of the time or switched on/off with the bike's ignition.
The entire unit is rated for 30 Amps (360 watts). Each of the six circuits can handle up to 15A (180W) each - without exceeding a total sum of 30 Amps simultaneously.
- Replaceable 30 amp Tyco/Bosch micro relay
- Choice between switched and constant power
- Dimensions: L 3" x W 4" x H 1"
- 6 circuits can handle up to 15A (180W) each
- 60 inch long 10 gauge wiring harness with Posi-lock connector
What's in the Box:
- PowerHub2 fuse block
- 2 ring terminals
- Wiring harness for connecting PowerHub2 to battery (includes switched "trigger" wire with Posi-tap connector)
- Self-adhesive hook and loop pad for providing a quick-release attachment method for connecting the PowerHub2 to a flat surface
What else do I need to buy? Mini ATM fuses are not included.
An assortment of mini ATM fuses is available HERE. Replacement 30amp relay available HERE.
Can I hook up a battery charger to my motorcycle via the Power Hub 2? YES. Just be certain you place the fuse in the position for continuous power.
How do I connect the PowerHub to a BMW CAN-BUS bike? Connect either the Electrical Connection 194 Marker Bulb CAN-BUS Adapter (part EC.02350, available separately), or the original BMW power socket hot wire to the Powerhub's switched yellow wire. Then connect the Powerhub's black and red wires directly to the battery.
How do I convert watts to amps? Amps to watts? Watts = Volts x Amps. Most motorcycles run at 12 Volts, so the equation becomes Watts = 12 x Amps. Amps = Watts/12. Use this calculator to help convert watts to amps (or amps to watts). Fill in any 2 fields and hit submit for the result. Power is measured in watts. Current is measured in amps. Fuses are rated in amps. Accessories generally give their power or current rating.
We found this table handy with our own wiring projects; use it as a guide for sizing accessory wire on your motorcycle. When on the border line, always use a lower gauge number (larger wire) than specified in this chart.
Wire Gauge Selection Table 12 Volt Circuit
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Note: A small production run of the Powerhub2 had an incorrect assembly issue that caused the circuit board to sit too high to allow for proper seating of the cover. As of December 2013, this issue has been corrected with all subsequent production. All of the PowerHub2 currently available allow plenty of clearance for the fuses and the cover to close securely.
- Review by Grani1
I feel a lot safer with the Danali for sure ! 1992 Goldwing Aspencade Trike (Posted on 8/14/14)
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- Review by Anonymous
1) Physically bigger "foot print" where to mount it. Not good
2) had to cut off mounting tabs... Not good.
3) big long power leads = good.
4) hole to bring in accessory wires small after the power leads go in the same hole. Not good.
5) the screws and silly plates that wire have to go beside and under don't leave enough room for putting wires there. Not good
6) after 5,000 miles the rubber bands that hold the cover on are rotted and broken??? And I'm still on my first trip with it. How am I supposed to hold the cover on now? Not a rhetorical question. !!
7) the cover legend on the inside is up side down from reality and the space left to write is way to small! It's also confusing constant power & switched power should more clearly be marked.
8) the Velcro supplied is great.
Wish I had an FZ-1 on this bike too. (Posted on 7/7/14)
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