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DENALI Switched Power Adapter for Select BMW Motorcycles

DENALI Switched Power Adapter for Select BMW Motorcycles

$41.99
SKU: DNL.WHS.10000

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The DENALI switched power adapter connects to your BMW's GPS power connector (on bikes with Nav preparation) to provide a CANbus safe, switched 12V power source for triggering a relay to power DENALI lights, PowerHubs or other electronic accessories. The pre-installed Posi-lock connector means you will not have to tap, pierce, cut, or solder any original wires. The BMW GPS power source is switched with the ignition, so it will provide power when your ignition is turned on and will shut down when your ignition is turned off. Please note that this accessory circuit on most BMWs is designed with a delayed time off, so your added accessories will reflect this same factory setting.

Please Note: The DENALI switched power adapter is intended to trigger a relay (sold separately) and is not intended to directly power an electrical accessory. Powering accessories directly from this adapter could overload the circuit and trigger the CANbus to cut power to the circuit until the overload is removed.

Features:

  • Switched 12V power source to trigger accessory relays
  • Simple plug & play installation - no cutting, tapping, or soldering necessary 
  • CANbus friendly
  • Will not void manufacturer warranty
  • Compatible with most late model BMW motorcycles

What's in the box:

  • DENALI Switched Power Adapter
Manufacturer # DNL.WHS.10000
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Works as represented, but you should know that whatever you hookup to the power lead will remain on for 1 min. after ignition shut off. Also at least on a 2006 R1200GS/A , if you use the standard BMW accessory socket to plug in the BMW smart charger, the circuit will remain on for a minimum of 15 min. after ignition shut off. The better choice is to use the Denali unit that taps off the "parking or city light". That circuit will handle a several watt draw without triggering a computer fault. (Posted on 2/15/2017)
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