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Now, you're probably wondering how do you use this PDM to do anything? One example could be to turn on a cooling fan. A simple way would be to make an alarm that when the coolant temp goes over a certain value, like 200 degrees, it would activate an output, that would then turn on a channel in the PDM. This, when connected to a cooling fan, would run the fan until the coolant temp was below 200 degrees.
The four channels available in the PDM mean that you could control two channels with the MXL2/MXG and then use a switch panel to control the other two channels. This simple device, controlling power, protecting from over-currant, and short circuit, opens many opportunities in how to power you car, utilize your dash, and save valuable weight in the car.
While options here show AiM data systems, they are applicable to all brands of data system that have digital outputs. This includes the Race Technologies DL-1, MoTeC systems, and many others. This system is beneficial for situations without data, as the PDM functions as a relay and circuit breaker all in one small, lightweight package.
Retail price is $198.30 for the PDM and $95.79 for the 2 push button panel. Send us an email to Matt@TrailBrake.net to purchase or look in our store.