|Item Weight||2.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 1.5 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA or Imported|
|Item model number||TR-7|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Chassis Size||Please fill in Unit Size|
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- Universal Trigger Output Module
- Low Voltage Trigger
- Alpine Video Bypass
- Latch and Unlatch Output From a Pulsed Unit
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That said, I highly recommend this product to make your life easier when installing a new stereo. My Alpine INA-W900BT is a great head unit, but when it comes to hooking up the foot and hand brake wiring, it is a bit of a pain. I am no car stereo guru by any stretch but drilling a hole in my firewall to route a brake detection wire? NO THANK YOU.
Not a whole lot else to say; this item simply does what it is supposed to do. Your head unit will think that the brake is always on, letting you access any functions you need to. In my case, I will be picking up another one for my other car as it is really annoying that my wife can't program the GPS while I am driving. Until the car manufacturers start adding some sort of passenger-detection override, items like this will be sorely necessary.
And that's a good thing because you can't do a proper set up of the Alpine audio/phone/backup camera/etc unless the video is working (even if you're not going to use the video) and setting up the video requires you to run clockwise around the barn twice under a full moon with a chicken in each hand... naked ..... or just wire this guy in. It's a five-minute job once you get the head unit pulled out.... everything is color-coded, so no worries.
The write-up includes details on the parts needed and steps to take for the install.
The programming on this device is pretty simple, once you get the understanding. You basically hook up the black and red wires as Negative and Positive, respectively, and then use the brown wire by tapping against the ground to program the unit.
In my case, you tap 15 times and you'll see a red light blink for each tap. You then wait a few seconds and you'll see the red light flash 15 times you let you know what feature you're selecting. Next you just tap twice again and it will again blink each time and then blink twice again back letting you know that you selected two. Next you tap once more putting it into a timer mode and the light will blink once back. At this time if you want to program the number of hours, you can tap here, but for my purposes, I don't do anything. It will then blink twice which will be the where you want to tap if you want 10's of minutes in your timing. In my case again, I just let it keep going...and finally it will blink 3 times, for the location where you want to program the number of seconds, and for me it was just 3. Once you are complete with the settings, it will flash the light several times again and you can then hook up the PAC TR-7.
Works great for me so I give 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had just purchased an Alpine video receiver and was shocked when reading the install instructions that it needed to be connected to the parking brake and the foot brake. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jim A
Great little tool with a ton of uses. I used it to trigger a relay for a door popper. Easy to program and easy to hide. Tons of uses for this thing other than stereoPublished 2 months ago by Quagmire
I've had this relay for coming on two years, and I like it with one big caveat. After about a year and a half, it stopped working. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aaron S.
Didn't work ended up using a 3$ toggle switch still have itPublished 3 months ago by Steven Danielson
It is a bit tricky to program but after a couple of practices I got it programmes for my application. I have two of these now and they work very well.Published 5 months ago by Ron H