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PAC TR-7 Universal Trigger Output Module for Video Bypass

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  • Universal Trigger Output Module
  • Low Voltage Trigger
  • Alpine Video Bypass
  • Latch and Unlatch Output From a Pulsed Unit
  • Double Pulse Output
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PAC TR-7 Universal Trigger Output Module for Video Bypass + SiriusXM SXV200v1 Connect Vehicle Tuner for SiriusXM-Ready Car Stereo Receivers + Metra Axxess ASWC-1 Universal Steering Wheel Control Interface
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 6 x 1 inches
Item model numberTR-7
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
WarrantyONE YEAR
Weight4.80 Ounces
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002J22BO
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 29, 2005
  
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Product Description

Universal Trigger Output Module; Low Voltage Trigger; Alpine Video Bypass; Latch and Unlatch Output From a Pulsed Unit; Double Pulse Output; Closed Loop Circuit; Pulse Extender / Delayed Turnoff; Horn Honking Output; Linear Actuator Controller; Door Lock Pulse Generator.

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Has many available functions.
Nick Cerul
I tried my luck at simply grounding the parking brake wire and that worked perfectly.
R. Castro
Programing other tasks is easy with the included instructions.
J. Stam

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By KMSM on February 20, 2011
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I used this to bypass the foot brake and parking brake signals for an Alpine INA-W900BT. Without this device, the only way to access the main setup menu is to set the parking brake, press down the foot brake and while holding the brake pedal down, release the parking brake and set it again, then release the foot brake. Seriously? That's insane. Wire this thingy in and you can access the setup menu any time. Perfect!
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Hoelo on January 30, 2011
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First of all, don't buy this unit with the intention of allowing the viewing of DVDs while you are driving. This is illegal and insane (and I'm not just saying that as a legal disclaimer; moving video in the front seat is inevitably going to pull the driver's eyes from the road) so I'm not endorsing that.

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.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Quinn on September 20, 2009
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Very easy to install and use. I used it for alpine video bypass for my, uhhh, "boat or RV". Comes preset to use for this function so all you have to do is hook up the wires. The only reason it's not a 5 star is that the video resets every time I restart my vehicle. That could be the head unit though.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Real217 on March 12, 2013
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I used it for the Alpine INE-S920HD, everything is literally bypassed. The deck will play anything and let you set anything irrespective of the status of the vehicle. It does the job its supposed to do, flawlessly too. I cannot complain. And the price was good too. Great equipment.
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Between the written instructions, online material, and such, this a very capable and well supported device that is straightforward to use.

The various applications map to configuration numbers that you "program" by pulsing the brown lead to ground, while applying 12V power and ground to those leads. This is not a completely obvious process, but with a suitable 12V DC (or slightly more) power supply and a morse key (or similarly-functioning momentary switch) to do the "pulsing", it straightforward enough.

BTW the LED that pulses is on the PCB within the enclosure; if it is on you will know it as it shines brightly from within. This is not documented anywhere I could see but is obvious once your configuration setup is working.

Other downside is that, for my "marine" application #19, (bypass of parking brake for pioneer car audio) a five pin relay was needed (only) to invert the polarity of the output, not for current capacity; this more than doubles the space required and makes the resulting solution a bit awkward, though acceptable when hidden behind console. For applications where relays are not required -- probably the majority -- the unit is small enough to be very convenient.
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By MahaRex on September 1, 2014
Unit works, and works well. Bought this to avoid the foolishness Alpine thinks that people are going to do when they want to tweak a simple setting or otherwise. As a finicky listener (with my Boston Acoustic Pro60SE component speakers) I wanted to be able to quickly change my sound settings - this made it so I didn't have to pull over and perform shenanigans to do so.

I'm docking a star because when I received it, it was supposed to be already setup for my INE-S920HD. It wasn't, so I had to manually configure it (which was reasonably easy, but took some doing) and then its worked fine ever since.
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By chu5553 on February 8, 2008
If you are looking for any type of relay other than the standard 4 or 5 prong, I'm willing to bet that the PAC TR7 will cover what it is you need to have done but in a more simple and cleaner set up. Ok, so reading the programing instructions looked like it was going to be hard, but when it comes down to it just give it a whirl because it's not that bad! It took me a few tries but in less than 5 minutes it was up and running the way I wanted it to! I should have bought more PAC TR7's because after knowing a little more about what it can do, I can think of a few more things I could use it for.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nick Cerul on April 16, 2012
Has many available functions. Ive typically used just for the video bypass on my alpine indash screens. Always works great and never had a problem.

Definitely get one if you're looking to add a screen to your car.
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