|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||WATERCARBON|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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I used to it wire LED strips that I installed on my car. Connected 'em to a fuse that gets power only when the engine is running, so I get good looking bright DRLs that look nice at night too.
Shipping was fast and packaging frustration-free.
Great little thing for powering up permanently installed (or at least long term) aux devices if you don't want an ugly 12V lighter adapter plugged in all the time.
Never knew these existed but I'm glad they do, they save a lot of potential for ugly wiring.
When wiring check your manual but my dashcam is wired with the 12V on the tap lead (the red one) that outputs 12V hot, then the black lead off the dashcam is attached to the metal under my dash that makes up the dash's frame.
I used an Add-A-Circuit to wire a dash cam with a mini usb kit. Works great. Piggybacked off my 15 amp power outlet fuse with a 2 amp. Although fuses don't have a right side up, the Add-A-Circuit seems to, as it didn't get power face-down. Something to keep in mind if you're having trouble. Otherwise, practically an instant install.
Keep in mind that this will stick out a lot more than a regular fuse. Make sure you have enough clearance between the fuse panel and the cover, otherwise you may find that you won't be able to close the cover/box (if applicable). My fuse panel is located behind a pull out coin holder. After I installed the Add-A-Circuit, the coin holder would not stay closed. In my situation, I was able to move the entire fuse panel back a little to provide the extra space needed for the cover/change holder to close.
Also make sure youre buying the correct size for your car. (regular, mini, low profile, micro, etc...)
Solid product to reduce wiring hassles though.
All of my cars except one use this type of fuse.
The car I intended to install this in, uses the mini-fuses. Therefore would not fit.
I did however and up installing it in my truck, for whole other purpose.
Works like a dream.
Simply pull the fuse location you want to use. Plug this puppy in, plug the fuse you just took out into the empty hole, and select a fuse of the proper amperage to go in the outside slot nearest to the power wire that is coming out of it. Make sure whatever you are hooking up has a proper ground, and you are good to go!
These things are awesome. Make sure you are getting the right add-a-circuit. Both our Toyotas take APS/ATT mini low profile fuses. I did not realize my mistake as this was the first time I've fooled with fuses on my newer cars. The replacement I bought was perfect, though!