Vehicle control modules

  • 13-May-2016 11:18 EDT
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VCMS II, the next generation of vehicle control and power modules from InPower, are fully programmable to provide maximum control, flexibility and value, whether part of a networked system or as stand-alone units. They can be configured to operate a range of auxiliary vehicle equipment, such as fans, compressors, lighting, pumps, heaters, lifts, beacons, motors and power takeoffs. The modular systems are compact and easily expandable. Available VCMS II products include several sizes of switch modules (with user-customizable backlit switch legends), power modules with eight programmable inputs and eight 12 V dc power outputs and a radio frequency receiver module with key fob. For more information, visit www.inpowerelectronics.com.

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