Switch Panel Options?

Tacos_And_Trucks

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What is your preference and why? Solid state or relay? Is 8 circuits enough for your application?

Switch Pros 9100 (Solid State)

Switch Pro RCR-Force 12 (Solid State)

SPOD BANTAMX HD (Solid State)

Xprite Rogue Series (Solid State)

RLB Pro8 Panel (Relay)
 

paranoid56

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we run the switch pro in our 5/1600 bug and its worked amazing. no issues.

that xprite looks interesting as its half the cost, I might try that on my rock crawler to try out.

also thanks for putting links lol, makes this way easier to find lol
 

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Just rewired my car & used switch pros RCR 12. It is pretty nice. I was hoping to get rid of all fuzes & relays but the RCR 12 has only 4 35 amp circuits, not a big deal, I just kept my fans & fuel pump on relay/fuze...
 

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Switch Pro...took my spaghetti of wire, relys, switches and flash controller to a single point of use. Love it.
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Tacos_And_Trucks

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I am giving the Xprite Solid State unit a shot. My Bronco was already wired with relays to toggle switches. So I am switching through replays and using the touch panel for simplicity.
 

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