Simple Style, Simple Controlwhat makes a 4 toggle panel special
Straightforward and reliable. Aircraft toggle panel switches have 2 pin screw terminals for quick connections to your loads. Simply feed some wire from your loads and power source, crimp on and attach the supplied ring terminals, and mount the aircraft toggle switch panel wherever you need it.
No-nonsense shutoff. Need to quickly shut off a switch? Toggle switches are often too small to readily turn off under pressure — that’s when safety covers matter most. And when closed, aircraft safety covers make sure you don’t accidentally flip a switch back on.
Rated 20A at 12V, metal toggle switches are heavy-duty and durable. Add a stainless steel faceplate to the mix and it’s no wonder these switch boards are considered a staple of Off-Road electrical control.
WHAT’S INCLUDEDwhat comes with every 4 aircraft toggle switch panel
Stainless steel faceplates are lightweight and laser cut for guaranteed precision and fit. Your toggle switch board has four 1/2″ cutouts and six pre-drilled mounting holes for quick installation. Manufactured in North America, MGI faceplates are designed with quality in mind.
Premium 20A toggle switches can be used to control incandescent lighting and fully resistive loads. Each ON/OFF maintained toggle switch has 2 pin SPST contact forms. You also get a spare ON/OFF switch and a free (ON)/OFF momentary ignition switch.
Aircraft flip covers are available in four popular colors: transparent red, transparent green, carbon fiber, and chrome.
Jumpers & crimp terminals are supplied so that you don’t have to guess what fits.
SIMPLE TO USE
SPST switching is easy to use. You get on-off functionality with the flip of a switch. Safety covers allow for no-nonsense shutoff when you need it.
EASY TO WIRE
Install a ground wire between the relay panel and the auto chassis. Then, connect the control circuit terminal to your switch inputs, with switch outputs connected to the appropriate screw terminals.
Connect your loads to the appropriate screw terminals. Ground your loads. See the 3, 4, 6, and 8 relay module diagrams above.