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    GPS conncetor
    on: Apr 23, 2020, 04.48 pm
    Apr 23, 2020, 04.48 pm
    hi all
    does somebody know where i can find this GPS connector please?
    item number :A9938122
    thx so much
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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #1 on: Apr 23, 2020, 05.13 pm
    Apr 23, 2020, 05.13 pm
    They are listed on the UK World of Triumph Web Site here :

    A9938122 GPS CONNECTOR KIT 9.92 + Shipping

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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #2 on: Apr 23, 2020, 06.21 pm
    Apr 23, 2020, 06.21 pm
    Hi coconut
    thx so much, i will use it to feed a fuse block..
    because its a 12v ready to use
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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #3 on: Apr 23, 2020, 06.31 pm
    Apr 23, 2020, 06.31 pm
    No problem - Just remember that the circuit has a 10 AMP fuse - so don't overload it !  :028:

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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #4 on: Apr 24, 2020, 09.22 am
    Apr 24, 2020, 09.22 am
    hi coconut
    id like to add a denali power fuse , this block got several
    fuses ..is it not advised to connect it ?
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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #5 on: Apr 24, 2020, 10.54 am
    Apr 24, 2020, 10.54 am
    If you need to ask the question, the answer is "Probably not",
    though I am not a qualified auto electrician !

    A 12 volt 10 Amp circuit can provide 120 Watts of power ( Volts x Amps = Watts ),
    and it is generally recommended to have a 20% safety margin,
    so you would not want to draw more than 96 Watts.

    If you KNOW the maximum current draw of everything that would ever be connected,
    remembering to include any power that the Denali Power fuse itself might draw,
    such as from any built in Switching relay(s), then theoretically you could use it,
    but you would probably be better off taking a feed directly from the Main Battery,
    preferably via an Isolation switch and it's own Fuse.

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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #6 on: Apr 24, 2020, 03.11 pm
    Apr 24, 2020, 03.11 pm
    i mean your right
    so i think ill just use it for my pair of denali fog led
    instead to wiring them from battery power
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    Re: GPS conncetor
    Reply #7 on: Apr 24, 2020, 07.59 pm
    Apr 24, 2020, 07.59 pm
    I insist on that connector!

    It should not provide even 1A of output, since that voltage is provided by the radio itself.

    If you want to use that output, no problem, as long as a relay is connected to it, you can load whatever you want with an appropriate fuse that connects to the installed relay line.

    That connector, as I say, comes from the radio equipment and was designed for a GPS that the same consumption does not reach 500 mA. Therefore, assuming that of that 1000 mA line, two GPS could be connected without problem without a relay, but that line would already reach the limit of its power, which it supplies.

    I'm going to remove that little fairing and I'm going to check to what extent it gives it its amperage. I'll take pictures and a little diagram of how you can connect a relay to that line.

    The 10 amp fuse is for the sound system and something else, now I don't know, I am not in front of the bike scheme. But I would say that for the GPS connector it will be around 1000 mA, that is, 1A.
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