Q: Are directions included in the packaging? Also, do you have to cut out the entire panel size or do you still separate holes for each outlet and plug?
A: Since the sockets are wired together, the entire panel needs to be cut out. You may be able to cut individual holes, but you would have to disassemble the entire Accessory Panel and reassemble it from the back after the holes are cut.
Q: Do you plan on making a USB COption shortly?
A: We do not have any immediate plans to make any changes to our power outlets.
Q: What is the size of the three socket accessory panel. Hoping to install in a 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 bed. Also can you recommend a dealer in the Phoenix Arizona area?
A: Dimensions are shown in the last image on the product page, or at the link below:
AZ Offroad & Performance
2010 W Parkside Ln STE 130
Phoenix, AZ 85027
Q: Any pics you can share of a Jeep JKU mounting option in the rear. Curious when they found the room for the flush mount.
A: Unfortunately, since we don't do labor or installations here, we don't get to see all of the creative solutions folks come up with for mounting their power outlets. We do have a single 12V outlet installed in the seat belt trim above the wheel well, but have yet to install any of the power panels.
Q: Is the volt meter displaying what's available, or what's being pulled by the device(s) connected?
A: The voltmeter shows the voltage of the battery it is connected to.
Q: Wht gauge wire do yall use 3 socket panel. thx
A: We use 12g wiring on our long harness, and 16g wire on the back of the panel between the sockets.
Q: I want to pick dual usb with digital gauge how do I order this?
A: If you only want two sockets, you'd want to purchase the Two Socket Accessory Panel below. Simply choose the option appropriate for each socket.
Q: Any update on the enclosure for the JL?
A: We're just finishing up the diesel versions of the JL and JT, then we'll be moving on with new product developement. We'll defniitely announce all new products on our Facebook page, so check in for updates there!
Q: what gauge wire is this made with
A: The wiring on the panel itself is 16g. The 20' loomed wire harness uses 12g wire.
Q: What is the width of the 3 panel accessory panel? I'm wanting to install this in the passenger side bed cubby of my 22 Tacoma.
A: Dimensions are provided in the last image on this page. Overall width is 6.69"
Q: I'm looking at the 3 outlet option. 2 12v accessory and 1 USB. I will mainly be using for 1 12v freezer, but may hook up 2 plus charge phones and such. Would I need a larger fuse for the breaker, or is there a fuse in the line to the battery?
Also what type of attachment is on the wiring harness to attach to the battery directly? I do not have a bus bar or anything on the battery.
Thank you for your assistance.
A: The fuse in the breaker is appropriately sized to protect the sockets. Simply putting in a new one wouldn't change the capability/rating of the sockets themselsves.
There is also a fuse inline in the harness, as shown in the photo of the harness, seen below. This photo also shows what the connectors look like on both ends.
Q: Is the usb fast charging
A: The USB socket is rated at 2.1A total, and 5V DC +/- 5%. This is not considered fast charging.
Q: Hey all looking for dimensions of all these panels to fit into a tight space. Thanks!!
A: Please click the below link for dimensions:
Q: Hi there,
I was wondering if you sold the pre made wiring harness for the blue seas power systems separately. I unfortunately purchased one from another supplier before I realized your company sold a complete set up with wiring harness.
A: We generally do not offer the harness alone, but I've sent you a link via email to purchase one.
Have you mounted a 12v assesory panel on your JL? I'd like to install one to power everything on my 67 Designs rail but not sure where to mount it. Suggestions?
A: We've only been offering this item for about a week, and have yet to install one in any of our vehicles. We're actually thinking about designing an enclosure for the JL since space is at such a premium in the Wrangler.