The Matchbox Relay was developed for the limited space of a motorcycle, but can be used on cars and trucks too.
•The Matchbox is a high-quality DUAL headlight relay unit (it contains two independent 15-amp relays) for controlling high and low beams, auxiliary lights or fog lights. Other uses might include controlling power-windows, power sunroofs or horns.
•The Matchbox is small enough (about 2 cubic inches) to fit inside a crowded motorcycle headlight bucket yet powerful enough to control high wattage lighting or electrical loads up to 15 amps (180 watts for 12-volt Matchboxes, 90 watts for 6-volt Matchboxes) per relay*.
•The Matchbox uses quick-disconnect .250″ terminals for easy wiring.
•Installation instructions are written for the ‘electrically challenged’ with simplified diagrams, basic wiring theory and helpful tips.
•Each Matchbox has two independent 15-amp relays in an extremely miniaturized size and can independently control two circuits such as high and low beams. Each relay can handle up to 180 watts* for 12-volt Matchboxes or 90 watts* for 6-volt Matchboxes.
•The Matchbox uses electromechanical relays to minimize internal voltage drop and maximize amperage flow through the relays. The Matchbox also uses very thick copper to accommodate high amperage.
•The Matchbox uses ‘flyback’ diodes to arrest high voltage spikes generated by the electromechanical relays from harming other electronic devices on your vehicle.
•The Matchbox outer case covers are non-conductive flame-resistant lightweight fiberglass. No need to worry about short circuits caused by incidental contact.to nearby metal or electrical components.
•It’s easy to connect wires to the Matchbox using quick-disconnect slide-on .250″ female spade terminals (not supplied) available at automotive and hardware stores. Spade terminals crimp onto wires without soldering but require a crimping tool.
•No relay sockets are required.
•MADE IN THE USA