PowerTrays Switch-Pros Power Tray - Tacoma SR / SR5 / TRD Sport / Limited
PowerTrays Switch-Pros Power Tray - Tacoma SR / SR5 / TRD Sport / Limited

PowerTrays Switch-Pros Power Tray - Tacoma SR / SR5 / TRD Sport / Limited

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PowerTrays
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$85.00
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COMBINING THE POWER OF THE SWITCH-PROS MODULE WITH THE ORGANIZATION OF BLUE SEA SYSTEMS GIVES YOU EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO ORGANIZE AND MAINTAIN YOUR ELECTRICAL SYSTEM LIKE A PROFESSIONAL.

Take all the guesswork out of wiring up a new accessory. The Switch-Pros PowerTray employs a dedicated 8 circuit barrier terminal block and low profile grounding busbar, which creates the ultimate wire management solution for your Switch-Pros. No more fiddling around with excess wires or scrambling to find a secure and reliable ground for each of your accessories. We've been there and done that and learned from our frustration.

Now with the Switch-Pros PowerTray system installed, wiring up a new accessory is as easy as taking the positive and negative wires, crimping on some ring terminals, and simply attaching the positive to one of the 8 circuits on the barrier terminal block and the negative to your common ground busbar. That's it, you're done! No need to bust out a soldering iron or buy fancy connectors that require expensive specialty crimpers.

The Switch-Pros PowerTray also features the Blue Sea 4 circuit fuse block, which expands the system’s capacity by giving you the added ability to wire in accessories that would otherwise be inconvenient to power through your Switch-Pros. For example, under hood lights and cargo lights can now have an external switch located right where you want it, no more running back into the cab to turn them on.

This additional fuse block is also great for accessories like front/rear mount cameras, aftermarket HID headlights, aftermarket Horns, air compressors, etc. Accessories like this use the vehicle's own factory wiring to activate the accessory, but due to the thin gauge of wire used for OEM applications most aftermarket parts like these need a more robust power source to draw from.