On the smart controllers like the SS2000, I just cut the trace on the board and install a keyswitch between them which gets mounted on the side of the console.
Of course if you are using something other than a relay controlled device, you are better off just putting one of those 200A cutoffs...
That's an International 4700 based rig. I drive a 1997 4700 Command Post (finally being retired this June). It's class C and by far my favorite piece of hardware I've been able to run. Bummer its not 4x4, but I haven't got stuck yet.
For a 2500, you might get more interest in the $450-600 range.
It also helps to post the firmware and flashcode numbers.
These can both be accessed by turning the radio on, waiting for the screen to come up and then immediately pressing the home key 5 times. The radio will chirp and cycle...
Our agency is looking for a company to help us quote, design and upfit a new Sprinter mobile communications vehicle.
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Hey all, after all the great reviews I've been seeing recently, I am considering going with Feniex lights for my next upfit.
Have a few questions that don't think were covered by the literature I studied:
1) What gauge wire is used for the lightheads (surface mounts, wide lux, 4&600 and HAWs)...
Blackbox radios are junk/crap/s**t/-insert other here-
AVOID IF AT ALL POSSIBLE (Actually avoid them even if it isn't possible)
They are not Part 90 compliant, which means they have no place being used legally for public safety or commercial use.
In my installs, all radios and devices with parasitic drain are wired to an ignition sense rail. This has a timer that cuts off the load when the car isn't running for more than 5-30 minutes.
If you need to keep the radios on for longer (or the warning lights are activated) a switch on the dash...