Switch Box ID Help.

cddavis

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Oct 2, 2010
233
Berwick, PA
Many years ago I had a switch box that I really liked but I can't remember the name of it. I thought it was a Fed Sig but I may be way off. It consisted of approx 6 switches which lit up green the unit was powered on and turned red when the switch was pushed (all push button). I believe the switches could be programmed to be momentary also. They had a rubbery feel to it. The unit was only about 1 to 2 inches deep. Anyone remember what it was called? Thanks!
 
May 25, 2010
7,072
Tunkhannock, PA, USA
Here's a pic of my XL200 in the upper console of my '95 Tahoe


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Here's my XL400 in my Tahoe when I got my Gamber Johnson Console


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And here's my XL400 in my '03 Avalanche in my Jotto Desk Console


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May 25, 2010
7,072
Tunkhannock, PA, USA
cddavis said:
Me too, nice and thin. Now to find one at a good price lol.

There is the quest... Every once in a while you can spot one on eBay... But I haven't seen one in a while... I actually still have my XL200 but the board crapped out on it... I'm still debating sending it in to get looked at and see if it can be fixed... LOL
 

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