Strobes N' More Selectable Switch -
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Strobes N' More Selectable Switch

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Strobes N' More Selectable Switch
Strobes N' More Selectable Switch

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The Strobes N' More Pro-Series and Whelen CSP switch is designed to work with the below 60 Watt power supplies. This switch allows the user to activate strobes 1 & 2 on the first switch and strobes 3 thru 6 on the second switch. The user can also choose the flash pattern of their choice with a simple push of the flash pattern button. They feature a simple plug and play harness for ease in wiring, along with a 15 foot cable to reach your power supply almost anywhere. No where but Strobes N' More will you find such a switch. This switch will save you both time and money.

Compatible with:

  • Strobes N' More Pro-Series Power Supplies
  • Nova 606
  • Nova 604
  • Whelen CSP660 Power Supply
  • Whelen CSP690 Power Supply

5 Stars
VERY EASY! I'm not sure why some people are having a problem and needing directions. There is one plug, and a postive wire and a negitave wire. I use this swich for my hide-a-way stobe box.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 1/18/2012
3 Stars
I agree with Dave's comment about the wiring diagram. \r
There was nothing to explain how to wire it up. Ive seen at least 3 strobe power supplies get smoked from guessing on how to wire it.. Overall good switch but bad instructions.\r
follow up - The instructions come with the power supply and you simply plug the switch into the designated power supply and run power and ground to the back of the switch panel to the 2 red and black pig tails exiting the switch.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 1/6/2012 7:03:24 AM
3 Stars
I purchased this a few years back, but there were no wiring instructions as to exactly how to wire it to your strobes. I'm sure its rather straightforward, and i understand the concept. Its just that a simple diagram illustrating a proper hookup would have been nice since it did cost a bit more than a standard spst switch.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 7/29/2011 6:36:31 PM
5 Stars
Well worth the money. Sometimes I just need the rear lights going or I just need the fronts and this allows me to do that.
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Reviewed by:  from Gloucester Ma. on 10/8/2017
4 Stars
I'm giving 4 stars because of the quality build of the bracket and switches. I'd give 5 stars if I knew how to hook it up. I'm trying to run 2 lights on the front of my vehicle and then 2 on the front of my trailer and 2 on the back. All the lights have strobe electronics pre installed in them so I believe I don't need a box. I bought the switch to turn back and front on separate and then to switch the flash from one style to the other as conditions dictate. Any help in how to hook this up would be appreciated.
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Reviewed by:  from Gouverneur, NY. on 2/8/2019

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