FuzeBlocks Motorcycle Fuse Blocks

FuzeBlocks Motorcycle Fuse Blocks

FuzeBlocks auxiliary power distribution / fuse Panels for motorcycles – the easy and safe way to add electrical accessories to your bike that makes the job a lot easier, a great solution whether you’re a wiring novice or wiring expert.

Features Easy to Install ~ Built-In Relay ~ Thick Circuit Board ~ Compact Size ~ No Crimping ~ Ground Bus ~ 6 Fused Circuits ~ Power Selection ~ Power Protection ~ Spare Fuse Holders ~ Mini (ATM) Fuses ~ Weather Resistant ~ Markable Label
95-5VA ABS Cover ~ Mounting Options

Fuzeblocks.com has designed a fuse block that is easy to install and fits into a small space. The on board relay offers the choice for any device to be switched on or off automatically with the vehicle ignition or to be powered constantly.

With the FZ-1 in place you can power all kinds of motorcycle accessories including, but not limited to, auxiliary lighting, GPS, radar detector, CB/FRS/GMRS radio, heated grips, XM radio, audio mixers, intercom system and any other device requiring 10A or less. Any of these accessories can have constant or switched power by simply placing the fuse in the correct position for the power desired.

Installation for the FZ-1 fuse block requires no crimping. All connections are made by heavy duty screw terminals that can accept up to a 12 gauge wire. All the FZ-1 needs is +12VDC, ground and a +12VDC switched source to make it fully functional. The unique board layout provides six individually fused circuits that can supply constant or switched power for each accessory depending on your needs. Check out all the features the FZ-1 has to offer and you’ll agree that it makes powering your accessories easy.

Is the FZ-1 Safe For CanBus (BMW) Systems?
Yes. The main issue with the CANbus system is its susceptibility to transient voltages. A standard relay has a coil and when the electrical field on that coil collapses the energy needs to go somewhere. The voltage travels back through the wiring and, if not blocked, to the bike. The FZ-1 provides two diodes to prevent this from happening. Both diodes provide protection ensuring that any transient voltages are sent to ground or blocked from traveling back into the bike wiring.

Length: 3.314″
Width: 2.467″
Height dimensions (with cover on):
1.286″ with the standoffs
1.130″ without the standoffs but includes the height of the component pins that come out the bottom of the board
1.101″ is the height with just the cover and board without the standoffs and without the component pins height
1.450″ is the height of the full unit if using the optional back mounting plate
Hole centers for mounting standoffs: 2.65″ x 1.78″

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  • Stuartb3502 says:

    I have had one of these on my Tiger Explorer for several years. It followed learning the lesson of gradually adding various gizmos to my previous VFR and ending up with multiple ring terminals on the battery, multiple earth connections. That all worked and was reliable (and I did wire grips through a switched relay), but it’s messy. This way you do the difficult bit of beefy wiring to battery and tapping a switched power somewhere once and then adding accessories is much much simpler and safer after.

    I really like the Fuzebox. It’s not hooked into any Canbus stuff, but it has allowed me to easily add GPS hardwire, aux lights, power to my top box, rear light bar etc. I really like the fact that it can be easily used for switched or permanent power. The Explorer has factory wiring for grips and seats so the FZ-1 still has plenty of spare capacity.

    I have just bought a smaller, simpler box for the VFR to improve things. That sadly only allows switched power, but that’s what you’d mostly want.

    One tip with the Fuzebox is to watch out for the cover fixing screws. They’re non metric/US sizes, so best to keep a close eye on them as replacing would be slightly more tricky (for those of us this side of the pond).

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