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Thread: PAC TR-7 Trigger Module

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    Variable Bitrate
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    Mar 2004
    Vancouver, BC, Canada

    PAC TR-7 Trigger Module

    I couldn't find anyone on mp3car talking about this before so I thought it would be useful to mention.

    It is a 16 mode multi-purpose trigger/pulsing module that can do tons of cool stuff. You can find it online for $18.

    Here is the link:

    The brief overview of what it does is any one of the following:
    Low voltage trigger. Gives you +12v output from headunits that do not have a remote output.
    Alpine Video Bypass (all flip out monitors)
    Latching outputs
    Double Pulse Output
    Pulse Extender
    Horn Honking Output
    Linear Actuator Controller
    Doorlock Pulse Generator
    Channel Splitter
    Pulses to Constant output
    3 in 1 timer outputs
    Pulses to latch/unlatch outputs
    Pulses to pulse output
    Pulses to timed output
    Latching outputs #2.
    Turn on pop delay
    Delayed amp turn off

    Here is the link to the detailed instruction manual:

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    Variable Bitrate Hark's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    Atlanta, GA USA
    Sorry to resurrect - how did you decide to use this? I'm trying to determine how well it works as a low-voltage trigger.

  3. #3
    Variable Bitrate
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    Mar 2004
    Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Never had a problem with it and it is cheap. Thats how I decided.

  4. #4
    Fusion Brain Creator
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    Mar 2005
    new link?

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    Constant Bitrate RawsonDR's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    Dayton, OH

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    Variable Bitrate kelmk's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    These things are great. I use them all the time.

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