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    PW70a and ITPS in the house?

    I want to test the PSU and ITPS in my house cause my car is not wired up yet...anyone know how. Sorry...if this was asked before....

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    I put a thread up call "pw70 test run" you can try searching for that. But as for the ITPS, I don't think you can test that outside of a car.
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    yeah you can just clamp the oposit end of the trigger wire from the itps to the power and then un hook the thing and it will shut down

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    I've ran the ITPS and PW70 from a car charger when working on it in house. At first I was kind of leary but I haven't had any problems with it. The ITPS will shutoff if it doesn't like the voltage it's getting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamis
    I've ran the ITPS and PW70 from a car charger when working on it in house. At first I was kind of leary but I haven't had any problems with it. The ITPS will shutoff if it doesn't like the voltage it's getting.
    LOL dude that's perfect. Hey a quick question... did u just snip the DC plug end off of your pw70a>?
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    Go to radio shack and you can find a jack that will plug into that DC plug. Then you can strip the wires on that jack and use that. I kept the DC jack becaue it's an easy way to disconnect things when pulling the system out of the car.

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