~Review~ TEQStone 6-Switch LED Light Bar Panel with Volt Meter USB & Cig Lighter 4 Truck, Jeep, Boat





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Published on Aug 9, 2016

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This TEQStone switch panel is built with quality components.
The switches themselves are either Carling or Carling Clone switches which normally cost about $10 each.
The voltmeter reads within .1V of my Craftsman multimeter.

I tested the USB ports using a constant current load resistor and a USB multimeter. Both ports were capable of sustained output at 2.5amps without any voltage drop. Most USB devices like phones and tablets hardly ever draw more than an amp for a long period of time. Based on my tests, I would feel confident plugging 2 of my most power-hungry devices in at the same time.

The switches are already screen printed with icons and text. Most are light oriented which is why this switch panel would be particularly suited for a truck or jeep. You could easily remove the screen printed lables with some goof off, or cover them with electrical tape. Personally I will probably just leave them all as-is and remember that the "Zombie Lights" switch controls my flux capacitor.

This switch panel is made with quality components. I have purchased and used each one of these 4 components in other projects and know first hand that they are pricey. Getting all of them in one package for this price is a good deal.

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