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by PAC



  • The most comprehensive trigger module that can be used to design special application circuits, the possibilities are virtually endless!
  • Low voltage trigger:  Supplies a 12 volt remote output for an aftermarket amplifier when used with a stock head unit that does not have a remote output. Use the TR-7 to supply a 12 volt output from a 5 volt remote source, like from Ford radios.
  • Alpine video bypass:  This will automatically bypass Alpine’s flip out monitor video parking brake procedure.
  • Latching outputs:  Turn on anything with a momentary output or from a momentary switch.
  • Double pulse output:  Pulses outputs twice when trigger from a constant or pulsed signal.
  • Closed loop circuit:  Good for monitoring trailers on hitches by triggering an aftermarket alarm if the trailer is disconnected from the vehicles hitch.
  • Pulse extender:  Upon a constant or pulsed trigger, the TR-7 will turn on the outputs. As soon as the trigger is disconnected, turned off or at the end of a pulse, the timer will count up to the number of seconds recorded, at which time the outputs will turn off.
  • Horn honking output:  2 second delay between honks, program between 1 and 5 honks before the 2 second delay
  • Linear actuator controller:  Open/close amplifier racks from a momentary source like from a alarm’s negative output. Sequence is : Start, Stop, Reverse, Stop
  • Door lock pulse generator:  Good for automatically locking and unlocking door locks when ignition is turned on and off.
  • Channel splitter:  Split 1 channel from an alarm to 2 outputs. Both outputs are user programmable for pulse, latched or timed output.
  • Pulses to constant output:  Counts a number of user programmable pulses within a user programmed time to turn on the outputs.
  • 3 in 1 timer outputs:  Upon a constant trigger, all 3 outputs are user programmable to delay before turning on outputs or turning on instantly then delay before turning off outputs.
  • Pulses to latch/unlatch outputs:  Upon a number of pulses within a user programmable time, the outputs will latch. Upon a number of pulses within a user programmable time the second time, the outputs will unlatch.
  • Pulses to pulse output:  Upon number of pulses within a user programmable time, the outputs will pulse.
  • Pulses to timed output:  Upon a number of pulses within 5 seconds, the outputs will turn on and delay for the amount of programmed time, then the outputs will turn off.
  • Latching outputs #2:  Good for turning on 2 sets of driving lights with one momentary switch. 1st pulse will latch one wire. 2nd pulse will unlatch first wire and latch second wire. 3rd pulse will latch both wires. 4th pulse turns off both wires.
  • TR7 TR-7