Waterproof universal USB Power Port with Fuse & Bracket for Motorcycle
USB Power Port with Fuse & Bracket for Motorcycle
TTLET Waterproof universal USB Power Port with Fuse & Bracket for Motorcycle
•Fuse unit keep your device safety from over current
•Long and good quality cable make you easy routing and mounting your device .
Why install a TTLET USB Power Supply?
If you landed on this page, you likely already know the answer to that.
We've been watching the industry rapidly move this direction to a universal power supply outlet. Your Motorsports Video Camera, your iPod, iPad, Smart Phone, even your normal digital camera can all powered or recharged from a USB port.
You already have BMW-style or Cig Lighter style outlet on the bike (and SAE outlet), but why fiddle with adapters when the device you just purchased came with a USB cord?
Mount you GPS, iPod or Camera on your motorcycle, dirtbike, snowmobile, ATV, UTV and you have instant power. No more batteries and Power bank to rely on. Or telling the missus you couldn't call because your phone died.
1. Find the right location to install:
2. Using the alcohol swab provided, clean the surface where the Universal Mounting Bracket is to be mounted.
3. Strip the release liner from the adhesive strip on the back of the Universal Mounting Bracket and carefully position it. Press firmly on all surfaces to ensure a good bond.
4. If the Universal Mounting Bracket is being installed on a handle bar, highway bar or other round surface, install two cable ties. Align the edge of the cable tie with the small ribs at the outer edge of the Universal Mounting Bracket backing segments and then continue around the bar
Note: These cable ties may be removed after the adhesive cures (about 72 hours).
Hint: For a more robust installation leave the long cable ties in place
Adjust the angle of the Universal Mounting Bracket saddle for ease of access.
5. Plan your cable routing.
Hint: follow the factory cable harness whenever possible.
•Keep cables at least 3" (75mm) away from any hot engine components and at least 6" (150mm) away from any hot exhaust components.
•Do not allow the cable to touch any sharp edges that might chafe the cable jacket.
•Protect the cable with protective loom at any point where it passes through the frame or bodywork of the vehicle. Durable corrugated loom is readily available from auto parts stores.
•Be sure the cable does not interfere with vehicle steering or controls.
6. Begin routing the cable.
Hint: if the cable has to pass through frame or bodywork openings, open the fuse unit and remove the fuse. Hold the fuse cover parallet to the body to thread it through the openings.
7. Refer to the vehicle service manual if any other vehicle component must be removed for proper cable routing.
8. Pick a suitable location near the battery to secure the fuse holder. Remember, the short length of wire between the fuse unit and the battery ring terminals are the only part of the cable that is not protected.