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Junction Box Makes Tractor Wiring Easy
"Farmers are using more and more accessories with their equipment, such as sprayer monitors, seed monitors, yield monitors, CB radios, FM radios, telephones, and guidance system monitors. Wiring all of them to the same battery can cause problems," says Ralph Baillie, Tri-R Innovations, Gibson City, Ill., who's come up with a new electrical "junction box" that mounts on the side of the tractor for easy, no hassle electrical hookups.
Baillie explains that the number of electrical accessories being used on tractors and combines can cause electrical feedback that can erase software programs, etc. "Our junction box allows monitors, radios, and phones to be wired separate from your vehicle's battery. It hooks up to any 12-volt battery and is equipped with four lead hook-ups for electric wires and four fuses. LED lights let you know when the power fails due to a blown fuse or a dead battery. A switch lets you shut off power to all accessories whenever they're not being used. If you have more than four accessories, simply install a second junction box."
Sells for less than $100.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Tri-R Innovations, 628 S. Sangamon, Gibson City, Ill. 60936 (ph 217 784-8495).

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