- Easily add and control 12-volt electronics on your kayak
- Waterproof, illuminated control panel
- Master power button
- Waterproof 5-Outlet Relay Switching Module (bow, mid-ship, stern, ACC 1, ACC 2)
- No cutting or splicing required
Lights, power, charging! Our Power Panel Switching System is 12-volt plug-and-play connectivity for you kayak. Why cut and splice when you can just plug-and-play? Our system is designed to make it quick and easy to add and control 12-volt electronics on your kayak. With five switched outlets, you can connect your fish finder, bait well pump, LED lighting, phone charger and any other 12-volt accessory you need while you’re on the water.
All accessories are connected and controlled independently using individual buttons on the control panel. Each button turns red when activated, making it easy to see which buttons are in use. The master power switch allows you to completely power up or down the entire system with the press of a button to minimize your power consumption, too.
The Power Panel Switching System uses our plug-and-play connectors so configuring and adding accessories is super simply. Powering the system is easy, too. It plugs directly into our Power Pack Battery Box or Battery Terminal Pigtails, no cutting or splicing required.
Note: Make sure the plug-and-play connectors are completely pushed together when connecting the system together. Yak-Power uses our own custom tooled, high tolerance, very snug fitting connectors with larger gauge, real copper wire to ensure a quality, weatherproof and reliable connection.
All our plug-and-play accessories are specifically designed to work together while maintaining the correct battery polarity throughout the entire Yak-Power system. Using other aftermarket connectors or splicing other connectors into the YP system may cause damage to the system or the accessories connected to the system and may void your warranty.
Caution: Make sure to pay attention to the actual wire colors of all our accessory cables to ensure that the red (+) wire is always connecting to the red (+) wire on the connector into which it is being plugged.