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Originally Posted by Stuart
Hi Dave,
[quote=koan58]I agree with Stuart that a relay for the ignition switch is a good idea.
Not my idea, I've never fitted one; Gavin advised the idea?


Not me, my Boyer is not relay fed, I reckoned the ignition switch should manage 3 amps.



Originally Posted by koan58
I don’t know why folk use a separate relay for main and dip, a single switching relay such as
https://www.vehiclewiringproducts.co.uk/c-219-relays-flasher-units/p-646-12v-micro-relays will do the job.

i did this because i wanted a spot light option, also, the flash button will power the main beam relay if dip is in operation, which wont work with one relay for dip and main beam.


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Hi Gavin,
Originally Posted by gavin eisler
Originally Posted by koan58
I agree with Stuart that a relay for the ignition switch is a good idea.
Originally Posted by Stuart
Not my idea, I've never fitted one; Gavin advised the idea?
Not me
blush Ooops, sorry 'bout that ... it was/is somewhere in the thread before Dave's first post ... help

(or "It wasn'y me, a big boy did it an' ran away"? grin ).

Originally Posted by gavin eisler
my Boyer is not relay fed, I reckoned the ignition switch should manage 3 amps.
thumbsup My thinking too.

Regards,

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