Simply plug the Micro Fuse Adaptor into a socket in your fusebox and you’ll have an instant 12VDC power source. A great way to power to your IGN BCDC, Power Easy box or Uteback. Often used for other accesories as well including headrest monitors, extra internal car lighting, gauges, and more.
The Micro Fuse Adaptor Outputs to a blue crimp connector. The MICRO FUSE adaptor is common in a range of modern 4WD’s including the Nissan Navara NP300 D23.
Comes with Adaptor AND second fuse (10amp) ready to go.
Not recomended for high current applications, only use as a trigger signal for a relay or simillar device
More information about fuses:
The main job of the fuse is to protect the wiring. Fuses should be sized and located to protect the wire they are connected to. If a device like your car radio suddenly draws enough current to blow the fuse, the radio is probably already toast. The fuse is there to protect the wire, which would be much harder to replace than the radio.
Most cars have two fuse panels. The one in the engine compartment holds the fuses for devices like the cooling fans, the anti-lock brake pump and the engine control unit — all of which are located in the engine compartment. Another fuse panel, usually located in the dashboard near the driver’s knees, holds fuses for the devices and switches located in the passenger compartment.