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12 volt to 6 Volt Electric Window and Seat Reducer
12 volt to 6 Volt Window Top Seat Reducer


 
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12 volt to 6 Volt Electric Window and Seat Reducer

Reduces the voltage from 12 volts to 6 volts to power 15 amp motors commonly found in power seats and windows.

Specifications:

  • Intended for applications with intermittent use electric motors like windows and power seats.
  • Input voltage 12 volts negative ground.
  • Output 6 volts 15 amps for up to 1 minute duration.
  • Circuit breaker is built in and resets automatically.
  • Unit will get warm when it is used.
  • Needs a short cool-down period between uses on higher current motors.
  • Should be mounted in a well ventilated area attached to metal as surface unit gets warm during operation.
  • Make in USA 1 year warranty
  • 6" long X 3.35" wide X 3" high



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well made product USA product August 3, 2017
Reviewer: Jim T from MI United States  
converting a 55 t-bird and needed a reducer to operate the power seats,  found much better than i thought it would be, very well made and like USA built. I needed a wire diagram to figure out how to install, when i did worked great. save a ton of money as the only alternative was to replace the motors which would have been difficult.

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