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Information on Modulites

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ModuLite

TRAILER LIGHT POWER MODULES
*Virtually eliminates additional electrical draw on the vehicle's taillight circuits
*Ensures maximum trailer light brightness
*Powers the trailer's stop, turn, tail and running lights without overloading vehicle electrical systems
*Compatible with 2 & 3 wire systems
*No converter is required
*Eliminates the need for heavy duty flashers

IDENTIFYING THE NEED FOR MODULITE
*Today's vehicles have light gauge wire
*Computerized vehicle sensors monitor electrical current draw
*Without ModuLite the sensors may give false readings
*Adding additional towing lights w/o ModuLite may overload the system
*System problems and failure may occur without ModuLite

HOW IT WORKS
*ModuLite connects directly to vehicle's battery & powers the towing lights
*ModuLite provides from 2.1 to 7.5 amps of power per circuit to the trailer lights, depending on the unit

COMPATIBLE VEHICLES FOR MODULITE
*Vehicles that have separate turn and stop light circuits (3 wire system)
*ModuLite can also be used on vehicles with standard 2 wire systems to reduce electrical load
*Hazard flasher override to illuminate the trailer brake lights during tow vehicle flasher operation is provided

WHEN YOU NEED MODULITE
*Trailer has more than one light assembly per side and is equipped with multiple clearance or running lights
*If the tow vehicle may tow a variety of different trailers
*Vehicle is equipped with lamp out sensors or other electronic devices that could be damaged by voltage fluctuations
*Owners manual cautions against adding additional loads to electrical circuits
For Example:
Jeep Grand Cherokee
"Do not connect trailer lighting systm directly to the lighting systme of your vehicle. Failure to comply could damage the vehicle electrical system and/or result in person injury."

INSTALLATION
Modulite power modules typically install in 30 to 45 minutes depending on the ease of routing the power supply wire from the battery to the rear of the vehicle.

HOW TO DETERMINE THE RIGHT MODULITE FOR YOU

The converter you choose depends on the type of trailer you'll be towing and the car or truck you'll be towing it with. The electrical systems on some vehicles are designed to handle the power needs of the vehicle only. Be sure to consult your owner's manual for their recommendations.

  • 2 wire systems have stop and turn on the same circuit
  • 3 wire systems have brake and turn lights on separate circuits
Bulb Type
Candle Power
Rated Amps
Watts

57 - 1895

2
0.27
3.780
2057
32
2.10
26.880
2
..048
6.720
MR16
-
-
35
921
21
1.40
17.920
922
15
0.98
12.544
1141
21
1.44
18.432
93
15
1.04
13.312
105
12
1.07
13.696
1156
32
2.10
26.880
1157
32
2.10
26.880
3
0.59
8.260
168
3
0.35
4.900
194
2
0.27
3.780

Add up the total amperage required by the towed trailer