Fuzeblocks.com has designed a fuse block that is easy to install and fits into a small space. The on board relay offers the choice for any device to be switched on or off automatically with the vehicle or to be powered constantly.

With the FZ-1 in place you can power all kinds of motorcycle accessories including, but not limited to, auxiliary lighting, GPS, radar detector, CB/FRS/GMRS radio, heated grips, XM radio, audio mixers, intercom system and any other device requiring 10A or less. Any of these accessories can have constant or switched power by simply placing the fuse in the correct position for the power desired.

Installation for the FZ-1 fuse block requires no crimping. All connections are made by heavy duty screw terminals that can accept up to a 12 gauge wire. All the FZ-1 needs is +12VDC, ground and a +12VDC switched source to make it fully functional. The unique board layout provides six individually fused circuits that can supply constant or switched power for each accessory depending on your needs. Check out all the features the FZ-1 has to offer and you'll agree that it makes powering your accessories easy.

Normally, to have switched and constant power for your accessories, two fuse blocks are required. One is wired directly to the battery for constant power and the second fuse block is wired through a relay for switched power. The FZ-1 eliminates the need to wire two fuse blocks by providing both types of power in one unit. It reduces the wiring by more than half and allows you to select what type of power you want for each output. The FZ-1 is easy to install, reduces the amount of wiring time required and is about the size of a pack of cigarettes. The unit is great for experts who want a simple installation and for novices who are electrically challenged.

Check out our FAQ section to learn more about the FZ-1 and find out why it is one of the best solutions for powering accessories on your vehicle.

The Fuzeblocks.com FZ-1 was featured in the Feb 2009 BMW MOA Owners News. See what John Brown had to say about the FZ-1.


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I've been riding for a number of years and I'm also a self-confessed gadget geek.

I got into long distance riding a few years ago and started wiring more and more gadgets onto the bike but struggled with different solutions. I've used a few of the more popular fuse blocks out there but I always thought there could be something better. I've also helped a number of people wire their own bikes and could see the confusion they had with wiring.

Even people who understood positive and negative had no idea how to wire a relay to get switched power. With all of this in mind I decided to make a fuse block that was easy to hook up and gave the user constant and switched power by including the relay in the board. Although the concept seemed easy, coming up with the final design was not. However, after a number of months in design, I believe I've come up with a great solution for wiring novices to wiring experts that makes the job a lot easier.

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Although our fuse blocks can be used in any low voltage application, the primary design focus is around the demands of the motorcyclist. No manufacturer today provides an all-in-one solution for the motorcyclist that is flexible, easy to install and full-featured. Our first product, the FZ-1, provides a couple unique features including a built-in relay and the ability to select constant or switched power on each of the 6 individually fused circuits.