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GM Guy
Posted 8/10/2018 14:47 (#6922358)
Subject: Is the AMP connector the industry standard?


NW KS/ SC ID
Hey all,

Getting ready for fall seeding and need to do some wiring.

I really have not had any sort of electronics on anything when I was farming with dad, so right now just starting with a GPS lightbar and a planter monitor, but I would like to do it up right, allowing for expansion.

I was looking at the Shoup Powerbar (looks the same as the Ag Express Powerbar) and it has AMP and regular 12V cigarette lighter style plugs. https://www.shoupparts.com/AE6601-Power-Bar

Is AMP the industry standard that I should be following?

The only other option that appears to be out there is JD's powerstrip setup, but is that a JD only setup that no universal monitor or GPS will come wired to?

Basically I am looking for the Pioneer Hyd. tip of electrical. :) I want to have it set up so that if for some odd reason I need to loan someone my monitor or borrow someone elses, it stands a good chance of being all ready wired and ready to go. Also, in case of a tractor breakdown (much more likely with my price point for used equipment... :) ) I want to be able to switch it over quickly to another tractor.

And no, a household powerstrip is not going to be used.


Any input appreciated,
Thanks!

Edited by GM Guy 8/10/2018 14:48
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