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Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module
  • Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module
  • Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module
  • Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module
  • Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module
  • Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module

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Denali Power Hub 2 Wiring Harness

The PowerHub2 Power Distribution Module, manufactured by Denali, allows you to safely connect up to 6 electronic devices to your motorcycle in a clean, workmanlike manner. It is CANbus compatible and includes six 15-amp rated and fused outputs, six ground posts, and a plug-and-play wiring harness for direct battery hookup. Each of the six outputs can be individually set as "always on" or "switched" on/off with the ignition of the motorcycle. Instead of attaching multiple ring terminals to your battery, use a PowerHub2! Denali designed the CANbus-safe PowerHub2 to allow simple and easy installation of electrical components. Each unit has six individually fused outputs. These are not your ordinary outputs. Simply plug the fuse in to the left or the right on the circuit board to make the accessory live all of the time or switched on/off with the bike's ignition. The entire unit is rated for 30 Amps (360 watts). Each of the six circuits can handle up to 15A (180W) each - without exceeding a total sum of 30 Amps simultaneously. 


  • Water-resistant, compact & durable
  • Replaceable 30 amp Tyco/Bosch micro relay
  • Choice between switched and constant power
  • 6 circuits can handle up to 15A (180W) each
  • CANbus-compatible
  • Dimensions: 3" long x 4" wide x 1" high
  • Made in the USA


  • PowerHub2 fuse block
  • 60" long 10 gauge wiring harness for connecting PowerHub2 to battery (includes switched "trigger" wire with Posi-tap connector)
  • Self-adhesive hook and loop pad for providing a quick-release attachment method for connecting the PowerHub2 to a flat surface
  • 2 ring terminals, zip ties

Note: Fuses are not included, don't forget to order mini ATM fuses!


Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • Mini ATM fuses are not included but must be used as other ATM fuses may be too tall
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Denali PowerHub2 Power Distribution Wiring Harness Module 4.1 5 17 17
Installed on G650GS Easily installed on my 2013 G650GS Placed under seat where tool kit was; wired to battery and read tail light for intermittent power. Running LED lights and USB Charger. Should work great September 1, 2015
Great product - cleaned up my wiring nicely!! I needed to clean up the wiring on my 2013 Honda CB500X. I am running aux. lights, heated grips, heated jacket, and battery monitor. The battery post bolts were not long enough to hold everything. Also, all items were live at all times. The Denali Powerhub allowed me to move these items off the battery and by simply installing the fuse in the correct spot, determine whether the accessory would be live or switched. My bike wiring is now neat and organized and most of my accessories run on switched power. August 4, 2015
Solid idea, decent execution I love the idea. I have installed this into my 2014 Triumph Tiger and expect it to save a lot of dicing and splicing. Install was simple and straight forward. I picked up a box of mini fuses from Harbor Freight and had no issue with the cover going on as others have expressed. The blades are freakishly tight the first time or two and I was a little worried about cracking the PCB but it has held solid. However, having said that the PCB was hot glued to the case which broke free so now its just sitting in there which I do feel for the price as many others have said it could have been more solidly built. The straps that hold the cover on are elastic with knots in them. I haven't had an issue with them breaking but they are easily replaceable if they do. (Others have complained of this.) The main wires are nice multi-stranded flexible wire so routing was easy and I have no doubts that the wire can handle any load you throw at it. Im not sure if they have modified the port for the wires as a number of people have complained about running wires though the whole and I had no issues. I can see if you fill the box maybe some issues with lots of large wires but so far all I have is my Zumo GPS and charger. I will be adding lights eventually as well. All in all, great product that does what its designed to do. I would recommend this. I am actually considering one for my Miata.. July 27, 2015
More issues with space on the F800 GS... There is no room under the faux tank of the F800 GS. There is space right at the back, underneath the seat toward the tail light, but some of my farkle wires couldn't reach that far. So, I ended up placing the unit under the seat, where the suspension tool is located. This will work for now, but I don't want to leave it here long term, as it may begin to move around when on bumpy offroad surfaces. The unit was easy to install and then running all of my farkles to it, was easy. There's not a lot of room to get the wires in, and I only have 3 of the slots hooked up. I couldn't tie my new Denali D4 lights in to the PowerHub2, because the wires for the lighting unit are just too large. So, the lights are going straight to the battery. Very happy with this unit and it has cleaned up my battery area. One minor nit, is that trying to get the fuses in place was a little tricky as the slots were just so tight. I thought I was going to bend and break one of the connectors, but thankfully did not. April 13, 2015
Falls a little short The PowerHub2 does the job but I had one annoying design flaw I believe is also commented on in another review. There are enough position for 6 fuses and 6 ground wires. Try and pass 12 wires through the one opening and turn the corner to the terminals where they have wires for the relay is a major problem and bows the cover out real bad. I fumbled with a configuration multiple times to get something reasonable but it's way to cramped, and I only wires 8. They need to cure this problem for a perfect product. It's even evident of the problem in the second product picture. The yellow, red, and black wires cross right in front of where you need to turn the corner with 12 wires to mate the terminals....good luck. March 17, 2015
Happy with purchase Bought this with a Denali Soundbomb horn. Already hooked up horn, a headlight relay, and battery charger pigtail. Will likely add aux lights and power socket in the near future. Fit and finish is good. Too soon to know about durability yet. Toughest part was trying to find a suitable spot on the bike to install it. No fault of Denali about that. Would have no issue recommending to friends. As a matter of fact, I already have. March 10, 2015
Best overall product on the market, but with issues A good overall product, flexible and compact. Will still recommend it. I had a couple issues with the design & implementation. - the fuse holder design is so tight, I pulled the whole circuit board off when first removing one during the install. Now have to put one finger on a fuse, to remove another. - The relay power source (+12V switched connection) requires a significant amperage to trigger the relay, so not all sources (such as diagnostic port connections) will drive the relay. Took me a while, and running a separate source wire, to make this connection. - won't support a high amperage fused connection - the Denali Soundbomb air horn (requires 20A, with a 30A fuse). Max supported amperage per circuit of the Powerhub is 15A, with a 30A total through the relay. Would think that this manufacturer of both products would have considered this and increased the per-circuit support to 20A. OK, sure, a horn is momentary, but the specs are there for a reason. November 11, 2014
Good compact design Second one of these I've purchased. Good compact design and like that can replace relay w/out soldering. Still have issue with "bungee" material to keep cover on. Completely deteriorates after a few hours of heat and have to improvise cover retainer. Still recommend product. August 19, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jesse R: Pretty much water proof, relay is replaceable. Need one if you're using accessories period! Jul 17, 2015
Gary D: I wanted to clean up the wiring going to my battery. I run extra lights, heated grips, heated jacket liner, battery tender... Jul 14, 2015
DOUG A: Looked everywhere for the item for my new BMW R1200GS .
Revzilla had the best price and easiest purchasing system.
Thank You
Apr 20, 2015
Keith W: Neat, professional looking consolidated management of switched and live feeds and centralised earth (ground) distribution. Expensive but will look good, is weatherproof and reduces other componentry required to safely fit accessories Feb 6, 2015
Denis H: Seemed like the best option out there for hooking up multiple devices to the bike and have the ability to have them switched or not. Jan 6, 2015
ron g: Very informative videos on this and other products. Dec 3, 2014
John W: Easy installation of accessories Dec 1, 2014
Fredy D: Life saver and sooo easy to install accessories. Aug 18, 2014
Jeff S: I like the fact that it came with a relay as part of the setup,and it's replaceable as well. Also the fuses can either be ignition controlled or always on depending on placement in the fuse holder. May 23, 2014
George W: Need to organize accessory wiring on my Varadero; tidy up, and prevent dead battery due to unswitched heated grips! Feb 26, 2014
Michael O: Want to be able to add additional lights and to supported heated gear Nov 16, 2013
Greg F asked: Can you charge the bike's battery through this unit? Nov 20, 2013
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Douglas P: Yes, just make sure that you put your fuse in the constant on position. Apr 21, 2014
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DARNELL H asked: Just wondering if i could attach an on/off switch to this product to add led lights so that they won't come on unless i switch them on not when the ignition is on? Jul 7, 2015
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angelo f: You would want to place switch in a convenient location on one of the power lines coming out of the unit going to the lights. That line could be a switched one so it powers up only when the key is on, but you could place it on a non switched line( which I use to plug in battery Tender) and it would power lights with key off. Don't forget to turn off it could drain battery. I have used this on 2 bikes to power GPS, Radar and tankbag that I can charge anything else. (phone, camera, Contour video, MP3) Works great Jul 8, 2015
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Renji M: Hi Darnell,
The fuses inside the box can be set to always on (with ignition) or only when switched on. So you could possibly have one set of lights come on with ignition and have another come on with switch only, or any combination you desire. Hope this helps. I have this box on my vstrom with two pairs of Denali DM lights and rbe Denali Soundbomb and an Admore light bar attached. Great product.
Jul 7, 2015
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David U: That feature is already built into the product.....you just plug your accessory into the switched or constant power side.....it's that easy. Also has a built in relay. Great product...easy to install and just the right size to install pretty much anywhere. Jul 8, 2015
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Gary D: Sure can. I did that for several devices powered by the Hub, including led lights. Just be sure to put the switch to the down stream side of the fuse from the switched circuit if you want to be sure the device isn't left on after turning off the ignition. Jul 8, 2015
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Bart A: This is just a power distribution box that is connected directly to your battery. It allows you to run hot leads into it to either power on without the key on, or powered on only when the key is on. It is not a switch. Jul 7, 2015
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Douglas M: Yes you can hook it up as constant power. Jul 8, 2015
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Tim C asked: Is this unit water resistant enough to be used in the Seattle area? Apr 20, 2014
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Greg F: Sorry..haven't used mine in that wet an environment yet but I see no reason why it wouldn't work. I mounted mine under the seat so it should stay mostly dry regardless. Apr 20, 2014
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George W: Sorry, dont know.
Apr 21, 2014
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Walter S: Sorry to say the Denali PowerHub2 is not very water resistant at all and I have recently had issues with the one I mounted under the seat of my new 2014 BMW GSA. Water and moisture can easily find it's way into the housing and puddle under the un-coated circuit board. This caused shorts in my aux led lighting. After discovering the issue, I removed the circuit board in the powerhub2 and painted a thick coating of liquid tape to the exposed soldering on the bottom of the board. I feel the build quality of this product is not worth the money and if I had it to do over, I would pay the extra and buy a PDM60. Apr 20, 2014
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Douglas P: I mounted mine under the seat. That gives it protection and easy access. I think if you mounted it there you would be fine. The cover does have a little ridge on it but it's held in place by rubber bands so I'm not sure how it would stand up in an area that's constantly exposed to the elements. Apr 21, 2014
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Thomas J: If you are placing it under the seat, then yes. The opening where the wires enter the unit is not sealed, but it usually stays dry enough under there anyway. Apr 22, 2014
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Raymond F asked: Can REVZILLA or anyone answer........Does the in line fuse that comes with some gadgets eg. GPS still need to be installed/used? Nov 28, 2014
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Gustavo Ernesto D: Well you will need to install a fuse that will complete the cicuit in the line you want to conect the accesorie. Hope it helps, you can download the manual and have a look to he intallation process :) cheers Nov 28, 2014
Tim C: I would just as an added safety. It isn't necessary but I left mine for my Zumo on the hard wire. Nov 29, 2014
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Jason C: No. The Denali power hub 2 has its own fuses. No other fuses are needed Nov 28, 2014
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Richard A: Why would you want to use 2 fuses on 1 circuit? Nov 28, 2014
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Raymond F: That what I was thinking. But,, being a complete novice with bike electrics(mistakes being costly) thought I would check.
Thanks for the qwik response. Nov 28, 2014
A shopper asked: Darnell H My question is if i were to hook this up to my bike with led lights that i want to run by a on/off switch could this product help me? Jul 7, 2015
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Steven D: It would work as a convenient power source for the lights or other accessories that need power. You would still need a switch in the light circuit to turn them on and off, but they would also shut off with the bike if you used a switched power source for the Powerhub. Jul 7, 2015
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Fredy D: Yes it will work it's your LED lights. You will need a switch to turn them on and off. I did the Same for my LED driving lights. Also powered my Denali air horn, GPS, and accessory outlet Jul 7, 2015
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Tim C: Yes especially if you want that switch to be fused a day have the option of being on or off with the ignition switch Jul 9, 2015
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