Rowe Electronics PDM60 Power Distribution Module
no more fuses, no more hassle
This is the hassle-free answer to finicky CAN-bus bikes where you need extra power circuits, but don't want to annoy the computer. Everything works, nothing blows up. Works like your refrigerator works;; it's there, it does what its supposed to.
September 15, 2014
I have a 2005 Kawasaki Concours and had several electronics added of the years and decided to add Satilite Radio, iPod and a new GPS. I was looking for something to help organize and control all of these devices. The PDM60 accomplished this and made everything neat and tidy. If you need finite control and are looking for a single source for connecting your electronics this device is the way to go.
August 18, 2014
Weatherproof and sealed
The major things that attracted me to this device were that it was weatherproof and that I could hook up additional electronics without having to tap into other wires for power. The PDM60 allows me to now have a circuit with where no additional relays are needed and fuses, when blown, that just need a restart of the bike to fix. The LED lamps are helpful too when troubleshooting a faulty circuit. It was a little pricey but worth it in my opinion.
July 28, 2014
Works as well as it claims
Easy connection to the bike.
fairly compact design.
software for setup of device is easy to use.
A lot of range of options for connected devices, from amount of amps to how it comes on and how it's turned off (bike on and off)
extra long cables for good wire management.
If you have a battery tender, it still needs to be plugged directly into the battery, can't plug it into plug connected to this device.
Other than that 1 con, I love this device. Makes it much easier to manage all my extra add-ons on my bike without the need for making sure I have backup fuses in case something happens and one blows.
I haven't made use of adding an extra on/off toggle switch to the device yet for controlling some add-ons that don't need to be powered all the time when the bike is on. but it's on the to-do list. :)
July 23, 2014
Solved my problem!
Installed the Rowe Electronics PDM60 Power Distribution Module on my 2012 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 evo SP. I had enough accessories installed that my ducati was slow to cycle through the control panel lights and the engine light would sometimes stay on. The PDM60 Power Distribution solved those problems! Now I'm using 29 amps for accessories and have 31 amps available for other fun stuff. I highly recommend this produce!
July 23, 2014
EXCELLENT PRODUCT* * Highly recommend for anyone running auxiliary equipment
Purchased the Rowe PDM60 to replace an older, somewhat problematic CamBus on a 2010 BMW R1200 GSA, and I couldn't be happier.
The PDM60 was easy to install, and allows me to run all of my auxiliary devices without any problems.
I cant say anything about the customer service because I haven't had to contact them.
I would buy this again, and have / will continue to recommend it to anyone who run anything from additional lights to GPS, heated seats or a heated riding gear.
Definitely worth the money !!!
July 7, 2014
Best PDM out there
I've had a couple Power Distribution Modules on several bikes and this is by far the best of them. Completely sealed, programable to several degrees/uses, 6 sepreate and distinct circuits, no fuses to mess with, compact, etc... It is however, the most expensive model.
If I had 2 very small improvements for future models I'd ask for a flat bottom so you could secure it with industrial double stick tape. Currentll your only mounting option is to screw it down. Additionally, it doesnt come with any mounting hardware. Maybe if there was a flat bottom base piece that would fix things.
June 27, 2014
Have not installed it as of yet. But not having to worry about riding in the rain is what sold me on it. That and you can program it with your computer to change amperage. Plus, NO fuses to blow!
April 28, 2014