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The PDM60 provides 6 individual circuits, with a total load handling capability of 60 Amps. The unit is designed to connect directly to a primary (12V) power source (vehicle battery), and efficiently power, protect and monitor the supply of power to your electrical/electronic devices.

You are also able to create your own custom configuration, and load it into the PDM60 using a PC/laptop via the programming dashboard and custom programming cable. You’re able to configure individual circuit amperage limits, individual circuit triggering methods, circuit delay activation and delay off settings.  

The PDM60 has been built with components selected for superior power management capability, and extended service life. It’s designed with one goal in mind: to provide years and years of superior, hassle free performance. The PDM60 unit is fully encapsulated to protect against rain, dust, humidity, etc. Whether it’s Moto cross, or cross-country via interstate, these units are built to last under the harshest of conditions.


  • Makes adding or removing aftermarket electrical devices or electronics to your vehicle a breeze
  • Offers six power circuits to handle your favorite gadgets and accessories
  • Simple to install, simple to use
  • Connects directly to your vehicle's battery
  • Super bright LED indicators on the PDM60 keep you informed of the status of each circuit
  • Eliminates the need to check and replace fuses or install relays to power high amperage applications
  • Plain and simple, with the PDM60 module your bike will be better equipped

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

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

  • The PDM60 ships with a stock power configuration from the factory and can be used out of the box without any additional programming
  • A Windows compatible PC with .NET Framework 4 installed is required to configure and customize your load settings, if desired
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Power Management Made Easy Recently purchased a 1999 Honda Valkyrie Interstate. The previous owner wasn't exactly an electrician and had the wiring for add-ons pretty well frankenstein'd together, I pulled all the poor wiring out and installed all new with the PDM60 as the heart of the power system. What a piece of cake to implement and program. Each circuit has just the right current limit set and there was plenty of capacity for all the current load plus what I'm adding. Great product, just wish Rowe Electronics would include a longer USB programming cable. Love it! September 7, 2015
Excellent Product Product was easy to setup on computer, works as advertised. September 7, 2015
Best power accessory ever If you own a motorcycle and need to add even one powered accessory, you need to get the PDM60. You can read about the specifications and how it works elsewhere so I'll talk about the other stuff- the ease of use and performance. Installation is a snap and my favorite part is- you can customize when the system comes on, delays up to 240 seconds and even shut off delay. I use this with my lights which can tend to draw a bit of power so my lights come on 15 seconds after starting the bike. That means all battery power is dedicated to cranking the engine. One thing to remember for non-electricians like me, if you want to add an on-off switch, use the ground wire for a power-interrupt switch. If you have fog lights that you don't want to keep on always, you will be glad you added the switch. The PDM60 is an install-and-forget gadget. It works in the background and the other best part; you never need fuses or relays ever again. The company that makes it always answers calls and they will walk you through installation and setup if you need it. Keep the updating/computer-connection wire handy especially the first few days as you'll probably want to adjust the settings to your liking. It's a great unit, would highly recommend!! August 10, 2015
outstanding PDM This PDM is just outstanding. Additional auxiliary lights were draining my battery but after installing this PDM, my battery no longer gets drained out. Trust me when I tell you that this item works just as well as other more expensive PDMs. I definitely recommend this item. June 1, 2015
Flaw less I have been using it for 2 years without a single issue. It was simple to install and clean. May 27, 2015
Elegant solution to messy wiring Excellent product, purchased to ease the wiring mess of adding heated grips, heated vest, gps, and radar detector to my 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 1000. Cleans up the under seat wiring nicely and even though I didn't use it, I like the fact that is programmable if I want to change the amperage rating of a circuit or customize the on or off time settings. More expensive than similar products, but worth the investment. May 19, 2015
A quality and reliable product Easily programmable, and the quality is excellent. I have been using it for a few months now and the programmed functions are working as expected. April 27, 2015
Well worth the money! This little box is great because it organizes all of your wires and is water proof. Install was easy and no fuses needed. The power up delay is great because all of my battery is going to starting not my electronics. Highly recommend this for "Power Geeks" like myself..... April 20, 2015
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Hussain J: easy way to distribute your gadgets no headache Oct 27, 2015
Peter R: The PDM60 appears to be the best value for money device for adding electrical items to a CanBus vehicle. Oct 26, 2015
Alan S: Running 2 GPS's, heated grips, driving lights and possibly a heated vest I wanted a clean electrical installation. The PDM60 has a good reputation and was reasonably priced. Oct 1, 2015
Steve K: Makes it easy to add accessories without digging all the way down to the battery every time. No need to carry a bunch of spare fuses for everything connected. Sep 19, 2015
TrongHai L: good power distributor Jul 14, 2015
Don S: Trying to organize electronic accessories without everything being directly connected to the battery plus have easier installion May 26, 2015
Kevin P: Looking to add additional electronics on to the bike and love the concept of this module May 14, 2015
wiremonkey: Convenience, waterproof, neat. May 7, 2015
Nigel P: I need to fit accessories to my new BMW S1000r (GPS, Radar Detector, USB charger and power my Camera). Apr 4, 2015
Steve K: Best of Show for additional electronics, cell and iPad charger, heated gear, etc. apparently... Mar 4, 2015
Vernon B: Wanted the versatility it provided And to future proof any more accessory decisions, it works perfectly, if you have the cash and are thinking of this item you won't be disappointed. Dec 30, 2014
Stan H: Read some reviews and this module seemed like a good idea to protect all of my electronic farkles. Dec 17, 2014
John G: Super easy installation. No fuses, compact, programmable, set delays etc. Love it. Dec 16, 2014
Michael A: adding running lights and heated grips Dec 14, 2014
Thomas C: After adding a few "Farkels" to my GSA and crowding the battery box with aux power sources, I decided to clean up the mess. The PDM60 is water proof and programmable.. Dec 7, 2014
T H: Refered Nov 29, 2014
Donn H: I buy one of these for every new bike I own. This is my third time putting one on a new bike. As an electrical engineer, I love the programability and rugged design. The PDM60 has never let me down. In 2013 my wife and I rode half way around the world on bikes equipped with the PDM60. Oct 6, 2014
Jason W: An impulse buy. But I've read the reviews, and I need this! Sep 3, 2014
robert n: One of the best, if not THE best power module out there! The best part about this is that it's absolutely dead easy to use. HIGLY recommended! Jul 15, 2014
ED R: Need to power a GPS and some other accessories. Jun 27, 2014
Peter D: Absolute simplicity. This is such a no-brainer, I'm tempted to replace my stock fuse block with this as well! Jun 1, 2014
Keith T: Recommended highly on K1600 forum. Great features. May 23, 2014
Lindsay M: Chose this after online recommendations and if there is a wiring fault you don't have to keep changing fuses until the fault is found. Apr 12, 2014
Robert C: I want to add additional lighting and other power related items on my 2012 Concours. I hope this will be a better way of wiring items into the system. Mar 9, 2014
Rick H: Setting up my new Triumph Trophy with extra power toys and want to run all 'outside' the power system of the bike... great way to have a second electrical bus on the bike isolating the bike electric functions form extras. Mar 8, 2014
John L: Excellent reviews, programmable, no fuses, waterproof, small, common ground. Mar 4, 2014
Shanon M: Was what I was looking for in a fuse block. Jan 11, 2014
M I: I'm accumulating accessory items for a '14 BMW R1200 GSA that will be here sometime in the Spring. The Rowe module appears to be a very simple installation without having to add the wiring for a separate relay. Everything is built in and I appreciate the simplicity. Dec 26, 2013
Ben D: Will be adding some electrical farkles to my beamer bike and this product comes highly recommended on my online forum, is CAN-Bus compatible and can handle significant loads. Dec 17, 2013
Simon D: web reviews Nov 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Does the PDM60 come with the USB cable to program it via a windows compatible computer or do I have to order that extra? Oct 1, 2013
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Brian S: It does come with the necessary cable. The connection to the unit is unique to this product. Nov 20, 2013
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Shanon M: Yes. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: How is the USB connection waterproofed on the unit? That is, I know the PDM60 is waterproof ... what about the USB connection? Jun 10, 2014
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Tina-Kevin M: They use dielectric grease where the prongs go into the unit. You will need to reapply after use. This is a great unit and easy to use. Jun 10, 2014
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Douglas K: the unit is sealed within the USB and I filled it with dielectric grease, protected in my fairing and not directly exposed..... Jun 16, 2014
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Robert C: There is the normal USB plug on the one end of the cable that plugs into the notebook, the other end of the cable has 6 exposed spikes that plug into the back of the PDM60. The instructions state to orient the spikes a certain way before you can program the PDM60. The back of the PDM where the spike end plugs into does not have a protective cap but the instructions state the PDM is waterproof. Insert the spike ends into the connector on the back of the PDM.

Even though I installed this unit a few months ago, I just programed it today to change how long it takes to activate the circuit. I put driving lights on the front forks and when I would go from high beam to low, the driving light circuit would take 7 seconds (pre-programmed on the PDM60) to bring the driving lights back on. I was able to program it to activate the circuit in 3 seconds. I have also used the PDM to add 2 new 15 amp powerlet sockets. Using the PDM has made it easier to wire up all the circuits without having a CANBUS issue or a rats nest of wires. I would buy this item again if needed.
Jun 21, 2014
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Pal A asked: Hi I have just bought PDM60 Power Distribution Module, Yesterday I schould mount it. And did not understand why it is two Thin groundcables. ? Shall I mount both of them to the frame/batt- And the short black one with a cap on.. ? where ??
Feb 26, 2014
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Francis B D: 1. I mount mine under the seat close to the battery but were ever you can find room to mount it is fine its water proof.
2. You should have gotten a short black wire with two female ends on it that is to be hooked on the ground side of the battery (-). all the returning grounds coming from accessories hook to it and there a black rubber boot that is used to insulate the exposed wire.
3. The thin Black wire is used for an off/on switch. (toggle switch. other wise it doesn't have to be hooked.
4. The Gray wire marked trigger wire: I suggest hooking it to the positive wire going to your tail light or any other that powers up when the ignition is turned on . This will power up the PMD60 when you turn on the ignition. It comes programed to delay powering PDM60 for 7 seconds after the ignition is turned on.
5. The large RED wire goes to the Positive side of the battery.
6. You have 6 circuits coming off the PDM60 and each wire will be considered the Positive wire. The returning Negative (-) Black wire goes to the short Black wire that you hooked to the - side of the battery.
7. Any wires that are not used you can Deactivate with the computer program that is on their ..rowe-eletronics
Hope this helps if you have anymore questions just me another text.
Feb 26, 2014
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Pal A: Thank You Francis, great help to a Norwegian :) I'll try this :)
Pal Feb 26, 2014
Pal A: Hello again Francis. I try to connect the pdm to my pc. but it cant find it. What do I do ??? I have a pc with windows 8 and mcafee... Mar 3, 2014
JAMES D: The blue is a ground for the trigger. The black is the main ground for the PDM. What you should do is take the thick black cable and up it to the negative on the battery. This will be your ground buss and then add the black and blue cable to it and all other grounds. Make sure you make all the other curicuits inactive before tucking them away. Any other questions let me know. Feb 26, 2014
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Douglas K: I purchased gear and had it sent to Australia as having a new bike shipped up to me in Mongolia for this season, will mount the PDM when it arrives to run some lights, gps etc. The website if you google Rowe Electronics will give you a link for the PDM60 and has good information as shifted from the actual Rowe Electronics website - cheers Mar 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: How is the USB connection waterproofed on the unit? That is, I know the PDM60 is waterproof ... what about the USB connection? Jun 10, 2014
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Thomas L: I haven't installed the unit yet (still working on a professional looking bracket), but just looking at the USB connection to the actual unit it appears to be waterproof. I would have to take the manufacturers word on it.

The USB cable is the normal USB2 'A' connector on the PC end, and what looks like a proprietary male 6-pin 1/10inch spacing inline pin plug connector on the other end.

The corresponding 6-pin inline jack on the back of the PDM60 appears to be packed with dielectric grease. That looks sufficient to keep out any moisture that might collect on the back side. If you mount the PDM60 flush to some surface I would say it would resist water short of submersion or a prolonged power wash.

The wires exiting the unit look well sealed, too.
Jun 24, 2014
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Tina-Kevin M: The USB connection has Dielectric grease in it. Make sure it still does when you remove the USB Cable. If not add some more to it. Unit is great. Disconnect positive from battery to program. It will not program otherwise. Great tech support. Jul 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there any provision for battery charging through the unit or do you have to hook up directly to the battery? Nov 20, 2013
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Brian S: No. There is no provision within the unit for battery charging. I still use a separate connection for battery charging. Nov 20, 2013
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Pal A asked: I have connected my PDM and the program on my PC show that I have done it the right way. I have inactivated som of the citcuits but there is still 12V in them... What have I done wrong??
Or is it something wrong with my unit??
Mar 3, 2014
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Shanon M: Hi Pal A,

This is a question that is probably best directed to the good folks at Rowe Electronics. They have a great support team that I'm sure can help you out with trouble-shooting.
Mar 6, 2014
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Mark J asked: I have a 2013 KTM 450 XC-F, I want to use for a snow bike application. I want to add on heated grips and a powerful headlight and small tail light and a Vortex Tach/Temp Gauge.
Is the PDM60 all I need or do I need to upgrade Stator as well?
Love the REV
Nov 21, 2015
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