XTC Polaris RZR XP 6 Switch Power Control System with Strobe Lights Switch
Plug and Play Easy Install
Fits RZR XP and most UTV’s
6 Switch System, One Switch included with Red LED Strobe Rocker
2 Channel Strobe Built In – 10AMP Each with Strobe Rocker Switch
Two 20 AMP High Power Relayed and Three 10 AMP Direct Circuits
Fuse Block with each Switch on Individual Fuse
8GA Power Cable 50 AMP Main Circuit Breaker at Battery
Screw Terminal Strip for Easy Integration
Bottom Row Lighting when upgraded switches used
Made in the USA!
6 Switch Power Control System with Strobe Lights Switch for Polaris RZR
XTC Power Products Leads the way in UTV Wiring. Powering multiple accessories has become easier than ever with our Plug and Play PCS (Power Control System) for the Polaris RZR XP 1000/Turbos with Strobe System. Unlike other switch systems available, the Power Control System’s designed with the installer in mind. Every PCS has a vehicle specific power connector and rocker switch harness that fits the factory pre-cut rocker switch positions.
The PCS-72S includes 1 x 30 amp and 1 x 20 amp high current circuits on relays with Diode protection. The design reduces voltage spikes from field collapse, protecting LED lights and other sensitive accessories. There are also 3 x 10 amp direct wire circuits provided for low power accessories like rock lights or whip lights. One Switch’s a dedicated Strobe Light System with 2-Channels on a 10 amp fuse. Additionally included is a fuse block that protects the circuits and comes with an eight gauge power cable and fuses. Most UTV charging systems produce anywhere from 40-70 amps. Because of this, a 50 amp circuit breaker at the battery safely supplies power to the PCS. Installing a 100+ amp high power switch system is not practical in a UTV.
The Power Control Systems Barrier Strip
Pro wiring installers have been using barrier strips in off-road vehicle builds for years. Some good reasons would be aesthetics, along with ease of use when adding new connections and troubleshooting down the road. Each screw point on the barrier strip has a different colored wire that corresponds with the fuse box and switches harness wires. Therefore the 1st rocker switch would be the large 30 amp grey wire, and then so on and so forth. Lastly, the purple and yellow wires are the Strobe System circuits and Strobe in a left/right sequence when activated. This feature can be integrated into the vehicle brake light system and other aftermarket accessories.
Polaris RZR Strobe System Switch Power Harness Configurations
Designed for the Polaris RZR XP’s, the PCS-72S has become our most universal Power Control System with Strobe System for switch mounting locations. The switch harness has three rocker switches that mount in the center dash, followed by a single switch mounted right of the steering wheel, and then two more go left of the steering wheel. Also, rocker switches can be installed together in any custom way deemed fit by the installer as well. The Strobe System has 7 different flashing patterns that can be cycled through using the included black mountable switch. Moreover, a Molex connector links the switch harness to the main Power Control System.
Modular Power Connection
The PCS-72S has a modular power connector at the fuse box with +/- ring terminals that connect to ignition power. Consequently, the lower LED (available on custom rocker switches) will only illuminate when the ignition key is turned on. The upper light only comes on when the rocker switch’s pressed. It should be noted that the wiring system will work with or without the vehicle’s ignition power on.
*The PCS-72S comes with 5 incandescent lit Carling V-Series Rocker Switches that have an actuator with a red lens, and 1 Strobe Lights LED Lit Rocker Switch. Alternatively, the PCS-72-NS ONLY comes with Strobe Lights Rocker Switch Switch, and no other switches. LED lit custom rocker switches are available separately and can be found on our Rocker Switch page.
|Polaris||Ranger||2013 - 2021|
|Polaris||RZR 900||2016 - 2021|
|Polaris||RZR XP 1000/Turbo||2014 - 2021|