Turn-On Adapter by Axxess®. For vehicles that require a data signal to turn on OEM amplifiers, retain Rear Seat Entertainment, and more. This product is made from high-grade materials to meet the strictest standards of high quality. Designed with the utmost care and attention to detail, this product ensures superior reliability. It provides long lasting and trouble-free service life.
- Provides accessory (12 volt 10 amp)
- Retains RAP (Retained Accessory Power)
- Used in amplified systems
- Provides NAV outputs (Parking Brake, Reverse, Mute, and V.S.S.)
- ASWC harness included (ASWC not included)
- Retain audible Blind spot detection system
- High level speaker input
- USB updatable
- Retains balance and fade
Replacing a factory radio with an aftermarket radio can add power and fidelity, but all too often results in a loss of functionality. Small wonder, with the car manufacturers routing all manner of things, like OnStar, the seatbelt chime and turn signal clicker, as well as nav system audio all through the radio. One thing that usually goes out the window is RAP (Retained Accessory Power), a function that leaves the accessories like the radio, auxiliary amps and added-on satellite radios powered up after shut down until a door is opened or some time has elapsed. These harnesses/interfaces, generically called turn-on adapters are also capable of intercepting the commands from the body computer that ramrods RAP, and restoring RAP functionality to an aftermarket radio, as well as providing 10 Amps at 12 V to run an accessory amp or radio. Depending on your specific vehicle, there may be a number of other functions as well.
Axxess® Integrate, a subsidiary of mobile audio's one-stop-shopping conglomerate Metra, is at the very forefront of the mobile audio installer's field. Their cutting-edge interfaces make adding to or installing a car stereo, nav system, sat radio or auxiliary amplifier easy. With the complexity of modern vehicles, it's not a simple operation to install aftermarket electronics that will properly interface with the car's wiring, onboard computers and OEM infotainment system. Axxess has it figured out and dialed in.