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Is there a wiring Guru who could provide clarity on a SIP reproduction VNA/VBA switch block? It looks like its wired for AC and I'm using a DC system. From looking at Scooterhelp.come references they are wired as Open not Closed circuits What The? emoticon
Of course I could just be putting a multimeter into the wrong terminator holes to check connection... Plus the various references (including from SIP themselves) don't seem to reference the same connections consistently. Crying or Very sad emoticon

To accompany the pics, here is what SIP says the connection are:
Connection:

M = Kill
1 = concutor / Parking Light
4 = white/black cable from SIP speedo changeover switch
6 = Low Beam
7 = High Beam
8 = Horn
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I used a different SIP switch in my VNA allstate (12vdc battery system).
https://www.sip-scootershop.com/en/product/light-switch-sip-conversion_60091300?cr=e993ab67-6807-4109-bbed-f6374ebf9f9b&gad_source=1&gclid=CjwKCAjwmrqzBhAoEiwAXVpgolVVpB5flFlPMELAXKamezrhSClccS6SAu2-31YKTwxdv4jqa1zw0BoC3oQQAvD_BwE
The SIP speedo remote switch button was cut off and then integrated into my switch
The SIP speedo remote switch button was cut off and then integrated into my switch
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Thanks for that info - was exactly what I was after, including the SIP button integration.
Looks like I'm putting together a new shopping cart.
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5TangoMike wrote:
Thanks for that info - was exactly what I was after, including the SIP button integration.
Looks like I'm putting together a new shopping cart.
You're welcome. Since i have LED lights and no high/low beam, i wired my switch a little bit differently to how i wanted it.

The top rocker switch turns my headlight and taillight on and off.

The bottom toggle switch turns my legshield spotlight on and off. Both light can be turned on and off independently of each other.

The horn button is duh, the horn button.

The kill switch on the right side.

The remote switch button for the SIP speedo is on the left side.
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Cheers for that.
I was going to ask how you wired it, so that really helps, as does the image of the back.
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