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We're introducing the Neutrino Element and Aurora power distribution and control system to the UTV community. This product has had great success in the motorcycle and most recently the Slingshot community, so maybe it's time to introduce it to the UTV world.

Neutrino is a state of the art electrical power distribution and control system that can power up to 6 circuits with a maximum of 60 amps. What's cool about Neutrino is that instead of having to run wires and locate switches in the cockpit Neutrino controls everything with a user friendly smart phone interface connected via Bluetooth. 

Neutrino is super small (3" x 2" x .9"), waterproof, shockproof and is even made in the USA. Neutrino is patent pending and offers a huge array of features ranging from programmable, self-resetting circuit breakers to remote diagnostics on your phone to monitoring your entire electrical system. It even includes automatic shut down both for individual circuits and for the whole system. With Neutrino you can control your garage door and any servo devices from within the free Android and iOS apps. 

All circuits are configurable on the fly to be either switched or variable, with lots of other options available. 

Element is the base model that includes tons of capability and Aurora is the higher end model that adds things like headlight modulation, deceleration-based brake light activation, and the ability to automatically control circuits based on speed, temperature, sunset time, etc. Element sells for $249.99 and Aurora for $349.99. Element is upgradeable to Aurora at a later date for $100.

For more information please check out our website at www.neutrinoblackbox.com or email us at [email protected]

thanks!

Dan

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