Just purchased this kit for myself for the same reason that Herk mentioned. I do not like blindly rolling out my awning as the switch in my Rockwood is located in a spot inside the trailer that I cannot see the outside from very well. Thanks Turbo for this excellent find!!
2011 Rockwood 2901SS Ultra Lite
2014 Chevy Silverado Z71---Hensley Arrow Hitch
my other toy---1969 Camaro 396 SS
HEY all I forgot in all of my hay day of getting this out on the forum I mistakenly forgot to say that you cannot use the manual switch without putting diodes in line from the remote module outputs to the awning wires . SORRY !
Since you have to basically tee into the awning wires you don't want current to go back into the delay when using the manual rocker .
If you do use the manual rocker without them you'll just blow the awning fuse since the delay module outputs are grounded when not in use .
OR you can install a switch on both remote module outputs so that you can use rocker I think that would be a hassle.
I had plans to go to radio shack and pick some up this weekend and thats what reminded me that I may have not said anything .
Sorry for my ignorance of not mentioning this but I AM SURE no one has there module yet !
I just wanted everyone to be clear about the rocker .
had the awning out 6 more times tonight and no issues .
LOL the only issue I may have is a worn out motor by time I get done testing this thing !
the only other thing I changed tonight was to not use there 2 amp fuse but opted for a 7.5
reason being is the motor uses a little over two amp which is ok but when you dead head the awing either deploying or retracting the amperage will blow a 2 amp so I figure .