Handlebar Control Interface (SWI-CP2) w/ant ext
*06/20/22 – For the foreseeable future, we are suspending stand-alone sales of this item. Any order that does not include the wiring harness plug will be canceled and refunded*
Note that this is for the PAC SWI-CP2 as it is the successor to the now discontinued SWI-RC/RC1.
Engineered Adapters has worked with the engineers at PAC to prove out the wiring schematic and the CP2 uses exactly the same wiring diagram as the RC-1. The only exception is that the yellow wire on the CP2 needs to be connected to a 12v hot (the white/blue wire should suffice). We are working to update our wiring diagram to reflect this change.
However, mapping of the controls just became considerably easier with less guess-work involved. The CP2 will no longer require a vehicle number for the Kawasaki Voyager or Vaquero and the radio manufacturer is now set using DIP switches!
In other welcome news, when mapping the buttons, the CP2 blinks its’ LED to alert you it has accepted the command so you can move to the next one. It’s an all around better installation experience and while the RC/RC1 did a nice job, we welcome this successor.
An aftermarket stereo installation also requires an AM/FM antenna extension. We are including one with this purchase. This is for both the SWI-CP2 and the AM/FM antenna extension.
Installation of the SWI-CP2 into the Vaquero/Voyager requires installation of two resistors. We include the proper resistors with our Wiring Harness Plug
If you currently have the RC-1, the CP2 can plug directly into its’ place. But you’ll need to connect the yellow wire to a 12v hot.