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Axxess AXTC-VW1 Steering Wheel Control and Data Interface for Volkswagen 2002-2017 Vehicles
Axxess has engineered a new data interface that combines all of the features of the patented ASWC-1 with additional patent-pending features into one robust solution for new radio installations. When replacing a radio, the AXTC-1 utilizes patented Auto-Detect technology (1) that automatically detects the vehicle type, radio connection and preset controls, while allowing the ability to dual assign steering wheel controls. It provides NAV outputs, accessory power and a 12-volt illumination output, in addition to retaining R.A.P., balance and fade.
- Provides accessory power (10-amp)
- Provides wires for multimedia radios (park brake, reverse, speed sense)
- Used in both amplified and non-amplified systems*
- Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
- Designed to be compatible with all major radio brands
- Auto detects vehicle type, radio connection, and preset controls
- Ability to dual assign steering wheel control buttons
- Retains memory settings even after battery disconnection or interface removal (non volatile memory)
- Provides illumination output
- Micro-B USB updatable
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