Because electronic actions are managed through a microcontroller, the system can perform special functions beyond just a simple off and on control. A light can be set to blink as a turn signal, or stay lit as a running light. The system can even set a time delay for functions like cooling cans, or even initiate soft-start headlights. The Mastercells can even be configured to accept analogue input for proportional control of an output. Users can purchase their kits pre-programmed with custom configurations or purchase a programmer to allow them to make changes after the system is installed.

You can also get what they refer to as inLINK™. This is a programmable five-button key fob that permits the user to remotely control 16 different functions of the car's accessories remotely. For more elaborate performances, the entire vehicle's electrical system can be wirelessly controlled from up to 150 feet away from the car via inTOUCH™. This is an optional handheld touch screen that provides out-of-car control.

If you're worried about reliability, the Mastercell and Powercell enclosures are sealed with watertight gaskets, and the system withstands high temperatures typical of under hood applications. All factory-terminated connections use Delphi Packard sealed connectors. Using a low voltage, low current design for switching and control eliminates high current wiring under the dashboard and reduces the possibility of an under-dash fire. Additionally, all inputs are ground-switched, which adds further simplicity to the electrical system. A low-current dash harness is available as an option, providing easy connection to all switches and gauge wiring.

Eventually, we're going to install the ISIS kit in our project Super Bee that's at the Unlawful Racing shop now, but to give you an idea of how it works, assembling the kit on the shop floor will give you a better idea of how it's wired since you can see everything. When we get to finally install it in the car, we'll show you that as well.