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Old 21-10-2009, 18:55   #16
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This is exactly what I did. Much better that in-line fuses, as all of them are located in one place. This makes troubleshooting much easier.


Originally Posted by CharlieJ View Post
Combine all of the good ideas by feeding a Blue Sea Systems 6 circuit AT0/ATC fuse panel; p/n 5025. Feed it with AWG 10 wire from a single 20 amp circuit breaker. Wire the ground bus from the 5025 to the Vessel Ground. Label the circuit breaker "Electronics" and you are good to go with a clean and professional install.

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