I have always been partial to the automotive style, lead clamping terminals to attach heavy battery cables
to the battery
posts. I prefer them to the ring terminal held on with wingnut, mainly because they offer larger contact surface area, and they are made of the same material as the battery posts.
However, if we wish to add some sort of high capacity fuse as close to the battery post as possible, such as a Blue Seas MRBF or ANL, then we are back to ring terminals on a stud anyway. I feel this increases the chances of an electrically weak connection over time, due to corrosion
, and a resultant voltage drop. Am I concerned over nothing?
Any thoughts, or other ways of doing this?