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|757||Dana Cunniff||Re: Re: Breakers vs. fuses||2/14/2006 19:44:00|
Also Doug, I don't know if it got mentioned before but
fuses take up less space than breakers.
I haven't mounted panel assemblies but I've added a
couple of four-gang fuse blocks inside the electrical
cabinet and some inline fuses. I've tapped off the
original fuse block from Parker and I pulled another
set of positive and ground wires into the panel from
I did get a flushmount 110V breaker panel a couple of
years ago when I had shore power and a charger added.
It is on a 2530 and it is on the side of the panel
when you enter the vee.
--- dougmacf <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=8ik1lf4o-1y23su4PJryHoJEYnLuGQAUoPBaU1i2KSX2bJTh68feuLcMJpFCHg-ZlAV_1b-eWvjpgW9Ju-ka">dougmacf@...</a>> wrote:
> Haven't had a chance to thank you for sharing your
> thoughts and experience in rewiring...
> plus alot of questions I hadn't had a chance to ask.
> Ancor's site and hard copy catalogue
> have some great info on electrical also. I'm
> beginning to see that I may have to design/
> build a fuse/meter/switch panel to get what I need
> in the space allotted. The fuse blocks
> inside the console also look like a good way to
> consolidate devices coming off of a
> common switch on the panel.
> Hope I can make it north to your area from
> Marshfield this summer and perhaps meet up.
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