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Hi guys
I just want to add a consideration concerning high amp fuse holders below boards. there highly suseptable to corrosion. especially near the battery. Heavy battery cables are if routed sensibly are fairly invunerable to damage. a fuse bar out of the reach of the elements adn away from or protected from any source of a short may be prefferable. I like circuit breakers because they reset. when you run out of fuses your left with foil.
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We are about to undertake rewiring our boat. In you estimation, which marine wiring book is the best for those who have limited wiring experience?

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What Kind of boat are you talking about?
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It is a Pearson 422. We are adding and replacing most of the electronics. The previous owner did some re-wiring that is suspect.
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It is a Pearson 422. We are adding and replacing most of the electronics. The previous owner did some re-wiring that is suspect.
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I am in the process of upgrading all of my electrical system.. To date I have 2 six vo;t Trojan T-105 batteries connected in series, a 120 Amp alternator, an extenal regulator, Heat fuse and regualtor, a Heart Link 10 Monitor, a 13 breaker panel with battery amp gauges,and an 8 breaker panel. Later this summer I am going to add a solar panel (120 Volt.) I am also rewiring all circuts. The batteries will provide 225 amps, they are inexpensive and do not weigh like a D4 or D8. The alternator and related equipment was expensive (1027) form Jack Rabbit marine. I sent a list to Sailnet but they did not get back to me in time.

It is a lot of $$ and work but will be worth it as I will be energy independant as I can be. I run an Alder Barbour Super Cold machine, 2 GPS, a JRC Radar, occasionally a 13" TV and sometimes a stereo.
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