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EliW

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  1. I feel like that dorsa panel is open to provide front “lift” in a way and counteract the back engine? I don’t know much about the engineering of jets...
  2. Well what I meant was power doesn’t go through the panel wiring accept the panel mechanically turns the power on and off by being spliced into the power line.. kinda hard to explain. i figured everything out though! I bought a fuse/ground box by blue seas and individual on off switches that are rated for 20 amps each so now I can wire the switches after the fuse box before the load or lights.
  3. haha it’s my dream to fly f-35 b’s for the navy! @Chewey what did you fly?
  4. I think I’m gonna go with a single switch, there much cheaper and can handle 20 amps each
  5. That’s perfect, just a tad bit expensive, I’ll see what else they have thanks!
  6. Oh well this is over 5 separate units, 2 halo lights, a 32-42 inch light bar, underwater led, pa speaker and about 55 feet of led strip, all of the lights are rgb and I plan on getting more underwater lights so that number may go up. Are there any switch panels where the power doesn’t go through the switch panel but instead the panel I guess “intercepts “ the wire and can turn it off and on? edit: 6 units, may go up to 7-9
  7. @Iggy @drewm3i do you guys know of any switch panels that have big enough wiring to handle 550 watts and 41 amps? I’m having trouble finding one
  8. EliW

    Dog ladder suggestions

    Yah absolutely, sorry I couldn’t help more.
  9. Congrats man, mines also lime green! If you have any pictures of your boat I’d love to see them. Maybe it’ll give me a better idea of what I’m in for.
  10. I agree, it’s about 10 to fifteen feet for the positive to reach my switch panel and about the same for the negatives to reach my bus bar, that for loads in the tower, the switch panel to the on off switch is 8 to 10 feet and the second bus bar to the original one is about 3 to 4 feet of wire depending on where I end up putting it.
  11. EliW

    Dog ladder suggestions

    https://www.amazon.com/Paws-Aboard-Doggy-Boat-Ladder/dp/B000F2HE9S https://www.amazon.com/Great-Day-LP500-Platform-Load/dp/B00303YT6K/ref=asc_df_B00303YT6K/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241981090934&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=5088732828195258378&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9007937&hvtargid=pla-560728184794&psc=1 they aren't very cheap but will definitely do the job edit: I also have an h2o I don’t think there’s gonna be one that can fit when you fold the ladder back up
  12. Yikes, comes out to 552 watts and 41.5 amps It may be 456 watts and 37.9 amps if I don’t add led strips. what am I gonna need to do for all of this? Edit: at 40 amps at 25 feet i should be good with 10 gauge wire and that’s for all the loads combined this if for 10 percent voltage drop
  13. Ive been meaning to add up the total load, I’m adding a lot probably around 450 to 600 watts in total im gonna add it all up and find the exact total watts volts etc in the morning
  14. EliW

    19 h2o sport: wiring help

    Will do, thanks!
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