Discussion in 'The Development Lab' started by bjpc2716, Jan 17, 2016.
i got toll there will be up for sale later on falcon christmas website
Similar idea to my APC731 and Alan's Hexfuse boards except it has no LEDs.
The one in the video does have -ve terminal distribution, but I prefer to run the -ve wires directly to the power supply.
dave your one is apc-718 6 way fused power breakout pcb were is the manual for it?
alan on hexfuse need a manual? i sound like you mate
Mine can be found here on the AVD web site. Some more details here on the da-share wiki.
Alan's is pretty much the same as mine I think - 3 power feeds in and 6 fused power feeds out.
Both also have LEDs to show when the fuse has blown (and a load is still connected).
thanks mate i will have a look later on in the day
Davids board is at https://www.audiovisualdevices.com.au/viewprod.php?catid=&productid=APC731
Mine in at http://www.hansonelectronics.com.au/product/hexfuse/
Both of them are 3 input and 6 output. If the fuse is blown or not inserted then the led will light up.
The current rating, fuse type and physical size are about the only differences between the 2 of them. The advantage of 3 in and 6 out is that it allows multiple power supplies on the 1 board or handle greater current. The 1 in the video has 1 30A input connector which means that the 6 outputs can only total 30A. My hexfuse for instance has 3 30A inputs and 6 15A fused outputs.
thanks alan again now i need to buy tim tam for you
And Alan will need to do some extra bike riding !
h ha lol i hope he can hear it
[me=AAH]loves Tim Tams [/me]
AAH love you long time if you give him Tim Tams
alan need to buy shares into arnotts yes he love you and dc to
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