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power distribution terminal posts

power distribution terminal posts: 2013-12-16

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1

The battery and alternator master switches both use 2 poles in parallel, which requires that wires be commoned in some way on both sides of them. This array of M6 brass terminal posts on a SRBF base was my first thought on how it could be achieved. This assembly as shown weighs 180g.

power distribution terminal strip components

power distribution terminal strip components: 2014-01-05

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1

The elements of my second thoughts on how to common the multiple wires from the battery & alternator master switches. The black piece in the foreground is a sheet of 1/4" thick Synthetic Resin Bonded Paper (SRBP) with holes and slots made in the vertical mill. Despite appearances, the slots do not go right through; the milled surface of the SRBP just happens to be about the same shade as the background material. The slots are to allow the screws which will be fitted in the brass terminal strips to be a standard length which just extends beyond the bottom of the brass square section chosen for the terminal strips.

power distribution terminal strips

power distribution terminal strips: 2014-01-05

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT1

The terminal strips for the master switch area completed, with appropriate crimp terminals fitted. This assembly weighs 168g.

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