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Old 10-02-2019, 03:01 PM #76
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That's a nice looking PowerTrays knock off
If you're going to do a design similar to a competitor, do it by improving it. There's nothing arguable to providing improvements and making them available to others.

Looks like he improved Power Trays design.. soo....
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The Fuse Block Mount Tray as well as the Blank Mount Tray are both in. Both of which should be ready to ship Monday. Preliminary pics below !

PM me if you'd like to order.
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Just wanted to thank everyone for their input and questions via PM....

Please remember to ask questions on the thread as many of the questions are applicable to others and helps the community as a whole !
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Thank you, I just confirmed with Switch-Pros that the SP8100 is the same footprint/mounting hole spacing.
And what is the footprint/mounting hole spacing asked from a previous post? I need the dimensions of the SP unit and mount hole spacing to see if it can be placed on a smaller power tray mounted to a Slee/ARB mounting bracket.
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Are these still available?
Try to post up pics of your install !!

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And what is the footprint/mounting hole spacing asked from a previous post? I need the dimensions of the SP unit and mount hole spacing to see if it can be placed on a smaller power tray mounted to a Slee/ARB mounting bracket.
Please contact Switch-Pros direct for the information you are looking for.
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What is the purpose of having the 12 circuit BlueSea fuse panel? Are those for other loads not being fed by the SwitchPro?

SwitchPro doesn’t really need fusing, it’s using mosfets and over-current monitor to disconnect the load. Plus its programmable, pretty nice little way to safe some coin and still offer fault protection.
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What is the purpose of having the 12 circuit BlueSea fuse panel? Are those for other loads not being fed by the SwitchPro?

SwitchPro doesnít really need fusing, itís using mosfets and over-current monitor to disconnect the load. Plus its programmable, pretty nice little way to safe some coin and still offer fault protection.
The main - and most important function of the Mount Tray is the vertical mounting position of the power module in the engine bay. This is a installation requirement from Switch-Pros that they repeatedly have expressed.

That being said, you are correct, you do not run mods through the fuse block AND the Switch-Pros. The fuse block is there for connecting/fusing additional mods which require 'always on' electrical needs such as a refrigerator, ham radio, aux USB ports, etc.

Great question ! Thank you !

A quote from the Switch-Pros website:
"Can I mount my power module on its back?
No Ė this will allow water to collect on the connector, and may cause water intrusion over a long period of time. This will NOT be covered under warranty."
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I’m familiar with the mounting requirements of this unit… I considered a NEMA enclosure as well.

I was just curious why people would opt for a 12 circuit dual buss panel in addition to the switch pro (just making sure others understand it’s not required).

I don’t have THAT many aux circuits in the truck, but those that might require always on I would consider just running those through the SP as well and program it accordingly. The main reason being that you would not require a separate external LVD like the BlueSea m-LVD I am currently using for battery protection and separate switches.

True, there are certain loads I would not want fed enough the 9100, so, I could understand wanting another panel. That said, instead of the ST Blade 12, I would consider the smaller 6 circuit, or better yet the Safety Hub.

If you built a tray that can accommodate the SafteyHub 100 or 150, it would be a nice combo as you can protect much larger loads in a convenient manner. Just a thought.

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Iím familiar with the mounting requirements of this unitÖ I considered a NEMA enclosure as well.

I was just curious why people would opt for a 12 circuit dual buss panel in addition to the switch pro (just making sure others understand itís not required).

I donít have THAT many aux circuits in the truck, but those that might require always on I would consider just running those through the SP as well and program it accordingly. The main reason being that you would not require a separate external LVD like the BlueSea m-LVD I am currently using for battery protection and separate switches.

True, there are certain loads I would not want fed enough the 9100, so, I could understand wanting another panel. That said, instead of the ST Blade 12, I would consider the smaller 6 circuit, or better yet the Safety Hub.

If you built a tray that can accommodate the SafteyHub 100 or 150, it would be a nice combo as you can protect much larger loads in a convenient manner. Just a thought.

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Excellent information ! Thank you.

The Fuse block Mount Tray has holes in it for the ST Blade 6 circuit as well. I am simply trying to accommodate as many people as possible. At first glance the SafetyHub appears to fit dimensionally speaking. I do have a Blank Mount Tray as well where the user can drill holes to install preference specific electrical components.

For the purpose of the discussion could you elaborate on what else is convenient about the SafeyHub and what would compliment it on the Tray designed around it ? Such as an additional BusBar - or lack there-of....

Thank you for the input !!
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My install

Here are a few pics of my install, I still have to tidy things up a bit and reroute the battery and ground cables but all in all it came out pretty good. Install was very straight forward and pretty easy. I would definitely recommend this plate to anyone with a switch-pro.
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Excellent information ! Thank you.

For the purpose of the discussion could you elaborate on what else is convenient about the SafeyHub and what would compliment it on the Tray designed around it ? Such as an additional BusBar - or lack there-of....

Thank you for the input !!
Where the SP9100/ST stops, the SafteyHub starts. There is too much service overlap between the SP 9100 and ST. For the purpose of discussion both only support up to 30A max.

ST – 30A max per circuit
9100 (4) 35A, (4) 25A

SafteyHub offers MIDI/AMI fusing from 30 to 200 amps in addition to a handful of 20-30A circuits which would allow for the same functionality as the 6 or 12 slot ST. This would be ideal for larger loads like a large air compressor, DC-AC inverter, protected run for interior sub panel, or anything else you might decide to use.
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Here are a few pics of my install, I still have to tidy things up a bit and reroute the battery and ground cables but all in all it came out pretty good. Install was very straight forward and pretty easy. I would definitely recommend this plate to anyone with a switch-pro.
Thank you for the pics, you did a great install. Very Clean !!
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I purchased just your panel only as I am in Canada to save customs and shipping. I have sourced the Blue Seas Busbar and Terminal Block. What size hardware should I use to mount them?
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I purchased just your panel only as I am in Canada to save customs and shipping. I have sourced the Blue Seas Busbar and Terminal Block. What size hardware should I use to mount them?
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