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Batrium Shunt Fuse Connection
#1
Hi guys
I got the shunt and will connect it tomorrow. is there any need for a fuse in this link?
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You should always fuse. So i recomend to add a small fuse on the sense wire (The red one) I assumed that was the wire you asked about?
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(07-03-2017, 04:22 PM)daromer Wrote: You should always fuse. So i recomend to add a small fuse on the sense wire (The red one) I assumed that was the wire you asked about?

Thanks mate. Yes that was the wire, although it is white on my sample
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