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antedeluvian
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antedeluvian   5/8/2014 8:58:16 AM
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Ivan

In you hint about designing enclosures you said

For shipping, protection from shorts or accidental device activation (providing disconnection for example)

I would propose that you remove the proviso for shipping. A short can happen at any time during installation or servicing and I think that a fuse or circuit breaker right at the battery is the ideal place for it.

I might also add a point that there should be a place for an instruction/warning label to try and prevent misconnection of the battery and other such messages.

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David Ashton   5/8/2014 8:27:54 AM
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You need to work on your comebacks, Max.

When he asks you "What is the difference between a duck?"

You say  "About this colour" indicating the dimension with your two hands.

That should sort him out.....  :-)

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And people wonder...
Max The Magnificent   5/7/2014 6:07:33 PM
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@Ivan: "Perhaps it's the fact that he keeps putting up with my bad jokes."

And people wonder why I have a nervous tic LOL

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