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Old 04-18-2012, 09:25 AM   #1
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Mini-ATM fuse block

I've been searching all over and can't seem to find something descent and affordable:

I'm looking for an small/compact Mini-ATM fuse block, preferably 6 fuses. This is the closest thing I can find but I think it's still too big:



What have you used?
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Old 04-18-2012, 11:00 AM   #2
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

whatcha using it for?
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Old 04-18-2012, 11:03 AM   #3
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

I'll be re-routing all my mods to the fuse block.

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Old 04-18-2012, 11:39 AM   #4
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

JD,

Eastern Beaver has a small 3 circuit Mini ATM fuse block. I bought it for the exact same reason. I am in the throws of +mod and charging system mods right now.

I dont like adding alot of inline fuses either, but I doubt you'll find one that's as small as you want it.

I have used a Painless Fuse Block with 4 fuses in the past, it has a cover that you can buy separately. For 10 bucks you cant beat it for the size.

They have alot of universal kits as well, same 4 fuse block, snapped together as a pair with a one or two relays that you can use to power the block. Alot of adjustability. Go to summittracing.com and search for painless universal and you'll get alot of options.
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

I saw EB's and it's doing a lot more that I want it to do. I'm considering buying that as a last resort if I can't find one that fits my needs.

The EB's, IIRC, only has 2 hot fuses. The others are ignition controlled, or something like that.
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

You're right, but that's if you buy it in kit form...

I bought just the fuse block, that way you can wire it up however the hell you want!

Since you have a million feet of wire, you just need the fuse block anyway!
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

Hmm... didn't know you could just buy the box...

But I think I found one that might work:

Here
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

dont know about dimension but i found couple sites but you probably went trough them

http://www.autodax.com/SearchResults...&Submit=Search

http://www.autodax.com/product_p/20106mt.htm

http://www.cyclenutz.com/Fuzeblock-F...FZ-1_p_92.html
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http://www.cyclenutz.com/Fuse-Panel-Relays_c_38.html
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

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Hmm... didn't know you could just buy the box...

But I think I found one that might work:

Here
That's going to take up a lot more room than you think with the pins being on both sides of the block. You'll have to route wires around to both sides, also exposing them to moisture because they are horizontal.

Check out the Painless block... actual terminals and they're vertical, and with the cover, no worries about water getting in.

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That's going to take up a lot more room than you think with the pins being on both sides of the block. You'll have to route wires around to both sides, also exposing them to moisture because they are horizontal.

Check out the Painless block... actual terminals and they're vertical, and with the cover, no worries about water getting in.

I actually have 3 of those and they are ATC fuses, and not the mini-ATC. That thing is HUGE! ("What she said!") I can't use it.
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

Ah shit, you're right, my bad!
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

Most of these are probably too expensive or too big for what you want. I've been searching as well, to no avail. I'll probably settle on the EB or the Blue Sea, maybe the Centec AP-1. I'm still not ready to pull the trigger yet.
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Most of these are probably too expensive or too big for what you want. I've been searching as well, to no avail. I'll probably settle on the EB or the Blue Sea, maybe the Centec AP-1. I'm still not ready to pull the trigger yet.
Well, hold your breath a little more. I'm getting the one I mentioned earlier soon. I'll let you know.
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

Reviving this thread for further info

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Check out the Painless block... actual terminals and they're vertical, and with the cover, no worries about water getting in.

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I actually have 3 of those and they are ATC fuses, and not the mini-ATC. That thing is HUGE! ("What she said!") I can't use it.
Well, come to find out, I've been using those fuse blocks as there are no adequate Mini fuse blocks I could find. It's been a year and they've been working pretty good on 2 TLR's.




I found a similar block but seems to be a little better built, a little more compact and with a cover:

Hella brand.



As a comparison to the previous, both are 4-fuse holders:



I'll be switching to them as I go along with the projects this winter.

To get those fuse blocks, look up whose part numbers:
Part No.:
4-Gang Fuse Box - Bottom Tab Connections H84960061
6-Gang Fuse Box - Bottom Tab Connections H84960081
8-Gang Fuse Box - Bottom Tab Connections H84960101
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

hee hee hee your rotary damper is showing
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

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Reviving this thread for further info





Well, come to find out, I've been using those fuse blocks as there are no adequate Mini fuse blocks I could find. It's been a year and they've been working pretty good on 2 TLR's.




I found a similar block but seems to be a little better built, a little more compact and with a cover:

Hella brand.



As a comparison to the previous, both are 4-fuse holders:



I'll be switching to them as I go along with the projects this winter.

To get those fuse blocks, look up whose part numbers:
Part No.:
4-Gang Fuse Box - Bottom Tab Connections H84960061
6-Gang Fuse Box - Bottom Tab Connections H84960081
8-Gang Fuse Box - Bottom Tab Connections H84960101
Question: When you wire that block up, do you use one +wire to each fuse or one giant one and split it?
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Question: When you wire that block up, do you use one +wire to each fuse or one giant one and split it?
I wouldn't recommend a "giant one" then split it. The new one will require me to feed one, then the next one, etc ("jumping" one to the other). Much more manageable in a tight setting.
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Re: Mini-ATM fuse block

I have a 6 slot like the first one you pictured

Its in the hiace . quite compact I bent the legs over on one side and soldered a 'busbar" wire down that side

bend the other side over to 30degrees for amore room

jaycar in oz $13 approx
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After google-ing "busbar" i get the idea.. One wire connected to all connectors.. Gonna install a fusebox when its time for charging and headlight mods.. Thanks!
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