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6 Pos Demarc Panel w/ GMT Fuse Panel Positions Per Panel 6 Demarcs - 5/5 GMT Max Per Position 125A Demarc 15A GMT Bus Capacities 125A Demarcation 65A GMT GENERAL CONNECTIONS Dimensions 19.00” W x 3.50” H x 11.125” D 2 Hole Lug 1/4’’ stud x 5/8’’ spacing Rack Spaces 2U Wire Range Up to 2/0 AWG Weight 12.0 lbs. Max. Terminal Width 0.640” Mounting Universal 19” or 23”, WECO or EIA Tightening Torque 40 in-lb (4.5 Nm) Mtg Position Flush, 3” or 4” Offset Demarc - 2 Hole Lug GMT - Barrier Strip Demarc-1/4’’ stud x 5/8’’ spacing GMT - #6 Sems Screw Finish Black Textured Powder Coat Wire Range Demarc - Up to 2/0 AWG GMT - 10 to 22 AWG Max. Terminal Width Demarc 0.640” / GMT 0.312” Tightening Torque 40 in-lb Demarc - 10 in-lb GMT 2 Hole Lug 1/4” stud x 1” spacing Wire Range 6 AWG lug supplied with panel Input Output ELECTRICAL -/+24-48V DC -/+19-60V DC Number of Buses 8 Interrupt Device Rating Demarc 125A - 80A GMT Max Rating by Type 125 Amp TLS or 70 Amp TPS and 15 Amp GMT Continuous Load Rating Output Nominal Voltage Voltage Range Input 100 Amps TLS or 56 Amps TPS and 10.5 GMT ALARMING Ground Bus ENVIRONMENT Short Term Op Temp -40° C to +70° C Ambient Up to 65° C Indicators Bi-color LED Green (Power) Red (Alarm) Store Temp -40° C to +70° C Function Form C relay contacts for remote fuse fail indication Humidity 0 to 95% non-condensing Conn Type Solderless Wire Wrap (18 to 30 AWG) 104.11 Watts max Rating DC 30W/AC 50VA Power Dissipation STANDARDS Safety (Listed) Telcordia UL 60950-1/UL 1801/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1/EN 60950-1/IEC 60950-1 NEBS Level 3 (GR-63/GR-1089) and GR-3108 Class 3 (w/o salt fog testing) Revision 4/20/2012 407 Railroad St. • Butner, NC 27509 • Phone: 919-575-6100 • Toll Free: 800-298-7466 • Fax: 919-575-6200 • www.trimminc.com Combination GMT Demarc Panel, 6 TFD Demarc, 5A/5B GMT 9275001001 GMT INPUT CONNECTION GMT OUTPUT CONNECTION REMOTE ALARM CONNECTION INPUT CONNECTION REAR VIEW ROTATED OUTPUT CONNECTION REAR SAFETY COVER 11.250 [285.8] 0.662 [16.8] 3.125 [79.4] 4.125 [104.8] 10.000 [254.0] CHASSIS GROUND CONNECTION GMT TYPE FUSE HOLDERS POWER/FUSE LED INDICATORS 2.000 [50.8] 3.000 [76.2] 3.484 [88.5] TFD TYPE FUSE HOLDERS CIRCUIT DESIGNATION CARDS 17.000 [431.8] 18.312 [465.1] 19.000 [482.6] NOTES CLEI Code: PWPYAC8RRA. Go to www.trimminc.com for a complete list of the fuses to order with this panel. Revision 4/20/2012 407 Railroad St. • Butner, NC 27509 • Phone: 919-575-6100 • Toll Free: 800-298-7466 • Fax: 919-575-6200 • www.trimminc.com
Depth Gauge Radio Equalizer Current Fuse Panel with negative bus (power and ground from battery 1) Adding this fuse panel Trying to prevent from draining my starting battery during extended hours of stereo listening. Boat is 2006 4.3L I/O Chevy Engine with cranking battery and a marine deep cycle battery Questions 1. Can I run two different batteries with the perko? 2. Do I have to upgrade my alternator? 3. Do I have to use the F disconnect from the alternator to the perko (not sure if my regulator is internal vs external)? 4. Will charging the deep cycle battery be to tough for my alternator (currently not hooked to the alternator, usually recharge with on board 2 bank charger)? 5. Do I have to buy a buss terminal for hooking the negatives on the batteries or will the below work? 6. Do I have to put all my accessories currently on Batt 1 into the comm slot of the perko or do I just leave them attached to Batt 1 7. For power from starter to comm I am just taking the current 2 ga wire that is running to my cranking battery and putting that into the comm. Is that correct? 8. Do I have to add a main fuse between battery 2 and the new added fuse panal? Amplifier Drawing 56 amps (75 amps at peak) Power to addend fuse block 1 2 Perko Switch Starter Fu se Comm Interstate Marine Cranking Interstate Deepcycle Marine/RV Batt 1 Accessories still attached to battery Batt 2 Running added fuse panel, EQ, Amp, Radio , and depth gauge
Fuse Panel Installation Instructions Fuse panel Dimmer Switch Following these simple instructions will guarantee a successful installation of your American Autowire Fuse Panel Harness. The order of installation will be as follows: Front Light 1. Attach the fuse panel to kickpanel using template on sheet 5. 2 . Route fuse panel harness in dash area using the layout suggested in diagram E on sheet 2. 3 . Make all dash connections as shown in these Fuse Panel Installation sheets. 4 . Starting with bag 'H", install all other wiring as per the letter designation on their instruction sheets. (bags H, J, L, M and N). Headlight Switch Wiper Turn Signal Switch Brake Switch Lighter Heater Switch Let's begin your installation of the Fuse Panel harness. Study the diagram above, and follow the installation procedures on the following pages! RECOMMENDED FUSE/CIRCUIT BREAKER AMP RATINGS PARK LIGHTS HAZARD BRAKE LIGHTS DASH LIGHTS TURN SIGNAL WIPER GAUGE C.B. RADIO A/C / HEATER RADIO FAN 10 AMP 15 AMP 10 AMP 10 AMP 10 AMP 10 AMP 5 AMP 5 AMP 30 AMP 10 AMP 30 AMP CRUISE 15 AMP CLOCK 10 AMP LIGHTER 10 AMP FUEL PUMP 15 AMP POWER SEAT 30 AMP POWER LOCK 30 AMP POWER WINDOWS 30 AMP Radio & Glove Box PART # 500433 DESCRIPTION: G 1957GM COLUMN MOUNT Chevy www.americanautowire.com SHEET 1 856-933-0801 DASH MOUNT UNIVERSAL Custom Fuse Panel Harness 92965103 instruction sheet Rev 8.0 1/21/2013 DB factory welded plate template (see sheet 5) Mounting Fuse Panel Fuse Panel cut this template along dotted line drill a 1/2" diameter mounting hole 1. 2. drill a 1/2" diameter mounting hole 3. 4. 5. dash pad Remove driver side kick panel to access the sheet metal behind it. Using the template 92965105 included with this kit, align as shown in diagram "C" at left, and drill two 1/2" diameter holes. (Note: Convertible cars have an extra dash brace which may have to be removed to use the supplied template.) Insert the supplied Well-nut (A) in each hole. Using the supplied bolts (B) mount the fuse panel and secure bolts, see diagram "D" at left (Be certain not to pinch wires under fuse panel legs as the bolts are tightened!) Route all wires to components as described on the following pages, using diagram E for routing. fold this edge into door jamb cavity DIAGRAM "C" Your fuse panel is now installed! driver side kickpanel FUSE PANEL MOUNTING HOLE TEMPLATE driver's side kickpanel (metal area) American Autowire Systems American Autowire makes it easy FACTORY FIT automotive wiring well-nut A 150 Heller Pl #17 W Bellmawr, NJ 08031 856-933-9301 BOLT WELL-NUT driver side
...Remove your existing bottom bolt of the hood hinge. Insert new bolt A into this location from the engine compartment along with your existing lockwasher and flat washer. This bolt will screw into existing factory weld-nut on inside of firewall. On the inside of the car, install two C nuts onto bolt A, seating each bolt firmly against the weld-nut, and each other. Install flat washer B on bolt A, and leave until step 8. Lower mounting bolt: - From the engine compartment, locate the existing stock 1/4" hole located just below and to the right of the hood hinge (originally for dash pad clip). Insert a new 1/4" bolt F (This hole may need to be enlarged slightly if bolt is too snug.) - On inside of car, trim firewall pad so that there is enough clearance to install flat washer G onto bolt F. - Install 1/4" standard nut H onto bolt F and tighten. - Install large flat washer K onto bolt F (this will keep the firewall pad i n place). - Install three (3) standard nuts H, tightening each firmly. - Place large washer K onto bolt F, and leave until step 9. Insert two (2) of bolt E into the fuse box mounting holes on the mounting plate, from the back side (see Detail "A"), and leave hang loose. Place mounting plate onto the bolts that you installed on the firewall, at locations shown in Detail "A". Install flat washer B onto bolt A. Using lock-nut D, tighten mounting plate against upper firewall bolt A. Be sure that there are no exposed threads which could damage wires . Install large flat washer K onto bolt F. Using lock-nut J, tighten mounting plate against lower firewall bolt F. Be sure that there are no exposed threads which could damage wires . The mounting plate should now be installed. Place the fuse panel onto bolts E that you installed on the mounting panel. Install lock-nuts J onto bolts E, and tighten. Your fuse panel is now installed!
FUSE BLOCKS AND PANELS ATO/ATC FUSE BLOCKS Part Number Description #30109-7 #30110-7 #30111-7 #30112-7 #30113-7 #30114-7 • • • • • • • • • • • A B C 52mm 52 mm 52 mm 52 mm 52 mm 52 mm 33mm 65 mm 93 mm 130 mm 158 mm 188 mm Part Number Description 4-Way Case 6-Way Case 8-Way Case 10-Way Case • • • • • • Holds slip on mini fuses. 15 amps per circuit @12V DC. Includes water resistant dust cover with rubber seal. Contact: Nickel plated copper alloy. Cover material: Polycarbonate Base material: Nylon UL 94V0 55mm 86 mm 116 mm 153 mm 163 mm 210 mm COMPACT ATO/ATC FUSE BLOCKS #31000-7 #31003-7 #31005-7 #31007-7 Accommodates .250 male blade fuses. 15 amps per circuit @ 12V DC. Includes water resistant cover with rubber seal. Contact: Nickel plated copper alloy. Cover material: Polycarbonate Base material: Nylon UL 94V0 D 42mm 42 mm 42 mm 42 mm 42 mm 42 mm 2-Way Case 4-Way Case 6-Way Case 8-Way Case 10-Way Case 12-Way Case 30 amps per circuit @ 12V DC. Cases accommodate 2 to 12 fuses. ATO/ATC blade fuse holder for slip-on terminals. Clear acrylic dust cover with bolt-style screw included. #30110 and #30111 also available in retail packaging. A 36.5 36.5 36.5 36.5 mm mm mm mm B 27 27 27 27 mm mm mm mm C D 65 mm 85 mm 105 mm 115 mm 80 mm 100 mm 120 mm 140 mm C D 65 mm 85 mm 105 mm 115 mm 80 mm 100 mm 120 mm 140 mm MINI FUSE BLOCKS Part Number Description #31010-7 #31013-7 #31015-7 #31017-7 4-Way Case 6-Way Case 8-Way Case 10-Way Case A 36.5 36.5 36.5 36.5 mm mm mm mm B 27 27 27 27 mm mm mm mm Fuse Panel with Common Ground For ATO/ATC fuses or plug-in circuit breakers. #10-32 stud terminal with hex nut, flat washer and lock washer supplied. Four .218 diameter mounting holes for #10 screws. No cover required due to recessed fuse contacts. ATO/ATC FUSE PANELS • Similar to fuse panel (#31020-31027) on left except these models include common ground terminals. Part Number Description Part Number Description #31020-7 #31023-7 #31025-7 #31027-7 6-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel 8-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel 10-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel 12-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel #31030-7 #31033-7 #31035-7 #31037-7 6-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel with Ground Terminals 8-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel with Ground Terminals 10-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel with Ground Terminals 12-Way ATO/ATC Fuse Panel with Ground Terminals Phone: 952-941-9073 www.wirthco.com www.batterydoc.com Fax: 952-941-0659 19 .
The Interior Design Program at California State University, Sacramento has a regional reputation as a leading design school, and is recognized as a nationally accredited program. The four year program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design and offers two concentrations: Interior Architecture and Interior Design Marketing. The Interior Design Program provides students with the technical, creative, and critical thinking skills needed to enter the interior design profession. The breadth of courses in the program reflects the importance of both a liberal arts background and professional preparation in the design field. Courses encompass the study of design history and theory, aesthetics, graphics, lighting, space planning, computer-aided design, interior construction, and professional practice. The Interior Design curriculum provides comprehensive coverage in all the major areas of training, including concept development, design, communication, presentation, construction and professional services. Many of the course assignments are based on actual design projects. Guest lecturers and professional panel critiques and discussions as well as building tours of outstanding projects are all important parts of the curriculum. Community service projects and pre-professional internships help to maintain a strong connection to the community and profession. The Interior Design major at California State University, Sacramento is one of the most highly sought after programs in Northern California and is considered an “impacted program” within the CSU system. As such, students...
The UNWTO World Tourism Barometer aims at providing all those involved in tourism with up-to-date statistics and adequate analysis, in a timely fashion. Issues cover short-term tourism trends, a retrospective and prospective evaluation of current tourism performance by the UNWTO Panel of Experts, and a summary of economic data relevant for tourism. The information is updated throughout the year. Available in English, French, Spanish and Russian Tourism Towards 2030 UNWTO Tourism Towards 2030 is UNWTO’s long-term outlook and assessment of future tourism trends from 2010 to 2030. It is a broad research project building on UNWTO’s on-going work in the ﬁeld of long-term forecasting, initiated in the 1990s. Key outputs of the study are quantitative projections for international tourism ﬂows up until 2030, based on data series on international tourist arrivals by subregion of destination, region of origin and mode of transport for the period 1980-2010. Available in English Key Outbound Tourism Markets in South-East Asia Asia and the Paciﬁc is not only a major tourism destination region but also an increasingly important tourism outbound market. This study, a collaborative project between Tourism Australia (TA) and UNWTO, aims to provide an up-to-date perspective of the major tourism trends in ﬁve...
Note: The following instructions were written for a 2005 WRX STi. The procedure may be slightly different for different models or years. This installation should be done with the suspension loaded and the wheels on level ground. (Notes for Wagon Installation added in red) 1. Remove seat bottom by removing the two bolts (one on each side). 2. Remove seat back by removing the three bolts (left, right, and center). (Wagon: Remove seat backs by folding seats down and unbolting center bracket from the seat backs. Then pull seat backs out of the side mount/pivot points by pulling toward the center of the car.) 3. Remove the two vertical bars (left and right) by removing the four bolts each (two at the top and two at the bottom). Remove the trunk trim panel by removing the four plastic clips (circled). (Wagon: This step does not apply to Wagon Installations) 4. Remove the two side seatbelts by removing the bolt shown. (Wagon: This step does not apply to Wagon Installations) 5. Remove the three nuts on each strut top.
INSTALLATION QUESTIONS? CALL TECHNICAL SUPPORT AT 1-800-798-0813 1. Open the tailgate and remove cargo area cover (A). Under the cover remove the trays from the center and the driver side of the vehicle (B) by removing the plastic fasteners holding them in place (C). 2A. 2009-2013 Forester- The harness connector is on the driver side under the trays (D,E). 2B. Outback Wagon- The harness connector is tucked up behind the driver side inner fender trim, just visible near the rubber grommet in the ﬂoor and the cargo anchor (F). 2C. XV Crosstrek / 2014 Forester- The harness connector is on the driver’s side. Pull back on the rear trim panel to locate the vehicle’s harness connector (G,H). 3. Insert the harness connector into the vehicle’s connector taking care that it is fully inserted with locking tabs in place (I). 4. Adhere the black converter box to the frame of the car using the double-sided tape provided. Secure any loose parts of the T-Connector with the cable ties provided. WARNING! Verify miscellaneous items that may be hidden behind or under any surfaces before drilling to avoid damage to vehicle and/or personal injury. 5. Locate a suitable grounding point near the connector such as an existing screw with nut in the vehicle’s frame or drill a 3/32” hole and secure white ground wire using eyelet and screw provided. 6. Install red 10 amp fuse into the inline fuse holder.
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