[Diy_efi] Fuserail Electrics - back in production
Sun Feb 12 15:59:06 UTC 2012
Going back into production on a fuserail for a particular model of GMH commodores in Australia,
The design however is also geared towards a general purpose restoration market, there
are means to adapt the layout to mount in cabins or on posts in engine bays for any
general purpose fusing requirement for older vehicles - even back to the days of the
rather older cars that only had one 50A fuse !
Standard electrical spades are used for connection, with LEDs for fuse fail indication and
LED used for system diagnostics as well as high bright white leds used for engine bay
illumination with drive from a 10min timer - if its a restoration you either want to show it
off or work on it - either way you need some good bright lighting :-)
Design details here:- http://niche.ii.net
Comments from satisfied customers and new orders for current batch on Australian forum here:-
There are also a few posts further down of relevance:-
Mike Massen BSc, Grad Cert FS&T.
Freelance Electronic Engineer, Food Scientist
Technology development in:- Power, Instrumentation, Pollution monitoring & Food production engineering.
Network Power Systems
Lab 08 9444 8961
Mb 0438 048961
(Calling from overseas, add +61 and drop the leading zero)
Perth, Western Australia
* Industrial quality Automotive VK to VR GMH Commodore Fuse Rail that wont warp or melt !
* RB30 Skyline/Nissan/VL Milspec ignition drivers with diagnostic features now in economy trials, production soon
* Twin tyres for most sedans, trikes and motorcycle sidecars, drive with one or more flat tyres
* Industrial grade PolyVinyliDeneChloride (PVDC Copolymer) in bulk, the very best
oxygen and water protective barrier you can find for circuit boards and embedded electronic equipment.
* Special 60KVA UPS with large battery cabinet, suit:- farm, chalets, solar system, remote communities far from grid $18,500
Web site under construction http://niche.ii.net
Pictures of visit to Mendulong (Sabah) re Remote Power Systems retrofit, http://members.iinet.net.au/~erazmus/Power/
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