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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-16-2019, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
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Fuzeblock FZ-1

I have several accessories attached to my battery so I want to install a Fuzeblock FZ-1 which also has an internal relay which makes it possible to use swiched current. Several of my accessories already are connected to a relay and are protected by a fuse. Can I skip these relays and fuses when I connect everything to the Fuzeblock or do I just keep them? I hope Hans will read this

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Yep. The FZ-1 has the relay built in. It looks like you can select either or as well. I'd just caution you to make sure you have the total amperage coverage you need. It looks like a single 30 amp relay on there.

If you've done anything with a horn relay, that might need to be separate.
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A 30amp fuse on the feed from the battery+ or from the Starter Relay Battery post.
A Ground wire.
A trigger wire.
Less fuse holders and wiring.

The devices will be protected by the FZ-1 fuses(10 amp).

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