Is the Key Largo company still operating? In fact, EzAcDc can be your one stop shop for a complete snap together wiring system for the accessory side of your boat. I just went to your site and am interested in your. Boat Design Net does not necessarily endorse nor share the view of each individual post. In addition to the accessory breakouts, our harness also includes a main power feed wire to supply power to your fuse panel. I'd be happy to try and help. Also, for any one interested, I found the electric panels at fisheriessupply. Maloney Boatowner's Mechanical and Electrical Manual, by Nigel Calder The 12 Volt Bible, by Miner K Brotherton and Ed Sherman All of these can also be purchased on line, or you might be able to find them at a used book store.
I'm located in Punta Gorda, southwest Florida. You have to determine which circuit the outlets are on and then from there determine the outlet prior to the failed outlet and trace back from there until you identify the point of failure. Thanks Hi, Our harness will work great for the accessory side of your boat wiring project. With each pump having a ground black , power Brown and auto brown with orange wire, how do I make this work? They are immediately and always powered. I work on small appliances now, which are all metric, but I build test fixtures using the English nuts and bolts. The info was helpfull and am quite pleased with the end result. Hello Ez, I am going to be buying one of your.
Probably 20% or more are sold elsewhere. You can then combine the harness with either our — which allows you to upgrade your existing switches and panel with new wiring — or one of our. The Europeans now want a bizzare new colour code. The silkscreen tells you which header are for what light or switch. Any information would be helpful. Feb 19, 2014 If she is now your Ex-girlfriend, you can probably have your Insurance pick up the tab for Vandalism.
You may also file a Restraining Order because if she can not get into your car, then she could Key it or mess with your tires. Also, I would be willing to bet that there has been alot of re-wiring and changes made to the wiring and electrical system of the boat. Connect the outgoing 240 volt load wires to terminals 2 and 4. You can print the Diagrams on their system. The design allows for even the most complex wire routing. Someday standards will be the same, but not just yet.
As soon as I figure out the size that will work on my boat, I will be ordering one of those too. On their panels, you are responsible to make all of the switch panel wiring connections. Any info on where to locate a basic lighting and accy. Instead, you may want to consider one of our which quickly snap together with one of our. There is no need to crimp on your own connect. Your circumstances or experience may be different.
So basically there was nothing wrong with the old way, it just didn't agree with what everyone else was doing. I still can't see what's wrong with the one we had. Boating Magazine's Powerboater's Guide to Electrical Systems by Ed Sherman Boatowner's Illustrated Handbook of Wiring, by Charlie Wing Your Boat's Electrical System, by Conrad Miller and E. Greg Luckett What was wrong with the old imperial system, where red, yellow and blue were mains phases, and black was neutral? I'm afraid I did not do enough research before buying a used 2008 Key Largo 196 Center Console with Yamaha 150. All of our components bilge pumps, navigation lights, etc. The wire harness that you purchased will plug directly into any of our switch panels. If it is vertical and the boat is covered, the boots are not very attractive and I would not opt for them.
Hi all, this is my first posting and am amased at the vast amount af solid info on this site! I agree that the three switch small boat system is too small for your application. Blue was often used for -V if the situation required it. We use marine grade tinned wiring and components for all of our systems. Any of the panels will plug directly into the harness above and will provide you with new wiring for your navigation lights red,green, and white , courtesy lights, horn, bilge pump, livewell pump, and docking lights along with a 12 v receptacle. Most boats simply use red for positive and black for negative for each accessory.
Power for a device leaves the helm connector and goes directly to the device. Standards varying by industry, locatione, etc. Others may be along the edge facing the bottom of your machine. Kevin Hi Kevin, I recently bought one of your for my older cruiser. Does anyone know where or how to obtain such information.