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Old 05-21-2013, 01:38 PM
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Default Re: Turn on voltage for a Mga-4150 and Mga-11000h?

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Originally Posted by Aero_d2 View Post
I need to know, for the fusing for my relay, if possible. Thanks
If you look at my garage, you can get an idea of my set up..
Fuse size will be based on total amperage draw. However, turn-on voltage is low, like millivolt range low. In this instance a 5 or 10 amp fuse will be more than adequate. Ideally, you want to match the amperage max of the relay with the same fuse size (30 amp relay/30 amp fuse), but again, with turn-on voltage, 5 or 10 amps will be fine.
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