DB8014 i think is the 4 spot ground (http://www.midtownsounds.com/db8014.html), which I think you could just use two of those (one power one ground) but if you have to have a fused power dist block take a look at http://www.midtownsounds.com/tsfdb4-manl.html
The title is a little confusing because it says (4) 4ga or 8ga out, but then you read the descrition, it says (2) 4ga out and (2) 8ga out. So Im not sure, but this should get you started.
It looks like Ian used 2x of the DB8014, but not sure. Maybe he can confirm.
I hesitate to get started on this subject because it can get complicated.
I prefer using the 5511e Blue Sea dual circuit switch in conjunction with any ACR/VSR. There are multiple applications when the switch is needed to manually circumvent the ACR/VSR. It could be for AC shore charging when you want truly isolated battery banks. It could be on a very large audio system with a very large stereo battery bank after a long playtime at rest and as a result the functionality of the ACR/VSR has been exceeded and it won't combine. It could be during for a long weekend at a distant destination where you may be camping and have no access to AC shore power.
You can do many of the same functions with a rewiring of a conventional dual battery switch but the function won't match the switch nomenclature and that would be more than a pain.
A simple On/Off battery switch can facilitate one additional function but can't duplicate the multiple functions of a 5511e.
So there's my vote.
Ian is this the seletor you added to the ACR?
David, I assume this 4 position would work 1, 2, 1+2 and off
http://bluesea.com/products/6007 i believ this is what is installed with my 12 XLV with the pro mariner sport 20 charger.. i too would like the acr as i had the bepVSr in the old boat.
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