Question about PPI2360 Car Audio Amplifier
If you connect the fuses in parallel yes. You can use 12v circuit breakers as long as they are the same fast/medium/slow
blow speed as the fuses the manufacturer recommends.
Thing is that most standard fuses are not made to exact standards and one of the two might blow earlier than the other which then in turn wil blow. I would go for either a 40 amp single fuse made for something other than a car situation and place that in the power line or get a 12v circuit breaker
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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