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    Question In-line fuses or circuit breakers for power protection ?

    Greetings!

    I am in the process of building a B737 simulator.

    Are other folks using fuses or circuit breakers between mains power, power reduction units and the simulator?

    If so, which is the best ones to use?

    Thanks, WilloW
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    Re: In-line fuses or circuit breakers for power protection ?

    Some information about powering a B737 flight simulator you can find here:

    http://www.flying-the-winglets.de/Power1.html

    Ruediger

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    Re: In-line fuses or circuit breakers for power protection ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Delphi View Post
    Some information about powering a B737 flight simulator you can find here:
    http://www.flying-the-winglets.de/Power1.html
    Ruediger
    Thanks Delphi - Great site with lots of information!

    I have decided to go with circuit breakers rather than fuses when I change my system. Best, WilloW
    Iain Williams (aka WiloW)
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