When you think it's all done and it isn't!
A friend noted from my July 16th update that there were typos on some
of my labels. For instance, it's written "probihited" and
"accrobaties". Well, glad I have those easy to change labels!
Then, I realized I had a "bug" in the design of my electrical
system. The way I wanted to use two contactor test switches with a
single master switch was bogus and would make the contactors close if I
getting in a situation where I'd have one charged and one discharged
batteries. I removed the master switch, moved the second ignition
switch and modified the arrangement of the battery switches.
July 16, 2003 update:
I installed the placards and switch labels on the panel. I used
the method described on Sam Buchanan's RV Journal web site. I bought
Avery 05665 Clear Full Sheet Labels on which I printed the labels and
placards. I then cut just outside the frame line of each label and
applied them directly on the panel. I'm not an artist so they are
not all straight... very hard to hold and position such a light sticky
label perfectly on the panel. I did remove labels a few times and
repositioned them... this worked fine and it seems to confirm that it's
gonna be easy to make new replacement labels if needed.
January 2004 modifications: