The issues with your ride's electrical system are something you shouldn't take for granted. This is because it could spell the difference between a safe and enjoyable ride and an uncomfortable and disastrous one. Can you just imagine what it would feel like if your headlights stop functioning while you're in the middle of a long drive? That sounds like a disaster, right? So if you think you're having problems with your electrical system, even if it's as simple as the need for a fuse or terminal block, have it resolved as soon as you can.
If what you need is a new terminal/fuse block, we think we can be of help to you. Just a couple of months ago, we have fitted our ride with the Battery Doctor terminal block, particularly the brand's mini-fuse block. We'll share with you our experience, so you'll see if it is up to scratch.
- 15 amps per circuit at 12-volt DC
- Comes with water-resistant dust cover with rubber seal
- ATM mini-blade fuse holder designed for slip-on terminals
- Contact made from nickel-plated copper alloy
- Polycarbonate cover material
- Nylon UL94V0 base material
- This fuse block gives us peace of mind knowing that it provides our ride with additional circuit protection. We've long been thinking of having a customized block to act as the hub for all the fuses that protect our ride's electrical circuit, and thankfully, this Battery Doctor product seems to be the best answer to that need.
- It may be too early to judge its durability, but with the rate things are going, it seems like this terminal block can withstand the varying temperature in the area it is installed in and will pretty much last long in service.
- While this is basically a wiring harness protector, it doesn't mean that it doesn't need protection as well. We're thankful that this fuse block comes with its own water-resistant dust cover, protecting not just the fuses and wiring harness but the contact and the block's base material as well.
- This fuse block will work perfectly well if it is compatible with the rest of the components it needs to work hand in hand with, so we advise you to be very careful when choosing a block. You have to consider the application you need the block for, amperages, the specs of fuse blocks, the number of fuse circuits, and the way it will be mounted.
Our final thought
It may be kind of difficult to choose the right terminal or fuse blocks because of the different factors you have to consider, but if you really want additional protection for your wiring harness, this is the way to go. Overall, we think this Battery Doctor product is worth our every cent.