Congratulations to you and Ava!
Lol, I firmly believe that electronics need every bit of anti-corrosion help they can get. Especially in a salt water environment. I always use wire terminations that are of the heat shrink variety. First crimped for a good mechanical connection, then heated so the cover melts over the termination and seals it with glue. They cost more, but you don’t have to do them twice.Don't just dangle that one out there... Do tell. And show!
Happy Holidays to you, well done on your adventure so far.
I seem to recall that Uma installed a Maxwell windlass - it's an NZ company. I installed one of their 12V windlasses (RC-8-6) last year. You can also see a recent episode of the 'Adventures of an old Seadog' YT channel (about 3 back in the series?) - Barry also installed a Maxwell windlass (he's actually in NZ now).Hey Pajo,
Congrats on the job, sounds interesting.
>High on my project list is an electric windlass...
Have you seen the Uma episode with the 48 volt windlass install. A company (I forget which) built a 48 volt windlass for them to test with the intention of producing them for the 48 volt EP crowd.