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Fuzeblock vs. Centech AP-2

I'm looking for comments and comparison of the Fuzeblock vs. Centech AP-2.

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Re: Fuzeblock vs. Centech AP-2

I use the A-P2. No reason and cant compare it to the other, but I am happy with it.

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Re: Fuzeblock vs. Centech AP-2

I do not have either one. But I just examined both by Googling. Fuzeblock appears to be better since it has built in relay for switched power. With the relay included Fuzeblock is cheaper than Centech AP-2. In addition Fuzeblock seems to be more weather resistant.

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I do not have either one. But I just examined both by Googling. Fuzeblock appears to be better since it has built in relay for switched power. With the relay included Fuzeblock is cheaper than Centech AP-2. In addition Fuzeblock seems to be more weather resistant.
Built in relay could be a detriment. if elay goes bad that is a bit of problem. with Centech you could easily just replace relay.

Also i believe fuzeblock only handles up to 30 Amps, Centech AP-2 handles up to 60.
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