There is not a detailed history of the master panel used on each boat built. Please check the dimensions of the panel that is in need of replacement and the circuits you need to determine if this panel is suitable for your boat.
Click on the link to the Detailed PDF below for a copy of the drawing illustrating every feature and circuit on the panel.
1) This item does not conform to the shipping table in the Shopping Cart. Additional shipping must be calculated. When you place your order we always call with a shipping quote before billing your card. For a quote in advance, just call 800/959-7245.
2) The addition of the plastic safety box surrounding the AC components makes the total depth of the panel about 3-5/8". Behind the breakers the panel is about 2-7/8" thick including the jumpers. Although in most boats there is plenty of depth to accommodate the new panel, on some boat models and/or years, the original back lights and or negative bus bar
may have to be moved to make room for the full banks of breakers supplied on the new panels.
3) A plastic safety box was added to the rear of this panel to provide protection from live AC, and to make this new version of the old panel American Boat and Yacht Council
compliant. To make room for the plastic box, the panel had to be re-arranged. You may notice that the AC breakers on the left of the panel are lower than on earlier panels. This provided the clearance necessary that allows the panel to hinge open without the safety box hitting the top of the cabinet. When the panel was re-designed, the designers took advantage of that opportunity to add some new breaker positions (television, stereo, VHF, and fresh water pump).
4) Caution! Only use warm soapy water, no degreasers or harsh chemical cleaners, to clean the plastic panels.