Hi guys, just want to confirm I'm not going overkill on diagramming my install this month. Project will be utilizing the trunk-mounted battery on stock electrical (Big 3 done later when I can order enough Knu), a Rockford P8004 and PG Octane-R 5.0:4. Both 4-channels will be running bridged 2-channel at 4 ohms (comes out to a spec'd 400x2 on the P8004 and 150x2 on the PG).
Point of this thread: the Navy taught me about "selective tripping," which is basically a fancy way of saying you have different trip points between each load and its source that go up the closer you get to the source. As I see it in the ca world, I could fuse each side of a distro to 10% over the fusing on each amp and the inline fuse for 10% over the combined fusing of the distro.
Am I overthinking this? Should I just fuse inline to the spec rating of the wire itself?
I'm all eyes/ears...