Boat Show 2018 - DIY Marine Electrical Connections

PYS hosted a “hands on” class at the Vancouver Boat Show to review marine electrical connections, which included proper crimping techniques, heat-shrinking tips & tricks and battery connectors. Sign up for the PYS Newsletter: https://confirmsubscription.com/h/r/2EC1B4B1139EB78D Jeff Cote is a systems design engineer and owner of Pacific Yacht Systems, a full service shop delivering marine electrical and navigation solutions for recreational boats. Visit the PYS website and blog for info and articles on marine electrical systems, projects and testimonials. Website: www.pysystems.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pacificyachtsystems/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pacificyachtsystems/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pysystems

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PYS hosted a “hands on” class at the Vancouver Boat Show to review marine electrical connections, which included proper crimping techniques, heat-shrinking tips & tricks and battery connectors. Sign up for the PYS Newsletter: https://confirmsubscription.com/h/r/2EC1B4B1139EB78D Jeff Cote is a systems design engineer and owner of Pacific Yacht Systems, a full service shop delivering marine electrical and navigation solutions for recreational boats. Visit the PYS website and blog for info and articles on marine electrical systems, projects and testimonials. Website: www.pysystems.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pacificyachtsystems/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pacificyachtsystems/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pysystems

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Roman D
Roman D - 2 years ago
Thanks!!!
WyrGuy2
WyrGuy2 - 3 years ago
I 100% agree with your philosophy of good enough IS NOT good enough! Do it right or don’t do it at all and find someone that will do it right, every time! The issue with previous owners and their risk tolerance vs your own is I’ve found that some previous (or even current) owners have no idea at all how dangerous or unsafe something they’ve done is... Their technical knowledge level is soooo low, they really don’t actually make a risk assessment of their wiring... (ie: it ‘works’ therefore everything is good, now they’ll dislocate their shoulder patting themselves on the back!) Trying to convince those types is almost as hard as convincing the ‘know-it-all’ types that’s they’re not on the right track... (suffering with cognitive dissonance)

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