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Peter Kennedy has been in  business since 1991 designing, installing and servicing marine electrical systems. The purpose of this blog is to offer support to both professional installers and  do-it-yourself boat owners who wish to undertake this work themselves.
Peter Kennedy has been in  business since 1991 designing, installing and servicing marine electrical systems. The purpose of this blog is to offer support to both professional installers and  do-it-yourself boat owners who wish to undertake this work themselves.

Blue Sea Systems custom panel: What will it look like when installed?

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 3/1/2018 to Circuit Breaker Panels
The custom panel program from Blue Sea Systems lets you design your own panel online and produces an image of what it will look like. Its not quite the same as seeing it installed of course. Here is how one panel turned out.

Custom panel rear view

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 7/10/2017 to Circuit Breaker Panels
This is an actual panel built to order for a customer and it is going in a specialized off road vehicle.

Custom sub-panel for Amel 54

Posted by Administrator on 9/12/2015 to Circuit Breaker Panels
This is just a small sub-panel on this French built saiboat. Part of the panel is 12 volt and part is 24 volt

Small sailboat custom panel that incorporates some existing equipment

Posted by Administrator on 3/26/2014 to Circuit Breaker Panels
This small sailboat got a custom 360 Panel from Blue Sea Systems that was required to incorporate an existing Blue Sea Systems digital meter and another brand digital meter

Sabre 54 Fly Bridge Sedan uses Blue Sea Systems custom panels

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 11/6/2013 to Circuit Breaker Panels
Sabre 54The circuit breaker panels on this Sabre 54 Fly Bridge Sedan and custom made from the Blue Sea Systems 360 Series modular panel system.

A simple 230 Volt AC panel example

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 10/19/2013 to Circuit Breaker Panels
Custom PanelBlue Sea Systems Custom 360-Series Circuit Breaker Panels.

This is a very simple 230 Volt AC panel that was shipped to New Zealand. The boat owner already had a single 360-Series panel on board which he liked so much he decided to redo the entire AC system and so this panel has a blank which will be replaced by his existing panel.

Custom AC/DC powerboat panel example

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 10/19/2013 to Circuit Breaker Panels
Custom poweboat panel This boat from Annapolis MD got a new Blue Sea Systems custom 360-Series AC/DC Panel. It was supplied by PKYS and installed by Yacht Electronic Systems.

40ft Sailboat custom panel

Posted by Administrator on 10/19/2013 to Circuit Breaker Panels
Custom 360 PanelThis panel was designed for a 40 ft. sailboat. It was designed by PKYS in conjunction with the owner who installed it all by himself.