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Old 16th April 2019, 05:59 PM   #31
pamantea is offline pamantea  Canada
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Hello,

I will have two amplifier boards, rectifier, raspberry pi, pi DAC+, and 4" screen, transformer, and Meanwell PSU.
The front, back, side, side, and bottom will be made of wood and the top made of plexiglass.

For standoffs: should I be using Nylon to prevent inadvertent grounding of the different boards to the chassis?
I was considering adding a thin layer of metal UNDER the bottom. Should I attach the ground to the bottom layer?
I have the Schurter 6090 switch: should I bypass the Neutral line fuse? I read somewhere having a fuse on the neutral wire is a bad idea. is this switch not a good switch for 120V?

Thank you
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Old 19th April 2019, 10:24 PM   #32
pamantea is offline pamantea  Canada
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Hello,

I will have two amplifier boards, rectifier, raspberry pi, pi DAC+, and 4" screen, transformer, and Meanwell PSU.
The front, back, side, side, and bottom will be made of wood and the top made of plexiglass.

For standoffs: should I be using Nylon to prevent inadvertent grounding of the different boards to the chassis?
I was considering adding a thin layer of metal UNDER the bottom. Should I attach the ground to the bottom layer?
I have the Schurter 6090 switch: should I bypass the Neutral line fuse? I read somewhere having a fuse on the neutral wire is a bad idea. is this switch not a good switch for 120V?

Thank you
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