My control panel design hasn't been determined yet so for now I proudly display mine under Lexan so I can easily see the status of the LEDs. For now I am using the automatic reset feature rather than reset switches.
Turkey hollow and train friends, I am going ahead with the PSX-1AC units. I got 4 of them and the sonalerts for them. I am currently working on 2 tunnel entrances and don't want to stop to go back to wiring right now. But I should get to them in a week. They sure don't protect anything if they're not hooked up!
I am probably the clumsiest person you'd ever know and I expect to have plenty of problems with shorts and "doing the stupid" thing. So I need a system that looks out for me. I think these will be a good addition to the toolbox.
Thanks for everyone's replies and contributions to this thread. This has been very valuable.
Have two boards. Work perfectly trips on real shorts not the annoying momentary ones Worth the money since I use a ZW as my "brute force" supply, but still have a set of fuses, just in case worst case (but electronics have never been known to fail, ever, right? (just ask those Hubble Telescope people ))
GRJ--he's talking about the latest computer failure, not the mirror fiasco. But still, that thing has been up there so long that I am not sure how much we can expect. The Hubble enlarged our knowledge of the Universe beyond measure.