The PDU will be in the $150 to $200 range I think. The cards range in the $15-$35 range depending on function. The Bluetooth module will be $75-100. The handle mounted multi-function computer will be more. It can't be cheap, but will be wicked cool. In order to build them we'll need to spend a lot of dough though. The tooling to build the first one will be around $25,000 (that's for the circuit board and epoxy encapsulation). That is certainly a challenge to overcome, but a worthy challenge for a worthy project.
We are in the middle of long term testing. Lonestrom will post up some photos of his testing rig soon I hope.
Originally Posted by OaklandStrom
Wow. Really impressive list of features.
I currently have an Easter Beaver fuse panel, a Skene LED controller and volt meter.
I think it's a great idea, and the only thing that will limit sales would be the cost. It obviously has more parts (and capabilities) than a the other high quality fuse blocks on the market; will the cost be similar? Double? x5?
Keep the updates coming!