I needed a fuse block that s hot all the time to power a clock in my EMS and to provide power to my second aux power port to enable a trickle charging ability and also a Usb port so I can charge a phone or tablet without the need to flip on the master switch. I also have room for three more items if needed. I plan to fuse the power supply at battery with a 10 amp in line fuse.
I ran a length of 14 AWG from battery to the bulkhead where the break lines run to the parking break and then installed the fuse block there on right side of parking break with appropriate hardware
Made labels for the power wire and covered with clear shrink tube
crimped on a ring connector on cabin side and covered with shrink tube but left the battery side only labled for connection later when im more sure of location