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First attempt at posting more on our vendor forum... here's a sample of just a few that have gone out of here in the past few weeks. Finally got someone snapping some photos before they go out. This time of year we're shipping a dozen or more switch panels per work day.

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Classic Seacraft acrylic dash upgrade. RGB backlighting



White ABS, contura II switches, blue.


We do a ton of contender switch and dash panels

Contender boat switch panel - blue boca switches

Contender switch panel upgrade - custom laser etched blue switches - backlit white logo

Everglades dash panel upgrade - switches and dash

Everglades switch panel, livewell lid, vanity plate



switch panel for boat - USB charger contura size - wire harness

Mavrick switch panel, marine grade

small blower switch panel plate with text

cool backlit logo - cobalt carbon material

long switch panel, 20A switches, white etched and backlit

night illuminated custom logo on this contura II dash panel

cool large logo on this switch panel with blue pushbutton switches


I'll pause here b/c the panel below was deesigned on our website using our E-Panel builder - a tool to configure your own boat switch panel online:
https://newwiremarine.com/product/e-panel-builder/


This was an E-Panel - you can use it on our site to configure your own custom panel


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Hello. The second picture down, the white ABS with contura II switches, what is the height on that? 4”? I was playing with your panel builder and it looks like that is the minimum height for those type of switches with breakers below. Just trying to get an idea of size. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by jtav2002 View Post
Hello. The second picture down, the white ABS with contura II switches, what is the height on that? 4”? I was playing with your panel builder and it looks like that is the minimum height for those type of switches with breakers below. Just trying to get an idea of size. Thanks!
@jtav2002 - 3 3/4” or 4”... yeah right around there.

you can do 3 3/4” on Epanel with no proof with breakers.
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Originally Posted by NewWireMarine View Post
@jtav2002 - 3 3/4” or 4”... yeah right around there.

you can do 3 3/4” on Epanel with no proof with breakers.
Thanks for the info! Looking down near the end the basic panel labeled “switch panel for boat - USB charger contura size - wire harness”......is that the material I would get choosing them matte black option in the e panel? And those switches would be the rocker ones? That’s what I’m looking to do a basic black panel with those switches. About 6 switches and nothing else. I would assume just doing the e builder would be my best option?
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Originally Posted by jtav2002 View Post
Thanks for the info! Looking down near the end the basic panel labeled “switch panel for boat - USB charger contura size - wire harness”......is that the material I would get choosing them matte black option in the e panel? And those switches would be the rocker ones? That’s what I’m looking to do a basic black panel with those switches. About 6 switches and nothing else. I would assume just doing the e builder would be my best option?
jtav2002 Yes, that's matte black material - and it's contura V, etched, backlit switches.

Find them here on the E-Panel builder:


Etched, backlit switches


Here's a few more example panels:


matte black panel, white contura V switches

matte black panel, white contura V switches

matte black panel, white contura V switches - logo

matte black panel, white contura V switches - backlit logo

one with logos, gauges

dark sheffield material, but same white switches.

matte black panel, white contura V switches

switches backlight - night readable

brushed silver, same switches, logo

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Following along here as I’ve been talking back and forth with Melanie/Michael trying to get a few kinks worked out before I submit mine to be built. Gets me excited seeing all these you’re posting.
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Blue Push Buttons, w/breakers
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Originally Posted by steve76 View Post
Following along here as I’ve been talking back and forth with Melanie/Michael trying to get a few kinks worked out before I submit mine to be built. Gets me excited seeing all these you’re posting.
awesome, both great people to work with... They will take good care of you!

Post your unboxing pic here when it comes in!

Thanks!
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Got mine in about a week ago and finally finished the installation. I love the new etched lighted rocker switches. The new panel looks a lot cleaner than my old factory toggle switch panel. I was on the fence between the abs white or black carbon fiber but kinda wished I’d have opted for the black carbon fiber panel now. I believe it would’ve offset all the white on the dash but was thinking I’d try to keep it looking more factory. Still a lot better and definitely cleaner.

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More example switch panels:



Small switch panel for Yellowfin

Aquasport switch panel with stainless pushbuttons

Contender recessed dash panel - acrylic

Contender switch panel with bocatechs

Blue LED reculator switch panel, large

Edgewater dash panel with stainless push buttons wired

before and after acrylic boat dash

Seapro switch panel replacing glove box blue LED

dash panel for Pathfinder

Bonita boats switch panel with etched switches

Carbon fiber (Cobalt Carbon) dash panel with bocatech switches

Oceanmaster switch panel for dash

This panel went on an older Viking

Classic panel with toggles for Bertram

An upgrade for a Freeman boat
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Do you have any examples of a Everglades 243 panel you all have done?
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hill1 - not seeing an Everglades 243 after pictures. We have some of a 350CC, but big difference between those.

Does it look like this?


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Here's the 350 FWIW


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Can you PM me a price of the Seavee switch panel in post 5. 10 switches and one 12v plug, 2' of panel lead wires to block. My panel is the same but I need a toggle hole to the far left for fuel tanks. I can send pics of mine if needed. Thank you.





Originally Posted by NewWireMarine View Post
jtav2002 Yes, that's matte black material - and it's contura V, etched, backlit switches.

Find them here on the E-Panel builder:


Etched, backlit switches


Here's a few more example panels:


matte black panel, white contura V switches

matte black panel, white contura V switches

matte black panel, white contura V switches - logo

matte black panel, white contura V switches - backlit logo

one with logos, gauges

dark sheffield material, but same white switches.

matte black panel, white contura V switches

switches backlight - night readable

brushed silver, same switches, logo
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Originally Posted by capecod26 View Post
Can you PM me a price of the Seavee switch panel in post 5. 10 switches and one 12v plug, 2' of panel lead wires to block. My panel is the same but I need a toggle hole to the far left for fuel tanks. I can send pics of mine if needed. Thank you.
Sorry, I'm not seeing any SeeVee panel anywhere in this thread. Can you screenshot and send to sales@newwiremarine.com? We'd love to get you a quote I'm just not sure what kind of switch, etc without knowing what picture you're referencing.. thanks!
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Originally Posted by NewWireMarine View Post
Sorry, I'm not seeing any SeeVee panel anywhere in this thread. Can you screenshot and send to sales@newwiremarine.com? We'd love to get you a quote I'm just not sure what kind of switch, etc without knowing what picture you're referencing.. thanks!
sent you a email with pics., thanks
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How does the back lighting work? Is the back of the panel painted then etched and covered before lights go on?
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Originally Posted by 2TDave View Post
How does the back lighting work? Is the back of the panel painted then etched and covered before lights go on?
It varies by product - we stock over 25 materials we use to produce various results specific for each customer. Very rarely (for specific color combos maybe) would we recommend spray painting clear clear acrylic... there are several disadvantages to that. Most of the time we're using professionally heat laminated material made for this purpose. But in general - yes, the substrate is clear or unpigmented, and the opaque layer is lasered off, with lighting added to the rear.

Send us a picture or sketch of what you had in mind and your panel estimator can discuss the pros and cons of any of our materials as they relate to your specific needs! sales@newwiremarine.com 843 297-8348
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Where do you find the boat manufacture logo's on the E-Panel Builder page online? Any discount for here?
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Originally Posted by FishInHatteras252 View Post
Where do you find the boat manufacture logo's on the E-Panel Builder page online? Any discount for here?
FishinHatteras - Logos are not a default item available on the E-Panel. You could: 1) Request a PDF Proof in step 4. 2) Insert logo instructions into production comments, 3) add cost as identified on the help page: https://newwiremarine.com/e-panel-help-center/ (depending on options you want for size, backlighting, etc). Call: (843) 297-8348 if you need help determining that.

Or - probably easier, is email a picture of sketch to: sales@newwiremarine.com or submit a custom panel RFQ: https://newwiremarine.com/dash-panel-rfq/ and one of our helpful panel sales reps will guide you through the entire process.

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