In a simple DC circuit consisting of a battery, a fuse, a switch, and a load, does it matter if the switch or fuse are on the positive side of the battery, or the negative?
Electrons flow from negative to positive, right? But I usually see the fuse and switch on the positive side of the battery.
Would someone set me right on this. It would solve a wiring problem if I could put the main battery cut-off switch between the battery and the load on the negative side.
Thanks for any help you can give me.