Guts of a Sauer Danfoss controller
Inside of a Sauer Danfoss controller. If you look closely, you can see a cold solder joint on one of the components. It took me a week to dig out all the potting. The black thing to the left of the screw is the programming port, kinda like doing the old eProm. Also note that the wiring looks to be protected by fuses. At least back in my electronic days, a "F" component designation meant a fuse. Curious as to why inputs would be protected by a fuse that is potted and can't be replaced.
2002 Country Coach Intrigue