Sometimes when designing different robots to interface with the EZB(4). Consideration must be given to whether additional fuse protection may be needed or required.
If the EZB(4) is taken out of its housing then the fuse protection is left within the plastic shell. When connecting your choice of power to the now non-fused EZB(4) here is an option that can be built to protect your circuits. It is fairly easy to build and does not take up much space which is a good thing in the land of robots.
It consists of connecting Mini Deans connectors and soldering mini blade fuses of the amperage of your choice. The example pictured shows a 5 Amp fuse being used. And just a little red heat shrink tubing was also added.