Originally Posted by telejunkie
as i'm sure you have or will read...make sure your control box is oversized. Nothing worse than trying to cram everything in small box.
Plus 1 on this suggestion and also the suggestion to read through the wiki. I just finished rebuilding my BCS-460-based system. My original config was way too cramped and I didn't even have a control panel, so everything was controlled via the web interface.
My upgraded version includes a control panel that gives me a bit more flexibility. I don't have a cheat sheet but I have a few pics on my blog
that might give you some ideas.
I use my system to control my HERMS, so two heating elements and a pump for a total of three SSR's. My control panel consists of (2) two-way switches for the elements, (1) three-way switch for pump, and a momentary switch that allows me to advance to the next state in a process. The two-way switches are just off-on, so when they're in the "off" position, the elements aren't powered up and when they're in the "on" position they're controlled automatically by the BCS460. The three-way switch for the pump is essentially an auto-off-manual switch. I'd strongly suggest going with these 'cause there may be times that you want to manually run your pumps without running a process.