I'm building a Pirotti Rebel and I intend to use PBUS throughout, and I would like to install a PowerBus to Bus adapter in the tail. There is space in the tail but it's limited to above or below the pipe, there is also some small space on the side of the pipe but it's tighter. The most space is above the pipe but I'm afraid of heat rising. My question is related to the adapter, how susceptible is it to heat?
I assume the adapter is a passive device unlike the PWM to BUS adapter. Have you seen others do the same?
I've included a picture of the adapter on a small cage on the top of the pipe (plane is inverted). The intent would be to secure the adapter to the top of the cage (other side of wood), so the wood would be between the pipe and the adapter, and I would use aluminum tape to try and insulate some of the heat away. Would this be acceptable from your point of view?