Looks OK to me. Tech info only states about how long things take to charge. I.E cell phone 2-3 hrs., video camera 6-8 Hrs. etc. It says trickle charge for 12v batteries, which is OK. You won't overcharge that way. It should keep your battery charged fully because, unless you have to use it for the pump, it will not be drained much. The controller is only $40 (you don't need or want that expensive one on the link you sent me. It's big and heavy), so overcharging definitely wouldn't be an issue. Brunton may also say, given your battery size, that you don't need the controller at all because 9 watt panel is only trickle charging and can't hurt the battery. Site says Solar-roll comes with a "multi-cord," and a "vehicle adapter." The vehicle adapter is probably a cigarette lighter adapter. The multi-cord however could be anything. Can you try calling them and telling them of your setup? The main concern is, and I don't want to give bad info, if you can clamp multi-cord directly to the battery terminals or if you need an adapter of some sort to connect to an actual battery charger. I'm not really familiar with the solar components as far as how they connect to different pieces of equipment. It says you can recharge a car battery. OK, but with what connectors? Are they extra? I don't think a 9 watt will overcharge your battery, I'm just trying to be safe here. Try and find a phone number and talk to a human at their facility. Find out if there is a certain adapter you need for each piece of equipment you intend to use or, if by going through the controller is the answer, or if one is needed at all. The controller looks like it has just the 2 leads. They can be modified to clamps with no problem. I'm assuming the multi-cord probably has a couple of alligator type clamps to connect to the battery, but what is it really? You might have to have some sort of AC plug type adapter to actually plug a charger into. The household charger I told you about for your battery in the last post is about the size of a cell phone charger. The Solar-Roll info says it will power/charge cell phones, video cameras. etc., so there may be some intermediate adapter necessary. The manual didn't say much about that at all, so I'm really unsure. As far as the power output you'll be fine with the 9 watt model, and $220 is a great price according to what I saw on Brunton's site. Everything I said above comes down to ONE thing. What kind of connectors/adapters are needed for your battery and the other pieces of equipment YOU will be using and do you really need the controller for a 12v/10amp sealed battery? They just don't say much about them.
As far as the"panel" install, no, you won't need in-line fuses if the panel is fused, as each circuit location is fused already.
Battery and box are nice aren't they?
Oh, one thing you might want to pick up for the battery plug and fuse ends to keep thing from corroding, is some silicone dielectric grease. Put a little on plug and socket of battery and any where else you'll have plug in or temporary connectors. It'll keep moisture from turning everything green and keep good connections in places you can unplug. A small tube from Radio Shack or the like will do.
I just found a phone number for Brunton. Give them a call direct. They're in NY at: 307-857-4700