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Pro Installer Dual Bank Control Battery Switch


Model # 15798952 | Mfg # 772-DBC
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This innovative (patent pending) switch combines the functionality of three battery switches (House, Start and Emergency Parallel) into one by simultaneously controlling two battery banks and two loads. In the unlikely case of engine malfunction, a unique safety position isolates one load (e.g. House ON/Start OFF) so emergency radios call can be made. With improved access for cabling and three mounting options, the 772-DBC battery switch offers significant savings in space and installation time.

Features & Benefits:

  • Industry standard footprint
  • Three mounting options—surface, rear-panel and front-panel
  • Compatible with metric and imperial mounting fasteners
  • User friendly design
  • Improved access for cables
  • Removable knob for isolation/safety
  • Includes back cover and three side panels for security and cable protection
  • Designed to withstand harsh marine environments
  • High temperature reinforced plastics


  •  Alternator Field Disconnect: Yes
  •  Continuous Amps: 400A
  •  AFD Field Contacts: 10A Continous Rating
  •  Intermittent Amps: 600A
  •  Maximum Momentary Rating: 1500A
  •  Switch Material: Reinforced Polycarbonate
  •  Terminal Size: Connection stud size: M10 (3/8"), AFD stud size M4 (5/32")
  •  Switch Dimensions: 3 7/8"H x 3 7/8"W x 3 5/8"D
  •  Waterproof Rating: P66—protection from powerful water jets, Ignition protected
  •  Approvals: Independently tested to meet UL1107 standards, CE
  •  Warranty: Five years

Pro Installer Dual Bank Control Battery Switch

Amperage 400 Amps
Cold Cranking Amps 1500 Amps
Color Red
Dimensions 3 7/8" Width x 3 7/8" Length x 3 5/8" Height
ISO Approved UL1107 Ignition Protection
Type On/Off Switches
Voltage 6/12/24/36 Volts Systems
Warranty Details Five Years

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