Built to last and look great in your flybridge or open cockpit
Each of these 12V waterproof panels can be oriented in any of four different ways to expand your mounting location options. The square circuit labels are designed to be placed above or below in the horizontal configuration, and to the right or left in the vertical. Rugged UV stabilized waterproof boots. All panels use ATO/ATC blade fuses. The bi-colored LEDs illuminate circuit labels to quickly reveal Off, On, or Blown circuits. Includes a set of common DC labels and a replacement fuse kit—a West Marine exclusive. Panels come loaded with 15A ATC fuses. 3.88" x 4.3", Gray.
- Functions: Distribution/Circuit Protection
- Switch Type: Toggle
- Mechanism: ATO/ATC blade fuses
- Terminal Material and Size: Female blade
- Waterproof: Waterproof (IP67)
- Meters: No
- Panel Material: UV-stabilized plastic
- Labels Included: Yes
- Lighting: Yes
- Mounting Hardware: Screws #6PH included
- Approvals: USCG, ABYC
- Warranty: Five years
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- Easy To Configure
- Easy To Use
- Reliable Performance
Comments about WeatherDeck Waterproof Panel, Four Position:
This is the best switch panel I have ever installed. It's darn near perfect. If you visit Bluesea.com they have some additional product info you can download, that I found useful for an alternate nav/anchor light configuration that I used. I also ordered a three position switch (momentary on-off-auto) which installed easily. I found this product to be easy to install, and to be of high quality. It came with 30 labels that cover most common items. You can order just about any label you want from Bluesea website, I ended up ordering the 60 label kit, which are priced reasonably, unless you want them shipped to Alaska, in which case the shipping from Bluesea is outrageous. It would be nice if they could have shipped the labels via USPS priority mail instead of only having UPS as an option.