A-Series Black Toggle Double Pole Circuit Breakers
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BLUE SEA SYSTEMSA-Series Black Toggle Double Pole Circuit Breakers

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Model # 3826534 | Mfg # 7234UPC # 632085072346


Product Overview

Industry standard Double pole circuit protection

Electrical systems are unique to each boat and boater. With changes in the equipment and accessories a change is usually required at the breaker panel. Blue Sea Systems makes it simple. The A-Series circuit breakers combine circuit protection and switching into a toggle switch and are designed to fit Blue Sea Systems traditional metal panels for a quick change to the correct protection. All A Series breakers are now CE marked and continue to meet ABYC and USCG standards. These breakers are capable of handling short start-up current surges found in electric motors and other appliances without tripping. For added safety, a Trip-Free feature prevents the toggle from being held in the ON position when a fault is detected. These double pole breakers are available in 15A-50A protection ratings.

Key Features

  • Compatible with Blue Sea Systems traditional metal panels
  • Combines switching and circuit protection in a toggle switch
  • Compatible with AC and DC circuits
  • Trip free feature prevents breaker from being held in ON position when a fault is detected on either of the two poles
  • Lifetime warranty


  • Amperage:15A, 16A, 20A, 30A, 32A, 50A
  • Actuator Style:Raised Rocker
  • Poles:2
  • Maximum Voltage:120V AC, 240V AC, 32V DC
  • Interrupt Capacity: 
    • 1500A @ 250V AC (TUV)
    • 3000A @ 120V AC,
    • 3000A @ 240V AC
    • 3000A @ 250V AC (UL 1077)
    • 7500A @ 65V DC
  • Circuit Breaker Type:Magnetic-Hydraulic- trip free
  • Mounting Screw:#6-32
  • Terminal Screw:#10-32

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