ANL Fuse Block for 35 to 750A Loads
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BLUE SEA SYSTEMSANL Fuse Block for 35 to 750A Loads


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Model # 10093821 | Mfg # 5503UPC # 632085055035


ANL Fuse Block for 35 to 750A Loads

Name Value
Amperage 35 to 751 Amps
Maximum 32 Volts DC
ISO Approved CE
Meets ABYC/USCG Requirements
Mounting Hardware ANL Fuses
Four 1/4" Screws (Sold Separately)
Type Fuse Blocks
Warranty Details Lifetime

Product Overview

Upgrade and protect your DC system with an ANL fuse block

Blue Sea Systems design their products to handle the marine environment while making installation and maintaining them simple. Appropriate  for use on the DC main and other high amperage circuits, this fuse block has swing-out design which allow fuse replacement without removal of the fasteners. Stainless steel terminal studs are molded into the heat resistant base and provide the strength to stand up to high torque loads required for the best possible contact. The included cover satisfies ABYC and USCG requirements and has knock-outs that allow cables to be run in almost any direction. A wide selection of compatible fuses makes this fuse block the right choice for your boat.

Key Features

  • Stainless steel 5/16" terminals molded into base to stand up to high torque and provide excellent contact
  • Includes cover to meet ABYC and USCG requirements
  • Cover break-outs allow cables to be run in any direction
  • Swing-out design allows fuse replacement without removal of fasteners
  • Ignition protected when used with ANL Ignition protected fuses
  • Compatible with fuses up to 750A


  • Voltage: 32V
  • Amperage: 750A
  • Cable Size: 4/0AWG
  • Terminal Studs: (2) 5/16"-18
  • Material: Reinforced polycarbonate base, stainless steel terminal studs, tin-plated copper mounting bocks
  • Dimensions: 7"L x 2"W x 2 3/8"H
  • Approvals: UL flammability of 94V-0 (base material), ABYC, USCG

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