BLUE SEA SYSTEMS–BusBar 10 Screw + Circuits #8-32 Terminal Size
BusBar 10 Screw + Circuits #8-32 Terminal Size
AC: 130 Amps at 300 Volts
DC: 150 Amps at 48 Volts
|Dimensions||6 3/32" Length x 1 1/4" Width|
Two #10 Fasteners (Sold Separately)
|Warranty Details||Five Years|
Get your AC or DC wires shipshape with a 2 stud and 10 screw terminal bus bar.
This Blue Sea Systems bus bar is the industry standard and is a great way to organize and distribute power. Either behind the breaker panel or in the engine room, a bus bar can turn a spaghetti bowl of wire into something more organized and easier to troubleshoot. Use them to distribute the power from a single breaker to several loads; examples being navigation lights or cabin light circuits. They also provide a way to connect and disconnect wires as is required to un-step a mast; a must for sailors in the Midwest and New England. Sized to match the current loads, make sure that the bus bar you choose will handle the required amperage, plus some room for expansion.
- Great for collection of negative or AC ground circuits
- Great for positive distribution
- Two ¼"-20 Stainless steel studs allow high torque loads to reduce resistance in the connections feeding the bar
- Ten #8-32 terminal screws on a tin-plated copper bus bar secure, organize ring and maximize electrical contact
- Press-on insulation cover available (Model# 8648325, sold separately) allows the terminals to be attached to the bus bar from any direction and is ideal for applications required to have insulation protection by the ABYC
- Reinforced heat-resistant polycarbonate
- Lifetime warranty
- Maximum Voltage AC: 300V
- Maximum Voltage DC: 48V
- Continuous Rating AC: 130A
- Continuous Rating DC: 150A
- of terminals: 10 #8-32 screws
- of terminal studs: 2 ¼-20 studs
- Base material: Reinforced Polycarbonate
- Bus material: Tin-plated copper CDA 110/UNS 1000
- Dimensions: 5 5/8”L x 1 ¼” W x 1 3/8” H
- Weight: .37 Lbs.
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