BLUE SEA SYSTEMS–e-Series Dual Circuit Battery Switch
e-Series Dual Circuit Battery Switch
|Cold Cranking Amps||1000 Amps|
|Dimensions||2 7/8" Length x 2 7/8" Width x 3" Height|
Meets UL 1500
|Voltage||12 Volts/24 Volts DC|
|Warranty Details||Five Years|
Simultaneously switches two isolated battery banks. A compact battery switch that offers multiple installation options that will stand alone or can be integrated into a larger system.
Blue Sea Systems e-Series battery switches can be installed in a variety of locations. A compact footprint and two mounting options make installation easy. They are ignition protected and can be located in the engine rooms of gasoline powered boats. The tactile texture of the switch face and knob allow operation by feel in low or no light situations. The one piece tin-plated copper terminal studs are long enough to accept multiple cables and will handle the torque required to create a secure connection that minimizes resistance.
- Compact design makes installation in tight places easy
- Multiple mounting options; can be installed on the surface or rear of the panel
- Can be used as a stand-alone switch or part of a larger system
- Ignition protected and can be mounted in the engine room of gasoline powered boats
- One Piece Copper studs are 7/8”long and accept multiple cables
- Tactile textures on face let operate the switch in low or no light
- Compatible hole pattern and face diameter with Perko and Guest low –amperage battery switches
- Included snap-out isolator covers and labels included
- Lifetime warranty
- Switch Type: Dual circuit
- Switch Positions: 2
- Battery Combine: No
- Alternator Field Disconnect: no
- Maximum Voltage: 32V
- Continuous Rating: 350A
- Intermittent Rating (duration): 525A (5min)
- Cranking Rating (30Sec): 700A
- Battery Inputs: 2
- Cable Size to meet ratings: 4/0
- Mounting Holes: # ¼"
- Terminal Stud size: 3/8"
- Dimensions: 3 5/8"dia x 2 5/8" D
- Weight: 1.30lb.
- Approvals: ABYC, UL 1107, UL 1500 and SAE J1171
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