ST Blade 6-Position Fuse Block
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BLUE SEA SYSTEMSST Blade 6-Position Fuse Block


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Model # 13176466 | Mfg # 5035UPC # 632085050351


ST Blade 6-Position Fuse Block

Name Value
Amperage 100 Amps at 24 Volts DC
ISO Approved ABYC/USCG Requirements
Mounting Hardware ST Blade Fuses (Sold Separately)
Type Fuse Blocks
Warranty Details Lifetime

Product Overview

Organize and protect circuits with a covered fuse block

Fuse Blocks are an effective method of protection to prevent damage to wiring and possible fire in the event of an over-loaded or short circuit. These Blue Sea Systems space-saving fuse blocks can provide protection for new installations or when the panel has run out of breakers. Often used for electronic installations, these fuse blocks can be fed by one breaker from the distribution panel and supply power to 6 additional circuits. Their compact size allows them to be installed in tight spaces close to the loads they protect. A clear cover satisfies ABYC and USCG requirements for unsulation and hold spare fuses and offer recesses for labels

Key Features

  • Positive distribution bus with #8-32 stud
  • Cover satisfies ABYC/USCG requirements for insulation, incorporates an easy to open push button latch providing easy access to fuses, storage for two spare fuses, and label recesses that accept Blue Sea Systems" Small Format Labels
  • Tin-plated copper buses and fuse clips give up to 30A per circuit protection
  • Accepts ring or snap fork type terminals
  • Accepts ATO® and ATC® fast acting blade fuses
  • Fuses sold separately
  • Lifetime warranty


  • Circuits: 6
  • Maximum Amperage: 30A per circuit
  • Maximum Voltage: 32V
  • Mounting: # 8 screw
  • Bus fasteners: #8-32 with captive star washer
  • Dimensions: 5 1/8"L x 2 1/8"W x 1 ½"Deep
  • Weight: .35 Lbs.


Wiring Diagram

Dimensional Drawing

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