BLUE SEA SYSTEMS
ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block Kit

$40.99

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Model # 16016206 | Mfg # 5024 | UPC # 632085050245

Clean up and protect wires run directly to the battery

Now there is an easy way to manage and organize wires run to battery terminals. Blue Sea Systems has developed a fuse block that connects directly to the battery terminals and provides four fused connections. Ideal for stereos, bilge pumps, USB outlets, and other circuits that require constant power and tailored circuit protection. Included in the kit are both positive and negative terminal blocks; each is built on a heavy gauge tinned copper bus and provides a solid foundation for up to four terminals. The positive block incorporates four slots for ATC or ATO fuses (not included). A covers prevent accidental contact, complies with ABYC and USCG insulation requirements. The positive cover provides space for write-on labels. Also included are the required ring terminals to make the connections to the positive and negative bus bars.

Features:

  • Kit includes positive and negative terminal blocks
  • Accepts ATC and ATO fuses (not included) that can be tailored to circuit protection requirements
  • Includes ring terminals; four 16-14 AWG and four 12-10 AWG ring terminals
  • 30A Maximum fuse amperage (100A per block)
  • Ignition protected for installation in engine rooms of gasoline powered boats
  • Fuses sold separately
  • Lifetime warranty

Specifications

  • Circuits: 4
  • Maximum Voltage: 32V
  • Maximum Amperage: 30A
  • Mounting Hole: 3/8"
  • Terminal Screws: #8-32
  • Fuse Types: ATC and ATO fuses
  • Approvals: ISO 8846. SAE J1171

Fuses

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Specs

ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block Kit

Name Value
Amperage 100 Amps at 32 Volts DC
Mounting Hardware Panel; Mounting Hardware (Sold Separately)
Type Fuse Blocks
Warranty Details Lifetime

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