ST Blade Fuse Block, 6 Independent Circuits
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BLUE SEA SYSTEMSST Blade Fuse Block, 6 Independent Circuits


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Model # 16932824 | Mfg # 5037UPC # 632085050375


ST Blade Fuse Block, 6 Independent Circuits

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

Product Overview

The ideal companion to an electronics installation or switch panel that does not provide circuit protection

Fuse blocks are an effective method of protection to prevent damage to wiring and possible fire caused by an over-loaded or short circuit. These Blue Sea Systems fuse blocks can provide protection from 1A-30A and are great for new installations or to combine branch circuits with inline fuses. Often used for electronic installations to tailor protection to each component, these fuse blocks are also a great when used in conjunction with switch panels that lack circuit protection. 6 independent position fuse block provides inline protection without a common positive or negative bus. Note: these fuse blocks do not include a cover. See link below for fuse blocks that include cover.


  • Compact design surface mounts for easy installation
  • Terminals are easily accessed from both sides
  • Tin-plated copper buses and fuse clips give up to 30A per circuit protection
  • Positive distribution bus with #8-32 terminal screws
  • Accepts ring or snap fork type terminals
  • Accepts ATO® and ATC® fast acting blade fuses
  • Fuses sold separately
  • Lifetime warranty


  • Circuits: 6
  • Maximum Amperage: 40A per jumped circuit group
  • Maximum Voltage: 32V
  • Mounting: # 8 screw
  • Terminal stud: #10-32
  • Dimensions 5037: 5 3/16"L x 2 1/8"W x 1 1/2"H


Fuse Blocks with Covers

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