Medium Duty Battery Selector Switch with Key Lock
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PERKOMedium Duty Battery Selector Switch with Key Lock

$82.99

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Model # 115081 | Mfg # 8502DPUPC # 85226559624

Specs

Medium Duty Battery Selector Switch with Key Lock

Name Value
Amperage 250 Amps
Color Red
Dimensions 5 1/4" Diameter x 2 5/8" Depth
ISO Approved UL Listed
CE
Type Switch: Off/1/All/2
Voltage 6 to 32 Volts DC
Warranty Details Five Years

Product Overview

PERKO Medium Duty Battery Selector Switch with Key Lock

A tried and true design for a wide variety of applications.

Perko’s medium duty battery selector switches are super versatile. Because they are ignition protected, this switch can be installed almost anywhere, including engine rooms of gasoline powered boats. Compatible with 6V to 50V systems.

Key Features

  • Make before break feature allows switching between “1” “All” and “2” while the engine is running
  • Locking feature for added security against theft or protection while servicing the DC system
  • Fiber reinforced polycarbonate construction
  • Easy turn knob
  • Ignition protected
  • Five-year warranty

Specifications

  • Switch Type: Dual Battery switch disconnect
  • Switch Positions: 4
  • Battery Combine: Yes
  • Alternator Field Disconnect: no
  • Maximum Voltage: 6V-50V
  • Continuous Rating: 250A
  • Intermittent Rating (duration): 360A
  • Cranking Rating (30Sec): N/A
  • Battery Inputs: 2
  • Cable Size to meet ratings: N/A
  • Mounting Holes: # 10 Screws
  • Terminal Stud size: 5/16"
  • Dimensions: 5 ¼"dia x 2 5/8" D
  • Weight: 1 Lb. (estimated)
  • Approvals: UL Listed, CE

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