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Blue Sea 150 Ampere Common BusBars Stud Terminal

Blue Sea 150 Ampere Common BusBars Stud Terminal

Description

The Blue Sea 150 Ampere Common BusBars Stud Terminal features stainless steel studs that allow high torquing for excellent electrical current.

Features

  • Stud Design Provides Direct Terminal To Bus Contact For Low Resistant Connection
  • Tin-Plated Copper Bus For Maximum Conductivity And Resistance To Corrosion
  • Press On Insulating Cover Attaches To Studs And Allows Unobstructed Wire Access
List Price
$29.25
Your Price
$17.75
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Notable Specifications:
  • Continuous Amperage: 130 Amperes AC, 150 Amperes DC
  • Maximum Voltage Rating: 300 Volts AC, 48 Volts DC
  • Bus Material: Tin-Plated Copper CDA 110/UNS11000
  • Base Material: Glass Reinforced Polycarbonate
  • Studs: Stainless Steel, 1/4"-20, torque 72 in-lbs, accepts 1/4" ring terminal
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Blue Sea 150 Ampere Common BusBars Stud Terminal 2303 150 Ampere Common BusBars Stud Terminal, 4 x 1/4"
$17.75
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