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Blue Sea MiniBus 100 Ampere Common BusBar

Blue Sea MiniBus 100 Ampere Common BusBar

Description

The Blue Sea MiniBus 100 Ampere Common BusBar is great for limited space applications in electronics cabinets and under dashboards.

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$19.49
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$12.28
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Notable Specifications:
  • Continuous Amperage: 100 Amperes AC
  • Maximum Voltage Rating: 300 Volts AC, 48 Volts DC
  • Bus Material: Tin-Plated Copper CDA 100/UNS11000
  • Base Material: ABS
  • Cover Material: ABS
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