Blue Sea Terminal Blocks

Blue Sea Terminal Blocks


The Blue Sea Terminal Block features a closed back design that completely insulates power from the mounting surface.


  • Jumpers Allow Creation Of Common Circuits
  • Each Screw Pair Is 1 Isolated Circuit
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Notable Specifications:
  • Bus Material: Nickel-Plated Brass
  • Base Material: Phenolic
  • Screw Size: #10
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Blue Sea Terminal Blocks 2402 Terminal Block, 20 Ampere, 2 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2408 Terminal Block 20 Ampere 8 Circuit 2408 Terminal Block, 20 Ampere, 8 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2404 Terminal Black 20 Ampere 4 Circuit 2404 Terminal Block, 20 Ampere, 4 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2502 Terminal Block 30 Ampere 2 Circuit 2502 Terminal Block, 30 Ampere, 2 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2504 Terminal Block 30 Ampere 4 Circuit 2504 Terminal Block, 30 Ampere, 4 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2406 Terminal Block 20 Ampere 6 Circuit 2406 Terminal Block, 20 Ampere, 6 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2506 Terminal Block 30 Ampere 6 Circuit 2506 Terminal Block, 30 Ampere, 6 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2602 Terminal Block 65 Ampere 2 Circuit 2602 Terminal Block, 65 Ampere, 2 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2410 Terminal Block 20 Ampere 10 Circuit 2410 Terminal Block, 20 Ampere, 10 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2508 Terminal Block 30 Ampere 8 Circuit 2508 Terminal Block, 30 Ampere, 8 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2510 Terminal Block 30 Ampere 10 Circuit 2510 Terminal Block, 30 Ampere, 10 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2604 Terminal Block 65 Ampere 4 Circuit 2604 Terminal Block, 65 Ampere, 4 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2512 Terminal Block 30 Ampere 12 Circuit 2512 Terminal Block, 30 Ampere, 12 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2606 Terminal Black 65 Ampere 6 Circuit 2606 Terminal Block, 65 Ampere, 6 Circuit
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Blue Sea Terminal Blocks 2608 Terminal Block, 65 Ampere, 8 Circuit
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Blue Sea 2610 Terminal Block 65 Ampere 10 Circuit 2610 Terminal Block, 65 Ampere, 10 Circuit
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