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Blue Sea DualBus 100 Ampere Common BusBar 10 x 8- 32 Screw Terminal

Blue Sea DualBus 100 Ampere Common BusBar 10 x 8- 32 Screw Terminal

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The Blue Sea DualBus 100 Ampere Common BusBar 10 x 8- 32 Screw Terminal combines negative and positive buses on one block.

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$28.73
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$17.43
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Notable Specifications:
  • Bus Material: TIn-Plated Copper CDA 110/UNS11000
  • Voltage Rating: 300 Volts AC Maximum, 48 Volts DC Maximum
  • Base Material: ABS
  • Cover Material: ABS
  • Continuous Rating: 100 Amperes AC/DC
  • Weight: 0.27 Lbs
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