7485

Blue Sea 360 Panel Rocker Switches

Blue Sea 360 Panel Rocker Switches

Description

The Blue Sea 360 Panel Rocker Switch uses an open frame to mount a broad selection of modules, allowing multiple functions to be combined in a single panel.

Features

  • Innovative Design Offers A Wide Choice Of Panel Features
  • For Use In 360 Panels In The Following Modules: Gauge, DC Push Button + Switch, And DC Battery Management
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$3.79
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Notable Specifications:
  • Maximum Amperage***:8A @ 125V AC / 10A @ 12V DC / 8A @ 24V DC / 8A @ 250V AC
  • Terminal Type:Quick Connect Tab
  • Terminal Size: 0.187" (4.75mm)
  • Weight:0.08lb (0.04kg)



*Action () = Momentary ON

**Pole/Throw: 
SPST - Single Pole/Single Throw
SPDT - Single Pole/Double Throw
DPST - Double Pole/Single Throw
DPDT - Double Pole/Double Throw

***Maximum Amperage - Maximum amperage ratings are dependent on use of appropriately sized fuses and wire for a given application.

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Blue Sea 360 Panel Rocker Switches 7485 360 Panel Rocker Switch, 7485 SPDT, ON-OFF-ON
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch SPDT - ON-OFF-(ON) 7483 360 Panel Rocker Switch, 7483 SPDT, (ON)-OFF-ON
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - 7484 Rocker Switch SPDT - (ON)-OFF-(ON) 7484 360 Panel Rocker Switch, 7484, SPDT, (ON)-OFF-(ON)
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch SPDT - ON-OFF-ON 7482 360 Panel Rocker Switch, SPDT, ON-OFF-ON
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch DPDT - ON-(ON) 7493 360 Panel Rocker Switch, DPDT, ON-(ON)
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch DPDT - ON-ON 7491 360 Panel Rocker Switch, DPDT, ON-ON
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch DPDT - (ON)-OFF-ON 7494 360 Panel Rocker Switch, DPDT, (ON)-OFF-ON
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch DPDT - ON-OFF-ON 7492 360 Panel Rocker Switch, DPDT, ON-OFF-ON
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch DPST - ON-OFF 7490 360 Panel Rocker Switch, DPST, ON-OFF
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Blue Sea 360 Panel - Rocker Switch DPDT - (ON)-OFF-(ON) 7495 360 Panel Rocker Switch, DPDT, (ON)-OFF-(ON)
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