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Blue Sea Fuse Block MEGA

Blue Sea Fuse Block MEGA

Description

The Blue Sea Fuse Block MEGA features insert molded studs that ensure secure fuse mounting.

Features

  • Most Economical System For 100-300 Ampere Fusing
  • Insulating Cover Satisfies ABYC/USCG Requirements And Cover Breakouts Allow Wire Access In Any Direction
  • For Use On Systems Up To 32V DC
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$25.89
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$21.01
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Details



  • 5/16" stud terminals accept 5/16" (M8) Ring Terminals, 14AWG to 2/0 AWG Wire
  • Stainless steel studs provide resistance to corrosion and high torquing for excellent electrical contact
  • UL 94-V0 base resists high heat 
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