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Blue Sea ST Glass Fuse Block With Negative Bus

Blue Sea ST Glass Fuse Block With Negative Bus

Description

The Blue Sea ST Glass Fuse Block With Negative Bus accepts AGC (Fast Acting), MDL (Time Delay), and all other 3AG Glass Fuses.

Features

  • Clear Insulating Cover With Label Recesses For Accept Large Format Labels
  • Cover Insulates All Conductive Parts, Satisfying ABYC/USCG Requirements And Storing Spare Fuses
  • Tin-Plated Copper Buses And Phosphor Bronze Fuse Clips Give 30 Ampere Rating Per Circuit
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