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Blue Sea 6-AC/19-DC Panel

Blue Sea 6-AC/19-DC Panel

Description

The Blue Sea 6-AC/19-DC Panel may be equipped with main breakers up to 100A per pole to suit the application.

Features

  • AC And DC Panel Amperage Determined By AC Main And DC Main Circuit Breakers
  • Modular Manufacturing Design Reduces Manufacturing Time
  • Interchangeable Modular Design Eliminates Custom Engineering And Metal Fabrication
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$2044.22
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Details

Features:

  • Flexible modifications
  • Flexible panel orientation (panels without meters)





Notable Specifications:

 

  • Positions:6-AC / 19-DC
  • Nominal Voltage:120V AC / 12V DC
  • Height:10.75" (273.05mm)
  • Width:13.63" (346.2mm)
  • Depth:4.00" (101.6mm)
  • Weight:12.80lb (5.81kg)
What's Included:


(1) - 4205 - Basic DC Label Kit - 30 Black Square Labels [LABEL]
(1) - 4206 - Basic AC Label Kit - 30 Black Square Labels [LABEL]
(6) - 7403 - A-Series Flat Rocker Circuit Breaker - Single Pole 15A (AC Branch)
(1) - 7414 - A-Series Flat Rocker Circuit Breaker - Double Pole 30A (AC Main)
(1) - 8247 - AC Digital Multi-Function Meter with Alarm (AC Meter)
(19) - 7403 - A-Series Flat Rocker Circuit Breaker - Single Pole 15A (DC Branch)
(1) - 7549 - C-Series Flat Rocker Circuit Breaker - Single Pole 100A (DC Main)
(1) - 8248 - DC Digital Multi-Function Meter with Alarm (DC Meter)

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea 6-AC/19-DC Panel 1218 12V DC Main + 19 Positions/ 120V AC Main + 6 Positions
$1410.51
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