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Blue Sea 187 Series Circuit Breaker

Blue Sea 187 Series Circuit Breaker

Description

The Blue Sea 187 Series Circuit Breaker combines switching and circuit protection into a single device.

Features

  • Clear, Single Lever Operation
  • "Trip Free" Design Cannot Be Held "ON" During Fault Current Condition
  • Waterproof
List Price
$114.69
Your Price
$89.48
In Stock

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Details


  • Recessed mounting holes for clean appearance
  • Large Clearance around terminal studs accecpt heavy gauge wire lugs
  • Robust 5/16 M8 terminals provide high torque connections
  • Large lever with vertical/horizontal orientation provides indication of trip status
  • Ignition protected - Safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats

 

 

Notable Specifications:

 

  • Interrupt Rating - 5,000 A@12V DC, 3,000A@24V DC, 1,500A@42V DC
  • Maximum Voltage Rating - 48 Volts DC
  • Operating Temperature Range - -40xC to 85xC
  • Circuit Breaker Type - Thermally responsive bi-metal blade
  • Circuit Breaker Class - Type III - switchable/manual reset - trip free
  • Terminal Stud Size - 5/16"-18
  • Terminal Stud Torque - 75 in-lb
  • Mounting Holes - Accept #10 (M5) Screw
  • Weight Lb (Kg) - 0.50 (0.23)
  • Case Material - Thermoset Polyester
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea 187 Series Circuit Breaker 7049 187 Series Circuit Breaker, 200 Amp
$89.48
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