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Blue Sea 7615 ATD Automatic Timer Disconnect

Blue Sea 7615 ATD Automatic Timer Disconnect
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ATD Automatic Timer Disconnect

Adjustable time or voltage based battery disconnect automatically shuts off devices to preserve battery power
  • 12V signal triggers relay to connect battery power to devices. When signal is removed the timer is activated and will disconnect devices after a preset time
  • Disconnect can be triggered based on time, low voltage, or removal of 12V signal
  • Low voltage will disconnect if time hasn_t been reached to preserve battery power
  • Time and voltage options can be turned off to allow 12V signal based disconnect
  • Clip-on cover insulates terminal connections
  • One-piece stainless flange nuts ensure safe and secure connections
  • Integrated LED indicates status


Specifications:
  • Nominal Voltage:12V DC
  • Amperage Operating Current: 175mA(Combine / 15mA(Open)
  • Continuous Rating:120A
  • Intermittent Duty: 210
  • Terminal Stud Size: 3/8"-16 (M10)
  • Time Range: 15min-4hrs
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