Blue Sea 8084 AC/DC Toggle Circuit Breaker Panel

Blue Sea 8084 AC/DC Toggle Circuit Breaker Panel


The Blue Sea 8084 AC/DC Toggle Circuit Breaker Panel includes a set of 30 common AC and 30 common DC labels.


  • All AC And DC Buses Installed And Fully Pre-Wired
  • Label Backlighting Pre-Installed
  • All LEDs Installed
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  • Maximum panel Amperage: 100 Amperes DC / 50 Amperes AC

AC Features

  • Red reverse polarity indicating LED
  • Ready for installation of optional 4029 AC Isolation Cover
  • 9353, 0-150 Volt AC Voltmeter

DC Features

  • 100 Amp C-Series circuit breaker provides main circuit protection and switching for DC branch circuits
  • 8003, 8-16 Volt DC Voltmeter
  • 8017, 0-100 Amp DC Ammeter
  • Owner upgradeable to 24 Volts with 8240, 18-32 Volt DC Voltmeter

Combined AC/DC panels require a AC Insulating Cover to meet ABYC Standards

Notable Specifications:


  • AC Positions: Main +6
  • DC Positions: Main +15
  • 120 Volts AC
  • 12 Volts DC
  • (1) 30A - (3) 15A AC Circuit Breakers
  • (1) 100A - (9) 15A DC Circuit Breakers
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