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Blue Sea AC Switch

Blue Sea AC Switch

Description

The Blue Sea AC Switch is a compact solution when circuit protection is provided elsewhere.

Features

  • Switches Both Lines, Hot And Neutral
  • Allows Connecting One Of Two Different AC Sources To One Circuit
  • Heavy Duty Industrial Rated Switch
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  • Switches between 2 - 120 Volt AC shore power sources and 1 - 240 Volt AC source to 2 - 120V AC load groups  or 3 - 120/240 Volt AC sources 
  • Mounts in panels up to 0.16" (4.00mm) thick 
  • Intuitive function - One hand operation
  • UL listed
  • 600 Volt AC max



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