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Blue Sea DC BatteryLink Automatic Charging Relay

Blue Sea DC BatteryLink Automatic Charging Relay

Description

The Blue Sea DC BatteryLink Automatic Charging Relay features integrated LED that indicates ACR status.

Features

  • Senses Charging On Two Battery Banks
  • Side And Bottom Knockouts For Cable Connections
  • Clip-On Cover Insulates Terminal Connections
List Price
$109.98
Your Price
$85.79
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Details

 

  • 120 Amp continuous rating
  • 12/24V DC auto ranging voltage input
  • 7/8" (22 mm) stud length to accept multiple cable terminals
  • 1/4" x .032" male quick connect terminals for ground and optional features




Notable Specifications:

 

  • Intermittent Rating: 5 min.: 210 Amps
  • Continuous Rating: 120 Amps
  • Nominal Voltage: 12/24 Volts DC
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