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Blue Sea DC Panel With Multi-Function Meter

Blue Sea DC Panel With Multi-Function Meter

Description

The Blue Sea DC Panel With Multi-Function Meter includes a set of 30 common large format panel labels.

Features

  • All Positive, Negative, And Grounding Buses Installed And Fully Pre-Wired
  • Panels With Meters Include Toggle Switch For Mounting Up To Three Battery Banks
  • All Circuit Label Positions Are Backlit On Standard Panels With No Kit Required
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Details

  • Voltage 12/24v
  • Amperage 100A
  • All panels with analog meters are owner upgradable to 24 Volts with 8240 or 8243 (18-32V DC meters) 
  • "ON" indicating LEDs installed in all circuit positions
  • MIL-C-5541C or equivalent immersion undercoating for lifetime corrosion resistance
  • Two-part polyurethane slate gray finish
  • Heavy 1/8" aluminum 5052 alloy
  • Industry standard height and width
  • Countersunk mounting holes throughout
  • Detailed installation instructions and cutout template included 
  • Over 500 individual labels available

 

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