11003

Blue Sea HD-Series Battery Switch

Blue Sea HD-Series Battery Switch

Description

The Blue Sea HD-Series Battery Switch features tactile textures that indicate knob position by feel only.

Features

  • Meets American Boat And Yacht Council (ABYC) Requirements For Battery Switches
  • Ignition Protection Safe For Installation Aboard Gasoline Powered Boats
  • Case Design Allows Surface Or Rear Panel Mounting
List Price
$116.99
Your Price
$91.22
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Details


  • Accepts two 4/0 AWG (95mm) battery cables
  • M12 tin-plated copper studs for maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance, accepts 1/2" and M12 ring terminals
  • 7/8" (22.22mm) stud length to accept multiple cable terminals 

Notable Specifications:
  • 10 Sec: 2750A
  • 60 Sec: 1150A
  • 5 Min: 700A
  • Continuous: 500A
  • Max Voltage: 32V DC
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