7070

Blue Sea Klixon Panel Mount Circuit Breakers

Blue Sea Klixon Panel Mount Circuit Breakers

Description

The Blue Sea Klixon Panel Mount Circuit Breaker provides a drop in replacement for 185 Series Circuit Breakers.

Features

  • Visible Red Reset Lever Shows Open Condition
  • Trip-Free Design Cannot Be Held Closed After TRip
  • 5,000A AIC For Large Battery Banks
List Price
$64.79
Your Price
$52.47
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Notable Specifications:
  • Maximum Voltage: 24V DC
  • Mounting: Panel Mount
  • Circuit Breaker Type: Thermally responsive Bi-metal blade
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: -25° C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 82° C
  • Circuit Breaker Class: Type III - switchable/manual reset - trip free
  • Interrupt Rating: 5000A @ 12V DC
  • Mounting Hole: Accepts 1/4" screw
  • Terminal Stud: 1/4" -28
  • Terminal Stud Torque: 50 in-lb (5.65 Nm)
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