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Blue Sea ML-RBS Remote Battery Switch With Manual Control Release

Blue Sea ML-RBS Remote Battery Switch With Manual Control Release

Description

The Blue Sea ML-RBS Remote Battery Switch With Manual Control Release features silver alloy contacts that provide high reliability for switching live loads.

Features

  • Manual Override Knob Provides An Added Level Of Safety Allowing Control With Or Without Power And Offering Locked Off Capability For Servicing
  • LED Output To Remotely Indicate Switch State
  • Label Recesses For Circuit Identification
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Details

  • 3/ 8"-16 tin-plated copper studs for maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance
  • 7/ 8" (22mm) stud length accepts multiple cable terminals



Auto Releasing ML-Series Remote Battery Switch with SPST Switching Provides 500A switching and features of current ML Remote Battery Switches, but can be controlled with SPST or SPDT switch for applications where a normally open relay is desired


Notable Specifications:


Control Circuit Connection:Tinned Wire
Nominal Voltage:12V DC
Coil Function: Auto releasing 
Mounting:#10
Amperage Operating Current:8mA when OFF/13mA when ON
Amperage Operating Current when changing state:<7A (40 ms)
Control Circuit Voltage:10.1 to 16.5V DC
Continuous Rating: 500A
Intermittent Rating: 700A (5 min)
Cranking Rating: 10 sec 2500A
Cranking Rating: 1 min 1100A
Minimum Operating Temperature:-10° C
Maximum Operating Temperature:50° C
Cable Size to Meet Ratings:2x (4/0)
Live Current Switching:300A @ 12V DC 10,000 Cycles
Master Control Switch Capability:Yes
Mechanical Endurance:100,000 Cycles
Switching Cycles:100,000
Terminal Ring Diameter Clearance:1.18" (29.97mm)
Terminal Stud Length:0.875" (22.23mm)
Terminal Stud Size:3/8-16 (M10)
Terminal Stud Torque:140 in-lb (15.82 Nm)
Weight:1.75lb (0.79 kg)

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