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Blue Sea ML-Series Remote Battery Switches

Blue Sea ML-Series Remote Battery Switches

Description

The Blue Sea ML-Series Remote Battery Switch features a 500 Ampere continuous rating for use as a remote battery switch for inboard gasoline or diesel engines, reducing long cable runs.

Features

  • Magnetic Latch Only Draws Current When Changing State Of Switch, Drawing No Current In "On" Or "Off" State
  • Silver Alloy Contacts Provides High Reliability For Switching Live Loads
  • 3/8" Copper Studs Make It Suitable For 300 Amperes Continuous Rating And Large Cable Connections
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$223.49
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$167.64
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