1991

Blue Sea PowerBar 1000

Blue Sea PowerBar 1000

Description

The Blue Sea PowerBar 1000 is a 1,000 Amp Busbar made for large complex wiring systems.

Features

  • Tin Plated Pure Electrical Copper For Maximum Conductivity
  • Stepped Bus Design Offers Two Elevations For Conductors Which Doubles The Density Of The Wire Loom Compared To Tradition Bus Bars
  • Busbar And Fuse Block Elevations Match Common Fuse Blocks Allowing For Multiple Fuse Block Attachment, Eliminating Need For Connecting Cables
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$211.88
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$158.91
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Complex wiring systems require a single point to consolidate large and small conductors. The PowerBar 1000 offers a 1,000 Amp busbar with various size studs and screws to connect conductors and fuse blocks.

Features:

  • One-piece serrated flange nuts ensure correct and secure connections
  • Stainless steel 8-32 screws with captive lock washers for securing smaller gauge wires
  • Busbar may be cut to a shorter length to accommodate constricted spaces
  • Bi-directional busbar end caps allow the ganging of additional busbars
  • Snap on insulating cover meets ABYC and USCG requirements and includes label recess

 

 

Notable Specifications:

 

  • Number of Terminal Studs: 12
  • Continuous Rating: 1000A
  • Bus Material: Tin-Plated Copper C11000
  • Mounting Holes: Accepts #10 (M5) Screws
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea PowerBar 1000 1991 PowerBar 1000, 12 3/8" Terminal Studs With Cover
$158.91
In Stock
Blue Sea PowerBar 1000 - 12 5/16" Terminal Studs w/Cover 1993 PowerBar 1000, 12 5/16" Terminal Studs With Cover
$158.91
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