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Blue Sea Push Button Reset Only Screw Terminal Circuit Breaker - 40 Amps

Blue Sea Push Button Reset Only Screw Terminal Circuit Breaker - 40 Amps
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Push Button Reset Only Screw Terminal Circuit Breaker - 40 Amps

Features:
  • Branch circuit breakers (can also be used for 24-hour circuit protection)
  • Quick connect terminal style circuit breakers are incorporated into Blue Sea Systems WeatherDeck Waterproof Circuit Breaker Panels, Dual Battery Bank Main Distribution Panels, and 360 Distribution Panels
  • Compact design enables high density circuit protection configurations
  • Push-to-reset operation
  • "Trip Free" design cannot be held "ON" during fault current condition
  • Ignition protected - Safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats
  • Optional Push Button Waterproof Boot protects circuit breaker in wet environments, replaces dress nut mounting on circuit breakers and resists discoloration and cracking


Specifications:
  • Amperage: 40A
  • Maximum Voltage: 32V DC
  • Mounting: Panel Mount 3/8-27 UNS
  • Circuit Breaker Type: Thermal trip, manual push-button reset only
  • Terminal Type: #8 Screw
  • Interrupt Capacity: 3000A @ 14.7V / 2500A @ 28V
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: -10° C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 60° C
  • Screw Terminal Torque: 6 in-lb (0.68 Nm)
  • Weight: 0.09lb (0.04 kg)
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Blue Sea Push Button Reset Only Screw Terminal Circuit Breaker - 40 Amps 2137 BLUE SEA 2137 CIRCUIT BREAKER 40A PUSH BUTTON
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