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Blue Sea ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block

Blue Sea ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block

Description

The Blue Sea ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block accepts Small Format Circuit Labels.

Features

  • Easy To Install 4 ATO/ATC Fused Circuits
  • Mounts On The Battery Terminal Stud
  • Screw Terminals For Securing Wires
List Price
$24.70
Your Price
$19.99
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Details


  • Four Nylon insulated ring terminals included
  • Insulating cover included
  • Includes 1 fuse

 

 

Notable Specifications:

 

  • Circuits: 4
  • Maximum Amperage: 100A per block, 30A per circuit
  • Maximum Voltage: 32V DC
  • Mounting:Clearance for 3/8" [M10] stud
  • Screw Terminal Type: #8-32 Screws with captive star lock washer
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block 5023 ST-Blade Battery Terminal Mount Fuse Block
$19.99
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