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Blue Sea ST Blade Fuse Blocks

Blue Sea ST Blade Fuse Blocks

Description

The Blue Sea ST Blade Fuse Block accepts ATO and ATC fast acting blade fuses.

Features

  • Can Be Used For 24 Hour Circuits
  • Fuse Blocks With Covers Include 20 Write-On Circuit Labels
  • Tin-Plated Copper Buses And Fuse Clips
List Price
$39.19
Your Price
$31.81
In Stock

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Details


  • Accepts ring or spade type terminals
  • Fuses sold separately
  • Clear insulating cover with label recesses accept Small Format Labels
  • 20 write-on circuit labels included
  • Cover satisfies ABYC/USCG requirements for insulation
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea ST Blade Fuse Blocks 5037 ST Blade Fuse Block Without Cover, 6 Circuit Independent Without Negative Bus
$31.81
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Blue Sea 5033 ST Blade Fuse Block w/out Cover - 6 Circuit w/out Negative Bus 5033 ST Blade Fuse Block Without Cover, 6 Circuit Without Negative Bus
$31.81
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Blue Sea 5035 ST Blade Fuse Block w/Cover - 6 Circuit Independent w/o Negative Bus 5035 ST Blade Fuse Block With Cover, 6 Circuit Independent Without Negative Bus
$34.25
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Blue Sea 5025 ST Blade Fuse Block w/Cover - 6 Circuit w/Negative Bus 5025 ST Blade Fuse Block With Cover, 6 Circuit With Negative Bus
$39.15
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Blue Sea 5034 ST Blade Fuse Block w/out Cover - 12 Circuit w/out Negative Bus 5034 ST Blade Fuse Block Without Cover, 12 Circuit Without Negative Bus
$41.62
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Blue Sea 5031 ST Blade Fuse Block w/o Cover - 12 Circuit w/Negative Bus 5031 ST Blade Fuse Block Without Cover, 12 Circuit With Negative Bus
$46.55
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Blue Sea 5026 ST Blade Fuse Block w/Cover - 12 Circuit w/Negative Bus 5026 ST Blade Fuse Block With Cover, 12 Circuit With Negative Bus
$48.99
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