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Blue Sea Thermal Circuit Breakers

Blue Sea Thermal Circuit Breakers

Description

The Blue Sea Thermal Circuit Breaker combines switching and circuit protection into a single device.

Features

  • All Components Meet SAE J1171 External Ignition Protection Requirements
  • Clear, Single Lever Operation
  • "Trip Free" Design Cannot Be Held "On" During Fault Current Condition
List Price
$84.96
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$54.90
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Details

Features:

  • Waterproof
  • Recessed mounting holes for clean appearance
  • Self-trimming case eliminates the need for mounting panels or trim bezels
  • Round case permits easy installation with standard sized hole saw
  • Large clearance around terminal studs accept heavy gauge wire lugs
  • Robust 5/16 terminals provide high torque connections
  • Large lever with vertical/horizontal orientation provides indication of trip status
  • Ignition protected - safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea Thermal Circuit Breakers 7035 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 25 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7036  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  30Amp 7036 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 30 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7037  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  35A 7037 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 35 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7038  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  40A 7038 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 40 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7039  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  50Amp 7039 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 50 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7040  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  60Amp 7040 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 60 Amp
$66.26
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Blue Sea 7041  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  70Amp 7041 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 70 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7042  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  80Amp 7042 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 80 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7043  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  90Amp 7043 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 90 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7044  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  100Amp 7044 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 100 Amp
$66.26
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Blue Sea 7046  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  120Amp 7046 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 120 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7047  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  135Amp 7047 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 135 Amp
$54.90
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Blue Sea 7048  187 - Series Thermal Circuit Breaker  -  150Amp 7048 Thermal Circuit Breaker, 150 Amp
$66.26
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