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Blue Sea Water Resistant Fuse Panels

Blue Sea Water Resistant Fuse Panels

Description

The Blue Sea Water Resistant Fuse Panel is rated IP67 with the ability for temporary immersion for 30 minutes.

Features

  • Designed For Flybridge And Open Cockpit Applications
  • Independent Label Backlighting Circuit For Remote Switching And Dimming
  • Each Panel Can Be Mounted In Four Different Orientations
List Price
$53.74
Your Price
$43.52
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Details

 

  • Integrated ATO/ATC fuse based circuit protection
  • Constructed from corrosion resistant materials
  • UV stabilized faceplate
  • Rugged UV stabilized waterproof boots
  • Compatible with all Blue Sea Systems Digital Dimmers
  • Includes 4215 - 30 Square Format Labels

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Blue Sea Water Resistant Fuse Panels 4312 Water Resistant Fuse Panel, 2 Position, White
$43.52
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Blue Sea 4304 WeatherDeck Water Resistant Fuse Panel - 4 Position - Grey 4304 Water Resistant Fuse Panel, 4 Position, Gray
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Blue Sea 4316 WeatherDeck Water Resistant Fuse Panel - 6 Position - White 4316 Water Resistant Fuse Panel, 6 Position, White
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$137.99
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