9611DP

Perko Medium Duty Main Battery Disconnect Switches

Perko Medium Duty Main Battery Disconnect Switches

Description

The Perko Compact Medium Duty Main Battery Disconnect Switches have a smooth, positive position selector.

Features

  • For use with 12, 24 and 32 volt marine electrical systems
  • Higher rating than popular 8500 series switches
  • Ignition protected
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$72.92
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$43.31
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