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Marine Master Switch, Yacht Battery Switch DC 12‑48V for Ga

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Marine Master Switch, Yacht Battery Switch DC 12‑48V for Ga

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Product description

Feature:
1. Battery switch m series ON/OFF with knob, part number: 6006, which is a single circuit ON‑OFF switch.
2. Can be safely installed on gasoline‑powered boats. The shell design allows surface, front or rear panel installation.
3. The isolating cover with the buckle part on the switch can protect the rear contact, which can protect you in your daily use.
4. The make‑before‑break contact design allows switching between battery packs without interrupting the power supply.
5. After exquisite craftsmanship and professional processing, this yacht battery switch has good performance and can well meet your needs.


How to Use:
Install it directly and you can use it.

Specification:

Item Type: Yacht Battery Switch
Material: ABS+Copper
Color: Red
Number of Switch Positions: 2 x Switch Position
Battery Combination: No
Alternator Excitation Disconnected: No
Maximum Voltage: 48V DC
Terminal Stud Torque: 120 Inch Pounds (13.56 Nm)
Continuous Rating: 300A
Intermittent Rating: 500A (5 Minutes)
Start Rating 10 Seconds: 1500A
Starting Rating 1 Minute: 775A
Battery Input: 1
Cable Clearance for 4/0 Awg Cable: Approx. 28.45mm / 1.12in
Compliant Cable Size: 4/0 AWG (120 Square Millimeters)
Mounting Hole: Accept #10 Screw
Terminal Stud Size: 3/8" – 16 (M10)

Features:
Tinned Copper Studs Provide Maximum Conductivity and Corrosion Resistance
Stud Accepts 3/8" (M10) Terminals
7/8" (22mm) stud length accepts multiple cable terminals
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Marine Master Switch, Yacht Battery Switch DC 12‑48V for Ga


 
 

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