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Blue Sea Systems 350 Amp E-Series Battery Switches
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- Dual Circuit. Simultaneously switches two isolated battery banks
- Ignition protected—safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats
- IP66 waterproof, ISO 8846 and meets ABYC requirements
- Terminal Stud Size: 3/8" - 16
- Continuous rating: 350A per circuit, Maximum voltage: 32V DC
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9004ee-Series Battery Switch Single Circuit ON/OFF w/ Alternator Field DisconnectIncludes AFD (Alternator Field Disconnect)CE Marked Ignition protected - Safe for installation aboard gasoline powered boats Case design allows surface or rear panel mounting Meets American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) requirements for battery switches 3/8"-16 tin-plated copper studs for maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance, accepts 3/8" and M10 ring terminals 7/8" (22.22mm) stud length to accept multiple cable terminals Tactile textures indicate knob position by feel only
Style Name: Dual Circ.
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My 2nd in another application.
I just wish it did NOT have the "1+2" setting... not safe for the application I use it on, so I have to be extra careful when using.
I cannot find another that suits my needs, so go with this as the closest.
When it arrived it had no instructions for my intended hookup so I figured out a way to do it
Then I Was going to review idea with my friend who is an EE
Then I thought to go to Blue Sea Systems web site for support
I told them what i wanted to do and how I thought I should do it
Emailed them they got right back, told me I was on the right track, and sent me wiring diagram
This switch looks rock solid but it is somewhat open so I will have to think about how to enclose it since I don't think I can just do an unprotected outside mount
I chose this switch because I didn't want the switch that selects batt 1, or 2 or both since both might not work with car and camper charging system that was designed for only one battery