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Blue Sea Systems Marine Battery Switch Mini ON/OFF with Knob
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Blue Sea Systems Marine Battery Switch Mini ON/OFF with Knob
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Blue Sea Systems Marine Battery Switch Mini ON/OFF with Knob Customer Questions and Answers

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Do u suggest this item for a Travel Trailer with 1 battery? Is the box enclosed where I can mount on a flat surface? The picture is just the face only. Terminals entry from the side? Thanks Matt

Asked on 09/22/2011 by Matt Helms

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Yes, it would be suitable for an RV with one battery. That is what I have. And the switch has a bottom so it can be surface mounted. The bottom of the switch comes off, you wire the top half and then put them back together.

Answered on 09/22/2011 by DAVID MOORE
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The back is open so that cables can enter from left, right, or bottom.

Answered on 09/22/2011 by SCOTT KREUTZBERG

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XXXXXXXXXXYes, the switch mounts to a flat surface and the wiring can enter fromany side

Answered on 09/22/2011 by RONALD KRATZER

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Hi Matt, yes you can use it for your application. The switch is enclosed and it can be mounted on a flat surface but remember it is some 2 inches deep on the back side. giulio

Answered on 09/22/2011 by GIULIO BEVILACQUA

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Yes, it can be surface-mounted with the wires entering the sides. (It also can be mounted from behind a panel through a round hole, with the wires on the back).

Answered on 09/22/2011 by HENRY LANFORD
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Can you describe the install instructions?

Asked on 06/21/2014 by marty martinek

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It does not come with the mounting screws. Your going to have to drill a 2 5/8 hole for flush mounting.

Answered on 06/22/2014 by BRUCE HORN
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There are two terminals on the back for the wire lugs. The switch has options for surface mounting or flush mounting. Mounting bolts are not included.

Answered on 06/24/2014 by CHRISTOPHER HOPPE

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Comnect the red conduit from the battery to the left terminal (looking from the front) and the black conduit of the bettery to the other terminal.

Answered on 06/22/2014 by MICHAEL DOVICHI
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What is the amp rating and volt rating? Should that not be stated with the product/?

Asked on 04/03/2018 by Al from undisclosed

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Maximum voltage is 48V, maximum amperage rating is 300A continuous, 900A Cranking, and 500A intermittent (5 min)

Answered on 05/31/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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Glad to help. 300 A continuous 500 A momentary (5 minutes)

Answered on 04/03/2018 by perkh
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what are the demensions of switch in inches?

Asked on 08/08/2012 by paul c

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Are you looking for the mounting face dimensions or the mounting hole dimensions?

Answered on 08/10/2012 by DENNIS ROARK
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ought to be ob BluSeas website - but it is small. there seem mostly to be about two sizes of battery switches: large and small. this is small (but not teenie).

Answered on 08/09/2012 by HENRY LANFORD
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how many amps will the switch handle?

Asked on 04/04/2014 by Undisclosed

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From the Blue Sea website: Manual Battery Switches - m-Series 300 Amps continuous rating for outboards and small gasoline or diesel engines. Tin-plated copper studs for maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance Studs accept 3/8" (M10) ring terminals 7/8" (22mm) stud length accepts multiple cable terminals Blue Sea Systems one-piece terminal stud design never loosens over time Isolating cover with three snap-in side pieces protects rear contacts and allows sire access in any direction Case design allows surface, rear, or front panel mounting options Waterproof •À_?? rated IP66 from water projected in powerful jets

Answered on 04/04/2014 by MICHU BARROSO
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