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BEP 701 Contour Master Battery Switch

Item # 742704
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Key Features

  • Can be standalone unit or locked together

  • Switch features interchangeable labeling system

  • Removable rear cover insulates terminals

  • Surface or recess mounting options


Our Price   $37.99

Availability: Ships within 3-5 business days
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bep_marine The 701 Contour Master Battery Switch offers a contour lock system, allowing it to be a standalone unit or locked together with other switches. It also features a control knob which cannot be removed while in the On or Off position, however it can be removed by switching to an anticlockwise 45° position. The control knob also features an interchangeable labeling system for a full range of applications. A removable rear cover insulates the terminals against any short circuits and ensures the switch meets ABYC requirements. Battery switch can be surface or recess mounted by cutting a 2-1/16" hole. Tin-plated copper studs and nuts. Rated for 275 amps continuous, 455 intermittent, and 1,255 amps cranking. 6 - 48 volts. 2.75"L x 2.75"W x 3"H.

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