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Product DescriptionThese ignition protected battery switches are designed for inboard and diesel engines. The cases feature luminous face plate and pointer and an easy-grip knob, and allow surface or rear panel mounting. The one-piece terminal stud design never loosens over time. 3/8"-16 tin-plated copper studs offer maximum conductivity and corrosion-resistance. 7/8" stud length accepts 3/8" and M10 ring terminals. Mounting holes accept 1/4" screws and fit most PERKO and Guest battery switch hole patterns. Devices meet ABYC requirements and UL and SAE external ignition protection requirements, are UL-listed, and are waterproof rated to IP66. 3.85"H x 3.85"W x 3.097"D.
Selector 4-Position Battery Switches (9001e and 9002e) - Switch isolated battery banks to all loads or combine battery banks to all loads. Make-before-break contact design allows switching between battery banks without power interruption. 4 switch positions. 2 battery inputs.
Continuous Rating: 350 Amps
Intermittent Rating (5 min.): 600 Amps
Cranking Rating @ 10 sec: 2000 Amps
Cranking Rating @ 1 min: 1000 Amps
Terminal Stud Torque: 140 in-lb maximum
Cable Size (to meet requirements): 4/0 AWG
Cable Clearance: 1.1"
Weight: 1.15 lbs
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Q:Does battery 2 charge if the switch is in the battery 1 position? (Obviously the engine is running)Asked on 5/31/2011 by KC from Canton, GA
Q:I understand how to connect the batteries, but how do I connect the cables for the accessories?Asked on 5/23/2011 by Anonymous from Canton, GA
Q:I understand the routing of the positive leads, but do the negative leads tie from battery to battery then?Asked on 4/7/2011 by Anonymous
A:It would be best to direct the ground leads directly to the frame (or other grounding area) so you are not having to run electricity through batterry "A" while using only baterry "B".Answered on 6/10/2011 by jim from oregon
Q:I whant to kill all power between the battery and the boat> is this what i need for my 4.3L merc crusier? do i need anything else like cable to hook between tne battery and this switchAsked on 7/5/2010 by bob from badin lake nc
A:It would depend on your boat's electrical system. Typically you would have some items on a "hot" battery connection, i.e. bilge pump. These would still have power available even with the switch in the off position.Answered on 2/7/2011 by erimol from memphis, tn
Q:Does this piece include mounting hardware? Does it use a positive, negative or connect both through the switch? Do I need extra battery cables (red/black)?Asked on 5/12/2010 by Yamaha SX230 from Pickerington, OH
A:no mounting hardware is included but I had no trouble using deck screws to mount it inside my engine compartment. The switch only connects your positive wires. You will need 3 positive wire / cables. All with eye hole loops on at least 1 end. One cable goes from battery 1 to the switch , the next battery cable goes from battery 2 to the switch and the 3rd cable goes from the switch to where your positive battery cable now connects (for mine it is the starter). That's all there is to it. The switch DOES include 3 large 9/16" nuts and washers to connect your cables to the switch.Answered on 5/24/2010 by taxi Jim from Austin TX
Q:if the battery switch is position 1 and 2 will it charge the batteries with one charger? (meaning will it back fed through the switch to add charge to each batterey from one charger.)Asked on 3/10/2010 by chip from bradford pa
A:Absolutetly. Its no different than running your boat with the switch on both batteries to charge them while using the boat.Answered on 6/30/2010 by cooter from green bay wi
Q:if battery switch is on 1 and 2 will it charge them both at the same time from one charger?Asked on 3/6/2010 by Anonymous
A:Should charge both batteries in positions 1&2 or both.Answered on 9/8/2011 by oldtooner from bahama nc
Q:Can I just hook up one battery for now and add another later?Asked on 2/15/2010 by Anonymous
A:Yes. It will run when that battery or 1+2 is selected.Answered on 4/23/2010 by Wakevols from TN
Q:Is there a way to disable the 1+2 position? Or a different switch that only has positions for Off, 1, 2?
Thanks!Asked on 12/21/2009 by Anonymous
A:26616 might work out better for you.Answered on 12/29/2009 by Bryant from Tech
Q:i now have a seperate battery in the front of my boat for my trolling motor. i have to take it out after several use's, and recharge it. can i use this switch to run this battery, then, switch to bigger battery, and will the smaller battery be charging? totally confused. thanksAsked on 9/7/2009 by jimbud from pittsburgh, pa
A:YESAnswered on 2/16/2010 by The Kokanee King from Centennial CO