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Product DescriptionThe waterproof m-Series Battery Switch is designed for switching between batteries on outboard and small inboard gasoline engines. The case features a luminous face plate and an easy-grip knob, and allows surface, front panel, or rear panel mounting. 3/8"-16 tin-plated copper studs offer maximum conductivity and corrosion-resistance. 7/8" stud length accepts multiple cable terminals. Ignition protected for safe installation aboard gas-powered boats. UL listed. CE marked. Waterproof to IP66. Comes with 6 ICON label sets for circuit identification.
Single Circuit Battery Switches (6005 and 6006) - Switch a single battery to a single load group. 2 switch positions (ON-OFF). 1 battery input.
• Continuous Rating: 300 Amps
• Terminal Stud Torque: 120 in-lb maximum
• Cable Clearance for 4/0 AWG Cables: 1.12"
• Cranking Rating @ 10 sec: 1,500 Amps
• Cranking Rating @ 1 min: 775 Amps
• Intermittent Rating (5 min.): 500 Amps
• Maximum Voltage Rating: 48V DC
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Q:can I use this for a trolling motor, where I can install two 12 volt batteries, and run off one then later on switch over to the other battery so I can have fresh battery powwerAsked on 2/23/2015 by Lawwerence
No. This is not the correct Blue Sea Battery Switch that you will need. You will need item number 84955, http://www.overtons.com/modperl/product/details.cgi?pdesc=Blue-Sea-m-Series-6010-Battery-Switch-Dual-Circuit&i=84955&r=view&from=grid.
SteveAnswered on 2/25/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Is this the replacement switch for the discontinued PN 9006, which was a mini switch on/off with knob?Asked on 11/19/2009 by Chris from La Paz, Mexico, BCS
A:This has a part number of 6006 unfortunately.Answered on 12/4/2009 by Bryant from Tech
Q:I have battery drain when my pontoon boat isn't used for several days. Is this something that could be used to disconnect from the battery? If so, how would it be installed? Or is there something better?Asked on 5/13/2009 by Terry from Lodi, CA
A:Yes, you can use this switch to disconnect from the battery. On the back of this switch are two studs. The positive (+) leads from the motor, switch panel or any other item that you wish to disconnect, will connect to the stud marked common. The positive (+) lead from the battery will connect to the stud marked battery.Answered on 5/26/2009 by Casey Marine Buyer from Overtons