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Product DescriptionThese waterproof switch panels feature push-button reset-only circuit breakers, ON-OFF toggle switches, LED indicator lights. Heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant aluminum panel is incredibly easy to install. Marine-grade tinned wire. Includes extra labels and stainless steel mounting hardware. 10-amp circuits. 40-amp total. 12V.
• 6.5" x 4.5"
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Q:Can these fuses be replaced with a lower rated fuse. Say replace one 10amp fused switch to a 5amp fused switch?Asked on 8/25/2011 by Anonymous
A:You should not try to dissamble the pannel. I would recomend getting an inline fuse assembly, and install it to your wireing. remember a fuse is designed to prothect the wireing as well as the componant.Answered on 8/6/2012 by Capt. Lee from Interlachen, Fl
Q:I am looking for a panel with a bus bar on the back. I can also use this if it has screw terminals on the switches I can strap together with a +/- bus bars jumpering from one switch to the next. My current panel has factory installed wires you have to splice into one giant mess. Can you describe the back of this panel please?Asked on 9/10/2009 by Tom from Bellingham WA
Q:how do i wire this switch into my boat? do you run power and neg from battery, or can you run power from batt and neg to a buss grounding bar then to black from switch.Asked on 8/29/2009 by Anonymous
A:The panel has two wires coming from the bottom of the panel. Red is the positive that needs to be wired to the power source either directly or in an open circuit. The black wire is the ground wire that you can wire to a negative terminal, battery, or a negative common bus bar. Then you wire your electronics directly to the open part of the switch you would like to control the electronics which is located left of center on the back of the panel, and also run a ground from the electronics to whatever you grounded the panel to. Then you can mount the panel anywhere you have space it just takes four screws, one in each corner.Answered on 9/3/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:What is the current carrying capacity of the circuit breakers? What is physical length and width?Asked on 8/15/2009 by Jack from Virginia Beach VA
A:6-1/2 in H X 4-1/2 in W.
Panel rating, 12V, 40 amp total. Individual circuit 10 amps.
Reference: http://seasense.com, P/N: 50031286Answered on 8/31/2009 by Joe from Norwalk CT
Q:How deep is the panelAsked on 6/6/2009 by Jcdw14 from Sacramento
A:Depth required is 2-1/4".Answered on 8/31/2009 by Joe from Norwalk CT
Q:What is the size of the cut-out for this panel?Asked on 6/3/2009 by Jeff from Vermont
A:Minimum of 3.25 x 5.25 inches of space is needed for the switch cutout. Note the switches are off-set to the left of the panel.Answered on 1/11/2010 by Just fishing from Caseville, MI