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About this item
【Terminal】- Positive and negative 7 studs insulated busbar, each power distribution block includes 7 x M6 (1/4”) terminal studs design, it's stainless steel material.
【Rating】- This marine 12V DC bus bar can handle voltage @ Max 300V AC, 48V DC, and continous amperage @ Max 130A AC, 150A DC.
【Round Corner Base】 - This 12v battery distribution block is unique round corner base design, which makes the power distribution terminal block unique and special, looks more extraordinary compared with other busbars.
【Application】 - This automotive power distribution block uses copper plates and stainless steel terminals as conductors, which enables the distribution block to work in extreme environment, suitable for automotive, car, RVs, trucks, marine, boat,solar energy, etc.
1 x Red Positive Power Distribution Block
1 x Black Negative Power Distribution Block
4 x Mounting Screws
Specifications for this item
|Connection Type||Red for Positive
Black for Negative
|Terminal Studs||7 x M6 (1/4")|
|Max Voltage||300V AC, 48V DC|
|Max Continuous Amperage||130A AC, 150A DC|
|Terminals Material||Stainless Steel|
|Cover Material||Clear Polycarbonate|
|Overall Dimension||150mm x 28mm x 31.5mm (LxWxH)|
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It’s bigger and better thicker than I expected. I think it will satisfy all of my needs.
Great bus bar. Huge heavy duty build, and the cover is really convenient. No problems. Seems perfect. No need to look elsewhere for bus bars again.
Works great! Mounted inside my van and has had no issues
I love this product. I wanted to make the wiring on my 1967 Chevy as clean as possible. I didn’t want a bunch of wires leading to the positive terminal. This helped clean up my wiring. I have a wire leading to my ignition switch, the alternator, the cooling fans, my sound system and the airbags running all on this block. One wire from a Ford solenoid that I installed feeds the power to this block and makes the engine bay much cleaner.