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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: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:Do I charge my batteries in the off position. What is the off position for? What is the 1&2 position for?Asked on 5/12/2009 by Boat dude from Chicago
A:The off position disconnects the battery completely. Some motors and electrical equipment pull a small amount of power constantly. The 1&2 position will combine the two batteries when one battery level is to low to crank the motor or motors.Answered on 6/8/2009 by Casey Marine Buyer from Overtons
A:You should also run in the 1&2 position to charge both batteries.Answered on 5/5/2010 by boater from PHX, AZ
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