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Product DescriptionThe Blue Sea WeatherDeck Waterproof Fuse Panel is designed for above-deck use, like flybridge and open cockpit applications. Watertight mounting gasket ensures that the panel is waterproof to IP67 standards, allowing for immersion up to 30 minutes. In addition to WeatherDeck ON-OFF Toggle Switches with waterproof boots, ATO-ATC blade-type fuses with UV-stabilized, waterproof boots offer circuit protection. Integrated switch guards prevent accidental switching. Additional WeatherDeck Toggle Switches can be purchased in a variety of styles (Singe Pole/Single Throw, Single Pole/Double Throw, etc.). Bi-colored 12V DC LEDs illuminate circuit labels to help identify circuits as OFF (red), ON (green), or Blown (no color), drawing only 10mA each. Independent backlighting allows switching and dimming. Panels are compatible with all Blue Sea Digital Dimmers (sold separately). Tin-plated wire and connectors resist corrosion. Panel and cover are constructed from reinforced, UV-resistant thermoplastic. Panel can be mounted in 4 different orientations. Includes 30 Square Format labels.
• Fuse Available: 1-40A
• Switch Rating: 15A maximum
• Maximum Voltage Rating: 12V DC
• Maximum Amperage Per Circuit: 15A @ 12V DC
• Panel Cumulative Rating: 100A
• 7.7"H x 3.88"W
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Q:is this a simple on and off switch, or is it a 3 position switch?Asked on 8/16/2011 by robert from vancouver waq
A:yes it is a simple on/off switch. the unique thing is that the colored indicator gives you instant status of the circuit, i. e. red= off, green= on, and no color equals blown fuse. If you are looking for a three way for your bow/running/anchor lts, they provide a diagram to do that with a diode, under manuals tab for this product. just print it out and follow instructions, or have your mech install it if you dont feel comfortable doing it. but its a cinch. Happy Boating!---Answered on 11/7/2012 by Cap'n Marko from woodlawn ,TN
Q:how large of a cut out does this need?Asked on 6/3/2010 by John from Dracut, MA
A:It needs a 3 x 7 1/8 cutoutAnswered on 12/8/2010 by Tinman from Washington
Q:is this a flush mount deviceAsked on 12/1/2009 by gleg
A:Well, there will be some protrusion because of how the unit is shaped.Answered on 12/4/2009 by Bryant from Tech
Q:1) What circuit labels /lens come with this kit? Assortment/or?
2)does the entire panel have to be removed to access fuses?
ThxAsked on 7/29/2009 by Tippy from Lakewood, CO
A:It has a few common ones like bilge pump, lights etc. some labeled aux 1 aux 2 etc.Answered on 9/30/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTON'S TECHNICIAN
Q:can you get it in white?Asked on 5/13/2009 by Cap'n marko
A:NoAnswered on 10/25/2010 by Justin from Overton's