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ATC (Blade) Style Fuseblock

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These compact fuse panels are a great way to organize your wiring. They use standard ATC blade type fuses (not included) that are available at any auto parts store.

The 10-32 input stud is rated for 150 amps, and each individual fuse position is rated for 30 amps. The male spade output terminals accept standard 1/4" (0.250 x 0.032) female push-on terminals. The black thermoplastic housing is UL rated 94VO for flame resistance. Fuses not included.

Dimensions: 3.37" W x 2.47" (6 position), 3.72" (10 position), or 6.87" (20 position).
Mounting: Four recessed holes for #10 size mounting screws.
Current Rating: 150 amps input, 30 amps per circuit output.
Temperature Rating: -20° to 150°F.

We recommend using fully insulated terminals to avoid accidental shorts when working near the fuse block (our Part No. 4110, 4123 or 4135).

Fuses are not included. ATC blade-type fuses are widely available at auto parts stores, hardware stores, big-box stores, drug stores, and supermarkets.

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4402-06

ATC Style Fuseblock - 6 Position

$16.99In Stock

4402-10

ATC Style Fuseblock - 10 Position

$19.99In Stock

4402-20

ATC Style Fuseblock - 20 Position

$29.99In Stock
 
Related Product Groups
Terminal Blocks and Fuse Blocks

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Nice piece,

By sponge003

from NC, United States

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Comments about ATC (Blade) Style Fuseblock:

simplified running power to brake lights, 2 way radio with a couple of spare circuits.

I was going to run individual fuse holders but this was much easier!!!

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