Master Battery Disconnect Switches
- Single Pole, Two Positions: Off-On; Disconnects battery circuit only.
- Anti-rotation locator pin enables ease of mounting
- NHRA Required remote battery disconnect switch for trunk mounted batteries.
- UL Listed: Not listed
- Rating: 6-36 Volt DC; Large studs: 300 amps continuous, 2000 amps intermittent 30 sec. On, 3 min. Off.
- Actuator: Single Throw Chrome Lever.
- Mounting Stem: 3/4 in. -16 thread, fits through 1/4 in. thick panel.
- Terminals: (2) 1/2 in.-20 thread Copper Studs
- Case: Plated steel.
- Installation: Through hole - Clearance for 3/4 in. dia. mounting stem.
- (1) Disconnect Switch
- (1) On/Off Face Plate
- (1) Switch lever
- (1) # 8 Switch Lever Screw
- (2) 1/2 in.-20 thread Brass Terminal Nuts
- (2) 1/2 in. Terminal Lock Washers
Save Your Battery with a Turn of a Switch
JEGS Battery Disconnect Switches are designed to cut-off electrical power to help against electrical fires and offers theft protection when your vehicle is not in use. They are simple to install and give you the ability to cut power at a moment's notice. Disconnect Switches are mandated by the NHRA for Racing Vehicles equipt with alternators. Available in various combinations to fit your vehicle application.
is this switch water proof looking to out on mud bog truck
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