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APPENDIX

3. Choose the Fuse Holder

a) Using the fuse type chosen from the Fuse Selection Chart, follow the column down to find fuse holders

or fuse blocks that meet your specific requirements

b) Consider environmental factors:

Ignition protection

is required where flammable vapors may accumulate

Example: Engine room and propane locker

Consult American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) E-11.5.3 for Ignition Protection

Ingress protection

protects fuses from spray, washdown, and humidity. IP66-protected against powerful water jets

c) Decide between an in-line fuse holder or a fuse block:

- In-line fuse holders are compact and hold a single low-amperage fuse

- Fuse blocks mount to a solid surface and may hold a single fuse or multiple fuses

Additional replacement fuses

available from Blue Sea Systems:

20A

1A to 10A

5A to 30A

MAXI® Fuse Block

ST Glass Fuse Blocks

5015

5018

Crimpable In-Line

Fuse Holder

5060

Waterproof In-Line

Fuse Holders

5061

5062

Heavy Duty In-Line

Fuse Holder

5063

5006100

SafetyHub Fuse Blocks

AMI

®

or MIDI

®

Safety Fuse Block

7720

Terminal MRBF

Fuse Blocks

5191

2151

MEGA

®

or AMG

®

Fuse Block

7721

CLASS T Fuse Block

CLASS T Fuse Block

5502

ANL

®

Fuse Blocks

5005

5503

7748

LEGEND

Ingress protection

Ignition protection

5001

MEGA

®

or AMG

®

Safety Fuse Block

5068

5064

5065

MAXI

®

In-Line

Fuse Holder

ST Blade Fuse Blocks

Battery

Terminal

Mount

5023

7725

5025

5026

5028

5029

Common

Sourced

Independent

Sourced

5035

5032

Split Bus

Compact Fuse Block

5045

5046

5007100

5502100

5194

5196

110A to 200A

225A to 400A

SafetyHub Fuse Blocks

7748

7725

ATO

®

or ATC

®

In-Line

Fuse Holders

FUSE HOLDER SELECTION CHART

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