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Blue Sea 2307 Bus Bar 4 x 1/4in Stud Common Bus
Blue Sea Systems #2307 Bus Bar 4x1/4in Stud Common Bus

Blue Sea 2307 Bus Bar 4 x 1/4in Stud Common Bus

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  • Blue Sea System #2307 Busbar with cover
  • Tin plated copper busbar  CSA 110/UNS11000
  • Stainless steel 1/4" - 20 studs accept 1/4" ring terminal
  • Glass reinforced polycarbonate base UL 94-VO rated
  • Polycarbonate snap-on cover
  • Overall dimensions 6.1" long x 1.25" wide
  • The industry standard busbar
  • Can be used for positive distribution, and for the collection of DC negative or AC ground circuits
  • AC rating 130 amps 300 volts
  • DC rating 150 amps 48 volts



    New Features

    Pressed-on busbarBecause the bus is pressed on to the stainless steel terminal studs, it doesnt require a securing nut that can come loose. In addition, there is a direct compression connection between the copper busbar and wire terminals instead of to a retaining nut. 
    Insert molded stainless steel studs      In a distribution bus, the terminal stud is a compressive element, not a conductive element. Its purpose is to press the ring terminal against the busbar. Stainless steel studs molded into the base allow for high torque and therefore a tighter connection and lower resistance. 
    Press-on insulating coverThe insulating cover provides insulation for all wire terminals connected to the busbar. This is especially important when the busbar is on the positive side of the circuit. Also, cover design allows for terminals to be attached to the busbar from any direction. 
    Raised busRaising the busbar above the surface of the base provides unobstructed wiring access, and allows for terminals to be inverted so that multiple terminals can be attached to each stud and screw. 
    Heat resistant base materialBase material made of reinforced polycarbonate resists high heatit will not burn in the absence of a flame. 


     
     

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