Circuit Breaker Panels
These panels are made in response to the ABYC standard 11.11.1 requiring a whole boat shore power interrupting device to limit leakage current to 30 mA. Individual GFI receptacles have a leakage trip current of 5 mA but this would be too strict a standard for a whole boat device. The ABYC standard requires an ELCI to be located within 10 feet (3 meters) of the shore power intake. Another option to meet this standard is to use of the the Surface Mount Panels shown at the bottom of the page.
ABYC 11.11.1 An Equipment Leakage Circuit Interrupter (ELCI) or Type A Residual Current Device (RCD) shall be installed with or in addition to the main shore power disconnect circuit breaker(s) or at the additional overcurrent protection as required by E-22.214.171.124.3 whichever is closer to the shore power connection
Total Items: 6
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Price: Low to High
Blue Sea 1502 ELCI Main 30A Double Pole Panel
Blue Sea 8100 ELCI Main Panel with 30A Double Pole Breaker
Blue Sea 8101 120 Volt AC Circuit Breaker Panel with ELCI Main
Blue Sea 1193 AC Circuit Breaker Panel with ELCI Main and four circuit breakers
Blue Sea 1190 AC Circuit Breaker Panel with ELCI Main and one circuit breaker
Special order item
Blue Sea 8102 ELCI Panel with 30A Double Pole Main + 2 Positions with Voltmeter
Another way to meet the ABYC standard is to use these
Surface Mount Panels
which can be located in a cockpit locker or lazarette close to where the shore power comes on board the boat.