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Unread 05-07-2015, 06:05 PM   #11
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The crazy thing about blade fuse holders and fuses is that the former are often rated 48-60v while the latter are no higher than 32. Even the telecom industry puts standard 32v rated ATO blade fuses in 48vdc panels.

Bussman will make 48v rated fuses but they are pricey.
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Unread 05-07-2015, 06:37 PM   #12
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Default Re: 12v Circuit Breaker?

Ratings on breakers are very different AC vs DC.
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Unread 05-07-2015, 07:14 PM   #13
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Blue Sea Systems, the company that makes the fuse boxes that lots of folks here use also makes DC breakers.

Here is a link to a 30amp version
AWESOME -- THIS is what I was looking for:

https://www.bluesea.com/products/718...ace_Mount_150A

Once again thank you all for your input and assistance - hope I am able to return the favor.
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The crazy thing about blade fuse holders and fuses is that the former are often rated 48-60v while the latter are no higher than 32. Even the telecom industry puts standard 32v rated ATO blade fuses in 48vdc panels.

Bussman will make 48v rated fuses but they are pricey.
Pretty sure this is what I am looking at in both the save a batt and the voltage reducer - they both have in line ATO fuses. Would suspect they are 32v rated fuses but no way to really tell -- that is what threw me off all along here with the circuit breaker question.
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Pretty sure this is what I am looking at in both the save a batt and the voltage reducer - they both have in line ATO fuses. Would suspect they are 32v rated fuses but no way to really tell -- that is what threw me off all along here with the circuit breaker question.
Yeah, all of the standard ATO/ATC fuses are 32v. Crimp Supply does have plug in relays that are 48v. http://crimpsupply.com/circuit-prote...e_voltage=2113 They also have that 150A breaker you posted for about half off retail.
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