Blue Sea Systems ST Blade Fuse Block - 12 Circuits with Negative Bus & Cover

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Fuse block, ATC/ATO, 12 circuit, W/negative bus and cover, Mfg# 5026, 32VDC max W/30Amp max per circuit & 100Amp per block. 3.32"W x 6.5"H x 1.52"D. Fuses sold separately.
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116 of 117 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love it, Gave my truck a professional aftermarket look., July 19, 2015
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I bought this in conjunction with a Small Black Storm Box to keep it out of the elements. Fit perfectly inside the box and above my trucks standard fuse box,. I ended up drilling into the box but used the correct tools to seal off the holes and I couldn't be more pleased with how nice this Fuse Block makes all the additional wires I need to connect to my battery look. I would definitely purchase this again if I had another use for it.

I used 8ga wire for the Positive and Negative Pus as I was only running the cables 2 feet to the battery, and for the two components I have hooked up I'm using 16ga as that is all that's required for the amp/wire length.

If I HAD to complain about something It would be the fact that the fuse block has a 100 Amp max per block, and a 30 Amp max per circuit limitation. If you wanted to use all 12 circuits you could only use an average of 7.5amps each (technicaly just over 8 amps but the don't make 8 amp fuses) So if your purchasing... Read more

129 of 135 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fuse block, December 12, 2013
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I used this fuse block for some stereo and lighting circuits in my car. I run my amplifiers with individual power wires and having them all go to the battery and additional pigtails every where for fuses is overwhelming. Using these I was able to keep everything tidy and make it look almost as if it were suppose to be there.

The connections for the fuses are all solid and hold the fuses tightly. The fuse block has a nice heft to it and has Two easily accesible spare fuse holders in the cover. I found the fuses stick out far and have adequate spacing between them to easily pull them out with out a special tool or pliers. The only complaint that I could have with it is the size of the studs and nuts on it. They're good for smaller ring terminals but I used 4 gauge wire and the only ring terminals I can get locally are large enough to fit over the nut. This is easily remedied with a washer but it would have been nice to have one supplied with it anyways.

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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fuse block for off-road vehicles., May 6, 2014
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As with any off-road vehicle there is always a need for adding additional 12 volt accessories - from off-road lights to air compressors. I have always used Blue Sea Systems fuse blocks due to their rugged design, ability to withstand moisture, and there ease of use. The fuse block is rated up to 100 amps and I will always place a reset-able fuse between the battery and the fuse block. I recommend running 4 gauge wire from the battery to the fuse block and from the fuse block to the ground. Each circuit is rated up to 30 amps which is just about perfect for most off-road accessories. I will usually run 10 gauge wire from the fuse panel to switches / relays to ensure that my accessories are properly powered. A great trick is to run one circuit to a distribution block to power your switches (Pin 2 on Carling "On-Off" switches) and then run the remaining circuits to the relays - connecting the circuit to the #30 terminal on your relays. This creates a properly fused and... Read more

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