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Protect your onboard electrical system with our high-quality marine circuit breakers, designed to prevent overloads and short circuits and keep your boat's electrical system safe and reliable.


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  1. Blue Sea 3134 - SMS Panel Enclosure w/4 Branch (12/24V) - 12/24V DC

    Special Price $259.00 Regular Price $380.91
  2. Blue Sea 7068 ATO/ATC-Style Low Profile Circuit Breaker - 2-Pack - 30 Amp

    Special Price $10.64 Regular Price $11.49
  3. Blue Sea 7067 ATO/ATC-Style Low Profile Circuit Breaker - 2-Pack - 25 Amp

    Special Price $10.64 Regular Price $11.49
  4. Blue Sea 7066 ATO/ATC-Style Low Profile Circuit Breaker - 2-Pack - 20 Amp

    Special Price $10.64 Regular Price $11.49
  5. Blue Sea 7065 ATO/ATC-Style Low Profile Circuit Breaker - 2-Pack - 15 Amp

    Special Price $10.64 Regular Price $11.49
  6. Blue Sea 7064 ATO/ATC-Style Low Profile Circuit Breaker - 2-Pack - 10 Amp

    Special Price $10.64 Regular Price $11.49
  7. Sea-Dog Thermal AC/DC Circuit Breaker - Splash Guard Boot

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  8. Sea-Dog Thermal AC/DC Circuit Breaker - 20 Amp

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  9. Sea-Dog Thermal AC/DC Circuit Breaker - 15 Amp

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  10. Sea-Dog Thermal AC/DC Circuit Breaker - 10 Amp

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  11. Sea-Dog Thermal AC/DC Circuit Breaker - 8 Amp

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  12. Blue Sea 7459 UL-489 Circuit Breaker - 50A Flat Rocker

    Special Price $30.00 Regular Price $51.26

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WHAT ARE MARINE CIRCUIT BREAKERS?

Marine circuit breakers are electrical safety devices that are designed to protect your boat's electrical system from overloads, short circuits, and other types of electrical faults. These devices work by automatically interrupting the flow of electrical current in the event of a fault, helping to prevent damage to your boat's wiring, appliances, and other electrical components.


WHY ARE MARINE CIRCUIT BREAKERS IMPORTANT FOR BOAT SAFETY?

Boat safety is a top priority for any boat owner, and marine circuit breakers play a crucial role in keeping your boat's electrical system safe and reliable. Without circuit breakers, electrical faults can lead to fires, damage to your boat's electrical components, and even injury to passengers or crew. By providing a critical layer of protection against these types of hazards, marine circuit breakers help to keep your boat safe and ensure that you can enjoy your time on the water with confidence.


WHAT TYPES OF MARINE CIRCUIT BREAKERS ARE AVAILABLE AND HOW DO THEY DIFFER?

There are several different types of marine circuit breakers available, each with its own unique features and benefits. One common type is the thermal circuit breaker, which uses a bimetallic strip to trip the breaker when it gets too hot due to an overload or short circuit. Another type is the magnetic circuit breaker, which uses a solenoid to trip the breaker when it detects an excessive current flow. Other types of circuit breakers include hydraulic circuit breakers, which use hydraulic pressure to trip the breaker, and electronic circuit breakers, which use electronic sensors to detect and respond to electrical faults.


HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT MARINE CIRCUIT BREAKERS FOR MY BOAT?

Choosing the right marine circuit breakers for your boat will depend on several factors, including the size and type of your boat's electrical system, the types of appliances and equipment you're using, and your budget. It's important to choose circuit breakers that are designed specifically for marine use, as these will be more durable and better able to withstand the harsh marine environment. Additionally, you'll want to choose circuit breakers with the appropriate amperage rating for each circuit on your boat, as using a breaker with too high or low of an amperage rating can lead to problems.


HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY CIRCUIT BREAKERS?

Regular maintenance is important to ensure that your marine circuit breakers continue to function properly and provide reliable protection for your boat's electrical system. You should check the breakers regularly for signs of wear or damage, and replace any breakers that appear to be worn or damaged. Additionally, you should periodically test the breakers to ensure that they're tripping properly and responding to electrical faults as they should. Finally, it's a good idea to have your boat's electrical system inspected by a professional electrician on a regular basis to ensure that it's functioning properly and to catch any potential problems before they become serious.


CAN MARINE CIRCUIT BREAKERS BE USED FOR DC AND AC SYSTEMS?

Yes, many marine circuit breakers are designed to work with both DC and AC electrical systems, making them a versatile choice for boat owners. However, it's important to choose circuit breakers with the appropriate voltage and amperage ratings for each system, as using a breaker with the wrong rating can cause unwanted issues. Additionally, it's important to choose circuit breakers that are designed specifically for marine use, as these will be more durable and better able to withstand the harsh marine environment.

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