BEP MARINE BATTERY SWITCH TEST PROCEDURES (UL 1107)
Continuous (1 hour) intermittent (5 minutes) and cranking (engine starting – 10 seconds). The test is to determine the maximum current the switch can handle for the stated time, without the rear terminals exceeding 100°C above the ambient temperature. The continuous and intermittent ratings are tested at 110% of specified ratings. All BEP switches are tested independently to this specification by a 3rd party laboratory.
701 BATTERY MASTER SWITCH - 63142 C
The 701 Contour Battery Master Switch offers a number of unique features. The highlights being the patented contour lock system, allowing it to be a stand alone unit, or locked together with other switches. The 701 also features a control knob which cannot be removed whilst in the On or OFF position, however can be removed by
switching to an anti-clockwise 45° position. The control knob also features an interchangeable labelling system allowing a full range of applications Set-713 or Set-715. The 701 also features removable side plates on 4 sides for access of up to 1/0 cables. Plus a rear cover insulating the rear terminals against any short circuits
ensuring the switch meets ABYC requirements. The 701 can be either surface or recess mounted by cutting a 52 mm (2 1/16”) hole.
• Continuous rating: 275 Amp DC
• Intermittent rating: 455 Amp DC
• Cranking rating: 1250 Amp DC
• Voltage rating: 48V DC
• Operation: ON/OFF
• Mounting: recessed or surface
• Termination stud size: 2 x 10 mm (3/8”)
• Dimensions: 69 x 69 x 75h mm (2.75 x 2.75 x 3h inches)
• Tin plated copper studs and nuts
• Ignition protected
701-PM PANEL MOUNT BATTERY SWITCHES - 65494 X
Same specifications as 701 switch.