Waterproof, Switchable, Surface Mount Circuit Breakers

Price:  £26.43(£22.03 Exc. VAT)
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Product code:  P01376

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These rugged thermal circuit breakers are designed for the protection and isolation of high current circuits up to 200A. They are fully waterproof to IP67 and ignition protected for safe marine use. The manual trip can be used to switch off and isolate the circuit if required, is easily re-settable and provides an easy-to-see indication that the breaker has tripped.  Well suited for use in engine compartments and bilge areas for protection of high current accessory and auxiliary circuits (examples include high current audio and battery charging applications).

The terminal studs are stainless steel and feature locking washers and rubber insulation covers.

Ideal for use on boats, trucks, agricultural vehicles, motorhomes, buses etc.

Sold individually.


  • Voltage rating: 48V DC max.
  • Available current ratings: 50, 60, 80, 100, 150 & 200A
  • Ingress Protection rating: IP67 (dust-tight and immersion to 1m for 30 mins)
  • Terminal stud sizes: 6mm (50-150A) / 10mm (200A)
  • Terminal stud height: 12.5mm (50-150A) / 20mm (200A)
  • Operating temperature range: -32ºC to +82ºC
  • Overall dims (50-150A): 74 (L) x 48.5 (W) x 45 (H) mm
  • Overall dims (200A): 86.5 (L) x 48.5 (W) x 45 (H) mm
  • Mounting hole diameter: 6.5mm
  • Regulatory compliances: CE, SAE J1625, SAE J1171 (Ignition Protected)

Further information

The following terminal covers can be used with these circuit breakers:

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Circuit Breaker
Thursday, 9 May 2019  |  T

Perfect for the high DC power fusing and manual trip

Monday, 30 April 2018  |  Louis

Works a treat, well built, good quality

Circuit breaker
Wednesday, 8 November 2017  |  Kenny

Exactly what I wanted

Surface mount circit breakers
Thursday, 20 July 2017  |  Terence

Very happy, Works perfectly.

Switchable circuit breaker
Thursday, 2 March 2017  |  Robert

Good robust unit