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Busbar 100 A 6 Pos Grounding

Busbar 100 A 6 Pos Grounding

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  • 100A Mini Grounding BusBar with 6 screws
  • Tin plated pure electrical copper for maximum conductivity
  • 2 mounting holes accept #8 screws
  • Max voltage: 48V DC
  • Continuous Rating: 100A DC

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Does the jobAs an electrical engineer, I'm very anal about my wiring. This ground bus makes me happy. I used this in an automotive application for installing emergency vehicle lights. I was able to fit this underneath the kick panel and ground multiple lights on the interior with no problem. I also installed one in the engine compartment for grounding exterior lights. All has worked well so far, and I'm much more confident these individual grounds will stay secure than I would be if I just put them all on one screw. Resolving electrical issues to bad grounds can take a lot of time. Do it right the first time.5Excellent for cleaning up your battery well. Have some #10 washers on standbyThis review is for the Blue Sea Systems 4 terminal bus bar with plastic cover. The product is sturdily made and the plastic cover fits snuggly over the nut on each end. This is important to note because if the end-nuts are screwed down at markedly different measures the cover will not fit as well. Would be good to have a red AND black, but I was only able to find black. So I used black on each side. One important note: if you re using 3/8 lugs / ring terminals, you ll need to add a stainless #10 or similar washer.5Grounding Block, Works!!!! It is a grounding block, well it works.I like it, seems pretty well built. Very sturdy block and like the fact that there are two larger bolt attachments for heavy grounding wires. Used on a car amplifier modification and does the job with no problems of short to ground or such. 5Good QualityVery good quality. My only negative comment is that I would have liked the protective cover to have covered the terminals a little more completely. As is a metal object or a carelessly placed screwdriver can slip underneath and short the terminals.5This Bus Strip is Huge! I m building a solar controller board and needed a negative bus strip to attach all of my negative return wires. I saw this one and probably decided quickly to make the purchase before I realized how big this thing is. Go back and take a close look at the dimension specs and you ll see what I mean. This thing is huge. But that is a good thing because it s rated up to 150 amps. I do not regret my purchase. In my solar power application I could be working with up to 30 amps and this strip can easily handle that. Most of my wires are 14 gauge, but some are 10 gauge and I know whichever way I end up wiring my board this item will not disappoint.If you re wondering how I ve routed my positive wires I have used an automotive fuse block (sold on Amazon) to route and protect each circuit with plugin style blade fuses. Hope this helps with your project.I recommend this Bus Bar. 5Great Solution!First off I like Blue Seas products, quality is always top notch and this buss bar was no exception. I had a mess of wires already on my positive post on my solenoid and needed to add another 12 volt feed. I got this to mount on the inner fender to make things neater and provide better access to future power needs. The cover seems secure and helps to prevent accidental shorts. I like the quality of this unit and mounting was no problem. Thanks Blue Sea!5Looks great under the hood!I used these for ground points on my truck under the hood. I made a large gauge jumper from the main body ground to the side post then pull any new ground needed off the screw points. Cover adds a nice finished touch although totally unnecessary for grounds. Well built as all Blue Sea products I've used.5Great bus bar!The BlueSea 20 screw unit (ASIN B000K2NZ3C) is a excellent bus bar. Unlike many the 1/4" studs are held captive from behind, allowing 1 nut on top to secure the ring lug directly to the bus bar, not between another steel nut (steel is a poor conductor). Combined with the thick 1/8" actual copper bar with tin plate, the resistance from end-to-end was less than I can probably measure with a 4-wire ohm measurement (0.1milliohm), unlike another I tried that was 9x greater. I especially like the captive star washers on the screws - the other unit I tried the washers either got lost, or kept getting between the lug and the bar.Now to find a source for good #8 ring lugs.5SolidWorked great with my solar system5Ground BussMy project required me to mount this against a flat surface, thus you would think you could use only one side of the buss. This item allows you to use both rows of the buss from one side. I used another buss as I was desperate for a buss and found another buss was made in a smaller foot print not easily allowing me to shift wires to one side thus it was a crowded buss. I must remove 2 wires to service one circuit. This item does not crowd your wires and allows servicing without having to remove 2 wires to get to one.5These have been through a lot and are champs at itI have used these for the past year combining three charge controllers to feed a battery bank in an off-grid system. There has been once or twice I exceeded (albeit by only a few amps) the 250 amp limit, and have not seen any problems. As you get above 175 amps, they can start to get a bit above room temperature, but that is to be expected when you are throwing that kind of current through it. The highest temp I was able to garner was about 95-105 degrees F when it was pushing about over 225 amps @ +/- 24v with a temp gun at room temp.The tin coating is very good, and yes, you can definitely tell they are copper on the inside from their weight. Dimensions are spot-on which really helped me put these in an enclosure. I have had no problems with these at all, and let's be honest - they're solid pieces of metal, no moving parts - but they have lived up to every thing I can throw at them thus far.I am upgrading these to the 600 amp models as I am adding more solar and do not want to push my luck when I take it above 300 amps.If you have a need for this kind of item, don't skimp on the workmanship and get these.5Would highly recommend These things are fantastic, I have a classic truck that I was putting some after market electronics on( bed light, low profile led light bar, air horn, stereo system, cb radio/ pa speaker) and this thing cleans up your wiring no doubt makes it not look like a cluster of wires running to your positive terminal or starter silinoid. These will work great on just about anything and they have lots of options to choose from! 5Very sturdy busbarI bought this to connect the negative parallel cables from my solar battery bank. I've been hoping to get a busbar with 5 posts but no such luck. I thought this was 3/8" when I ordered it but it turned out to be 5/16". However since I had to make up battery cables I just bought 5/16" end lugs and put that on the cable instead. The cable from the mini disconnect has a 3/8" lug but this didn't prove to be a problem because the nut makes good contact with the end, but I will update once I get a good sunny day (been having cloudy days and rain). This was a lot cheaper than the quote from the solar company for a 17" busbar with no posts!4
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Does the jobAs an electrical engineer, I'm very anal about my wiring. This ground bus makes me happy. I used this in an automotive application for installing emergency vehicle lights. I was able to fit this underneath the kick panel and ground multiple lights on the interior with no problem. I also installed one in the engine compartment for grounding exterior lights. All has worked well so far, and I'm much more confident these individual grounds will stay secure than I would be if I just put them all on one screw. Resolving electrical issues to bad grounds can take a lot of time. Do it right the first time.5Excellent for cleaning up your battery well. Have some #10 washers on standbyThis review is for the Blue Sea Systems 4 terminal bus bar with plastic cover. The product is sturdily made and the plastic cover fits snuggly over the nut on each end. This is important to note because if the end-nuts are screwed down at markedly different measures the cover will not fit as well. Would be good to have a red AND black, but I was only able to find black. So I used black on each side. One important note: if you re using 3/8 lugs / ring terminals, you ll need to add a stainless #10 or similar washer.5Grounding Block, Works!!!! It is a grounding block, well it works.I like it, seems pretty well built. Very sturdy block and like the fact that there are two larger bolt attachments for heavy grounding wires. Used on a car amplifier modification and does the job with no problems of short to ground or such. 5Good QualityVery good quality. My only negative comment is that I would have liked the protective cover to have covered the terminals a little more completely. As is a metal object or a carelessly placed screwdriver can slip underneath and short the terminals.5This Bus Strip is Huge! I m building a solar controller board and needed a negative bus strip to attach all of my negative return wires. I saw this one and probably decided quickly to make the purchase before I realized how big this thing is. Go back and take a close look at the dimension specs and you ll see what I mean. This thing is huge. But that is a good thing because it s rated up to 150 amps. I do not regret my purchase. In my solar power application I could be working with up to 30 amps and this strip can easily handle that. Most of my wires are 14 gauge, but some are 10 gauge and I know whichever way I end up wiring my board this item will not disappoint.If you re wondering how I ve routed my positive wires I have used an automotive fuse block (sold on Amazon) to route and protect each circuit with plugin style blade fuses. Hope this helps with your project.I recommend this Bus Bar. 5Great Solution!First off I like Blue Seas products, quality is always top notch and this buss bar was no exception. I had a mess of wires already on my positive post on my solenoid and needed to add another 12 volt feed. I got this to mount on the inner fender to make things neater and provide better access to future power needs. The cover seems secure and helps to prevent accidental shorts. I like the quality of this unit and mounting was no problem. Thanks Blue Sea!5Looks great under the hood!I used these for ground points on my truck under the hood. I made a large gauge jumper from the main body ground to the side post then pull any new ground needed off the screw points. Cover adds a nice finished touch although totally unnecessary for grounds. Well built as all Blue Sea products I've used.5Great bus bar!The BlueSea 20 screw unit (ASIN B000K2NZ3C) is a excellent bus bar. Unlike many the 1/4" studs are held captive from behind, allowing 1 nut on top to secure the ring lug directly to the bus bar, not between another steel nut (steel is a poor conductor). Combined with the thick 1/8" actual copper bar with tin plate, the resistance from end-to-end was less than I can probably measure with a 4-wire ohm measurement (0.1milliohm), unlike another I tried that was 9x greater. I especially like the captive star washers on the screws - the other unit I tried the washers either got lost, or kept getting between the lug and the bar.Now to find a source for good #8 ring lugs.5SolidWorked great with my solar system5Ground BussMy project required me to mount this against a flat surface, thus you would think you could use only one side of the buss. This item allows you to use both rows of the buss from one side. I used another buss as I was desperate for a buss and found another buss was made in a smaller foot print not easily allowing me to shift wires to one side thus it was a crowded buss. I must remove 2 wires to service one circuit. This item does not crowd your wires and allows servicing without having to remove 2 wires to get to one.5These have been through a lot and are champs at itI have used these for the past year combining three charge controllers to feed a battery bank in an off-grid system. There has been once or twice I exceeded (albeit by only a few amps) the 250 amp limit, and have not seen any problems. As you get above 175 amps, they can start to get a bit above room temperature, but that is to be expected when you are throwing that kind of current through it. The highest temp I was able to garner was about 95-105 degrees F when it was pushing about over 225 amps @ +/- 24v with a temp gun at room temp.The tin coating is very good, and yes, you can definitely tell they are copper on the inside from their weight. Dimensions are spot-on which really helped me put these in an enclosure. I have had no problems with these at all, and let's be honest - they're solid pieces of metal, no moving parts - but they have lived up to every thing I can throw at them thus far.I am upgrading these to the 600 amp models as I am adding more solar and do not want to push my luck when I take it above 300 amps.If you have a need for this kind of item, don't skimp on the workmanship and get these.5Would highly recommend These things are fantastic, I have a classic truck that I was putting some after market electronics on( bed light, low profile led light bar, air horn, stereo system, cb radio/ pa speaker) and this thing cleans up your wiring no doubt makes it not look like a cluster of wires running to your positive terminal or starter silinoid. These will work great on just about anything and they have lots of options to choose from! 5Very sturdy busbarI bought this to connect the negative parallel cables from my solar battery bank. I've been hoping to get a busbar with 5 posts but no such luck. I thought this was 3/8" when I ordered it but it turned out to be 5/16". However since I had to make up battery cables I just bought 5/16" end lugs and put that on the cable instead. The cable from the mini disconnect has a 3/8" lug but this didn't prove to be a problem because the nut makes good contact with the end, but I will update once I get a good sunny day (been having cloudy days and rain). This was a lot cheaper than the quote from the solar company for a 17" busbar with no posts!4
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