Victron busbars are used for high current distribution and at the same time they provide connections for batteries and/or DC equipment. We offer a number of busbars with different current ratings, and a different number of connection terminals. Each busbar is fitted out with a removable protection cover.
Busbars are used to consolidate multiple wires or feed multiple circuits. Inserted moulded stainless steel studs eliminate the need for securing nut and allow high torqueing for excellent electrical contact. Raised bus provides easy access to multiple wires on a single base. Mounting holes eliminate accidental shorts to aluminium and steel mounting surfaces. They are also a neat and tidy, yet professional way of cleaning up your battery compartment so that don't have as many cables on your battery terminals. All models include a cover.
150A / 70V - 4 high current connections 150A / 70V - 6 high current connections 150A / 70A - 2P with 10 screws 150A / 70A - 2P with 20 screws 250A / 70V - 4 high current connections 250A / 70V - 6 high current connections 250A / 70A - 2P with 6 screws 250A / 70A - 2P with 12 screws 600A / 70V - 4 high current connections & 8 low current connections 600A / 70V - 8 high current connections & 8 low current connections
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