The 701S is the most compact selector switch available on the market. While BEP recommends isolated battery systems as outlined with our distribution clusters, the 701S provides a simple economical way of separating two batteries. 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 deg C (212 deg F) above the ambient temperature. The continuous and intermittent ratings are tested at 110 percent of specified ratings. All BEP switches are tested Independently to this specification by a 3rd party laboratory.
- Housed in the same dimensions as the 701, and includes the same removable side plates and back cover
- Please note selector switches will not separate electronics from harmful engine starting spikes
- Tin-plated copper studs and nuts