Battery switches are designed to be used to interrupt and isolate the battery or bank of batteries in a vehicle from the rest of the vehicle's electrical system. Battery switches are capable of switching much higher currents than ordinary switches. Because of their purpose, battery switches are intended to be used in low voltage 12 volt and 24 volt DC electrical systems, and should never be used for high voltage AC current. Some battery switches feature a removable key, allowing the switch to be left in either the ON or OFF position while being tamper resistant. Our switches range in capacity of 50 amps up to 400 amps of continuous current. Connections to the switches are usually made using either a 5/16" or 3/8" copper cable lug or heavy duty ring terminal. The accompanying video gives an overview of our battery switch selection and how to use them properly.
50 Amp battery master switch with a maximum load of 1000 amps (10 seconds) at 12 volts. Can also be used for 24 volt switching. Comes with a detachable handle to prevent tampering. The battery...
180 Amp Main Battery Switch - This switch can handle your battery disconnect needs. Lever actuated battery switch is rated for 180 amps continuous use while maintaining a 1000 amp in-rush capacity...
180 Amp Keyed Main Battery Switch - Sealed battery disconnect switch is rated for 180 amps continuous, and 1000 amps in-rush. Suitable for electrical systems ranging from 6 volts to 36 volts. One...