SMD FB-1 Single Fuse Block - Steve Meade Designs


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The SMD FB-1 Single Fuse Block is a top-of-the-line product designed to protect your vehicle from potential fire and catastrophic damage caused by short circuits. Whether you have a high-demand aftermarket sound system or other auxiliary accessories like lighting, winches, or air pumps, it is crucial to have a reliable fuse holder to safeguard your vehicle.

Crafted with high temperature injection molded body, CNC and laser cut lid, and featuring an aluminum busbar and landings, this fuse block is built to withstand harsh, hot environments such as the engine bay of your vehicle. It is the very first fully manufactured SMD ANL fuse holder on the market, ensuring exceptional quality and performance for years to come.

Not only is this fuse block durable, but it also boasts a sleek and polished design. The industrial-strength casing is injection molded with high-quality materials, including aluminum, stainless steel, and a 3/16" clear acrylic cover for added protection against accidental contact with live terminals. The clear cover also allows for easy visual inspection of the fuse, ensuring quick and efficient maintenance.

With its robust construction, this fuse block is suitable for various applications, including automotive and marine environments. It is designed to withstand the elements and resist corrosion, ensuring reliable performance wherever it is installed.

For optimum protection, it is recommended to mount the SMD FB-1 Single Fuse Block within 18 inches of the power source, such as the front battery, alternator, or any auxiliary battery bank. This ensures that the fuse is as close to the battery as possible, providing maximum protection from potential hazards.

The exact dimensions of this reliable fuse block are yet to be determined, but rest assured, it will fit seamlessly into your vehicle's setup, providing you with the ultimate peace of mind. Invest in the SMD FB-1 Single Fuse Block today and protect your vehicle from the dreaded "Car-B-Q" and potential damage caused by short circuits.


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