Sealed fuse/relay box

  • 15-May-2009 10:17 EDT

The sealed fuse/relay box from Tyco Electronics, in partnership with TTI, allows users to place power distribution requirements outside a vehicle's cab or passenger compartment. Each wire uses a single wire seal on the underside of the box while a peripheral silicone seal, which is located around the box interface, provides sealing against the cover. A part of TTI’s expanded transportation connector product line, the box contains 60 cavities and accepts most 280 footprint mini fuses and mini and micro relays. The 280 footprint allows the end user to customize the device layout to meet the vehicle power requirements.
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