Single Battery Disconnect Switch

Catalog Item # 69568

Disconnect batteries quickly and easily to stop unwanted battery drain and help prolong battery life.

Help prevent theft, tampering and unauthorized use. Improve safety and security of stored vehicles, RVs, engine and seasonal equipment. For applications up to 48 volts. Continuous rating 300 amps. Intermittent rating 1000 amps/5 seconds. Crank rating 700 amps/10 seconds. Surface or panel mount. ISO 8846 approved.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 2 reviews (5 Based on 2 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Easy To Install And Good Quality (1)
  • Makes Disconnecting Your Battery(ies) Quick And Easy (1)
  • Quality product (1)
  • Time saver (1)
  • Well-built (1)
Cons
  • A Little Pricey (1)
  • No hardware to attach to anything (1)
  • No Mounting Hardware Or Cable Lugs Included (1)

Excellent!

by Wm from CO – June 24, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

This is affordable and nice looking and has a quick install! There is no mounting hardware with it. So you will have to improvise

No more going to the toolbox to disconnect house battery!!

by Brian D. – September 15, 2018
5 out of 5 stars

Does just what it's supposed to do. Turn OFF or ON your house battery with a flick of your wrist. Doesn't come with any mounting h

by Anonymous – January 22, 2016
The picture shows battery 1, 2, 1&2 and off. Will this switch between multiple battery banks and off
No, the product image is incorrect. This switch is a 2 position model that is only On and Off. We no longer carry the 4 position switch, Wirthco #20393, but can be found at other retailers. The 4 position switch does allow you to switch between two battery banks or connect to both banks simultaneously.
by Camping World – February 17, 2016
by Anonymous – July 06, 2015
On the back are 10mm threaded studs. Ring terminals on the end of the battery cables slip on the studs and are locked down with provided nuts. One post is connected from the positive terminal on the battery while the other post is connected to the power center on the RV. While a different switch is used in the below video, the wiring process is the same. RV Battery Box Disconnect Switch Installation
by Camping World – November 05, 2015
by chuck – May 25, 2015
Item #69568
The threaded studs are 10mm.
by Camping World – October 09, 2015

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