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Old 03-03-2020, 19:39   #1
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Replacing Carling technologies switch

Hello,
Dont laugh if this is the dummest question in the world but first time for everything. I am to replace a carling technologies switch 'AA1-X0-00-909-XD1-C'. This is the 'head switch (on-off) to turn on the 12V panel, 20A max
with specs:
Fl.AMP: 50
Max Volts: 32
Hertz DC 50/60
Delay 34
Trip Amps 67.5
Circuit 80
Boat is from continental Europe from the late 80's and the switch likely as well.
Can I just buy another 20A on-off switch for DC from Carling Technologies or is it more complex than that? Thank you!!
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Re: Replacing Carling technologies switch

Any 20A DC circuit breaker switch will suffice for your application; Carling or otherwise.
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Carling Technologies switch 'AA1-X0-00-909-XD1-C'
https://www.carlingtech.com/sites/de...B-A-Series.pdf
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thank you so much!!!! Very kind.
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