Originally Posted by zboss
Why do you say that?
The 120A Blue Sea 7610SI ACR has beefy 3/8" posts that are plated to minimize corrosion
. The Victron uses small M6 (less than 1/4") bare brass studs that are awkward at best to wire or work
on. The robust studs on the Blue Sea ACR mean you can use the same gauge wire as the batteries
are wired with and share the main or main and start bank fuses
, if equipped, saving money
The ACR is also fully epoxy
potted/sealed, offers start isolation to eliminate brown-outs/transients on the house bank, has a remote
LED option and four holes for robust mounting as opposed to a single
plastic tab with a hole in it. The Blue Sea snap-closed cover also acts as terminal insulators so no additional "terminal caps" are required.