KonFUSED 2 Way Fuse Block + In Line Fuse Holder
The KNF60 uses 6 isolated ports in its patented design*. Each is then linked, fused, or left open to configure the block for your application's demands. Utilizing three platforms to fuse or link these ports makes the KNF60 unlike any distribution block before it. Each output has room for two links or Mini-ANL fuses allowing up to 300A of protect per circuit!
Each port on the KNF60 is capable of accepting 0 gauge or 4 gauge power cable depending on the fitting used. Now power for the largest installations can be easily be routed through one block!
Have a two way system with an extra battery in the rear? The KNF-60 can do the task of system distribution and in line fuse all in one chassis. The x21 configuration of the KNF-60 allows for two inputs, and two fused outputs for the distribution section. One input and one output is available for the inline fuse section of the KNF-60. Included with this item are your choice of three sets of fuses and 2 Mini-ANL Links.
*Pat No, D695698, additional Pat Pending
Dimensions L x W x H: 4.9" x 4.6" x 1.85"
Total Ports: 6
Fittings Included: Four 0 Gauge, Two 4 Gauge
Fuse Type: Mini-ANL (AFC)
Fuse Count: 6 fuses and 2 links come with the KNF-60x21 Max Load: 300A x 3
Finish: Black Chrome
Overview – KNF Series Fuse / Distribution Blocks use our compression fittings to secure the input and output cable connections. By changing the fitting type, the installer can select from 1/0 or 4 gauge input or output
Configuration – To setup your x21 fuse block, install the Mini-ANL links across the top and vertical fuse surfaces from the center port of the KNF-60 (D in schematic). This is then your input side of the distribution block. Fuses connect the lower fuse platform from the right and left side of the KNF-60 (D & F to C & E).
In line Fuse The main power wire from the front of the vehicle connects to A and is fused through to B, which should be 1-2' away from the rear battery.
Please see our compression fittings how to for more information regarding fitting/wire installation here http://www.knukonceptz.com/assets/Tech/knfhowto.pdf
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