Fused Battery Eliminates Fuse Boxes

Designed for use in outdoor power sports and recreation vehicles, VTE Inc. presents its Fused Battery Box. Using a top mounted battery box fusing model, the design is eliminating the need for in-vehicle mounting of fusing blocks and their associated hardware, wires, and bus strips.


The fused output wires can connect directly to the power-consuming items, i.e., fans, D.C. motors, winches, starter motors, ignition modules, lighting, audio equipment, and low-power distribution blocks.

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The Fused Battery Box is said to significantly reduce material and complexity of 30A to 500A fusing requirements prescribed by "ABYC,” “RVI," "ANSI," "ISO," and other world-wide standards. The VTE solution allegedly reduces the cost of material, assembly labor, engineering development and is the ideal solution for O.E. M’s of marine, agricultural, outdoor power, R.V.s, O.R.V.s with insulator caps and electromechanical items. For more information, checkout the Fused Battery Box and/or call 800-527-9256 or 231-539-8000.

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