About the T-Spec v12 Series VFDB2
Distributes power safely and neatly
This compact distribution block from T-Spec will handle the high-current power distribution for your multi-amp sound system, ensuring that your wiring's connected securely, looking neat, and safely fused. T-spec's Universal Screw Design for securing the wires and mini ANL fuses to the block works with a variety of tools. Solid black nickel-plated brass construction ensures reliable power flow, and an impact-resistant polycarbonate cover keeps the fuses and connections clean. (Fuses sold separately.) Warranty: 1 year.
What's in the box:
- One v12-series distribution block for mini-ANL fuses with one 4 or 1/0 AWG set-screw input and two 4/8 AWG set-screw outputs
- Plastic cover (attached)
- 3 Rubber grommets and sleeves (pre-installed)
More details on the T-Spec v12 Series VFDB2
Overview: This package includes one T-Spec VFDB2 compact, 2-position distribution block that will accept mini-ANL fuses (sold separately). The solid brass construction, with flat-black finish, gives you maximum conductivity. The distribution block is installed inside a durable base with a translucent, impact-resistant removable cover. Two holes in the base are provided for mounting, using either screws or wire ties (not included).
Configuration: The distribution block has one input, accepting either 4 or 1/0 AWG wire, and two outputs for either 4 or 8 AWG wires. Each output requires a mini-ANL fuse (sold separately). A rubber grommet and sleeve is provided on the input as well as the two outputs. The output grommets can be removed, with only the rubber sleeve installed, allowing 4 ga. wire to be inserted.
Set Screws: The wire connections are secured with Torx set-screws. A Torx T-20 driver is required to tighten or loosen the set screws.
Optional Ferrules: Install Bay (Metra) wire ferrules (sold separately) are designed to crimp onto your power, ground, or speaker wire and provide a clean, solid connection to your terminal block or amplifier with set-screw connections. Bare wire is slid into the length of the ferrule and then crimped onto the wire. This keeps all copper strands held tightly together, with no splaying while tightening the terminal connection. Install Bay wire ferrules can be found here.
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