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60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger

60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger

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Fuse kit contains 4 high-quality, 60-amp MIDI fuses with protective holders. Works with Redarc 40-amp BCDC battery charger (331-BCDC-1240D). Fuses protect your setup from potentially damaging overcurrent caused by short circuits or overloads. 1-800-940-8924 to order Redarc accessories and parts part number 331-FK60 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Redarc products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Redarc Accessories and Parts - 331-FK60

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Fuse kit contains 4 high-quality, 60-amp MIDI fuses with protective holders. Works with Redarc 40-amp BCDC battery charger (331-BCDC-1240D). Fuses protect your setup from potentially damaging overcurrent caused by short circuits or overloads.


Features:

  • Fuse kit ensures that your setup is protected from potentially damaging short circuits or overloads
    • Designed for use with Redarc BCDC 40-amp battery charger (331-BCDC1240D)
  • Fuse holders provide maximum contact with fuse to keep dirt and debris out of contact points
  • Kit includes
    • (4) 60-Amp fuses
    • 2 Fuse holders with hardware
    • 4 Cable crimp lugs
  • 2-Year warranty


FK60 60-Amp Fuse Kit for REDARC In-Vehicle 40 Amp BCDC Battery Charger

Installation Details 331-FK60 Installation instructions


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Video Transcript for Redarc 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit Review

Today, we're going to be taking a look at Redarc's midi fuse kit. These are available in forty, sixty or one hundred amps. Many of our customers compare these to standard automotive fuses or circuit breakers and the main reason you would want to opt for this fuse over a standard automotive fuse is that the fuse attachment points are screwed down. This ensures that there will be a good connection between our fuse and our circuits for those high amp drawing components.Circuit breakers can typically build heat under long periods of exposure to high amperage draw, which could cause extra resistance and potentially cause that circuit breaker to pop, requiring you to disconnect it to reset it. Whereas these, don't build as much heat and are going to be more suited for those high amp applications these are going to be heavy duty fuses that will give you overload protection for whatever circuits you install them on. What this means, is if you have a short or fault on a circuit on the other side of the fuse, rather than it causing damage to the wiring and circuits on your vehicle, it simply opens the fuse, allows you to make the repairs that you need to fix that wiring and then simply replace it with a new fuse.The kits come with two fuse holders, four fuses and four ring terminals to make connections for your wiring to connect to your fuses on each side.

To mount it, you will need to provide your own screws, they don't come included with the kit. We just use some self tapping screws here, to get this one mounted. Depending on where you mount it, you may want to use a different type of attachment point.Typical applications use this form for high current drawing components, such as numerous lights inside of a camper or RV. We're using ours with our BCDC charging system on our camper here. And, that completes our look at Redarc's midi fuse kit..

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60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger - 331-FK60

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (16 Customer Reviews)

Fuse kit contains 4 high-quality, 60-amp MIDI fuses with protective holders. Works with Redarc 40-amp BCDC battery charger (331-BCDC-1240D). Fuses protect your setup from potentially damaging overcurrent caused by short circuits or overloads.

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Tried to cheap out and not use the recommended Redarc fuses during my 40 amp BCDC install. Bad decision. Similar fuses overheated and failed but not before melting some of the wiring. When I repaired damage I used the recommended Redarc fuses and have had no further issues.




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This Redarc FK60 fuse kit seems well designed. Inclusion of lugs and extra fuses is very nice for installation and maintenance. Presuming the fuses function properly, this should be a solid and durable addition to a quality electrical instrument install.




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Installed per charger instructions to protect charger




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Worked well with the Redarc battery cha rger.


Comments
Midi fuse is working great. I did use a #4 cable on wiring.
Scott H - 03/04/2022


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Worked as advertised




by: 09/18/2021

Very disappointed in this Redarc product. This fuse kit is recommended specifically for use with the redarc 40Amp BCDC battery charger. The Charger recommends 6 Guage or 4 Guage wiring to be used, I my case had to use 4 Guage due to distance from car's battery. However the provided crimp connectors are too small and the housing does not have space to accommodate a 4 guage crimp connector.

To salvage the situation, had to buy separate 4 Guage crimp connectors, use a dremel to grind off some of the plastic housing and then use a velcro strap to keep the housing closed because the housing wasn't designed for a 4 Guage connection.




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I brag about this to other van owners. It gives me more charge from the alternator to my batteries than other brands or products. 40+ amps over about 14 feet of probably six gauge wire from a 130 amp alternator.
Stellar tech support!




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Product works for # 6 cable but not for # 4 cable





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Haven’t installed yet but the product looks to be exactly what I need. Super fast order processing and shipping.




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Part was as described and very fast shi ppping!




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  • What Gauge Wire Works With The Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger
    Redarc recommends using a 6-gauge wire for runs up to 16' and 4-gauge for runs longer runs for the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger, part # 331-FK60. I have included a video review link below.
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  • Is Dedicated Isolator Needed When Adding Redarc BCDC Charger to Charger Battery Bank on Truck
    The Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D you plan on adding to your setup (along with all of Redarc's BCDC chargers) feature built-in isolation technology that will prevent you from draining the Silverado's starting battery. Because of this an additional dedicated isolator is not needed. You will want to add 60 amp MIDI fuses for the input and output of the BCDC Charger (red and brown wires). These should be placed as close to each battery positive terminal as possible....
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  • Installing Redarc 331-BCDC1240D DC to DC Battery Charger For Charging Trailer Mounted Winch Battery
    The small gauge wire feeding the 12-v supply feed to the 7-way wouldn't have enough capacity to power the charger, the charger would need to connect directly to the tow vehicle battery using 4 gauge wire, according to the instructions I've linked to and the installation diagrams I've provided. You'll also need a fuse kit like # 331-FK60. I've also linked to an installation video and a help article.
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  • What Is Actually Required to Install the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger
    In regards to the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger part # 331-BCDC1240D, there are indeed a bunch of add-on's as the battery charger can be used in conjunction with other Redarc products such as the Manager 30 and RedVision. That said, all you really need to get setup and charging your battery/batteries would be the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit part # 331-FK60 (For 40 Amp Models) and some misc. primary wire for power and ground etc. which you can pick up locally. The rest of the stuff you...
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  • Fuse Kit to Use with Redarc BCDC Charger part # 331-BCDC1240D
    With the Redarc BCDC Charger part # 331-BCDC1240D you want to use 60 amp MIDI fuses for both connections which we actually have as a kit with part number # 331-FK60.
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  • 24v Charging with RedArc BCDC 1240D
    The Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger - Dual Input - DC to DC - 12V/24V - 40 Amp # 331-BCDC1240D can work well with two 12v batteries connected in series. I've attached the photo showing how to connect the batteries in series for that 24v output. You also will want the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger # 331-FK60 for that installation.
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  • Will 40 Amp Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger Interfere With 7-Way
    The 40 amp Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D will not interfere with the 7-way on your vehicle, though it is recommended to route separate wiring to the charger so that enough power gets to it, as a 7-way uses smaller gauge wire. So due to this you can use both at the same time if you'd like, though a 7-way will only maintain smaller batteries instead of charging them. So for charging batteries you will want to use the 40 amp Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger #...
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  • Will RedArc Battery Charger Work With Solar Panel and 7-Way to Charge Camper Battery
    I reached out to a representative of Redarc who told me that the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D is the correct charger for your application and there will be no interference or conflict with the charges the battery is getting from the solar set up. The input to the BCDC Charger will be sourced from your F-250's start battery (which is going to be on the passenger's side of your 2-battery set-up) with the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery...
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  • Will the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger Work w/ My Tundra's 130 Amp Alternator?
    The 130 amp alternator in your 2014 Toyota Tundra is definitely high enough for the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger - Dual Input - DC to DC - 12V/24V - 40 Amp item # 331-BCDC1240D. I reached out to my contact at Redarc and he said that almost half of your alternator power will be able to switch over to their charger systems. You are going to need a fuse kit. I recommend the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger item # 331-FK60.
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  • Will 130A Alternator in 2019 Toyota 4Runner be Enough to Work with a 40A Charger
    It sounds like you're referring to the 40A Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D for use with your setup. When it comes to chargers it's a little more about what kind of battery bank you're trying to charge up than how much output the alternator has. With that being said, I reached out to my contact at Redarc and he said that you can typically count on about half of your alternator power being able to switch over to their charger systems so your 130A is definitely high...
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  • Does Input Current Have to be 40 Amps for Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger
    The input current does not have to be 40 amps for the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D. In fact, the 40 amps is the maximum input current as opposed to the minimum. To install this charger you will also need the Fuse Kit # 331-FK60. As you mentioned, there is a smaller capacity charger with a maximum input current of 25 amps, the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1225D. The correct fuse kit for this charger is Fuse Kit # 331-FK40. I have added links...
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  • Are Redarc Battery Chargers # BCDC1225D and # BCDC1240D Compatible with AGM and Lithium Batteries
    Yes, both of the BCDC Redarc batteries, part # 331-BCDC1225D and part # 331-BCDC1240D, are compatible with AGM, gel, standard lead acid, calcium, and Lithium ion (LiFePO4) batteries. The wiring configuration will be very similar between the two. You will just need a low voltage disconnect when using the Lithium Ion battery as you can see in the attached photos. To get the proper fuses you will need the 40-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit # 331-FK40 for part # 331-BCDC1225D, or the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit...
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  • Adding and Charging Two 6V Batteries to Trailer Battery Bank for Desert Camping
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  • Does 60-Amp Relay Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger Need Connecting to Ignition Source
    The 60-Amp Relay Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-RK1260 does not eliminate the need for the blue wire ignition feed on a truck with a smart alternator, which your 2018 Chevy Colorado does have, according to my research (to know for sure you can take a look at the battery, as there should be a battery sensor on one of the terminals). The relay kit's purpose is to give you a short cut to if it is difficult to run the ignition feed, so it is not absolutely necessary....
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  • RedArc BCDC Battery Charger Compatibility with Variable Voltage System and AGM Batteries
    The Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger - Dual Input - DC to DC - 12V/24V - 40 Amp # 331-BCDC1240D is designed to work with smart alternators like yours when you use the 60-Amp Relay Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-RK1260. You will also need to use the 60-Amp MIDI Fuse Kit for Redarc In-Vehicle 40-Amp BCDC Battery Charger # 331-FK60. This prevents your alternator being overloaded and it won't back-feed your alternator either. This system is rated for AGM or Lithium...
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  • Comparing CTEK D250S and SmartPass vs Redarc DC-DC Charger
    I reached out to my contact at CTEK and the CTEK D250S Dual Battery Charger 12V- 20a, 5 step, Heavy Duty CTEK40186 (discontinued) does utilize the Maximum Power Point Tracker (MPPT) as well. When partnered with the (discontinued) Smartpass CTEK56676 you will be able to run your fridge/freezer as you stated. The Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D will also be able to accomplish this so it is a better option for this application. You will also need the fuse kit # 331-FK60...
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  • How To Attach the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger To the Start Battery
    The Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger part # 331-BCDC1250D needs to be installed on the trailer, next to the service/auxiliary batteries. That said, this now means you must run a wire from the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger to the start battery in your vehicle. The correct size wire to use will vary based on total length as you mentioned. I recommend you go pretty large so you don't have to worry about issues with length or voltage drop. We actually have a kit that will work...
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  • RV Battery Charger and Portable Solar Panel System for Boondocking
    Yes, Redarc DC to DC battery charger # 331-BCDC1240D is the right choice for charging your trailer's 540-amp battery bank. This unit can mount in the cabin of your vehicle, along a chassis frame rail, or in the engine compartment and it will connect to the vehicle's battery for input power, not to your 7-way. Use the heaviest gauge wire you can for all connections. Redarc recommends 6-gauge for runs up to 16-feet and 4-gauge for longer runs; this applies to battery input power, solar...
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  • Charger Recommendation for Charging Battery of Dump Trailer
    For a charger for your trailer's battery the best option we have is the Redarc In-Vehicle BCDC Battery Charger # 331-BCDC1240D which is designed for putting up to a 40 amp charge on a battery that is rated higher than 200 amp-hours. The fuse kit you'll need then is the # 331-FK60. I know it's not exactly inexpensive but charging a larger battery while towing requires a special charger setup. For a 7-way with junction box to make wiring up the lighting and braking of your trailer the #...
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