Stinger SwitchHUB

Stinger SwitchHUB

Stinger's SwitchHUB (SPXSH440) is a solid-state, high current relay block with 4 independent outputs. It features one 40A and three 20A outputs, for a combined total of 100A continuous. Each output can be independently triggered by either a positive or negative trigger and those outputs can be combined for even more amperage capability. Each output has a thermal overload, and short circuit protection along with LED status indicators for the Thermal/Overload, Active/Inactive status.

MSRP (USD)

  • $119.99

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