Shore Power Regulation, passed by the Air Resources Board, requires vessels at berth to shut down auxiliary engine power and connect to grid-based shore power. Bay Power has worked with numerous piers and locations throughout the Bay Area to build out the electrical infrastructure necessary to provide efficient, safe, and compliant electrical support.
In addition to the marine-grade components, housing, and installation, Bay Power has extensive experience in the marine field—one staff member even sat on the Board of Directors for the Society of Port Engineers of San Francisco, and still remains involved. If your job involves the ocean, Bay Power can guide you toward a safe and effective electrical solution.
FusesUsed across almost every application and sector that requires electricity, including residential, commercial, industrial, automotive, and marine, current ratings for fuses range anywhere from 15A to as high as 10,000A in heavy duty applications. Other specifications to consider in a fuse are breaking capacity, rated voltage, and class. Further, different classes of fuses have different properties.
Screw Clamp Terminal Blocks
The mechanism in screw clamp terminal blocks provide an extremely secure connection between the conductors and conductor strips. As one of the most widely used terminal blocks in the industry, the reliable connection and steel screw clamp is a popular choice in marine applications, solar applications, railways, and more.