C3050BM30NT

SmartPlug 30 Amp 50" Cordset w/Stainless Steel & No Thermostat

SmartPlug 30 Amp 50" Cordset w/Stainless Steel & No Thermostat
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30 Amp 50" Cordset with Stainless Steel & No Thermostat

30 Amp Dual Configuration 50' Cordset with Twist-Type Connection & 30 Amp
Stainless Steel Inlet - No Thermostat.

The SmartPlug 30 Amp Dual Configuration Cordset connects to the SmartPlug
30 Amp Boatside Inlet.

Features:
  • Ease of Use - No twist required, the unique plug body shape and
    push-in design means it only goes in the right way every time - even in the
    dark!
  • It is easily installed into the typical 4-hole mounting pattern on your
    boat using the included instructions
  • Works with the SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Connector and the 30 Amp Dual
    Configuration Cordset
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SmartPlug 30 Amp 50" Cordset w/Stainless Steel & No Thermostat C3050BM30NT SMARTPLUG 30 AMP 50" CORDSET STAINLESS STEEL
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