BF30

SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Connector

SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Connector

Description

The SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Connector is easily retrofitted into the boatside end of an existing shore power cord.

Features

  • Pushes straight in, no twisting required
  • Straight electrical blades with 20x more contact area
  • Multi-point locking system
List Price
$85.00
Your Price
$74.19
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The SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Connector (BF30) is easily retrofitted onto the boatside end of your existing shore power cord. Simply cut off the old connector and replace it with the superior SmartPlug connector using the included instructions. Works with SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Inlet (BM30S).

Features:

  • Pushes straight in, no twisting required
  • Straight electrical blades with 20x more contact area
  • Weatherproof seals
  • Multi-point locking system
  • 316 stainless steel side levers

Includes:

  • 30 Amp Connector
  • Installation tool
  • Flanged cord seal
  • Weatherproof Face seal
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Connector BF30 Boatside connector, 30 amp
$74.19
In Stock

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