C30253

SmartPlug 30 Amp Dual Configuration Cordsets

SmartPlug 30 Amp Dual Configuration Cordsets

Description

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

Features

  • SmartPlug connector on boatside end with twist-type plug on dockside
  • Power-on indicator light on boatside connector end
  • Weatherproof face seal on boatside connector end
List Price
$215.00
Your Price
$177.59
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Details

The SmartPlug 30 Amp Dual Configuration Cordset connects to the SmartPlug 30 Amp Boatside Inlet (BM30S) on the boatside and a typical 30 Amp twist-type outlet on the dockside. It is also the only shore power cord on the market which uses tinned copper wire throughout the entire length of the cable for the ultimate in corrosion resistance.

Features


  • No adapters needed!
  • SmartPlug connector on boatside end with twist-type plug on dockside
  • Tinned copper wire throughout entire cordset for the ultimate in corrosion resistance.
  • Power-on indicator light on boatside connector end
  • Straight electrical contacts with 20x more contact area
  • Weatherproof face seal on boatside connector end
  • Multi-point locking system


Includes

  • Dual Configuration Cordset
  • User Manual
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SmartPlug 30 Amp Dual Configuration Cordsets C30253 30 amp dual configuration cordset, 25 feet
$177.59
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SmartPlug 30 Amp Dual Configuration Cordsets C30503 30 amp dual configuration cordset, 50 feet
$224.29
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