BM30PG

SmartPlug Non Metallic Inlets

SmartPlug Non Metallic Inlets

Description

The SmartPlug Non Metallic Inlet offers superior performance and ease of use.

Features

  • Eliminates Overheating
  • Increased Pin And Clip Surface Area Greatly Improves Electrical Conductivity During High Amperage Demand
  • Ease Of Use: No Twist Required
List Price
$115.00
Your Price
$100.28
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Details


The streamlined design includes all of the same high quality electrical
components as our stainless inlet products

Features:

  • Multi-Point Locking System
  • Side clips lock the plug securely into the inlet which eliminates any
    stress on the pins from movement of the power cord
  • Weatherproof Seals
  • Multi-fin silicone gaskets installed in the inlet cover and interior of
    the plug body eliminates moisture penetration
  • Quick & Easy Installation
  • Inlet mounting flange holes match twist-type holes for an installation
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SmartPlug Non Metallic Inlets BM30PG Non Metallic Inlet, Grey, 30 Amps
$100.28
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SmartPlug 50 Amp Non Metallic Inlet Black BM50PB Non Metallic Inlet, Black, 50 Amps
$98.80
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SmartPlug 50 Amp Non Metallic Gray BM50PG Non Metallic Inlet, Grey, 50 Amps
$98.80
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SmartPlug 50 Amp Non Metallic White Inlet BM50PW Non Metallic Inlet, White, 50 Amps
$98.80
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SmartPlug 30 Amp Non Metallic Inlet Black BM30PB Non Metallic Inlet, Black, 30 Amps
$100.28
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SmartPlug 30 Amp Non Metallic White Inlet BM30PW Non Metallic Inlet, White, 30 Amps
$100.28
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