For owners who find themselves without access to typical marina power but want to use standard household current, SmartPlug can help. Its new 15A 120V Dual Configuration Cordset has a standard three-prong plug on one end and the innovative SmartPlug on the other. Whether a boat is in a yard up on jack stands, on a trailer or in a slip, it's the safest way to run a few electrical components or top-off batteries.
The Dual Configuration Cordset is super flexible and is easily coiled, even in cold weather. Ideal for recharging electric boats, it has a blue LED power indicator light that glows when power is on. Completely sealed, it's available in lengths of 4-, 25- and 50 feet. The revolutionary SmartPlug replaces an outdated, 80-year old invention: the traditional twist-type shore power connector. With double-sidelocking clips and an asymmetrical shape, it's easier to use. The unique design allows the assembled plug and inlet to absorb the force of an impact; there is no load or stress on the electrical connection. With more than 20 times the metal-to-metal contact, it provides greater protection against resistance and overheating—the leading causes of power failure and boat fires.
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