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|Product Dimensions||20 x 4 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||55185|
|Manufacturer Part Number||55185|
|OEM Part Number||55185|
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Camco RV Dogbone Electrical Adapter With Easy PowerGrip Handle, 30 Amp Male to 50 Amp Female, 18" (3750W/125V) (55185)
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- Handles make unplugging easier
- 30 AMP (TT-30P) male to 50 AMP (14-50R) female
- Handles are molded and made of heavy-duty polyvinyl plastic
- 180 degree turn from male end to female end reduces stress
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Camco RV 18" PowerGrip Dogbone Electrical Adapter with easy grip handle is designed for greater convenience and ease of use. It has 30 AMP male to 50 AMP female ends. 125V/3750 watt.
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I bought this because I had dead batteries to start out my journey and my truck just wouldn't keep up with charging the fully dead batteries and running the refrigerator. I didn't have the luxury of hooking up my trailer for a day before I took off, otherwise dead batteries wouldn't have been an issue.
I actually used this when I stayed overnight at a hotel and Flying J truckstop. The hotel was nice enough to point me to an exterior outlet close enough to park my fifth wheel. The truckstop actually had shore power (first time I had experienced this) and simply plugged in. I also bought a 100' extension cord for those hard to reach places (like at the hotel). Be careful when purchasing the extension cord, the cord must be rated for at least 15 amps (same as the plug) to avoid any issues.
I believe this is a must-have for cross country travel and for storage. My fully charged batteries were able to run my fridge overnight and during the 12+ hours of driving if I did not plug in, but this allows for a backup plan if you can find an outlet. This dogbone also serves as a maintenance charger when the trailer is not in use for any period of time.
Originally priced this at some of the camping stores and it was more than double the price that it's listed for here.
We've already used it 4 times and the handles on each plug make it very easy to unplug when we're ready to break down from our trip.
The 180 degree turn on the plugs is a nice feature, the cables are twisted or strained when using this connection.
Lights up when power is applied. Makes it easy to check with just a glance to see if we have external power.
It seems to be well constructed and solid. We've only used it 4 times so far but if the build quality is as it appears, we don't expect it falling apart any time soon.