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50 Amp RV Park Power Maximizer to 30 Amp and 15 Amp RV Electrical Adapter Splitter Power Grip 45 Amps

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  • Connect to your 50 amp plug
  • Splits to 30 amp and 15 amp
  • Combined power of 45 amps
  • Power Grip
  • Weatherproof
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Now you can get up to 45 amps of combined power with this electrical adapter. When connecting to your RVs 50 amp power cord, dont be limited to just 15 amps or 30 amps. This Camco Power Grip power maximizes draws combined power from a 15 and a 30 amp outlet, which allows your RV to receive up to 45 amps. This is a polarized adapter designed solely for recreational vehicles and is not for use with any other adapter or device. This adapter must be in conjunction with properly sized circuit breakers. Features & Specifications Combined power of 45 amps Power grip Connect to your 50 amp plug Weather proof

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Shipping Weight 10 pounds
ASIN B005ENGYTO
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Best Sellers Rank #135,789 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
Date first available at Amazon.com July 26, 2011

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There is nothing wrong with this item except that it is unuseable at most campgrounds. Campgrounds that offer a 15 or 20 AMP plug, by electrical codes have to provide the 15/20 AMP with a ground fault plug in as most users of these 15/20 AMP plugs are tent or tent camper people who have no electrical system such as a RV trailer or MH may have.

You may come across a Camp Ground that has no ground fault protection on a 15/20 AMP plugs but they are probably not up to code.

It may be useful at a CG that offers two 30 AMP plugs, which do not have to have ground fault plugs. There you can plug one lead into the 30 AMP plug and using an adaptor plug the other lead into a seperate 30 AMP plug. Most of this assumes that another site which is on the same power pole is not occupied and you can then use there AMP's to make your RV have more power.

I have read that there are devices that you can use with a 15/20AMP GF plug but not this one which clearly states its limitations. Look for another cord set but it will be more expensive than this one.

If you come across a camp ground that has seperate 30 and 15/20 amp plugs or even two seperate 30 AMP plugs for your site use only then they would more than likely, such as Fort Wilderness at Disney World also provide a 50 AMP plug.

Knowing the limitations if you can find a combination at a camp ground that works then buy it or if not then save your money.
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On a 10 week trip was never able to use this. The 15amp cord adapter trips a GFI EVERY time. I wasted $80.
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