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Old 06-12-2018, 08:05 PM   #1
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250v 50A boat 125v 50A dock power

50+ Marina's. Never ran into this. Shopping a splitter. Suggestions?
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Any 220 /240 volt appliances?

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What marina? The only place I recall running ito 50/125 was Watch Hill LI. The park docks there had adapters. Whatever marina you are talking about will tell you exactly what you need. Hibbel and Marinco all make them. A 30 amp 125 "Smart Y" will work if you have two out of phase outlets on the dock.
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My 125v/50A boat is currently plugged into a 125v/50A pedestal at my home dock.
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Sandusky Harbor Marina. All their adapters are splitters 125 50A to two 30A plugs. Our 30 to 50 fancy dancy Marinco splitter from 30A to one 50A plug doesn't like it.

No 240v appliances.
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Sandusky Harbor Marina. All their adapters are splitters 125 50A to two 30A plugs. Our 30 to 50 fancy dancy Marinco splitter from 30A to one 50A plug doesn't like it.

No 240v appliances.
I had the same problem with my Hubbell one. If you don't have any 220 appliances, the below unit works great. This unit lacks the electronics to protect the 220 appliances if the 2 30 power plugs on the dock pedestal are the same phase.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01KL...op_mb_pd_title

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I had the same problem with my Hubbell one. If you don't have any 220 appliances, the below unit works great. This unit lacks the electronics to protect the 220 appliances if the 2 30 power plugs on the dock pedestal are the same phase.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01KL...op_mb_pd_title

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Ted, thank you. Guess I went too high tech. Anyone need a really slick splitter? Will follow up on the suggestion.

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