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Old 03-25-2009, 08:34 PM   #1
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Greetings!We have a slip arranged for a night in early May and I am being told that the shore power plug is a 50 amp/ 125 volt. I have often used our splitter to attach to a 50 amp plug and split to my 2 *30 amp cables but this is suppose to be an uncommon plug. Any ideas?
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Not really. Two possibilities; a 50 amp 125 to 2 - 30 amps, or a 50 amp 125/250 to 2 30 amps, the latter being more common at least around here. Check out the diagrams at http://www.marinco.com/productline/5...power-products
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Old 03-26-2009, 04:25 AM   #3
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RE: Shore Power

A 50A only 125V is really old style , not found much in any marinas anymore.

A Y adapter will be in a Defender catalog ,


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A 50A only 125V is really old style , not found much in any marinas anymore.

A Y adapter will be in a Defender catalog ,


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I think Harbor House down in Galveston had the 50 amp 125 plugs, but who knows what they'll have once they rebuild.
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RE: Shore Power

i have a splitter thats plugs into a 250 50amp and comes out as 2 50amp 110 if any body is looking to buy one
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I checked out the Marinco website under Shore Power Adapters *and found great info. I am going to dig through my adapters this weekend to see what I may have.Steve
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