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Old 06-06-2011, 08:41 PM
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I need a 30amp female to 50 male adapter. The marine ones are like 80-100 bucks. The weatherproof rv ones are 20-30 bucks. What's the differences?
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60-70 bucks?
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I believe the RV plugs are wired differently. The 50amp marine plug is 240 volt and the rv is 120 volt, I think.
BUT PLEASE CHECK!!!!!!!!
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This may be of some help:
http://www.marinco.com/files/Shore%20Power.pdf
Then look at the RV-Marine converisions. You may have to make your own adapter!
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