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Smart Plug
My coach has a Smart Plug connection to hook to shore power.

I have a 50 amp yellow power cord with female smart plug on end and native male 50 amp prongs on the other.

I also have a 30 amp power cord with a  female Smart Plug on one end to plug in...

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Re: Smart Plug
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I had a 30 amp Marinco yellow power cord with the regular connection to the coach and 30amp male end. It was great t use in the cold when the 50 amp cord was hard to deal with, especially if  we only had 30 amp available. 

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They tell me it's either a 30 amp coach or a 50 amp coach, and that's true, but it can work on 30 amp service,

I tell them I can choose when no or only one ac is necessary.

They tell me the only way is to use  50 amp cord and dog bone down at power...

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They tell me it's either a 30 amp coach or a 50 amp coach, and that's true, but it can work on 30 amp service,

I tell them I can choose when no or only one ac is necessary.

They tell me the...


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They tell me it's either a 30 amp coach or a 50 amp coach, and that's true, but it can work on 30 amp service,

I tell them I can choose when no or only one ac is necessary.

They tell me the...


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What Jhardman has is a special dog-bone I constructed.

I cut the female 50 amp connector off a regular 30-50 amp adapter (dog bone) and replaced it with a female 50 amp Smart Plug. (note: changed text - not Hubble but regular 50 amp female)
I...

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  • Last Edit: November 21, 2020, 07:47:10 pm by TheBrays

Re: Smart Plug
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And it's fabulous! Thank you Elliott and Mary!

I knew I wasn't crazy!

What Jhardman has is a special dog-bone I constructed.

I cut the twist-lock Hubble connector off a regular 30-50 amp...


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What Jhardman has is a special dog-bone I constructed.


Ah, so this confirms it is not an off-the-shelf item and one needs to construct it (properly) if one wants one.

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Looks like you have your answers. We use SmartPlug and think it is one of the better and safer improvements we have made.

If your "joints at the neck" are a problem on the 30 amp SmartPlug end, you could see how your custom modified cable end is...

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