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Onboard Charger Inlet

   

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2.5" X 1.943"

  • $24.99

  • SKU: 374549

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  • Charger inlet mounts to boat and hardware to your onboard battery charger
  • Keep hatch closed while charging
  • With hatch closed and locked, charger is safe from thieves
  • 15-amp rating
Just mount the charger inlet to the boat, and hardwire directly to your onboard battery charger, and your hatch will never have to be left open while charging. With the hatch closed and locked, thieves can't get to your valuable charger. Rated at 15 amps, 125V. 2.5" Dia.x1.943" Deep. Requires a 1-7/8" diameter hole.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Multiple uses I used this item to replace the cord on my Ford f-350 block heater. Drilled hole in my bumper. Wired in the plug. Worked great. No more cord hanging out. February 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Convenient Access I purchased this to make it easier to chrage my onboard batteries with my new onboard charging system. Now when I'm done fishing I merely need to plug an extension cord into the center console. March 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alternative use Bought two of these inlet charger mounts for my Chev Duramax heater plugs. The old cord that comes with the vehicle wears in this climate and I hav had to replace often. Drill hole in the bumper and mounted cord to this inlet and it works great. No more cord floping and breaking. Easy to use even when front of the vehicles have iced over. February 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by charger inlet although it requires a 1 and 7/8 inch bit to drill the hole it is so easy to hook up and use. have two on my boat now January 23, 2013
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Does the charger plug into the backside, or is there splicing involved?
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Backside is not a plug, it's terminals for bare wires, Easy to wire (3 terminals)
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The wires feed through a rubber boot that comes with the device and attaches to screw terminals. You need to cut the plug off of the charger and replace it with this.
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Just mount the charger inlet to the boat, and hardwire directly to your onboard battery charger, and your hatch will never have to be left open while charging.
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