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Onboard Charger Inlet

   

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2.5" X 1.943"

  • $24.99

  • SKU: 374549

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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. 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.

  • 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
Onboard Charger Inlet 5 5 6 6
Great design This replaced the one on my boat after kids beat prongs down. Easy to use and install. November 14, 2012
Excellent Quality and Pro looking Installation Installs in minutes and gives your projects that ''custom pro'' look. May 9, 2012
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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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