50A SHORE POWER CORDSET INCLUDES LED INDICATOR

50a Cordset

May 5, 2020

Year after year, shore power gear gets knocked around, causing unseen internal damage that can create serious safety issues. A better alternative is upgrading to the Hubbell Marine 50A 125V or 125/250V Twist-Lock® LED Shore Power Cable Set. It provides a long list of safety and convenience features, including a built-in LED to show users when power is flowing, as well as warn of a poor connection.

Available in 25′ and 50′ lengths, Hubbell’s 50A cable sets are built for long-lasting performance and reliability. Each features a new ergonomic housing with integrated line-up notches for hassle-free lock/unlock connecting. A fully molded design with thick vinyl jacketing offers exceptional waterproofing and durability. Built-in high-intensity red and green LEDs indicate correct or incorrect electrical current flow and are visible even in bright sunlight.
Made in the USA and built for serious use, Hubbell Twist-Lock LED Shore Power Cable Sets boast thermoset contact carriers that are arc- and heat-resistant, and nickel-plated blades for outstanding corrosion resistance. Internal bull rings provide strain relief on the terminals and are copper-crimped for a tight connection and long service life. They feature 3-pole 4-wire grounding.

Marine UL and cUL Listed, Hubbell Marine 50A Twist-Lock LED Shore Power Cable Sets meet stringent ABYC standards. They’re available in yellow or white. The yellow 50′ model has a USD MSRP of $969.25 and the 25′ version is $841 USD.

www.hubbell-marine.com.

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