People are safer with a Hubbell Marine ELCI Kit installed

Hubbell Marine ELCI Kit

Sept 21, 2021

In a marina, people occasionally fall off a deck or dock. If there’s stray electrical current in the water, the accident is potentially deadly. The solution to avoid this scenario is to install an ELCI system, which automatically shuts off the AC power supply if a ground issue is detected. Hubbell Marine offers a variety of ELCI Adapter Kits incorporating its proven 30A or 50A shore power inlets to provide a matched look onboard.

Hubbell Marine ELCI Adapter Kits come with a shore power inlet and one or two blank matching housings for adding a third-party sensor, or also a circuit breaker. The included mounting plates fit most ELCI components, utilizing industry-standard hole spacing for simple installation.

Like its shore power inlets, Hubbell ELCI Adapter Kits are polished stainless steel. A durable white non-metallic material is optional for the 30A model. Ideal for OEM or refit use, quality construction and self-closing covers ensure protection from the weather and a long service life. Stainless steel mounting hardware is included.

The complete ELCI Adapter Kit with inlet and two blank housings is offered in 30A, 125V stainless steel, 30A, 125V non-metallic and 50A, 125/250V stainless steel. Hubbell Marine has seven kit configurations with pricing starting at $352 USD.


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