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50 Amp Cable Packed with Safety Features

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Posted by Michelle Howard

As onboard power demands increase, Hubbell Marine answers the call with 50 amp cable sets that feature safety indicator LED lights.
They notify users when electricity is flowing and, more importantly, when there are wiring problems at the power source.

The high-intensity LEDs on the female end of the cord are visible even in direct sunlight. Green represents Power On and red designates Incorrect Wiring. Hubbell also offers economical 50 amp cable sets without LEDs. Made in the USA and UL-listed, the high-visibility yellow 25' and 50' models come in either 125V or 125/250V, with some available in white.

Inside, Hubbell's cable sets feature an arc- and heat-resistant thermoset contact carrier. Exclusive copper crimp barrel terminations provide tight connections and long life. A nickel-plated brass shell and contacts resist corrosion. Jute filler delivers maximum cord flexibility.

To stand up to repeated use and the elements, Hubbell cable sets are totally molded, with a bull ring to keep strain off the terminals and a flex feature to control the angle of cord entry. A metallic threaded ring provides a watertight seal when mated with the shore power inlet.
Through June 30, Hubbell offers a $50 cash rebate on the purchase of a 50 amp, 50' cable set.

Apr 7, 2017

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