Pollak Wiring - PK11851
Provide power straight from your battery to a variety of auxiliary equipment with this single-pole socket. Socket has a round pin that is removable for easy soldering and a spring-loaded cover to protect interior from the elements.
- Rugged, single-pole socket
- Ideal for heavy-duty power applications
- Supplies auxiliary power from vehicle battery
- Round, removable pin for easy soldering
- Concealed terminals for durability
- Spring-loaded lid
- Has corrosion-resistant plating
- Keeps dust and moisture out of interior
- 2-Hole mounting style
- Current rating: 300 amps continuous-duty capacity
- 1-Year limited warranty
11-851 Pollak Single-Way, Round Pin Trailer Wiring Socket - Vehicle End
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- Does the Pollak Single-Pole Trailer Connector Provide a Ground Connection
- The # PK11851 Single Pole Round Pin Trailer Connector is designed to deliver power to a trailer. It is not grounded, as the battery on the tow vehicle is already grounded and trailer mounted equipment is typically grounded as well. The ground connection would typically be carried through an additional connector, depending on the piece of equipment you are supplying power to you might need to increase the ground wire gauge.
If you need the connector to power a winch, you would be better off us
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- How to Wire Pollak 2-Pole Trailer Wiring Connector # PK12800
- On the 2-pole connector # PK12800 there is a set screw on the bottom, face end, of the connector. Remove this small screw with a flat screwdriver and you can pull out the terminals of the connector. On the other end you would route your wires (make sure the clamp set screw is loose) and pull them through to the now open end of the connector.
Then you will solder the wires to the terminals. When finished, push the hole assembly back inside the housing and replace the set screw. Then tighten t
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