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  • Dimension Of Epicord 30 Amp Power Inlet
  • I went out into our warehouse to measure the Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet - White # 277-000137 for you. The hole needed is a 3 inch diameter and it is 2-1/4 inches recessed into the wall. I've attached a photo to help.
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  • Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet 277-000138 Dimensions
  • I spoke with my contact at Epicord and the part # 277-000138 measures 3-5/16 inches wide x 3-3/4 inches tall x 3-1/4 inches deep. The distance between the square mounting holes is 2-7/16 inches on center vertically and horizontally.
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  • Compatibility of Epicord 50-Amp RV Power Cord 277-000153 with Reliance PB-50 Power Inlet
  • The Reliance PB-50 power inlet is rated for 50-amp service so the female connector on Epicord 50-Amp RV Power Cord part # 277-000153 will mate with it perfectly.
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  • Will Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug # 277-000143 Work with the 7-Way on Chevy Trucks
  • You should not have any issues using Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug # 277-000143 with the 7-Way on your Chevy truck. It is a standard 7-Way just a slightly different design for the pins like you said. This design allows for more contact between the pins on the truck's 7-Way and trailer 7-Way. We have not heard any complaints from our customers on this part either. I have included a link to a video review of this wiring harness for you.
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  • 7-Way Socket to Go with 7-Way Plug and Lead # 277-000143
  • For a 7-way socket to match the part # 277-000143 the part # A10-7082VP is a great option. Both of these fit the standard RV blade style 7-ways.
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  • Can Key of Epicord Battery Disconnect Switch with Key # 277-000096 be Removed when On
  • The only time the key of the Epicord Battery Disconnect Switch with Key # 277-000096 can be removed is when the key is in the off position. The key has to be installed for it to be in "ON". It can withstand some weather pretty easily like most wiring that you might find under the hood of an engine, but you wouldn't want to submerge it by any means.
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  • Can 7-Way Junction Box 277-000141 Be Used to Charge Trailer Battery
  • If there happened to be a 12 volt keyed power source in the circuits of the # 277-000141 you could use it for the isolation solenoid # TR118665. Essentially you would need to have the 12 volt circuit of the vehicle already be only active when the key is on. Which if that were the case you wouldn't need the solenoid realistically. If the 12 volt circuit of your truck's 7-way is active all the time you would need to install the solenoid on that circuit and that would get the circuit active...
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  • Female 30 Amp Replacement Cord Connector with Twist Lock
  • The Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet - White # 277-000137 is a great option for the male end that attaches to your camper. For the female connector for your cord, I recommend the Mighty Cord Replacement Twist Lock Connector for RVs - Female - 30 Amps # A10-30FDT. You may want to consider the Weatherproof Cover w/ Threaded Ring for Mighty Cord Twist Lock Female Connector - 30 Amps # A10-30CV as well.
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  • What Type of Power Cord Attaches to the Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet # 277-000137
  • Based on what you described it sounds like your trailer has a 30 amp power cord like what the Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet # 277-000137 is designed to attach to. I attached a picture of the what is designed to attach to the # 277-000137 for you to check out as well.
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  • Compatibility of Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle 277-000145 with Furrion 30-Amp Receptacle
  • The 30-amp RV power cord products we offer, such as the Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle # 277-000145, use the same standardized NEMA TT-30P type plugs. These connectors have their three conductors arrayed in a circular pattern as shown in the photo I linked for you. I also linked our main page for RV wiring products. Here you can see all 30-amp and 50-amp wiring products. 50-amp cords like # A10-5025EH use a different 4-conductor pattern.
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  • How to Determine the Right Replacement Power Cord to Plug a Trailer/RV into Shore Power
  • To replace the power cord that goes from the shore power receptacle at a camp site to the RV you will need to know the amperage rating for both. Most shore power receptacles are 30 amp, some are 50. Rarely you will see a 15 amp. The different amperage ratings require different connector types so even if you are not sure what the RV has you can look at the outlet. Cord # 277-000149 is a 30 amp to 30 amp so the end that plugs into an outlet has two slanted flat pins and one round ground...
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  • Measurements of Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet - Black Item # 277-000138
  • I went out to the warehouse and measured Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet - Black Item # 277-000138 for you. The overall width is 3-1/4 inches. the overall height (lid closed) is 4 inches or 7-1/2 inches with the lid opened straight up. The overall depth is 3-3/16 inches. I have included pictures showing these and other measurements for you.
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  • Wiring Diagram for Home Made Trailer
  • I've linked an article on trailer wiring that includes a diagram you might find helpful. One solution to help wire everything together is to use a junction box with your trailer's 7-way connector, like # 277-000141. This way you can run all of your trailer's wires to the box instead of to the back of the connector. To wire you brakes you'll want to use 10 gauge wiring # 10-1-1. For the lights you can use 16 gauge, # 16-1-1. Both are sold by the foot. When looking into the back...
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  • Can Non-Epicord Cords be Used with the Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet # 277-000137
  • No, the Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet # 277-000137 uses a standard twist lock power inlet so you can use other power cords. We do have adapters that go from a 15-amp male power plug from your RV to a 30-amp receptacle. I recommend using the Camco Power Grip RV Power Cord Adapter # CAM55155 because it has a nice, bright-yellow color for easy visibility at night and a built-in handle on the male end which makes unplugging very easy. If instead you are looking for the 30-amp...
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  • Recommended Battery Disconnect Switch for Deep Cell Battery on Horse Trailer for Accessories
  • Yes, the Epicord Battery Disconnect # 277-000096 would be a great switch choice for you to install on the horse trailer to ensure that all the power is on and off to your accessories with one switch to the deep cell battery. I have linked it to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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  • What Is Diameter Of Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle Cable
  • I went to our warehouse and measured the 50-amp cable for the Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle # 277-000157. The cable itself measures .65 inches diameter. The round coupler on the end of the cable measures approximately 1-1/2 inches.
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  • Recommended RV Pigtail 30 Amp and 125 Volt
  • We do have power cables that meet your 30 amp and 125 volt criteria, however we do not have a 36 inch option for length. I'm not sure why that length is needed, but if you can use a longer cable it is actually more cost effective to use a manufactured length. If you need a precise 36 inch long cable, I recommend you customize a cable to that length using Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle 25' Long Pigtail # 277-000144 and the Mighty Cord Replacement Hardwire RV Plug - Female End # A10-R30VP....
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  • Wiring Needed to Rewire a Trailer for Lights and Electric Brakes
  • Both the # A40W5B and # W002290 have a blue wire that is only 5 feet long. Plus, the blue wire is only 18 gauge and 20 gauge, respectively. So these are not going to work for your application. What you're going to want to use is Bonded 4 Wire # 16-4B-1 which is sold by the foot. This will provide the four 16 gauge wires to run from the junction box, part # 277-000141, to your trailer's lights. Then for the brakes you will want a 10 gauge wire, # 10-1-1, which is also sold by the...
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  • Wire Gauge Sizes in Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug with Junction Box
  • The wire gauges in the Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug with Junction Box # 277-000141 are as follows: White = 10 Black = 10 Yellow = 14 Green = 14 Red = 14 Brown = 14 Blue = 12 The wire gauge in the Epicord # 277-000141 changes with different functions of the wires. Signal wires, like yellow, green, red, and brown, draw less amperage so they use a lighter gauge wire. Heavier gauge wire is used for functions like the brake signal, ground, and 12V power because they carry...
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  • How Can I Connect Brakes On 1998 Rockwood Pop-Up Camper
  • For the brakes on your 1998 Rockwood popup trailer you can check out the attached helpful article that goes into detail explain what is needed to add electric brakes to a trailer. You will need to make sure you have the correct wiring on your trailer to be able to get the signal for the brakes. If you do not have a 7-way connector on your trailer or you do not have the wiring for brakes on the trailer I recommend part # 277-000141. This is a 7-way trailer side harness and a junction box....
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  • Hardware Needed To Install 277-000096 50 Amp Battery Disconnect Switch
  • The 50 amp battery disconnect switch would install inline on the positive battery cable. If there's enough slack in the positive cable to reach the area where you want to mount the switch, you'd simply cut disconnect the positive battery cable and cut it at the point where it reaches the terminals on the back of the switch. You'd need to install a ring terminal on the wire, but the size terminal you need will depend on the gauge of the wire used for the cable (the wire gauge should be printed...
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  • Recommended 30-Amp Components For Trailer
  • We do not offer a kit for a 30 amp circuit as you requested but we do have the items you mentioned as separate items I have attached a link to our product page for the 30 amp items we offer. For a power inlet I recommend part # 277-000138. For a power cord I recommend part # A10-3025E.
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  • Parts Needed to Operate Electric Brakes on Roadmaster Tow Dolly to Tow a 2014 Fiat 500L
  • It sounds like you're trying to power the lights and brakes on the Roadmaster RM3477 tow dolly. To do this you will not want to connect the dolly to the Fiat that's being towed but rather to the RV that's towing it. I assume the RM3477 has a 4-way connector on it because Roadmaster dollies often do. Even though they need a 7-way to power the brakes. What you'll need is a 7-way trailer connector like # 277-000141. This has a junction box attached to it which will make it easier to...
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  • Recommended 7-Way Wiring Harness For 2000 Sundowner Horse Trailer And 2013 GMC Sierra 3500 Dually
  • For your application, I can absolutely give you the wiring function locations. I've attached a picture to assist. Based on what you mentioned, I think I have a better option for you. I recommend the Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug with Junction Box - 10' Long # 277-000141. This will allow you to connect your wiring at a junction box using the ring terminals like # 44-5310A, and then uses a molded plug so you won't have the disconnection issues as you plug and unplug your 2000 Sundowner...
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  • What is Needed to Tow a M105A2 Military Trailer with a 2013 Dodge Durango?
  • To convert your M105A2 military trailer to a 7-blade, I would recommend using the Epicord 7-Way with Junction Box # 277-000141. This makes the conversion simple and you don't have to worry about wiring the connector itself. You'll also need some ring terminals like # 44-5310A and some loom clamps like # A0500. The wires in the junction box are color coded as indicated below. Military wiring is typically not color-coded, so you may need to use a circuit tester like # ALL640595 and a 12V...
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  • Recommended Battery Disconnect for Trailer Application To Prevent Power Drain
  • You have a couple of options for a battery disconnect I recommend. You can use Superwinch Quick Connect # SW2236 or # SW1551 depending on wire gauge to give you quick connect/disconnect. If you prefer a keyed disconnection switch you can use the Epicord Battery Disconnect Switch with Key - 50 Amp # 277-000096. This will isolate your battery to prevent power drain with the turn of a key.
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  • Operation of AC Unit and Other Outlet From 2000 Watt Portable Generator
  • We don't carry any 20 amp power inlets. I recommend you upgrade to the Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet - White # 277-000137 or black # 277-000138. This will work well with a 2000 what generator like the A-iPower 2,000-Watt Inverter Generator w/ Parallel Kit - Senci Motor - Portable - Gas - 120V # 289-SUA2000I. This combination will allow you to run the interior plugs but not at their max simultaneously. You would need to consider adding the second generator in parallel # 289-SUA2000I-2...
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  • Could Twist Lock Inlet Be Used on RV To Make Power Cable Removable
  • The part # 277-000137 is designed to have a twist lock connector attach to it. If you ran your wire to this you could then run a twist lock to the connector when needed. For a connector you then would want the part # A10-30FDT.
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  • Troubleshooting 7-Way Trailer Wiring with Colors That Don't Match Functions
  • Wiring by function is the route to go for your situation. This is done by testing each wire of your trailer individually. The easiest way is to use a 12V battery and connect the negative terminal to the trailer's ground on the frame and then use the positive terminal with a jump wire to connect to each individual wire. One wire in your 7-way will be the ground wire. You will want to find this one first because it will cause a spark if you connect the battery to it. You can trace...
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  • Lights Needed on 12 Foot Long x 83 Inches Wide Dump Trailer
  • I can certainly help you find all of the parts needed to rewire your dump trailer and we do have a lighting kit that will work for you. However we do not have any kind of plug-and-play rewiring kit. The taillight kit I recommend for you is the Optronics Waterproof, Over 80 Inch LED Trailer Light Kit with 25 Foot Wiring Harness # TLL16RK. This kit includes 2 red LED taillights with the functions needed for trailers over 80 inches wide. The included wiring harness has 25 feet of wire...
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