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  • Wire Gauge and Function of Mighty Cord RV Power Cord Extension 50 Amps
  • The Valterra Mighty Cord 50' RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle - 125/250V - 50 Amp # A10-5050EH the hot wires are the 6 gauge and the ground is 8 gauge. I confirmed this with the manufacturer for you, so you will have 3 wires that are the thicker 6 gauge and one that is 8 gauge within this extension cord.
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  • Recommended 240v 50 Amp to 120v 30 Amp Adaptor
  • I spoke to my contact at Valterra and found that the # A10-5030FBK steps down a 50 amp service receptacle (2 X 120VAC) to 30 amps supply. This would work great for your camping trailers electrical system. I have linked the above mentioned product to this page for your convenience.
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  • 50 Amp Female Twist Lock to 30 Amp Male Adapter Cord
  • We have several different cords that could work for you starting with a 50 amp twist lock female to 30 amp male # A10-3050EHD. The cord on this one is 25 feet long. For a shorter option we have # CAM55582 which is 18 inches long but still a 50 amp twist lock female to a 30 amp male. On your set up it sounds like the locking end is on the 50 amp on the house so if that isn't right let me know.
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  • Adapter for 220V 4 Prong Male Outlet to 110V 3 Prong Female Outlet
  • I believe what you are looking for is the Mighty Cord Generator Adapter Y-Cord # A10-G30420Y. It converts a 4-prong 30 Amp outlet to two 20 Amp 3-prong outlets.
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  • Can an RV with 50 amp Power Be Used with 30 amp Power Source
  • We have the part # A10-G30450VP which is a 50 amp female socket to 30 amp male connector. OK now for the bad news, in most cases when your 50 amp RV is plugged into 30 amp shore power you will have some limitations on how many appliances you can run at one time. If your RV is equipped with 2 Air Conditioners, you may only be able to run one Air Conditioner unit at a time. If you try to use both AC units at the same time you may pop the shore powers 30 amp circuit breaker.
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  • Adapter for 4 Prong 220 Volt Female to 110 Male Connector
  • Sounds like you are looking for an adapter like the part # A10-1550VP. It has a 220 volt 4 prong type female end and a 110 volt male end. Check out the review video I attached for more info.
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  • Cord to Connect Generator Output to RV Power Inlet
  • To connect a generator's output to your camper's 30-amp power input you will need to ensure the two share the same connector. Part # A10-3025ED is indeed a 30-amp cord but we have products specifically made for connecting your RV inlet to your generator. 30-amp power cords are available in both 3-prong and 4-prong formats. Part # A10-G30253E has a 3-prong female twist-lock plug that connects to an RV's power inlet. The male twist-lock plug connects to your generator. For a 4-prong type...
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  • Voltage Rating of Mighty Cord 50-Amp RV Power Cord A10-5025ED90
  • The Mighty Cord 90-Degree Detachable RV Power Cord # A10-5025ED90 is rated for 50-amp service so it features the specific connector type required to deliver that amount of current in either 125V or 250V installations.
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  • Difference Between L14-30 Adapters and L14-50
  • The Mighty Cord Generator Adapter # A10-G30430VP that you referenced is an L14-30 adapter as it is a 30 amp twist lock style adapter. L14-50 means 50 amp twist lock like the # CAM55572 which has both sides male and female this style. If you ran a 30 amp to 50 amp adapter like part # A10-G30350VP you'd need to use it with 125 volts and not 220/240.
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  • Availability of Very Long RV Extension Cord
  • If your RV uses a 30 amp plug, we have a 50 foot long extension that would work great for you, part # A10-3050E. If you need a 50 amp plug, we offer part # CAM55195 that's 30 feet long, which you could plug into # CAM55194 for a total of 45 feet long. However, be aware that the longer your extension cord gets, the more voltage drop you'll experience. At greater lengths, this drop may prevent certain equipment that needs high start-up voltage to operate like refrigerators or A/C units from...
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  • How Flexible is the Mighty Cord 90-Degree Detachable RV Power Cord Part # A10-5025ED90
  • I went out to our warehouse and pulled the Mighty Cord 90-Degree Detachable RV Power Cord part # A10-5025ED90. I was able to coil the power cord into a 12" diameter circle. Therefore, the power cord is relatively flexible for how thick it is and should work well for you. I have attached a review video of the power cord for you as well.
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  • Comparing 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlets from Epicord and Valterra Mighty Cord
  • The Epicord 30 Amp Twist Lock Power Inlet - White # 277-000137 and the Mighty Cord Replacement RV Power Inlet - 30 Amp Twist Lock - White # A10-30INVP are nearly identical parts. They are both replacements for factory plugs and have moisture and dust protection built in. They are very similar in quality as well, so I recommend going with the less expensive option as you will get nearly the same product from different manufacturers.
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  • Adapter to Convert From 50 Amp RV Outlet to 30 Amp Outlet
  • To convert from the 30 amp 110 volt services to the 50 amp on your trailer you can use an adapter plug like the Mighty Cord # A10-3050DAVP. Or if you need a cord we have # A10-3050EDBK which is a 25 foot cord with a 30 amp male and 50 amp female.
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  • Weight of Mighty Cord 50' RV Power Cord Extension # A10-5050EH
  • The Mighty Cord 50' RV Power Cord Extension # A10-5050EH that you referenced weighs 29 lbs. That may seem like a lot but it's a pretty thick cord that is 50 feet long.
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  • 50 Amp Twistlock Female to 15 Amp Male Adapter Recommendation
  • Instead of using two adapter the part # A10-1550DAVP would be a better option as it goes from a 50 amp twist lock female to 15 amp male like you need. Of if you wanted a longer setup the part # A10-1550D90VP is 12 inches long and has a 90 degree elbow. For a straight connector we have the part # A10-1550DVP.
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  • Size Hole Needed to Install Mighty Cord Replacement RV Power Inlet # A10-30INBKVP
  • The diameter hole needed to install the Mighty Cord Replacement RV Power Inlet # A10-30INBKVP that you referenced is 2-7/8 inches.
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  • Can Mighty Cord 50 Foot RV Power Cord Extension Be Used in RV Application
  • The Mighty Cord 50 Foot RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle - 50 Amp # A10-5050EH that you referenced is designed for what you mentioned. It is designed to be a 50 foot long 50 amp extension cable for RV applications like what you have. As long as you aren't exceeding the 50 amp rating of the cord you'd be good.
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  • Can Mighty Cord 90-Degree RV Power Cord Adapter be Plugged into 20 Amp GFCI Receptacle
  • The Mighty Cord 90-Degree RV Power Cord Adapter # A10-1550D90VP referenced in your question will connect to the 50-amp, twist-lock power inlet on your RV and plug into a 15-amp extension cord that can be run to an electrical hookup. There should not be an issue powering up a refrigerator but you will want to check the amperage for your A/C unit to see if you will be able to power it up and keep it running with a 15 amp plug. These will typically require more amps than a refrigerator and...
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  • Replacement Female 30 Amp Twist Lock Connector for Use with Twist Lock RV Power Inlet A10-30INVP
  • Along with your Mighty Cord 30 Amp Twist Lock RV Power Inlet # A10-30INVP you can use their mating replacement female Twist Lock Connector # A10-30FDT. If you care to add a weather-resistant locking ring you can also use part # A10-30CV.
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  • Can a Vehicle with a 4-Way Tow a Trailer with a 7-Way
  • Correct, a 4 to 7-way adapter will allow your friend to tow the trailer. The lights will function therefore making it legal to drive but the brakes would not be able to be engaged without a brake controller. The best and most cost effective solution would be to use part # A10-7084VP on the vehicle therefore no alterations will need to be made to the trailer or vehicle. Once you plug the male 4-way on the adapter into the female 4-way on the vehicle, there will be 4 wires remaining....
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  • Recommended 50 Amp RV Cable With 50 Amp Twist Lock Female To 30 Amp Male Connector In 50 Ft Length
  • To get the 50 amp cable in that length, I recommend the Epicord RV Power Cord with Handle - 50 Amp Male to Twist Lock Female Connector - 50' Long # 277-000157 along with the Power Grip RV Power Cord Adapter w/ Handles - 125V - 50 Amp Female to 30 Amp Male # CAM55185. If you want a shorter length, you can use the 36 foot length # 277-000155 or the 42 foot length # 277-000156 with the same adapter.
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  • 6-Way Round to 4-Way Adapter
  • Sounds like you are looking for an adapter like the part # A10-6034VP. This has a 4-way on one end like you mentioned and then has a 6-way socket on the other. I attached a review video for this adapter for you to check out as well.
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  • Available RV Power Cord to Join 50-Amp RV Connector to 30-Amp Supply Connector
  • We have various RV power cords, extensions and generator adapters with different fittings on each end to allow use with power supplies with connectors that differ from your RV set-up. I linked our main page for all such RV electrical items. 208Y is not a connector format I could find so I suggest you check the actual connectors you are looking to join together for their connector number/type. Usually such connectors have an identifying code number. NEMA, the National Electrical Manufacturers...
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  • Wiring the Traditional Trailer 7-Way to 7-Way RV Standard
  • The Mighty Cord 7-Way RV-Style Trailer Connector, # A10-7W8, will have the same wiring configuration as the Hopkins 7-Way Molded Trailer Wire Connector, # H20046. I recommend the Epicord 7-Way Molded Trailer Plug with Junction Box , # 277-000141. The junction box will allow to easily connect your trailer wiring to the new 7-way cord. Using 7 of the Ring Terminal - 12-10 Gauge Wire, # 44-5310A, you can connect your trailer wiring to the junction box. The box can attach to the trailer...
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  • Recommended RV Power Cord For Converting 50 Amp to 30 Amp for RV Power
  • An 8 gauge cable would help the handles from getting so hot, but unfortunately we don't carry anything like that. The 10 gauge wire is sufficient to work properly without overheating. The Mighty Cord RV Power Cord Adapter - 50 Amp Twist Lock Female to 30 Amp Male - 25' # A10-3050EHD is most likely your best option for conversion. You may want to consider using a surge protector like # CAM55313 to protect your wiring. Even minor surges may have something to do with the heat as well.
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  • Solution for Connecting 50 Amp Plug from Trailer to 30 Amp Power Source
  • I recommend the Mighty Cord RV Power Cord Adapter # A10-3050EDBK. This power cord adapter is designed specifically for what you are needing, as the 50-amp female plug will connect to the twist-lock power inlet on your trailer and the 30-amp male plug will connect to a 30-amp power source at an RV park. It features a cord length of 25 feet. If you just need the plug without a cord, you can use the Mighty Cord Power Cord Adapter Plug # A10-3050DAVP. I have attached a couple short...
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  • What are the Correct Wiring Connections Between the Trailer and the Tow Vehicle
  • I have attached a wiring diagram that will show the typical arrangement of the towing wiring on your vehicle and the corresponding wires on the trailer side. The basic wiring identification is as follows: Green - Tail & Running Light Black - 12V Power Brown - Right Turn and Stop Blue - Brake Control Output White - Ground Red - Left Turn and Stop Yellow - Reverse Lights I also attached an article on trailer wiring that can give you more info for you to review.
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  • 30 Amp Female Twist Lock Power Cord for Mighty Cord Replacement RV Power Inlet # A10-30INBKVP
  • Yes, The 30 amp female twist lock end of cable # 277-000145 will work with Mighty Cord Replacement RV Power Inlet # A10-30INBKVP. It was designed to accept the 30 amp female twist lock connector. I have linked a video of the power cord for you.
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  • Camco Power Maximizer for 50-Amp RV That Has Access to Only 30-Amp and 15-Amp Service
  • We offer many RV wiring adapter items that can allow connecting 50-amp devices to 30-amp service at an RV park. I think the item that was mentioned to you is the CAMCO Power Grip RV Power Maximizer # CAM55025. This is a Y-type adapter cord that on one end has a 50-amp female connector for your RV and on the other end two separate connectors for 15- and 30-amp service. By connecting the two lower-rated plugs to the RV park power access you end up with a total of 45-amps of current...
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  • What is Wire Gauge of Mighty Cord 50 Ft RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle # A10-5050EH
  • The Mighty Cord 50 Foot RV Power Cord Extension w/ Finger Grip Handle - 50 Amp # A10-5050EH referenced in your question is constructed of heavy duty 4-wire 6 and 8 gauge wires. This is a 125/250V cord with a female plug that will connect to the 50-amp plug on your RV power cord and a male plug to connect to a 50-amp outlet on an electrical box.
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