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110 volt through the wall methods

Postby Geron » Thu Mar 24, 2005 7:26 am

There was a thread not too long back about methods and equipment (hookups) in getting 115 V AC (15Amps) through the TD wall. I can't find it anywhere. Seems someone used recepticle common to Bass Boats?

Can anyone help??

Geron

Clarification: I'm looking for an Inlet for 115 vac to attatch to the TD
Further Clarification: Will receive the standard 15amp drop cord - Not the 30 amp plug
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Postby mikeschn » Thu Mar 24, 2005 7:35 am

Geron,

There is information on the motor base and also the marine power inlet in this thread...

http://tnttt.com/viewto ... base#11748

Other searches that yield some good results are:

shore line
motor base



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Postby Ken A Hood » Thu Mar 24, 2005 10:00 am

http://tnttt.com/viewto ... highlight=

The one I got is for a bass boat, to charge the trolling motor battery. It's a MARINCO brand outlet, and takes a standard extension cord (round 1 though).

I am waiting for my tax return then will be starting on my build. The weather has finally started to warm-up. But it will have to wait till the playoffs are over! Go Wolves! http://www.sudburywolves.com/
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Postby Geron » Thu Mar 24, 2005 11:52 am

Ken A Hood wrote:http://tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?t=2499&highlight=

The one I got is for a bass boat, to charge the trolling motor battery. It's a MARINCO brand outlet, and takes a standard extension cord (round 1 though).

I am waiting for my tax return then will be starting on my build. The weather has finally started to warm-up. But it will have to wait till the playoffs are over! Go Wolves! http://www.sudburywolves.com/


Yep! charger inlet that's what I was looking for
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