Furrion F30ins-ps Square Non-metallic 30 Amp Inlet With Stainless Plate Rv on 2040-parts.com
Rochester, Indiana, United States
Furrion 30 Amp Inlet- Square Non-Metallic, White Finally there are inlets that are design for modern equipment. Furrion's style is modern, sleek and has a futuristic look and feel. On these advanced inlets there is LED light indicating when power is present. Features: Color: White with Stainless Plate. Replaces Marinco 301ELB. LED light indicating power present. Furrion's Sleek, modern design. Available in polished stainless steel and polycarbonate materials. Universal fit for industry standards. Specifications: Cover: Valox. Plug Inserts: nylon (CTI greater than 600v). Rear enclosure: UL flammability rating 94v-0. Tinned Brass connectors for corrosion resistance. Complys with ABYC and US coast guard standards.
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