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Old 02-28-2007, 04:35 AM   #1
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I'd like to list all of the Electrical Adapters that are available for RV's here.

To start the list this is a Straight 30F/15M Amp Adapter:



Most of would need this adapter to connect our 30 amp plug to an outlet at home or at a campground that only has 15 amp service. You'll only get 15 amps even though you are using your 30 amp cord.

This next one is a 50 Amp Male to 30 Amp Female Adapter:



You'd need this if the RV Park only has 50 amp service and your RV has a 30 amp cord.
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What timing! I am in the market for adapters. Primarly I am looking for one to go from the L-50 connection that is on the van to a 15A that I can just plug in while in storage to have some juice. The second one I think I may need is a 50A to 30A just incase that is the only thing I have access to. From those of you that are more experianced do you think the second is necessary or am I wasting my money?
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I don't think the 50 to 30 is a waste of money.

Your van has a 50 amp connection right?

I've been to Parks that only have 30 amp.

Adapters usually aren't expensive. Your recreation time is priceless!
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No, My van is a 30A and I was wondering if any parks only have a 50A connection that I need to get down to a 30A
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My van is 30 amp also. I carry a 50m to 30f. I have never used it but bring it along just in case.

My van has 30m so I carry:

30f to 15m
50m to 30f

30m to 15f (it was less than $5) to give me 15 amp at the pole. Most poles have 15 amp already.
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