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MARINCO 15A Battery Charger Inlet

Model # 191991Mfg # 150BBI

$25.99

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Product Description

A grounded AC inlet for use with Guest onboard chargers.  It provides quick extension cord connection without opening covers or hatches.
  • Keeps wiring off decks
  • Waterproof

Specs

15A Battery Charger Inlet

Amperage 15A
Type Inlet
Voltage 125V

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3.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A quality, durable product

By Cabntyme

from Alexandria, MN

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Install
  • Reliable
  • Waterproof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Large Boats
    • Outdoor
    • Small Boats

    Comments about 15A Battery Charger Inlet:

    This is a quality power hook-up product for people who are not afraid to cut the plug cap off their charger and hook up 3 wires. It comes with a nice waterproof boot to cover the terminal screws and a waterproof cover for the plug-in. I previously used a similar Hubbel product with a spring loaded cap but feel this is a better value.

    (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    see my review of the 150cci model

    By georgia-bel

    from great falls, va

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Reliable

    Cons

    • Poorly Designed

    Best Uses

    • Small Boats

    Comments about 15A Battery Charger Inlet:

    In my review of the 150cci model - i noted that the male power connector from the guest charger snaps into the 150cci model. The only drawback being that plastic tang that hold the male of the cord does not hold for long and you are soon having to hold the male end of the cord while plugging in the extension cord to the guest charger to keep it from poping thru the bulk head. This unit however appears to be part of the bulkhead connector itself and then you wire it to the charger. I am now going to order this unit and go thru the exercise of cutting off the guest power cord.

    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    A simple and neat way to ...

    By David

    from Undisclosed

    A simple and neat way to bring 125VAC to the vessel's interior. However, I would recommend a change to the descriptive copy: it need not be used exclusively with Guest chargers or chargers only, and it should indicate that the interior connection is via three wires to three set screws, and does not include a female receptacle on the inside. In my case, the inlet is wired to a Marinco 101A Adapter Blank (female pigtail).

    (4 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    If you are purchasing the ...

    By Robert A. Allen

    from Undisclosed

    If you are purchasing the Guest 2610W Battery Charger and need a charger inlet on your boat(it's a much cleaner installation) you will probably be much happier with Marinco's 150CCI onboard charger inlet as opposed to West's recommendation to purchase this one(Marinco's 150BBI). If you purchase the battery charger inlet that they recommend and this Guest 2610W charger, you may become as irate as me. Whether you drive an hour to one of their stores or it's delivered, upon opening the charger, on the AC Cord on a red tag you will read that with the Marinco 150CCI Charger Inlet(ignore the Guest ConnectCharge brand name-their all one company). it eliminates the need to hardwire" the charger! Imagine discovering that your charger AC Plug is going to mate with your charger inlet and eliminate the total destruction of a perfectly good integrated three prong plug. I am so hot right now,I don't have time for this."

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