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NOCO
AC Port Plug w/Integrated Extension Cable, 125V, 13A

$16.99

Model # 14995864 | Mfg # GCP1
In stock online.
Fits GEN1-GEN6
The GCP1 AC Port Plug is an advanced charge inlet device that offers optimal flexibility and ease of installation. Mounts to the exterior of any vehicle to make the charging port accessible in a more convenient location. The integrated extension cable (16”) quickly plugs-n-plays with any onboard battery charger without the need of cord modifications or hand wiring. Its sleek, ultra low-profile design is requires 50% less space and mounts to Boats, Golf Carts, UTVs or virtually any other electric vehicle. Rated for use at 13 Amps (13A), 125 Volts (125V) and UL Approved for US and Canada.

AC Port Plug w/Integrated Extension Cable, 125V, 13A

Amperage 13 Amps
Color Black
Dimensions 2" Cutout
Type Cables
Voltage 120 Volts AC
Warranty Details One Year

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NOCO AC Port Plug w/Integrated Extension Cable, 125V, 13A
 
4.0

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4.0

Very nice plug

By Bassfish

from Suffolk, Va.

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      • Battery charger install on boat. No cutting plug

      Comments about NOCO AC Port Plug w/Integrated Extension Cable, 125V, 13A:

      Plug seems to be built solid and cap has 3 seal rings. 120 plug made into unit so no need to cut the 120 plug off the charger cord. Would have given a 5 if the screw heads were larger.

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