2022 Marinco Catalog

marinco.com SHORE POWER 22 Choosing the Correct Adapter Step 1: Boat Side – Identify Your Boat's Inlet Electrical System Step 2: Identify the Dock Side Power Source Step 3: Choose a Marinco Adapter From page 23–28 0atch \our boat side inlet(s) to the appropriate docN side receptacle or other power source. Adapter ends are color coded for easier selection. TECH TIP The Marinco ® 6hore Power $dapters giYe \ou more power hooN up ȵexibilit\ and resolve a variety of dock side power center / boat side inlet power incompatibility problems. Types of Adapters “Y” Adapters* let you split one dock side receptacle between two boat inlets of similar or dissimilar power configurations Ȋ<ȋ adapters are fully molded and equipped with Marinco’s uniTue sealing collar and coYers (where indicated) for use in wet locations The Reverse “Y” Adapter (Part 5< ) The reverse “Y” provides 50A 125/250V power when only two 30A 125V receptacles are available. $Yailable with standard locNing rings or with the new ((/ TuicN locNing s\stem Straight Adapters are high Tualit\, one piece adapters similar in usage to Pigtail $dapters +oweYer, the\ do not haYe sealing collars and are not recommended for use in wet locations. Use only in an enclosed, dry location, such as powering \our boat from a $ power receptacle inside your house. Pigtail Adapters* allow you to connect from one docN side receptacle (or other power source receptacle) to one boat side inlet or eTuipment of dissimilar power configuration These adapters are fully molded and equipped with 0arincoȇs uniTue sealing collar (where indicated) and coYers for use in wet locations Adapters IMPORTANT 50 AMP INFORMATION: If you are connecting to 50A dock side power service, it is CRITICAL to know the dock side receptacle’s voltage rating (50A 125V or 50A 125/250V). An adapter designed for 50A 125V will not plug into a dock side receptacle rated for 50A 125/250V service, and vice versa. NEMA SS1-50P 50A 125V Locking G W NEMA L5-30P 30A 125V Locking G W Check the blade orientation of the various inlets pictured and compare to your boat inlet(s) 50A 125V 30A 125V The voltage and amperage should be printed inside the boat Inlet(s) next to the blades Pay special attention to the differences in the 50A 125V and the 50A 125/250V. The blades look similar, but they are different. The plugs and receptacles for these systems are NOT interchangeable!! 50A 125/250V The voltage and amperage should be printed on the outside cover of your existing boat inlet(s) Notice the additional grounding blade on the 50A 125/250V inlets. NEMA L5-20P 20A 125V Locking NEMA SS2-50P 50A 125/250V Locking W IMPORTANT 50 AMP INFORMATION: If you are connecting to 50A dockside power service, it is CRITICAL to know the dockside receptacle’s voltage rating (50A 125V or 50A 125/250V). An adapter designed for 50A 125V will not plug into a dockside receptacle rated for 50A 125/250V service, and vice versa. G X Y W G W G W G NEMA SS1-50R 50A 125V Locking NEMA L5-30R 30A 125V Locking voltage and erage ld be printed e the boat (s) next to blades special attention he differences in 50A 125V and the 125/250V. The des look similar, they are different. plugs and eptacles for these tems are NOT erchangeable!! 0A 125/250V inlets. NEMA L5-20R 20A 125V Locking NEMA SS2-50R 50A 125/250V Locking NEMA L5-15R 15A 125V Straight Blade IMPORTANT 50 AMP INFORMATION: If you are connecting to 50A dockside power service, it is CRITICAL to know the dockside receptacle’s voltage rating (50A 125V or 50A 125/250V). An adapter designed for 50A 125V will not plug into a dockside receptacle rated for 50A 125/250V service, and vice versa. G W G X Y W G W

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