his listing is for one heavy duty high capacity waterproof accessory plug and socket assembly, rated at 20 amp. for 12 volts.
Waterproof assembly includes a rubber terminal boot to protect the wire connections on the socket. Tight fitting front sealing socket cap. The heavy duty plug comes with a rubber plug skirt so when the plug is connected to the socket the connection is caped. The plug has a rubber plug boot to protect the wire opening at the back of the plug.
Use for 12 volt appliances.
The socket has a nylon body and metal core with snap on vinyl cap, rubber terminal boot and a rubber mounting washer. The plug comes with a rubber weather skirt that allows the plug to socket connection to stay dry when used outdoors.
The lighter socket which has a heavy nylon UV resistant body and a nickel plated core. A vinyl opening cap inserts into the core and snaps over the socket rim to produce a waterproof seal. The socket works with all hot pop out style lighter plugs or with standard accessory plugs. Internal prongs hold the plug for better vibration resistance. The rubber mounting washer acts as a locking washer or can seal the socket mount. The terminals are male 0.250 or 6 mm style crimp terminals. The terminal connector boot protects the connections from weather. The socket mounts into a 1-1/8” hole. It is rated a 20 amps at 12 volts. Socket length from flange to the end of the terminals is 2.0". Patent Pending by 12vtechnology.
Two ways to mount this socket. It can be mounted against a panel that is up to 1-1/2" thick by using the socket nut supplied. The nut tightens on the socket body to secure the socket to the panel. Or it can be mounted to even thicker panels by using the compression plate with two screws. The plate goes over the front of the socket flange and the two screw press the socket up against the panel from the front.
The heavy duty plug is fused and has a red LED active power indicator light. The contacts are extra heavy gold plated and nickel plated brass. includes plug skirt and backing plug boot. Your wires attach to the plug via solder pads.
Use 16 gauge wire for runs less than 10 feet at 20 amps or 14 gauge wire for runs up to 20
Why is this a true 20 amp plug?
- The negative contacts are elongated to allow for maximum surface contact needed for a true 20 amp plug.
- The fuse spring, that is internal to the plug, is extra heavy duty to allow for 20 amps.
- All the contacts are gold plated for maximum conductivity.