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Rolfsted 09-28-2019 12:02 PM

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I saw this last summer but was too busy doing other things to worry with it. I have no idea. Web search just says some kind of connector.Attachment 261724

Skip426 09-28-2019 12:07 PM

I take it this is on the outside ; due to the water proof cap ; any idea what is attached on the inside of the RV ? :confused:

SB_James 09-28-2019 03:09 PM

It could be a solar panel input connector. I did a search and found a pigtail that had MC4 on one end and a Neutrik plug on the other side.

Rolfsted 09-28-2019 04:18 PM

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Originally Posted by SB_James (Post 4975599)
It could be a solar panel input connector. I did a search and found a pigtail that had MC4 on one end and a Neutrik plug on the other side.

Yes, it's on the outside towards the front leg of the awning. There's nothing inside in that area. I have a 2003 Carriage Cameo LXI and nothing in the literature I have on it mentions this plug.

SB_James 09-28-2019 04:30 PM

Bet you a dollar itís for a portable solar panel.

jacwjames 09-28-2019 04:38 PM

I had a connector like this for my Colorado One Touch awning which has an electric motor. The connector is a twist lock bayonet style. Only problem was that the slightest bit of corrosion would prevent the awning from working. I finally did away with the connector by simply drilling the guts out of both pieces and using but splices to connect the awning.

Rolfsted 09-29-2019 06:21 PM

Now to figure how the front two "scare" lights work.

monitormix 10-01-2019 12:07 AM

It's a Neutrik Powercon. Used quite extensively in the entertainment industry for powered speakers and such. It's 20A rated for 250VAC. Note, they're not designed to make or break under load. What is also strange is that since it's the white and not the blue chassis unit. Blue is usually the power input and white is the flow through output.

PulNSerenity 10-01-2019 06:21 AM

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Originally Posted by monitormix (Post 4978853)
It's a Neutrik Powercon. Used quite extensively in the entertainment industry for powered speakers and such. It's 20A rated for 250VAC. Note, they're not designed to make or break under load. What is also strange is that since it's the white and not the blue chassis unit. Blue is usually the power input and white is the flow through output.

Yep what he said.:thumb: I have handled them a lot doing live sound. Very durable plug.


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