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Mighty Cord RV Wiring - Power Inlet - A10-50INVP Review

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Review of Mighty Cord RV Wiring A10-50INVP


Today we're going to be taking a look at the Mighty Cord 50 amp RV power inlet. This unit's going to allow you to add, or replace the 50 amp power inlet on your RV. Again it's going to work great as a replacement, or if you're adding this to your unit it's going to work great as well. If you have a power cord that has a head connector on it you can actually cut that off to expose the bare wiring, and you can hard-wire it to this unit. This really can be used for a variety of applications, and it's a really nice, strong, and durable design. It's constructed of a polyester construction. Overall it's a nice tough plastic design that's white in color here at the visible portion of the unit.

The lid opens up quite a bit, so you can easily get things connected and disconnected. It's got a foam gasket on the inside. That's going to crate a really nice weather-tight seal protecting the connection points, and it does snap shut for nice, secure closure. The threaded design right here at the connection point: that's going to provide a secure connection when hooking up a power cord with a threaded female locking ring. The unit's also going to feature your four pre-drilled mount holes that allow for easy and quick installation.

The mount holes are going to be separated on center by two and seven sixteenths of an inch. That's going to be the same separation between each hole center on center. On the back side it's also going to feature a nice foam mounting gasket that's included and already installed. Mounting hardware's not included, so that will need to be provided separately. Let's take a look at some of the overall measurements real quick starting with the overall width and height of the unit. Edge to edge widest point, kind of this back side here, we're looking at three and one quarter inches by around three and three quarters of an inch.

The area here at the back, round area, this is going to give us a diameter of about two, and one quarter of an inch. Maybe two and three eighths right in that area. Put this on there, so you can get a really good understanding of that diameter. Again two and one quarter to two and three eighths. We take a depth measurement from the back of that mounting area to the very back of the unit we're looking at about four and three eighths of an inch to four and a half inches.

The amount of the unit that's going to stick out from the mounting location is only going to be probably about one and one eighth to an inch and a quarter right in that area. Here at the back it does have the area for the power cord to run through. Now that material's a thin rubber, excuse me, material that's going to create a seal around the cable to keep unwanted items out of the connection area. Really nice, durable design. We're going to go take a look at the internal components real quick. To gain access to the connection points there's going to be these two screws. You can see one right there. Same point on the other side. We just need to remove those from the unit. Just a flat blade screwdriver will work fine for getting those uninstalled. We'll just loosen them up until they feel loose. Now that allows these two pieces to disconnect from one another. If you would like to remove the actual plug from the housing there's going to be three screws that go around the perimeter there that can be taken off and removed. Then if you need to gain more access to internal components, which you may or may not need to, you can actually undo these two screws, and that just gives you access if you ever need to replace any of the connection terminals there. It does have a strain relief bracket. That's what these two pieces of hardware are for. This would actually clamp over the cable, and so what that does is it puts strain on the cable instead of on the connection point, so that's a really neat design in a lot of these plugs. The strain relief bracket's included. You can see here you got all the connection points for hard-wiring this to your power cable. It's equipped with a RV, or for your particular application stick the bare wire in there, and then you can close down each terminal by just tightening up these screws. It's really nice, easy to do. Then when you're ready to assemble it you just reverse the same steps that you used to get the unit disassembled. That's going to do it for today's look at the Might Cord 50 amp RV power inlet.


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