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Gerbing 12V Accessory (BMW / Euro Style) Plug

  • For use with Gerbing's coreheat12 products.
  • Provides a direct connection from your heated garments to an accessory port.
  • This plug is not a standard cigarette lighter plug
  • If your motorcycle has a CAN Bus system, you can only use this plug to power gloves. To power more than just gloves, you will need to install the battery harness.
  • 1 year warranty

IMPORTANT NOTE: Gerbing’s Heated Gear is meant to be connected to a battery harness or an accessory port on BMW's not equipped with CAN-BUS. If you are using this adapter and your bike has CAN-BUS you should be connecting to a properly installed optional accessory port on your BMW with a direct battery connection, not the factory installed port. Please call with any questions.

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only made it 2 seasons. I bought this to replace one that burned up after two seasons. I would have changed brands but my jacket is still good. The good~the dual control works well. I have the jacket and gloves. I've ridden in 14°F weather. I have a 30 mile ride to work and arrive warm. December 8, 2014
Clean connection setup for BMW Bought this for use with the Gerbings glove/controller setup. Used it to plug into the accessory port on my BMW K1200GT. Good quality and worked as advertised. It would be nice to have a lower profile plug (right angle?) on the Powerlet side as that I occasionally hit the plug with my foot as I repositioned on the bike. A minor nit though. March 29, 2014
Works perfectly This adapter arrived just in time for winter riding on my BMW K1200LT. It's not cheap, but being able to power my Gerbings heated jacket was worth it. February 17, 2014
works perfectly Good length of cord and tight fit. No problem. I am very happy with it. August 5, 2013
Good if you own a BMW Easy to remove in the summer time when Heated Jacket not required. You say Heated Jacket in Australia well I live inland and in a southern state, around 28 degrees early morning. August 13, 2012
Works but tight fit Most Powerlet type plugs slide into place with little effort. the Gerbings plug requires a firm push to seat. Get some silicone grease for use while breaking it in. I would get a Powerlet branded adapter if I was to buy again. December 28, 2011
Gerbing Euro Adapter Worked Great, plugged it into the Accessory port of my 2009 BMW G650GS and used my heated gloves. It would be nice if they put a fuse directly into the power wire of this device versus giving all sorts of warnings to check the fuse on your accessory port. There's no way I'm going to spend 2 hours taking all those plastic panels off the bike to find out the amperage in the accessory port, and even if I did, I not going to change it to use the gloves in the winter. I'll end up cutting the power wire on the adapter and put one in line. March 7, 2011
Works good enough I installed Powerlet outlets precisely with Gerbing's heated gear in mind. This part made it all work. However, I have a couple nits. First, this is the first Powerlet connector I've had that seemed overly tight. I literally have to power push it in so as to make a proper connection. Then I have to really pull to get it out. I realize that there is a desire to have this stuff not come loose in travel, but this is overly tight. Plugging and unplugging will damage my outlet. I hope it bends into a proper fit with use. Second, because it is so very very tight, I left it plugged in, ziptied to the saddlebag guards. It wasn't until later that I realized other Gerbing's power cords come with a protective cap. This does not. I'll need to take the cap off the battery harness that came with the jacket in order to protect the open plug. You'd think they could include a protective cap for the excessive price of this thing. My wish list is for the plug to have a right-angle connection, rather than a straight out. I imagine that 90% of the connections using this pug are dashboard mounted, so a straight out would be convenient. However, my outlet is on the side and low, where a straight out connection is an invitation to catch the wind. This is, unfortunately, the only Powerlet cable option. February 7, 2011
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Gerbing 12V Accessory Plug
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Russell M: to plug my gloves into the pwerlet connection Sep 24, 2014
Michael P: I trust your recommendation Sep 16, 2014
Steve H: Switching from a Honda ST to a BMW R1150RT and hoping this will fit the powerlets. Aug 6, 2014
Patricia W: WE HAVE GERBING LINERS AND VESTS , WE HAVE BEEN USING THESE FOR YEARS, AND THEY ARE THE BEST BAR NONE Nov 12, 2013
Ken B: For my Gerbings gear when on my K1200LT Oct 30, 2013
Luis S asked: What is the length of the cord? Oct 5, 2014
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john y: the cord is 21 1/2 long in total, the Beemer plug is 3 1/2 inches, the garbing end is 2 inches. the cord is 16 inches between the ends Oct 6, 2014
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Kurt M: 15.5 inches from strain relief to strain releif. 20 inches from plug tip to jack tip. Oct 6, 2014
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Ronald D: The accessory cord, including plug, is 21". Oct 7, 2014
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DONALD F: 21 inches Oct 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this work on a 2002 Triumph Sprint ST ? it has a power jack built into the fairing. Oct 14, 2011
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Stevan P: You will definitely want to check your manual and make sure the outlet can handle the Amperage. If you need to draw more power you might want to upgrade to a Powerlet Adapter. Nov 3, 2011
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OldManRick: Yes, this plug will work in the Sprint ST accessory socket.

So will a John Deere part number RE11344, but it will look sort of ... farmerish ...
Nov 10, 2011
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Switchback: Shouldn't be any problem. Triumph uses a standard Powerlet type of plug. Dec 28, 2011
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A shopper asked: I have a 2011 Triumph Tiger 800 with an accessory port. Is the correct product to purchase to plug in my gerbings jacket liner?
Thank you!
Mar 10, 2013
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RevZilla: Gerbings recommends a direct connection to the battery when powering a heated garment using the supplied harness. The Accessory port on the Triumph Tiger 800 is a low voltage can-bus system designed to use in conjunction with a low voltage item such as a GPS, Phone or Radar Detector. Mar 12, 2013
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nancys: I should have checked with the dealer before posting my question... It turns out that Gerbings heated gear can be hooked up to the battery but it can also be plugged into the accessory port on the Tiger using this accessory plug. Mar 11, 2013
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