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For the CanBus port to work for charging, you must turn the bike on which activates the CanBus outlet. Then turn the bike off - the outlet remains active for 1 min (or longer), then plug in the PowerLet adapter and charging will commence.
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Powerlet Super Plug To SAE - Heavy Duty Cables 16awg , PPL-003
So If the PPL-01, 02 and 03 are almost the same but if the 03 is somehow better than the 01 or 02, then the roughest product is the heavy duty? (even if it's have a 16awg vs 18awg from the basic plug?) What's the difference beetwen the PPL01, PPL02 and PPL03?
The heavy duty will work with an optimate 3+ charger and my Triumph bonneville?Feb 13, 2014
Steven B:The PPL-001 holds the wire in the powerlet plug with 2 screws. The PPL-002 also has a clamp inside the plug to hold the wire more secure. The PPL-03 has the clamp and a waterproof boot on the wire. Both the 002 and 003 have 16 gauge wire which is heavier than 18 gauge wire. Smaller number is larger diameter wire. I have the 001 and wished I had the 003 after seeing the difference.Feb 18, 2014
David R:The difference is mostly the "beefyness" of the plug ends and the gage of the wire itself. The heavier the gage the higher amps you can use running heated gear and charging a bigger battery. I have the heavy duty, not cause I need it but cause its the best.Feb 18, 2014
Jim P:I bought the powerlet battery tender and yuasa charging cable. It plugs into the side of my 2013 Triumph Trophy and the other end plugs into my battery tender junior. It works perfectly for my set up. Hope that helps.
Michael H asked:I just purchase this for my BMW K1200GT, plugged it into the oem powerlet socket in the left, and nothing. I assumed this would work as there were no exceptions listed on the site. I connected my spare battery harness and that works. So... Is this a canbus issue? If so, there is nothing on this part number that would indicate compatibility issues. What do you think Revzilla?Oct 11, 2013
Michael H:Solved! Because of BMW's CanBus electrical system, you must keep the powerlet socket active by turning the bike on then off. The outlet/socket's circuit remains open for a few minutes. It's at this time that you can plug in the above charging cable and begin charging your battery. Just plugging the cable into the socket to begin charging will not work unless you follow the above instructions..Oct 30, 2013
Raymond B:I purchased this to use with a battery tender and plugged it into the socket located at the top of the gas tank on a Triumph Tiger Explorer and connected it to the battery tender and everything worked fine. I do not know what a canbus issue is.Oct 14, 2013
A shopper asked:Will this powerlet product work with the battery tender USB connector? Battery tender says it requires the use of theirs which has an output or 5v / 2.1a any input will be useful.Feb 27, 2014
Douglas K:I purchased it for connecting a charge and maintain that has a SAE connector on it and connecting to this will then plug it into the Merit/Powerlet socket on the bike connected direct to the batteryMar 3, 2014