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Convert a battery charger (Battery Tender or Yuasa) to a heated clothing coax battery harness. Also good for converting a SAE heated liner sleeve to a coax male for heated gloves. 4" long.

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Powerlet Coax Male To SAE Cable 5 5 11 11
Great Product Works as described good quality material! My heated gear connection works without any issues using the product. September 7, 2015
The product works very well. Excellent quality product that works exactly as advertised. A perfect fit for my heated glove insert set-up. January 19, 2015
Just what I was looking for. I used this cable to connect my battery tender thru my Gerbing cable attached directly to the battery. It worked great for keeping the bike charged and I did not have to add another cable to the battery. March 10, 2014
Perfect for older heated gear or charging from a coax port This worked perfectly and allows me to charge my bike using the dealer installed coax port. Wish the price was lower but this seems to be a hard to find part for some reason. December 9, 2013
Simple product, good service Simple product, good service. Not much else to say. December 2, 2013
Good product This is the easy way to by-pass the canbus system on the BMW. Charge directly to the battery through the Gerbing battery leads with any appropriate charger. June 3, 2013
A Must Have Item This is the adapter that enables you to use your heated gear power cord to accept your air pump or trickle charger. Very nice and works great. May 20, 2013
Makes is very convenient to swap between my battery tender and electric gloves Glad i got this product. It makes it so much easier to just inplug my battery tender and my Gerbing gloves. December 3, 2012
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Powerlet Coax Male To SAE Cable
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Thomas C. B: Trickle charger for bike using Gerbing's heated gear wiring harness. Dec 22, 2014
Curt D: I have the Gerbing heated gloves and have installed the Gerbing adapter to my Harley battery. I needed a converter/adapter to use my battery tender and saw this product. It now "lives" on my battery tender for quick attachment during winter storage. Aug 13, 2013
Adam M asked: I just bought the Powerlet jacket w/ wireless controller combo from Revzilla. I have an older battery tender connector which I took off so that I could install the Powerlet heater connector. Just double-checking - this product: Powerlet Coax Male To SAE Cable will connect my Powerlet cable to my battery tender without any complications? I had read another review stating that the jacket heating connector was not supposed to be used to charge batteries. Oct 29, 2013
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James M: Hi Adam,

I have used battery chargers and electrical clothing for decades but do not have technical credentials. I have used the Powerlet (and other brands) Coax Male to SAE Cable to have a Battery Tender charge my batteries that have a Coax Female connector (used for electric clothing). My understanding is the opposite of what you heard - the wires of battery charging cables, like those of Battery Tender, are too thin to handle the common demands of electric clothing. Notice that Battery Tender uses low amp fuses in their battery leads and clothing manufactures use notably higher amp fuses in their battery leads.

Hope this is helpful but it is often wise to get more than one opinion.
Oct 30, 2013
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Adam M: Thank you for the replies everyone - so to confirm if I run my battery tender to this Powerlet SAE cable connector to my Powerlet clothing liner connector on the battery - I should be good? Oct 30, 2013
Renee O: I have my batter tender connector which I changed the fuse to 15 to also accommodate the heated gear. Then I plug this product into the battery tender connection then the heating element inti this product. I do not use any other connector to charge the battery but the one that came with the battery tender Oct 30, 2013
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A s: I have used the Powerlet cable adapter for the past two seasons without incident. It allows my BatteryTender to function normally year-round, while the dual controller for my Gerbing heated gear can plug directly into the stock cable that is connected to my battery. No issues whatsoever. Oct 29, 2013
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doron g: Adam M
I use the connector for my heated gear and the battery charger. No problems.

Be safe

Capt. Doron Grudo
Oct 29, 2013
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Adam M: Thank you everyone! This is a huge help. Oct 30, 2013
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