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Best Plug Powerlet Makes
I have a variety of Powerlet products on my FJR1300 and Husqvarna with a many electronic device ends to match. The right angle male plug is my go to plug for powered tank bags on both bikes, battery tenders in the garage, and portable inflators. The right angle plug is better than the straight-on because it provides power wire relief as well as reduce obstruction with bits of motorcycle like the handlebars.
The only niggly bit is if you run 12 gauge premium nautical wire with thick insulation--there's a bit of interference with with assembly and either have to dremel out a little material or go with 14 gauge wires. I had one wire come unhooked once and found myself a bit frustrated at 4 a.m. with a flashlight and pocket knife trying to screw the terminals back together. But, that's niggly.
Powerlet products are FAR superior to cigarette lighters for positive contact power needs.
February 7, 2014
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Frank R:The male plug part fits (the metal center pin and annular metal electrode) into a standard powerlet female receptacle/socket or same as if you have a BMW the sockets they use . The other end where it is split allows you to wire in a two wire connection/lead using the two screw terminals. The two halves shown cover and clamp the wire securely. The advantage of the right angle is its low profile and ability to more readily direct the wire lead at an angle
The powerlet socket can be googled to see what it looks likeNov 9, 2014