50 Amp Rv Extension Cord Wiring Diagram. Connect this extension cord to the 50 amp male plug on your rvs power cord or power cord adapter and get an extra 50 of length to make it easier to hook up to a 50 amp power source at the rv park. B 1 14-50 Receptacle.
30-amp RV extension cords typically feature 10-gauge wire and 50-amp cords usually feature 6-gauge hot and neutral wires with an 8-gauge ground. A 50 amp plug has four prongs two 120 volt hot wires a neutral wire and a ground wire that supply two separate 50 amp 120 volt feeds. A 1 Double Pole 50-amp 120240-volt Breaker.
These power cords come in two amperages.
A 30 amp plug has three prongs a 120 volt hot wire a neutral wire and a ground wire and is generally used on RVs with lower load requirements. Almost all RVs come with a power cord to plug into the electrical pedestal at a campground developed campgrounds with available hookups anyway. Our heavy-duty NEMA 5-15 RV extension cords are excellent choices for powering your RV while at home or anywhere access to a standard three prong outlet is available. Assortment of 50 amp rv wiring diagram.