Dometic Hardwiring Kit for DC

SKU: DOM9600024894
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Dometic Hardwiring Kit for DC Info & Specs

Dometic Hardwiring Kit for DC Features:
10AWG cable with eyelets & 15A blade fuse, 20 ft.
Surface or panel mount
Standard DC socket
2-pin threaded socket

The Dometic Hardwiring Kit for DC has a Standard and 2-Pin Threaded Socket

Powering your Dometic cooler properly can be the difference between having a cooler full of fresh food or having lukewarm soggy food and having to hit up the convenient store for a hotdog. With the Dometic Hardwiring Kit for DC, you can supply power anywhere in your vehicle from your starter or auxiliary battery. Each hardwiring kit includes two output socket types for the best power source setup. There is both the standard and Dometic’s 2-pin threaded for a secure connection to your powered cooler.

10AWG Cable with Eyelets and 20ft 15A Blade Fuse

The Dometic Hardwiring Kit for DC is able to be surface of panel mounted inside your vehicle to power your Dometic cooler. Along with the two sockets, the kit includes a 10AWG cable with eyelets and a 20ft 15A blade fuse. No matter what configuration your Dometic cooling system and storage is in, you will have sufficient power to keep your food and drinks cold. There is nothing better than enjoying a cold beverage after a long day out in the wild. Make sure your cooling system is always going to deliver with this hardwiring kit.

Fitment: Universal

Dimensions:
  • Product depth: 3 ½” 
  • Product height: 2.20” 
  • Product width: 4 ½” 
  • Net weight: 2.62 lbs

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