110V Electrical Power Outlet Box, 30 Amp

Catalog Item # 20811

Protect your RV appliances and your comfort at the same time by installing a 30 Amp, 110V Electrical Outlet Box at your home.

Plug your RV in to a 30 amp circuit at home and take advantage of your RV's air conditioning while preparing for a long trip or cleaning up after one. Plus, during storage, set your air conditioner's heat strip at 45-50 degrees and keep your RV dry and mildew-free. Greatly simplifies your winterizing tasks. No more anti-freeze! A 15-amp adapter may not supply sufficient amperage to get your motors up to full speed, and prevent damage from brown-out. Don't take that chance!

Technical Specifications

3.8 lbs.
7" L x 5 1/2" W x 5 1/4" H.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 10 reviews (5 Based on 10 Reviews)

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Your installation may not comply with electrical code

by Gary Blackburn – June 27, 2008
4 out of 5 stars

I purchased this item from Camping World in 1999 and mounted it to my house. My Class A motor home is always plugged into it exc

Not a Campground Pedestal Outlet

by GKB – September 26, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

The unit is fabricated with heavy gauge steel and is quite solid. The 30 amp and 50 amp units are identical except one has a three


by Glenn Phillips – December 03, 2003
5 out of 5 stars

In stalled one at the homestead, No more extenion cords. Ran a new wire out of the breaker box ( # 8 ) with a new 30 amp breaker o

Great Product . . . . . No Instructions

by Anonymous – September 01, 2004
3 out of 5 stars

I bought this product to have an electrician install it. He was able to install it with out any problems save one. When I plugge

110 VAC 30 Amp Power Outlet Box

by Anonymous – March 17, 2007
5 out of 5 stars

I bought one for the front of my home where we could park the RV in the front yard to get it ready for travel. In Florida, we have

by Anonymous – May 09, 2013
The 30 amp receptacle is included, yes.
by Camping World – May 10, 2013
by Anonymous – March 20, 2013
No, this does not include a circuit breaker.
by Camping World – March 26, 2013

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