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Adapter #41 40A Custom Extension cord, no neutral with Camco EZ-Pull handles for Electric Vehicles

Adapter #41 40A Custom Extension cord, no neutral with Camco EZ-Pull handles for Electric Vehicles

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A very handy extension cord to have! Works well at home or on the road in areas where you need a little more length to plug in your EVSE. Plugs into common Range outlets and 50amp RV outlets. Uses the great Camco 50A EZ-pull plug and sockets. 40A BSA custom cable matches the BSA Custom braided J1772 whips found on my EVSE’s Custom lengths available. This cable is for 32amp continuous or lower load.

This extension is specifically made for use with Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVSE's) and does not provide a neutral connection.

Now equipped with the 14-xx universal configuration as apposed to the 4 blade plug shown, It will fit into the 14-50 outlets commonly found in RV parks, sign up at  to see the surprising number of RV parks with 14-50 outlets and Tesla owners sharing their home 14-50 outlets with the community. The 14-xx universal plug also fits into common 14-30 outlets which are the newer dryer outlets (1996+) allowing you to take it on the road and plug into a friends dryer outlet. The EVSE's and our electric vehicles don’t require the neutral line so this plug works slick by eliminating the neutral blade, we can then plug into several 14-series NEMA outlets.

Also allows you to plug your EVSE into:

NEMA 14-30 (common dryer outlet)

NEMA 14-50 (common Range/Stove outlet, 50amp RV outlet)

NEMA 14-60 (found at some Fair grounds)


Technical note: Electrically EVSE's and our Electric Vehicles do not require a neutral connection, just one ground and two hots, This extension is kept a lighter-weight and lower-cost by not carrying the additional unused 4th conductor (neutral), because of this, this cable is not suitable for an RV or other device that requires a neutral.

Please note this cord is rated for 40 amps (32 amps continuous load) which is less than the rated amperage of the plug or outlet. The NEC's definition of continuous is one that exceeds 3 hours.


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