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Hubbell - Manufacturer
Hubbell is your single source for over 500 marine electrical parts & products.
Started in 1888 by founder Harvey Hubbell in Bridgeport, Connecticut, many of Hubbell's first patents were for manufacturing machinery.
Hubbell - electrical and electronic systems and Boat Parts
The expertise developed during the first 100 years is an asset vital to the Company and its customers today.
The Company's tradition of quality, most apparent in its products will continue its contribution in the future.
Hubbell Electrical Systems
electrical and electronic wiring devices, wire management systems, occupancy sensors and specialized wiring products for the marine and healthcare markets. A comprehensive source of electrical boxes, fittings and enclosures for a variety of world-wide markets including harsh / hazardous location, commercial and residential markets. Innovative solutions for high voltage power supplies and test equipment, heavy duty cable management, industrial, outdoor and hazardous location communications equipment.
Provides a full range of indoor and outdoor boat lighting products for commercial, industrial, institutional, sports lighting, landscape and residential markets, including green initiatives for vacancy sensors and daylight harvesting controls.
Hubbell Power Systems
Providing a broad line of products and components to serve the utility industry and support the infrastructure for transmission and distribution of electrical power throughout the globe.
Products and Electric Boat Parts
include switches, receptacles, plugs and connectors, locking devices,
ground fault devices, pin and sleeve devices, surge protection devices,
mesh cable grips, motor control devices, lighting controls, wall
plates, corrosion resistant devices, metal raceway and lampholders.
584 Derby Milford Road
Orange CT · 06477-4024
(203) 799-4205 (Fax)
If you moved to a new slip that's equipped with shorepower but your boat is not, there some way to use this shorepower aboard your boat.
Look at the dock plug and verify the amperage/voltage. The most common size is a 125-volt/30-amp plug with three prongs arranges in a circular pattern. It's designed to twist on and lock in place.
To plug in a standard household electrical or extension cord, you'll need an adapter. Marinco and Hubbell both make adapters available at most marine stores. The dry area adapter from Marinco (125V/30A shorepower to household style, #81 is about $40. The wet area adapter is 105A and costs about $60.
Keep in mind, howeve r, that shorepower centers are designed to supply boat power, and are not for use as general purpose AC outlets. If you plug directly into the shorepower center, you have no GFCI protection against electrocution. Instead, you could plug into an outlet on the boat so you're protected by a 15A breaker and a GFCI circuit. Or, you can purchase a portable GFCI and install it inline on the extension cord of the power tool or appliance.