Camco 55422 PowerGrip 12″ 30Amp 4 Prong Locking Male to 50Amp Standard Female Generator Adapter

Camco’s 12″ RV Power Grip Generator Adapter connects a generator with a L14-30 locking plug receptacle to a recreational vehicle that uses a standard 50 AMP RV cord set. It features the patented Power Grip handle for ease of use and is rated for 125V/3750W. The adapter’s male end is a four prong L14-30 and female end is standard 50 AMP.

Product Features

  • L14-30 Locking Plug to 14-50 Standard Connector
  • Patented PowerGrip handle for ease of use
  • Rated for 125V/3750W
  • Length is 12 inches
  • CSA Certified

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3 Responses to Camco 55422 PowerGrip 12″ 30Amp 4 Prong Locking Male to 50Amp Standard Female Generator Adapter

  1. TheOnly Man says:

    Honda EU7000IS this is what you need to have full power.

  2. 801Jones says:

    Does what I need but there are some exceptions (read below) This does exactly what I needed… To convert the 30amp 120/240 generator plug to my RV’s 50 amp service. A couple of things though: If you have 2×30 amp plugs on your generator then you are better off getting the generator adapters and a cheater box so you can step up to 50 amp and get full use of your air conditioners, etc. I quickly realized one air conditioner is not gonna cut it during the summer time and so this adapter is no longer useful for me because I want the full 50 amp service,…

  3. J. French Rennier says:

    Absolutely perfect adapter for RV Camping Absolutely perfect adapter for RV Camping, use it to plug a 30 amp 4 prong L14 locking generator TT50 outlet into your 50 amp Camper Power Cord. Very convenient handling grip on the TT50 end. Sturdy enough for frequent use & much safer handling than a combo single plug type which can shock you or burns out easy.While we do not frequently primitive camp using a generator we are now better able to use the Camper as a base in event of longterm power outages such as post hurricane or ice…