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30 Amp Generator Extension Cord. This generator extension cord is perfect for emergency portable generators to power your home, shop, entire house and manual transfer switch..

 

Portable 50 foot 30 amp generator power cord to provide electrical power for your home during power outages.

30 Amp Generator Extension Cord


Color of this extension cord makes it easier to see in the dark, which is a nice saftety feature when using it to extend power from your generator to where you need it overnight. It is a 50 foot 30 Amp 125/250V electrical power cord that has been specifically designed for use with your portable generator when you have a utility company power outage and need to power your home, shop, manual transfer switch. Use this professional grade ultra portable 50 foot 30 amp generator power cord to provide power for your home or appliances during a utility power outage. Cord has a UL certification seal and approval for safety.

 

The GearIT generator extension cord uses a 4 prong twist lock NEMA L14-30P to L14-30R plug for portable generators. It is weather resistant - designed to withstand the elements of rain, snow, wind, soil and rocks for long lasting durability. Whereever you live, you are likely to experience one of these weather patterns (hurricanes, tornadoes, snowstorms, typhoons) that will create power outages in your area.

 

GearIT 30 Amp Extension Cord Features: 50 Foot (also available in 25 foot and 40 foot), 125/250 Volts, 7500 watts, 4 prong twist lock design, 10 Gauge, 30 Amps, 99.9% copper wire, visible in the dark and UL certified safe.

 

This extension cord is also great for use in providing power from your portable generator to your RV or camper.

 

A portable generator and extension cord are no good to you if your generator won't start. If you have a generator with electric start you really need a battery trickle charger to keep your generator battery charged and ready to go when you need it the most.

 


 

 

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Portable Generator Extension Cord Safety Considerations...


June 23, 2022 - Pay attention to the gauge of the wire. Gauge refers to the thickness of the wire. A thin gauge can handle much less power than a thicker gauge. The smaller the number the thicker the wire.Thicker gauge is capable of carrying power a longer distance. Don't go by how thick the cord looks. Inside the casing it is hard to see how much is insulation and how much is wire. This is why a gauge system exists.

 

Be sure to get a cord long enough to allow your generator to sit far enough from your home or RV to keep you away from the noise and any harmful gases being created from the generator. In most cases this will mean that your cord will be outside while in use. So, be sure to purchase a cord that is rated for outside use.

Don't keep adding extension cords to extension cords trying to get more length. This adds to the voltage drop and can increase the load to a dangerous level. This means that the leads will heat up to dangerous levels and cause a risk of fire.

 

Also pay attention to the amp rating. A 50 amp generator cord can handle higher wattages than a 20 amp generator cord. The power outlets on your portable generator have a power rating and you just need to match up the generator extension cord with the amp rating of the generator outlet. A 30 am outlet needs a 30 amp cord. Fortunately, the connectors are built to match each other. The shapes of the plugs are made to only plug into the outlets they are compatible with.

 

Don't run your generator and extension cord constantly. Give them time to cool off some. Consider the age and how much gas is stored within the generator. Most models can cope with 8 to 24 hours before needing a break and refueling.

 

 

 


30 Amp Generator Extension Cord, 25, 40, 50 foot in length.

 

 

When you want to bring power from your portable generator to your home or RV you need a good extension cord for that purpose. This GearIt 50 foot, 30 Amp generator extension cord has been designed specifically for emergency portable generator use. It is a 30 amp 10 gause electric generator cord designed for extreme weather conditions. It uses a 4 Prong twist lock NEMA L14-30P to L14-30R plug for portable generators. This cord is designed to withstand elements like rain, soil, wind, snow and rocks for long-lasting durability that is there when you need it during power outages caused by all sorts of reasons. The cord shown here is 50 foot, but it is also available in 25 and 40 foot lengths.

 

 

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Need A Longer 30 Amp Extension Cord?

75 foot 30 Amp Generator Extension Cord. This long generator extension cord is perfect for emergency portable generators to power your home, shop, entire house and manual transfer switch when you want to sit your generator further away from your house.

 

Portable 75 foot 30 amp generator power cord to provide electrical power for your home during utility power outages.

30 Amp Generator Extension Cord, 75 Feet


Heavy duty all weather and water-resistance 75 foot 30 Amp Generator Extension Cord for safe emergency and extreme eather use .Keep your portable power supply a safe distance away from your home or RV to protect your family from harmful generator exhaust and also minimize noise you hear from the generator. Constructed with L14-30 tist lock male plug to avoid the cord falling off of the generator during snow or other extreme weather. Cord is 10 gauge and pure copper wiring to avoid the cable overheating from using a long period of time during power outages or for supplying power to your RV.

 

The RVGUARD generator extension cord uses a 4 prong twist lock NEMA L14-30P to L14-30R plug for portable generators. It is a 10 gauge 75 foot generator extensions cord 125 /250V - designed to withstand the elements of rain, snow, wind for long lasting durability. Whereever you live, you are likely to experience weather patterns that will create power outages in your area and having a portable backup power source will be a welcome relief.

 

RVGUARD 30 Amp Extension Cord Features: 75 Foot (also available in 10 foot, 15 foot, 20 foot, 25 foot, 40 foot, 50 foot and 100 foot), 125/250 Volts, 7500 watts, 4 prong twist lock design, 10 Gauge, 30 Amps, copper wire, colorful storage bag and cord organizer and UL certified safe.

 

If your are and RVer, this extension cord is also great for use in providing power from your portable generator to your RV or camper.

 

A extension cord and portable generator are no good to you if your generator won't start when you need it the most. If you have a generator with electric start you really need a trickle charger for your battery to keep your generator battery charged and ready to go when those power outages come calling.

 


 

 

Available Online at:   Amazon.com