I can't believe I'm having trouble Googling a clear answer on this, though I think the answer is in the affirmative.
I'm familiar and comfy with the 30A shore-power system on my boat... all good, no problems. At the same time, I'm building a mobile lab in a 24-foot trailer to make the geek projects easier to manage without the current
epic 4-hour round-trip commute, and the new rig is getting a mini replica of a typical marine
power system (Blue Sea panels
, inverter/charger, solar
, coupla AGMs, etc). Using marine-grade hardware
is overkill, but I like it and it is also the development system for the power-interface node on my Shipnet... might as well make all the mistakes
on something non-critical that is also easy to reach.
Anyway, the pictures I see of RV-world shore-power cords show a very familiar-looking twist-lock connector at the vehicle end, and a flat-blade triangular assembly at the land end. I already have an outlet for the latter on my building, in fact, since I had an RV-based guest for a while.
To maximize interoperability of cables
and adapters, it would be nice to know if the vehicle end of this is identical to the marine
models. It looks like it from various product photos, but before I order the RV-flavored hardware
and cord it would be nice to be certain. Also, being able to borrow the boat's cord in the situation of being close to a marina 30V outlet would be nice.