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Old 16 December 2008, 05:35   #1
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I have a Pacific 22 fitted with a shore supply socket for charging the batterys however I do not have the three pin plug that is required to interface with the charger. Does anyone know where I could obtain the correct plug for the socket please?

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I have a Pacific 22 fitted with a shore supply socket for charging the batterys however I do not have the three pin plug that is required to interface with the charger. Does anyone know where I could obtain the correct plug for the socket please?

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Is it one of these on the boat?

http://www.safety-marine.co.uk/Ancho...fault.htm?S39-
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Thanks for the replies but unfortunately its not either of those although the principle is the same, a three round pin male socket connected to a female plug. It is the original equipment as used by the MOD so maybe an MOD dealer may have something?? Anyone know anyone who deals with Navy surplus equipment?

I could convert it if I cant get the original but it would be nice to keep it as it is....failing that its just a matter of buying a standard battery charger and connecting the clips to the battery terminals rather than go through the built in system, not a big deal.
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Is it similar to this, if so what colour? as the colour denotes intended voltage
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Thanks for the replies but unfortunately its not either of those although the principle is the same, a three round pin male socket connected to a female plug. It is the original equipment as used by the MOD so maybe an MOD dealer may have something?? Anyone know anyone who deals with Navy surplus equipment?

Please don't put 240 volts through that plug. I think you will find it outputs 24 volts for special ops equipment


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Thanks for the responses and the diagram Pete. Its a seperate socket from the Special Ops one next to it. You plug your 24v shore supply in and flick the breaker to charge the batteries. I dont have a picture but can take one. Like I said it's not a big issue as I can use a standard battery charger but it would have been nice to use the original equipment.
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go to the rs components site the have 100s of differant plugs & sockets . next day delivery
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