I'm getting ready to power up the wagon with some fancy alternating current. I'm doing 50A 220V, and wondering what folks have used for the inlet (shore power receptacle on the bus).
I'm going strictly shore for starters, but may add a generator later.
I've seen lots of options like: https://www.amazon.com/ParkPower-635...0+amp+rv+inlet
And I'm also considering hanging a male NEMA 14-50 (like you would plug into the park pedestal) (Camco 50-Amp Power Grip Replacement Male Plug-55255 - The Home Depot
) under the bus from the breaker box, and using/making much cheaper 50A extension cords to hook it to shore. This would also save me from dealing with a transfer switch when I install a generator, as I would just plug a female connector from the gen in when I was off shore power. Note that this would also prevent live AC from ever existing on a MALE plug (with the exposed terminals making that an extraordinarily bad idea).
So, let me know what you guys have done/would do.