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50A Anderson Plug Cover Black Standard


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The Standard, surface mount cover is perfect for the inside of 4wd's & vehicles for a neat & professional installation of 50 Amp Anderson plugs. For applications such as DC-DC charge lines, solar feeds, fridge lines and much more.



A true world first in connector covers, the Trailer Vision Weatherproof Anderson Cover has been designed for the safety and protection of power connectors in mobile environments. The brilliant design of the covers ensures that mating Anderson plugs are locked into place to secure a safe and reliable towing connection for towing, battery charging and marine applications. The covers feature a dust cap to prevent debris in the plug when not in use.

Standard, Anderson connector cover used to surface mount on any suitable surfaces. Examples- on the ball bar or bumper of the car, near fuse boxes or any other surface on your car or battery box. 

The socket cover by Trailer Vision features a UV stabilized corrosion resistant outer casing which is both weather-proof and dust-proof. The cover is designed with a unique locking tab system to secure mating Anderson connections and is designed to lock with Trailer Vision’s 50 Amp Plug Cover. The cover has retractable access and features a square-faced spring loaded protective cover.
The surface mount hard cover is perfect for the back of 4wd's & vehicles for a neat & professional installation of 50 Amp Anderson plugs. For applications such as DC-DC charge lines, solar feeds, fridge lines and much more!

*Please note Anderson plugs are not included. They can be purchased separately HERE


- Compatible with most power connector brands

- Unique locking tab system which ensures mating connectors are secure

- Retractable access cover

- Heavy duty PA Nylon construction

- Quick and easy installation

- Australian & international patented design 





Can I mix different colours of plugs?

No, only same coloured plugs can be connected together. A red Anderson plug will only fit into a red Anderson plug. We can’t connect, basically, a red and a grey. The only real reason you’ll have the different colours is so that you always remember to connect the right accessory into the right accessory on your caravan circuit or car. Here you can read more about coloured Anderson plugs.

Do I need a Cover for my Anderson Plug?

While not required, it is ideal for keeping the plug clean of dirt, dust, water, etc, especially while the plug is not in use. We carry both Standard surface mount cover black or surface mount cover red and flush mount cover for the standard SB50.

What can I use Anderson Plugs for?

Charging Circuits - The Anderson plug is designed to handle a high, continuous load, so this makes it ideal to use in charging circuits. The most common use that we install Anderson plugs for is charging the auxiliary battery in your caravan or camper trailer when driving.

It’s fitted to the rear of the vehicle like this one here. This is the ideal alternative to running a charge feed through your 12-pin plug. Too much current charging through a 12-pin plug can cause the pins to melt as they’re not large enough to handle the current from most modern alternators. Having an Anderson plugs means you can safely pass more charge through to your caravan’s battery charge system, keeping the caravan batteries charged up while you travel to your next destination.

 Solar Panel Connection - Another common use for Anderson plugs is to connect a solar panel via a regulator to top up your batteries. We often fit these to four-wheel drives and caravans with dual battery systems in an easy to access location so they could easily top up their auxiliary batteries via the solar panel without having to run your vehicle.

Powering ESC (Electronic Stability Control) - We’ll also regularly fit another Anderson plug to your tow bar if you’ve got a caravan that requires power to ESC, which is electronic stability control. Although your ESC can be run through a 12-pin if necessary, we recommend using an Anderson plug because it’s a more secure connection when driving, and ease of disconnection if you’re going off-road. 

12 Volt Accessory Power Alternative - Due to their secure locking design, Anderson plugs also make great alternatives for powering high-draw 12-volt accessories such as fridges and air compressors.  

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